3rd Grade Native English, 14th to 25th of May

We moved on with our videobook of Wallace and Gromit as before, while we also did many extra activities that were related to the videobook theme. In the first lesson, we imitated the part about Wallace’s sleep-walking. The children took turns, covered their eyes with a scarf, and had to move around the classroom according to the directions that their friend gave them to find a toy that had been hidden. During the game I wrote the orders that were used on the whiteboard: ‘Move forward, Turn left, Turn right, Move backwards, Stop’, etc.
In the next lesson, after reading about the different objects in a museum, we made a little museum ourselves, for which the children made different things such as stuffed penguins, diamonds, and Roman pots, and when we reached the part for reading about the museum objects we all knew the names so well.





In the next lesson, when learning about how to give and receive directions when looking for an address, we made little streets in a town and the children each drew and made different locations in the town, and we are just going to learn how to navigate through this town.


3rd Grade, Native English

In continuing work on our House for Rent posters, we also brought an English magazine to the classroom from which the children chose, cut, and pasted any picture that they fancied and that which they thought was in line with their posters. These new pictures gave so much life and color to o
The previous work, while most of the images also had typed words and titles on them that further helped the children learn about relevant words and subjects.
In the next topic in which we moved on with our videobooks, the children were taught how to draw, cut, and make a little cube, by drawing six similar squares in a line and sticking them, in line with a part in their lesson that also talked about different tools and how to use them to measure, cut, and make stuff.
The other fun thing that we have done in our class during these two weeks to spice up the somewhat repetitive videobook routine was to play a Hangman game from the list of vocabulary that we have learned in each episode or lesson.

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Checking the workbook exercises

Doing a reading and listening activity , “South africa”.Listening about Nombeko’s dad who works at a safari park in Africa.Learning the new vocabulary in the text” Guide, binoculars, animal tracs, leopard, camouflage.” And practicing the simple present tense and Daily routines. Devamını Oku