Teaching lesson : Not too little to help (story)

+ Before reading

– Ask students what have they helped another? How did they feel after that?

– Explain that they are going to listen to a story about a little animal which is very kind, very lovely.

– Show students the book cover and ask what they can see. Elicit the name of animal in story.

– Reinforce key vocabulary by giving students pictures to guess and writing them on the board.

– Ask student to mime animals in the story (mouse, lion).

+ While reading

– Refer to pictures in book.

– Ask students to predict next plot.

– Use verbal language and non-verbal language ( gestures, facial expression, body postures,…) to make story more interesting.

– Explain new words.

– Instruct student how to read hard words.

+ After reading

– Ask students to describe animals and plot in the story.

– Ask students to play roles story characters.

– Ask students what is significance of the story.

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