Teaching kids , Tip 6 ” Finding suitable plays “

by | 05.20.2014
Choose plays that are short and repetitive and designed to involve the whole group, no matter how big or how small.
These plays combine fun and movement with language usage carefully planned to provide optimal speaking practice in real life contexts.
Roles should be assigned according to your students’ language ability levels. Children who are more capable and more confident can be given parts with more lines, while shyer children or those with a more limited vocabulary can have fewer lines to say.
The play should be adapted for your own situation. Keep the script simple, but develop it further or modify it if your students’ proficiency or lack of proficiency in English requires it.

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