Do your homework with PRIDE, and LEARN from it.
There are no secrets involved in learning a language. You must do ALL of the things below.
Your TEACHER cannot do the things below FOR you. Only YOU can do them ...
REVISE vocabulary after 1 day, 2 days, 4 days, 8 days and 16 days ....
use POST-ITS in
your bedroom to
help revise words
Listen in class and
ask questions about
what puzzles you.

 

LISTEN IN CLASS, THINK & ASK QUESTIONS

Find SOMETHING
to say;
find ANYTHING to say ...


Be motivated. Get interested in the country, in the language, in
words, in ideas.
Be organised.
Use PICTURES to revise when you can.


A FEW USEFUL WEBSITES - let me know of OTHERS!
1
Dave's Grammar Cafe explanations
7+
2
British Council Stories for Kids Read & listen - for kids.
7+
3
British Council - general lots of choice here
ALL
4
EFL stories to read and listen to
7+
5
World English VERY comprehensive
ALL
6
BBC Grammar LISTEN to grammar in use!
8+

Ask questions about
what puzzles you!

If NOTHING puzzles and/or interests you, then
YOU WILL NOT LEARN.

Never be shy to practise speaking, both IN and OUTSIDE the classroom.


Revise - over and over
again, in DIFFERENT ways.
Use English when you
can, including around the school.




Write things
down -
CLEARLY.
LEARN from your mistakes; this means WRITING corrections.

TALK

- as much as you can
-
to yourself out loud
-
to yourself in your head

Repeat, both in and
outside class.



Tell yourself you
CAN do it; after all,
hundreds of millions
of others can.


LISTEN to songs & WATCH videos.

READ papers, books, comics and magazines




Get a foreign
pen friend over
the internet.
Get interested in what's going on in England, the USA, Ireland, Scotland.

 

Find internet sites designed for foreign learners of English.