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    Samuel Vagasky is offline Newbie
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    Default SOS

    Hallo experienced teachers,

    is there anyone who could advise me some valid and relevant internet sources or links thtt deal with strategies how to use pictures, graphs, charts, etc. I am looking for some information about methodology how to use visual inputs in developing skills like speaking and writing. I am just a beginner... Please, help me. EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead

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    Samuel

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    Lady Hawk is offline Member
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    Really you can adapt visual aids to your English lessons much the same way you would with your native language. Do you want to use visuals to expand on a concept, or do you want to use them in a more factual, informative manner? It all depends what the lesson goal is and what you want your students to learn. What area of English are you talking about? In other words, what would the visual enhance? Also, what level of students are we talking about. Please provide a bit more detail.

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