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COURSE INFORMATION

UNIT 1                                           

LEARNING TO LEARN

N° STUDENTS

35 boys and girls

ENGLISG LEVEL

Basic 1

DATE OF APPLICATION

From April 25th to may 24th

COURSE

First grade (1°)

TEACHER IN CHARGED

Maritza Garcia & Kelly Mejía

AIMS:

      To practice vocabulary

      To listen and understand worlds in English

      To use new vocabulary

OBJECTIVES:

      Students understand worlds in English

      Students can recognize colors, numbers and family members in English

Students learn vocabulary about their environment

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION:

Our philosophy is based on constructivism because we want our students to build up their own knowledge through real life experiences. Students who work with constructivism are self-directed learners; creative, innovative, drawing upon visual/spatial, musical/rhythmic, bodily kinesthetic, verbal/linguistic, logical/mathematical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and naturalistic intelligences, all of these qualities that our learner will develop will increase the level of education in our institution.

METHOD:

Teacher will use different kind of strategies in order to encourage students learning without any kind of limitations.

ü  Eclectic method will facilitate students learning because it provides a combination of all the different approaches instead of following one single doctrine.

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APPROACH:

COMMUNICATIVE APPROACH BECAUSE

ü  Language is acquired through communication

ü  CLT allows learners to use the target language in meaningful context

ü  It can be adapted to any level.

Lessons topic:

      Week 1 Shapes and colors

      Week 2 Vowels (using colors)

      Week 3 Parts of the body (painting,  writing, and making shapes)

      Week 4 Numbers from 1 to 10 (counting and painting )

      Week 5 Family members (writing, painting, family parts of the body)

      Week 6 Parts of the house (painting and making using previous classes knowledge)

Week one: SESSION 1 Shapes and colors - Differentiate shapes and colors

Colors and Shapes

Colors and Shapes

OBJECTIVES

o   To differentiate shapes and colors

o   To be able to color drawings according to the image

o   To recognize colors and act accordingly with the game when the teacher calls it out

CONTENTS

LISTENING, INTERACTION

ü  Following simple instructions

ü  Responding orally to the information presented

ü  Physical respond to the commands

READING AND WRITING

ü  Recognition and written reproduction of the shapes and colors in English

VOCABULARY

Shapes:

ü  Rectangle , oval,triangle le, square , circle

Colors:'

ü  - Orange, yellow, blue, red, green

LANGUAGE THROUGH USE

ü  Association of vocabulary with their oral and visual representation.

SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS

ü  Willingness to interact with others in group

ü  Interest and participation in the activities of colors and shapes

ü  Motivation playing games about colors

PROCEDURES:

ü  Encouraging game to motivate students to learn and participate.

ü  Paper shapes with its respective color and vocabulary 

ü  Worksheet drawing to be colored by the students 

ü  Traffic light game about colors

SCHEME OF THE UNIT

Vocab

EVALUATION CRITERIA

ü  Respond appropriately according to the teachers instructions

ü  Use and associate colors according to the given picture

ü  Act accurately according to the game commands

Week 2: SESSION 2 Vowels - identify vowels and its corresponding English pronunciation

The AEIOU Vowel song

The AEIOU Vowel song

OBJECTIVES

- To identify vowels and the corresponding pronunciation in English

- To be able to write and recognize vowels in the vocabulary given

- To find out missing vowels in certain vocabulary

-To use color while learning vowels in English

CONTENTS

LISTENING, SPEAKING, INTERACTION

- Participating and singing the vowels song in English

READING AND WRITING

- Recognition and written reproduction of the English vowels

VOCABULARY

- A, E, I, O, U, Cat, bell, fish, cow, duck

LANGUAGE THROUGH USE

- Association of vocabulary with their oral and visual representation by painting vowels

- Reproducing oral sounds of the vowels

SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS

- Willingness to interact with others in group

- Interest and participation in the activities of vowels in English

- Motivation singing a vowel song in English

PROCEDURES:

ü  Encouraging video song of the vowels in English

ü  Connecting lines to make the written vowels

ü  Matching vowels and the sound and color

ü  Coloring  pictures and completing missing vowels in vocabulary

SCHEME OF THE UNIT

Session 2 vowels

EVALUATION CRITERIA

- Participate actively to the vowel song

 - Identify specific vocabulary in English including vowels

- Understand oral and written vowels

- To be able to complete missing vowels correctly

Week 3: SESSION 3 Parts of the body incorporating vowels and colors - Differentiate different parts of the body in English

Muffin Songs - Head Shoulders Knees and Toes nursery rhymes & children songs with lyrics

Muffin Songs - Head Shoulders Knees and Toes nursery rhymes & children songs with lyrics

OBJECTIVES

- To identify different parts of the body with its respective vocabulary in English using colors

- To learn head shoulders, knees and toes song

- To participate building up pieces of a body on the board

- To connect and associate English vocabulary to the body parts

CONTENTS

LISTENING, SPEAKING, INTERACTION

- Participating and singing the song head shoulders knees and toes and pointing it on their own body.

VOCABULARY

- Head, shoulders, knees, toes, head, eyes, ears, mouth and nose

LANGUAGE THROUGH USE

- Association of vocabulary with their oral pronunciation

SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS

- Willingness to interact with others in group

- Interest and participation in the activities of the parts of the body

- Motivation singing the song head, shoulders, knees and toes

PROCEDURES:

Encouraging video song of the parts of the body

Building up pieces of the parts of the body

Matching vocabulary with the corresponding part of the body

Worksheet to color

Students associate parts of the body by coloring them with its corresponding color.

SCHEME OF THE UNIT

Session 3 Parts of the body

EVALUATION CRITERIA

- Participate actively to the vowel song

 - Identify specific vocabulary in English including vowels

- Understand oral and written vowels

- To be able to complete missing vowels correctly

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'Week 4: SESSION 4 'Learning numbers from 1 to 20

 

Let's Count to 20 Song For Kids

Let's Count to 20 Song For Kids

OBJECTIVES

- To learn and write numbers from one to twenty coloring them.

- To recognize the English pronunciation of number

- To participate and sing numbers in English

- To connect and associate numbers with objects

- To count parts of the body

CONTENTS

LISTENING, SPEAKING, INTERACTION

-          Students will listen and watch a video about numbers in order to learn and internalize them.

VOCABULARY

- One, two, three, four, five…twenty.

LANGUAGE THROUGH USE

-  Association of numbers spelling with its corresponding pronunciation.

SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS

- Willingness to interact with others in group

- Interest and participation while learning numbers

- Motivation singing the song numbers from 1-20

PROCEDURES:

      On line game

      Students participation while singing a song

      Students participation on the board

      Students work on a worksheet

SCHEME OF THE UNIT

Numbers

EVALUATION CRITERIA

- Participate actively to numbers song

 - Identify specific vocabulary in English including numbers

- Understand oral and written numbers

- To be able to organize numbers in the right order

Week 5: SESSION 5 Learning family members

The Family Song - Kids English Pop Music

The Family Song - Kids English Pop Music

OBJECTIVES

- To learn and write family members

- To recognize the English pronunciation family members vocabulary

- To connect and associate vocabulary in English with students’ families

- To color family members

CONTENTS

LISTENING, SPEAKING, INTERACTION

-          Students encourage vocabulary by filling a family tree

VOCABULARY

- Mother, father, sister, brother, cousin, uncle, nephew, and so on.

LANGUAGE THROUGH USE

-  Students describe their families in English

SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS

- Students identify family members in English

- Active participation while singing a song about family members pronunciation in english

- Students can talk about their own families

PROCEDURES:

      Students develop a worksheet (family tree)

      Students actively sing a song

      Students draw an paint a drawing about their families

SCHEME OF THE UNIT

Family members

EVALUATION CRITERIA

- Participate actively to family song

 - Identify specific vocabulary about family members

- Understand oral and written family members

Week 6: SESSION 6 Parts of the house

OBJECTIVES

- To identify parts of the house

- To draw and paint parts of the house

-  To relate family members and their roles in the house

CONTENTS:

LISTENING, SPEAKING, INTERACTION

Students create an origami house and write the corresponding parts on it.

VOCABULARY

- Door, window, bedroom, garden, bath and so on.

LANGUAGE THROUGH USE

-  Students present their houses in front of the class

SOCIO-CULTURAL ASPECTS

- Students relate parts of the house and the role of each member of the family within the house

- Active participation while developing the worksheet about parts of the house

- Students recognize parts of the house in English and apply this vocabulary to their own houses.

PROCEDURES:

      Hands on activity (origami house)

      Presentation about parts of the house

      Development of a worksheet about the topic

SCHEME OF THE UNIT

Parts of the house

EVALUATION CRITERIA

- Students active participation

ANNEX

6 The vowels


Family tree

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Parts of the H