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Today we’re going to talk more about introducing writing to your beginner-level learners in a way that won’t overwhelm them! Instead of simply throwing your students into an intensive task, like writing an essay, we’re going to prepare them by teaching language in chunks, modelling writing, observing written texts, and, eventually, building their own pieces of writing.
Today we’re going to be breaking down everything you need to know about building working memory in your language classroom, and you won’t want to miss the 4 activities that can help your students access and build their schemata! Keep reading to learn more and to find the perfect activity for your adult language learners.
Adjectives can add so much more meaning to your students’ sentences and conversations, so it’s important to properly equip them with the tools they need to use these words properly. If you’re looking to brush up on your own knowledge of adjectives or find simple and effective ways to explain the concept to your students, keep reading below!