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Monday, 14 November 2011

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Saturday, 5 November 2011

Unit 16 At the Zoo - Music by English With A Smile (EWAS)

Where does animals live?

Where does animals live?

Task Name & Number:
Where does animals live?

Lexical Sets
Elephant, Ostrich, Lion, Snake, Mouse, Bird, Monkey, Zebra, Gorilla, Goat, Giraffe, Deer, Cow, Cat, Chicken, Horse
Words
  Say      Hear     Meaning
Sentences
Where does it live?
Whole Text
Story: The Lion and the Mouse
Materials
  1. One A3-sized picture of a village
  2. One A3-sized picture of a jungle
  3. 10 A3-sized Village/Jungle picture
  4. 10 sets of animal picture cards 
  5. 5 packets of blu-tack
Whole class / group / pair
Whole class
Who wins the game? How?
The first player to paste all his/her cards onto the Village/Jungle card is the winner.
PROCEDURE
TEACHER TALK & MODEL
Where does it live?
1.    Show the picture of a village to the class and ask: “What’s this?” (point to the picture as you ask the question)
2.    Praise pupils for the correct answer, “Good job!”.
3.    Show the picture of a jungle to the class and ask: “What’s this?” (point to the picture as you ask the question).
4.    Praise pupils for correct answer, “Good job!”.
5.    Next, hold the picture card of the Village/Jungle in one hand and show a picture card of say, a zebra, and ask the class, “Where does a zebra live?”
6.    Praise pupils for correct answer and say, “Good job”.
7.    Now pick up a picture card of an animal, say, a Monkey, and ask “Where does it live?” (Use other animal pictures and pose the same question)
8.    Ask pupils, “Where do you live?”(Point to the picture of a house in the village) Pupils: House.
9.    Ask pupils, “Do you live in a jungle?”,They will most probably answer “No”.
10.  Ask pupils, “Does an elephant live in a village?” and “Where does an elephant live?” Praise them for correct answers.
11.  Next, tell the pupils that they will be playing a game. Demonstrate how to play the game:
-       Get one Village/Jungle card (A-3 size), 16 animal picture cards (small) and 3 other pupils to join you in the game (other pupils observe)
-       Deal out the animal picture cards to each pupil (Each pupil gets 4 cards)
-       Ask one pupil whether he/she has a card of a monkey
-       (Remind pupils that they should ask for the picture cards that they do not have with them).
-       If the pupil doesn’t have the card, then he/she has to ask for it from another pupil (“Where does a monkey live?’)
-       The pupil who has the monkey card must answer “A monkey lives in a jungle” and he/she pastes the picture card on the picture of a jungle.
-       Players take turns to ask for cards. The first player to paste all his/her cards onto the Village/Jungle card is the winner.
12.  Group the pupils into groups of four.
13.  Distribute the A3-sized picture card of the Village/Jungle to each group, and an envelope/packet containing 16 animal picture cards.
14.  Start the game.

What’s this?
Good job!
Where does it live?
We can keep some animals at home.

     Some animals live in the jungle.


We can keep some animals on a farm.


Get into your group. Four in a group
Deal out the cards
Game starts NOW
Rationale
What does this task do? 
This activity involves pupils’ kinesthetic movement in pasting the respective animal picture cards onto their appropriate habitats. It also prepares the pupils for the reading activity later.
Learning Type: Activate Prior Knowledge    Learning through Mistakes  Creative Drill

Questions? Problems?
Teacher may need to help pupils in pronouncing some animal names and on how to establish turn-takings for the game.

Name other animals at the zoo

Animals Sound



 This is a lion. Lion roar.



This is an elephant. Elephant trumpet.
 


 This is a tiger. Tiger growl.

 This is a snake. Snake hiss.




   This is a monkey. Monkey chatter.





This is a pigeon. Pigeon coo.

Animals And Animal Sound

1.Animals & Animal Sounds

Task Name & Number:
 Animals and Animal sounds

Lexical Sets
Elephant, Ostrich, Lion, Snake, Mouse, Bird, Monkey, Zebra
Words
Say      Hear     Meaning  
Sentences
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Whole Text
Story: The Lion and the Mouse
Materials
1 set of eight animal picture cards  (A-4 size)
5 sets of animal picture cards (Small)
Whole class / group / pair
Whole class & Group
Who wins the game? How?
Pupils look for their friends who make the same animal sound and form a group. The group that comes together first, wins the game.   
PROCEDURE
TEACHER TALK & MODEL
Animals:
1.    Trainer shows the eight picture cards of the animals (A4-size) to the class, one at a time and asks: “What’s this?” (Trainer points to the picture as he/she asks the question)
2.   Class: Elephant
3.   Trainer: Good job!
4.   Trainer: Ali, what’s this?
5.   Ali: Elephant
6.   Trainer: Good job.
7.   Trainer shows the class another picture card and asks: “What’s this?”
8.   Class: Snake
9.   Trainer: Good job!
10. Trainer: Najib, what’s this?
11. Najib: Snake
12. Trainer: Good job.
(Trainer repeats this procedure until all the eight picture cards have been shown to the class)

Animal sounds:
1.  Trainer shows to the class six A4-sized picture cards of the LION,   
     SNAKE, MONKEY, MOUSE, ELEPHANT and BIRD, one at a time, and  
     asks: “What’s this?” (Trainer shows the picture of a LION)
2.  Trainer praises CPs for the correct answers given.(“Good job!”)
3.  Trainer asks “What sound does it make?” (Trainer gestures or shows   
     his/her facial expression and prompts the class to produce the appropriate   
     sound)
     The class roars. (Trainer roars with the class and says “Good job!”)
4.  Trainer shows the class another picture card (SNAKE) and asks them,
     “What’s this?” (Class responds and trainer says: Good job)
5:  Trainer: “What sound does it make?” (Trainer gestures or shows his/her   
     facial expression and prompts the class to produce the appropriate    
     sound)
     The class hisses. (Trainer hisses with the class and says “Good job!”)
6.  Trainer repeats this procedure until all the six picture cards have been  
     shown to the class together with the sounds these animals make.
7.  Next, trainer tells CPs that they are going to play a game. Each CP will be  
     given a picture card (small ones) and they have to make the sound  
     of the animals that have been given to them. (As they do so, they look for    
     their friends who make the same sound and form a group.  
5. The group that comes together first, wins the game.

    



What’s this?
Good job!
Ali: What’s this?
Trainer: Good job
Najib: What’s this?
Trainer: Good job.














What’s this?
Good job!
What sound does it make?







You will get one picture card each.
Make the animal sound.
Look for your friend who make the same sound .
The group that comes together first, is the winner.



Rationale
What does this task do?  Activity 1: Animals
This task activates children’s schema on animals in the forest besides providing them with opportunities to practise pronouncing the names of the animals correctly.

Learning Type:  Learning through Mistakes & Creative Drill

Questions? Problems?
Some children may not be able to pronounce the names of the animals correctly. Teacher   needs to model the pronunciation of these animal names with the children repeating after him/her. The lexical items are shown through the use of animal picture cards.