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I n a cas e suc h a s thi s som e Verse and Worse 3 7 change or modification i s needed. Fortunately, many traditional rhymes need only slight modifications to achieve both of the above requirements. e. the game that accompanied it in the first place, since it is usually the game that supplies the motivation to chant the rhyme. When introducing such rhymes to pupils, the teacher should therefore begin by introducing the accompanying activity first. During recess the teacher might, for example , get some children to start a skipping competition.
Keeping score involves counting so the accompanying chant offers a 'meaningfu l drill' , a drill with a built-in purpose. The children voluntaril y practise saying English numbers, in numerical order, while they are absorbed in the competition and , therefore , i n seein g how high th e numbers wil l go. Since, however, this sort of competition may be carried out over a period of days, the children are also involved in recalling and comparing scores in order to determine the relative positions of the competitors.
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A Communicative Grammar of English by Geoffrey Leech, Jan Svartvik