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Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
Tasks and activities for children
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  • 1. Make a list of 3 specific situations where5 and 10-year-old children use targetlanguage at home. Write down thevocabulary items and sentence patternsthat children use for each situation.Think about how could you use thevocabulary and sentence patterns as abasis for a language activity. Share yourideas with your classmates.(task 22)
  • 2. SITUATION 1:VISITING ZOO / TELLING ABOUTANIMALS
  • 3. AlligatorPenguinLionKangarooElephantOstrich There was a …………. in the zoo.PandaPolar bear I saw ……………….. in the zoo.Giraffe *According to their levels,Monkey adjectives can be added in thisCamel category. For example: - The elephant was big. - -The giraffe was tall. . .
  • 4. Alligator……………………………………………………………………..
  • 5. PENGUIN………………………………………………………..
  • 6. LION………………………………………
  • 7. KANGAROO………………………………………………………………..……….
  • 8. ELEPHANT………………………………………………………………………
  • 9. OSTRICH………………………………………………………………………
  • 10. PANDA…………………………………………………….
  • 11. POLAR BEAR……………………………………………………………………………………….
  • 12. GIRAFFE………………………………………………………………
  • 13. MONKEY…………………………………………………………
  • 14. CAMEL……………………………………………………..
  • 15. Situation 2: Introducing the family( by showing family members fromalbum )
  • 16. This is my ……………………………( Who is that? )His/her name is ………She/he is …..years old.She/ he is a ….(doctor,engineer,etc.)- There are difference between 5 and10 years old children. By consideringtheir ages/ levels, jobs can be added inthis category.
  • 17. Puppets need not doanything more toendear themselves tochildren than just bepuppets.However, when youadd voices andpersonalities topuppets, you areopening the doors toexcitement andlimitless creativity!Children love puppets.
  • 18. T-shirt What do you want to buy? - I want (to)….Skirt - I have got….Cap - I like …..BlouseSocksCoat - Colors can be added this categorySweater according to their levels.ShoesDressTrousers
  • 19. In this activity, cloths’ names and picturesare in complex order and hidden. Thestudents are wanted to match the nameswith correct clothes.This activity aims to practise newvocabularies and memorising.

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