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le corps humain
Transcript of le corps humain
Give advice about improving one's health using il faut and il ne faut pas
Recognize and name various parts of the human body warm-up brainstorm What celebrities can you name who are healthy? Unhealthy? share What are some indicators
of good health? Poor health? êtes-vous en forme ?
faites le test pour le savoir general health questionnaire to...
reinforce existing health vocabulary
personalize material to student's life
present grammatically correct construction of good/bad health practices
introduce il faut/il ne faut pas structure on fait du yoga introduce new vocabulary reading an authentic text j'ai mal ! Avez-vous mal ? application to student's life TPR:
listen to recording of vocabulary
repeat word while identifying body part
students point to body part for partner to identify comprehension check
recycling vocabulary performing the text Who does yoga? Why do yoga?
What are the benefits, according to the text?
What are the drawbacks?
When do you do yoga? Reflection reinforce vocabulary
introduce new structure j'ai mal...
engage/entertain students Ce chien a mal
à la tête ou au dos ? student describes to a partner a time when a body part hurts and why on donne des bons conseils health problems
and solutions speed-dating provide list of health situations
students write down advice for each situation using il faut/il ne faut pas assign each student a health problem as role to play
S1 asks qu'est-ce que tu as ?
S2 responds with health problem j'ai mal...
S1 gives advice using il faut/il ne faut pas as students leave classroom,
they must communicate to teacher which body part hurts (or has hurt in the past), why,
and what they will do to feel better
j'ai mal...parce que... il faut... en sortant (text with handout) Les épaules = shoulders
La main = hand
Le dos = back
Les doits = fingers
Le bras = arm