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Describing another teaching method of mine

Teaching English speaking through puppetry

I was in charge of the puppetry team in my school and use this method to teach speaking in my classes.

How to proceed:

Devise a 5 to7 minute script and give each of students a role in the play. Students begin working on the design of puppets, props, and backdrops. Have students watch sample videos to learn the basic of puppetry. Teach students how to pronounce all the words in the script, intonations, and puppetry techniques. Each of Students will receive an audio clip of the play. Ask them to listen to the audio clip and repeat their lines as many times as they can at home. Have students record their voice repeating their lines. Discuss their recordings with them and tell them what changes they need to make. Students practice the play twice a week, and they will perform a puppet show at the end of the school year.

Things I have learned from this teaching method:

Puppetry is an effective learning tool with a unique approach to the development of speaking skills in a fun and engaging manner. I have discovered that students can learn much better while they are having fun talking through a puppet. Puppetry provides a medium in which students become more comfortable expressing themselves verbally. With using this method, it helps students begin to develop risk-taking skills that helps them come out of their fears of speaking English through the use of puppets. Students become less inhibited when they are hidden behind the puppet theatre that takes the focus off them, and students find them less intimidating for performing puppet shows. Puppets are excellent tools to encourage and motivate even the most shy students to practice speaking English. Once students become more comfortable and less self-conscious, they are more available to start a simple conversation with others in English even more they become comfortable speaking English in front of their peers.

Moreover, another key element of this method is listening to and repeating the audio clip of their lines that really naturally builds students’ fluency. What they are doing is training their brains, their mouths, their tongues, and their lips, and building their flow, making them speak whole sentences instead of just words that really helps students speak English naturally. By doing so, they will naturally mimic the pronunciation, the flow, the tones, the volumes, the expressions, the speed of speaking English.



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Describing another teaching method of mine
Teaching English speaking through puppetry

I was in charge of the puppetry team in my school and use this method to teach speaking in my classes.

How to proceed:

Devise a 5 to7 minute script and give each of
the students a role in the play. Students begin working on the design of puppets, props, and backdrops. Have students watch sample videos to learn the basic basics of puppetry. Teach students how to pronounce all the words in the script, intonations with the correct intonation , and puppetry techniques. Each of Students the students will receive an audio clip of the play. Ask them to listen to the audio clip and repeat their lines as many times as they can at home. Have students record their voice repeating their lines. Discuss their recordings with them and tell them what changes they need to make. Students practice the play twice a week, and they will perform a the puppet show at the end of the school year.

Things I have learned from this teaching method:

Puppetry is an effective learning tool with a unique approach to
the development of developing speaking skills in a fun and engaging manner. I have discovered that students can learn much better while they are having fun talking through a puppet. Puppetry provides a medium in which students become more comfortable expressing themselves verbally. With using this This method , it helps students begin to develop risk-taking skills that helps , which in turn help them come break out of their fears fear of speaking English through the use of puppets . Students become less inhibited when they are hidden behind the puppet theatre that , which takes the focus off them, and so students find them it less intimidating for performing to perform puppet shows. Puppets are excellent tools to encourage and motivate even the most shy students to practice speaking English. Once students become more comfortable and less self-conscious, they are more available willing to start a simple conversation with others in English even , and what is more , they become comfortable speaking English in front of their peers.

Moreover, another key element of this method is listening to and repeating the audio clip of their lines
that , which really naturally builds students’ fluency. What they are doing is training their brains, their mouths, their tongues, and their lips, and building their flow, making them speak whole sentences instead of just words that . This really helps students speak English naturally. By doing so this , they will naturally mimic the pronunciation, the flow, the tones, the volumes volume , the expressions, and the speed of speaking spoken English.



Dose Does it make sense? [Yes!]
I think my writing is a bit redundant.
Please help me make it more precise and concise.
Thanks.
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Describing another teaching method of mine
Teaching English speaking through puppetry I was am in charge of the puppetry team in my school and use this method to teach speaking in my classes. How to proceed: Devise a 5 to7 minute script and give each of students student a role in the play. Students begin working on the design of puppets, props, and backdrops. Have students watch sample videos to learn the basic basics of puppetry. Teach students how to pronounce all the words in the script, intonations, and puppetry techniques. Each of Students student will receive an audio clip of the play. Ask them to listen to the audio clip and repeat their lines as many times as they can at home. Have students record their voice repeating their lines. Discuss their recordings with them and tell them what changes they need to make. Students practice the play twice a week, and they will perform a puppet show at the end of the school year. Things I have learned from this teaching method: Puppetry is an effective learning tool with a unique approach to the development of speaking skills in a fun and engaging manner. I have discovered that students can learn much better while they are having fun talking through a puppet. Puppetry provides a medium in through which students become more comfortable expressing themselves verbally. With using this This method , it helps students begin to develop risk-taking skills that helps them come out of and begin to lose their fears of speaking English through the use of puppets . Students become less inhibited when they are hidden behind the puppet theatre that . It takes the focus off them, and students they find them less intimidating for performing puppet shows less intimidating . Puppets are excellent tools to encourage and motivate even the most shy shyest students to practice speaking English. Once students become more comfortable and less self-conscious, they are more available to start a simple conversation with others in English even more , and they become comfortable speaking English in front of their peers. Moreover, another Another key element of this method is listening to and repeating the audio clip of their lines that really , which naturally builds students’ fluency. What they are doing is training their brains, their mouths, their tongues, and their lips, and building their the flow of the language , making them speak whole sentences naturally, instead of just words that really helps students speak English naturally . By doing so, they will naturally mimic the pronunciation, the flow, the tones, the volumes, the expressions , and the speed of speaking English. Dose Does it make sense? I think my writing is a bit redundant. Please help me make it more precise and concise. Thanks I changed 'was' to 'am' at the beginning, because it sounds like you are currently in the position, and currently using the method . 'Moreover' and 'redundant' are words you would scarcely use in general speech. Use them carefully or not at all. Well done.
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