The Word Family Framework (WFF) places 22,000 words on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Very often students know the meaning of a word but don’t know how to use it correctly. This is often because they don’t know what words go with what other words, i.e. collocations.
Pic-your-wits is a vocabulary game that you can find on Facebook and on the
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Reading & Viewing Comprehension
Reading : categorise/classify
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In this activity the teacher creates situations for the students to get plenty of practice with the form and meaning of the past perfect.
Have you tried these practical activities to help students with vocabulary learning? There's something for all ages and levels.
This is an information gap activity using a text about Hinduism to teach basic concepts about that faith and also improve vocabulary related to RE.
This activity is designed to be used as a vocabulary review or test of existing knowledge of the learners' vocabulary. It generates lots of words and is a lot of fun. The categories can be changed to suit the level and learner.
This activity practises language of ordering food in a restaurant although this can be adapted for any scenario. It's a great way to consolidate the language and recycle the vocabulary.
This is a visual activity which helps make the process of recalling vocabulary motivating and memorable. My students enjoy the 'suspense' aspect at the start, which really gets them involved.
This is a writing and speaking activity using the silent-method to practise vocabulary of daily routine, present simple and telling the time.