English Lesson Plan 1st Apr 18 , 2003
@@@This lesson plan is based on wENGLISH @TIME@PxiSetsuko Toyama@Oxford univ. press.)
@(1) g@s. / g@`.
@ (2) Hello Taro. / Hello Akari. /(Hand shaking)/ Bye./Bye.
(1) Say simple greetings in English.
(2) Enjoy reading an English picture book .
3 Materials Needed
@Puppet, Text book,CD, Picture bookThe Very Hungry Caterpiller(Eric Carle)ADoll of caterpiller
|@V|| 1 Greetings
Practice and Role-play the conversation changing partners to Puppet,Teacher, friends and so on.
Practice this conversation again in the same way.
Be enthusiastic and motivated as atecher. A positive classroom atmosphere stimulates creativity and student participation.
You can explain how to practice the conversation in Japanese by saying Let's practice simple greetings in English.
Give award certificates to students to acknowledge their successes.
|@@@R|| 2 Chants@@
r@down on a chair. Play the recording saying listen and do the actions.Model the actions. Encourage students do the actions.
At the beginning ,model stand up by saying Stand up and standing up. Then say Stand up.Students repeat and stand up.
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Play the recording saying Let's sing. Sing the song with students. Point the letters on the text page as students sing.
Sing the song cheerfully with students.It is not important for students to sing the song perfectly.Encourage and praise students as they try to sing.
@ wThe Very Hungry Caterpillerx(Eric Carle)
@ At first, point to the front page, then say " It's a caterpiller. It's Aomushi in Japanese " Hold up the book and read along.
@Use a small toy caterpiller as you read"ate through" to demonstrate the action.
Ask quick questions such as vf@@color? or What's this? as you read the book.
This part of plan is based on the Picture Puffins Guidelines by Setsuko Toyama .