Pěší poutě Ladislava Zibury – TedxYouth@Prague

Ráda bych se svými kolegy, učiteli češtiny jako cizího jazyka, sdílela pracovní list založený na TedxYouth@Prague Ladislava Zibury, kde mluví o svých pěších poutích. Lekci jsem několikrát vyzkoušela na svých studentech a vždycky měla úspěch. Postup tvorby pracovního listu vychází z tohoto příspěvku mého internetového kolegy Anthonyho: Pracovní list je ke stažení přes Google Doc. Z videa …

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Dialogue Procedure in Beginners’ Classes

Today a friend/colleague asked me if we could go over her lesson plan before her observed class. As we did, I realised I use different techniques for teaching dialogues than she does and thought they might be worth sharing. Also, following the hoo-ha of my two latest posts, I’m writing a humble, practical text to …

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TBLT Czech Lessons – Tak 5: Giving Directions – Part 2

In this post I will explain the procedure of teaching the adverbials of location and giving directions as indicated in my previous post. Each time I teach location, in whatever language I happen to be teaching, I use LEGO bricks. It may not be particularly original, but it’s the most effective method I know of. …

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TBLT Czech Lessons – Task 5: Giving Directions. Part 1 – Language Introduction

Our next task resulted from our needs analysis. However, I was facing some very difficult choices. Before I tell you how the task went, let me explain a little the problems Czech learners encounter when learning how to tell where things are. 1. The underlying principle when you’re speaking in Czech about the position and …

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