EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS: GRUPOS 4 Y 5

Con esta lección terminamos de practicar el alfabeto en inglés. Hoy aprenderás los grupos 4 y 5 de las letras.

Haz clic en la imagen para ver el video:

el alfabeto en inglés
*Disponible a partir del 22 de julio 2021

ESTUDIA EL CURSO COMPLETO:

RESOURCES FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS:

PRACTICING THE ALPHABET – GROUPS 5 AND 6:

  • Introduce and practice the letters as I did in the video.
  • Print, cut, and laminate these cards. Each small card should be cut individually.
  • Students will be working in groups, so you’ll need a set of cards for each group.
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  • Give each group a set of cards and ask: “Where’s letter Y? / Where’s letter Q? / Where’s letter U? / Where’s letter I?”
  • Students identify the letter and show you the card.
  • Once everyone understands how to play, they can work in their groups independently by taking turns asking each other the same questions: “Where’s letter ___?”

HIDDEN LETTERS:

  • Before students arrive, hide the small flashcards in different places in the classroom: under chairs, behind the desks, or simply tape them in different areas of the walls.
  • Divide students into small groups.
  • A representative of each group stands up.
  • Say: “Find letter Q!”
  • Students look all over the room until they find a word that starts with that letter.
  • The first student to find a word earns a point for their team.
  • Once a student finds a word, you can explain the meaning and ask everybody to say the letter and the word after you.
  • Repeat the same procedure several times.
  • Change representatives after each round.

FLY SWATTERS:

Getting ready:

  • Write on the board the letters of the alphabet.
  • Divide students into teams.

The game:

  • A representative from each team stands right in front of the board, facing their classmates.
  • Give each representative a fly swatter.
  • Say a letter, for example: “G.”
  • The first student to turn around and hit the correct letter with the swatter gets a point for his team.
  • Keep the score on the board.
  • Continue like that until most students have had a chance to participate or until you run out of letters.

HAPPY TEACHING!

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