METHODOLOGY - I
There are a lot of ways of using rhymes in the English classroom.
We should set the limit in teacher’s imagination and the features of the group of pupils he turns towards.
For instance, we can write on the blackboard very short rhymes and then take away words changing them little by little into drawings or dashes until pupils learn them by heart.
If rhymes are longer we can do a range of reading exercises.
Pupils can try to write rhymes after a certain time, following a pattern, or changing some elements.