Margit has just sent in this video of her kids pretty fluently making sentences like “I don’t have to eat more vegetables but I can eat more vegetables.”
I must say it sounds very impressive.
Margit says the breakthrough with their English has been using the High School Hip Hop materials even with her younger students. This language is taken pretty much directly from one of those lessons: I don’t have, but I can.
As you can see they’ve done very well.
Margit does say she has an ulterior motive though. She figures that if more of you start using the Hip Hop materials it will pursuade me to make more of them. Which, judging by this video, it just might!
P.S. The game here is the leapfrog game:
1. Kids start at opposite ends of the cards.
2. They make the sentence using each card.
3. Then “rock, paper, scissors” when they meet.
P.P.S. Today is the start of the brand new March comment competition, comment on this post and you might win a Genki English CD of your choice!
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