Lesson 2 YLEXT
Upper elementary level
To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a running dictation in the context of monsters
To provide review and practice of has(n't)/have(n't) got in the context of queenie, queenie ball song and drawing monsters
To provide review and practice of body parts in the context of drawing monsters
Procedure (29-45 minutes)
Greetings the children Asking students to remember what they've learned today and yesterday. Let them tell me the adjectives by heart in opposites. Tell them today we'll do a ball game and we will draw monsters.
"Queenie, queenie, who's got the ball"
SS will hear an audio clip and fill out the blanks on the handout from the activity book lesson 7. Let the students check their answers in pairs. Then listen again if necessary.
Review some of the vocab on body parts by dividing them into groups of 3 and have them write down the body parts they know. And then review T-S
The students will be divided into pairs. 1 is a writer/drawer, 1 is a runner. The runner will run back and forth between the writer and the picture on the teacher's desk. The writer/drawer will have to draw as precisely as possible the picture as described by the runner. The picture will come up on the board so the writer can compare his picture with the original. The pairs switch roles after the first pictures are all done.
Elicit some of the language used. Do a quick review of the language used in the dictation on the WHITEBOARD
I spy with my little eye and it starts with 'd' (have an object in the classroom in mind) Model once or twice, then in pairs.