Repeat After the Students  


Turn a common activity on its’ head-
after introducing and then Listening and Repeating a set of flash cards to a class, next have the whole class say the word on the flashcard before you do (or, Repeat After Them).
Doing this is a user-friendly test for the students, because no student is being singled out to show if they know the word or not. Yet for those who don’t know the word, they get needed input from their classmates, and then from the teacher. And for those students who know the word, the teacher saying the word again afterward is also an effective way for students to double-check their own pronunciation.
Just a simple twist, but my students responded very well to it! copyright 2010 Elton Ersch

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