faces & feelings
To provide clarification, review and practice of eyes, nose, ears, eyes, chin, mouth and glasses in the context of faces and feelings
To provide the pupils with the gist and detailed listening practice in the context of story about crocodiles
To provide accuracy and fluency practice in the context of faces and feelings.
Procedure (32-40 minutes)
• The learners see a round shape with only what looks like a chin. They are also provided with some other shapes so as to complete the shape. THis is meant to be a human face with a nose, eyes, glasses, and hair. but they have to draw the hair when I urge them to help me and complete the face.
• Once they put the parts together, I will get them to elicit the words one by one and then there will be a few drills both chorally and individually. • I will get them to come to the board and write them next to the parts.
• The pupils are asked to draw a human face with the parts. • Then they check their work together and show it to other groups.
• I will urge them to make sentences like ' he/she has got a nose', ' he/she has got two eyes'
• The pupils match the pictures and the words on the board. • Then there will be a few drills both choral and individual.
• I will ask a number of CCQs such as ' do you like this one?' referring to the facial expressions.
• The pupils listen and determine the number of people.
• Th pupils read the text and colour in the hair and eyes of the right person. • I urge them to see each other's work and help on another. • I will write the answers on the board.
• The pupils listen to a story by the teacher. • I read every sentence quite slowly to create suspense and may ask some questions while reading. • I will urge the learners to share their ideas with me.