Re: Teaching a kid with high level of English
I found one exercise which worked with every age group. I found a random picture on the internet, printed it out and then gave the student two or three minutes to invent a story based on the picture. The student then had to tell me the story in as much detail as possible - of course, the higher the level of English, the more complicated I expected the story to be. I would make notes and then ask more and more difficult questions, delving deeper into the invented story all the time. It meant that my student had to use their imagination to come up with a story in the first place, try to use plenty of vocabulary to make the story interesting, and then be faced with questions they had no time to prepare for. I used this with my 8-year-old student (low level) and my 17-year-old student (high level, but not fluent), and one of my colleagues used it with 12-year-olds.
It's not exactly the same, but this is quite similar to one of the pictures I used.
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