Flashcards help your students develop their vocabulary very fast.
They are a very useful tool if you want to avoid translation in your classroom and help your students pick up new vocabulary while having fun.
I love experimenting with them and I've realized that they are the best way to introduce syntax gradually.
What you may find here are phrases such as:
v e r b s:
"A thirsty cow drinking milk from a carton through a straw",
"A flea infested dog going crazy while trying to scratch the flea bugs out of his fur"
"Snoopy is going snorkelling"
"Snoopy is drawing a picture"
"The baby smells really bad"
"The girl is looking at herself in the mirror"
a n t o n y m s:
"A fast rabbit & A slow turtle"
"A cheap car & An expensive car"
a d j e c t i v e s:
"A furious man"
"A funny-looking lemon"
"A crazy man"
h e a l t h:
"The boy is wearing braces"
"The boy has a runny nose"
"The girl is dizzy"
"The boy has a throbbing headache"
how to use them
pre-intermediate: a boy has a headache
intermediate: a boy has a throbbing headache
advanced: a boy has a throbbing headache and needs a painkillerRAPIDSHARE :Original archive (Doc)
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