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  • Is it a Frog? Ainhoa Moreno Miguel Literatura en la enseñanza del Inglés Curso 08/09
  • PART I INTRODUCTION
    •  MATERIALS:
      • - Adaptation from the book “Is it a Frog? McMillan children’s reader”
      • - Adaptation from “¿Una rana?” Guido van Genechten”
    •  TARGET STUDENTS: 25 studens of 6–7 years old in an ordinary or multilingual model.
    •  SESSIONS inside the topic “ANIMALS” introduced as “special animals”
    •  OBJECTIVES:
      • - Linguistic skills involved: mainly listening and speaking.
        • . Vocabulary : frog, tadpole, egg, fish, beetle, pond, tiny, small, big and other names of animals.
      • - Extra-linguistic:
        • . Sciences: special animal that changes its shape.
        • . Artistic education.
        • . New tecnologies .
        • - Cross-curricular analysis:
        • . Cultural diversity and team work.
  • PART II TEXT EXPLOTATION  SESSIONS AND SESSION DITRIBUTION: - 3 Sessions inside the topic or proyect about animals.  CLASROOM MANAGEMENT: - They will work individually, in pairs or in big group dependig on the activity.  MAIN ACTIVITIES: - Presentation
  • 1. Warm-up activity: Introduction of the reading with Flashcards, pay special attention to the names of the main characteres of the reading. 2. Read the story “Is it a Frog?” SESSION 1
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  • It’s spring. Fish is in the pond. Beetle is near the flowers. “Croak! Croak! Croak!” “Listen!” says Fish. “What’s that noise? “ It’s the frogs,” says Beetle. “Look under the flowers!”
  • “ Look! Lots of tiny eggs!” says Beetle. “ Wow!” says Fish. “Fantastic!” “ Here are our eggs!” say the frogs.
  • Two weeks later… “ Look!” says Fish. “ The eggs have got a head!” “ Yes,” says Beetle. “And a tail”
  • “ Look under the stone,” says Beetle.
  • “ They’re tadpoles now!” “ Hello. We’re little tadpoles!” “ Wow!” says Fish. “Fantastic!”
  • Soon there are lots of little tadpoles in the pond. “ I can see eighteen tadpoles!” says Fish. “ I can see twenty tadpoles!” says Beetle. “ Look under the leaf and count again!” 1 6 3 2 5 4 8 7 10 9 14 11 12 15 16 18 17 13
  • “ We love to swim and play!,” say the tadpoles. 1 6 3 2 5 4 8 7 10 9 14 11 12 15 16 18 17 13 19 20
  • The little tadpoles grow and grow. “ Look,” says Fish. “The tadpoles are big!”
  • “ Yes,” says Beetle. “And they’ve got legs and toes! Look under the plants!”
  • “ Look at our new legs and toes.” “ Wow! says Beetle. “Fantastic!”
  • Three weeks later… “ Look, Beetle,” says Fish. “ The tadpoles are nearly frogs.”
  • “ Yes,” says Beetle. “You’re right. Look under the leaf!”
  • “ I want to be a frog!”, says the tadpole. “ Wow!”, says Beetle. “Fantastic!”
  • “ Two days later…. “ Croak! Croak! Croak!” Listen!” says Fish. “What’s that noise?” “ Look under the flower!”, says Beetle.
  • “ The tadpoles are frogs!” says the Beetle. “ Hello! We’re frogs!” “ Wow!” says Fish. “Fantastic!”
  • The frogs jump and play by the pond. Fish looks at Beetle and smiles. “ And next spring the story starts again?” “ Yes,” says Beetle. “ Wow!” says Fish. “Fantastic !”
  • THE END
    • FROG
    TADPOLES
  • SESSION 2 3. Let’s talk with flashcards: Focusing on vocabulary
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  • 4. Complete the circle with the missing words:
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  • SESSION 3
    • 5 Other magic animals:
      • - The teacher presents the story:
      • - Working on new vocabulary:
      • - Student’s time
  • EVALUATION  POSITIVE POINTS: - Motivational materials for the students. - Teacher can use creativity.  NEGATIVE POINTS: - Sometimes it’s difficult to create appropiate new materials . - Teacher spends lot of time in the process of creation .
    •  SUGGESTIONS FOR VARIATION:
    • - Other activities:
    • . Practice pronunciation listening the reading at home or in the computer room using an audio-recording while they are reading the story.
    • . They can make their own leaflets of animals in a session of artistic education in English or even in other languages that they know.
    • . Other interesting activity could be to feed silk catterpillar in class to see how they change their shapes.