TaskWatch Lindsay and Marie Therese talking about setting context in online lessons and answer the questions.
- When do teachers typically set context, according to Lindsay and Marie Therese?
- Which ways of setting context do Lindsay and Marie Therese mention? Choose from the list below.
|A picture||A drawing|
|A cartoon||A short text|
|A film clip||A video presentation|
|An anecdote or story||Realia (props)|
|An avatar||The learners|
Reflect and shareWhat ways do you typically use to set context of language items in a face-to-face classroom? Do you think these will be easily transferable to a digital classroom? How might you need to adapt your method(s)? Share your ideas in the comments and reply to at least two comments by other participants.
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