Данная разработка в помощь учителю английского языка
Данная разработка в помощь учителю английского языка
Lesson Plan for the 1st Grade
Theme: I am a tiger.
Vocabulary and structure
- to learn how to say wild animals, their colours and sizes;
- to enable pupils to speak about colours, sizes and animals;
- to raise awareness of wild animals, their colours and sizes.
By the end of the lesson, pupils will be able to:
- talk about wild animals, their sizes and colours;
- mime an action and guess what animal it is.
crocodile, a frog, a parrot, a bear, a hare, a monkey, a tiger, an elephant, big, small, walk, hop
puppets, number flashcards, flashcards describing a crocodile, a frog, a parrot, a bear, a hare, a monkey, a tiger, an elephant
Activity 1 Listen and repeat.
Objective: to introduce a poem as a warm up
Read the following poem to your pupils and translate it. After that, ask the pupils to repeat the poem after you line by line. Then the whole class read the poem together with you.
In the woods
I can see
So many animals
Looking at me.
Activity 2 Look, listen and say.
Objective: to introduce the new vocabulary about wild animals
STEP 1: Tell the pupils that they have already met the word “animals” in the previous topic which was about domestic animals. Explain that now they will start learning about wild animals which live only in the woods. Then ask the pupils to look at the picture.
Say that in fact, all these animals are not found together in the same forest but our forest is magical. Then ask the pupils to say the animals which they can find in the picture. Explain that even though the forest is magical, the beasts like to hide from people.
As soon as the pupils find the animals and say them, you should hang the flashcards with these animals (crocodile, frog, parrot, bear, hare, monkey, tiger, elephant) on the blackboard and practise their pronunciation in chorus and individually.
STEP 2: Now invite the pupils to play miming. Explain that a leader goes to the blackboard and silently mimes an animal. The other pupils watch and guess which animal it is. If they guessed, they ask ‘Crocodile?’, ‘Elephant?’, etc. The leader answers ‘Yes. / No.’
3 Look and say.
Objective: to consolidate the new vocabulary
STEP 1: Ask the pupils to compare the frog and the crocodile and say what similarities and differences they have. Accept and then summarise the pupils’ different responses.
Similarities: Both the crocodile and the frog is of one colour. They are green. They can also swim.
Differences: The difference in their size: crocodiles are big but the frogs are small.
STEP 2: Ask the pupils to remember the word “big” and to learn the word “small”. Explain that the word “little” is used to mean little girl or boy in terms of age.
Then have the pupils practise these words in chorus and individually. After that, ask the pupils to divide all the animals into two groups. BIG and SMALL.
Point to the flashcards with the animals one by one and ask:
Is a crocodile big or small?
Is an elephant big or small? (Just say the necessary article without explanation. The pupils begin to copy your pronunciation).
Then hang the flashcards on the blackboard.
Thus, all the animals will be divided into 2 groups on the blackboard.
STEP 3: When the two groups are ready, ask the pupils to say 2 sentences about animals.
1 I am a ...
2 I am small / big.
After that, have the pupils practise the sentences. When the pupils talk about the size of the animal, they can show their hands up (to mean big) or down (to mean small).
Now you need to ask the pupils to say the colour of the animals.
Parrot it is of different colour like a rooster
Tiger orange / black
STEP 4: Now tell the pupils that they can imagine themselves to be wild animals, e.g. a tiger, and say about themselves 3 sentences: I am a tiger. I am big. I am orange and black.
Then ask the pupils who wants to be a tiger. Here, it is advisable not to ask the strongest pupils because they can choose a different animal and tell about it. It is necessary to choose a weaker pupil and ask him/her to repeat everything about the tiger. Praise him/her because he/she proved to be a brave tiger. Next, invite the pupils and give them an opportunity to choose their own. Ask them what animal they want to be, and explain that the order of saying sentences should be as follows:
1 animal name: I am a ...
2 size: I am small / big.
3 colour: I am orange and black.
Activity 4 Look and do.
Objective: to do physical exercise and energise the pupils
I can hop like a hare.
I can walk like a bear.
I can run like a dog.
I can swim like a frog.
Ask the pupils to repeat the lines and the actions after you. First, jump, then walk, show the action of running and swimming.
Optional Activity 5 Play “Show and Say”.
Objective: to practise saying the new vocabulary
Offer the pupils to invent their own poems or sentences about other animals. For example, “I can jump like a frog. I can walk like an elephant.I can run like a rabbit”They show the actions as well.
Ask pupils to remember and say sentences about animals as they did in the class. For example, I am a tiger. I am big. I am orange and black.
Автор: Косимова Дилором Валижоновна
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