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Age : 63
Location : Ouled-Djellal
Registration date : 2008-09-25

PostSubject: Practice Silent Letters   Fri Oct 31, 2008 7:01 pm


Lesson: can be done in class as group work or outdoor as a research activity.

Material:- Oxford Dictionaries.
- cards.

AIM: help learners acquire competency in pronouncing words containing silent letters.


Teacher prepares the cards to be used. Ready to use ones are on:

Teacher gives a number of cards to a group.

1- Look up the words in the dictionary tehn copy the phonetic transcription.

Learners do. example: knit / nit / limb / lim /

2- Copy the word on your sheet then cross the silent letter.

Learners do. example : knit (cross k) etc...

3- Read the words many times. Be careful to the silent letter.

Feedback: get the learners talk about their learning: the silent letters.

Possible feedback:

Learner: in listen; we don't read the letter 't'.
Teacher: Why?
Learner: this letter is silent. We write it but we don't pronounce it.
Teacher: Good job. Thank you.

You can use this PPT presentation or any other.


Habba Mohamed

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