Winnie in winter

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Winnie in winter

  1. 1. Winnie in Winter<br />Author: Korky Paul and Valerie Thomas<br />Illustrator: Korky Paul <br />Description:<br />Thisisanotherbook in theaward-winningWinnietheWitch series. Thiseditioncontains a storytold in simple language, includesvocabulary, topics and structuresfound in thefirstlevels of anyPrimaryEnglishcourse..<br />Lay out. <br />WinnietheWitch and Wilbur look out of thewindow and seesnow in thegarden. Theydon’tlikethecold, and theydon’tlikethewinter. Winniegetshermagicwand and…<br />
  2. 2. Linguisticfeatures<br /><ul><li>Pronunciation:
  3. 3. Listeningfornames of theseasons, theweather, theclothes, thefeelings.
  4. 4. Vocabulary:
  5. 5. Thebody, theclothes, theseasons, thehouse, verbs, country (garden, flowers, animals, </li></li></ul><li>Linguisticobjectives:<br />Skills:<br /><ul><li>Listeningfornames of seasons, body and clothes.
  6. 6. Speaking: repeattheweather and theclothesaccordingtowinter and summerseasons.
  7. 7. Writingthevocabularycorrectly and use adjectives.
  8. 8. The use of possesiveadjectiveswithclothes.
  9. 9. Thegrammaruse of present simple, the 3rd person. </li></li></ul><li>Functions/Structures<br /><ul><li>Dislikes
  10. 10. Thereis / Itis / Use of prepositionsin / on
  11. 11. He, Sheorthey.
  12. 12. Wantfollowedby and infinitive.
  13. 13. I don’tlike…
  14. 14. Countsto ten…
  15. 15. Phrasalverbs (take off, look out of…)
  16. 16. It’snice, It’sgreat.
  17. 17. Itcan’tbe…</li></li></ul><li>Vocabulary<br /><ul><li>Home
  18. 18. Winter
  19. 19. Parts of thebody
  20. 20. Clothes
  21. 21. Summer
  22. 22. Colours
  23. 23. Numbers
  24. 24. Countryside</li></li></ul><li>Pronunciation<br /><ul><li>Phonemes:
  25. 25. [ae] as in cat
  26. 26. [ai] as in like
  27. 27. [i] as in winter
  28. 28. [i:] as in feet
  29. 29. [u] as in foot
  30. 30. [au] as in out
  31. 31. [ing] as in shining
  32. 32. [tƒ] as in kitchen</li></li></ul><li>- Like / don’tlike / can’’t- Thereis / there are<br /><ul><li>I like
  33. 33. I don’tlike / Theanimals and theflowersdon’tlike.
  34. 34. Itcan’tbe
  35. 35. Thereis ice…
  36. 36. There are lots of people…</li></li></ul><li>Bookstructure<br /><ul><li>Thesize similar toschoolbooksbutwithfewpages so easytomanage.
  37. 37. Thedrawingsthatextendontheleft and right page, haveattractivecolours and modernillustrations.
  38. 38. Thetext, at the top and at thebottom of the page, are perfectlyadaptedtothe free space.
  39. 39. Thetextissepareted in twoseasonswhatpermitsto use it in differentperiods.</li></li></ul><li>Expressing<br /><ul><li>Thetextisveryappropiateforprimarystudents. Itcontains usual vocabularyand they can learnit in a funnywaythankstoWinniethewitch and hercat.
  40. 40. It’sveryrich in grammar; students can practisepresent simple tense speciallythethirdperson.
  41. 41. I wanttoremarkthatthedrawings are reallygood at describingfeelingswhat can helppupilsto interprete short situations of thestory.</li></li></ul><li>Lesson 1: Wedon’tlikewinter<br /><ul><li>Class: 9 yearsold, thirdyear of English
  42. 42. Length of lesson 45 minutes
  43. 43. Materials: </li></ul>Flashcards of thewords:<br />Angry/happy,/sad, coat, boots, feet, gloves, ice, pond, roof,,<br />wand<br /> A copyafthestory<br />
  44. 44. Aims:<br />-Whatpart of thehousedoestheactiontake place? (theteacher show theflashcardaboutroof)<br />Theteacherasksabouttheotherparts of thehouse.<br /><ul><li>What are themaincharacters?
  45. 45. What are theirnames?</li></ul>Askingaboutthis serie of books, ifthestudentsknowit.<br />And whatother series theyread.<br />
  46. 46. Procedure<br /><ul><li>After a firstapproachtothestorywiththeflashcards and thepreviousquestions, byturnthepupilsread page 2, 5 and 8:
  47. 47. Thenpupilsaskforunknownvocabulary and theyreviewclothes and weather in winter.
  48. 48. Tofinishtheclasstheteacherproposesthefollowingactivity:</li></li></ul><li>Activity 1<br /><ul><li>DrawlinesfromthewordstoWinnie’sclothes
  49. 49. Coatscarfgloveshatboots</li></li></ul><li>Activity 2<br />FinishthesentencesaboutWinnie:<br />Hercoatis ………………..and…………<br />Hergloves are ……………..<br />Herscarfis ……….. And ……….<br />Herhatis ………., ………….., ………….and ……….<br />Purpleblue / red yellow / bluepurple red yellow /purple<br />
  50. 50. Lesson 2: Winnie in summer<br /><ul><li>Withtheflashcardsstudentsrepeatthemainvocabulary of thestory. (10 minutes).
  51. 51. Studentsmake a briefsummary of thefirstparty of thestory, and write short sentencesontheblackboard. (10’)
  52. 52. TheteacherhelpsthemthroughWhquestions:
  53. 53. What’sthewitchname? And thecat’sname? Where are thewitch and thecat?
  54. 54. Whatseasonisit? Isitcold?
  55. 55. What’sWinniewearing? </li></li></ul><li>Aims:<br />-AnswercorrectlytoWhquestionsabouttheprevioustext.<br />-Talkingaboutclothes and weather in winter.<br />-Theverbtolike, negativeanswers.<br />- Use of thethirdperson of thepresent simple.<br /><ul><li>Short sentenceswithThereis.
  56. 56. Exampleswiththeprepositions: in, on, into.</li></li></ul><li>Procedure<br /><ul><li>Withtheflashcardsstudentsrepeatthemainvocabulary of thestory. (10 minutes).
  57. 57. Studentsmake a briefsummary of thefirstparty of thestory, and write short sentencesontheblackboard. (10’)
  58. 58. TheteacherhelpsthemthroughWhquestions:
  59. 59. What’sthewitchname? And thecat’sname? Where are thewitch and thecat?
  60. 60. Whatseasonisit?
  61. 61. Isitcold?
  62. 62. What’sWinniewearing? </li></li></ul><li>Reading<br /><ul><li>After a firstapproachtothestorywiththeflashcards and thepreviousquestions, byturnthepupilsread page 11, 12, 13, 15, 16 and 17
  63. 63. Thenpupilsaskforunknownvocabulary and theyreviewclothes and weather in summer.
  64. 64. Tofinishtheclasstheteacherproposesthefollowingactivity:</li></li></ul><li>Activity 1<br /><ul><li>Writethemissingwords in the gaps:</li></ul>1 Winniesits in thesun. Sheis ……..<br />2 Theflowersbeginto die. Winnieis ….<br />3 Lots of people come intothegarden. Themessis horrible. Winnieis……<br />4 Little animalsbegintowape up. They are very…<br />5 Thesunisvery …<br />
  65. 65. Activity 2<br /><ul><li>Writethewords in thecorrectorder:</li></ul>1 is / this / nice<br />2 the / is / sky / blue / is / the /green / garden / and<br />3 great / summer / is<br />4 can’t / it / be / now / summer<br />5 look / at / they / garden / the<br />
  66. 66. Lesson 3:Come back winter<br /><ul><li>Studentsmake a briefsummary of thefirst and secondparty of thestory, and write short sentencesontheblackboard. (10’)
  67. 67. TheteacherhelpsthemthroughWhquestions
  68. 68. Whatseasonisit? Isitcoldorisithot?
  69. 69. IsWinniehappyorangry?
  70. 70. Where do peopleplay?</li></li></ul><li>Aims:<br />- AnswercorrectlytoWhquestionsabouttheprevioustext.<br />- Talkingaboutclothes and weather in summer.<br />- Theverbtake off.<br /><ul><li>Irregular plurals (scarf / scarves)
  71. 71. Present simple withthey. Compare with HE / SHE
  72. 72. ThestructureThereis no…
  73. 73. Infinitiveafterbegin.</li></ul>- The use of again.<br />
  74. 74. Procedure<br /><ul><li>Studentsmake a briefsummary of thefirst and secondparty of thestory, and write short sentencesontheblackboard. (10’)
  75. 75. Pupilsreadthe final part of thetext.
  76. 76. Theyaskforunknownvocabulary.
  77. 77. Revision of thevocabulary in thepictureDictionary.</li></li></ul><li>Activity 1<br />Answerthequestionsaccordingtothetext:<br />1 Where do Winnie and Wilburgo?<br />2 Whatisthere in thegarden?<br />3 IsWinniehappy? Howisshe?<br />4 Whatdoesshe pick up?<br />5 Istheskyblue?<br />6 Do thepeopletake off theircoats?<br />
  78. 78. Activity 2<br />Match thesentences:<br />Theflowersgoestobed<br />Wilburrun home<br />Winniegotosleepagain<br />Thepeopledrinkssomemilk<br />Thesunbegintosleepagain<br />Theanimalsdisappears<br />
  79. 79. Activity 3<br />Theteacher can encouragethepupilsto prepare a similar representation of thestory.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_krp4mebCes<br />

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