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    Default How to teach Reflexive Pronoun

    I've to teach Reflexive Pronoun to Grade Six. I need some innovative ideas to teach children. this topic seems quite dry and boring I need help

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    Default Re: How to teach Reflexive Pronoun

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinxa View Post
    I've to teach Reflexive Pronouns to a Grade Six class. I need some innovative ideas to teach children. This topic seems quite dry and boring. I need help.
    Welcome to the forum, Kinxa.

    I have moved your thread to "Teaching English" which is more appropriate for asking other teachers for advice. I have never taught children so I will leave your query to someone with experience.

    The only thing I will say is that starting any topic with the attitude that it's "dull and boring" won't help your teaching at all. Teaching a foreign language to a learner should always be exciting, both for you and the student.

    One query - your member profile shows "Student or Learner", not "Teacher". Are you still training to be a teacher?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: How to teach Reflexive Pronoun

    Thank you for correcting me I'll try to be enthusiastic and yes I m student of English Language Teaching. Its my first demonstration of teaching and in near future I'll be English Language Teacher. Thanks

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    Default Re: How to teach Reflexive Pronoun

    Quote Originally Posted by Kinxa View Post
    Thank you for correcting me. I'll try to be enthusiastic and yes, I'm a student of English Language Teaching. It's I'm doing my first demonstration of teaching practice and in the near future I'll be an English Language teacher. Thanks.
    Please note my corrections above in red. I assume you will be teaching both spoken and written English. On that basis, you need to make sure that you follow and teach the rules of written English.

    - Start every sentence with a capital letter.
    - End every sentence with a single punctuation mark.

    You need to concentrate on your use of articles - you omitted three important articles in your post.
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