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ENJOY ENGLISH AS AN INFANT TEACHER

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ENJOY ENGLISH
AS AN INFANT TEACHER

3. TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPONSE
4. PSYCHOMOTOR ACTIVITIES.
7. ROLE PLAYS.
RESOURCES AND METHODOLOGY IN INFANT EDUCATION: PRACTICE.
1. THE ASSEMBLY.
2. SONGS AND NURSERY RHYMES.
IT´S GOOD TO BE DIFFERENT RHYME.
It´s good to be yellow.
It´s good to be black.
It´s good to be blonde.
It´s good to be muslim.
It´s good to wear wheels.
It´s good to be different.
It´s good to be Kind.
It´s good to be polite.
It´s good to be clever.
It´s good to be peaceable.
It´s good to be brave.
It´s good to be different.
5. STORYTELLING.
6. GAMES.
1. THE ASSEMBLY .
2. SONGS AND NURSERY RHYMES.
3. TOTAL PHYSICAL RESPOSE.
4. PSYCHOMOTOR ACTIVITIES.
5. STORYTELLING.
6. GAMES.
7. ROLE PLAYS.
8. PUPPETS IN HE CLASSROOM.
9. FESTIVALS.
10. USING VIDEOS.
11. SOME TIPS.

8. PUPPETS IN THE CLASSROOM
9. FESTIVALS.
10. USING VIDEOS.
11. SOME TIPS.
Example of meeting routines for a four years old class.
(45 munutes)



4. Taking attendance.
The assistant asks for each classmate who answers with “Present” The assistant is helped by a list with the photo of each classmate and moves it to the house or it remains at the school.
The teacher asks questions such as “Where is she/he?” to encourage the pupils to answer She/he is at home..

5. Counting how many pupils are in class or at home.
The assistant counts the pupils at home and the pupils at school. After that, counts the number of girls and the number of boys in class.
The teacher asks questions such as ”How many pupils are at home? How many girls are in class today?”

6. Setting the day. The teacher asks What day is it today?
They sing together: WHAT DAY IS IT TODAY?
Then, the assistant chooses the correct day and sticks it on the place of day of the week. It is important to relate the day and its number.
The teacher asks questions such as “ How many days are there in a week?, What day was it yesterday? and What day will it be tomorrow?”
7. Setting the season. They sing together: SEASONS SONG. The teacher asks questions such as “ How many season are there? and What season are we in?”
8. Setting the weather. They sing together: HOW´S THE WEATHER? The teacher asks questions such as “How´s the weather today?” Then, the assistant chooses among sunny, windy, cloudy, rainy and snowy and sticks it on the weather place.
9. Present new contents.
10. Activities.

1. Greetings.
The teacher asks the pupils to sit around her. She starts singing the HELLO SONG. They sing together.

2. The assistant of the day.
The teacher looks for the assistant of the day and asks him/her to stay next to the teacher. The teacher puts the assistant medal around her/his neck and sticks his/her photo on the place of the assistant of the day.

The teacher asks questions such as “Is the assistant a boy or a girl?”

3. Feelings.
The teacher asks the assistant “How are you today?” They sing together: HOW ARE YOU TODAY?

The assistant chooses one among some feelings and sticks it on the place of How are you today?

FIVE GREEN BOTTLES HANGING ON A WALL. SONG.
Five green bottles hanging on a wall.
Five green bottles hanging on a wall.
And if one green bottle accidentally falls...
There are four green bottles hanging on a wall.
Four green bottles hanging on a wall.
And if one green bottle accidentally falls...
There are three green bottles hanging on a wall.
Three green bottles hanging on a wall.
And if one green bottle accidentally falls...
There are two green bottles hanging on a wall.
Two green bottles hanging on a wall.
And if one green bottle accidentally falls...
There is one green bottle hanging on a wall.
One green bottles hanging on a wall.
And if one green bottle accidentally falls...
There is no green bottles hanging on a wall.

My ball is round as round can be.
Will you roll my ball with me?
We´ll roll it high.
We´ll roll it low.
We´ll roll and roll wherever we go.

My ball is round as round can be.
Will you bounce my ball with me?
We´ll bounce it high.
We´ll bounce it low.
We´ll bounce and bounce wherever we go.

My ball is round as round can be.
Will you throw my ball with me?
We´ll throw it high.
We´ll throw it low.
We´ll throw and throw wherever we go.
MY BALL IS ROUND. RHYME.
Hi!
Hello!
Can I have two apples, please?
Here you are!!
Thank you!!
You´re welcome!
Happy birthday!!
Thank you!!
Here´s my present for you!!
What is it?
Open and see!!
It´s a blue ball. Thank you!!
You´re welcome!!!
EASTER EGG HUNT. GAME.
DADDY finger, daddy finger. Where are you?
Here I am. Here I am. How do you do?
MUMMY finger, mummy finger. Where are you?
Here I am. Here I am. How do you do?
GRANNY finger, granny finger. Where are you?
Here I am. Here I am. How do you do?
SISTER finger, sister finger. Where are you?
Here I am. Here I am. How do you do?
BABY finger, baby finger. Where are you?
Here I am. Here I am. How do you do?
FAMILY fingers, family fingers. Where are you?
Here we are. Here we are. How do you do?

FINGER PUPPETS. FINGER SONG.
1. Remember that preschool pupils have small attention spans. Change up your activities every five to ten minutes because if they go longer than that, the children can become restless and you will spend more time trying to keep their attention than actually doing the activity.
2. Teach a small amount of language in any given session. For this age group, try to introduce three words at a time and then add more if you see they understand the meaning of the words you've already introduced.
3. Engage your pupils on multiple levels. This includes using: songs and nursery rhymes, puppets, videos, role plays, games, festivals, TPR activities, psychomotor activities and storytelling.
4. Preschool pupils can get very excitable. Use vary excitable games with quiet ones to balance the energy level in the classroom.
5. Preschoolers are very visual. Bring in real objects whenever possible. When it is not possible, find colorful and vivid flashcards to use in place of the actual object.
6 Use the assembly to work routines and introduce new goals.
7. Preschool pupils usually are not yet reading and writing in their own language, so don't expect them to do it in a second language. At this age, you can expect them to listen and understand first. After a while, they will begin to speak words and short phrases.
8. They speak Spanish, don´t worry. That´s not a problem.



9. Focus your vocabulary learning on groups of similar types of words such as foods, colors, numbers, animals, families and body parts. You can work in short phrases that are relevant to your theme.
10. Because the activities are short and you don't want to give preschoolers too much "down time" between activities, make sure you have all of your supplies and activities ready to go before the children enter the classroom. Plan more than you think you'll use.
11. If you have a particularly naughty pupil in the class, keep him or her close to you.
12. Repeat, review and revise. You need to periodically review the vocabulary that you have previously taught or the children will quickly forget it.
13. Remember the assembly.
14. Don't use the same game over and over again, or let a game go on too long.
15. Vary and adapt.
16. Try to create a bank of materials: songs, videos, etc.
17. Try to make your own materials. Foam is easy to work and it lasts.
18. Remember that the internet is the biggest source of resources.
19. Remember above all to have fun with your preschoolers.
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