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ESCUELA NORMAL SUPERIOR DE CALDAS

TEACHING ENGLISH WITH A MAGIC TOUCH

UN ENCUENTRO COMUNICATIVO Y ARTÍSTICO


2.002 - 2.006
TEACHING ENGLISH WITH A MAGIC TOUCH
PLANES DE CURSO

GRUPO INVESTIGADOR

PAULA ANDREA CASTELLANOS


DIANA CAROLINA GONZALES
CLAUDIA BIBIANA NIETO PRIAS
DIANA MARCELA SALAZAR MARTINEZ
ASESORA DE PRACTICA
MARIA EUGENIA BEDOYA MARIN
RECTORA
MARIA ARACELLY LOPEZ GIL

REVISION Y AMPLIACIÓN
OLGA PATRICIA OSORIO RAMIREZ

En la educación actual, es posible percibir la importancia Es por esta razón que hemos decidido utilizar el arte
del inglés tanto a nivel curricular como de proyección como conductor del conocimiento, como medio de
laboral. expresión de ideas, pensamientos y sentimientos, de tal
En el sector privado existen cantidad de métodos y forma que los educandos disfruten y se diviertan al
materiales que facilitan el acceso al aprendizaje de esta aprender dando paso a la adquisición de un aprendizaje
Lengua Extranjera, igualmente los docentes encargados significativo por medio de actividades artísticas como la
de esta área, cuentan con excelentes estudios y música, la pintura, el recortado y en general las
preparación para llevar a sus estudiantes, un actividades de desarrollo de motricidad fina.
conocimiento acorde con la exigencia de la globalización. Nuestro objetivo es ofrecer a las aulas, material que
Desafortunadamente, en el sector público no es posible permita la interacción de los niños con la nueva lengua,
tener acceso a este tipo de materiales, a causa de las generando una comunicación intercultural que transforme
dificultades culturales por lo cual se hace urgente el y embellezca la cotidianidad al tiempo que transforma el
fortalecimiento de esta disciplina a través de actividades paisaje de la conciencia, brindando a los aprendices
y recursos de más fácil comprensión y acceso. elementos de sensibilidad y reconocimiento del mundo,
demostrando así que las metodologías que poseen filtros
afectivos son las que más impactan a los niños y y les hemos vinculado ritmos colombianos con el fin de
permiten que su adquisición lingüística sea más duradera rescatar esa energía que es transmitida por cada uno de
ya que favorecen la significación de cada nuevo nuestros instrumentos, haciendo correr por las venas
concepto . nuestro sabor latino y al unir música y conocimiento,
De esta forma, el maestro creará un equilibrio entre facilitar la asimilación de nuevos conceptos. Es por ello
conocimiento y Lúdica, evitando caer en el extremo de un que se han interpretado instrumentos típicos como el
activismo sin sentido que desvíe la atención del tópico chucho, la tambora y la guitarra entre otros, propiciando
central, sino que sea posible distinguir el arte como un la real integración de dos culturas: canciones
factor de constante refuerzo e interacción, que motiva a originalmente americanas adaptadas a ritmos
la diversidad, ya que cada uno de sus interlocutores colombianos; además su cartilla favorecerá la integración
explora mundos posibles y pone en juego su creatividad, de objetos de estudio y actividades artísticas.
descubriendo que el aprendizaje de una Lengua Bienvenidos a nuestra integración comunicativa .
Extranjera es verdaderamente fácil y divertida.
Premeditadamente en este trabajo, hemos seleccionado
algunas canciones tradicionalmente conocidas en Inglés

 Acercar la cultura extranjera al aula de clase, facilitando la aceptación por parte de los aprendices.

 Aportar elementos útiles dentro del aula, para que el aprendizaje de una Lengua Extranjera sea verdaderamente
significativo.

 Difundir el Inglés como lengua “Universal” y apoyo de la globalización.

 Implementar el Arte como medio didáctico, posibilitando la enseñanza del Inglés a través de una experiencia nueva,
agradable y rica en oportunidades.
 Mostrar a los niños, el aprendizaje del inglés como algo fácil y divertido.

 Incentivar en los docentes su creatividad para enseñar, sacando el aula de clase de la rutina.

1. TO DREAM IS TO LIVE

TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Greetings (good morning, good afternoon, good evening)


 Verbs want, give, hope…

Good morning Sun To make beautiful To-ro-to-ro-to-to-to-ro-to


Good night moon For that it’s With colors and lights to be fun
Today I want to sing To dream is to live (2) The garden of my days
And say to the world Let’s join our hands With love, we’ll reach a Good morning Sun
That is worthwhile To-ro-to-ro-to-to-to-ro-to better world Good night moon
To discuss to be fun Today my heart
Is full of lights
Simply it’s better to smile You can give we illusion For that it’s Hopes and laughs
and to smile You can give we your To dream is to live (2) It’s not the end
laugh Let’s join our hands
Today, begins a new happy world For that it’s….

ACTIVITIES

 Write the correct greeting: good morning, good night


 Write five sentences expressing what do you want and hope, and what do you want to give to the world to
be better

THE MULBERRY BUSH

TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Daily activities (go to school)


 Verb to go

Students form a circle and sing the rhyme while acting out the movements described on the verses

Here we go the Mulberry Bush Go to school, go to school


Mulberry bush, Mulberry Bush This is the way we go to school
So early Monday morning
Here we go round the Mulberry Bush
So early in the morning
This is the way we play with toys…
So early Tuesday morning
This is the way we go to school
This is the way we brush our teeth … So early Sunday morning
So early Wednesday morning
ACTIVITIES
This is the way we help our mom …
 Prick some paper in little pieces
So early Thursday morning
 Fill the way to go to school with the paper that you
This is the way we play the guitar … have pricked
So early Friday morning
This is the way we go to walk …
So early Saturday morning

This is the way we go to church


I’m from Washington D.C. (2)

DO YOU SPEAK ENGLISH I’m gad to meet you (2)


I’m so glad to meet you too (2)
TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Personal information
ACTIVITIES
 Present tense
 Questions and answers whit DO and verb TO BE
 Full the next card whit all you information
Do you speak English? (2)
Yes, but just a little bit (2)

Are you from Chile? (2) NAME: __________________________


No, I’m not, I’m from Brazil (2) LAST NAME: _____________________

My name is Viktor (2) AGE: _____________


What’s your name and where’re you from? (2) BIRTHDAY: ______________________
NATIONALITY: ____________________
My name is Alice (2)
CITY: _______________
SQUARE: _________________
FATHER’S NAME: _________________________
 Write a little text with all your personal information

 Collect your partners information and make yes/no


questions
Look up, look down and show me TWO
Reach up, reach down and show me THREE.
Jump up, jump down and show me FOUR
Point up, point down and show me FIVE.
ONE, TWO, TRHEE, FOUR, FIVE.
ONE, TWO, TRHEE, FOUR, FIVE.
FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE.
FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE.
ACTIVITIES

 What letter is missed? Write it on the space


UP AND DOWN
TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Numbers (1-5; 2-10)


 Commands (Stand up, sit down, Look up, look down, O__E __WO TH__E__ __OU__ FI__E
Reach up, reach down, Jump up, jump down, Point up,
point down, show me)
Stand up, sit down and show me ONE
SI__ S__EV__N EI__HT NI__E __EN

 Write in your notebook the numbers from 11 to 20

BINGO

TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Spelling
 Domestic animals

There was a farmer had a dog, And bingo was his name ¡Oh!
And BINGO was its name (Clap) I-N-G-O , (clap) I-N-G-O
And bingo was its name ¡Oh! And bingo was its name ¡Oh!
B-I-N-G-O , B-I-N-G-O , B-I-N-GO
And bingo was its name ¡Oh! There was a farmer had a dog,
And BINGO was its name
There was a farmer had a dog, And bingo was its name ¡Oh!
And BINGO was its name clap-(clap) N-G-O , clap-(clap)-N-G-O, clap-(clap) N-G-O
And bingo was its name ¡Oh!

ACTIVITIES

 Change the animals. For example: “Dog” by “Horse”


 Color the draw following the keys:
1=yellow; 2=blue; 3=red; 4=green; 5=brown; 6=Pink;
7=black; 8=gray

FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS


TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Numbers
 Verbs (jump, fell off, call)

Five little monkeys jumping on the bed Doctor said:


One fell off and bumped his head, No more monkeys jumping on the bed
So mama called the doctor and the
Doctor said: So mamma called the doctor and
-“No more monkeys jumped on the bed”. The doctor said
-“Put those monkeys back in bed”.
-Four little monkeys jumping on the bed…. ACTIVITIES
-Three little monkeys jumping on the bed….
-Two little monkeys jumping on the bed…  Follow the sequence:

one little monkey is jumping on the bed…  Two – Four – Six – Eight - ____ - Twelve -
one fell of and bumped his head, _______ - sixteen - ________ - Twenty.
So mamma called the doctor and the  One – Two – ______ - _______ - ______ - Seven.
 Three - _______ - Nine - _______ - Fifteen –
Eighteen.

 Color the drawing with your favorite colors

WE’RE GOING TO THE ZOO

TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Wild animals
 Expression “We’re going to…”

We’re going to the zoo Elephant.


We’re going to the zoo
We’re going to see the monkey and the
Kangaroo.

We’re going to the zoo


We’re going to the zoo
We’re going to see the lion and the camel
Too. ACTIVITIES
 Unscramble the letters and match the animals:
We’re going to the zoo
We’re going to the zoo ONMKEYK _________
We’re going to see the hippo and the
OOKAGONR _________
PHELANTE ___________
ONLI _________
ALSE ________
MELACA _________
FFGRIAE _________
OPIPH ________

LA BAMBA

TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Verbs dance, sing, go


 Comparatives: faster, higher, louder

Let’s dance with the music


Let’s dance with the music
ACTIVITIES:
When we dance we sing a song
We sing -a song of thanks, a song of thanks  Organize a little group with 3 people more and create a
And clap our hands and here we go, dance for the song
And here we go  Write different sentences with the verbs named in the
And here we go song.
 Full the draw with long pieces of paper, specially the
Faster faster, higher higher, louder louder, girl’s skirt
Bamba bamba, aaaah ahhhh aaaahh
THE MORE WE GET TOGETHER

TOPICS TO DEVELOP

 Future tense “will”


 Verb “get"
 Recognize the importance to work in group

The more we get together, together, together. ACTIVITIES


The more we get together, the happier we’ll be
For your friends are my friends,  In groups of 4 people make this draw and full it with
and my friends are your friends. different materials (paper, colors, rocks…)
The more we get together, the happier we’ll be.
MOTHER’S DAY
TOPICS TO DEVELOP:
26 27
28
 Spelling 25

 Adjectives (pretty, good)


 Verbs (want, love, kiss) 24 30
29

4
5
32 31
23 6 3
34 33
You are a very good mother 2
As pretty as pretty can be 7 1
8
And all your children 22 35
Want to celebrate 9
Your Mother’s day today. 36
21 38
39
L-O-V-E I love you. 37
K-I-S-S I kiss you 20
40
And all your children 41 14 10
Want to give you 19 13
All the love we have for you. 12 11

15
18

16
17
ACTIVITIES

 Write in your notebook different sentences with the verbs want, love, kiss
 Follow the sequence with a line and discover the hidden picture
 Color the drawing and design a little card for your mother

PUFF THE MAGIC DRAGON


TOPICS TO DEVELOP:

 Past tense None kings and princes


 Adjectives Would when ever they came
Pirate’s ships would lower their flags
When puff roared out his name
CHORUS:
Puff the magic dragon lived by the sea CHORUS…
And frolicked in the autumn mist
In a land called Honalee (Repeat) A dragon lives forever but not so little boys
Painted wings and giant strings
Little Jackie paper loved that rascal puff Make way for other toys
Brought him strings and sealing wax One gray night it happened
And other fancy stuff Jackie paper came no more
Puff that mighty dragon
CHORUS… He ceased his finess roar

Together they would travel CHORUS…


A boat with bellowed sail
Jackie kept a lookout perched His head was bend and sorrow
On puff’s gigantic tail Green scatter fell like rain
Puff no longer went to play Puff would not be brave
Along the cherry lane So puff that mighty dragon
Without his life long friend Sadly slipped into his cave.

ACTIVITIES

 Fill the drawing with special materials : cotton, strings, spangles, etc to create a poster
 Write some sentences with verbs named in the song

HE HAS THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS

TOPICS TO DEVELOP:

 Verb “have”
 Adjectives
 Vocabulary
 Expressions “here” “there”

He has the whole world in his hands He has you and me, brother, in his hands,
He has the whole world in his hands He has the whole world in his hands.
He has the whole world in his hands has the sun and rain in his hands
He has the whole world in his hands. He has the moon and stars in his hands
He has the wind and clouds In his hands
He has the little, little baby in his hands, He has the whole world in his hands
He has the little, little baby in his hands,
He has the little, little baby in his hands, He has the rivers and mountains in his hands
He has the whole world in his hands. He has the oceans and seas in his hands
He has you and me, brother in his hands
He has you and me, brother, in his hands, He has the whole world in his hands
He has you and me, sister, in his hands,
He has everyone here, in his hands He has everyone here, in his hands
He has everyone there, in his hands He has the whole world in his hands

ACTIVITIES

 Try to draw as the example in the other side of the page


 Paint it as you prefer

RICE WITH MILK

TOPICS TO DEVELOP:

 Present tense
 Vocabulary

ALL GIRL

Cold rice for supper I’m a maiden,


With sugar and milk the child of a king
I’ll marry a maiden I want a fine husband
With dresses of silk And gold wedding ring

She knows how to mend With you sir: yes!


She knows how to sew With you sir: No!
She learned to knit stockings With you to the altar
A long time ago I gladly will go
A long a long, a long time ago A long a long, a long time ago
A long time ago, a long time A long time ago, a long time ago
ago
ACTIVITIES

 In a table organize the verbs, subjects, adjectives


and connectors to reorganize the song
 Decorate the drawing using natural materials (flowers, plants...)

Manizales, 2.001-2.002-2.003-2.004-2.005- 2.006

La imaginación es un mágico regalo , con ella nosotros podemos viajar alrededor de todo el mundo y

cambiar muchas cosas que no podemos transformar en nuestra vida cotidiana real, pero en nuestra

cultura lamentablemente no la estamos cultivando y estimulando día a día a través de acciones sencillas

que lleven al niño, adolescente, estudiante a enfrentarse a situaciones que la requieran, así es que

vamos perdiendo esperanza, autoestima, creatividad a la vez que evitamos proyectarlos a un mundo

mejor.

La música puede ser una manera de pintar el mundo de diferentes colores, disfrutar, compartir con

otros nuestros sentimientos, retar nuestro ingenio y creatividad y por supuesto acercarnos culturalmente

con lo nuestro y con otros escenarios .


Si nuestro salón de clase abre sus puertas a las artes en general, nuestros estudiantes disfrutarán más

de cada encuentro cotidiano, ensancharán sus fronteras culturales, se permitirán soñar, ir desde los

más profundos sentimientos hasta su sencilla expresión embellecida por nuevos puentes comunicativos,

ésta invitación es en realidad a “ vivir nuestra cotidianidad simplemente a través de otros códigos

lingüísticos como el INGLÉS “ , porque el ser humano no cambia sus sentimientos, pensamientos y

deseos ni las cosas adoptan otras significaciones, ellas siempre “permanecerán” , lo único que varía es

su designación.

Bienvenidos a “ LA ENSEÑANZA DEL INGLÉS CON UN TOQUE MÁGICO” llamado ARTE.


ARE YOU SLEEPING

Are you sleeping?


Are you sleeping?
Brother John, Brother John
Dinning bells are ringing
Dinning bells are ringing
Ding-dong-dang

Frere Jacques, frere Jacques


Dormez vous, dormez vous
Sonnent les matines,
sonnent les matines
ding dong dang ( 2 )
Campanero, campanero
Duerme ya , duerme ya
Suenan las campanas,
Suenan las campanas
ding, dong, dang (2)
GOOD MORNING
Good morning to you
Good morning to you
Good morning my children
Good morning to you
BINGO

There was a farmer had a dog


And BINGO was its name , oh
Bingo was it’s name oh
B-I-N-G-O (3 times)
And a bingo was its name ,oh

Then we change each letter for a clap


YELLOW SUBMARINE

In the town / where I was born


Lived a man / who sailed to sea
And he told / us of his life
In the land / of submarines
So we sailed / up to the sun
Till we found / the sea of green
And we live / beneath the waves
In our yellow / submarine

Refrain
We all live
In a yellow submarine
( 3 times)

In the town where I was born


Lived a man / who sailed to sea
And he told / us of his life
In the land / of submarines
As we live / a life of ease
Everyone of us has all we need
Sky of blue / and sea of green
In our yellow / submarine
WHERE IS THUMBKEY? Where is middle man?
Where is thumbkey?
Where is thumbkey? Where is middle man?
here I am, here I am, here I am, here I am,
How are you today sir? How are you today sir?
Very well and thank you Very well and thank you
run away, run away. run away, run away
Where is pointer?
Where is pointer?
here I am, here I am,
How are you today sir?
Very well and thank you
run away, run away.
where is lazy man? Very well and thank you
run away, run away.
Where is lazy man?
here I am, here I am,
How are you today sir?
Very well and thank you Where ´s the family?
run away, run away.
Where ´s the family?
Where is pinkey? Here we are, here we are
How are you today ?
Where is pinkey? Very well and thank you
here I am, here I am, run away, run away.
How are you today sir?
HEAD AND SHOULDERS
Head and shoulders
knees and toes (bis)
head and shoulders
knees and toes
Eyes and ears
And mouth and nose
Head and shoulders
knees and toes
knees and toes.
THE BEAR WENT OVER THE MOUNTAIN
The bear went over the mountain,
The bear went over the mountain,
The bear went over the mountain,
To see what he could see
To see what he could see
To see what he could see

The other side of the mountain


The other side of the mountain
The other side of the mountain

Was all that he could see


Was all that he could see
Was all that he could see
GOOD BYE

It’s a time to say good bye


All of our company
G-O-O-D B-Y-E
TEN LITTLE INDIANS
One little, two little, three little Indians, four little, five little, six little Indians, seven little, eight little, nine little Indians, ten
little Indians boys.

Ten little, nine little, eight little indians


Seven little, six little, five little indians
Four little, three little, two little indians
ONE LIITLE INDIAN CHILD
I´D LIKE TO TEACH THE WORLD TO SING
I´d like to build the world a
Home
And furnish it with love,
Grow apple trees and honey bees and snow-white turtledoves.
I´d like to teach the world to Sing in perfect harmony
I´d like to hold it in my arms
and keep it company.
It’s the real thing
What the world wants today
That’s the way it will stay with the real thing.
It’s the real thing
Won’t you hear what I say?
What the world needs today
Is the real thing!
I´d like to see the world for once
All standing hand in hand
And hear them echo through the hills for peace throughout the land
It’s the real thing …

I´d like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony,


A song of peace that echoes on, and never goes away.

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