A fifth-grade child in our local area has a good foundation, is willing to learn, has good listening and reading skills, makes many mistakes in basic grammar, and has little training in speaking and writing. Parents accept my arrangement. Based on the child\’s learning situation and learning ability, I made a preliminary plan, which can be fine-tuned based on subsequent feedback. (1) Synchronous testing: After each unit is learned, do a set of synchronous exercises to see how well you have mastered the content of this unit. (2) Synchronously expand and make full use of the information at hand. It doesn’t matter which set of teaching materials you choose, what matters is how to use them. Just make good use of the resources you have. You can learn from any information, it just depends on how to use the \”one\” that your child has in hand to read. We will use this teaching aid. The reading content of the same grade is slightly simpler for this child. I asked her to read a sentence orally and translate it to me, and she was 90% accurate. Sometimes there were one or two new words in an article, and sometimes there were no new words. She understood the sentence structure, and there was no problem in switching from English to Chinese. I asked her to write down new words or phrases in her notebook, copy them, recite them and review them when she got home. If you can understand the new word or phrase by writing it down in Chinese, just write down the word or phrase. If it is difficult to understand, use an example sentence to understand it in a sentence. It’s no problem to learn from English to Chinese. It doesn’t take much time to finish reading one article, and then you can study in depth. I asked the kids to back translate. After the child orally translates the same article into English for me, I will speak Chinese again and ask the child to orally translate it into English. This exercises the child\’s oral expression ability. If the word can be spelled, writing it down is a written expression. But at this stage, I don’t let the children write. I will observe first and advance little by little. Don’t ask for too much all at once. Step by step is the key. Back translation is difficult. BFSU Cao Wen: How children can become English masters [Real full 50 episodes + PDF] can read and answer questions, but when back-translating into sentences, they are easily affected by Chinese. From now on, consciously cultivating Chinese-English conversion skills is very beneficial to English composition in junior high schools. For example, children understand the sentence pattern \”there be\”. But let them say, there is a picture on the wall. Many people’s first instinctive reaction is, The wall has a picture. They do not consider grammar or accurate English sentence structure at all. The correct English is: There is a picture on the wall. When encountering this situation, I will analyze the differences between Chinese and English and the skills of Chinese-English conversion. What penetrates this analysis process is the large grammatical framework. (3) Grammar problems It is easy to make mistakes in small grammatical points, such as singular and plural nouns, tenses, especially the third person singular. I used the New Concept Grammar System to sort it out for her. She knew that she had learned these grammar points, but she couldn\’t remember them accurately. Grammar is a thing that has been studied, known, and impressed, but the mind is still blank. It requires a completely different learning method. She had an impression, so I asked her to practice intensively and memorize it deliberately. I extracted the most important points and asked her to memorize them, and then find corresponding questions to practice. If you are interested in cohesive grammar in primary school, please read this article (4) Use English newspapers to expand reading and push reading to a new level. If the above goes well, andIf you have time and energy, start reading English newspapers. The language in newspapers is richer and there are many social hot topics. One short article after another, just randomly pick the one you like. Scan the code to listen to the reading, and you have practiced listening and reading well. We choose the 21st Century English version, the primary school student version. Our school gives it to us for free, and the teacher will also talk about it in class. (5) Daily review. Learn a little bit every day. Even if it is very familiar content, read it aloud. Accumulation over time is the most effective.