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Raquel López Martínez Estefanía Baz Brezmes


OUR LESSON PLAN IS BASED ON THE STORY “THE THREE LITTLE PIGS”


SECOND GRADE PRIMARY STUDENTS

LEVEL OF ENGLISH A1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNING CLASS

PROSE TRADITIONAL STORY WRITTEN TEXT


TO UNDERSTAND THE TEXT

TO ACQUIRE THE VOCABULARY RELATED TO THE TEXT

TO IMPROVE WRITTEN AND ORAL EXPRESSION

TO HAVE FUN WHILE LEARNING ENGLISH

TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLASSROOM TO MAKE MATERIALS LINKED TO THE TEXT TO PROMOTE THE LITERARY TEXT FOR READING


DEDUCTIVE APPROACH TEXTUAL APPROACH

EXTENSIVE READING IN-CLASS READING

SEVERAL PERIODS (TWO OR THREE CLASSES)


STRAW HOUSE

STICKS HOUSE

BRICKS HOUSE


WOLF

APPLE

TURNIP


MONEY

POT

SUNNY DAY


WHAT CAN YOU SEE IN THIS PICTURE? WHAT DO YOU THINK IS HAPPENING?


STUDENTS HAVE TO IDENTIFY AND WRITE THE REPETITIVE WORDS THAT THE PIGS AND THE WOLF USED IN THE STORY


STUDENTS HAVE TO JOIN WITH ARROWS

STICKS HOUSE BRICKS HOUSE

STRAW HOUSE


STUDENTS (IN GROUPS) HAVE TO REPRESENT THE STORY WITH PUPPETS


WHY THE WOLF CAN NOT EAT THE THREE LITTLE PIG?

STUDENTS (IN PAIRS) HAVE TO ASK AND ANSWER A QUESTIONNAIRE ABOUT THE STORY

WHAT KIND OF HOUSE YOU PREFER TO LIVE?

DO YOU LIKE THE STORY?


FOLLOWING STUDENTS’ PROGRESS IS IMPORTANT

THE MAIN PURPOSE IS TO ENCOURAGE CHILDREN

CONTINUOUS


-CAPTURE THE GLOBAL MEANING AND IDENTIFY SPECIFIC INFORMATION IN THE TEXT. -ASSESS THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE AS A WAY TO COMMUNICATE WITH OTHERS. - SHOW INTEREST AND CURIOSITY ABOUT THE ACTIVITY. - PARTICIPATION - RECOGNIZE AND NAME THE VOCABULARY.


¡¡THANK YOU!!


The Three Littel Pigs