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Elementary Lesson Plans - Level 1 Body parts Materials to go with 101 English Language Games for Children by Shelley Ann Vernon Contents ã Lesson Plan 1 (p. 2-5) o Worksheet – draw the face o Worksheet – crossword 1 or 2 ã Lesson Plan 2 (p. 6-7) o Worksheet – draw the missing parts o Worksheet – crossword 1 or 2 ã Lesson Plan 3 (p. 8-9) o Worksheet – pair work directions See the Body & Alphabet bonus eBook for all other materials. Options for Pr
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  Elementary Lesson Plans - Level 1 Body parts Materials to go with 101 English Language Games for Children by Shelley Ann Vernon Contents   ã Lesson Plan 1 (p. 2-5) o Worksheet – draw the face o Worksheet – crossword 1 or 2 ã Lesson Plan 2 (p. 6-7) o Worksheet – draw the missing parts o Worksheet – crossword 1 or 2 ã Lesson Plan 3 (p. 8-9) o Worksheet – pair work directions See the Body & Alphabet bonus eBook for all other materials. Options for Printing This Document There are no pages numbers however it is possible to print specific pages, a given page range, or the whole thing. To print the whole thing: With the document open > File > Print > Properties (select colour or black and white and draft to save ink) > OK If there is a problem with the picture or words fitting properly on your page try: File > Print > Properties to select quality as above > Look for Page Scaling and set to Fit to paper > OK To print a specific page: With the document open > Choose the page you would like to print from the index > scroll down – left click and hold on the small tab at the top of the scroll bar on the right hand side, hold down and drag the tab down the page until you reach the one you would like to print > move the cursor over to the page and click on it – the cursor will become a small hand instead of an arrow > File > Print > Current View – you will see on the right hand side of your screen the page you clicked on will appear > Properties to select colour and quality of print > OK. To print a range File > Print > From: To: Copyright 2006. Teaching English Games.com. All rights reserved.  Body Parts Lesson Plan 1 ã Play a quick revision game for the previous lessons such as I spy, or Draw, or Pictionary. 3 minutes ã Introduce six or twelve words – depending on the ability and age of your class. Flashcards are provided for: arm, arms, ears, eyes, feet, foot, hand, head, knee, legs, mouth, nose, shoulders and toe. Hold up the flashcards and have the class repeat the words a few times each. 5 minutes ã Play True or False starting with three new words and gradually adding in new ones (listening). 5 minutes ã Play Show me (listening). 5 minutes ã Play matching and mirroring (listening). 5 minutes ã Play Pictionary (speaking). 5 minutes ã Sing Head Shoulders Knees and Toes. If you don’t know this song see if you can get a CD with it on. It’s ideal for children from 3 to 10. Most older children up to age 13 will also enjoy it, if they are not too ‘sophisticated’. 5 minutes ã Play Duck Duck Goose using two different body parts for each turn. (Speaking) 5-10 minutes ã Play Dancing Demons if you have a smallish class and/or Collect the cards (provided) if you want a quieter activity (speaking). 10 minutes ã Finish with a worksheet such as drawing the face for the younger ones or crossword 1 or 2. 5 minutes Copyright 2006. Teachingenglishgames.com. All rights reserved.   DRAW THE FACE Draw the eyes, nose, mouth, ears, hair Draw the eyes, nose, mouth, ears, hair Copyright 2006. Teachingenglishgames.com. All rights reserved.  BODY PARTS CROSSWORD Copyright 2006 TeachingEnglishGames.com. All rights reserved.

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