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British Council English Teachers Guide

British Council English Teachers Guide

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A good introduction to role play is to see a similar situation in action. A funny

situation in a strip cartoon, a short clip from a video or even a clip from a

comedy programme can inspire parallel situations. After reading or seeing

the model, encourage suggestions of parallel situations from students and

alternative vocabulary.

Recording or filming role plays

Some students really enjoy recording themselves, playing it back and then

trying again. This encourages a great deal of self-correction and you can

exploit these moments to focus on improving intonation and pronunciation.

This can take time, even over two lessons with good groups, but it is highly

motivating.

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Motivating learners

pp 24–5

Dealing with
mixed-ability groups

p 19

Making repetition fun

pp 60–1

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