Jan 29th, 2008, 07:14 pm
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Join Date: Jan 22nd, 2008
| | Re: EFL one-to-one young learner ideas
Constructing a lesson would depend on what your goals for the student are, but maybe I can give you a few ideas for activities to use. If you have or can make small picture cards, there are a lot of quieter games you can do with them. For example:
Play a board game by placing your pictures (or words if the student can read) in a snaky line (there is also a good board game maker on this website). Make it more interesting by adding some pitfalls, like Go Back Two Spaces or Miss a Turn. Then take turns with your student moving your piece, using the word you land on in a sentance, or just saying it if the level is low.
Play a guessing game with three cards- show them to the student, and then place them on the table and mix them up. Have them guess where each card it. Let them have a turn hiding the cards, saying "Where is the (vocab word)?"
Coloring: Print a coloring page off the internet, and give the student instructions, such as "The balloon is blue. The boy has on a red shirt." You could hold a copy of the same picture, and let them give you instructions as well.
I hope these help!
Last edited by Muriah : Jan 30th, 2008 at 06:22 pm.