By the end of the lesson students will be able to produce orally vocabulary words in the context of the very hungry caterpillar.
By the end of the lesson students will be able to sequence the food items that the caterpillar ate in the context of the Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Procedure (46-60 minutes)
1. Welcome Students to Class 2. Ask them "How are you?" 3. Review weather words and ask how is the weather 4. Review Days of the week and ask them What day is it today?
1. Show Students the cover of the story. 2. Ask them if they remember what the caterpillar ate? 3. Play hide the card to review items taught from the previous lesson. 4. Ask students "what do you think the caterpillar ate on saturday?"
1. Elicit new Target Language using flashcards. 2. Drill the target language together as a whole Class. 3. Play pass the card (for pickle and cheese): each student says the word individually. Correct pronunciation if necessary. 4. Play hide the card while drilling vocabulary.
1. Play slap the board: call students to the board in pairs and check if students can identify the words taught in class.
Read the story while pausing for students to fill in the gaps using the words taught in class.
1. Model: show students an example of the worksheet that they are going to do. 2. Ask them what do they see? 3. Explain to the students that they are going to sequence the food items in the order of the story 4. Ask them What did the caterpillar eat first / on Monday and so on. Do the same thing for every food item. 5. Explain to students that they will need scissors and glue for this activity 6. Explain that they need to cut on the line to