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Today we’re going to be breaking down how you can prepare your students for reading and, in the meantime, build their confidence, vocabulary, and motivation! Keep reading below to learn more about how you can use background knowledge, experiences, vocabulary, and reading strategies to create more confident and capable readers.
One of the best ways that you can improve your students’ pronunciation is by teaching them and giving them opportunity to practice thought groups. Many teachers dive straight into vowel sounds and digraphs, but focusing on rhythm, intonation, focus words, and thought groups will make a much bigger difference in how well your students are able to communicate with native and non-native speakers alike!
Today we’re going to be talking more about how you can help your students develop metacognitive skills, so that they can better understand how they learn best! While this article is written specifically with beginner-level learners in mind, many of the tips and activities below can be tweaked and used in your intermediate- or advanced-level classes.