Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM


Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.


Unidad didáctica de inglés

Unidad didáctica de Primaria del cuento de los tres cerditos

Karen Hurtado Ferrández

on 10 April 2014

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Unidad didáctica de inglés

Didactic Unit


1. Context
2. Methodology
3. Materials
4. Didactic Unit
5. Evaluation
7. Annexes
6. Bibliography
Class Characteristics

Socio-cultural & economic
Medium level


Mother Tongue:
Special educative needs
1st Cycle of
(1st and 2nd
of Primary)
From 16th October
to 30th October
24 children
1. Objectives
2. Contents
General Objectives
Cycle Objectives
Secondary Objectives
1. Expand and acquire vocabulary related to the story
2. Meet farm animals
3. Meet and play farm animals onomatopoeias.
4. Learning good manners using the verb "can" to ask permission
5. Empower children to achieve efficient and comprehensive reading.
to listen
to talk
to write
to reading
1. Enjoy listening to a traditional story
2. Encourage integration between the student and the text
3. Encourage the love of reading
4. Promote the active participation of children in their own learning, using English creatively and meaningfully in the social environment that surrounds him and the classroom.
5. Contribute to the overall development of students.
Continue training in using ICT
6. Stimulate the desire to learn and play through the use of English
Story of "Three little pigs"
Story vocabulary:
- Farm animals
- Parts of the pigs' house
Animals onomatopoeia
Story characters
Songs and strings
Identify characters of story
Graphical representation of a story
Play onomatopoeia
Enjoy listening a story
Enjoy with songs about animals

Karen Hurtado Ferrández
María Muñoz del Amo
Sandra Benitez Campos
Irene Martín Fernández
María Naranjo Ibáñez
30th October:
25th October
Introduce verb "can" (permission)
Activities in pairs and whole class
16th October
18th October
22nd October
23rd October
Step by step..
Thanks for your attention!!
12 pairs
4 groups of 6
8 groups of 3
4 groups of 5 and 1 of 4
individual activities
whole class
Projector screen (for videos)
Templates for puppets
Templates for masks
Crayons or other
Vídeo and tale of three little pigs
Videos of songs
Introduce Didactic Unit asking children some questions like "Do you know the tale of the three little pigs? or What animals appear in this tale?
Tale of Three little pigs:

http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=Olo923T2HQ4
Activity: Circle the animals that you found in the story of the three little pigs and asking if they ask if they know the animals circled.
Video "Animal farm song by Peter Weatherall"


Write in the same sheet the name of all animals (with the next song) and asking if they know what animals don't show in their sheep.
Give the lyrics of the song and put video " Old Mcdonald had a farm"
Give the masks' templates to they paint it at home.
Play again "Old McDonald had a farm" and children will sing.
Give sheet with onomatopoeias.
Divide the class in groups (according to masks).
Do the game of onomatopoeias with the video.
Do other game with masks.
Divide the class into 6 groups of 4 children and each group to make their puppet with templates, cutting and pasting popsicle sticks.
Little interpretation the tale of the three little pigs. (from 5 to 10 minuts).
distribute the characters in: the Three Little Pigs and the Wolf.
The end.
Give children the story vocabulary (Annex 4)
Give children the three little pigs story for they read and write the missing words.
They will answer some questions about the story
(Annex 1)
(Annex 2)
(Annex 3)
(Annex 4)
(Annex 5)
(Annex 6)
The evaluation will be continuous. The process of learning will be either individually or colectively rated. The final exam will be 50% of the grade, group activities done in class (theater, masks, mime and sing songs) will be 30% of the grade, and individual (reading, vocabulary and exercises) will be 10%. And finally, the behavior that each student has had will be 10%. All these grades will be added and we obtain a final grade of 10.
The behavior will be measured across positive and negative points that teacher will put down in classes as may see appropriate.
ACIS Evaluation:
the child with Down syndrome, his evaluation will be more "open", Is marked out by the effort to see that the teacher is adequate, with some participation and interest.
Most of the information we have found on Internet, Youtube and other web sites :
YouTube -> Songs: "Old Macdonald had a farm", "Big Bad Wolf", "The three little pigs" and "Animal Farm Song by Peter Weatherall".
Web sites: http://www.quintanal.es/Web_LECTURA/Web_CAM_CTIF/3EI_Bautista.pdf http://es.scribd.com/doc/2219024/Tres-Cerditos http://es.slideshare.net/sejoblopa/los-tres-cerditos-pedeefe http://pacomova.eresmas.net/pictogramas/cuentocerdi.htm
6-9 years old
Concrete Operations
(7-11 years old)
In class we have a child who needs special attention because he has down syndrome, then we will evaluate differently.
In all activitys that the children will realize, the teacher will help the child with down syndrome.
12 girls and 12 boys, among them 1 girl and 2 boys Ecuadorian and African nationality.
Children would be in the stadium that Piaget called Concrete Operations. This stage is so named because children think more logically than before. However, there are bound to think of real situations in the here and now. In addition, children who are in this stage use inductive and deductive reasoning.
We have chosen this Didactic Unit because it motivate children to converse in English and they lose the fear of speaking it. It allow an approach to the English language with the environment around them. We have chosen this tale of the three little pigs because it is a traditional tale that all children know and it is familiar with them, therefore it will be easier working it.
Class on Mondays Tuesdays and Thursdays
Full transcript