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TEFL Program - Your board as a key resource

Page history last edited by Chris Moore 9 years, 8 months ago

Your board as a key resource

  • organising what to put where

  • some ideas of things you can do

  • allowing your students to use the board

 

 

4. Boardwork

 

Discussion: How should T use the board?

 

- organise clearly

- to record key/new vocab on for students to take down in copybooks

- giving models/examples

- a surface for games

- drawing pictures

etc.

 

 

 

Stress the importance of the board as a resource - often the only one the teacher has to hand outside him/herself and the coursebook - and therefore should be used.

 

show examples here - eg. drawings of how a board can look for different acticities, or at different phases of a class

 

also give examples ofd activities which use the board - eg. running dictation, hangman

 

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