This video is for children around the world who are learning English. To use this video the teacher or tutor plays the video and reads along until the student(s) can do it by themselves.
Students will learn the simple rhyming words for things they have seen in everyday life.
This lesson conforms to Kindergarten Common Core State Standards USA.
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While the pictures are played, have the student(s) notice details and prompt with questions like, “Do you see the ball?” “What color is his hat?” “Have you seen a cat?” to engage the student in more conversation about the pictures.
Read the words to the student until he or she can read them by himself.
Prompt the student to engage in the lesson by asking questions. Pause the video as needed while you discuss the pictures. For bi lingual students, discussions in the native language and simultaneously in English (bi lingual discussions) are all right.
What color are his eyes?
What color is the ribbon on his hat?
What color is his fur?
Have you seen a cat? Where did you see the cat?
Does the cat like the rat?
How does a bat fly? (wings)
What is upside down? Show me upside down with your hands. Does it look like this? (Show right side up and upside down with your hands or an object.)
Have you seen Batman?
Do his wings look like a bat’s wings?
When the student is told to “Add a letter to make a word.” help the student accomplish the task. Pause the video as needed, use a whiteboard, blackboard caulk, paper and pencil or if possible, letters made of paper or plastic, so the student can change the first letter of the word to make each new word.
Is the rainbow above or below? (Show “above” and “below” with your hands.)
Is the water falling down or up? (Show “up” and “down” with your hands.)
Where are the people in this picture? Do they look small?
The people on the waterfall are not real people they are statues made to look like people. They are not really jumping. But it makes you feel like they could jump and dive into a beautiful pool.
This is a giant red ball in Paris. The children found the red ball by a wall in the city. What would you do if you found a ball in the city?
Did that basketball player fall down?
Did the ball player kick the ball?
Do you like to talk on the phone?
What do you say when you answer the phone?
Have you ever seen a bear on a swing?
How big is the mouse’s swing? Do you think it is this big? Or this big? (Show big and small with your hands). Show me.
All birds like to sing. Which one is big? Which is medium? Which is small?
Do you hear the birds sing?
I hear the birds sing in the morning, do you?
Do you have a bell at your school?
Does it ring?
Have you heard a phone ring today?
Do you know anyone who wears a ring? Who?
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