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Sunday, 02 January 2011 23:28

Lesson 4 - How many? - Numbers 1 to 10
In this lesson, students will learn the most basic phrases used when asking about numbers. They will also learn to count from 1 to 10. The video can be repeated several times until a firm mastery of the letters has been achieved. After watching, repeat the video, but turn off audio and let the student tell you what they see. This is like a memory game.

In this video lesson, ESL/EFL students will learn numbers 1 to 10: one, two, three, four, five, six etc. Don't forget to test yourself by doing the quiz of this video lesson. To learn, press the play button on the video player, look, listen and repeat. Pause and replay until you have mastered the lesson. To further practise the vocabulary learnt, go to the worksheets and flashcards and find corresponding worksheets and flashcards to do some writing, reading and grammar.

Teaching numbers 1-5 to my Anuban 2 is already easy because they're already learning these numbers since they're on their Anuban 1 days. What need to do is they could pronounce the numbers correctly especially Number 5. They have to say "fayv" rather than saying "fay". It took me 5-10 minutes to drill them one by one just to let them get the hang of saying "five" correctly.
For boardwork, I posted a picture and let them count. I displayed below the picture 1-5 numbers and let them encircle the correct number. I then call students randomly.

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