Very helpful tips……..
I’ve read your article and it will take part of my notes forever.
Very interesting and clear the way you presented it.
Congratulatios and thank you very much for your effort in producing it.
CARLOS GERVASON, JUIZ DE FORA, BRAZIL
Thank you, Carlos.
I’m happy it was so useful for you.
I’m a teacher from Morocco and I enjoyed reading your insightful post. thanks
You’re very kind, Wakach.
Thank you so much. Very helpful.
You’re very welcome, Myzeedah.
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I have been teaching English for several years in Afghanistan, I found your advices very informative and will do my best to fulfill it in my new classes.
I basically know how to teach vocabulary for my students for now so that they figure out in a better comprehensive way.
Let me know how it goes, Ramesh.
Thank you for your writing . It is very useful .
I’m glad to hear it, ThuyAn.
Great reminder!! It’s sometimes easy to rush through vocabulary teaching without stopping to check that the students have really understood the meaning.
I agree, Sammy.
I hope this posts gives people plenty to think about!
I wrote one which goes through different ideas on recycling vocabulary in class, which might be a good supplement to yours: http://teflreflections.blogspot.nl/2013/12/recycling-best-habit-on-earth_12.html
And in here I review Memrise, for those of you who’d like to find out more: http://teflreflections.blogspot.nl/2013/10/mem-up-your-memory.html
I didn’t realise there were so many other websites for learning vocabulary. Thanks for writing about them.
Once again, great post. Thanks!
I’ve added your links to the post now, so people can find your excellent blog posts!
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have read your article it’s marvelous and I understand from any word in this article .
I will do all rights here to improve my language
in finally my best wishes for all
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It’s very difficult to teach your students new vocab in my country because we don’t have any foreigners – there is not a practical side .
Sorry to hear that, Bebo.
I hope some of the ideas I’ve shared here help you.
Very helpful to teach vocab in the classroom.
I’m glad to hear this post was helpful for you, Prafulla.
Just to let you know that we’ve shortlisted this blog post for this month’s TeachingEnglish blog award and I’ll be making a post about it on tomorow’s TeachingEnglish Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/TeachingEnglish.BritishCouncil, if you’d like to check there for likes and comments.
As ever, the support I receive from your excellent resource is greatly appreciated.
I’m an english teacher.I’d like to join these teacher
The stuff you put was great.
Although I am not a teacher, I suggest you to add another point.
Whenever teachers teach a new word, they may ask the students to think about a person for whom that word qualifies. If the students did that, they would recall that word ever time they see that person.
That person may be their friend, teacher, relative, favorite actor or singer, or anyone that frequently comes in their sight.
Thanks a lot for this illustrative, useful and helpful article about affective ways for teaching vocab. I really benefited a lot from it . I feel so happy and comfortable for learning and deeply understanding all the points given in this fantastic and influential article . Thanks a lot again and hoping to see and read more interesting topics like this in the near future .By the way I am a teacher of English, I teach secondary stage students here in The State of Kuwait in The Arab Gulf . I was really dazzled by such an article like that .Good bye and wishing you all the best of luck.
That’s really a very good post Adam.Even for experienced teachers, it’s an informative wrap up of many important tips.
I will start with the suggested web tools as they can help with all other tips.
Great! Thank you so much… Greetings from México!
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I am so grateful for have found this website. All the tools presented here are going to help me to make my classes even more interesting and effective! Thanks a bunch!!!
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Really good tips! I think you may like this adaptive learning tool http://www.vocabularynotebook.com
It is useful for accomplishing most of your advices.
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thanks for your post.They are very practical.
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