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Unidad Didáctica: "Los tres cerditos" / Unit of Work: "The three little pigs"

Literatura Infantil - Lengua Extranjera UAM

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LITERATURA INFANTIL INGLESA UNIDAD DIDÁCTICA: THE THREE LITTLE PIGS [pic][pic][pic] Ansoleaga Martín, Blanca Cañas Otero, Isabel Collado Serrano, Antonia Rodríguez Barragán, Raquel Unit of work: The Three Little Pigs. This unit of work is designed for 9-year-old children. 1. Objectives: . To develop comprehension skills. . To improve writing skills. . To learn new vocabulary related to the story: key words and structures. . To listen to find specific information. . To develop a positive attitude to their peers through games and other interactive activities. . To develop an artistic awareness through art work. . To develop musical sensitivity through songs. . To increase their autonomy. 2. Concepts 2.1 Contents: . Vocabulary - Review: pig, wolf, strong, hungry, scream, shout. - New vocabulary: Nouns: fireplace, chimney, straw, wood, and brick. Adjectives: lazy, safe, warm, and weak, hard, nice. Verbs: reply, blow, huff, puff, run after, fall down, climb up, slide down, realise. . Grammatical structures: - Review: the time. - New: Past Simple: "they left their mommy and daddy". Past Continuous: "people were starting to prepare their homes for winter". Formulaic language: "Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!"; "Not by the hair on our chin-y chin chins". 2.2. Procedures: . Following simple oral instructions to complete a task. . Understanding the general meaning of the story. . Cutting out pictures previously coloured on a photocopy. . Making hand-made activities. 2.3. Attitudes: . To show interest in what is going to happen in the story. . To show creativity in hand-made activities. . To cooperate with their classmates when working in groups. 3. Resources and materials: . Warm-up chant: Point to the ceiling; Point to the floor; Point to the window; Point to the door. Clap your hands, One, two, three! Now sit down And listen to me. . Song: "Tidy-up": Tidy-up, tidy-up, Put your books away, Take your coats And say good-bye, We've learnt a lot today! . Story: "The three little pigs": Once upon a time, there were three little pigs, named Peter, Patty and Penny, who left their mommy and daddy to see the world. As summer ended, they realized that people were starting to prepare their homes for winter. The three little pigs decided that they too needed a home to keep them safe and warm in the winter. Peter, the first little pig, was the youngest of the three. He decided to build a straw house. "It'll only take one day! Then I'll go to have fun and play," he said. The others disagreed. "It's too weak," they said, but Peter didn't listen. Patty Pig was the second little pig. She decided that a house of straw would be too cold during the winter. So she went off in search of wood to build her house. It took her two days to build her house of wood. Patty finished, looked at her house and thought, "well..., maybe it isn't my VERY best job... but it will be warm this winter." But Penny said that the house didn't look strong enough to stand up to wind, rain, and snow. Penny Pig was the oldest of the three. And she thought, "it will take time, patience and hard work to build a safe, warm, comfortable house. I've never done it before, but I'm going to do my very best job!" Penny spent two weeks building her house of bricks. And finally, Penny looked at her little house with pride. Peter, Patty and Penny spent the next day playing. The two younger pigs laughed at Penny because she'd wasted two whole weeks building her house. But Penny was happy with the hard work she'd made. Next morning when Peter was having breakfast he heard a knock on the door. "Who's there?" Peter asked. A big, bad, hungry wolf was at his door. He hadn't eaten for days and a nice young piggy was the perfect breakfast for him! "Come out!" ordered the wolf. "I want to speak to you!" Peter may have been a bit lazy, but he certainly wasn't stupid. "No, I wont open the door" he replied. "Come out now!" shouted the wolf. "Not by the hair on my chin-y chin chin," said Peter. "Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!" said the wolf, who blew and blew and blew again and the straw-house fell down. Peter ran as fast as he could to his sister Patty's house. The wolf ran after Peter and shouted "Come out and play with me!" just as Patty closed the door in his face. "Not by the hair on our chin-y chin chins," replied Patty. "Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!" shouted the wolf who blew and blew and blew again and the wood-house fell down. Peter and Patty ran to Penny's house. Penny opened the door and let them in. "Come out here, now! I want my breakfast," shouted the wolf. "Not by the hair on our chin-y chin chins," replied Peter, Patty and Penny. "Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!" shouted the wolf that blew and blew and blew again... but nothing happened. The wolf blew again. And again! But Penny Pig's house of bricks was her very best job and it would not fall down no matter how hard the wolf blew. After all his huffing and puffing the wolf climbed up to the roof and slid down the chimney! The three little pigs realized that the wolf had got stuck in the chimney!" Peter threw some wood onto the fireplace. Patty started a fire. The wolf burned his tail and screamed painfully: "Never again! Never again I will go down a chimney!" he said. Then he ran away as fast as he could. Now safe and happy, Penny said to her brother and sister, "No more working for today... Come on, let's go out to play!" . Song: "The three little pigs' song": I am; you are; we are; We are the three little pigs. Oink, oink, oink Is what we do When we need company or say I love you. I am; you are; we are; We are the three little pigs. . Flashcards: pig, wolf, strong, hungry, shout, straw, wood, brick, fireplace, chimney, blow, climb up, slide down. . Board picture: a forest, colourful, to stick up the characters. . Story board. . Pig Book. . Others: a big paper-clock, board game. 4. Sequencing: This unit of work is divided in 7 lessons. Each lesson lasts for 50 minutes. As this group has English twice a week, this unit of work will take about one month to complete. LESSON 1 (50 MIN) Objectives: - To review some vocabulary. - To introduce some new vocabulary that will appear in the story. - To review the time. 1) Warm up chant. (5 minutes) 2) Review vocabulary through flashcards and some new words: pig, wolf, strong, hungry, shout, straw, wood, and brick. (10 minutes) 3) Stick the flashcards on the blackboard and ask the children to close their eyes. Remove one and ask the children to open their eyes and call out the name of the flashcard that is missing. Repeat it several times. (5 minutes) 4) Clear a wide space in the classroom or go out to the playground and play the game "What's the time Mr Wolf?" The object of the game is to avoid getting caught by the "Wolf". Explain to the children that they are the "pigs" and you are the "Wolf". The pigs stand at one end of the room in a line with one hand on the wall. You stand about two metres in front of the pigs with your back to them. They chant in chorus What's the time, Mr Wolf?. Take one step forward and say a time, for example It's one o'clock! The pigs have to repeat the time you have said. Instead of this you can show them a clock with a particular time and they have to speak it aloud. Now the pigs also take one step forward and ask again What's the time Mr Wolf? The game continues until you decide to say It's lunch-time! The pigs turn around and run back to the wall as quickly as possible. You try to catch one of them and he or she becomes the new wolf. (From Lewis & Bedson's "Games for children") (25 minutes) 5) Tidy-up song. (5 minutes) LESSON 2 (50 MIN) Objectives: - To introduce some new vocabulary that will appear in the story. - To familiarize with and to recognize the written forms of the vocabulary used. - To be able to take part in a game without the teacher controlling constantly. 1) Wa

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