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Numer: 31172
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Dział: Języki obce

Animals are our best friends - scenariusz zajęć języka angielskiego

Lesson plan: Topic: Animals are our best friends

Age of students: 6-7 year old
Number of students: 10
Level: Elementary
Time: 45 minutes
Main aims:
to present and practice names of animals: cat, dog, frog, mouse, parrot, tortoise, fish, hamster, rabbit;
to present and practice adjectives big and small;
to present and practice the correct spelling and pronunciation of the new words;
to revise the names of farm animals: horse, duck, bat, sheep, hen etc.;
to revise verbs of movement: jump, run, climb, swim, fly;
to consolidate the items of vocabulary acquired during the lesson.

Materials:
Real objects – mascots of animals in different size,
CD 'Our Discovery Island 1” - chant - recording 2:20, ((Appendix 8)
CD 'Our Discovery Island 1” - song - recording 2:23, ((Appendix 9)
'Our Discovery Island 1” - activity book
A big box,
A handout of an exercise (Appendix 10)
Homework – handout (Appendix 11)
a CD player
Procedure:
1. Warm up
SS sing a well-known for them song about animals which they learnt during the previous lesson. While singing a song they mime actions of jumping, swimming, running, climbing and flying (Appendix 1).
SS are asked to imagine that they are one of the animals they have already known and mime them for the class to guess. It can jump. It's a horse.
T asks individual SS some questions: Have you got a pet? What is it? Can it jump?
2. Presentation:
T asks Ss to sit in the circle on the carpet and gives them some mascots of cat, dog, frog, mouse, parrot, tortoise, fish, hamster, rabbit to play for a while. Then T. asks SS if they know what are the animals. Next T. presents the animals one by one pronouncing each word and asking SS to repeat after him in chorus and individually.
T. pays SS attention to the size of the animals by saying: Look! It's a big dog. A really big dog. Look! The mouse is small. It's a really small mouse. Then T. asks SS to sort the animals according to their size. Next, T. asks SS to pick one mascot and say if it is big or small.
T. shows SS a mascot of an animal and asks questions: What is it?, What colour is it?, Is it big? etc.
3. Practice:
T. plays the recording of a chant (Appendix 2), asks students to repeat after the recording and mime the size of the animals. They were asked to chant along with the recording.
T. shows SS a big colourful box with two small holes in it. T. divides SS. into two groups and invites them to play a guessing game. T. puts one of the mascots into the box and asks individual member of the first group to put his/her hand there to feel what is there inside the box. SS. are asked to say sentences: I've got a parrot. It's big. After saying the sentence the S. takes the mascot out of the box and shows it to the class. If the S. gives correct name of an animal his/her group gets a point (a sticker). The team who manage to collect more points wins.
T. plays the recording with a song (Appendix 3), while listening SS. pick up a mascot of the animal they hear. T. plays the recording again he/she stops the recording and asks questions: Is the dog very big or very small? T. elicits the answer from an individual S. The procedure is continued with other stanzas of the song.
SS. practice spelling of the newly presented words: T. gives SS. a handout and asks them to find animals and trace their names. (ODI activity book p.32)
4. Homework:
Read the sentences and match them to the pictures. ( ODI activity book p.33)

Appendix 1

A song:
I'm a horse.

I'm a horse and I can jump
I'm a horse and I can jump
I'm a horse and I can jump
I can jump like this.

I'm a bat and I can fly
I'm a bat and I can fly
I'm a bat and I can fly
I can fly like this.

I'm a duck and I can swim
I'm a duck and I can swim
I'm a duck and I can swim
I can swim like this.

I'm a cat and I can climb
I'm a cat and I can climb
I'm a cat and I can climb
I can cat like this.

Adopted from “Fairyland” (2010)
Autorzy: Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley

Appendix 2

A chant:

Pets, pets, big and small.

Pets, pets, big and small.
Come and listen to them all.
A big cat.
A small mouse,
A big parrot,
A small rabbit,
A big tortoise,
A small frog,
A big dog.

Adopted from “Our Discovery Island” (2011)
Autorzy: Leone Dyson, Katarzyna Pogłodzińska, Tessa Lochowski, Linette Ansel Erocak, Sagrario Salaberri

Appendix 3


The boy's got a dog.

The boy's got a dog.
A very big dog.
He's got a dog. Woof, woof!

The dog's got a frog.
A very small frog.
The dog's got a frog. Croak!, Croak!

The girl's got a cat.
A very big cat.
She's got a cat. Miaow!

The cat's got a hat.
A very big hat.
The cat's got a hat. Miaow!

He's got a dog.
The dog's got a frog.
She's got a cat.
And the cat's got a hat.

Adopted from “Our Discovery Island” (2011)
Autorzy: Leone Dyson, Katarzyna Pogłodzińska, Tessa Lochowski, Linette Ansel Erocak, Sagrario Salaberri

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