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TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE

Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla


TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ACTIVITY:

SIZZLEY THE DRAGON

3rd Primary,

AGE: 8 years

TERM:

AIM:
The aim of this activity is to make our students read the book
"Sizzley the dragon" motivated by a final activity they will
carry out.
The final activity will be performing a lipdub with the
characters of the story and the song Happy Pharrell William.
Recording a lipdub and uploading it to youtube.
METHODOLOGY:
Reading
Retelling
Singing
Recording with ICT

MATERIAL:
- Sizzley the dragon tale.
- Happy song (Pharrell William)
- Characters masks

PROCEDURE

ICON

Before reading the tale, we could explain our pupils the main
characters and vocabulary of the story motivating them with
the final activity using ICT.

The class is going to be split in to groups with different


characters and during the reading, they are going to colour
the masks of the characters which will be used for our lipdub.
Our pupils are going to read the tale in the class and at home.
It will be important to read such as at school and at home to
be able to write down or highlight the words they dont
understand and explain their meaning in the class. They will
make their own glossary gathering together the words they
havent understood with the glossary the teacher will provide
them. It is important to adapt their glossary to what they
dont understand to create a personalized learning.
After the listening it would be convenient to ask our students
to report back, express their opinion about the story likes and
dislikes.
To finish our reading, theyll craft with masks and they will
prepare the lipdub to perform the end of the story.
(See de lipdub video of the file folder)

ORGANIZATION:
Independent learning,
independent coursework
Whole class

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla
COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS
Now we should carry out REFLECTION TIME:

Motivation: Was the activity motivating for them?


Purpose: Was our purpose clear?
Preparation: Was the challenge suitable for their level?
Language support: Was the vocabulary suitable for their level?
Personalization: Did the activity provide our pupils an opportunity for personalitzation?
Timing: Was the timing appropriate?

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla
TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ACTIVITY:

3rd Primary,

GLOSSARY OF SIZZLEY THE DRAGON

AGE: 8 years

TERM:

Cold :

Sneeze (Sneezed ):

Blow:

Thuff and puff: its an expression which represents the action of blowing
To be better: feel good.
Log:

Grumpy: unhappy and not nice with people


Warm:

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY

Scarf: its a type of clothes that people use to put round their neck.
Scarves: more than one scarf
Acorn:

Squirrel:

Still: is an adverb, and is used when an action has continued and exists now.
Cheer up: be happier
Jokes: something that is said or done for fun.
Upside down:

Juggle:

Again: another or second time; once more.


Neck: part of your body between your shoulders and head
Pile of leaves: a lot of leaves together
Twigs:

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY

To buzz: sound that a bee makes


Bonfire: A big fire built in the open air.
Pepper pot:

Pepper:

Shook: to move a recipient


Tickles: its when you move your fingers lightly over a sensitive part of their
body, to make them laugh.
Smoke:

To light:

Lit: its an action of opening the light.

Candles:

Indeed: to reaffirm something you have said. Confirm something.

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ACTIVITY:

TINA THE TINIEST GIRL

AIM:
The aim of this activity is to make our students read the book
"Tina the tiniest girl" motivated by a final activity.
The final activity will be making a Trivial play with ICT
METHODOLOGY:
Reading
Making the trivial game
Playing the trivial game created by them with ICT

PROCEDURE
Before reading the tale, we could explain our pupils the main
characters and vocabulary of the story and the motivating them
with the final activity using ICT.
The class will be divided in groups of three pupils per group and
during the reading they will think and produce several
questions about the book (each chapter), about their
characters, actions, and situations that happen during their
reading.
Our pupils are going to read the tale in the class and at home.
It will be important the fact of them reading certain pages at
school and at home highlighting or writing down the words
they dont understand and making possible the creation of a
glossary adapted to their own vocabulary and provided by the
teacher.
After the listening it would be convenient to ask our students
to report back, express their opinion about the story likes and
dislikes.
To finish our reading, they will collect their though questions
collecting them by groups and gathering them in their trivial
game.
http://www.teachers-direct.co.uk/resources/quizbusters/quiz-busters-game.aspx?game_id=125112

4th Primary,

AGE: 9 years

TERM:
MATERIAL:
- Tina the tiniest girl tale.
- ICT to build up their trivial.
ORGANIZATION:
Individual coursework.
Coursework in groups.

ICON

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS


Now we should carry out REFLECTION TIME:

Motivation: Was the activity motivating for them?


Purpose: Was our purpose clear?
Preparation: Was the challenge suitable for their level?
Language support: Was the vocabulary suitable for their level?
Personalization: Did the activity provide our pupils an opportunity for personalitzation?
Timing: Was the timing appropriate?

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ACTIVITY:

4th Primary,

GLOSSARY OF TINA THE TINIEST GIRL

AGE: 9 years

TERM:

GLOSSARY

The tiniest: very very small, the smallest.

Anywhere: not in any place.

Perhaps: it could be yes, it could be no. Similar to maybe.

On the floor: what your feet touch. For example: Throw the ball on the floor.

Teeniest Weeniest: very very very small. So small you cant see it.

Cute: similar to nice or sweet. Example: Babies are cute.

Wherever: In any place. In any direction. It could be here or there.

Cuddle: Action you do when you hold someone with love. You put your arms around
that person.

Quite: more or less

Counter: In a shop, the place where you pay.

Wheel: Something round, cars have four wheels to move.

Kittens: cats babies

Puppies: dogs babies

Pat: Action you do when you touch a dogs head with love, you pat it.

Hold: when you get something with your hands and it doesnt fall.

Fed up: tired of something you dont like.

Shelf: you have this in your room to put things on, for example, decoration. A
wardrobe has shelves inside.

Headache: when your head hurts, when its painful.

Knock over: push somebody or something.

Busy: you dont have time, you have a lot of things to do.

Donkey: similar to a horse, but littler. Shrek friend that talks a lot is a donkey. It does a
hee-haw sound.

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY

Bouncy: something that jumps up and down.

Grow: when you get older and older you grow up and you get big. Increase.

Drops: when it rains, drops fall on you and you get wet. That is a raindrop. Little amount of
liquid.

Woodlouse: its an insect that gets into a ball when you touch it, to protect itself.

Guinea pig: it is an animal, bigger than a hamster and smaller than a rabbit, but similar to
them.

Whole: Something complete. For example: you finish a bottle of water; you have finished
the whole bottle. For example: the whole world, the entire world.

Shrink: Become little and littler. You get small and smaller. Decrease.

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ACTIVITY:

3th Primary,

THE CHOCOLATE MONSTER

AIM:
The aim of this activity is to make our students read the book "The
chocolate monster" motivated by a final activity.
Perform a movie with the characters of the story by ICT.
Recording movie and upload to youtube.
METHODOLOGY:
Reading
Retelling
Recording with ICT
PROCEDURE
Before reading the tale, we could explain our pupils the main
characters and vocabulary of the story and the motivating them
with the creation of a final activity using ICT.
The class will be gathered up in different groups and during the
reading at school; they will create questions and little summaries
about the different chapters of the book.
Our pupils are going to read the tale in the class and at home.
It will be important the fact of them reading certain pages at
school and at home highlighting or writing down the words they
dont understand and making possible the creation of a glossary
adapted to their own vocabulary and provided by the teacher
After the listening it would be convenient to ask our students to
report back, express their opinion about the story likes and
dislikes.
To finish our people reading, theyll perform the movie in groups.
When each group finishes their movie, theyll show it to all the
classmates.
http://goanimate.com/videos/0QmI3IY1eMok?utm_source=linksh
are&utm_medium=linkshare&utm_campaign=usercontent

AGE: 10 years

TERM:
MATERIAL:
- The chocolate monster.
- ICT by PC

ORGANIZATION:
Individual coursework.
Coursework in groups.

ICON

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS


Now we should carry out REFLECTION TIME:

Motivation: Was the activity motivating for them?


Purpose: Was our purpose clear?
Preparation: Was the challenge suitable for their level?
Language support: Was the vocabulary suitable for their level?
Personalization: Did the activity provide our pupils an opportunity for personalitzation?
Timing: Was the timing appropriate?

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


ENGLISH LANGUAGE
GLOSSARY:

THE CHOCOLATE MONSTER

3th Primary,

AGE: 10 years

TERM:

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY:

THE CHOCOLATE MONSTER

TERM:

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY:

THE CHOCOLATE MONSTER

TERM:

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY:

THE CHOCOLATE MONSTER

TERM:

TEACHING OF ESL AND CHILDRENS LITERATURE


Inma Clavel, Natalia Forouzan, Ins Lisart, Arantxa Pla

GLOSSARY:

THE CHOCOLATE MONSTER

TERM: