The Problem Teaching and Learning Vocabulary

Teaching Vocabulary in English Language: effective Methodologies. Patterns of Difficulty in Vocabulary. Introduction of the Vocabulary. Ways of Determining the Vocabulary Comprehension and Remembering. Key Strategies in Teaching Vocabulary.

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Appendix A

Various activities for reviewing and teaching vocabulary

1. Write down a word and see if the students can make a list of words associated with the word.

Example: hair - long, short, wavy, curly, blonde, red, black, brunette, grey, straight, frizzy, flowing, soft etc.

Example: clouds - white, dark, sky, rain, puffy, thunder, whispy etc.

Example: paper - lined, blank, white, sheets, reams, pieces, plain, coloured, thick, thin, news etc.

2. Complete the crossword on family vocabulary topic.

3. Make up a dialogue, using the following phrases.

Vocabulary Sentences - Meeting People

Greetings

Hi, My name is Kevin. What`s your name?

I`m _________________________________.

This is __Bob_____________.

Nice to meet you.

Nice to meet you too.

How are you? (Is like a greeting in North America.)

Hi Bob, how are you? =This really means hi.

Note: We rarely use "hello," except on the telephone or whenwe are not sure if someone is in the room/house or not:

"Hello! Anyone there?"

Questions: Not Understanding

Pardon? /Once more please. /Could you say that again?

or

I didn`t catch what you said.

Could you please speak more slowly.

Getting to Know Each Other

Where are you from?

I`m from ____Nagasaki_______________.

How about you?

I`m from Vancouver.

Why did you come to Japan?

How long have you been here?

What do you do in your free time? /What are your hobbies?

Are you married?

Do you have any children? brothers? sisters?

Do you like sports?

Which sports do you like?

How long have you been playing _____soccer__________________?

Glossary

Nu.

English term

Translation

Teaching vocabulary

Навчання лексики

Methodical approach

Методичний підхід

Comprehension

Розуміння, сприйняття

Collocations

Стійкі словосполучення

Repetition

Повторювання

Listening

Прослуховування

Pronouncing

Вимовляння, промовляння

Definition

Визначення

Breaking the word into parts

Розділяти слово на частини

Scientific approach

Науковий підхід

Recognize a word

Впізнавати слово

Enhance vocabulary

Розширяти словниковий запас

Vocabulary bank

Лексичний запас

Within the frameworks of the context

В рамках контексту

Vocabulary notebook

Зошит для записування нових слів

Vocabulary exercises

Вправи на запам'ятовування нових слів

Recycle the vocabulary

Повторювати нові слова

Mind map

Асоціативна карта

Facilitate the learning of new words

Сприяти вивченню нових слів

Scrutinizing the text

Ретельно вивчати текст

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