PHYSICAL EDUCATION
2) Mrs. Mc Gonagal, what are you cooking?
Children´s language
- Mrs. Mc Gonagal, what are you cooking.
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Sources:
- Burtscher, Irmgard: Englische Lieder und Spiele. Für Kinder von 4- 11 Jahren. VERITAS
Schulbuch Verlags- und Ha...
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Fruit game

  1. 1. PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2) Mrs. Mc Gonagal, what are you cooking? Children´s language - Mrs. Mc Gonagal, what are you cooking. - I´m cooking three big apples, bananas, pears - I´m cooking little children. Teacher´s language - Let´s play a game. - Who knows the game “Mrs. Mc Gonagal, what are you cooking?” - Can you remember, can you explain it to the others? - I need a helper. - Ok, you are Mrs. Mc Gonagal. - You stand behind the line and answer the questions. - If Mrs. Mc Gonagal says: “I´m cooking three big apples.” All the others have to make 3 big steps forward. Teaching aims The children should be able to name some fruit. The cildren should be able to use easy questions and answers. The cildren should be able to react quickly. The children should be able to develop their vocabulary. Procedure Ok, Let´s play the game: “What are you cooking, Mrs. Mc Gonagal?”. I need a helper. Right Maria, you are Mrs. Mc Gonagal. You stand behind the line. All the others are standing in front of you behind the line. Now they ask: “What are you cooking, Mrs. Mc Gonagal?”. You answer the question like that: “I am cooking three big apples.” All the others have to make three big steps forward. If Mrs. Mc Gonagal says: “I´m cooking little children”. All the others have to run to the other side. Mrs. Mc Gonagal, you have to catch them. If somebody gets caught he/ she helps Mrs. Mc Gonagal with the cooking. Ok? Any questions? Let´s go.
  2. 2. Sources: - Burtscher, Irmgard: Englische Lieder und Spiele. Für Kinder von 4- 11 Jahren. VERITAS Schulbuch Verlags- und Handelsges.mbH & Co. OHG. - Carrer, Michael: Take 5. Nelson & Sons, 1980. - Pinter, Annamaria: Teaching Young Language Learners. Oxford University Press: Cornelsen, 2006. - Puchta, H. und Mueller- Caron, A.: Primary Classroom English. Ausdrücke und Phrasen für den Englischunterricht in der Grundschule. Österreich: Helbig Verlagsgesellschaft, 2001. - http://www.ego4u.de/de/chill-out/games Stand (18.01.2008) - http://www.ego4u.de/de/chill-out/games/books Stand (18.01.2008) - http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/spiele.htm Stand (18.01.2008)

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