What is the problem? – 04

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[ Vocabulary ]

cut – headache – toothache – earache – fever – sprained ankle – sore throat – stomachache – broken leg – nosebleed – cold – backache – heart attack – cough.

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[ Aim ]

– Recognize the different health problems around us.

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[ Objective ]

– Students match pictures with their respective descriptions.

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[ General Description ]

– Health problems dominoes: It is a cut and paste/glue activity were students have to cut the domino stone and glue them in the correct order to finish thier boards. There are two boards with similar vocabulary and descriptions but in a different order. Divide your students into pairs of student-A and student-B. Explain how domino is usually played. Then give out the dominoes each with his respective letter for them cut the stones. Finally hand in the boards and ask them to put the stones in order before using any glue. They can glue, once you give your approval.

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Aesop’s Fables: The Hunter and the Woodman[ mini-book ]

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~:| Blurb / Summary |:~

A hunter was after the trail of a lion. In the forest, he met a woodman and asked for help. Will the hunter find the lion?

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The hero is brave in deeds as well as words.

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How to fold a mini-book

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Let’s Learn About Lions [ Elementary Level ]

Let's Learn About Lions  [ Elementary / Minibook ]

A non-fictions minibook about lions; the habitat, colours, living and feeding.

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Let’s Learn About Lions [ Beginner Level ]

Let's Learn About Lions  [ Beginners / Minibook ]

A non-fictions minibook about lions; the habitat, colours, living and feeding.

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At The Toy Shop

At The Toy Shop

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~:| Vocabulary |:~

Teddy bear – drums – kite – blocks – ball – doll – clown – rabbit toy – plane – boat – marbles – car – bicycle – dog toy

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Find Your Customer

 

[ Vocabulary ]

Containers / Quantity

slice | piece | glass | can | bunch | bowl | jar | bottle | cup

Food

tomatoes | grapes | banana | cheese | bread | toast | jam | strawberries | pizza | watermelon | cake | candy | cookies | butter | olives | yogurt.

Drinks

water | milk |  grape juice | orange  juice | Lemonade

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[ Aim ]

01. Recognize food items and drinks with their respective containers and quantity.

02. Making polite request: (Would you like ….. )

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[ Objective ]

01. Listening to a  list of food items and finding the person with the match picture.

02. Describing what food items they have in a picture to their friends to find the one with the matching list.

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[ Resources ]

A. Seven pages with pictures. | B. Two pages of eight lists.

(Note: The last three lists are duplicates of three pictures)

List # 14 = Picture # 12

List # 15 = Picture # 07

List # 16 = Picture # 08

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[ Teacher Instructions ]

-:{ Preparations before class }:-

01. Print the pictures and lists.

02. Glue the pictures and lists on hard coloured papers, to avoid the ability of seeing through the white soft paper.

03. Laminate them for long safe keeping.

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-:{ During the lesson }:-

01. Revise the necessary vocabulary.

02. Tell students that you’re all now in a restaurant. Elicit who works in there.

03. Divide the class into waiters/waitresses and customers.

04. Tell them that this is a weird/different/special restaurant; the waiter/waitresses don’t remember their customers.

05. Give out randomly the picture cards and lists to students.

06. Waiters/waitresses should stand and go around the class choosing one customers  to politely ask them if they would like what they have.

07. Move around to monitor them and listen to their use of the target language. Focus on struggling students by listening to them once and then give them the chance to speak without being watched.

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[ Note ]

– Students may pair themselves based on one or two matching items. Make sure to reinforce describing the whole items before showing their cards.

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In My Lunch Box

[ Vocabulary ]

Containers / Quantity

slice | piece | glass | can | bunch

Food

tomatoes | grapes | banana | cheese | bread | toast | jam

Drinks

water | milk | watermelon juice | strawberry juice | grape juice | banana juice | Lemonade

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[ Aim ]

Recognize food items and drinks with their respective containers and quantifiers.

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[ Objective ]

01. Reading a  list of food items and finding the respective picture from a set of other pictures that have some similar items.

02. Writing about the picture they found in a form of a paragraph without reference to the written list.

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[ Resources ]

A. Six pages with pictures. | B. Two pages of three lists.

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[ Teacher Instructions ]

-:{ Preparations before class }:-

01. Photocopy the six picture pages to cover your students ( 1 page /1 student).

02. Make corresponding copies of the lists.

03. Spread the pictures all over the class; on walls, cabinet, chairs, teacher’s desk.. etc.

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-:{ During the lesson – Reading Stage }:-

01. You may have a short revision of the necessary vocabulary; either by referring to a word-wall or asking students of what they had for breakfast reinforcing the use of quantity words.

02. Introduce the lists of food you prepared; telling them that those are their lunch and they have to find them.

03. Direct their attention to the pictures; they have to find their own picture.

04. Give them a few minutes to read their lists.

05. Let them move afterwords in the class and monitor them making sure they don’t grab any picture based on the first option they have in their list.

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-:{During the lesson –  Writing Stage }:-

01. Collect the lists and praise students’ performance.

02. Have a model picture similar to their picture on the board and some writing lines.

03. Elicit how you can start your paragraph describing what is in your lunch box. (You may give the first line if necessary “In my lunch box, there is…“).

04. Have some deliberate punctuation mistakes to demonstrate the editing step. Make the correction with another colour.

05. Give out the writing sheets

06. When the writing is done, students may cut the pictures and glue them on the writing sheet.

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[ Note ]

– The lesson was delivered in two  classes of 45 minutes with average EFL learners.

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Aesop’s Fables: The Ant and the Chrysalis [ Mini-book ]

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A hardworking ant was taking was doing her job as usual. Once, she saw a chrysalis and stopped to talk.

What did she say? Why was the chrysalis empty after a few days?

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Let’s Learn About Dolphins [Elementary Level]

Facts about dolphins with short dictionary that explains some of the difficult words, I assumed, our 4th-5th graders would find hard to understand.

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Let’s Learn About Dolphins [Beginner Level]

Facts about dolphins with two short fun exercises.

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