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Teaching with Humor

I must say that humor is one of the best ways to keep students interested.  Being too serious can quickly destroy students' interest in anything.  Be careful and don't spoil the beautiful, natural interest that already exists.  Instead, try being funny.  Humor is a beautiful art!  And you can preserve your students' good memories and positive feelings about ESL or any subject. Cool

"The Bondaygee Song" is full of humor and highlights from the Bondaygee Movie.

                    The Bondaygee Song

 

My favorite thing in the world to eat, (bondaygee)

Is the sweet, little bondaygee treat. (bondaygee) 

I'd like to eat it everyday if I could.  (bondaygee)

But my mother doesn't think that I should.

So I sing, "Bondaygee Bondaygee"

Students echo: "Bondaygee!"

Teacher: Bondaygee Bondaygee

Students: Bondaygee!

I went to the market for something to eat.  (bondaygee)

There was a strange smell in the air.  (bondaygee)

Bought a cup and I started to eat.  (bondaygee)

The strange, little bondyagee treat!

So I sing, "Bondaygee Bondaygee"

Students echo: "Bondaygee!"

Teacher: Bondaygee Bondaygee

Students: Bondaygee!

 

 The Bondaygee Movie  (It's where I got my  nickname)

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