Showing posts from April, 2018

"Language games for an effective and vigorous teaching"

Topic: Language Games, Skills: Reading. Guess Me:                                                           This is a good language game to practice new or difficult vocabulary in a lesson. Children will learn informally and remember the words forever by playing this game. Because practicing and learning new words in a lesson is a big challenge to teachers. So this game will help your children and teachers to make their learning successful. How to play : First you need to choose new or difficult vocabulary in a lesson. And you should write those words on teacups. Then you need an object or toy-like, Spiderman, Heman, animal or human..etc. Then you should place the teacups like showing in the picture and keep the object which you bring under any of the cups without showing to the class. Keeping or placing the object under the cups should be secret every time, children must not see it.                          Then you should divide the class into two or three groups b

An Effective Puppetry Presentation to transact a story

Lesson: The Naughty Turtle Subject: English Class: 3rd Skills: Reading, Speaking, and Creative Skills. Activity: Storytelling.                            This is one of the best transaction methods in my teaching career. And once again it's proved that proper TLM and transaction method will give tremendous results and create the best learning environment in a class. And such methods will stimulate the learning characteristics of every child.                               This was a famous story of a turtle and storks, who made a clever plan to take the turtle along with them. So to transact this story I prepared scene wise puppets and backgrounds to understand the lesson very easily. Once they visualize the story they can easily understand the difficult words and sentences. And also no need to switch into the mother tongue.                               As usual, I started the story by asking interactive questions and elicited the related vocabulary. Later I asked m