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Exercising the brain of needy students with recycled and well-known ideas By Mirela C. C. Ramacciotti Braz Tesol SIGs Get Together October, 20, 2007
Who are the needy students?
PERSONALIZE Make it your own Recycling ideas
Make use of PHYSICAL ACTIVITY RUN FOR YOUR ANSWER
The brain is a pattern-seeker CATEGORIES GAME
We store information by similarity but retrieve it by difference MAGIC WORDS Portuguese X English With Gaps
Help the brain learn best by CHANGING LOCATIONS FOUR CORNERS
Make it challenging QUESTION PYRAMID
Get the brains attention SPELLING BEE Using time Using colors
Help the brain learn by using visual aids JUMBLE Words Chunks A:__ __ __ __ __? B:__,_ __ __ __ __. A: __ __? B:__ __ __ __ __. Dialogue (example) Are/you/ready/to/order? Yes/Id/like/a steak/and/ a coke. Anything/else? An apple/ pie/ for/ dessert/ please.
Use learner-imposed deadlines and peer pressure RELAY RACE With Questions
Example of Relay Race Can I You? Whats your.....number? Whats address? Where are you ?
The brain is a pattern-seeker COMBINE YOUR QUESTION
Make it meaningful, relate or create SPIDERGRAM
Relate the familiar to the unfamiliar INWARDS ? STUDENTSBOARDSCHOOLBOOKSHOMEWORK
Relate OUTWARDS How are you? How $...? How Period of time..? How Km...?
Make it emotional, energetic and make GOOD use of peer pressure TIC TAC TOE
Provide examples of things you find at Snack Area DrugstoreMovie Theater Super- Market RestaurantPost Office Info deskGift shopDepartment Store
Give the nationality ending in -ian-sh-an -ch-ese-ian -ese-ian-sh
Make sentences using these most frequent words (from the Cambridge International Corpus ) Iyoua AndUhThat TheToit
Answer questions appropriately
SUPER TIC TAC TOE ReceiptPotatoesThree ThanksTheirBought CatTeacherRed DogColorBeach CountryServiceBurger
Attention for Learning is influenced by Choice & Relevance BINGO
To practice occupations NTE BSC DVA
To practice auxiliary verbs SheHeIt WeIThey HeItYou
Appeal to visual as well as auditory and kinesthetic activities RAP IT Example: Hows the weather & The Alphabet Song
A Kiss K eep I t S imple S weetheart!
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Write your words 3 times each. Write your words in color sorts, using a different color for each pattern or group. Write your words in pyramid form. c.
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Insert Category 1 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $ 500$500 Insert Category 2 Insert Category 3 Insert Category 4 Insert Category 5.
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What do you call these things in English? What do you call these things in English? wi-fi taxi site milkshake cheeseburger upload cookies jeans camera.
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