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    remedial work

    How to correct an exam with your pupils in the form of a coherent lesson? not to insist on single mistakes but make it an opportunity for consolidation . The exam is made of 3 components WRITING LANGUAGE(voc and gramm) READING COMPREHENSION

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    Re: remedial work

    I'm willing to help you, but I don't fully understand what you need. Can you be more specific and phrase your inquiry in a more understandable way?

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    Re: remedial work

    It might depend on the time you have because discussing Reading Comprehension can be very time-comsuming. In terms of grammar/vocabulary, it could make sense to sort out the most common mistakes first, revise the corresponding grammar or vocabulary and then offer the same tasks to do individually, in pairs or groups. Alternatively, you could divide the class into several groups (teams), give each group a separate set of common mistakes and ask them to come up with correct answers and explanations (consulting dictionaries and course books). In this case, it might be wise to set a time limit.

    These are some very general ideas - some might not work if, for example, the students are not used to pair work.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 08-Mar-2013 at 00:13. Reason: Fixed typo of "divide" and "example"

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