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  • this'll lesson focuses on helping students to overcome specific pronunciation challenges.

  • We join the class near the beginning of the unit as they're talking about photos of different women.

  • They have heard the new words in a previous class.

  • Good morning class.

  • Really?

  • Let's look at these pictures of women.

  • Which one is most like?

  • You turn to your neighbor until her.

  • Which one?

  • And why this one?

  • This one more Because you're so nice.

  • Okay, Jamie, what about you that once like me?

  • She is young.

  • And how straight here.

  • Me too.

  • Thank you.

  • Jamie is personalizing.

  • That means thinking about yourself or your own experience.

  • How does this help you learn English?

  • Because I know myself.

  • That's one reason anymore because I'm important.

  • Yes, to yourself.

  • You are the most important person in the world.

  • But really that helps us remember things, doesn't it?

  • When something is about us, we care more and we remember it better in today's class.

  • Let's practice personalizing.

  • Let's review the words for this lesson with a game who wants to start?

  • I dio great Emma, please come up point to a body part.

  • Then choose someone to show us the word.

  • Meriem hard semen.

  • All right, Julia, I don't know.

  • Can I go on Oprah?

  • I brought Yeah.

  • Okay, Good.

  • Now let's practice saying the words I I eyebrow nos nos flips lips.

  • Okay, now let's talk about difficult sounds.

  • Look at the words here.

  • Which ones are difficult for you for this word?

  • I say Libs.

  • Is it right?

  • It's close.

  • Is this the problem?

  • Yes, I have an idea.

  • Hold this in your hand, Say book.

  • But it didn't move.

  • Yes.

  • Now make the sounds so air comes out of your mouth.

  • It moves.

  • That's cool.

  • Lips.

  • Okay, now hold your hand.

  • Hear, say, But but do you feel that it moves?

  • Yes.

  • Now say, what do you feel?

  • It's different.

  • That's good.

  • We are personalizing.

  • Try to remember this when you say other words with now, are there any other difficult sounds?

  • Summary.

  • The teacher uses the learning strategy personalise.

  • This strategy helps learners to relate new concepts to their own experiences.

  • Students personalize as they identify their individual pronunciation challenges.

  • The teacher offers methods to help them correctly pronounce their problem sounds.

this'll lesson focuses on helping students to overcome specific pronunciation challenges.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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