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Draw Your Name
Beginner Adult Students level

Description

This is a warmer to help me get used to being in front of students.

Materials

Abc Paper, Tacking Glue, and Markers

Main Aims

  • To provide opportunity to discuss their pictures with others.
  • To provide opportunity to write the simple names of my pictures.

Subsidiary Aims

  • Personal Aim to practice sharing with students to think about timing. I am not sure how long each step will take. How long should I give them to draw their own pictures? 7 minutes?

Procedure

My name drawn out • To provide opportunity for the students to guess the pictures and say them. To practice writing the words of the pictures drawn.

I will introduce this game and then draw my pictures. The pictures I have selected are sun, hat, ear, leaf, lamp, yellow. I will do this before class begins because it will save time.

My name drawn out • To provide opportunity for the students to guess the pictures and say them. To practice writing the words of the pictures drawn.

I will have them guess the first word. When they guess correctly, that person will be invited to come up and write out the word. They will be able to receive help from the other students.

Describe for them to do their own name pictures. • To think about words for their names.

They will think about their own names and draw pictures for each letter.

They draw out their name in pictures. • To think about words for their names.

They work in pairs since many people may not know many words. I will monitor the class to see if they need some help coming up with words.

They share their pictures with someone else. • To practice speaking their names to others--try in English.

I tell the students to arrange themselves by their height. And then split them into pairs. They will discuss their names with each other.

They share their names of their partner with the WC • They will learn names.

They will introduce their partner to the rest of the class. And tack the drawings on the glass or board.

Compare all the pictures. • The students will think about the pictures and compare to strengthen vocabulary.

I will ask the students which pictures were only used by one person. I will ask the students with letter were hard.

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