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I like to eat! (kids song)

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I like to eat! (kids song)

  1. 1. Most children enjoy singing songs, and they can often be a changea change from the routinefrom the routine of learning a foreign language. Songs can help young learners improve their listening skills andlistening skills and pronunciation.pronunciation. The phonicsphonics is a method for teaching reading and writing the English language by developing learners' phonemic awarenessphonemic awareness (the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes) in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and the spelling patterns (graphemes) that represent them. How can we teach the differences between the pronunciation of each vowel sound? An effective way is with a song that has repetitions of easy words.
  2. 2. • Fruits • Whiteboard & Marker • Guitar * Songs can be taught to any number of students and even those teachers with the most limited resources can use them effectively.
  3. 3. • FruitsFruits – Apple – Banana – Orange – Pear – Peach – Pineapple – Kiwi – Etc. • VerbVerb – Eat • Long VowelsLong Vowels – A – E – I – O – U
  4. 4. • Improve the listening & speaking skillslistening & speaking skills of children. • The learning of vocabularylearning of vocabulary that are familiar to them. • The repetition offers greater exposure to these words and can help to improve vocabulary acquisitionimprove vocabulary acquisition. • Level: Kindergarden (4 – 5 – 6 years) • Time Needed: 10 minutes app.
  5. 5. • Ask the students wich are their favourite fruits and write them in the whiteboard. • Peel and cut the fruit, and share it with the kids. They can eat them, and we have to emphazise the use of the verb “eat” as in “ I like eateat this apple, Do you like eateat banana?”
  6. 6. • "Apples and Bananas" or "Oopples and Boo-noo- noos" is a traditional North American children's song that plays with the vowels of words. The first verse usually begins unaltered: • I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas. • I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas. • The following verses replace most or all vowels with one given vowel sound, usually each of the long vowels sounds of a (/e /), e (/i:/), i (/a /), o (/o /), and u (/u:/)ɪ ɪ ʊ
  7. 7. • You can use other fruits instead of apples or bananas, for example: “I like to eat eat eat Oranges and Kiwis”
  8. 8. • Color and cut out the pieces. Glue the sides of the bowl pieces together, leaving the top open.
  9. 9. • Place the fruit pieces in the bowl. • Pick a fruit piece and sing the verse that matches the letter on the fruit.
  10. 10. • We can use the same rhythm to teach other verbs and other vocabulary as “I like to play play play Play my violin/ guitar/ flute”
  11. 11. • We can create a fun activity as a play at the end of classes before holidays.
  12. 12. • Using song effectively: http ://www.camtesol.org/Download/LEiA_Vol2_Iss1_2011/LEiA_V2_I1_11_Neil_Millington_Using • Teaching Reading: http://www.reading.org/Libraries/Inspire/Teaching_Reading.pdf • Using song to teach english: https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/blogs/evab2001/using-songs-teach-english • The song: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/440789882250048381/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4AOHOdJ1Bk • The lyrics http://www.songsforteaching.com/songsthatteach/applesbananas.htm • The sheet with musical notes and chordsto play it http://www.partitionsdechansons.com/en/pdf/11574/Folk-song-Apples-and- bananas.html • Follow up activity http://www.homemade-preschool.com/music-worksheets-songs.html