03_Teaching English in the Primary School

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03_Teaching English in the Primary School

  1. 1. www.d-academy.com.ua www.d-academy.ru Дистанционные курсы, вебинары, трен инги НОВАЯ ВЕРШИНА ВАШЕГО МАСТЕРСТВА
  2. 2. REACHING YOUR AIMS The 3rd webinar of Teaching in Primary School Nadiia Klymyshyna Editor-in-chief of methodological journal “English in Primary school” www.e-osnova.ru www.osnova.com.ua
  3. 3. RESULTS OF PRACTICAL TASKS Activity 1 to review the lexis from previous lesson(s) to practice grammar structures There is/There are to give controlled oral practice to create interest in the topic + to develop active listening (to analyze info and make a conclusion) Activity 2 to practice students’ reading skills for detail (scanning) to use the target language Activity 3 to develop reading skills (finding the connection between the sentences) + to check understanding of the text
  4. 4. WHAT TO DO TODAY? to discover a secret of aim writing  to analyze a lesson plan  to take part in a lesson  to check if the lesson has got a logical order  to enjoy yourself  to asks all the possible questions 
  5. 5. IDENTIFYING AN AIM
  6. 6. IDENTIFYING AN AIM MAIN AIM WHAT — COMMUNICATE DO WE DO WHEN WE COMMUNICATE?
  7. 7. IDENTIFYING AN AIM What do we do when we communicate? speak listen retell ask answer agree disagree like dislike repeat explain describe guess write mime use gestures feel keep secret read compare
  8. 8. LESSON PLAN A. Objectives Pupils will be able to B. Language skills C. Functions (how sentences are used) D. Vocabulary E. Language structures (receptive) (what will they read and listen) F. Language structures (productive) (what will they say and write) G. Resources H. Attitudes
  9. 9. LESSON PLAN A. Objectives Pupils will be able to B. Language skills C. Functions D. Vocabulary E. 1. Listen for detail; follow spoken instructions 2. Follow a set of instructions; tell about the colours of the fish; give opinion about the fish; enjoy the story Language structures (receptive) F. 3. Describe the colours of the fish 4. New – parts of fish; known – face, colour 5. Develop interest in and enjoyment of stories in English Language structures (productive) G. Resources H. Attitudes 6. Black sock, blank fish pictures, coloured pencils 7. Instructions; Use of please in instruction Use of past tense
  10. 10. LESSON PLAN A. Objectives 2 Pupils will be able to B. Language skills 1 C. Functions 3 D. Vocabulary 4 E. Language structures (receptive) 7 F. Language structures (productive) G. Resources H. Attitudes 5 1. Listen for detail; follow spoken instructions 2. Follow a set of instructions; tell about the colours of the fish; give opinion about the fish; enjoy the story 3. Describe the colours of the fish 4. New – parts of fish; known – face, colour 5. Develop interest in and enjoyment of stories in English 6. Black sock, blank fish pictures, coloured pencils 7. Instructions; Use of please in instruction Use of past tense
  11. 11. COLOURS Red Yellow Green Blue Brown Orange
  12. 12. COLOURS Red Yellow Green Blue Brown Orange
  13. 13. LOOK AT MY FISH fin body tail face lips
  14. 14. LOOK AT MY FISH fin body tail face lips sad or happy?
  15. 15. Angry Rude Sad Happy Polite Thank you! Thank you!
  16. 16. Angry Rude Happy Sad Polite Thank you! Thank you!
  17. 17. LISTEN AND COLOUR THE FISH
  18. 18. LISTEN AND COLOUR THE FISH
  19. 19. LOOK AND SAY
  20. 20. LOOK AND SAY
  21. 21. LOOK AND SAY
  22. 22. LOOK AND SAY
  23. 23. LOOK AND SAY
  24. 24. ACTIVITY SCHEME Review colours Present new words Info Listen and colour Retell the story Output activity Mode Task
  25. 25. CONCLUSIONS Aims should be specific and easy to remember  Aims are the tool to develop a plan  Logical order makes students motivated and appreciated 
  26. 26. CONCLUSIONS Aims should be specific and easy to remember  Aims are the tool to develop a plan  Logical order makes students motivated and appreciated  Many attempts to communicate are nullified by saying too much. Robert Greenleaf
  27. 27. PRACTICAL TASK 3 Continue adding the verbs in the list of “communicate”  Underline those verbs that your students can easily do  Develop your lessons to reach the aims that are not underlined  Enjoy the teaching!  Continue being such an active and eager to learn student  www.e-osnova.ru www.osnova.com.ua

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