Sunday, 7 December 2014


LESSON: COMPARATIVE.


Age of children:

11.

Level:

Primary 3rd cycle.

Objectives
  1.         Use the adjetives.
  2.         Rocognize words.


Language skills to practice

  •          Listening
  •          Speaking
  •          Reading.


Class duration

50 minutes.

The Lesson.

Warm-up.
      The teacher will show some words of this text like: tall, interesting, expensive, pretty, old, famous,


Presentation.
     The first time, the teacher could read to their students the sentences.  The first second, all of students will read and write the correct comparative or superlative.

1.- Complete the sentences using the comparative or superlative.

1 My brother works in the skyscraper----------in the city. (tall)

2 The science museum is than---------the parliament building(interesting)

3 That’s the------------------- shirt in the shop.(expensive)

4 I think the countryside is……………………Than the city. (pretty)

5 Richard is………………………………than David. (old)

6 Picasso is one of the---------------------- artists in the world. (famous).

2.- Write the correct word.




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Wrap-up.
    
Children will write a description of a important person for them .







LESSON: TRUE OR FALSE.


Age of children:

11.

Level:

Primary 3rd cycle.

Objectives
  1.         Listen the text.
  2.         Rocognize words.
  3.         Write true or false.


Language skills to practice

  •          Listening
  •          Speaking
  •     Reading.


Class duration

40 minutes.

The Lesson.

Warm-up
      The teacher will show some words of this text like: mother, father, sister,play.

Presentation.
     The first time, the teacher could read to their students the text.  The first second, all of students will read and write true or false.

Read and write true (T) or false (F).

Hello! My name is Peter. I get up every morning at half past six. I help my sisterto make breakfast and then my father asks me to make a hot drink.  After that, I go to school.
When I get home, my mother tells me to go to the supermarket. In the evening I play the piano and I hardly ever watch TV because I haven’t got time.
I have dinner with my family and then I help them to clear up the kitchen.


                

Peter’s sister never makes breakfast…………………………………………........................
 

His parents don’t want him to work much………………………………………........................................
 

When he finishes school, he plays football…………………..
 

He has dinner with his friends…………………………………………………………
 

He helps his family to clear up the kitchen…………………………………...................................




Wrap-up.
    
      Children will elaborate true phrases .






 

LESSON: THE STORY.


Age of children:

8.

Level:

Primary 2nd cycle.

Objectives
  •       Listen the story.
  •       Rocognize words.
  •       Ask to the questions.
  •       Elaborate some phrases to answer.





Language skills to practice
  1.          Listening
  2.          Speaking
  3.        Reading.

Class duration

60 minutes.

The Lesson.

Warm-up
      The teacher will show some words of this text like: wolf, jaw, crane, promise, neck, throat, content, mouth, gratitude.

Presentation.
     The first time, the teacher could read to their students the tales.  The first second, all of students will read the tales together.
Once time that the text had been read, they should answer the questions about the story.

Esop's Fables: The Wolf and the Crane



A Wolf had been gorging on an animal he had killed, when suddenly a small bone in the meat stuck in his throat and he could not swallow it. He soon felt terrible pain in his throat, and ran up and down groaning and groaning and seeking for something to relieve the pain. He tried to induce every one he met to remove the bone. "I would give anything," said he, "if you would take it out." At last the Crane agreed to try, and told the Wolf to lie on his side and open his jaws as wide as he could. Then the Crane put its long neck down the Wolf's throat, and with its beak loosened the bone, till at last it got it out.

"Will you kindly give me the reward you promised?" said the Crane.

The Wolf grinned and showed his teeth and said: "Be content. You have put your head inside a Wolf's mouth and taken it out again in safety; that ought to be reward enough for you."

Gratitude and greed go not together.

Questions:
1.- Where has the wolf got a problem?.
2.- Who can the wolf  help?.
3.- Had you thought about the promise that the wolf did to the crane? Why?.


Wrap-up.
    
      Children will draw a picture about this story.