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Primary

In the primary classroom, particularly the early years, often students have not yet developed first language reading and writing skills to a level that will allow them to learn to read and write in English. This means that English language development is more often focused on speaking and listening skills.

We know that language acquisition takes place when learners are relaxed, motivated, exposed to language and focused on meaning, so it is important for teachers to provide these kinds of classroom conditions as often as possible. This means lowering anxiety, motivating the children and focusing attention on using the language to 'do things'…craft activities can do just that!




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Beep
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Join In
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Twistaround
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Grammar Corner
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Thumbs Up!
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Step Up Higher
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Star Players
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Sprint
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Spotlight on English
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Lighthouse
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Cool Kids