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sio

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I only have a few adapted materials for teaching young learners, e.g. stripped sentences and missing pictures. Does anyone here have experience with adapted materials (for primary students) to make the lesson more interesting? If yes, would you please share?

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Wasn't exactly sure what you meant, but perhaps this will help

TEFLtastic Making bookwork fun

(An article of mine originally published in English Teaching Professional magazine)
 
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Though the site did not work, I'd like to thank you to the contributor here.
 

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I just tried the link and it seems to be working fine.
 

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It would really dep0end on what age the students were and what particular interests they have. Certainly though don't neglect videos and sound files as an alternaitve adapted material. YouTube for example is a great resource.
 
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