Aesop’s fable:“The fox and the dog” A project conducted with     pupils in C class!
The project is equally divided in three      sessions of 45 minutes duration•     Lesson 1: Warm – up and Pre – reading   ...
Activities in Lesson 1:• Activity 1:• Gap filling activity: Pupils experiment with  structures, they write for a real purp...
• Activity 2: Speaking about the     cover page of the story• Grammar focus on the verb “do” and  the auxiliary verb “can”...
• Activity 3: Discussing about          Aesop and fables• The teacher asks pupils what they know  about Aesop and his fabl...
Lesson 2: Reading activityBenefits of story telling:• Eye contact• Characters’ dramatic placement• Voice and gesture recre...
Benefits of listening to the story:•Pupils directly reflect while listeningthe story•It is more entertaining to pupils, th...
Speaking activity 1:•    Discussion upon the story’s slogan:    Food is good, but a lot of food is bad for you!    The dis...
Speaking activity 2:• Pupils use new structures and decide who  is right and who is wrong.• A rather fascinating activity ...
Speaking activity 3:Teacher adds the Red Riding Hood in the  story:• Children are generally fond of using their  imaginati...
Lesson 3: Listening activityBenefits of listening to the story’s song:• Pupils love songs• They are great for movement and...
Post – reading activitiesVocabulary elaboration activities:• Activity 1: Pupils categorize verbs, nouns,  adjectives of th...
Extra fun activity:• Pupils inspired by the fable prepare a  poster using their imagination and many  crayons!!!!• Pupils ...
Posters pupils prepared!!!
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Power point presentation of the fable

  1. 1. Aesop’s fable:“The fox and the dog” A project conducted with pupils in C class!
  2. 2. The project is equally divided in three sessions of 45 minutes duration• Lesson 1: Warm – up and Pre – reading activities• Lesson 2: Reading activity + follow – up speaking activities• Lesson 3: Follow – up listening activity + post reading activities
  3. 3. Activities in Lesson 1:• Activity 1:• Gap filling activity: Pupils experiment with structures, they write for a real purpose.• Speaking with focus on grammatical patterns such as: demonstrative pronouns this is – that is, verbs “have” and “do”.• Teaching aids: personal photocopy, board, picture flashcards: dog, fox, cat phrasal flashcards: this is, that is
  4. 4. • Activity 2: Speaking about the cover page of the story• Grammar focus on the verb “do” and the auxiliary verb “can”. Pupils answer to the questions: “Do you like the colours?” “Can you tell me the colours?”• Teaching aids: word flashcards with colours.
  5. 5. • Activity 3: Discussing about Aesop and fables• The teacher asks pupils what they know about Aesop and his fables.(The discussion is conducted in Greek because it is more convenient to pupils.)
  6. 6. Lesson 2: Reading activityBenefits of story telling:• Eye contact• Characters’ dramatic placement• Voice and gesture recreation
  7. 7. Benefits of listening to the story:•Pupils directly reflect while listeningthe story•It is more entertaining to pupils, theyfamiliarize with authentic dialogues.Teaching aid: CD player
  8. 8. Speaking activity 1:• Discussion upon the story’s slogan: Food is good, but a lot of food is bad for you! The discussion is conducted in Greek so that pupils can easily support their opinion.Teaching aid: a poster
  9. 9. Speaking activity 2:• Pupils use new structures and decide who is right and who is wrong.• A rather fascinating activity because all pupils raise their hands, decide and judge at the same time. We should not forget that children are very strict in their judgments.
  10. 10. Speaking activity 3:Teacher adds the Red Riding Hood in the story:• Children are generally fond of using their imagination while describing events!• Children find it interesting to give both a different end in the story and feel like fairy tale writers themselves!!!
  11. 11. Lesson 3: Listening activityBenefits of listening to the story’s song:• Pupils love songs• They are great for movement and word- phrase repetition.• They understand more English than any other method
  12. 12. Post – reading activitiesVocabulary elaboration activities:• Activity 1: Pupils categorize verbs, nouns, adjectives of the story.• Activity 2: word matching• Activity 3: a fun activity with the fable’s slogan.• Activity 4: focus on imperatives• Activities 5 + 6: Gap filling
  13. 13. Extra fun activity:• Pupils inspired by the fable prepare a poster using their imagination and many crayons!!!!• Pupils make a second poster adding the red riding hood and her grandfather since they have given another end to the story.
  14. 14. Posters pupils prepared!!!
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