What the word means
Its form/part of speech (e.g. noun, adj…)
How it is pronounced
How it is spelt (written form)
If it follows any unpredictable grammatical patterns (e.g. effect on, fight against)
The connotations (associations, positive or negative feelings) the item may have (e.g. DOG (friendship, loyalty, dirt & inferiority)
Welcome to Michael Buckhoff’s TOEFL iBT Vocabulary List. After many years of teaching students how to prepare for the TOEFL iBT Exam, Michael noticed he was seeing the same words over and over again. He began to make a list of these words and did not find a repetition until he reached 1,700 total words. There are 1,700 words in this list divided into two categories.
Vocabulary Games and Activities is a source book for teachers, containing a collection of 90 activites for teaching and revising vocabulary. Most of them developed a result of running a series of vocabulary learning courses in Sweden during the part ten years. They range frm elementary to advanced activities, most of which contain material to be photo-copie.
Continuing the successful Scholastic "100 Words"line of exciting new language arts workbooks, this product focuses on 100 essential words kids need to know by 4th grade. Colorful art and photographs illustrate the 256 pages of lively activities, including reading and writing practice, comprehension, critical thinking exercises and word puzzles. Includes special dictionary pages and dictionary skill tips and colorful bookmarks with vocabulary-building tips.
Boost students’ vocabularies, bring new words to life, and prepare kids for standardized tests with these instant, high-interest writing prompts— one for each day of the school year! A rich selection of vocabulary words is correlated with the calendar to support vocabulary development all year long. Includes kid-friendly definitions, common synonyms and antonyms, and prompts that inspire a range of writing genres. For use with Grades 3-6.
You can work through the teaching units (1-20) in any order, but you should study all the units if you want to prepare thoroughly for the test. You may went to start with a particular unit because it relates to a topic in your course book or because you have a particular interest in that area.
Check Your English Vocabulary for TOEIC is a must-have workbook for all non-native English speakers wishing to expand their language skills in preparation for the Test of English for International Communication. This workbook provides exercises to help teach and build vocabulary related to the TOEIC examination and also covers grammar, use of English, comprehension and spelling.
Unlike other vocabulary books, Verbal Advantage provides a complete learning experience, with clear explanations of meanings, word histories, usages, pronunciation, and more. Far more than a cram session for a standardized test, the book is designed as a lifetime vocabulary builder, teaching a vocabulary shared by only the top percentage of Americans, with a proven method that helps the knowledge last.
I. CLASS DESCRIPTION:
- 33 11th grade students, Lomonoxop High School in Hanoi.
- Level: Pre-intermediate.
II. TIME: 45m.
III. OBJECTIVES: By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to:
- Develop the reading skill (scan reading).
- Broaden the range of vocabulary related to the topic.
IV. ASSUMED KNOWLEDGE:
- Ss have already known some vocabulary items/ structures related to content of given passage.
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English is a must here, and there are probably few countries where learners take
exam prep classes as seriously as Greek learners do. While such high learner motivation would seem to be a plus, the downside is that English is often learned for the sole purpose of getting the proficiency certificate—a fact that usually reduces teaching to a cramming of grammar and vocabulary, without students being able to become fluent speakers of English.
In teaching L2 writing to academically bound learners, what has become of smaller impor¬tance, however, is the language tools (i.e., the grammar and vocabulary that L2 writers must have to construct academic text, which in turn can be orga¬nized into a coherent written academic discourse).
Objectives: By the end of this lesson , Ss will be able to use the grammar points
to do the exercises.
II. Language contents:
1. Vocabulary: NO.
2. Grammar: + Review The simple past tense
+ The simple past with “wish”
The Present Progressive Tense, The Simple Past, The Present
Perfect, The Simple Present.
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How to teach LANGUAGE
Focus on the S tudy (S):
Gram m ar Vocabulary Pronunciation
What does language study consist of?
Exposure to the language Understand its meanings Understand its forms Practice language
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