JULES VERNE SCHOOL
“Transmedia Storytelling Learning Method”
Grade: First English
Thursday, February 9th, 2017.
- Diferencias y similitudes culturales.
- Alebrijes por la paz.
Propósito del año: No produzco basura / Genero paz y bienestar (KiVa).
● Kids put their material in the correct place and take out homework and pencil case to be ready (10 minutes).
● We say good morning, say the date, and talk about the weather. (5 minutes)
● We do brain gym and teacher communicates the objective of the day.
● Attendance report (5 minutes)
● Number dictation (5 minutes)
· Language arts.
· World comprehension (Science)
· Language arts.
· Writing and representing.
· Life science: Characteristics of living things.
· Oral language.
- Generally uses correct noun-pronoun and subject-verb agreement.
- Compares common fruits.
- Follows three and four steps to show comprehension.
TOPIC: At the market.
- Subject and predicate.
- Vocabulary words.
- Singular and plural.
OBJECTIVE: Kids use singular and plural.
FINAL PRODUCT: Illustrated list of products they can find at the market.
· Kids use vocabulary to describe and compare fruits.
· Kids identify products they can find at the maket.
· Kids follow instructions.
RESOURCES: Markers, paper cuts on page 35 unit 4, scissors, glue stick, notebook.
1. Kids cut the fruits from page 35 unit 4.
2. Kids use their markers to color the paper cuts.
3. Kids comment where can they buy those products (at the market).
4. Kids choose one of their fruits and hide it from their classmates (playing by pairs would be better).
5. Kids take turns to ask questions about what fruit is it like: Is it big? Is it red? Is it sweet? etc.
6. Kids answer the questions saying yes or not.
7. Kids guess and change the paper cut.
8. Kids paste their cuts on notebook and label them.
9. Kids write adjectives that describe each fruit next to the picture.
TIEMPO: 50 MINUTES.
1. Write 3 times tomato, umbrella, watermelon with drawings.
2. Cut and paste (or draw) three different products that you can find at the market and label them.
3. Read in English aloud at least 10 minutes.