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Task Chart Ana And Claudia

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Task Chart Ana And Claudia

  1. 1. Activity/Task Analysis (File) Name: skeleton bones Suitable Age FROM 5 UP. Group/level Skill Focus PRAGMATIC VOCABULARY Strategy PRONUNCIATION, ENTONATION, COMPREHENSION, ORAL (It develops…) PRACTICE, LISTENING; Communicative goals (Using the language for…) Objectives (Students will practice...) Procedure TEACHER SHOWS PICTURES AND TOYS TO INTRODUCE VOCAB, STUDENTS SIT IN A CIRCLE, TEACHER MODELS THE GAME PLACING A BONE BEHIND ONE OF THE STUDENTS WHILE THEY CHANT THE FOLLOWING RHYME WITH THEIR EYES CLOSED. “ Mr. Skeleton where’s your bone? Someone stole it from your home. Guess who? Maybe you! Maybe a ghost from Kalamazoo. Mr. Skeleton find your bone!” THE STUDENT WHO RECEIVES THE BONE CHASES THE ONE WHO GAVE IT TO HIM, AS IN THE TRADICIONAL GAME “LUCY LOCKET” (“OVO PODRE”). EXTENSION Have a cooking class when cookie dough is used to produce bones and even skeletons. The teacher may link this Halloween activity to the next subject which could be body parts. Variations/ Contingency Plan USE BOUNCE PLAY DOUGH TO MAKE A BONE. USE IT TO PLAY STOP WITH YOUR STS. IF YOU HAVE ROOM: - EACH ST IS A PART OF THE BODY, STUDENT A STAYS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CIRCLE, COUNTS TO THREE AND SCREAMS THE WORD FOR A PART OF THE BODY. THE ST DESIGNATED FOR THAT PART (ST B) CATCHES THE BALL AND SCREAMS: STOP!! THE ST B THROWS THE BALL AT ONE OF THE OTHERS. IF HE/SHE MISSES HE/SHE GOES BACK TO THE MIDDLE OF THE CIRCLE. IF HE/SHE HITS A ST, THAT ST IS “IT”. IF YOU DON’T HAVE MUCH ROOM:
  2. 2. ST SIT IN A CIRCLE. ONE ST STARTS PASSING A BONE TO THE NEXT WHILE THE WHOLE GROUP CHANTS THE SKELETON RHYME, WHEN THE RHYME FINISHES THE ONE WHO HAS THE BONE HAS TO PLAY A TRICK.

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