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.

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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!

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS – GRUPO 3

Seguimos aprendiendo el alfabeto en inglés. Este es el tercer grupo de letras.

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el alfabeto en inglés
Disponible a partir del 20 de julio 2021

ESTUDIA EL CURSO COMPLETO:

RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS:

SPELLING NAMES:

MATERIAL:

  • Print these cards, cut them individually, and laminate each one.
  • You’ll need a set of cards for each small group.

INTRODUCTION:

  • Show video to students.
  • Write on the board the following sentences:

His name starts with letter ___.

Her name starts with letter ___.

  • Explain meaning and practice pronunciation with your students.

PRACTICE:

  • Give cards to each small group.
  • Say sentences just as I did in the video: “His name starts with letter ___.” / “Her name starts with letter ___.”
  • Students have to identify the card and show it to you.

WORKING IN GROUPS:

  • Once students are familiar with the activity, they can work independently in their groups.
  • They take turns saying the sentences and finding the cards. 

HAPPY TEACHING!

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS – GRUPO 2:

Seguimos aprendiendo el alfabeto en inglés. Este es el segundo grupo de letras.

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el alfabeto en ingles
Disponible a partir del 15 de julio 2021.

ESTUDIA EL CURSO COMPLETO:

RESOURCES FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS:

FIND THE LETTER:

These are the cards I used in the video for the activity “FIND THE LETTER.”

IN-PERSON ACTIVITY:

  • Print, cut, and laminate the cards.
  • Students will be playing in groups, so you need a set of cards for each group, board markers, or wet-erase markers.
  • Show students the living room card and tell them: “Let’s start with the living room card. Find letter G / E / P / Z” and so on.
  • Students use the markers to circle the letters as they find them.
  • Once they know how the activity works, they can play in their groups independently.
  • Students take turns saying: “Find letter ___.” and circling the letters.

DISTANCE LEARNING ACTIVITY:

  • If you’re teaching online, you can share the cards using an app like whiteboard.chat
  • Students can take turns following your instructions: “Find letter ___ ” and they circle the letters using the pen feature.
  • See how whiteboard.chat works:

HAPPY TEACHING!

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS – GRUPO 1

EL ALFABETO EN INGLÉS – GRUPO 1

Con esta lección empezarás a aprender el alfabeto en inglés. Lo dividí en grupos para que sea más fácil.

Haz clic en la imagen para ver el video:

el alfabeto en inglés

ESTUDIA EL CURSO COMPLETO:

RESOURCES FOR ENGLISH TEACHERS:

Here are some activities you can use with your students.

NAMES AND GESTURES: In-Person Activity

If students are meeting for the first time, you can use this icebreaker for them to relax and get to know each other.

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Write on the board the following sentences and explain the meaning using mimics.

A. Good morning/afternoon.  My name is ______.

B. Nice to meet you ______.

  • Stand in a circle with students.
  • Say “Good morning/afternoon.  My name is ______.” and make a funny gesture.
  • Students have to answer “Nice to meet you ______.” and imitate your gesture.
  • Then the student next to you has to do the same:
    1. He says his name and makes a funny gesture.
    2. The other students answer “Nice to meet you______.” and immitate his gesture.
  • Continue playing until all students have had a chance to introduce themselves to the group.
  • Encourage students to be enthusiastic, energetic, and creative.

NAMES AND GESTURES: Distance Learning Activity

You can play the same game, but instead of standing in a circle, you can use WHEEL OF NAMES to choose who’s next.

Wheel of Names is a virtual spinner. You can type students’ names, questions, sentences, vocabulary, grammar structures… the possibilities are endless! You can also customize it by adding pictures, colors, and sounds. And the best part is that you can save your ‘wheels’ and use them later on by creating an account.

PRACTICING THE ALPHABET – GROUP 1: In-Person Activity

  • Introduce and practice the first group of 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.
el alfabeto en inglés
  • Give each group a set of cards and ask: “Where’s letter H? / Where’s letter A? / Where’s letter J? / Where’s letter K?”
  • 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 ___?”

PRACTICING THE ALPHABET – GROUP 1: Distance Learning Activity

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  • Ask the same questions: “Where’s letter H? / Where’s letter A? / Where’s letter J? / Where’s letter K?”
  • Students identify a picture that starts with that letter and circle it.
  • Then students take turns becoming the ‘leader’. They ask a question, and their classmates circle the corresponding picture.

HAPPY TEACHING!