Do you teach children aged between 5 and 12? Are you looking for new ideas and activities to use in the classroom? If so, ETpedia Young Learners contains 50 units each with 10 points covering everything you need to know about teaching, managing and engaging young learners. It is full of practical ideas, useful tips and a whole range of activities in the Appendix for you to photocopy and use immediately. You can read it from cover to cover, or dip in to find ideas and tasks whenever you need them. Whether you are a newly qualified teacher, or you just want to reinvigorate your teaching practice, ETpedia Young Learners is here to help you.
- Preparation and planning tips on getting to know your students
- Discovering how to get the best from young learners
- Useful behaviour management secrets and tools
- Keeping young learners attention using music, stories and craft activities
You can take a look at a sample chapter of ETpedia Young Learners here. It is part of the ETpedia series, which each provide 500 practical ideas and tips on a particular topic. Other titles in the series include ETpedia Teenagers, ETpedia Exams, ETpedia Vocabulary and ETpedia Management.
If you are a new teacher ETpedia Young Learners will provide you with a range of practical activities and support. The section on things to avoid in the young learner classroom will be particularly helpful.
Experienced teachers can get lots of fresh new ideas to add to your repertoire.
If you are studying for an ELT qualification, ETpedia Young Learners covers areas you will look at in input sessions of your course and give you ideas for your teaching practice.
Teacher trainers can use the checklist to prepare training sessions.
Publication: 21 November 2016
- Preparation and planning
- In the classroom
- Songs, chants and rhymes
- Stories and drama
- Arts and crafts and games (TPR activities)
- Activities for topics
- Further development
If you would like to get your copy immediately or save on postage costs, you can now buy a Kindle version of ETpedia Young Learners! You can also take a look inside before you buy. Kindle editions can be read on the Kindle app across most devices, including phones, tablets and computers, so you do not need a Kindle device to purchase a copy.
On the Kindle version, in the Appendix you will also find photocopiable handouts with additional classroom activities. These can be used exactly as they are, or adapted and developed to suit your own context. You will also find a link to a digital version of the handouts at the start of the Appendix section so you can download you own version or make print outs when you need them.