Drills activities to improve students’ pronunciation after teaching new vocabulary, grammar points and sentence structures. (2023)

Types of drills in teaching English



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Drills activities to improve students’ pronunciation after teaching new vocabulary, grammar points and sentence structures. (1)

What is drilling?
Drilling is a lingual technique to introduce new language items to your students based on students repeating a model provided by the teacher. It used after teaching new vocabulary, grammar points and sentence structures. Drills are usually conducted chorally (the whole class repeats) then individually.

This technique is used to:

  • Focus on accuracy rather than fluency.
  • Improve students´ pronunciation.
  • Provide practice on difficult sounds and imitate intonation.
  • Practice chunks of the language in a safe environment for the students.
  • Memorize common language patterns.

There are different types of drills:

1. The repetition drill
The teacher says models (the word or phrases) and the students repeat it to acquire acceptable pronunciation using the proper stress, rhythm and intonation where required.

Example #1:
Teacher : I like cooking.
Students : I like cooking.
Teacher : I like playing.
Students : I like playing.

Verbs to express daily actions: cook, play, read, watch, ride, skate, go out, swim, listen, do, sing, talk, chat, text, etc.

Example #2:
Teacher : I dislike listening to rock music.
Students : I dislike listening to rock music.
Teacher : I hate doing homework.
Students : I hate doing homework.
Teacher : I enjoy going out.
Students : I enjoy going out.
Teacher : I love chatting.
Students : I love chatting.

Verbs to express likes and dislikes: like, dislike, hate, enjoy, love, adore, detest, loathe, etc.

2.The substitution drill
​The teacher substitutes one or more keywords, or changes the prompt, and the learners say the new structure.

2.1 Simple substitution drill
The teacher reads a sentence and the students repeat it, and then calls out a word that the students must fit into the sentence.

Teacher : Diana likes pop music.
Students : Diana likes pop music.
Teacher : Rock.
Students : Diana likes rock music.
Teacher : He hates doing homework.
Students : He hates doing homework.
Teacher : Karate.
Students : He hates doing karate.
Teacher : I like watching TV.
Students : I like watching TV.
Teacher : He.
Students : He likes watching TV.
Teacher : They like going out.
Students : They like going out.
Teacher : (not)
Students : They don’t like going out.

2.2 Multiple substitution drill
The teacher reads a sentence and the students repeat it, and then calls out two or more words that the students must fit into the sentence.

Teacher : My brother likes listening to pop music.
Students : My brother likes listening to pop music.
Teacher : sister - rock.
Students : My sister likes listening to rock music.
Teacher : mother – romantic.
Students : My mother likes listening to romantic music.

3. Question and answer drill
The teacher gives students practice with answering questions. The students should answer the teacher’s questions very quickly. It is also possible for the teacher to let the students practice asking a question as well. This gives students practice with the question pattern.

Teacher : Does he like pizza? Yes?
Students : Yes, he does.
Teacher : No?
Students : No, he does not.

4.Transformation drill
The teacher gives students a certain kind of sentence pattern, an affirmation sentence for example. Students are asked to transform this sentence into a negative sentence. Other examples of transformations to ask of students are changing a statement into a question, an active sentence into a passive one, or direct speech into a reported speech.

Example: (positive into negative)
Teacher : I clean the house.
Students : I don’t clean the house.
Teacher : She sings a song.
Students : She doesn’t sing a song.
Teacher : My favorite hobby is playing chess.
Students : My favorite hobby is not playing chess.

5. Replacement drill
Students replace a noun with a pronoun. It is the same drill as substitution drill but it involves with a replacement.

Teacher : I like yoga.
Students : I like it.
Teacher : Baseball and volleyball are my favorite sports.
Students : They are my favorite sports.
Teacher : Michael doesn’t like comics.
Students : He doesn’t like comics.

6. The expansion drill
This drill is used when a long line dialog is giving students trouble. The teacher breaks down the line into several parts. The students repeat a part of the sentence, usually the last phrase of the line. Then following the teacher’s cue, the students expand what they are repeating part at the end of the sentence (and works backward from there) to keep the intonation of the line as natural as possible. This also directs more student attention to the end of the sentence, where new information typically occurs.

Teacher : My sister is 9 years old.
Students : My sister is 9 years old.
Teacher : She likes playing soccer.
Students : She likes playing soccer.
Teacher : My sister is 9 years old. She likes playing soccer.
Students : My sister is 9 years old. She likes playing soccer.
Teacher : She is a goalkeeper.
Students : She is a goalkeeper.
Teacher : My sister is 9 years old. She likes playing soccer. She is a goalkeeper.
Students : My sister is 9 years old. She likes playing soccer. She is a goalkeeper.

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What are some examples of drills? ›

There are different types of drills:
  • Repetition or imitation drills. Basically, a teacher says a model and the students repeat it. ...
  • Substitution drills. Teachers use substitution drills to practice structures or vocabulary items. ...
  • Question and answer drills. ...
  • Transformation drills. ...
  • Chorus drills.
12 May 2016

What is drill and practice method of teaching? ›

Drill and practice is a behaviorist aligned technique in which students are given the same materials repeatedly until mastery is achieved.

What are drills in language teaching? ›

What are language drills? Language drills are a way of memorising a chunk of language by repeating it. They can be a very effective approach for learning new vocabulary or language structures. They are a way of ensuring new vocabulary is introduced in a curriculum context.

What are vocabulary drills? ›

Vocabulary Drills helps students learn how to approach new words and to become more comfortable with the language - freeing them to explore new words and their meanings. Vocabulary study is contextualized with both narrative and expository passages.

What are the examples of drill and practice activities? ›

Drill and practice is used to master basic skills and improve speed or accuracy. For example, using flashcards to help a student master basic multiplication facts. A predominant use of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) has been with drill and practice activities.

What are the 5 types of drill? ›

Different Drill Types
  • Hand drill. The hand drill or eggbeater drill is a gear-driven manual tool. ...
  • Brace drill. This is another manual drilling tool invented in the 1420s. ...
  • Corded drill. When it comes to electric drills, the corded drill type is a good choice. ...
  • Hammer drill. ...
  • Cordless drill. ...
  • Drill press.
31 Aug 2018

What are the 3 types of drills? ›

Choose from drill-drivers, hammer drills, right-angle drills and impact drivers. Each type of drill has a lot of features so that you can pick the one best suited for your job. A corded tool usually costs less and delivers more powerful torque. However, for many, the best drill for home use is a cordless model.

What are drills and exercises necessary in the teaching/learning process? ›

Definition. The term drill and practice is defined as a method of instruction characterized by systematic repetition of concepts, examples, and practice problems. Drill and practice is a disciplined and repetitious exercise, used as a mean of teaching and perfecting a skill or procedure.

What is a pronunciation drill? ›

Types of Pronunciation Drills:

Repetition. Model a phrase/sentence and get your students to repeat it back to you. The most common form of drilling is to get the whole class repeating after you in shorts bursts, although it's difficult to really know who is just lip-syncing with this one.

What is an example of drill in lesson plan? ›

Stand-up/Sit-down Drill

The students stand in front of their chairs. The teacher gives them a prompt (such as a flash card), and the students repeat – or say – the target language three times and then quickly sit down. The last student to sit down loses a point for their team (or must answer a penalty question).

What is a drill activity? ›

Activities associated with drilling include initial site visit, clearing, and site preparations, installation of the drill rig, drilling, containment and removal of any waste product, stabilization of the site, installation of the pump check, installation of the gathering and transmission line and tank battery ...

What are good vocabulary activities? ›

1. Reading a lot: Reading
  • Reading a lot: Reading everything we can get your hands on is one of the most passive and most effective ways to boost your vocabulary.
  • Keeping a thesaurus and a dictionary nearby.
  • Making Flashcards.
  • Describing our Surroundings.
  • Listening to Music.
  • Committing to learning one new word every day.

What activities help in improving vocabulary? ›

Here are some tips to help you start learning new vocabulary words:
  • Develop a reading habit. ...
  • Use the dictionary and thesaurus. ...
  • Play word games. ...
  • Use flashcards. ...
  • Subscribe to “word of the day” feeds. ...
  • Use mnemonics. ...
  • Practice using new words in conversation.
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What are the main types of drills? ›

So, let's see what are the most common types of drills.
  • Hand Drill. A hand drill is the simplest form of drills. ...
  • Hand Drill and Brace. Even though we live in the 21st century, people still use these tools. ...
  • Standard Electric Drill. ...
  • Hammer Drill. ...
  • Benchtop Drill Press. ...
  • Twist Bits. ...
  • Masonry Bits. ...
  • Dowel Bits.
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What are the 5 purposes of drill? ›


In today's Army, the same objectives—teamwork, confidence, pride, alertness, attention to detail, esprit de corps, and discipline—are accomplished by drill.

What are the oral drills? ›

Oral drills usually seen as a boring and old method which can only help the students memorize sentence or words but they do not understand what they are saying. The students with low memorization will find a hard time to recall all the sentences that are given (Kaplan, 2010).

What are the 4 main types of drill available? ›

Types of drill
  • Combi drills. Combi drills offer all the same features as a drill driver, but with the additional hammer-action feature, making it suitable for drilling into masonry and brick too. ...
  • Impact driver. ...
  • Hammer drill. ...
  • SDS hammer drill.

What are the 2 different types of drills? ›

There are two main types of drills: the drill/driver and the hammer drill.
  • Drill/drivers are used for drilling holes and driving screws into timber, metal or plastic. ...
  • Hammer drills do the same but also have a hammer setting that rocks the drill bit in and out for drilling into masonry (brick, stone and concrete).

What is the most common type of drill used today? ›

Drill Driver – One of the Most Common Types of Drills

No matter the voltage, battery size, or brand, these tools simply spin a bit clockwise and counterclockwise. Some cordless drills and drivers also feature a drill clutch that lets you mechanically set the amount of power it transfers when you're driving screws.

What is the 3 part drill? ›

WHAT IS THE THREE-PART DRILL? Simply put, the Three-Part Drill is a three-step process that serves as a reading and spelling review of previously introduced sounds and skills. It includes 3 methods of review: visual, auditory, and blending.

What is basic drill? ›

Heels together and in line; feet turned out at an angle of thirty degrees; legs straight; body erect and square to the front; arms hanging easily and as straight as the natural bend of the arm will allow; wrists straight, hands clenched, knuckles outside; thumbs to the front, close to the forefinger, and immediately ...

Why are the activities of drill done? ›

Drills are defined as discrete practices that children learn a skill without the concept of any game awareness. Whereas a game-based approach to learning is where children learn a skill though a game. They start to develop technical, tactical skills and can understand why they are doing an activity.

What are drill questions? ›

Drill Down questions allow users to select an answer by narrowing down their choice from a general category to a specific category. For example, you could first have users select which state they live in, and then select a city within that state. In this Article...

What is drill explain with examples? ›

A drill is a power tool that's used for making narrow holes or sometimes for pushing screws into wood or other hard material. The word is also a verb to describe the action a drill performs. For example, a dentist might drill into your tooth if you have a cavity.

How do you play the vocabulary game? ›

The Rules:

Divide the class into two teams. Each member of the team is asked a vocabulary question (definition, spelling, pronunciation, etc.). If the student gets the answer right, he wins a point for his team, and he has the chance of getting another question if he's able to make a basketball shot.

What methods techniques are used for teaching pronunciation? ›

It is stated that there are three significant approaches to teach pronunciation namely analytic-linguistic approach, intuitive-imitative approach and integrative approach. The mentioned approaches are associated with different methods of language teaching.

How do you teach pronunciation in a lesson plan? ›

ESL Pronunciation Lesson Plan Procedure
  1. Present the text to the students. Whether you're using the course textbook or your own text, ensure that every student has a copy to read. ...
  2. Read to the students. ...
  3. Read the text again. ...
  4. Review difficult words. ...
  5. Give every student a chance to read. ...
  6. Correct the reading. ...
  7. Finish the reading.
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How do you teach pronunciation skills? ›

5 Techniques For Teaching English Pronunciation
  1. 1: Teaching English pronunciation with phonics exercises: ...
  2. 2: Use the different mouth positions to master English pronunciation:
  3. 3: Teaching methods for intonation, syllable stress, and vowel length: ...
  4. 4: Teach students to pronounce words by cross-referencing minimal pairs:
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What is conversation drill? ›

Drills are a vital part of language study. Simply put, a drill is a type of highly controlled or mechanical written or oral exercise in which students respond to a given cue.

What are 5 ways that a teacher can build students vocabulary? ›

Here are 5 tricks and tips to help your students increase their vocabulary.
  • Take a systematic approach to vocabulary practice. Students should be encouraged to learn new vocabulary daily, but in short spurts. ...
  • Reading for meaning. ...
  • Teach vocabulary in context. ...
  • Teach vocabulary specific to the content. ...
  • Word association.
11 Oct 2017

How can teacher improve the students vocabulary? ›

Provide a student-friendly definition of each word. You may want to repeat this several times. Provide examples for each word beyond the context of the text. Encourage children to provide examples of their own so they personalize the word, relating it to their own context.

What is the best vocabulary learning activity that helps students in language learning? ›

Games like Scrabble, Pictionary or a round of Charades also encourage vocabulary development and communication skills. Jokes. Telling age-appropriate puns will also help foster good humour and creativity in children. This also encourages wordplay and imagination.

What are the five strategies of enriching vocabulary in the classroom? ›

The teacher of the fifth year of SD N I Jatirejo uses six strategies in vocabulary enrichment. The strategies for vocabulary enrichment employed by the teacher of the fifth year of SD N I Jatirejo are (1) definition, (2) self-defining context, (3) realia, (4) reading the word, (5) writing the word, (6) games. 2.

What can teachers do to help students learn vocabulary grammar and discourse features successfully? ›

In an explicit approach to vocabulary instruction, teachers should model the skills and understanding required to develop a rich vocabulary knowledge.
  • Say the word carefully. ...
  • Write the word. ...
  • Show students how to recognise new words.
  • Reinforce their remember new words.
  • Have them use their new words.
  • Graphics organisers.
11 Nov 2019

What is a vocabulary game? ›

Vocabulary games are activities that include language and wordplay. Example games include Word Association and Hang Man. Players can enjoy vocabulary games in person or online. The purpose of these games is to strengthen vocabulary skills.

How do you engage students in vocabulary lesson? ›

A question trail is an engaging, kinesthetic strategy to work on vocabulary! A question trail is my go-to strategy for making vocabulary instruction more engaging. If you've never heard of it, it's a kinesthetic activity that gets students up and moving around the room on a “trail” of multiple-choice questions.

How do you enrich students vocabulary? ›

Teacher Tip: 15 Ways to Increase your Students' Vocabulary
  1. Introduce them to a wide range of words in interesting. ...
  2. Make sure they encounter a new word many times.
  3. Make sure they encounter a new word in many. ...
  4. Provide explicit vocabulary instruction related. ...
  5. Discuss word meanings with them.
27 Jun 2017

What are drill activities? ›

A drill is a classroom technique to aid memorisation by way of spaced repetition. Drills promote the acquisition of knowledge or skills through repetitive practice. Drill is a useful technique to introduce a new lesson and to familiarise learners with new concepts.

What are the 3 serving drills? ›

Here are three serving drills from Coach G you can use during practice to sharpen your team's rally game.
  • Volleyball Drill No. 1: Arm Toss. Right-handed players stand with left foot slightly ahead of right foot. ...
  • Volleyball Drill No. 2: Target Practice. ...
  • Volleyball Drill No. 3: Jump and Catch.
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Which drill is most commonly used? ›

Twist drills are the most widely used of all drill bit types. They will cut anything from wood and plastic to steel and concrete. They are most frequently used for metal cutting. Twist drills are not only the cheapest of all bits a woodworker could use, they offer the widest selection of sizes.

What is the most common drill type? ›

A twist bit is the most common type of drill bit for home use. It works for general-purpose drilling in wood, plastic and light metal.

What are three drills you can do to improve speed? ›

There are several different kinds of speed workouts and drills you can do with them:
  1. Hill Sprints. Take your workout outdoors and find some hills to charge up for a great speed workout. ...
  2. Interval Runs. ...
  3. Fartleks. ...
  4. Long, Slow Runs. ...
  5. Glute Moves for Speed.
  6. Leg Strength Exercises to Improve Speed. ...
  7. Sled Push. ...
  8. Ladder Drills.
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What are the four speed training drills? ›

  1. 4 Football Speed Training Drills. Speed training and speed development are like the holy grail of sports performance. ...
  2. Forward Sled Pull. The reason we focus on a heavy sled pull is that we want athletes to be leaning forward to engage in a strong drive phase. ...
  3. Hill Sprints. ...
  4. Single-Leg Squat. ...
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