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  • 1. ICT in ELT 05-06-12Natalia Fiore, María Eugenia Torres UTNGroup: 5th.gradeGrade level: ElementaryClass Number 1: ‘Little red riding hood and the wolf’Objective: Check the comprehension of the story and its vocabulary.Materials: Story book, flashcards and computers.Introduction:- The class will be arranged to the story. Students will sit down in a circle around the teacher.- The teacher will show them the cover of the book and encourage them to make predictionsabout the story they are about to hear.Development:- The teacher will read the story including gestures and body languagePractice:- Students will be arranged in groups of 3 or 4 to work on a JQuiz activity about the story.- The teacher will check orally the correct the answers with using flashcards.
  • 2. ICT in ELT 05-06-12Natalia Fiore, María Eugenia Torres UTNClousure:-The teacher will give students finger puppets to cut out.Class Number 3: ‘The little mermaid’Objective: Check the comprehension of the story and its vocabulary.Materials: Story book and computers.Introduction:
  • 3. ICT in ELT 05-06-12Natalia Fiore, María Eugenia Torres UTN-We give the students a link with a video to watch at their houses about the beginnings of thestory of “the little mermaid” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhKESMmZJMs-We discuss what they saw and what predictions can they make according to that background.Development:- The teacher will read the story including gestures and body languagePractice:- Students will be arranged in groups of 3 or 4 to work on a JCloze activity about the story.Class Number 4: ‘Cinderella’Objective: Recall the story elements of the Cinderella story as well as the emotionspresent.Materials: Movie, Interactive whiteboard, projector and computers.
  • 4. ICT in ELT 05-06-12Natalia Fiore, María Eugenia Torres UTNIntroduction:- The teacher will show the video of Cinderella to the class and will ask students as theywatch the video to search for the story elements of character, setting, problem, events,solution and ending and also to pay attention to the emotions. After the movie the classwill be set around those topics.Development:-Students will be set in pairs and be asked to make a chart of large paper into sixsquares. They will have to write the story elements in the six squares (characters,setting, problem, events, solution and ending). Chacacters Setting Problem Event Solution EndingClass Number 5: ‘Cinderella’Objective: Orally retell the story of Cinderella. Focus and later practice on adjectives thatrefer to emotions.Materials: Interactive whiteboard, projector and computers.Introduction:- Using the story elements as a reference made the earlier lesson, the students retell thestory of Cinderella with the eliciting action of the teacher, who makes yes/no questionsand choice questions. During this activity, we’ll use an interactive white board in orderto students to come to the front and complete the story elements chart altogether(characters, setting, problem, events, solution and ending).Development:
  • 5. ICT in ELT 05-06-12Natalia Fiore, María Eugenia Torres UTNThe teacher will brainstorm and discuss other vocabulary related to the characters thatis present in the story, adjectives such as pretty, unhappy, miserable, excited, happy,beautiful, surprised and successful.Practice:The teacher will write the words students will have to include clarifying meaning whilewriting them. Then students will work on the computer and with Hot Potatoes and theJCloze, students will re-read the story and fill in the gaps. This activity will be done ingroups of 2 or three students.After that and with the interactive whiteboard, the teacher and the students will correctthe activity using the JCloze itself.
  • 6. ICT in ELT 05-06-12Natalia Fiore, María Eugenia Torres UTNCLASS NUMBER 5:RUMPELSTINTSKINPREPARATION & SETTING - We give the students a link with a video to watch at their houses of the story of “RUMPELSTINTSKIN” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvRLx5O8ZpM - We discuss what they saw and what has called their attention the most, in class.STORY- The students listen to the story in class again to refresh their memories and to comment on it.ACTIVITIES- We ask them to complete a JCross activity on "Rumpelstiltskin" in groups of 3 or 4 . (To checkcomprehension and vocabulary of the story)- Together we check orally the correct the answers with the teacher, using a smartboard.REVIEW - We make a JMatch activity including all the stories mentioned in the unit altogether with the help of the teacher.