Enrichment Activities for Listening & Speaking

  • Published on

  • View

  • Download

Embed Size (px)




<p>ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES FOR LISTENING &amp; SPEAKING</p> <p>Re-telling stories After the reading session with teacher monitoring the pupils, get one or two pupils to re-telling the stories. This is the proof of the pupils ability to understand and comprehend the story that had been learned. Pupils can also talk about their opinions of the story that had been read.</p> <p>Example: teacher can ask the pupil to re-telling the story by maximizing his body gestures, tones and facial expressions as to help other pupils in class.</p> <p>Chinese Whispers Rules Line up all the players close to each other. The person at the beginning of of the line has to whisper a sentence into the ear of the person next to them. This person then turns and whispers what they heard into the ear of the person next to them. The whisper is passed on until it reaches the person at the end of the line. Then that person has to say out loud what they heard. If the game has worked the message should have changed and might even be nonsense now!</p> <p># we can also substitute the phrase with tongue twisters to make it lot more fun! Example: A big black bug bit a big black dog on his big black nose! by Kitty Morrow.</p> <p>REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES</p> <p>REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES 1. ABA CARD picture clues within each letter shape. assists memory of the shape and sound of each letter. excellent tool for remedial work</p> <p> 2. Mnemonics. help students spell words correctly. Types of mnemonics: -Music memorizing lyrics ABC Songs -Word- Acronym each letter For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet, So = FANBOYS. -Rhyme-using nursery rhymes</p>