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### Animlas3

1. 1. Verena Müllauer Themenzentrierter Fremdsprachenunterricht WS: 2007/2008 Material: ● One plastic egg or hard-boiled egg. Text of the chant: (Chicken, chicken), do not rest; an egg is missing from your nest! Have the (chicken) guess who has the egg by asking a specific child "Have you stolen my egg ?" If the child does not have the egg she replies "I don’t have it ! ". If the child does have the egg she replies "Yes, I have the egg!" and hands the egg to the (chicken). Then that child stands in the middle. Procedure: The teacher gives information about chicken and eggs. Afterward, they all play a game together: Procedure: ● Teacher says the rhyme and the pupils have to repeat it. ● Then we form a circle. ● One child is the chicken and sits in the middle of the circle and has to close the eyes. ● Everybody holds her hands behind the back. ● The teacher places the egg in one pupil’s hand. ● After that all say together. (Chicken, chicken), do not rest, an egg is missing from your nest!
2. 2. Verena Müllauer Themenzentrierter Fremdsprachenunterricht WS: 2007/2008 ● Then, the child who is the chicken is allowed to open the eyes and has to notice, which pupil has the egg. ● The chicken has to guess and ask a specific child: "Have you stolen my egg?“ ● If the child does not have the egg she replies: "Sorry I don’t have it ! ". ● If the child does have the egg she replies "Yes, I have the egg!" and hands the egg to the (chicken).Then that child goes to the middle. Teaching aims: ● Pupils should be able to understand the chant. ● Pupils should be able to pronounce the words correctly. ● Pupils should be able to say the rhyme fluently. ● Pupils should participate and enjoy practising English.