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Presentación Toñi Vicente

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    • Haiku’s time Once upon a time There was a lovely haiku I can’t remember…
    • HAIKUS FOR KIDS MAIN IDEAS  FIRST, pupils will listen to this explanation: HAIKUS INTRODUCTION A syllable is a part of a word pronounced as an unit. It is usually made up of a vowel alone or a vowel with one or more consonants. The word HAIKU has two syllables: HAI—KU, the word introduction has four syllables: IN- TRO- DUC-TION. 5 7 5 Or… 12345 1234567 12345 HAIKU is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. It’s an unrhymed three-line poem.Haiku poems consists of three lines. The first and third line of a haiku have got 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables.
    • Here’s a HAIKU to help you to remember I am first with five Then seven in the middle Five again to end. Because HAIKUS are such short poems, they are usually written about things that are recognizable to the reader. Animals and seasons are examples of recognizable topics children might enjoy exploring. ACTIVITY 1. 1. Syllables’ time: I will read aloud different HAIKUS and pupils will find out their syllables by clapping. ACTIVITY 2. 2. WHAT AM I?? HAIKUS This act like a riddle. The writer uses the haiku to describe something. The other children in the classroom can then attempt to guess what the poem was describing after listening to or reading the HAIKU. I am going to use different internet resources so the pupils can see how is a haiku. I will write different poems for them to guess. ACTIVITY 3. 3. PUT IN ORDER. I will give a HAIKU to my pupils on different papers, for example I will write THE- SUN-IS –YE-LLOW in five different papers
    • AND-MY-NIGHT-IS-MUCH-LON-GER In seven different papers IF- MUM- IS –NOT- HERE. In five different papers. And I will give the papers to my pupils so they can stand up and re-write the poem in order. ACTIVITY 4 4. SEASON: first you will want to select a season spring, summer, autumn or winter. You could write about nature: animals, plants, the sky, the ocean, the wind and so on. Start by selecting a topic and then decide what do you want to say. In order to make it easier for my pupils we will work before in groups at the classroom and they will write vocabulary in a little piece of paper, a lot of words about nature and their lifes: school, family, animals… ACTIVITY 5 5. Bookmarkers: children will create their own bookmarker with their own poems and they will share them or even they can give it as a lovely gift to their friends or family. Some OBJECTIVES  To review vocabulary and to renew it. Main vocabulary about nature and their feelings.  To be able to express their feelings and thoughts in written English.  To create and to be able to enjoy their handcrafts.
    • PLACES: First, this activity will take place at the classroom during one lesson for revising vocabulary and renew it. The second part will take place in the library of VIRGEN NIÑA school with audiovisual support and music. The MUSIC I will use for this activity will be THE FOUR SEASONS of VIVALDI.
    • Good morning Nuria!!! I will try to send you some photos after these works about lovely HAIKUS. Thanks for your time. Take care: Maria Antonia Vicente Ruiz USING ROLE PLAYS, SONGS AND GAMES IN ENGLISH.