With younger students learning English is carried out in a playful way, with pictures, rhymes, songs, and educational games in English.Although employment and resemble a simple game, they are the skills of reading, writing, express their thoughts in English.The duration of each session, and their total number per week as follows: Grade 1 for - 40 minutes twice a week for 2-4 class - 60 minutes twice a week.
Features linguistic perception of younger schoolboys
Mastering the English language is a challenge for primary school students due to spelling and graphic features of the English language.Some children do not remember the basic rules of reading letters and letter combinations, incorrectly read the words, applying the other rules of reading.Often there are difficulties caused by the psychological characteristics of children this age, their memory, thinking and attention.When the perception of educational material younger students pay attention to the brightness of the material, its clarity and em
Game training tasks
the new method children learn language by means of reception «Look and say» («Look and Say").Recognition and memorization of new words and their spelling is happening in the game tasks.They can be used in a group, and the front pair work.Here are some of them.
Flashing a card (card flashed)
for the development of speed reading, fast response of students to master the printed word cards can be used with written words.First, the teacher holds the card in the image itself, and then quickly shows the class and then turns to him.Students guess the word and call it.
Memory pairs (remember the pair)
Students play in groups or split into pairs.Use a set of cards with words on one topic.Cards are arranged up the back side.Target is: read the word and find the picture.Win all gather more steam.If children are not read, you must first perform a training exercise on the board to "combine words and pictures."
Three in a row!(Three in number)
Children choose 9 cards and laid them on the prepared pre-game field consists of nine squares.The teacher draws a card from the stack and calls her aloud.If the student has such a card, he turns it.Whoever lays down a series of 3 inverted cards, stands up and says: «Three in a row» (three in number).The game continues as long as the students are not turned over all the cards.At the end of the children call on their playing field all the words.
Whispers (broken telephone)
Students are divided into two equal teams.The teacher arranges images of the stack on the table for both teams, and cards with words lie at the other table.Children lined up in a row, then a student standing in front, takes the top picture, whispering her name the next and so on until the last student.At the end of the last student picks up keywords to images and attaches it to the board.Then he selects the next image, just whispers the word student standing in front of his team and getting ahead.The winner is the team that correctly assembled couples: picture - word.
Pass the ball (pass the ball)
Children stand in a circle around their desks.Play fun music, children pass the ball around.As soon as the music stops, the student, remaining with the ball in his hands, takes the card from the stack with the word, and calls it.Show other children can not.The rest of the students show their card with a picture.
The above exercises and games contribute to the rapid memorization and retention study of the rules of the English language.Games allow teachers to use various forms of collaboration (group, front, pair), which is very important in the conduct of lessons in primary school.