Language Activities for Teenagers

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Cambridge University Press, Mar 18, 2004 - Foreign Language Study - 225 pages
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Language Activities for Teenagers has 99 new activities to coax, cajole and tempt teenagers into learning English in a meaningful and enjoyable way. The activities have been specifically designed for use with the 11-16 age group. This book contains material drawn from the real-life classroom experience of several well known ELT contributors: Judit Feher, Jean Harper-Rudiger, David Hill, Hanna Kryszewska, Seth Lindstromberg, Bonnie Tsai and Tessa Woodward. Here they share some of their most reliable and rewarding ideas on topics such as: - Maintaining discipline in the classroom - Using ice-breakers warmers, fillers and closers - Practising skills; speaking, reading, listening and writing - Developing vocabulary - Using literature - Promoting discussion The activities can be used alongside any coursebook and will motivate and engage even the most reluctant learners.
 

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