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Marsh, Alan
May 2013
English Teaching Professional;May2013, Issue 86, p48
The article discusses strategies for teaching fluent English language vocabulary. It mentions to provide students with circumlocution strategies, ways of explaining them the words that they don't know. It also outlines several classroom activities into stages which incorporates engagement features to facilitate noticing and accelerate internalisation.


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