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ID number:802157
Published: 30.12.2007.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 7 units
References: Used
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Introduction    6
1.  Teaching vocabulary to secondary school pupils    8
1.1.  Obstacles to vocabulary development    10
2.  The individual meaning of each colour    12
3.  Psychological influence of colours on people    15
3.1.  Colour influence on children    17
4.  Analysis of case study about colour influence of pupils during teaching vocabulary    21

Colours are all around as important elements in human’s life and each of them brings some information and has some influence on human mind. This power can be used to achieve desirable results in the teaching process. That is the reason why the aim of the Term Paper is to explore the individual meaning of basic colours and how colours can be used in teaching aids during teaching English vocabulary to secondary school pupils.
The methods the author used was a case study carried out in the period of 22 January until 23 March in Riga Secondary School Nr.2 in two groups of form 10 overall 26 pupils. The data were colleted using questionnaire for pupils to find out their favourite and least preferred colours and what associations do they have with the basic colours. And observation that was performed from pupils feedbacks where they expressed their opinion about the use of colours during teaching new English vocabulary.
The author tried out three methods of case study using colours during teaching vocabulary. The first one was new vocabulary printed on slips of paper in colour each pupil prefer, the second – new vocabulary printed on a colourful background pupils prefer and the last one – when pupils themselves put down new vocabulary using colour they like. The results of research justified the author’s expectations that colours can be used during teaching new English vocabulary in that way stimulating pupils to study, especially when the colour is used as a background for the vocabulary.…

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