Examples Of Christmas Acrostic Poems
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Examples Of Christmas Acrostic Poems

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Lesson Plan of the Song ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’

Level: Form Lesson Duration: 2 lessons teaching aids: CD - Songs and Poems 1 (Longman) - ‘Twelve Days of CD player / computer, visualizer3.Song lyrics and activity sheets (Appendix 5) Language focus: Vocabulary of Christmas presents

Ordinal numbers (first to twelfth) Previous 1.

Students learnt ordinal numbers in September.Students have learnt some Christmas items from the Students have learnt some Christmas objects after watching Merry Christmas, Mr.BeanObjectives:

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: solve the problem of how many presents were given

name all the presents in the While-listening Activity

draw a storyboard from the lyrics of the song.4.substitute present-day items with their favourite gifts 5.learn how to describe a song Procedure:

Teacher has a brief descriptiStudents try to jot down as many presents as they can during the While-listening activity (1) and check the difference between the ones they guess before.

[If Ss’ ability is too low, lyrics can be distributed before the activity.]

Teacher distributes the lyrics and feedback form to the students.

Students can check answers during the While-listening activity (2).Teacher asks the students to read out the 12 presents again.

Students do the double-entry journal and share what they think about the song.

During the While-listening activity (3), students sing the song with the singer.

Then students draw the storyboard in ent-day items / presents that they would like to get on the worksheet.

Students write out their feedbacksong.

(Each student compares some are invited to expreTeacher gives feedback to their new lyrics with the rubrics.

Variations / (for stronger of Christmas Students perform their new songs.
Lesson Plan of Shape Poems

Level: Form Lesson Duration: 2 lessons teaching aids: PowerPoint / computer Visualizer

3.

Activity sheets (Appendix 6) Language focus: - Christmas items and their features Previous - Students have learnt some Christmas items in the textbook and from the movie Merry Christmas, Mr
examples of christmas acrostic poems
.BeanObjectives:

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: tell the basic features a shape poem has.aware of the typography of poems.discuss the samples on the PowerPoint.create shape poems related to Christmas.5.

appreciate their classmates’ creative and imaginative work.Procedure:

Show students some Christmas items and emphasize their Show some samples of shape poems on the PowerPoint and ask students to guess what they are like.

Ask students what special features a shape poem has and explain its form.

Show students one more sample using ‘a Christmas tree’ to write the shape poem and ask them to read it aloud.

Students share what they think the message of the poem is.

Encourage them to write their own shape poems individually Feedback /

Students present their poems on the visualizer and explain their designs.

Teacher gives feedback to their poems with the rubrics.

Lesson Plan of Acrostic Poems

Level: Form Lesson Duration: 2 lessons teaching aids: PowerPoint / computer 2.visualizer

3.activity sheets (Appendix 7) Language focus: - adjectives and vocabulary about Christmas Previous - Students have tried to write acrostic poems with their English names in the first oral lesson.Objectives:

By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: 1.tell the basic features an acrostic poem has.

tell some basic elements of a poem such as stanza and rhyme.

discuss the poems on the PowerPoint.create acrostic poems related to Christmas.create enjoyment of the poems and stimulate their imagination.

Procedure:

Show some samples of acrostic poems on the PowerPoint, especially some good poems their classmates wrote with their names at the beginning of the term.

Ask students what special features an acrostic poem has and ng ‘Christmas’ to write the acrostic poems and ask them to read aloud.

Explain to them that a paragraph in a poem is called a Analyse the two poems and have a discussion with them.Encourage them to write their own poems (in pairs or mas vocabulary.(e.g.Angel & Feedback /

In groups, students read out their poems so as to appreciate one another’s work.

Teacher gives feedback of their poems with the rubrics..
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