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PlayTree 4 Day 9
Transcript of PlayTree 4 Day 9
I Clap My Hands
Warm Up Song
Read the story with students.
Open Your Student Book
Student Book pp. 36~39
I clap my hands.
I stomp my feet.
I sing along.
I jump up and down.
I swing my arms.
Help students think and talk what makes them laugh. And talk about the pictures.
Ask students to choose who is singing in the pictures.
Teacher Talk: This is a music class. Students sing and play musical instruments. Who is singing in the picture?
Ask students to think and choose who can jump.
Ask students to think and choose who is swinging.
Teacher Talk: Look at the boy's socks. What color are they? One is red and the other is blue. Do they make you laugh?
Teacher Talk: Look at her. What is she doing?
She is laughing. Why is she laughing? Right. Someone is tickling her. Does tickling make you laugh?
Teacher Talk: Oh, no! Do you know what he is doing? He is farting. Does faring make you laugh? Do you fart?
Teacher Talk: Do you know what it is? Yes.
It's a syringe. Where do you get a shot? Right. Hospital. Does it make you laugh?
Teacher Talk: What is this boy doing? He is picking his nose. Do you pick your nose? Does picking a nose make you laugh?
Teacher Talk: Wow! Chocolate is on his face and hands.
Does it make you laugh?
Teacher Talk: What are they? Right?
They are kangaroos. Can kangaroos jump?
Teacher Talk: Do you know what it is? Good.
It's a snake. Can a snake jump?
Teacher Talk: Look at them. The father swinging his daughter in the park. Is he swinging now?
Teacher Talk: Look at two boys. Where are they?
They are on the swings in the playground. Are they swinging now?
Teacher Talk: Look at the monkey. Is the monkey swinging?
What is the monkey doing? He is sitting on the branch.
Teacher Talk: Look at this woman. Is she swinging her arms?
laugh & sing along
jump & swing
Ask students to circle the pictures that present 'laugh'
and to triangle the pictures that present 'sing along'.
Ask students to identify the pictures and say the sentence using 'jump' and 'swing'.