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  • 1. TODAY IS MONDAY By Eric Carle
  • 2.  
  • 3. TITLE AND JUSTIFICATION
    • Justification: We have chosen this story because there are interesting and motivating topics to work with: food, animals and the days of the week.
    • Preschool: P4-P5
    • Methodology: The use of a story as a starting point. Songs, TPR and learn by doing activities.
    • Sequence: 5 sessions
    TODAY IS MONDAY
  • 4. OBJECTIVES AND CAPABILITIES
    • To follow the daily routines  2, 3, 9
    • To know the food: green beans, spaghetti, soup, roast beef, fish, chicken, ice cream  5
    • To know the animals: hedgehog, snake, elephant, cat, bird, fox, monkey, parrot.  5
    • To listen to the story.  9
    • To act and sing the song.  1, 5
    • To act out the story.  1, 5
  • 5. SESSION 1
    • MAGIC BOX:
    • The teacher introduces the animals with the help of a magic box.
    What is it? Is it a cat? Is it a turtle?
  • 6. SESSION 2
    • INTERACTIVE STORY TIME
    • The teacher tells the story with the help of the students using flashcards.
    TUESDAY
  • 7.  
  • 8. SESSION 3
    • PASS THE PARCEL
    Pass the parcel, pass the parcel Open it an see Pass the parcel, pass the parcel Open it an see
  • 9.
    • DRAW YOUR FAVOURITE MEAL
  • 10. SESSION 4
    • The teacher tells the story with puppets.
  • 11. ARTS & CRAFTS
    • Make a necklace.
  • 12. SESSION 5
    • REVIEW THE VOCABULARY
    • The group-class repeat after the teacher,the vocabulary that appears in the form of power-point on the digital white board.
  • 13. REVIEW THE SONG
    • The group-class sings the song that leaving an animal at a time.
    • Eventually the group sings the song without any animal.
  • 14. ACT OUT PLAY
    • Divide the group-class into two groups.
    • Each group will have fourteen students.
    • Seven will make an animals and seven will show a sign the days of the week.
    • Each student who does an animal, bring a distinctive.
  • 15. ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
    • Children are able to follow the daily routines: hello, feeling corner, clean up, sit down, circle time, bye, bye
    • Children are able to say the food of the story.
    • Children identify the animals and the food.
    • They are able to sit down and listen to a story quietly and attentively.
    • They are able to act and sing the song.
    • They are able to perform the story.
  • 16. SPECIAL NEEDS
    • Most of the activities are suitable for special needs as:
    • Group work.
    • Pair work.
    • Visual support.
    • Acting and miming.
    • Arts and crafts.  
    RHYTHM EXTRA SUPPORT LEARNING STYLES
  • 17. TRANSITIONS
    • HELLO
    • Hello, hello, how are you today?
    • I’m fine, I’m fine and you how are you?
    • STORYTIME
    • Open, shut them. Open, shut them.
    • Give a little clap.
    • Open, shut them. Open, shut them.
    • Lay them in your lap.
    • CLEAN UP
    • Clean up, clean up
    • Everybody let’s clean up
    • Clean up, clean up
    • Put your things away
    • BYE, BYE
    • Bye bye everyone, tralalalala (x4)
  • 18. MATERIALS&EQUIPMENT
    • TODAY IS MONDAY storybook by Eric Carl.
    • Kizclub materials: http://www.kizclub.com/stories2.htm
    • Youtube: Today is Monday song  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtN7ixHO4c8
    • PPS: story slides.