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Daily Routines

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Anita Siva

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Daily Routines

Game Play Instructional Objective Learners & Context of Use 1) The teacher divides the class into two groups:
- One group acts out the Daily Routine whereas the other group has to guess what the opposite group members are trying to act out.

2)The teacher picks a student from the group that has to act out the daily routine, to choose a picture card.

3)The child is then asked to whisper the name of the routine to the teacher, to make sure the student is aware of what he/she is going to act out and if they know the term.

4)The student then shows the picture card to only their group members, so that they know what the student is going to act out, leaving the other group clueless! Objective of the Frame game Description of Learning Problem Debriefing References http://www.fun-stuff-to-do.com/charades.html -Co-operative play
-Gross motor skills
-creative skills Daily Routines Charades
By: Anitha & Pamela The goal of this game is for
students to guess the correct
daily routine in a given about
of time, in order to gain
a point for their team. Frame game Materials Time Required -Help Pre-school aged children become familiar
with daily routines and learn to be organized
-Ice-Breaker Game
-Fun, interactive, and educational game
-What the game incorporates?
-Receptive & Expressive language skills
-3 competencies out of 6 from MELS 8) If the team guesses the correct answer, then the teacher will reward them with a point. Once the teacher starts seeing that both the teams have equal amount of points after playing for a week, then she will come to know that the students are familiar with their daily routines. 3 MELS For Daily Routines 1) To interact harmoniously with others
co-operating with others & encourage other

2) To perform sensorimotor actions effectively in different contexts
Situates oneself in the physical environment

3) To affirm his/her personality
express his feelings and emotions with confidence -5 Years old, Grade 1
-Express different feelings, opinions, explanations & experiences
-Little accommodations
-Can be played more than 1!
-Daily Routines should be introduced prior to the game
-Can be modified by presenting evening routines -5 minutes to set up, where teacher divide the
class into two groups
-10 minutes to explain instructions and regulations
-Game can be played for around 20 minutes, or as
long as everyone has had a turn!
-No actual winner or reward being given! What did you like about the game?
What you didn't like about the game?
Did you learn anything new?
Why is it important to learn about the "daily
Name me the main daily routines that were discussed
in class?
Why is it important to co-operate with your
classmates? When singing the song of daily
routines, the teacher noticed that children
were having a hard time remembering
their daily routines, as well as pronouncing
the exact terms. Stop watch
Use of props
Picture cue cards 5)The time begins as soon as the student starts acting out the daily routine without any use of language. The other group will be given 1 minute to guess the correct daily routine.

6)The team that has to guess the correct term will raise their hand in order to call out the correct answer. 7)If the answer is correct from the opposite team, then they get to act out a daily routine. However if the opposite team gave an incorrect answer, then they lose a turn. In this case, the player who was acting gets to choose one of his/her peers in their group to act out another daily routine. http://codenamemama.com/2011/08/11/gross-motor-games/
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