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Issues for discussion
(And maybe with that of listening? And …?)
Different teachers have different ways to present new words.
e.g. cook, fry, boil, bake, grill, roast
e.g. deduction, induction
Some vocabulary consolidation activities:
Vehicles: ,, ;
Furniture: ,, ;
e.g. Suppose you have learned the following words that are related to shopping:
shopper, customer, seller, sale, shop, store, market, supermarket, discount, goods, price, sell, bargain, buy, pay, receipt
cheese, eggs, oranges, bread, soap, meat
Vocabulary building strategies are very important outside the class.
Students should be encouraged to use vocabulary items in real language use. Successful attempts at word use definitely help vocabulary consolidation.
T: We are going to read a story about Nelson Mandela, the first black president of South Africa. Which of the following words do you think may be used in the story?
prison, rights, violence, lawyer, youth, league, position, matter, fact, president;
vote, accept; continue
black, equal, poor, young, wrong, worried
Make a guess.
The students can guess the meaning of some new words from the context.
The teacher can ask the students which words in the text they don’t know, and help them to know the meaning of the words, and if necessary the teacher can translate the words into Chinese.
Two problems in vocabulary learning: