Storytelling: The Greatest Treasure

Story: The Greatest Treasure      ( Link in youtube)

 Group members:   1.Ngo Thi Minh                2. Bui Thi Tuyet

3. Nguyen Thi Tram          4. Nguyen Thi Nhung

5. Nguyen Hai Yen           6. Bui Thi Yen

Lesson Plan : Storytelling  “The Greatest treasure”

Objectives:

 -Knowledge: Students will be able to

+ Vocabulary: identify some animals : camel, lion, turtle, eagle, sheep .

And some places ( where the animals live): forest, mountain, valley, desert, ocean

Purple.

–   Skills: Students will be able to

+ pronounce some words, phrases

+ listening skills: listen to the story in details, understand the content of the story

+ speaking skill: retell the story with teacher’s instruction ( put in order)

+working together

– Education: educate children about the animals and give the meaning of the story for children : friendship_ the greatest treasure

Materials: Pictures, relias, boards, books, camera..

Teacher

purpose

Pre- teaching :Warm up: greeting+ sing the song: “ if you happy, clap your hand”.Introduce the story today: The greatest treasure_ give pictures and introduce : treasure and the picture with 6 characters of the story

–          ask children some questions .

+ about animals : ask name of animals ( use pictures on the board)

+ ask to guess: where they live, where Peter met each animal? ( guessing)

+ instructs sts  pronounce words.

While-Telling:

T uses pictures to tell the story

– each part of the story: T asks sts to guess which animal Peter will meet in his journey?

And emphasize the characteristic of each animal to join Peter and pass the dangerous stage in the adventure.

–          connect to sts to describe, guess in the process of telling the story

After telling:

T summarize the story, ask sts to know how they like the story

Give small exercise to check their understand: match each animal with the places where they live and put them in order Peter met in the adventure to find out the treasure.

–          call sts go to the board to arrange, then check, give feedback

–          summarize the lesson in class

–          stabilize the order in class-          make all children pay attention to the lesson-          know something about story: general content, some characters who will appear in the story.-          help sts imagine about Peter’s adventure and what’ll happen in the story.

–          imagine the animal through the pictures, real experiences in the life

–          know how to pronounce, speak the words related to animals and places

–          help sts imagine the background of the story

–          brainstorming, think about the story, the features of animals

–          help them memorize better about each section of the story

–          help sts pay attention to the story, join together

–          sts have more chance to know abot the meaningful story about friendship and practice with friends in front of class

–          check the children’s memory about the story to know how they understand the lesson and how they focus on the story.

–          have more activities to make class more fun, more attractive, more interesting.

.

link:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9md7Zl9Utig&feature=youtu.be

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2 thoughts on “Storytelling: The Greatest Treasure

  1. Hello everyone!
    I have just watched your video. Indeed, I like it so much because the way storytelling of you is logical, clearly, and easily to understand.
    Firstly, your teaching is rather creative; especially; your introduction, you require students sing a song. I think it is very interested because it stimulates enjoying of students in lesson. Secondly, the pictures in board are quite cute. You use picture in board to introduce characters in story and where these live. You require students use their knowledge to guess characters and places them live. I think it is good idea to encourage students discover story.
    After that, you use picture to tell a story every character with every different picture, it helps students easily to understand the content of the story. While telling story, you use body language to explain some new words for students, it is very good; moreover, you use eye contact, your voice to pay attention to student.
    Next to, I am impression the way you sum up content of story by you ask student and repeat together main points of story to student can grasp content of story. Then you give pictures students and require students arrange these pictures. One more time, you report main points of story; I think you are very careful to sure students understand deep story.
    Finally, you give message from story.
    Through your teaching, I can learn some experiences such as:
    Firstly, I can introduce lesson by a sing to stimulate enjoying of students before beginning lesson.
    Secondly, I can introduce characters by pictures and give some questions to students can guess to test knowledge of students and guide student come in lesson more comfortable and fell highly enthusiastic.
    Next to, I can use pictures to describe situation in story that help students understand more easily and more interesting. Beside, I need to combine body language, eye contact, voice to suitable with story and can explain some new words to students.
    After that, I have to sum up content of story and I can ask student arrange again pictures with the order of the content of the story to sure that students understood deep content of story.
    Finally, I must give message of story. What is message of story?
    In short, I like so much your lesson. Thank you very much!

  2. Thank you for your sharing video and lesson plan!
    I have some comments:
    1. Your preparation is good. I can see you decorate your classroom and prepare story, pictures….
    2. Your content: you chose a simple and interesting story. Through this story, i find your objectives are identify some animals : “camel, lion, turtle, eagle, sheep”, improve listening and speaking skills and give children a lesson about the friendship.
    3. Your procedures were carried out logically from teaching vocabulary, telling story to giving task to children and evaluation.
    4. Your actions are very natural, good. They make the atmosphere become comfortable and motivate children.
    5. Your lesson plan has clear objectives.
    Thank you.
    Sincerely
    Luong

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