Англійська мова - Поурочні розробки для вчителя на друге півріччя у 1 класі НУШ - О. Карпюк 2018

Lesson 6
Unit 6. Happy Birthday!

OBJECTIVES:

• to say, recognize and write the letters ‘Ii’, ‘Jj’, ‘Kk’, ‘Ll’

to recognize and say the sounds [ɪ], [dʒ], [k], [l]

• to develop fine motor control

VOCABULARY:

iguana, jaguar, kangaroo, lion

STRUCTURE:

‘Every letter makes a sound’, 'The 'Ii'/'Jj'/'Kk'/'Ll' says [ɪ]/[dʒ]/[k]/[i]'

MATERIALS:

PB, AB, PB Audio, MP, ABC Practice Book, flashcards # 143-150.

OUTCOMES:

By the end of the lesson Ps will be able to identify the letters ‘Ii’, ‘Jj’, ‘Kk’, ‘Ll’ and their phonics.

WARM-UP

·    Give each P either a capital or a small letter (Aa - Hh).

·    The children walk around and find their partner to make pairs.

·    Each group should present their letter. Then sing their phonic song.

PRESENTATION

Learn New Words

·    Show the iguana flashcard (# 143). Say ‘iguana’ and have Ps repeat several times.

·    Show the jaguar flashcard (# 145). Say ‘jaguar’ and have Ps repeat several times.

·    Do the same procedures with ‘kangaroo’ and ‘lion’ using flashcards (# 147.149).

·    Stick the iguana, jaguar, kangaroo and lion flashcards on the board and ask Ps name each one pointing to them randomly.

·    Put all the flashcards away.

Learn a New Phonic

·    Hold up iguana flashcard (# 143). Say ‘iguana Isabel’ and get Ps repeat several times. Explain that ‘Isabel’ is the name and the first sound is the same in each word. Pronounce it [i] and get Ps to do this.

·    Stick the flashcard on the board and write the capital letter ‘I’ under it. Say that this is a big letter because ‘Isabel’ is the name and we use big letters to start writing names. Write a lower case letter ‘i’ and say that small letters are used for other words like ‘iguana’ which is the animal. Point to the small letter and say ‘iguana’, then to the big one saying ‘Isabel’. Do it twice and get Ps to repeat after you in chorus and individually after your pointing to each one.

·    Drill: [i] iguana, [i] Isabel. Encourage Ps to drill with you.

·    Change the speed to challenge the Ps and add fun to the drill. The children will like the humour and it will help them focus on the first sound. This will also help them hear the initial sound more clearly. (When a P is confused about the first sound of a word is, you can ask them to say it like you do in drill.)

Learn a Letter Name

·    Tell Ps that they are going to listen to Smiling Sam, who presents a letter’s name and its friend. Play PB Audio (track Unit-6-Les_6-1) and hold up letter ‘Ii’ flashcard (# 144) when Sam says, ‘This is letter ‘I’’. When Sam says ‘‘I’ has got a friend.’ take ‘iguana’ flashcard and hold it up with Sam's words, ‘It is iguana Isabel.’ Stick both of the flashcards on the board.

or

·    Play MP Unit-6-Letters_and_Sounds-Ii and get Ps to watch the screen.

·    Play the audio again and pause after each line. Tell Ps to repeat with your pointing to each flashcard appropriately.

Script

This is letter ‘I’.

‘I’ has got a friend.

It is iguana Isabel.

·    Play the audio again and ask Ps to say the letter presentation along with Smiling Sam.

·    Tell children to find the ‘Ii' in the alphabet on ABC poster (# 35). Repeat all the letters of the alphabet from ‘A’ pointing to and naming each letter, ‘A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I’. Encourage your Ps to repeat several times in chorus and individually.

PRACTICE

Letter Formation

·    Draw lines on the board like those ones in the ABC Practice Book (ABC PB). Put dots on the lines to show the staring points for forming the capital letter ‘I’.

·    Write the lines of the letter exactly as it is presented in the ABC PB. Write the letter several times saying the directions out loud each time. Name the letter.

·    Stand with your back to the Ps as you use your index finger to ‘write' a capital letter in the air.

·    Tell Ps to copy your action and ‘write' the capital letter. Name the letter and get your Ps to repeat its name. Check that they are forming the letter correctly in the air.

·    Repeat the procedure for the lower case ‘i’.

ABC Practice Book

·    Ask Ps to open their ABC PB on page 5 and draw their attention to the letter with arrows next to the letter's friend. Tell Ps to practise tracing over the letters with arrows with their index finger.

·    Tell Ps to practise tracing with their pencils over the letters ‘Ii’ in the first line of ABC PB. Check that they are forming the letters correctly. Get Ps to say the letter's name a few times.

Sing a Phonic Song

·    Tell Ps that they are going to sing a song to help them learn the sound of letter ‘Ii’.

·    Tell Ps to listen to the song. Play PB Audio (track Unit-6-Les_6-2).

or

·    Play MP Unit-6-Letters_and_Sounds-Phonic_Song-5 and get Ps to watch the screen.

Script

The ‘I’ says [i],

The ‘I’ says [i].

Every letter makes a sound:

The ‘I’ says [i]!

[i] iguana

·    Play the audio again and pause after each line. Sing the line and tell Ps to repeat after you pointing to the letter and its friend.

·    Repeat the procedures according to the steps above (Learn a New Phonic, Learn a Letter Name, Letter Formation and Sing a Phonic Song) with letters ‘Jj’, ‘Kk’ and their phonics.

Guess the Letter Game

·    Ask Ps to come out to the game zone (more spacious place in the classroom).

·    Divide them into pairs. Explain that one P should trace one and the same letter twice with his index finger on the back of their partner. The other one should guess and name it (He/she has 2 attempts). Ps take turns in pairs.

·    Repeat the procedures according to the steps above (Learn a New Phonic, Learn a Letter Name, Letter Formation and Sing a Phonic Song) with letter ‘Ll’ and its phonic.

ENDING

AB p.56

·    Draw Ps' attention to task 1 on page 56 and tell them that they should match a letter and its friend.

·    Draw Ps' attention to task 2 on page 56 and tell them to find and circle the corresponding letter. Ask several Ps to name the letters.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITY

·    AB p.57, t.3, 4