MUSIC AND GAMES     IN EFL CLASSROOMS        13/06/2012   Santyna
Objectives: Help   teachers encourage students get oral production of English Organize     and lead simple musical lesso...
 How many of you like to cook? Do your students like to do  homework? How many of you like to paint? How many of you l...
Introduction   Songs    and   games       can              be   very   interesting and motivating sources of real   life m...
5 Key Elements of Games                                        TIME  COMPETITION RULES                                 PLA...
Adding games to your teachingrepetoire   Guessing Games RACES   & HUNTS Board   Games   DICE GAMES                 13/...
Where people putvaluablessafe bankmattressdrawersafety deposit box             13/06/2012   Santyna
Name …..thing(s) thatis/are…          0 …..green          00……red          000 …round          0000….boring          00000...
WHATWHER       WHO     WHEN E       WHY       HOW          13/06/2012   Santyna
NAMES 3 THINGS…..               …that are red       …are made of       …… that areSTART                              metal...
FINISH THE SENTENCE          13/06/2012   Santyna
POWERPOINT GAMES         13/06/2012   Santyna
Activities to do with songs      Song building   Write the lyrics in couplets or line by line on strips of paper         ...
 Oral Song project - oral presentations  Students in pairs/small groups choose  a singer, group or musical genre. They  p...
   Ear training and pronunciation    Remove all the rhyming words from a popular    song. Give the students those words m...
Take the song words and run!          13/06/2012   Santyna
Classroom Activity Ideas Free Writing Using Pictures with Music Emotions through Music Song Book Lesson Plan          ...
Free Writing                                        TIPS Choose an inspiring song              •Keep your pencil to the  ...
Pictures with Songs            13/06/2012   Santyna
Emotions through Music Begin by eliciting a list of emotions  from students Try to get the students to tell you as  many...
13/06/2012   Santyna
ACTIVITIES To fill in the blanks To complete the sentence To put in correct order To identify words To remember gramm...
CONCLUSION“GAMES (MUSIC)LUBRICATE THE BODY AND MIND”BENJAMIN FRANKLIN         13/06/2012   Santyna
   Weblinks    http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish    This site has an excellent music section.    http://w...
SANTY REQUEJO SALDAÑA srequejo@icpnachi.edu.pe santynaoo7@hotmail.com www.tipsforteachers-santy.blogspot.com www.teach...
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  1. 1. MUSIC AND GAMES IN EFL CLASSROOMS 13/06/2012 Santyna
  2. 2. Objectives: Help teachers encourage students get oral production of English Organize and lead simple musical lessons with greater confidence Have fun Help learners acquire language skills Give you sources and ideas of classroom games 13/06/2012 Santyna
  3. 3.  How many of you like to cook? Do your students like to do homework? How many of you like to paint? How many of you like music?Let’s take a POLL 13/06/2012 Santyna
  4. 4. Introduction Songs and games can be very interesting and motivating sources of real life material for your students and ones that particularly reach into their world. There are lots of useful exercises that can be built around them to help develop your learners English. 13/06/2012 Santyna
  5. 5. 5 Key Elements of Games TIME COMPETITION RULES PLAY TEAMS 13/06/2012 Santyna
  6. 6. Adding games to your teachingrepetoire Guessing Games RACES & HUNTS Board Games DICE GAMES 13/06/2012 Santyna
  7. 7. Where people putvaluablessafe bankmattressdrawersafety deposit box 13/06/2012 Santyna
  8. 8. Name …..thing(s) thatis/are… 0 …..green 00……red 000 …round 0000….boring 00000 …..exciting 000000 …..colorful 13/06/2012 Santyna
  9. 9. WHATWHER WHO WHEN E WHY HOW 13/06/2012 Santyna
  10. 10. NAMES 3 THINGS….. …that are red …are made of …… that areSTART metal hot…..that are …..that are tiny …..that are soft …that areblack dangerous….that are …that are cold …that fly …that crawlmade of wood FINIS H 13/06/2012 Santyna
  11. 11. FINISH THE SENTENCE 13/06/2012 Santyna
  12. 12. POWERPOINT GAMES 13/06/2012 Santyna
  13. 13. Activities to do with songs  Song building Write the lyrics in couplets or line by line on strips of paper (photocopied for a large group). Students have 5 minutes to read the lyrics on the table . Listen and put them in order. 13/06/2012 Santyna
  14. 14.  Oral Song project - oral presentations Students in pairs/small groups choose a singer, group or musical genre. They prepare an oral presentation, including extracts from songs, a biography of the group and description of the instruments used. Then you can listen to the song. 13/06/2012 Santyna
  15. 15.  Ear training and pronunciation Remove all the rhyming words from a popular song. Give the students those words mixed up on a piece of paper or on the board. Match the words which rhyme. Then try to guess what the song might be about. Listen to the song and put the rhyming ending words in order as they hear them. Then give out a lyrics sheet and they insert the missing rhymes. This is good for vowel contrasts and practice of key vowels or consonants. 13/06/2012 Santyna
  16. 16. Take the song words and run! 13/06/2012 Santyna
  17. 17. Classroom Activity Ideas Free Writing Using Pictures with Music Emotions through Music Song Book Lesson Plan 13/06/2012 Santyna
  18. 18. Free Writing TIPS Choose an inspiring song •Keep your pencil to the paper Have students ―free write •Write any ideas that come into your mind •Don’t worry about spelling or grammar Play the song a few times Have students use their free writing to develop an essay, story, etc. 13/06/2012 Santyna
  19. 19. Pictures with Songs 13/06/2012 Santyna
  20. 20. Emotions through Music Begin by eliciting a list of emotions from students Try to get the students to tell you as many emotions as they can Write a list on the board Put on the song and tell students to point at the emotions the music represents 13/06/2012 Santyna
  21. 21. 13/06/2012 Santyna
  22. 22. ACTIVITIES To fill in the blanks To complete the sentence To put in correct order To identify words To remember grammar-vocabulary To have fun To use 4 skills To write 13/06/2012 Santyna
  23. 23. CONCLUSION“GAMES (MUSIC)LUBRICATE THE BODY AND MIND”BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 13/06/2012 Santyna
  24. 24.  Weblinks http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish This site has an excellent music section. http://www.britishcouncil.org/learnenglish The songs and lyrics section of the kids and teens sites will give you plenty of ideas on how to use songs and how to introduce information about musicians. http://www.eslcafe.com/ideas/sefer.cgi?Music A good set of links to teaching with songs sites. http://www.lyrics.ch The best international lyrics search engine. See lyrics from the latest European chart toppers 13/06/2012 Santyna
  25. 25. SANTY REQUEJO SALDAÑA srequejo@icpnachi.edu.pe santynaoo7@hotmail.com www.tipsforteachers-santy.blogspot.com www.teacherstraining- icpnachi.blogspot.com 13/06/2012 Santyna

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