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    Voc. Lesson plan?


    Who can help me to create a new lesson plan about vocabulary?

    I am going to teach 10 new words in every lesson for intermediate students.

    How can I start? (Warming up the class).
    What is the objective of the lesson?
    What are the teaching steps of the lesson?
    Is the repetition drill important?
    Which drill can I use?
    How can I summarize the lesson?

    I need complete answers for all questions.........

    Thank you very much................... :wink:

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    Have you any suggesions at all? Which answers are you having problems with?
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    To break the ice, I like to read the kids some ryhmes. In fact, I can invent some to go with your vocabulary words. The rhymes might help them learn the new words.


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    I'd start by thinking out which vocab to teach- what areas, etc, might be of most use to them.

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