# Difference between revisions of "Let`s draw monsters! Halloween Edition!"

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− | Introduction – 5 minutes | + | '''Introduction – 5 minutes'''<br /> |

− | + | 1) This lesson assume your class has a working familiarity with basic body p@arts and numbers already. In classes leading up to this class, you can reinforce this by doing `Head, shoulders, knees, and toes` as well as Karuta for numbers. <br /> | |

− | 1) This lesson assume your class has a working familiarity with basic body p@arts and numbers already. In classes leading up to this class, you can reinforce this by doing `Head, shoulders, knees, and toes` as well as Karuta for numbers. | + | 2) For this lesson, review the vocabulary with picture cards one more time.<br /> |

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− | 2) For this lesson, review the vocabulary with picture cards one more time. | + | |

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3) Have the students repeat after you. | 3) Have the students repeat after you. | ||

− | Demonstration – 5 minutes | + | '''Demonstration – 5 minutes'''<br /> |

− | 1) Demonstrate the activity with the HRT. First, say `Let`s draw a monster with (number) (body parts).` While the HRT draws, she shows the students that they can draw the body parts freely, on any part of the paper that they please. | + | 1) Demonstrate the activity with the HRT. First, say `Let`s draw a monster with (number) (body parts).` While the HRT draws, she shows the students that they can draw the body parts freely, on any part of the paper that they please.<br /> |

− | 2) Pass out the worksheets. | + | 2) Pass out the worksheets.<br /> |

− | Drawing Time – 10 minutes | + | '''Drawing Time – 10 minutes'''<br /> |

1) Students draw the monsters based on your description. | 1) Students draw the monsters based on your description. | ||

− | Coloring Time – 5 minutes | + | '''Coloring Time – 5 minutes'''<br /> |

1) Tell the students they can use their colored pencils to finish. | 1) Tell the students they can use their colored pencils to finish. | ||

− | Presentation time – 15 minutes | + | '''Presentation time – 15 minutes'''<br /> |

1) Have each student present. You can use the `jitsubutsutoueki`(document camera) so they can see each other`s monsters. Ask how many body parts each monster has. | 1) Have each student present. You can use the `jitsubutsutoueki`(document camera) so they can see each other`s monsters. Ask how many body parts each monster has. | ||

− | Review and Reflect – 5 minutes | + | '''Review and Reflect – 5 minutes'''<br /> |

− | 1) Call on students to reflect on what was fun about the lesson. (Seeing their friends` monsters, being able to use their creativity, etc) | + | 1) Call on students to reflect on what was fun about the lesson. (Seeing their friends` monsters, being able to use their creativity, etc)<br /> |

2) Review one more time with picture cards. | 2) Review one more time with picture cards. |

## Latest revision as of 06:55, 28 December 2017

**Name of Teacher:**Andrew Suson

**Class/Grade/Language Level:**Elementary School 3rd - 4th Grade

**Textbook and specific lesson:**N/A

**Goal:**The students should be able to use the numbers 1-20 and simple body parts in English when answering How many? Questions.

**Preparation:**10 minutes. A big sheet of paper for the JTE to draw a demonstration monster/ Picture Cards

**Class time:**45 minutes

**Introduction – 5 minutes**

1) This lesson assume your class has a working familiarity with basic body p@arts and numbers already. In classes leading up to this class, you can reinforce this by doing `Head, shoulders, knees, and toes` as well as Karuta for numbers.

2) For this lesson, review the vocabulary with picture cards one more time.

3) Have the students repeat after you.

**Demonstration – 5 minutes**

1) Demonstrate the activity with the HRT. First, say `Let`s draw a monster with (number) (body parts).` While the HRT draws, she shows the students that they can draw the body parts freely, on any part of the paper that they please.

2) Pass out the worksheets.

**Drawing Time – 10 minutes**

1) Students draw the monsters based on your description.

**Coloring Time – 5 minutes**

1) Tell the students they can use their colored pencils to finish.

**Presentation time – 15 minutes**

1) Have each student present. You can use the `jitsubutsutoueki`(document camera) so they can see each other`s monsters. Ask how many body parts each monster has.

**Review and Reflect – 5 minutes**

1) Call on students to reflect on what was fun about the lesson. (Seeing their friends` monsters, being able to use their creativity, etc)

2) Review one more time with picture cards.