Aims: To familiarise children with British culture and talk about schools in Britain.
Pupil Language: Consolidation.
Teacher Language: What colour? How many children? How many boys?
Extra Materials: Sheets of paper.
- (An activity to talk about schools in Britain.)
Point to the title and say: School days! Children repeat, chorally and individually. Then point to the picture of the children and tell the class that pupils in Britain wear school uniforms. Point to the uniforms and ask:
Teacher: What colour?
Teacher: How many children?
Teacher: How many boys?
Child: Four. etc
- Optional: Hand out sheets of paper to children and ask them to draw their school. Once they finish they present their drawings to the class.
This is my school.
- Note: Refer children to Spotlight on Russia (p. 90) during this lesson or the next one.