双色球开奖号码 www.nsjl.net Skidamarink-a-ding-a-ding Skidamarink-a-doo. I love you.
Skidamarink-a-ding-a-ding Skidamarink-a-doo. I love you.
I love you in the morning and in the afternoon.
I love you in the evening and underneath the moon.
Oh skidamarink-a-ding-a-ding skidamarink-a-doo. I love you.
Teaching prop: tape recorder, flashcards
Aims and demands:
1.Enable kids to read the words: Skidamarink, morning ,afternoon, evening, moon.
2. Enable kids to say I love you to those who love him or her
3. Enable kids to sing the song with body language.
1. Warm up
Greet to the pupils with the song good morning/afternoon.
2. Free talk
How many people are there in your family?
Who are they?
Review the words with flashcards: family, grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, brother, sister; morning afternoon evening, etc.
Next, let them try to say I love my mother/father, I love you.
Show the song with body language, the kids just listen and watch.
Practice the following words with TPR, Skidamarink, morning, afternoon, evening, underneath the moon. And then, Lead the kids to sing the song slowly without action. And next, sing it one more time, quicker, with action.
1) Sing together with the tape. Better with action.
2) Sing in pairs, try to say I love you to each other.
3) Ask volunteers to sing with paper micphone.
Sing it with hand beating.
Sing it to mama and papa after school.