This week students are practicing the spelling for the animal words in Unit 2 (ie. tiger, lion, monkey, zebra, snake, etc). They’ve also learned a song where they sing:
„Can you snap like a crocodile? (Snap snap snap!)
Can you hiss like a snake? ( Sss Sss Sss!)
Can you roar like a lion? (Roar Roar Roar!)“
Please practice this with them.
For homework, they must complete p.7 in their Activity book – write the correct word and match it by number to the corresponding picture.
This week students are practicing target language „What’s this?“ … „It’s a (pencil)“ for classroom objects. They should be able to ask you „What’s this?“ or reply „It’s a pencil“ (or book, ruler, pen, pencil case, rubber). Please practice this with them.
I’ve also given them a worksheet for homework that should help them practice writing numbers. They write the missing number and then color the mice/numbers. For extra practice, they may write the word for the number under the picture (ie „one,“ „two,“ „three,“ etc).
The week before last, my classes learned about Halloween in America and some common traditions, costumes and characters they may see then.
We played musical chairs to Monster Mash with Halloween vocab words / pictures under the chairs, and some of the students dressed up in costumes and brought candy for the class. Overall, it was fun :) Here are some photos.