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Do a shopping class, where you and your student go to several shops together.
Or just go for a walk outside with your student and do your class like that one day. A change of environment is very good for refocusing the mind, and there are lots of new topics for language study that you can get just from walking down the street. Questionnaires Prepare a series of question prompts on a topic.
First interview the student using the prompts. Then ask the student to do the same for you. Tell the student that for the next class he or she must prepare a similar list of questions on a different topic to interview you. Cuisinaire rods Cuisinaire rods are little coloured wooden sticks that are used in teaching maths.
With one-to-one classes and very small groups, there are lots of things you can do with cuisinaire rods. Ask the student to make a representation of the company structure using the rods like an organigram. You can also use rods to teach word stress rods for every syllable, a different coloured rod for a stressed syllable.
Index cards One piece of equipment that is particularly useful for a one-to-one class is a set of index cards.
Use them to keep track of new vocabulary.
The cards can then be used from time to time to review this. You can also use index cards as cue cards for a presentation.
Help the student write their cues for a mini presentation on a topic, then get them to give you the presentation using only their cues. You can also write different conversation topics or role-plays on individual cards. Ask the student to choose one at random and talk about or act out the situation on the card.
Think of someone who Many teachers of one-to-one classes are frustrated by coursebook or resource material that is only suitable for large groups. However, some of these activities can be adapted. For instance, the classic Find Someone Who activity can be changed to a Think of Someone Who and used with only one student. Using a Find Someone Who worksheet, ask the student to write the names of people that he or she knows who match each category. The student must do this without telling you anything.
He or she must also write the names down in a different order than they appear on the worksheet. Do the same yourself with another copy of the same sheet. Then swap papers. The objective is to ask and answer questions to find out which person written down on the paper matches which category.
You and the student will therefore be asking and answering the questions several times, just like in a Find Someone Who activity with a large class. Mascull, B. Vasilyeva L. Business Correspondence in English, Iress Press, Making a new start. Business English.
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