Hello! ??Let’s go. What you need ... is introduced in 1B. In MT ask the children to listen to the audio. Then say Listenand repeat . Play the audio.

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<ul><li><p>Before you begin</p><p>Practise again looking through the book from left to right. Allow time for the children to look through the bookfrom left to right. Ask them to find their favourite pictures. Ask them if they know any English words already. Youcould introduce Chant, Point, Say using the Vocabulary Cards.</p><p>9</p><p>TopicThe children meet the four mainboy characters in the book, seetheir school and also meet Mr Pop. </p><p>Aims To teach the children how</p><p>to listen to the CD. To practise Hello. To teach the names of Sami,</p><p>Ali, Nabil, Fahad, Mr Pop.</p><p>LanguageHello.Names of characters: Sami,Ali, Nabil, Fahad, Mr PopLets go.</p><p>What you need CD and player. Optional: Vocabulary Cards of Chant (13),</p><p>Point (14), Say (15), for classroom language. Vocabulary Cards of Sami (16), Ali (17), Nabil</p><p>(18), Fahad (19) for Exercises 1 and 2; of MrPop (20) for Exercise 2.</p><p> Optional: name badge for each child in theclass for Exercise 2. </p><p> Name badges for Fahad, Nabil, Ali and Samifor Exercise 3.</p><p>1A Hello!</p><p> Cambridge University Press www.cambridge.org</p><p>Cambridge University Press978-0-521-69819-1 - Primary Colours Teachers Book 1Diana Hicks and Andrew LittlejohnExcerptMore information</p><p>http://www.cambridge.org/0521698197http://www.cambridge.orghttp://www.cambridge.org</p></li><li><p>10</p><p>1A Hello!</p><p>PUPILS BOOK</p><p>Listen.</p><p>Start by saying Hello. Encourage the children to say Hello to you and to theother children.</p><p>Allow children time to look at the picture. Introduce the children to the fourmain characters. Show the Vocabulary Card of Sami. Then in MT ask thechildren to find Sami in the picture. Say the name Sami. Children repeat. Dothe same with the Vocabulary Cards of Ali, Nabil and Fahad. Nano, the parrot, is introduced in 1B.</p><p>In MT ask the children to listen to the audio. Then say Listen and repeat Listen.Play the audio. Point to each character in the picture when his name ismentioned. In MT ask the children to listen and point. Then say Listen andpoint twice. Play the audio again. Children point to each character as he ismentioned by name. </p><p>Put the Vocabulary Cards of Ali, Nabil, Fahad and Sami (in this order) on theboard. In MT ask the children to look at the Vocabulary Cards. Say Looktwice.</p><p>In MT ask the children to listen and say. Then say Listen and say twice. Play theaudio again and point to the Vocabulary Card of each character when thenames are mentioned. To give them confidence, children speak with theaudio .</p><p>Further practice: Activity Book Exercises 1, 2 and 3.</p><p>Listen and point.</p><p>Introduce yourself. Children repeat your name. Say Hello, (+ a childsname) and encourage the child to say Hello, (+ your name). </p><p>Say Look. Show the Vocabulary Card of Mr Pop. Then in MT ask the childrento find Mr Pop in the picture. Say Mr Pop. Children repeat.</p><p>Say Listen and point. Play the audio. Children point to the characters in thepicture as their names are mentioned. Then say Listen and say. Play the audioagain. Stop after each dialogue for the children to repeat.</p><p>Put the Vocabulary Cards of Mr Pop, Nabil, Sami, Fahad and Ali (in thisorder) on the board. Say Look and point to the cards. Then say Listen. Point tothe Vocabulary Cards of Mr Pop and Nabil and model the dialogue Hello,Nabil. Hello, Mr Pop. Children repeat. Do the same for the dialogues betweenMr Pop and Sami, Mr Pop and Fahad and Mr Pop and Ali.</p><p>PAIRWORK In MT, explain that the children take it in turns to be Mr Pop andeach of the other four characters and to say Hello, (+ name) to each other.Go around and help. Dont worry too much about pronunciation at thisstage. You could ask some pairs to act out a dialogue in front of the class but if children dont want to speak in public, wait until they feelmore confident. </p><p>EXTRA IDEA If the children are confident about writing their names, theycould make name badges. Children then go around the class saying Hello, (+ name) to each other.</p><p>Nabils dad: Hello, Ali.Ali: Hello.Nabil: Hello, Ali. Ali: Hello, Nabil.Alis mum: Hello, Nabil.Nabil: Hello.Fahad: Hello, Nabil.Nabil: Hello, Fahad. Hello, Sami.Sami: Hello, Fahad.Fahad: Hello, Sami. Samis mum: Lets go!</p><p>Listen. 10 minutes</p><p>Mr Pop: Hello, Nabil.Nabil: Hello, Mr Pop. </p><p>Mr Pop: Hello, Sami.Sami: Hello, Mr Pop.</p><p>Mr Pop: Hello, Fahad.Fahad: Hello, Mr Pop.</p><p>Mr Pop: Hello, Ali.Ali: Hello, Mr Pop.</p><p>Listen and point. 10 minutes</p><p> Cambridge University Press www.cambridge.org</p><p>Cambridge University Press978-0-521-69819-1 - Primary Colours Teachers Book 1Diana Hicks and Andrew LittlejohnExcerptMore information</p><p>http://www.cambridge.org/0521698197http://www.cambridge.orghttp://www.cambridge.org</p></li><li><p>11</p><p>1A: Hello!</p><p>AnswerNabil</p><p>AnswerSami</p><p>Lets say it out loud.</p><p>Have ready name badges for Fahad, Nabil, Ali and Sami. Explain Lets go.</p><p>LARGE SPACE Children stand in a circle. Give one child the name badge forFahad and ask him/her to stand in the middle of the circle. Play the audioand encourage the children to say the words. Children hold hands andmove around Fahad saying the first verse of the chant. As the children saythe last two lines of the first verse (Lets go, etc.), Fahad chooses anotherchild from the circle and they change places. Give the child the name badgefor Nabil. Continue with Nabil choosing Ali and then Ali choosingSami. As the children chant Hello, Fahad, hello, Nabil, hello, Ali at the end ofthe fourth verse, Fahad, Nabil and Ali jump back into the middle of thecircle with Sami.</p><p>SMALL SPACE Choose a child to be Fahad and ask himto come to the frontof the class. At the end of the first verse he then chooses a child to be Nabil.Nabil then comes to the front of the class, etc. </p><p>ACTIVITY BOOK </p><p>Draw, trace and say.</p><p>The children draw a picture of themselves (or stick in a photo) and writetheir name under the picture / photo if they can. The children then trace thenames of each boy character. </p><p>IN CLASSEncourage the children to say Hello to each character. </p><p>Trace.</p><p>Children trace and identify the character in the picture. They then chooseand trace the correct name. </p><p>Trace.</p><p>Children trace and identify the character in the picture. They then chooseand trace the correct name.</p><p>5 minutes</p><p>5 minutes</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello,Hello, Fahad, hello, Fahad,Hello, hello, hello.Lets go, lets go, lets go,Lets go, lets go, lets go.</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello,Hello, Nabil, hello, Nabil,Hello, hello, hello.Lets go, lets go, lets go,Lets go, lets go, lets go.</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello,Hello, Ali, hello, Ali,Hello, hello, hello.Lets go, lets go, lets go,Lets go, lets go, lets go.</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello,Hello, Sami, hello, Sami,Hello, hello, hello.Hello, Fahad, hello, Nabil,Hello, Ali, hello, Sami,Hello, hello, hello.</p><p>Lets say it out loud.</p><p>10 minutes</p><p>1015 minutes</p><p> Cambridge University Press www.cambridge.org</p><p>Cambridge University Press978-0-521-69819-1 - Primary Colours Teachers Book 1Diana Hicks and Andrew LittlejohnExcerptMore information</p><p>http://www.cambridge.org/0521698197http://www.cambridge.orghttp://www.cambridge.org</p></li><li><p>1B Hello, Nano!</p><p>Before you begin</p><p>You could start the lesson with the chant from 1A.</p><p>12</p><p>Topic</p><p>The children meet Nano andtheir teacher, Mr Smith.</p><p>Aims To revise the names of</p><p>Sami, Ali, Nabil, Fahad. To teach the names of</p><p>Nano, Mr Smith. To teach My names </p><p>Language</p><p>Revision</p><p>Sami, Ali, Nabil, FahadHello.</p><p>New languageMy names Whats your name? Mr Smith, NanochildrenredYes. No.chant</p><p>Optional new languageGood morning. Good afternoon.</p><p>What you need CD and player. Vocabulary Cards of Sami (16), Ali</p><p>(17), Nabil (18), Fahad (19), MrSmith (21) for Exercise 1; of Sami(16), Ali (17), Nabil (18), Fahad (19),Nano (22) for Exercise 2.</p><p> A mask youve already made forExercise 1.</p><p> Thick paper for Exercise 1. Optional: red fabric and red items</p><p>for a colour table. Vocabulary Cardfor red (9).</p><p> Cambridge University Press www.cambridge.org</p><p>Cambridge University Press978-0-521-69819-1 - Primary Colours Teachers Book 1Diana Hicks and Andrew LittlejohnExcerptMore information</p><p>http://www.cambridge.org/0521698197http://www.cambridge.orghttp://www.cambridge.org</p></li><li><p>10 minutes</p><p>10 minutes</p><p>Listen and point.</p><p>1B Hello, Nano!</p><p>13</p><p>PUPILS BOOK</p><p>Listen and point.</p><p>Introduce yourself to the class by saying My names (+ your name). Say thisseveral times. Then invite some of the children to say My names (+ theirname) to the class. </p><p>GROUPWORK In groups, children introduce themselves. Listen and help.</p><p>Say Look. Children look at the picture. Show the Vocabulary Cards ofSami, Ali, Nabil and Fahad in turn and ask the children the name ofeach character. Introduce the children to Mr Smith, the teacher, byshowing the Vocabulary Card of Mr Smith. Then in MT ask the childrento find Mr Smith in the picture. Say Mr Smith. Children repeat.</p><p>Show the five character Vocabulary Cards in turn and say Hello, (Sami). Mynames (+ your name) for each card. Then show the five cards again andencourage the class to say Hello, (Sami). My names with each child givinghis/her own name. </p><p>Introduce children. Say Listen and point. Play the audio. Children point toeach character as his name is mentioned. At the end of the audio invitethe children to reply to Mr Smith and say Hello, Mr Smith. My names with each child giving his/her own name.</p><p>Children go around the class and introduce themselves to each other sayingHello. My names .</p><p>Show a mask youve already made. Give each child a piece of thick paper.Children draw a face on the paper. They colour and decorate it to make amask. They then cut it out and give it a name.</p><p>PAIRWORK Put your mask over your face and say Hello. My names (+ thename of your mask). Children work in pairs. They put their masks overtheir faces and introduce the names of their masks to their partners, forexample Hello. My names .</p><p>Children go around the class with their masks over their faces. They introducethe names of their masks to each other saying Hello. My names You couldalso teach Good morning and Good afternoon.</p><p>Further practice: Activity Book Exercise 1B 1.</p><p>Listen and point.</p><p>Show the Vocabulary Card of Nano. Say Nano. Children repeat. Say Hello,Nano. Children repeat. In MT introduce Nano, the funny parrot who canusually only be seen by the children in the book and helps them at school andat home. Show the Vocabulary Card of Nano again. </p><p>Ask Whats your name? and reply My names Nano for Nano using a differentvoice. Then using Nanos voice, ask Whats your name? and reply My names (+ your name). Ask several children Whats your name? and encourage them toreply My names </p><p>Say Listen and point. Play the audio. Children point to each character in thepictures. Say Listen. Play the audio again and stop after Whats your name? andafter Hello, Nano each time. Children repeat.</p><p>Mr Smith: Hello. My names Mr Smith.Children: Hello, Mr Smith.</p><p>Mr Smith: Hello. My names MrSmith.Sami: Hello, Mr Smith. My names Sami.Mr Smith: Hello, Sami.</p><p>Ali: Hello, Mr Smith. My names Ali.Mr Smith: Hello, Ali.</p><p>Nabil: Hello, Mr Smith. My names Nabil.Mr Smith: Hello, Nabil.</p><p>Fahad: Hello, Mr Smith. My names Fahad.Mr Smith: Hello, Fahad.</p><p>Mr Smith: Hello, children. My names Mr Smith.[pause]</p><p>Nabil: Hello. Whats your name?Nano: Hello, Nabil. My names Nano.Nabil: Hello, Nano.</p><p>Ali: Hello. Whats your name?Nano: Hello, Ali. My names Nano.Ali: Hello, Nano.</p><p>Fahad: Hello. Whats your name?Nano: Hello, Fahad. My names Nano.Fahad: Hello, Nano.</p><p>Sami: Hello. Whats your name?Nano: Hello, Sami. My names Nano.Sami: Hello, Nano.</p><p>Listen and point. </p><p>1</p><p>2</p><p>3</p><p>4</p><p> Cambridge University Press www.cambridge.org</p><p>Cambridge University Press978-0-521-69819-1 - Primary Colours Teachers Book 1Diana Hicks and Andrew LittlejohnExcerptMore information</p><p>http://www.cambridge.org/0521698197http://www.cambridge.orghttp://www.cambridge.org</p></li><li><p>1B Hello Nano!</p><p>14</p><p>GROUPWORK/PAIRWORK Use the Vocabulary Card of Nano and model thedialogue: You: Hello. Whats your name? Nano: Hello, (+ your name). Mynames Nano. Give the Vocabulary Card to a child who takes the part of Nano. Act out the dialogue. In groups or pairs, children take it inturns to be Nano and act out the dialogue with the other children who usetheir own names. Go around and help.</p><p>Show the Vocabulary Card of Ali. Say My names Ali. Nod and say Yes. Showthe card again. Say My names Nabil. Shake your head and say No. Repeat withother cards. Encourage children to say Yes or No.</p><p>PAIRWORK Children take it in turns to point to a character in the pictures forExercise 2. One child says the correct or incorrect name of the character. Theother child replies Yes or No. Give help.</p><p>Before Activity Book Exercise 2, show the Vocabulary Card of Nano. In MTask what colour he is. Teach red by making a red colour table. </p><p>Further practice: Activity Book Exercises 1B 2 and 3.</p><p>Lets say it out loud. </p><p>LARGE SPACE Children line up in four rows. Children march forwards to thefirst two lines of the chant. </p><p>While they chant Whats your name? children turn as they march on the spotso that the two outside lines are facing in and the two middle lines arefacing out. Children are then all facing a partner (or an imaginary partner ifthe lines arent equal). Children chant Hello, hello, hello, my names (+ theirname).</p><p>As they chant Yes, yes, yes, No, no, no, they shake hands, and say My names ...(+ their name) they march back down to where they were at the beginning.They stand still between the verses. Repeat for the other verses.</p><p>SMALL SPACE Children stand up in their places and march on the spot,turning to a different (or imaginary) partner in each verse.</p><p>ACTIVITY BOOKTrace and join. </p><p>Children trace the names and join them to the correct character.</p><p>Find and colour Nano! Say.</p><p>Children find Nano in the picture and colour him red. </p><p>IN CLASSTeach the phrase Nanos here. Children then say Hello, Nano. My names (+ their name).</p><p>Trace.</p><p>Children trace and identify the character in the picture. They then chooseand trace the correct name.</p><p>10 minutes</p><p>10 minutes</p><p>5 minutes</p><p>5 minutes</p><p>AnswerAli</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello.Whats your name?Whats your name?Hello, hello, hello,My names [children say their names]Yes, yes, yes,No, no, no.My names [children say their names]</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello.Whats your name?Whats your name?Hello, hello, hello,My names [children say their names]Yes, yes, yes,No, no, no.My names [children say their names]</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello.Whats your name?Whats your name?Hello, hello, hello,My names [children say their names]Yes, yes, yes,No, no, no.My names [children say their names]</p><p>Hello, hello, hello,Hello, hello, hello.Whats your name?Whats your name?Hello, hello, hello,My names [children say their names]Yes, yes, yes,No, no, no.My names [children say their names]</p><p>Lets say it out loud.</p><p> Cambridge University Press www.cambridge.org</p><p>Cambridge University Press978-0-521-69819-1 - Primary Colours Teachers Book 1Diana Hicks and Andrew LittlejohnExcerptMore information</p><p>http://www.cambridge.org/0521698197http://www.cambridge.orghttp://www.cambridge.org</p></li><li><p>1C Goodbye!</p><p>Before you begin</p><p>Encourage the children to say Hello as they come into the classroom or when you start t...</p></li></ul>

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