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    What ideas would you bring to the classroom to make the learning of vocabulary more interesting?

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    The learning of vocabulary should not be based only on rote memorization, or repetition. An example of rote learning is the audio-lingual method which does not contextualize the vocabulary and thereby does not allow students to make meaningful connections of the learned vocabulary to real language use.

    In order to meaningfully engage students, I would introduce a topic that is of interest to the students. For example, if I wanted the students to learn about English fashion in order to introduce words such as shirt, jeans, sweater, etc, I would first introduce students to ...

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    Provides a discussion on how to make learning more interesting in the classroom.