Last week we hosted Diane Schmitt (Nottingham Trent University, UK) and Norbert Schmitt (University of Nottingham, UK) at Özyeğin University for three days. Fortunately, I was able to interview with them about the facts of vocabulary in learning/teaching. - What are the implications of “high, mid and low frequency vocabulary” for teaching and planning? Do you think [...]
Entries Tagged as 'vocabulary'
January 9, 2012 3 Comments · vocabulary·
October 15, 2011 No Comments · ACTIVITIES, vocabulary·
It is a well known fact that having an expanded vocabulary helps with everyday speech, writing and reading in many ways. Therefore, when I am on the way to finish a unit in my class, I immediately start to think about how to wrap up the vocabulary of the unit without being annoying and monotonous. [...]
June 5, 2011 No Comments · ACTIVITIES, speaking·
Are you always bored during class? Are you tired of lecturing? You can find the details of the following games on the page “GAMES-ACTIVITIES”. enjoy it ♥ NAME & COUNTRY should be one of the oldest games that all of us played in our childhood. This game can be played by more than two students or in big groups. Divide a [...]