Do your EFL students struggle with basic vocabulary words? Here is my strategy to develop their vocabulary and create a fun and engaging activity!
Your Monthly Word Box Bundle in detail:
So here is a series of vocabulary words for your students. For each word as you can see in the thumbnails above you will find: an illustration, the word in capital letters to be easily read and spelt, the category (to reinforce garmmar skills along the way), its British phonetic transcription (to practice pronunciation too) and a series of words called clues to help your students define the main word.
• 26 September words
• 26 October words
• 25 November words (no Z word)
• 26 December words
• 26 January words
• 26 February words
• 26 March words
• 26 April words
• 26 May words
• 26 June words
Useful tip: you will find 4 cards per A4 page.
You will also find an Editable Powerpoint Template to create your own cards! Please note that you will NEED Microsoft Powerpoint to edit them. Please note that the editable template is NOT available with the individual sets. It's a bonus offered in this bundle only.
How to use this resource:
Every single day, we start the lesson with a word of the day. I give a student a card and he/she has to define the word to make his/her classmates guess what it is. We also practice the alphabet while spelling the word at the end (which is why you have 26 words for each month, one for each letter of the alphabet).
Please note that this is a growing bundle. I'll add the following sets for each month (including July and August), and you'll just have to download the update! The price will go up with every addition. But if you own it, you'll download the coming updates for free!
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