Drawing tutorial

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Sometimes we find ourselves in need of images in class when we haven’t prepared any. For example, a learner might ask the meaning of a word they have encountered outside the lesson. In this case, an image can sometimes help to show meaning by providing context.

As we discussed earlier this week, if you have a projector or smartboard, you can easily download and show images to the whole class on the board. However, if you have a blackboard or whiteboard, you either need to use printed images or draw them yourself!

  • In what situations do you draw on your board or search online for images during the class? Do you ever ask your learners to do this? Why?

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