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English Stories Ages 3 to 6 Would you like to be a brilliant preschool English teacher

Read on to find out how… It’s amazing how a young child absorbs language like a sponge. Even so, as an English teacher you still need to know how to grab your pupils’ attention so they can learn from you and create the right conditions for this language acquisition to happen. You have to be able to engage your youngsters so that they are involved in your lesson and learn just from being there and participating. The key is to make them curious and keep them interested throughout the class. Preschoolers and young children are easily distracted and have short concentration spans, so if you don’t have plenty of variety and fun in your lesson the children will switch off, start chatting, mess about and basically pay no attention to you whatsoever! That is bad for your self-esteem and a pretty unpleasant place to be as Kathryn Williams discovered at her first lessons: I volunteered to teach children 3-5 years old and the first day I bombed so bad, I was afraid some of the parents may not come back. I have spent hours, days, months and money I don’t have, and I still found myself in a panic repeating ‘Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’. Right here you can find out about a fun and successful method for teaching young children English at preschool and in the first year of primary school. Read on to find out how to be a successful English teacher and get amazing results – much better than most preschool teachers. Your pupils need to enjoy English lessons in order to be motivated to join in and learn. With games, stories and songs you’ll be well on the way to success. The games must be specific language drills, wrapped up in a game packaging. Children have to understand and use the vocabulary or short sentences to play the game, and it happens through the repetition that is an integral part of the game. Young children are happy hearing the same stories and playing the same games over and over again. It’s funny because you’d think that once you know a story you don’t need to hear it thirty times – but the youngsters ask for the story again and again. That is excellent news for English teachers since repetition is the mother of skill. When you tell a story the children become silent and absorbed, fascinated...

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