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The North wind and the Sun

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on 29 January 2015

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The North Wind and the Sun
The North wind and the sun
Digital games and songs to practice weather vocabulary

Pre story activities
Objectives, contents, capacities and activities
Lesson Plan
Unit: The weather

Level: P-5

26 students
by Josep Cunillera
Telling the story...
Complete a daily weather chart
Learn about the causes and the consequences of the heat, air and the water and the phenomena that produce.
Experiencing the concept of 'hot', 'cold' and other effects of the wind like blowing balloons...
Reflexions about the project
The North wind and the Sun (Unit: The Weather)
The project and the lesson plan are a sample of the whole unit. To fix the vocabulary and the concepts in infant education we need to use more repetition and variety of procedures.
When dealing with infant education globalization and CLIL is basic as project learning plays an important role at that stage.
Like in the early stages of primary education we try to revise concepts that they have already got through their mother tongue. In the first sessions we introduce the new vocabulary with audiovisual support. We lay the basis to step further to simple processes of the element that cause the weather phenomena and the combination of the environmental factors which would be the follow-up activities.
Through the story we get simple cause-effect cases: wind-cold sun-hot. Up to now we are getting familiar with the concepts that the Aesop’s fable entails. The object of our teaching is that the students ‘feel’ these effects on them as way of understanding. Active participation is crucial to achieve that purpose.

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