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Writing a lesson plan

 

Choose a suitable rhyme/song from the resource list in Section 3.13.1 and develop a lesson plan for a 35-minute English class for pupils either in Key Stage 1 or Key Stage 2. You can always refer to Section 3.10 while developing your lesson plan.

Make sure you consider the situations in your own school and plan a lesson which can really be implemented in your own class.

 

Useful resources related to rhymes and songs on the web

 

Websites Remarks
http://www.hendersonville-pd.org/hpdnursery.html Lyrics with music background
http://www.niteowl.org/kids/hpdcolour.html Colouring pages with lyrics
http://www.mamalisa.com/world/ Rhymes from all over the world, some with music
http://www.2020site.org/baby_opera/ Lyrics with musical accompaniment; no actual music
http://www.ga.k12.pa.us/academics/LS/PreK/ MotherGoose/ Nice photos of children performing plays related to rhymes and creative works by children; a good source of teaching ideas
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~pfa/dreamhouse/ nursery/ List of resources with rhymes grouped by theme
http://www.niehs.nih.gov/kids/musicchild.htm Many songs with music background and lyrics; many songs suitable for upper primary pupils

 


References

l Big Banana Company. (1992). One Potato: Songs and Games. London: BBC English Radio. (with audio cassettes)

l Big Banana Company. (1993). New Potatoes: More Songs and Games. London: BBC English Radio. (with audio-cassettes)

l Chik, P. Y., Li, W. L., & Wan, J. (1988). Evaluation of QEF Funded English Enhancement Program at Methodist School. Hong Kong: Methodist School.

l Chik, P. Y., Wan J. W. S., Lau, S., &Hui, A. (2000). Humorous Literary Texts: Effects on Children's Reading Motivation and their Verbal Creativity. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Baptist University.

l Curriculum Development CouncIL (2004). CDC English Language Curriculum Guide (Primary 1-6). HKSAR: Education and Manpower Bureau.

l Curriculum Development Institute. (2000). Writing Packages (Primary 4-6). HKSAR: Education Department.

l Curriculum Development Institute. (2001). Song, Rhymes and Tales for Key Stages 1 & 2. HKSAR: Education Department.

l Curriculum Development Institute. (2004). Promoting Assessment for Learning in English Language Education at Primary Level: Facilitatorís Guide. HKSAR: Education and Manpower Bureau.

l Education Department & Institute of Language in Education. (1994). Poems, Songs and Games for the Primary English Classroom. Hong Kong: Education Department.

l Falvey, P. & Kennedy, P. (Eds.). (1997). Learning Language through Literature: A Sourcebook for Teachers of English in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Bounces. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.

l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Call and Response. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.

l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Lullabies. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.



l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Simple Songs and Circles. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.

l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Tapping and Clapping. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.

l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Wiggles and Tickles. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.

l Feierabend, J. M. (2000). The Book of Young adult Songtales. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, Inc.

 

l Lau, S. &Chik, P. Y. (2000). Interplay of Humor and Play on Creativity. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Baptist University.

l Maryknoll Fathers' School (Primary Section). (2000). Happy Learning. Hong Kong: Maryknoll Fathers' School (Primary Section).

l McGhee, P. E. (1980). Development of the Sense of Humor in Childhood: A Longitudinal Study. In P. E. McGhee & A. J. Chapman (Eds.), Children's Humor. (pp. 212-236). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.

l Thomas, D. (1971). Notes on the Art of Poetry. In M. McNamee, J. Cronin & J. Rogers (Eds.). Literary Types and Themes. New York: Holt, Rhinehart& Winston, Inc.

l Wan, J. (1990). Teaching Short-story Writing in Hong Kong. In Asian Voices in English. A symposium conducted at the University of Hong Kong.

l Wan, J. (1998). Sharing Humorous Books with Children. House of Tomorrow, 7(1), 5-7.

l Wan, J. (1999). Teaching Primary Students Story Writing. House of Tomorrow, 7(2), 1-6.

 

 

Activity: Storytelling

Choose a song, a nursery rhyme or a song that you could use in the classroom. What are the main reasons for using it? How would you introduce it? How could you practice it?

 

 


 

 


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