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Using Songs at the Lesson
Singing is an excellent way for children to learn and memorise words and phrases develop familiarity with the sounds, rhythms and stress of English
Objectives: SWBAT practice the rhythm, stress and the intonation patterns of the English language; form vocabulary, grammar, speaking and listening skills
What kind of songs should we use? Pop songs, chants, folk songs, tongue twister, rhymes, holiday songs, student created songs, silly songs.
The song “Bingo” for the primary class
Nursery rhyme “Let Everyone Clap Hands”
The song “Sunshine in the Rain”
Learning a subject through English songs provides learners with: exposure to spoken English a clear purpose for listening to English and trying to understand a context for using English a reason for reading and writing
Songs, rhymes and rhythm activities help children to learn to listen carefully – with a real purpose respond to the ranges in tone, pitch, and expression in the voice concentrate hard on small details of pronunciation, stress and rhythm
Musical pictures and musical stories help children to experiment and use the qualities of sounds effectively express their feelings recognise the structure of stories and poems and to sequence ideas talk about what they are doing and why tell and perform their own stories
And finally… three the most important things… use the musical activity to generate opportunities to interact with the children in English encourage children’s language and music development by being positive make sure you all enjoy making music.