Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words. Mark Twain. Marina Terterovi Gvantsa Palelashvili. Motivating Writing Tasks. The visual demonstration of language is valuable for learners. It helps students to develop language learning.
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Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words. Mark Twain
It helps students to develop language learning.
It can be a quiet reflective activity for intrapersonal learners.Why teach writing?
Raising the students awareness about the words that sound the same but have different meanings, spellings.
Material-suitable homophone sets
Write the homophones (1-4) on the board.
Students write them in groups
T writes other four words
The group which finishes first is the winner
T checks ( can give the key list)Homophone game
Choose a noun that describes the person, place, or thing you have selected. E.g. Fireman
Describe this noun with two adjectives joined by the word andor but(strong and fearless)
Use a verb form and adverb to show this noun in a typical action (Fighting courageously)
Think up a comparison beginning with the word as orlike (as brave as a gladiator)
Usea phrase beginning with if only to express a wish regarding this noun.Instructions:
Writing is one of the best ways to assess students at the end of the lesson.
Fun and interesting writing activities increase students’ motivation.
At my ELCE lessons I often had writing assessments.
For example:Creative writing
Give students your own example. Draw your profession on the board and write: “ I want to be an English teacher. I like this profession because I like children and foreign languages.”
Use the new vocabulary which they have taught at this lesson.
Ask students to draw and write: “My future job.”My future job
Give each pair two more empty speech bubbles.
Ask to choose two characters in the poster and write an exchange between them.
Invite them to take turns to stick their speech bubbles by the characters and read them to the class.