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I.F.D.C.

LENGUAS VIVAS

TALLER DE PRÁCTICA DOCENTE

ALUMNO PRACTICANTE: Gastón Jara

Período de Práctica: Nivel Inicial

Institución Educativa: Jardín Luna Gorda

Dirección: Elflein n° 419, Bariloche.

Sala / Grado / Año - sección: Sala de 4 años - TT

Cantidad de alumnos: 12

Nivel lingüístico del curso: Principiantes

Tipo de Planificación: clase

Unidad Temática: Colores

Clase Nº: 1

Fecha: 15/05/2018

Hora: 16:00 Hs – 16:40 HS.

Duración de la clase: 40’

Fecha de primera entrega: 11/05/2018

• Teaching points: Colours (red, green, yellow).

• Aims : During this lesson, learners will be able to…

- Identify and name different colours.


- Develop their listening skills by listening to a song.
- Classify colours
• Language focus:

LEXIS FUNCTION STRUCTURE PRONUNCIATION

REVISION Colours Giving Let’s


white, Blue, commands or paint Blue
Black instructions. /u:/
NEW Colours red, Giving Let`s play Green
yellow,green commands or /i:/
instructions.

• Teaching approach: The lesson is based on the Natural Approach, and organized
through the PPP procedure (Harmer,2010).

• Materials and resources: Boxes, Little balloons, crepe paper, glue, photocopies

 Pedagogical use of ICT in class: In this lesson, we will not use video and audio
devices. Commented [A1]: Try to use them, learners love listening to
music and watching videos.
• Seating arrangement: Students will be sitting in a circle on the floor in order to
facilitate visual contact and interaction within the group. At some points in the lesson,
they’ll move around the class. And then sit on chairs around a table.

• Assessment: what will be assessed and how: I’ll check that students comprehend
and identify the different colours. I`ll point out a colour and they have to say what
colour is itit is in loud voice. I’ll provide them with the necessary input, and I’ll
encourage them to produce the chunks of language I’m teaching.

Routine: 5’

Purpose: to start the lesson, get students into the mood for work, establish rapport.

I’ll get into the classroom and greet students: “Hello! How are you today?” EA: “Hello!”

I’ll ask students to sit in a circle on the floor and we’ll sing the usual welcome song:

“ This is the way we say hello, say hello, say hello,

This is the way we say hello, say hello to you”


Warm-up 5’:

Purpose: to introduce the topic and the teaching points

I`ll show them three boxes. One red, the other blue and the last one yellow. In
the boxes there are little colours balloons. I`ll create mystery simulating that I will not
open the box.

Transition: Could you help me to open the boxes, please?

Presentation 10’:

Purpose: to further expose the learners to the target language, to foster


comprehension of a very simple vocabulary

Now, we open the boxes and I´ll show them the little balloons. I´ll present the colours
by singing a song.

“This is red, the colour red, red , red , red do you know what colour is this? This is red

And then go on with the rest of the colours.

Once the three colours are introduced we play with the little balloons, throwing them Commented [A2]: Make sure there is one for each student or
that everybody can play.
to the air.

Development 10’:

 Activity 1:

Purpose: this activity is aimed at fostering contextualized practice of the teaching


points.

I´ll put the boxes on the floor and they have to classify the little balloons in the
different boxes.

Transition: “Well done children!

 Closure 10 min-Activity 2:
The students may work on the tables. They may stick mini balls of crepe paper and Commented [A3]: Is this a possibility?
Be clear when giving instuctions.
paste them in a balloon (photocopy). We may use colour green.
Commented [A4]: Again, is this a possibility?
Commented [A5]: Will everyone use the same colour?
I think you may assign different colours to different learners. So a
group of students can make red balloons, another group may work
on green balloons, and a third group can make yellow balloons. You
could use those balloons to decorate the classroom walls, and to
recycle colours/numbers in future lessons.

Then “Oh, no! Look at the time” (pointing to the clock on the wall). It’s time to say goodbye! Commented [A6]: Keep an eye on timing. Everybody should
Let’s sing the good bye song: finish the task.

“ This is the way we bye bye hello, say bye, bye hello,

This is the way we say bye bye, say bye bye to you”

Lesson plan Excellent Very Good Good Acceptable Below Standard


component 5 4 3 2 1
Visual organization x

Coherence and x
sequencing
Variety of resources x
– Learning styles
Stages and activities x

Teaching strategies x

Language accuracy x

Observations Minimum score: 18 / 30


Score: _24___ /30

Nice lesson, Gastón!

Have a look at the comments and suggestions, to brush it up a little bit.

Make sure you use L2 at all times, and do encourage students to use the target language. While
they are working on the balloons, you could play some music. ;)
I.F.D.C. LENGUAS VIVAS

TALLER DE PRÁCTICA DOCENTE

ALUMNO PRACTICANTE: Gastón Jara

Período de Práctica: Nivel Inicial

Institución Educativa: Jardín Luna Gorda

Dirección: Elflein n° 419, Bariloche.

Sala / Grado / Año - sección: Sala de 4 años - TT

Cantidad de alumnos: 12

Nivel lingüístico del curso: Principiantes

Tipo de Planificación: clase

Unidad Temática: Colores

Clase Nº: 2
Fecha: 17/05/2018

Hora: 16:00 Hs – 16:40 HS.

Duración de la clase: 40’

Fecha de primera entrega: 11/05/2018

• Teaching points: Colours (red, green, yellow).

• Aims :During this lesson, learners will be able to…

- Identify and name different colours.


- Develop their listening skills by listening to a song.
- Classify colours

• Language focus:

LEXIS FUNCTION STRUCTURE PRONUNCIATION

REVISION Colours Giving Let’s


Red, Blue, commands or Paint
Black instructions.
NEW Colours red, Let`s play
yellow,green

• Teaching approach: The lesson is based on the Natural Approach, and organized
through the PPP procedure (Harmer,2010).

• Materials and resources: Images,

Pedagogical use of ICT in class: In this lesson, we will not use video and audio Commented [A7]: Why not???

devisesdevices.

• Seating arrangement: Students will be sitting in a circle on the floor in order to


facilitate visual contact and interaction within the group. At some points in the lesson,
they’ll move around the class. And then sit on chairs around a table.

• Assessment: what will be assessed and how: I’ll check that students comprehend
and identify the different colours. I`ll point out a colour and they have to say what
colour is itit is in loud voice. I’ll provide them with the necessary input, and I’ll
encourage them to produce the chunks of language I’m teaching.

Routine: 5’
Purpose: to start the lesson, get students into the mood for work, establish rapport.

I’ll get into the classroom and greet students: “Hello! How are you today?” EA: “Hello!”

I’ll ask students to sit in a circle on the floor and we’ll sing the usual welcome song:

“ This is the way we say hello, say hello, say hello,

This is the way we say hello, say hello to you”

Warm-up 5’:

Purpose: to introduce the topic and the teaching points

I`ll show them three colour cardboards (cartulinas). I`ll stick the cardboards on Commented [A8]: Why don`t you use the boxes from the
previous lesson again?
the wall. While I stick them we may sing the colour song we practice the previous class. This way, you have like a common thread, and students get familiar
with the resources. You may ask students to put the pictures in the
corresponding box.
“This is red, the colour red, red , red , red do you know what colour is this? This is red

Presentation 10’: Commented [A9]: This stage will not take that long.

Purpose: to further expose the learners to the target language, to foster


comprehension of a very simple vocabulary

I`ll put different images on the floor.


LEMON - FIREMAN TRUCK- APPLE- SUN-TREE-BANANA-DUCK-FROG-STRAWBERRY-
MOUTH-HEART-CLOVER-GRAPES-HELMET

Development 10’:

 Activity 1:

Purpose: this activity is aimed at fostering contextualized practice of the teaching


point.

Students may pick a picture up and stick on the correct cupboardcardboard.

Transition: “Well done children!

 Closure 10 min-Activity 2:
The students may work on the tables. They may paint some of the
images(photocopy). We can use crayons, pencils and chalks. Commented [A10]: Which photocopy?
You must include all resources.

Then “Oh, no! Look at the time” (pointing to the clock on the wall). It’s time to say goodbye!
Let’s sing the good bye song:

“ This is the way we bye bye hello, say bye, bye hello,

This is the way we say bye bye, say bye bye to you”

Lesson plan Excellent Very Good Good Acceptable Below Standard


component 5 4 3 2 1
Visual organization x

Coherence and x
sequencing
Variety of resources x
– Learning styles
Stages and activities x

Teaching strategies x

Language accuracy x

Observations Minimum score: 18 / 30


Score: __17__ /30

This lesson is rather incomplete, Gastón. I like the idea of working with different pictures and
classifying them according to their colours. But what will come next? Think of more activities
students can carry out to reinforce learning. If you are planning to give them a worksheet, you
must include it in your lesson plan. Make sure it is really worthwhile – I mean, use class time
wisely.

You may look for a nice video song, especially one that implies some TPR. Or you can design a
game-like activity, such as a memory game.

Resubmit this second lesson plan asap.