Speak into the Mic

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Speak into the Mic

Post by eslkidz » Wed Sep 27, 2017 10:11 pm

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Hey Everyone!
Just wanted to share a tip here for helping students speak more in class and practice using target language for a specific lesson. One day while I was teaching I used my hand as a microphone to help a shy student speak. It really worked and since then I have created colorful paper microphones that I cut out, laminate, and attach to the end of a flyswatter with velcro (which I use for other activities as well). I initially used the microphones with my 3 to 5 year old learners, but I have found they work with all age students. Hope this can be a useful idea for you in your classroom.

What do you use to help students speak more in class?

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