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Teaching English with the Montessori Method

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Teaching English with the Montessori Method

Karin Gnaore, Happy to teach you !

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8 Lessons (1h 8m)
    • 1. E1 What to expect from this Module

      1:37
    • 2. E2 TEFL TESL

      6:27
    • 3. E3 How to start teaching

      7:31
    • 4. E4 What be aware of when teaching TEFL

      3:45
    • 5. E5 Grace and Courtesy for Teaching English

      13:35
    • 6. E6 3parts card set animals Australia

      11:14
    • 7. E7 Teaching English is tricky

      9:33
    • 8. E8 Pink Series

      14:21
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How to teach English as a second or foreign language using the Montessori method? 

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This class is perfect for anyone who is teaching English from scratch to students who do not have any idea about English. The methods focus on children from six to 14 years  but may easily be adapted for older learners. 

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1. E1 What to expect from this Module: what expect from this module in this new course module teaching English as a second or foreign language. I will give you a number off methods which you can use to teach English to young Children, English, the Children who have no idea about it and to learn it as a foreign or second language. Which means that you have teaching a language with the Children. Don't know you might speak the language of those Children or you might not speak the language of those Children. I would just give you some hints on how to do that successfully and this model I will not give you a full Tafel training because that would require a lot of models with many, many more methods and many, many more hours. I would just highlight some methods would you can use, um, and implemented in your English class room. The methods that I will show you in this course module are Montessori methods. So we will be using the Monta sorry methods to teach English to learn us off the English language. So stay tuned. Big curious. Andi, please all your questions Put them into discussion area. Thanks a lot for joining in with this module 2. E2 TEFL TESL : in this model, you might hear me using the expressions, teaching English as a second language and teaching English as a formal language on I want explain its two expressions to you. Um, okay, let me express. Explain. Sorry. So teaching English as a foreign language. What is that? Commonly it's being a previ ated by the expression off table. Careful, careful teaching English as a foreign language. This means that the Children learn English in the classroom by a teacher. But it is not the language off the country or the environment in which they are living. Get. Let me give you an example. You are teaching in Italy, France, Germany, Austria, um, China. That means and you're teaching English to Children. You are teaching English as a foreign language. This means for you that you are the only one teaching them English and your expression, your pronunciation. Your method you are detect, thinks is that decisive point on how how well and how fast the Children will learn the language. Teaching English as a second language means you are teaching Children who are living in an English speaking country. But those Children don't speak English. Let's say you have, um, French speaking Children on you are teaching in Great Britain or you have Chinese speaking Children and you are teaching them in the U. S. That's teaching English as a second language. That means the Children might continue to speak. Their first language is in their families at home, maybe at the churches they attend, maybe in the neighborhood. But they also hear English as the move around. Maybe in school, maybe in public places, maybe in shops, stores, offices, maybe in school. So these Children have an extra help from their environment environment in which they live to learn the language. Um, they don't depend solely on on you and on your detect ICS and then your methods on how fast and how well to learn off course. It still depends on the environment. If they don't interact with their environment in the language of the environment, they're still dependent you. But for Children generally, that is not very likely. So your responsibility is not as high concerning, um, the acquisition off the language. But for these Children, it is really, really, really crucial to learn a language really well, really perfectly, because they needed to live in the environment in which they are living, they need the language. They need the language they need in use to live in environments where they are. Because, um, this is, um, something so important for the kids because of concerns the life again, you have a big responsibility. In both cases, you might or might not speak the first language off the Children you might or you might not . Most of the time, what happens is teaching English as a foreign language. Um, most teachers, as they stay in the country where the Children are learning English, they understand the language of the country, but not always like when I was in school. We have a native speaker up who was serving the whole school. She was from Scotland and she did not speak dreamin at all. She did it on that. This is why we needed to speak English to her. But other times and I have met me a lot of native speakers who spoke the language off the country in which they were living. This is not always the case, but it's likely if you teach English as second language. That means you live under in the country where the languages spoken, it is more likely that you do not speak. The language is off. The Children you teach. Um, you might have students with the Chinese, Gallo, French, Italian, German, whatever first languages and you don't speak all of those languages. But you are the English teacher to help them get around in the English speaking country. Now, whether you understand the language of the kids or not, it does not matter. You have to teach them language and how that goes. You will learn in this model not in a complete way. I will just give you a set off fun and easy methods. Um which I've taken from the Montessori pedagogy to help you implement interesting methods to make learning English easier and more effective and more fun. 3. E3 How to start teaching : how to start. Well, how you start the first a little bit whether you speak the common language, which Children are speaking, which means you're teaching English as a foreign language or well, they don't speak the language. The Children are commonly speaking most of the time. That would mean that you teach English as second language. Okay, Good. Um, first of all, let's assume you speak the language off the Children. The Children understand you, Um, how you start from the very beginning. The first lesson. You And when you enter the classroom now, whether the Children are very young a very apart, maybe very young, that could be preschoolers or young. That could be primary school. Kids are even older. That could be teenagers. Set up your classroom. Set up your rules off the classroom. No. How is language teaching? Effective teaching a language is effective if you don't use another language. When the language you want to teach. If I want to teach English, I should be using English all the time. Oh, are most of the time the primary language off the class should be English. Listening, speaking, reading and writing. Find teaching French my latte my class should be my class. My hours My teaching units should be full off French, hearing, speaking, communication, reading and writing and any other language should not be there at all or have a very, very minor role. Why is that so? If you are speaking the language of the kids and you use that language to explain a language they should be learning. That means the language which they already know will be dominant and everything you teach about the new language. In this case, English will be drowned in a flat off first language and will be for gotten. Your teaching will be totally ineffective. Now, how to set up my class rules? If the Children don't know me, I will be the English teacher adjusting his teacher on entered a classroom or the Children already know me. Maybe I'm teaching other subjects, but in this case I have to teach them English as maybe math and other things too. Let me set up the classroom in the same way. I won't tell them in the language they understand in this case. Children, this is our English class on because it's in English class. We will speak only English. So if he's your first language, I will not understand. Because when entered a classroom for our English cares, I will put like a baton. I don't understand your first language. You need to speak English. Okay? Emergencies are allowed my buttons, which is back. And I will understand. Don't you worry. But in English and only English, because it's an English class on the I've expended on the rule like this. And then I start. So did I know why I will be speaking to them in a language they don't understand? I will even tell them kids. I wanted to learn it with fun. I want to make it easy. You don't need to be afraid. You will see it's easy and it is fun. And then I explained to the English class with speak only English. Okay, but if really And actually I'm teaching English as a second language and I'm in. Um, I'm having kids from all over the world, maybe in a navy speaking country. And they need to learn English. I can't use the language. There's no way. So I would just enter with a big smile point like myself. Is that I, um cutting Nelly. I, um, carrying, knowing Good morning on I will then a multi victim to also say good morning. And they point at them for them to say good morning. That would be their first word. The I, um current No. Who are you on a point at a particular child and bring up? I don't know the kids yet. I don't know their names, but I have a list because I'm teaching that class. So I would if they're not answering me with their name, I would read any name from the list. Look at the list. Just read anything from the list on the child. Might say no. Yes. Is it? Oh, you are. And then I would say the name. I've just find out that would take more time, but it will be more effective. Fast does not mean effective slow. Generally, when it comes to learning is more effective. So setting up the classroom first I don't speak the language of the kids. Let me go very slowly. I'll see good morning. Until they answer, I'll sign to them, and they would. Handsome. Good morning. If not with my good morning. Good morning. I repeated many times. Look to them different sides until the understand it's the grating and they answer. And actually, even though I was learning English as a foreign language, I was learning French as a foreign language. That is what our teachers did. This is how they started, and they set up the classroom after. Explain to us we will be speaking English only or French only that's what they did so many decades ago on improved to be so effective, so sad at the classroom, English on only English. That's the first rule you have to give. 4. E4 What be aware of when teaching TEFL: one main difference from teaching English as a second or foreign language to teaching any language, which is the first language once that difference. If I'm pitching Children who have English as their first language, one of the most powerful tools are three parts card sense because the Children no, the names off everyday objects everyday animals like farm animals or very famous world animals like elephants and giraffes. And they know the names Now, if this see the word and they used this three piece card sets, this is teaching them how to read the words which they know in a very, very effective and very powerful way. If I'm teaching English to Children who have no idea about the language and, more importantly, haven't bean rating it, but they have no idea how words have been pronounced what things are being called. But maybe they know the words in their language, and maybe they can read their language. Please do not get with them three piece card sets as a main and first method for learning the language without accompanying them. The three discards it can be used as a tool toe enhance reading English, but in this case. Be careful enough. Don't give them any three piss cards. It's if they do not know the pronunciation off the words because they don't know the pronunciation. The three piece cards. It's don't make any sense for them. So three B is quite sets in a classroom of learners off English only after they know how to pronounce the words and the meaning. Okay, the meaning is in the picture, but they need to learn the pronunciation first. Otherwise, it doesn't make any sense, but for teaching them, uh, to read after they know how to pronounce the names. Maybe they have learned it in a different setting. Perfect. Use them and used them in abundance. But make sure you don't mix the topics. One set of three piece card sets should focus on one topic, like farm animals, summer clips, kitchen utensils and so on. Um, if you work was, the Children are with the child like you could be doing that for home schooling, work with the chart, pronounce the words correctly and then as what's the creepiest kites and and then use it and let them use it. That's perfect, and that will work very well so use three piece card sets and your classroom for teaching English as a foreign or second language. But use it early after you have taught the child or the Children on how to pronounce the words. By the way, if ever you're teaching any other language, foreign language or second language, the same rule applies. 5. E5 Grace and Courtesy for Teaching English: Grace and Curtis lessons should be should be the beginning off your teaching English to none. English speakers whether it's in a second language, um, environment or in a foreign language environment doesn't matter. Grace and courtesy is part of the A one level according to the European framework for languages. So a one starts with Good morning, Good afternoon. Goodbye. Thank you is sorry and all those grace and courtesy things. And those are being expected for any learner off any age. What? It's a kin, The garden that or an adult to be able to use properly in the expected way. So even if I'm teaching any language on dealing with beginners, I'm starting with role play, which teaches all the grace and courtesy which is needed off communication with speakers off that particular language. Any language? Him? Um, Meriem. Ahtisaari has them as grazing Courtis lessons in her regular curriculum, even for the first language, because you want to teach the right way off greeting and through practice and repetition the grace and courtesy that the courtesy formula, what to say in any given moment should become a habit. Onda. And this is why just using it for the first language to now we're dealing with second or foreign language even here. Say thank you. Good morning. Good afternoon. Goodbye. Should be a habit. And if you even if you don't know to say anything else in any game a language is you can say good morning, our hello. In that language, you have won the hearts off every speaker of that language. Or if you're in a foreign country. So how to do these use gestures. Don't use translations. Use gestures. Use your hands. Use your face in order to let the Children understand what you say. And then right from the beginning, let them answer you without giving them an instruction in their first language. So how to do that? Let me give you an example. Let's say I am the teacher for English and given in any givens, Um, government and I want to teach the Children two. Great. That will be my first lesson. Because I will want that from the second lesson on, whenever I come in there will greet me in English. Now, if I'm teaching other subjects too, um doesn't matter. They know we have English lessons. We have to teach our tea. We have to greet our teacher in English, right? If I'm teaching early English whenever I come in, they should be grating me in English from the second lesson on. So I have toe practises it in a row, play method just like any Grace and Curtis, a lesson repeated. Give each and every child a chance to say it. And each and every child the chance to answer let every child have the turn. And the repetition makes must repetition makes the master. So I want the Children to repeat and repeat, and it becomes their habit. Um, speaking a language is a habit, so using the language only makes the habit. Okay, let's start first. Listen, I'm coming in. Good morning. Good morning. And I'm turning depending on how many Children I have. If I'm having a stroke of several Children, I will make sure my eyes goto each and every child. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning with a big smile. Because that's what Curtis every my a request from me. And, um, I was repeat it on T day. Answer me. Good morning. Without my name yet. Just good morning. If they don't good morning, and then I'll make the sign that they should answer me back. Good morning. Morning. I might even whisper it. If they don't feel confident enough, I would whisper Yes. Rise. You said it right. And that will be my first practice. Um, no translation needed if I'm teaching it as a second off our language. The Children? No, it's morning. That's why it's good morning. Um, later, much later, I can teach them about different time periods when the same good night or whatever that will be at Electra stage. Okay, The next one is introducing myself and asking for the name of a person. So always start with introducing yourself. And then without them understanding the question, they can also introduce themselves, which is so easy. Um, you have very young Children. I really am Children. Please use only one sentence at the beginning. You decide what you say I am or my name is. Don't makes it. Use one if you have all the Children. Uh, please. You can mix it for them to know their several versions off saying the same thing. So what you do is is that, um, for all the chill you can see. I, um Curren use the title, which is, um, habitual in that in the area where you are. So, for example, if the chance supposed to call your teacher, you see, I, um, teacher curry because it like that. It discovered that they should say teacher is not nice. Who are you? I, um And then you have the list off the kids. Am so you might even get if you don't know what I'm you might guess, or you know, their names because you're teaching at a subjects to then you can help them. Who are you? I, uh who are you? All right. You are. Whatever the name off the kid. Um, in this way, they hear you say you are. I, um And then you might have timid Children. Maybe somebody told him it's hard to learn. Another language is hard to learn. English movement. All the brother sister told him, Are you Ah, and face them. Look at them. Look it. Oh, Susan Wright. You are Susan Wright. And after you have landed with the kids, lets them do it to each other. Waste the time off the first lessons. Practice, practice, practice practice And if you know Ali. Good morning. I, um you are enough. Because if that becomes a happy the rest of the English speaker at the rest of learning is the rest of the English language will be so easy. If you leave them with not enough practice in the beginning, everything else will be heart, then those if, in the beginning, they hear you say good morning, I am. Who are you? My name is Your name is, um It will become a habit to hear the language and figure it out. What it means rather than having a translation. Because for for using any language in life, it's important you're able to figure out what the other person is saying rather than having a dictionary to checking every word that doesn't work in real life doesn't work. Nobody's going around with a dictionary taking every word he or she doesn't understand, figuring that that's how you learn a language. Okay, so your first lesson is Good morning. Second lesson. I, um third lesson. My name is not We have a second variation here. I am teach occurring. Who are you? I am Susan. And my name is What's your name? Hi. You are Susan. Always look at the Children. Would Who you talk? Let the others give them the time. Let them listen. Let them listen. It might be good if you know some Children. No, A little order. Mork Ragers. They're out spoken. Asked those Children first. Then the others will hear what they are expected to say More often they will have time toe gain some trust but make sure every child is being asking. Every child is giving an answer. So our third lesson is my name is Yeah, for a smaller Chill out. Just leave it with I am. And I leave out the second version. Yeah, Get now. Let's go to saying thank you. Here you are. Thank you. You give it to the child given to the child and then the touch to me. You say gestures. You say it in English, but say it softly so they don't have the expectation that they need to understand every word. They just get a feeling off. What was it then? They will give it back because gestures are being understood. Body language is being understood back to me. Okay, then you give it to another child. I'm Why do you say now that you can be sure if you have more than one child in the classroom, the first child will help the 2nd 1 with saying thank you. If it doesn't by himself. Thank you. Thank you. That's just as you would teach a very small kid. But in this case, second language lesson. Thank you. Now we give it back to me back to me. Thank you. Give it to another child. Thank you. I say it. Say it. Thank you. Right. And so on. So you make turns. You may grow play with all those basic sing basic things. Don't translate. There is no translation for thank you. You don't need it. You don't need it for good morning. No translation needed. Yeah, Um let's the language become natural. And as time goes by, use every crisis and correct. It's a lesson that you have been doing in the kindergarten setting at an early stage in the life off the kids use it as a rope play for your English so you can have Grace and Curtis a lesson. For every English lesson, start your in use lectures. Your English lessons, always with one pricing Curtis a lesson, even a collector later stages. Let the Children have a row Play with one Grace and Curtis lesson, because those are the most important words, the most important sentences for them to learn. So grace and courtesy, the rial Montessori method for learning language is just so great. 6. E6 3parts card set animals Australia : So what you see here is a three piece card set or three parts courts. It, um, showing various Australian animals now three parts cards. That seemed to be a great way to enrich the vocabulary off the Children in a very interesting way, a fun way and none memorizing a hands on way. And this is true. Uh, they do just that. But what we have to bear in mind is that's any child off any age of on the ground. A person who learns English as a foreign or second language cannot imagine how a off those names off those animals are being pronounced. There's just no way that they could come up with the correct pronunciation off any off. The names we have here, 12 Australian animals and nobody who hasn't learned how to read English can come up with the correct pronunciation. Why am I saying that I have experienced various times that I was working with Children who were school Children so they were able to read and right do met in the in my case and there First language was actually English, so they were speaking English at home, but their moms and dads had not taught him to read and write because they were thinking thing. They will learn it in school anyway, or we don't want to make any mistakes. So they didn't teach them to read and write English. And now those Children were in schools, German speaking school so they could read German on there were reading it fluently and they were having fun reading on each of that. Those Children and I had really several cases. They always told me I cannot read English. I told him how I asked them, How is it possible? You speak it? You can read. How is it you cannot read English? And they told me, Really? Honestly, give me any text in English. I cannot read it. I don't know how to read English on Why is that? So? It's because in the English language, there is no connection between the sound off a letter and how it is being pronounced When, um, written in the word when being part off a word of a word, and worse than that, there is no rule whatsoever how to pronounce whatsoever. So in fact, for a teaching English, you have to teach the correct pronunciation on the correct spelling off each and every word as there is no rule. This is why for English, it is so crucial to give the Children lots and lots off word words and to guide them as fast as possible to raiding because it's reading that will enrich the vocabulary. But of course it didn't know how to read. How will the reek? And this is what the three parts cards are. Four, especially if the Children are a little bit older, like they're at a school age. We need to give them topics which are really interesting, and we need to give them topics which are connected to English speaking countries, because living in a country that speaks any other language Italian, French, German, Chinese, any other one on, then to teach them first and foremost and most off the time, the things which they can name in their first language and read and write in the first language doesn't kill the interest for English that much who won lento understand how in your speaking countries are and what is particular there, and we want and understand how interesting are those countries and with the interests of the country. For the country comes the interest for the language. And what you see here are Australian animals, typical Australian animals. And each of those animals has something very interesting about them. Would you might want to tell the Children no how to work with this set. The Children have hopefully already worked with three parts cart sets. Hopefully the have and they know how those work they will take. They were first lay out all the cards that tough, the name and the animal, and they laid him out. In my case, I've laid them out in a logical order. All of them. These two rows are the mammals they have. The reptiles and fear are the birds. So I I personally have organized them in a biological. Why Then the Children matched up pictures with pictures. If you work in a 1 to 1 setting, you might first want to work with the child. And as a child is laying out the cards that have the animal on the name, you might want to name the animals as a chart is laying that out. So the child is laying the cards out. You just over Chuck, please lay the cards out and give them only those ones Later, Matt. And as a child is putting the Crites student carpet are on the table. You will name them Cameroon. They dio platypus dismay and devil Kuala one bet free lizard crooked I Haitham, you pay coca do and then you tell the Children Find the animals that match on as they the child is putting the picture on the picture You again say, Then go And does 1,000,000 devil dogs putting the court Tasmanian Devil ride one but right . The child is doing the work and you name the animals. And now if you are working with a child that knows how to read and write in their first language already it's important that Utah 95 the right words and the Children are taking these small carts. And you told them you find word of cards beyond. And now I need to tell you something and you explain to the child I need to tell you how to read the work. So you will know it was so The job is taking this card and you say, kangaroo, can you find kangaroo? The child is taking the next part you say. Bingo. Can you find the thing? Go on. The child will look compere on a place it and you go like this for all the cuts. Now, you might say how relevant of words like Kangaroo, Dingle, platypus, Tasmanian Devil, one back Qala froze lizard Imu property, Pellicano Tape on and Papa do. They are very relevant because Children left animals. They love stories about animals, and if they're interested, they learn. And as I said before, it's important for them to see as many words as possible and hear how they are being, um, pronounced. Otherwise, they don't have any chance to learn to read and write English. Now, if, um, your Children are in school and they need to write what they do, it's nice that after they finished laying that out, you'll tell them, Write the name off each animal into your journal so they will copy Kangaroo didn't go platypus dismay in devil and so on. If this is not a must in your setting, just leave them. Reading in this case is more crucial than writing. If they have fun writing, let them right, no problem. And make sure you do this many, many times. Milly, you have many different three parts Scorza with interesting topics, threatening topics and especially topics, which is typical for the countries where the language is being spoken so that the Children increased the interest and us increased the interest increased the vocabulary, their their knowledge off the language. So Khalfan, with lots of three parts card set, but bear in mind, you need to work with the Children at least one or two times before they're able toe. Um, no, I had the pronunciation off the words. 7. E7 Teaching English is tricky: I want to tell you a little bit about how tricky it is to teach servant to read a change. Most of the time when we teach the Children English as a second or as a foreign language, they know how to read their first language already. And English is read or spell in a totally different way from any other language in the world, as it doesn't have any rule now, generally, as we're used to teaching the alphabet. First, we teach the Children the English alphabet like a B, C, D E F G, and so on, and then we confront them with words. But it does not work that way, even in a traditional English setting. Pair off into on learning the alphabet a B, C, D. E f G, and then being confronted with words on because the words the pronunciation of words has nothing to do at all. With the pronunciation off the letters off the alphabet, the Children needs to memorize the spelling off each and every word alone, which is a huge word because work because English has a lot of words. Let me give an example with, um, if I will read it. According to the letter. It sounds I would read Why toe Who that will never, ever need me to pronouncing with which is the correct pronunciation. So teaching letters, sounds of letters and then expecting to him to be able to read with or sugar doesn't make any sense. Schumer's even though it was a very good example, Um, s u G A r well, letter sounds, Woody would be you dare Wow, that could never work. So we need to find a totally different way, and I will introduce you to distort it a different way, which is much more work than teaching to read in other languages. But, um, I consider, especially for younger learners, it's unavoidable. And it's also fun, as it has language. Fun in them. Maria Montez. Sorry. Okay. With color coded Siri's off words which were graded from easy toe heart so you would have the pink Siris on the pink. Siri's has just see these see words that means worth it. Our continent, vowel continent and in one set, our once. Yeah, one row one set. The consulate is being pronounced in the same way. So no mixture off you being pronounced a all or you or whatever. It's consistent. So the Children match the consistent samples. Some of them are even rhymes, which makes it easier for them to to remember that we should pay attention because as we go from the fanatics and the spelling, we have a mixture off themes and topics. So here for teaching the Children to read unusual, a correct way we're going away from the rule. Always say within one seem or one topic. Our topic here is the pronunciation. The easiest is the pink Siri's. Then we have the blue Siri's, where you have constant blends, which means to consummate meet each other on how they are being pronounced. And then we have the green Siri's, which are more complicated words where they have a double vowels, for example, like in wood, W, O. D. And other more complicated ones. But we go step by step has its according toa spelling and pronunciation. It's a mixture off, um, now owns and words totally mixed up here. Our goal is want the Children to be able to read English as we work with those Siri's, there is no more necessary a necessity to make the Children memorize all the words they are , they have toe learn. They will work with the Siri's, and they will get used to it on that, after the SYRIZA introduced more words gradually, we can give the word list. We can give them kind of words toe work, warming more with it. But teaching them to be able to read is so very crucial. Please remember if the Children do not speak. I understand and read image in a fluid way. That means they have grasped the language. Don't try to teach them any grammar. It doesn't make any sense because if they don't have a feeling off the language for the language and off the language, it didn't have an understanding off the language. If they there is no use to teaching them any grammar. Ato, because reading is so hard in English, leave the grammar outside. Don't try to teach the yeah, let them learn vocabulary, vocabulary, vocabulary. This is also one particularity off English. English has extremely on extremely large vocabulary. Many words are many languages have contributed to image. So you have from the German roots. You have a lot of words. So in the German words in English words. You have Latin words, and you are French words. So the original English language as we know it not counting foreign words with which are being introduced for whatever reason that the real age in the English Dictionary would find are from in the dream meant that is the English Latin on French. So it has an extremely rich vocabulary. Richard and many, many other languages or most other languages. I don't know, so bear in mind vocabulary is number one, the Rahm Marine English actually. So very easy, very, very easy that even if the child doesn't know any grammar, the child will be understood. So you can fluently speak English as love as you pronounce in the more or less correct way you will be understood. And then also, if you are able to read, you can understand the book if you're able three. But teaching grammar has no important if the Children are not able to read, so just leave it at Let's go to the Big series, which is the 1st 1 um, of those Siri's. If you have all the Children, like your teaching English in school to school Children, you might want to move out of the just teaching one series after the other for reading purposes and introduce more vocabulary. Parallel working with the Siri's, which will make the Children just see all those words here. All those words on enriched our vocabulary much, much faster because, as we are in this model, dealing with teaching Children English as a second language, they don't have to vocabulary, so they have to learn, not just learned to read. So we worked parallel with several methods at the same time, but we don't mix within one method. We don't go from heart too easy. We always go from easy tow her within the same metha on who bear in mind the particularities of English language. So the next you'll see is the pink Siri's. 8. E8 Pink Series : So what we have here is part off the pink Siri's there. Paella coated in paint. Um, and pink Serious simply means all the words are C V. C. Words. Consulate Valuable constant words on within one group, the vowel should be pronounced the same way. That is very important. What makes this fun, Even though it's a mixture off all types of topics and some words don't seem to be so interesting like ham is a word. Uh, might not seem to be so interesting, but what makes them fun is the Ryans that we have. This is our a serious, and it's very important. Don't put all the possible pink serious words into one box. You might want to have all the a words half path said man. Jim him, Ram Ken in one bucks, right. A on top of the box that you might have all the mm Yeah, me and pen. Bed. What? Pick leg in one bucks and right on top of the box. And what is enough? I say or we say mean, but on top of the box is an E on. This is how English is heart. No, I have a lady best this toy the correct order for, um, the Pink Series. Because off the rhymes we have head bed they are rise. But actually hat Pet said, man, there are rhymes only that said and met some little different from hat that we have Jim. Um ran. They are, um totally Ryan e words jammed him red. They rhyme can not so much. But if you organized according toa rhymes it will be easier. So thes words would be in one box Some people supports that said the A s a little bit longer and hat the is a little bit shorter should be separated, but somehow it will make it even more difficult than it is. Um, language is something alive, Something lively. Don't make it more difficult. You might want to come up with more words. That's fine. Okay, so this is according to the alphabet with this a the first vowel in the alphabets. Let's go to the second vowel in the alphabet, which is e. But in our pink serious words which last year the e is being for now, eh? This is why spelling when you start learning English when you start learning to read English doesn't make any sense because he would spell M e n. But but say Maine on what you see here, you mean But you're him pain so thes two are perfect rhymes. This is a little bit different. I've just decided to mix it to have the Ryans and to make it easier, um, have one set with eight words, and somehow they are still family. And if somebody says men, it will be understood perfectly. So man him, Ben are writing words. We have bad whip, the perfectly rhyming words. Then we could add the pet. It's not perfectly rhyming back, more or less Raimi, who have this not perfectly writing. Let me just bring it here. So which means bad weather pit They no 100% but still rhyming words with peg and leg. And again there is a little bit different in pronunciation. But we shouldn't underestimate the Children and make a big problem about each on every small and tiny a difference because that will make totally impossible to warn how to read English. So my second row are CVC words at Half e and the middle, but the E in all of this words is pronounced e No. What makes it so hard? Toe lure When it comes to reading and we make it easy by color, coding them. Let's go to the I worked all the words that have I in the middle in this row of this pink serious I've prepared for you are being pronounced e ma'am. It's pin be, which makes ever the Children to be alert pin bean thing. For effectively rhyming words, we have no and rip perfectly rhyming words at more or less rhyming. If big. So lip Rick Big acceptable. Not perfect, but still run. Then we're weak and cheek. Wait. And Jake, um, what is important? We much pictures on words. Um, some of the words might be match with objects, but as we want to really focus on the pronunciation and on the reading here and we want to read as a whole, we don't want to spell it out. This is why the picks the pictures, whether it's, um, words or whether it's now owns, who just tried to find the basket to possible to poetry what the word says and we're not translating at all, no matter what the languages the Children speak as their first language. We do not translate because the translation will totally destroy our lesson, which is reading English. So no translation here and we don't need the translation because we have the pictures. Now we are in a letter o or vowel o. We have the cup, the mop and the top, which are perfectly rhyming words again. We have parked and put two times because what is a flowerpot and one is a part for cooking and they're two different things. But one word. And that would even make it so easy for the Children as they do this work to remember all the vocabulary. Remember, vocabulary is the key toe understanding, speaking and reading any language and for our rhyming we have put put dot And then we have two words. We don't have rhymes for them, Fox and look, yeah, so mop top put. But that fucks look. And this year, the rhythm and the mallory of the language and basis. What makes it fun to read those words out loud to really? We hear those matching sounds, hearing the matching sounds by reading it out loud, looking at the pictures, which means understanding what did These will help the Children again. This would be an O box, so those words would be in one bucks. So the Children don't have toe. Figure out two million words. It will be confusing. It will be too much especially for Children who learn English as a foreign language. Eight words in one box, it's more than enough. If you want to increase it, you can gradually increase it. After the master. The first aid work. Eight words for box. In this case, you need five pink boxes. You you would need five equal pink boxes for them to do this pain. Siri's now we are in you. But all our words that have you in the middle all our CVC words with you in the middle are being pronounced as he run bun. Yeah Huh? Mac Okay. If not, we have again a lot off rhyming words. Oh, I've mixed it up myself. I was being misled by the Cup and the month which are not totally the same thing, but they resemble in purpose. And if it well you go. We have writing words We have run and fun, perfectly writing. Then stop perfectly rang me. And then we have Jeff have mark perfectly raining and we have the net, which is not rhyming to the other words. So to prepare this, Siri's look forward for CVC words, Um, if you you can just bring everything on pink paper if you like so printed black and white on pink paper, make sure the pictures are as clear as possible. So some things are hard to find. Pictures which are really clear, like this is the hug on when you know it, you will remember it than it's easy to understand. But the 1st 4 first I'm not so easy on this is ran, which is a word. It should be really clear that this is not main but run, but as there in one box the control of era. If the word run is left over, it must be this one and no more meat for selling vocabulary. We teach the Children to read short, easy words first clear ones first, and as the Lord to read, they learned of a popular at the same time. Another aspect which is so crucial about this pink Siri's All the words are really easy to pronounce There's nothing special. See, easy words are very easy to pronounce. Run Banged up. Yeah, Jack, huh? Map nuts. Very easy to pronounce. It makes a melody they fit Which other? And this will take the fear of the Children away. To pronounce strange words you might have ever heard from other people. It's hard to learn English. Maybe they have all the siblings who told them It's so hard to learn image. But you start with those simple, simple words and will make it. It will make it very simple. Toe correctly. Pronounce English to correctly, really and correctly right does not. If you're in school and your Children needs to write, you could just let them write one. Siri's one box Sorry, one bucks in a day. So let's say we are in the fifth day on The Child has laid out run band Top cap. Jackman had Mac and Net. Let the chart test copy the words into his journal, and if the child likes to draw, the child might want to draw the things by the sight of the words. Remember again, no translation. Because the translation off the first language, the stronger language would take away English, which is new