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At advanced levels, as you suggest, students really need to be aware of collocation if they are to be effective in English. Emailed Comparative and superlative adjectives — article Grammar contrasts 2: Stimulating interaction Digital criteria: Home Methodology Teaching tips Ask the experts Gce.editorial questions. It goes without saying focuses students on word class and parts of speech early on is also very important as this will help them identify collocations much quicker.

Daily routine Lesson 5: How can I help my students with collocations?

The use of columns and substitution tables is very helpful here and gives a model for students to follow in their own vocabulary notebooks. Think also about how these can be recorded memorably — word spiders and columns are useful techniques to promote. Let’s get personal First impressions Friends You choose!


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In addition, if we presume that meaningful chunks exist in their own language, some translation can be helpful to their records.

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All kinds of card games can be cjasi-esencial to promote awareness of collocation:. Playing the game Lesson 2: And here at higher levels, there is the possibility of students discovering useful word partnerships themselves.

Vocabulary: teaching collocations 1

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