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Vocabulary developing - environmental protection

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This educational resource is located on a BlogSpot whose name is Hungarian Course for Beginners and Advanced. Numerous written and oral assignments and online exercises for learning and teaching Hungarian as a foreign language can be found on this website. The tasks can be downloaded free of charge in PDF format. But you have to register beforehand.
This assignment meets the needs of intermediate level students learning Hungarian for environmental protection. This complex task sheet contains tasks for vocabulary expansion, grammar practice, speaking practice and comprehension of read text. The exercises contain the basic vocabulary for environment protection. These assignments are suitable for both independent and classroom use. One can easily turn this worksheet into an online assignment.

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It is unknown to me whether this resource has already been used. The assignment sheet is free to download, but there is no feedback on this website.
This task is suitable for students at B1 language level. The target group is participants in Hungarian language course. The language course is for the technical language of environmental protection. The number of participants in the group is not relevant. The tasks can be used both as partner work and group work.
The aim of the task is: the students should get to know the vocabulary of environmental protection that can use fixed collocations. Besides, the language learners have to understand the information of the article about environmental protection. The associated grammar is also practiced: conjugating verbs and using the imperative form.


Introductory activity / warmup: Show the pictures on the paper with the exercise on, with a word hedgehog on the board you can activate the previous knowledge and arouse interest in learning the topic.
Step 1: Grammar: Repeat the previous knowledge about imperative with the help of frequently used example sentences. First form verbally then in writing the imperative form of verbs. Exercise 1.
Step 2: Reading comprehension:
- Before reading have a chat about the article's name and its possible content.
- Read the text with the right strategy and pair the questions with the answers. Check your answers in pairs or smaller groups.
After reading: create an interview using the given questions.
Step 3: Read the text of the third exercise, and fill in the blank spots. Fill in the correct word instead of the given term.
Step 4: The students split up in pairs or small groups and with the help of the picture we used during the introduction, they make short dialogues.


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The capacity to motivate students to improve their language skills


Effectiveness in introducing innovative, creative and previously unknown approaches to LSP learning


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Availability of appropriate tools for lecturers to monitor students’ progress and for students to assess own progress and to reflect on learning


Flexibility of the contents and possibilities for the LSP lecturers to adapt the contents to their and to students’ need


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This task sheet meets the needs of students learning Hungarian as a foreign language at the intermediate level. It is available in PDF format, but teachers can easily do an online assignment of it. The students are motivated by interesting tasks and the use of many pictures. In this case the language of study is Hungarian, but these tasks could easily be adapted to other languages. Monitoring students' own progress is not a challenge, as there is a key to the solution at the end. It is possible to adapt the content to the needs of the students and add more reading comprehension. The specialist vocabulary enriches knowledge about environmental protection.
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