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Materials Development

Materials Development

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A project done in one of my classes in which we had to come up with 3 activities where we could teach using any of the seven main subjects of ESL (listening, speaking, writing, vocab, grammar, reading, and cultural awareness)
A project done in one of my classes in which we had to come up with 3 activities where we could teach using any of the seven main subjects of ESL (listening, speaking, writing, vocab, grammar, reading, and cultural awareness)

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Published by: brooketolman on Mar 25, 2010
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Board Game
(Can be used and formatted for any level)
 The words will change depending on what their vocab is for that week.But the cards will either have a vocab word, in which case, they’d haveto give me a definition of it in their own words, or it could have adefinition on the card, and the student would have to respond with theword. Or, the card could have the word on it, and the student wouldhave to use the word correctly in a sentence.
 Make cards that have to do with the grammar we’re learning at themoment. Have the cards have multiple choice questions such as:She will _______my breakfast this morninga. cooksb. cookedc. cookingd. cookWe ______ for our trip to the beach.a. packb. packingc. packedd. packsWhat time does he _____ dinner usually?a. eatsb. eatc. eatend. atee. eating
On each card put a few words and then have them write a sentence onthe board properly using those words and correct grammar.-future, job, unless-dangerous, car, road-fruit, party, dice
Have a short reading passage on the card, which the other team willread to the team who’s turn it is, along with a question following aboutthe passage.
Susan likes to eat apples. She likes to eat big red apples. Shelikes to wear a blue hat. She wears a big blue hat on her head.She wears a hat and eats an apple. She drinks some water froma white cup. Susan drinks water and eats apples. She doesn’t cut the apple with a knife. A knife is sharp. She just eats the apple.
She holds the apple in her hand. She bites into the apple withher teeth. She licks her lips. She drinks more water. She wipesher mouth with her hand.**What type of apples does Susan like to eat? Answer: Red 
Have cards with prompts on them with things such as
“If I had amillion dollars…”
or questions they have to answer like,
“Tell meabout your favorite vacation”.
Have sentence scrambles that have to do with American holidays thatthey have to unscramble.-presents get Christmas give we and at.-trick children or at Halloween treat.-pilgrims at Thanksgiving celebrate we coming of the
(Intermediate to Upper intermediate)Link to the story
:http://www.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~matsuoka/cgi-bin/carol/hmt/carol.pdf?(I also have the text version of this story athome, in the case that the link disappears or doesn’t work.)
Write in the part of speech, come up with one or two synonymsand antonyms, then write your own sentence using the wordcorrectly.
1 .Abyss ( )-bottomless hole, vast expanse or depth.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:2. Affable ( )-friendly, courteous, amiable.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:3. Beguile ( ): to deceive, to mislead.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:4. Boisterous ( ): rowdy and rough.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:5. Caustic ( ): Sarcastic or biting.Synonyms:
Antonyms:Sentence:6. Desolate ( ): Deserted; without inhabitants; barren.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:7. Disdain ( ): Intense dislike.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:8. Elicit ( ): To bring about a response.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:9. Flaunt ( ): To show off or display.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:10. Hideous ( ): very ugly; offensive or shocking.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:11. Loathe ( ): to detest.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:12. Morose ( ): Being sullen or gloomy.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:13. Penitent ( ): Showing remorse.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:14. Protrusion ( ): something sticking out.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:15. Revere ( ): to honor or regard with respect.Synonyms:Antonyms:Sentence:
Fill in the blank with the correct preposition

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