Metrics

  • citations in SCIndeks: 0
  • citations in CrossRef:0
  • citations in Google Scholar:[]
  • visits in previous 30 days:3
  • full-text downloads in 30 days:0

Contents

article: 5 from 8  
Back back to result list
Rhyming is fun: An interactive approach in TEFL to young learners
University of Arts, Faculty of Applied Arts

emailsdjolic@nadlanu.com
Keywords: young learners; rhymes; learning; interactive approach; enjoyment
Abstract
In this paper rhyming is considered as an important pedagogical aid that gives pleasure to young learners of EFL and helps language instructors create a relaxing atmosphere in the classroom. Our main concern will be directed towards rhymes as a material for teaching which brings enjoyment into the classroom through pleasant sensory images, beautiful words and subtle descriptions. By applying the teaching technique of rhyming teachers enter the children's world of images on one side and on the other bring an effective stimulus challenging a greater impact on the learning process. To understand the role of rhyming and implementing rhymes in the young learners' curriculum of EFL, basic methodological principles through the topic approach will be discussed in the paper. The author will show her great support for the advocates of the topic approach after the investigation has been undertaken among the learners of the Little Children Academy in Belgrade. Rhyming can be fun is an interactive activity based on the analyzed language teaching principles.
References
Đolić, S. (2005) My book of words. Beograd: Zavod za udžbenike I nastavna sredstva
Finocchiaro, M. (1969) Teaching English as a Second Language. New York: Harper & Raw
Harmer, J. (2007) How to teach English. Harlow: Longman
Hudelson, S. (1991) EFL Teaching and Children: A Topic-Based Approach. English Teaching FORUM, XXIX,4, pp. 2-5
Krashen, S.D. (1981) Principles and practice in second language acquisition. Hempstead: Prentice Hall Europe
Lindfors, J. (1987) Children's language and learning. Prentice-Hall: Englewood Cliffs
Mccready, G.H. (1976) Creating and using communication songs. English Teaching FORUM, XIV, 4, str. 2-10
Piaget, J. (1955) The language and thought of the child. Cleveland, Ohio: World Publishing Company
Richards, J. (1969) Songs in language learning. TESL Quarterly, 3,2
Vygotsky, L.S. (1962) Thought and language. Cambridge, MA, itd: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press / MIT Press
 

About

article language: English
document type: Review Paper
published in SCIndeks: 27/04/2010

Related records

Psihijatrija danas (2013)
Converzations with a jar and a burner: The private speech of adults
Mirić Jovan, et al.

Zb Filoz fak Priština (2018)
Translation as a writing strategy and the resulting negative language transfer
Stanojević-Gocić Maja P., et al.

Psihologija (2007)
Construction and co-construction in cognitive development
Jovanović Vitomir, et al.

show all [33]