Students can learn the four new adjective words thin, fat, short and thin use the new word in sentence It’s… to describe the animals.
Through activities and games, students can improve their ability of listening and speaking.
Through working in pairs and groups they will love their classmates and get to love English more than before.
Teaching Key Points:
Words: Tall short fat thin
Teaching Difficult Points:
Students can master the usage of the new words and sentence and use it naturally in their daily life.
Step1 Lead in
Greet with the students and then show them some pictures of the animals on the PPT and then ask them the questions:
Question one: What’s this animal?
Question two: What color is it?
Show students another picture with a fat monkey and a thin monkey on the PPT and then ask the students to tell the differences between them, and then tell them the two new words fat and thin. Use the same way to teach them another two new words tall and short.
After learning the four new words, play the voice game to help them memorize the new words.
Put four pictures of different animals on the blackboard and then ask the students to play a game, students need to do what the teacher asks them to do.
T: Point at the fat monkey.
After playing this game, teacher adds the sentence it’s…in to the sentence and then asks the students to make the similar sentence.
T: Look at that monkey. It’s fat.
S: Look at that giraffe. It’s tall.
Show them four pictures with a fat monkey, a thin monkey, a short giraffe and a tall giraffe, and write numbers under the animals.
Before playing this game ask them what can be used to describe them and write down the words under the pictures and then play the game.
Firstly, the teacher says number one and the students need to say the right animals, if teacher says the animal, the students need to tell the number.
T: Number one.
S: A fat monkey.
Secondly, they need to play the game with the sentence they’ve just learned.
T: Number one.
S: Look at that monkey. It’s fat.
And then ask them to play this game in pairs and then separate them into two teams and have a competition between team A and team B
Listen to the tape and then play the let’s do it part. Ask the students to do the actions according to the sentence
T: Be fat, be fat. Be fat, fat, fat! At the same time students use their hand to show a circle from small to big in front of them. They can ask their partners to do the actions according to the orders.
S1: Be tall.
S2: (Doing the action: Stand up.)
Step4 Summary and homework
Summary: Ask the students to close their eyes and then ask them to memorize what they have learned today, and ask them to show out the words.
Homework: Ask them to find some pictures with their family members, and then take it to the next class and introduce them to all the class.