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English Class kelvin

 

>>> Week 1. Language: (Aesop Fable)

 

Week 1

 

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are

Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are

 

Once I saw a little bird come hop, hop, hop

And I said: Will you stop? Stop? Stop?

I went to the window saying How do you do?

But he shook his little tail and away he flew.

 

I like the flowers, I like the daffodils,

I like the mountains, I like the rolling hills,

I like the fires, when the lights are low.

Shoo bi doo, shoo bi doo, shoo bi doo wow ! (or as you wish)

 

Bean bag, bean bag, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

 

In the morning, the sun wakes up everyone,

Then he rises high above to share his love.

And at night, the sun sets, and we too go to our beds.

 

The sun is in my heart,

He warms me with his power

And wakens life and love

In bird and beast and flower.

 

Do do Darling do, darling soon to sleep will go

 

 When we tell a story, we sit altogether

Today’s story will begin soon, oooo !

 

My mother called to me, and this is what she said:

Go down to the store and buy a loaf of bread. (repeat two times)

The storekeeper listened, and this is what he said:

 Let's go to the baker, and get the loaf of bread. (repeat two times)

We talked to the baker, and this is what he said:

The miller has the flour, for to bake the bread. (repeat two times)

We went to the miller in his mill so neat.

Go down to the farmer for to get the wheat. (repeat two times)

We came to the farmer milking his cow.

He sent us to the blacksmith for to get a plough. (repeat two times)

The farmer ploughed the field,

The miller ground the wheat,

The baker made the dough,

The storekeeper wrapped it,

And gave it straight to me.

I took it home to mother, as proud as I could be!

(Create gestures and movements)

 

When we tell a story, we sit altogether,

Today’s story is finished. Ooooo

 

And when it’s time to go away,

We say good bye, good bye, good bye…

 

(I let you choose a good bye song)

 

Week 2:

 

Introduce new chant after the ‘bean bag, 1, 2, 3, 4…’

Monkeys see. Monkeys do.

Show me what you can do.

Throw the beanbag from in front of you and catch it behind your back.

Pass the beanbag from one hand to another behind your back

Throw the beanbag and land it on your head.

 

Week 3:

 

After the main story is finished

Repeat quickly the chant ‘Once I saw a little bird…’

Then turn to your right and say ‘How do you do?’

Encourage the student to reply ‘How do you do?’

And then that student to repeat the process to the right.

Warning… with 22 students, this activity can become wild.

Stop it if necessary.

 

Introduce new conclusion:

This is my head. This is my nose.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10 fingers, 10 little fingers.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10 toes, 10 little toes.

 

>>> Maths: (Addition / Subtraction)

 

Week 4

 

Beginning song

Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely days

Where can I find someone to be my friend?

I see the sunrise, sunset every day

Why am I here alone standing every day?

 

Game

 

What does it mean when the crickets chirp.

And away to the south the swallows steer:

When apples are falling and leaves grow brown?

These are the signs that autumn is here.

 

One little Indian boy making a canoe,

Another came and then there were two / three / four…

Two little Indian boys climbing up a tree,

Three little Indian boys playing on the shore,

Four little Indian boys learning how to dive,

Five making arrows then from slender shining sticks,

Six little Indian boys marching along in state,

Eight little Indian boys camping near the pins,

Nine little Indian boys growing to be men…

(find gestures and movements suitable for every line

To develop right/left, front/back, up/down

This can be performed at end of semester)

 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, in my head count windows seven

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, point each way, that makes six

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, see my fingers five.

1, 2, 3, 4, limbs, I have four.

1, 2, 3, Earth, Air, Sea.

1, 2, Me, You.

1, done!

 

When we tell a story, we sit altogether

Today’s story will begin soon:

 

There was a noble prince,

St Michael was his name

He held a shining sword,

And mighty was his fame.

There crawled a dragon black,

As black as black could be,

St Michael killed the dragon,

And everyone was free.

 

When we tell a story, we sit altogether

Today’s story is finished. Oooo

 

To introduce the game, repeat the story,

Point to yourself as St Mickael

Pick up the students and let them make a line.

Then start to run after the last one…

They should understand…

 

Play the St Mickael’s dragon game

(if space big enough, safety first.)

Students stand in a line.

St Mickael stands in front

And tries to catch the tail of that line.) 

 

>>> Nature: