BASIC VOCABULARIES ABOUT THINGS IN THE CLASSROOM



When teaching at Elementary school, especially the first and the second grade, the important vocabularies they must master are things in the classroom. After learning numbers, alphabet, usually these two grades should know the classroom vocabularies.  The approach of the teaching learning process at the elmentary school is a contextual learning. Students learn many things around the classroom they live in. They can show and pronounce many things in the classroom. The things are real in the classroom.  The teacher can use the exact method in giving the students new vocabularies in the classroom. He can use a song relating to the material learning, he can play a game that encourages the students to obtain new vocabularies, or he can use some related flashcards and so on.

Benda-benda di kelas
The Students of SD N Siberuk are studying in the classroom


The following words are the basic vocabularies that Elementary students should master:

English
Indonesian
Door
Pintu
Window
Jendela
Table
Meja
Desk
Meja kerja/guru
Chair
Kursi
Blackboard
Papan tulis hitam
Whiteboard
Papan Tulis putih
Chalk
Kapur
Ruler
Penggaris
Eraser
Penghapus
Floor
Lantai
Wall
Dinding
Book
Buku
dictionary
Kamus
Pencil
Pensil
pencil sharpener
Rautan
Ballpoint/Pen
Pena/pulpen
Correcting fluid
Penghapus tinta/tip-x
Clock
Jam
Calendar
kalender
Roof
Atap
Map
Peta
Light/lamp
Lampu
Cupboard
Almari
Picture
Gambar/foto
Bookshelf
Rak buku
Bag
Tas
Broom
Sapu
Trash box
Tempat sampah

Those are the examples of the basic vocabularies we often find for elemntary school students. 



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Ditulis oleh: Mustofa Muhammad - Tuesday, July 10, 2012

10 komentar untuk "BASIC VOCABULARIES ABOUT THINGS IN THE CLASSROOM"

  1. loh kok pindah tempat "d
    salam kenal, blogging mas

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  2. Slam kenal juga thanks for visiting

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  3. aslmkm mas

    mau tanya nie mas, pembelajaran berbasis CTI itu bagaimana ya mas.

    thanks

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  4. Wlkmsalam silahkan mbk belajar lebih jelasnya di tautan ini mbk http://sarwanto.staff.fkip.uns.ac.id/files/2010/08/1_MODEL.CTL.ppt

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  5. it's cute technique, knowing some stuff around, yup - our environment just showing without telling.

    seem familiar your name in englishindo comments

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  6. Haha...Thanks kang Mochtar for coming again here...Yeah I am a fan of Englishindo site, I often update visiting at the site..

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  7. I'll copy above material for my sharing partner. Coz I'm not teacher thus I don't like to call them students, too. Ha3x. As my experienced, I never call MR to bule or expatriates, but love to say PAK. Mixed Bahasa and English. Why not?! Another technique to positioned English same as Bahasa - just one tool of communication with others.

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  8. The pleasure is mine. Sorry for not giving such a good material. I just can post such a poor article...anyway, Thanks for often coming here pals, sorry I don't know the term "pals" heheh, I just imitate you. Mr Mochtar I like your comments...

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  9. Ha3x gotta lovely you say that, as my friend who has background in English also ask me about that. he3x. As suggestion, no need always say sorry for everything, as it's no need to do and unfamiliar. Coz you're a teacher (?). It's become habits? Or, I'm not polite anymore? As we think it off, by saying sorry, will get impact in feeling guilty, unconsciously. It would be influenced to students, even you don't want it happened.

    We get in trap in tenses thus un-realized that there's any different cultural sense between them.

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  10. I think I must be polite, humble.. I, myself have lots of lack, Sorry is one of my expression for being imperfect..

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