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ENCOURAGE YOUR STUDENTS TO TEACH!


Giving homework, asking question, and giving examination are not enough to prove that your students can “use” their English. Now, it’s time to challenge your students to make unusual presentation: teach their classmates! No matter even just handling a game session. But, the most important thing is, that the commands always in English. They may say “Let’s play a game named…. . Please, make groups. Each group consists of …. person.” Ask your students to explain the rule, guide the members, and announce the result in English. The game you can play here are such as arranging words from word and chain words.
Is it quite inspiring you? Don’t ask your students to make a presentation only for their homework/assignment. But, make a fun class too!

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  1. March 29, 2015 at 1:50 pm

    Indeed! This is a very good idea. Back then, I learned English quite faster when I was teaching, I guess.

    I mean, when being taught, we are told what we need, right?
    But when [preparing for] teaching, we know what we need, for sure. 🙂

    • March 29, 2015 at 7:07 pm

      When I was a member of an English Club at school, my teachers always ask the senior to handle the class and it was fun and cool too. When I was in third grade (which was considered as “senior”), I just felt ‘cool’ because I could speak quite fluently in front of my juniors. Although, my English wasn’t so good, but the juniors thought that the English was perfect 😀

  2. August 8, 2015 at 9:31 am

    Info sangat menarik, sukses ya mas.. , Adrianne

    • August 8, 2015 at 3:52 pm

      Hi,
      Thank you for visiting 😀
      Please enjoy other articles of mine 😀

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