Using the Board in the Language Classroom
This book provides more than 130 activities as well as tips and suggestions for using the classroom board more effectively and efficiently.
This book provides tips and suggestions to help language teachers use their classroom boards more effectively and efficiently. More than 130 activities for the board to help teachers both teach and assess their students are included. These activities will also provide opportunities for students, whatever their age or level of competency, to learn and practice specific lexical, phonetic, or grammatical items; attain increased fluency in their writing, reading, listening, and speaking skills; teach and learn from their peers; practice self-assessment; get to know each other and other cultures better; and have fun during the learning process.
- Supports teachers to use the board to manage their classrooms and teach and assess their students.
- Provides over 130 specific activities for teacher and/or student use of the board.
- Activities can be used with learners of a range of ages and levels.
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