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My TEFL resources. See my resources webpage at http://www.globalcitizen.co.uk/inforesources/teflresources/resources.html...

My TEFL resources. See my resources webpage at http://www.globalcitizen.co.uk/inforesources/teflresources/resources.html

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This selection of my favourite English lesson resources is adapted specifically for other Hong Kong primary children. All have an informal, fun-based approach and are original designs courtesy of yours truly.

Some Powerpoints cover several lessons and include accompanying printable worksheets and games - most can be adapted for older or younger pupils.

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  • 1. Designed for Hong Kong primary children. Subject: Poetry
  • 2. poetry
  • 3.
    • Rhyming Poems
    • Tongue Twisters
    • Acrostics
    3 types of poem
  • 4.
    • Rhyming words sound similar .
    • Rhyme means “ sounds like ”.
    • The similar sound is usually at the end .
    What are rhyming words? Rhyming poems
  • 5. grow / go / so / blow / no two / blue / new / do / boo right / night / fight / kite / bite / bright / light / tight / tonight / fright cat / ____ / _____/ _____ / _____/ _____ / Let’s say the rhyming words and circle the ending sounds … Rhyming poems
  • 6. You cannot know if it rhymes by looking at the spelling. You must SAY the word to know if it rhymes. WARNING:
  • 7. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you ____! Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the _____. Let’s circle the rhyming words… Blackboard slide
  • 8. Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full; Let’s circle the rhyming words… Blackboard slide
  • 9. Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses and all the king's men Couldn't put Humpty together again! Let’s circle the rhyming words… Blackboard slide
  • 10. I'm a little teapot short and stout, Here is my handle, here is my spout, When I get all steamed up hear me shout, Tip me up, and pour me out. Let’s circle the rhyming words… Blackboard slide
  • 11. Rain, rain, go away, Come again some other day. Hong Kong children want to play. Let’s circle the rhyming words… Blackboard slide
  • 12. What rhymes with CAT? ask an at crocodlie What rhymes with LOOK? book boot back sausages Which word rhymes with GIRAFFE? light pumpkin lemon laugh There's a big fat ______ in your KITCHEN! pig cow horse chicken Which word rhymes with GREEN? school grape queen blue Which word rhymes with SHOE? two shop tom pineapples Look at that GOAT in a ______. classroom car boat bus There's a FOX in the ______. box house school toilet Raise your hand to play…
  • 13. I have a dog, His name is Jack , With a coat of white And spots coloured _______. I take him out, Most every day , Such fun we have, We run and p _____. The dog Let’s finish the poems…
  • 14. Now so high, Now so low Up in the air, Then down I _____. Over the world, Under the tree , Nobody knows What things I’ll s _____. Wonderful lands Where children play Early morning and Through the ______. The swing Raise your hand to play…
  • 15. One one, The hot yellow ______. Two, two, The sky is so _________. Three, three, Birds sing in the ________. Four, four, A knock at the _____. Five, five, I’m feeling so alive ! Six, six, An ice-cream he licks . Counting poem Seven, seven, I hope to go to heaven . Eight, eight, What is today’s _______? Nine, nine, These sweets are all ______! Ten, ten, Time for bed again ! Raise your hand to play…
  • 16. tongue twisters
  • 17.
    • Rhyming Poems
    • Tongue Twisters
    • Acrostics
    3 types of poem
  • 18. A tongue twister is a poem that is very difficult to say. The class is split into 2 teams. Each team will select one member to try and say the tongue twister! Tongue Twister Game!
  • 19. Red lorry, Yellow lorry, Red lorry, Yellow lorry TEAM 1 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 20.
    • Fred feeds fish fresh food
    TEAM 2 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 21.
    • Silly sheep weep and sleep
    TEAM 1 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 22.
    • She sells sea shells by the sea shore
    TEAM 2 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 23. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers TEAM 1 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 24.
    • Fat frogs flying past fast
    TEAM 2 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 25.
    • We surely shall see the sun shine soon
    TEAM 1 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 26.
    • Six slippery snails, slid slowly seaward
    TEAM 2 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 27. Pink pig plays in his pen. Plays, plays in his pen. TEAM 1 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 28. Little lizard leaps by the lake. Leaps, leaps by the lake. TEAM 2 Say it two times, very fast!
  • 29. Let’s write our own tongue twister!
  • 30. acrostics
  • 31.
    • Rhyming Poems
    • Tongue Twisters
    • Acrostics
    3 types of poem
  • 32. BEACH Bright sunshine Everyone has fun All splashing in the water. Can we stay all day? How about coming back tomorrow? Acrostics are poems where we take one word and think of new words/sentences which start with each letter . For example… DOLPHIN Dangerous dives Over the waves Light blue sea Pounding up and down Hungry the dolphin cries Its mother comes Now the dolphin's day has ended SAM Shares his things Always on time My friend  SKY Sun shining down Kites flying high You should see  Acrostics
  • 33.
    • Let’s use these two words / subjects:
    • SCHOOL
    • ENGLISH
    The words must be about the subject First, we brainstorm some words about SCHOOL and ENGLISH: Let’s write one together…
  • 34. S C H O O L E N G L I S H The words must be about the subject Let’s write one together…
  • 35. Shining sun Pretty hot Run outside! Ice cream melts Not inside Go outside Sky so blue Usually we go to the beach Mum makes us cold drinks Mum buys us ice cream Enjoying picnics Roads are parked with cars Autumn is when I go back to school Umbrellas keep us dry Trees lose their leaves Up in the trees birds nest Mist and fog are about No one in the swimming pool Warm by the fire Inside it is warm Nearly time to travel Time to go to school Enjoying sleep Rain and thunder is about The words must be about the subject More examples…
  • 36. Let’s make one with your names…
  • 37. worksheet
  • 38. Make an acrostic poem for your own name! WORKSHEET
  • 39. Put the rhyming words in the correct circle. WORKSHEET
  • 40.