From these it will become easier to understand the correct pronunciation of each word or phrase as they are introduced. There This Cognito Guide has been designed to help anyone wanting to begin to learn to speak, read or write Spanish. There is a section of vocabulary lists, which contain all the words and phrases covered in this guide.
It is useful to slowly work through these and try to learn the words as you go along.
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More filters. Sort order. Meryn Aricatt marked it as to-read Jul 19, Spring Flashcards. Sports Flashcards. Greek Myths. Knights and Castles. Fairytales and Fantasy. Animal Collective Nouns. Simile Cards. Shapes, Numbers Colors. CVC Word Cards. Matching game : Spread all the cards on the floor or on a table. Students take turns flipping two cards and calling out the cards that they flip.
If it's a pair then they keep it and get a point. If they don't call out the card then they can't keep it Don't enforce this rule too strictly or the students may rebel. Go Fish : Deal four or five cards to each student. Students take turns asking one other student if the other student has a card.
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If the other student doesn't have it, the asking student picks a card from the pile. The student with the most pairs wins. Alphabet Soup : In this memory activity , the teachers puts some cards on the board. And then removes one. Students guess which one is removed. Bear Card Charades : Students act out cards in this charades activity. Forest Animals Circle Dance : Students become an animal and do a dance when their card is called out in this circle activity.
Bring m e : Place a selection of cards on a table at the far end of the class. Two students stand behind a line at the other end. Teacher shouts, 'Bring me a shirt! Cautionary Note: With younger kids you should remove the difficult cards before playing card games because they will get bored and frustrated easily. Introduce the more difficult cards after they have memorized the simpler ones. Search Game: Hide the cards around the room, on things, under things, and in things. I saw. What did I see? A variation of this chant has a student being eliminated if he or she can't remember or if he or she repeats a card that somebody else saw.
Handkerchief Race: Pass out all the cards to the students who are sitting in a group or maybe in a circle.
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The teacher holds a handkerchief up and then calls out a card. This good listening exercise was sent in by Antonella Beati Moioli. Matching Shoes : This is a variation of the matching game.
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Place a card in every students shoe and they try to match the card that is in their own shoe by looking in other students shoes. This activity was sent in by Yolands Coba Rodriguez. Pattern Practice: You can practice different sentence patterns by changing the question.
For example, to practice tag questions change the question to:.
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You do have a bear taking the bus, don't you? What I want is a bear taking the bus. Do you have it?
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Have an idea for using cards? Email us. The Lesson Plan Archive For more lesson plans visit the archive. ESL Flashcards. How to use these cards: F irst print two copies of each set of cards and then paste them on a cardboard backing so that students can't see through them. French Language Flashcards: French teachers can now get selected flashcards in French. For example, to practice tag questions change the question to: You do have a bear taking the bus, don't you?
To practice noun clauses: What I want is a bear taking the bus.