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You will survive tips on teaching with songs

YOU WILL SURVIVE!TipsonTeachingwithSongs


Www transparent com

www.transparent.com


S tore forumdeidiomas com br

store.forumdeidiomas.com.br


References

References


1 crossword puzzle

1. Crossword Puzzle

At ___ (1) I wasafraid, I waspretrified

Keptthinking I ___ (2) neverlivewithoutyoubymyside

Butthen I spentsomany ___ (3), thinkinghowyoudid me ____ (4)

I grewstrong, I learnedhowtogetalong.

1 - ..., second, third, fourth

2 – Past tense of “can”

3 – Partofthedaywhenit’sdark (plural)

4 – Ifyou’renotright, you’re ...


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

  • Workindividuallyor in pairs.

  • Hand out theactivitysheet.

  • Set time.

  • Studentstrytofind out whatthewords are. (Dictionariesallowed.)

  • Play thesong. (once)

  • Studentscorrect in pairsorgroups (teacher helps).

  • Play songagain.

  • Andsing! (ornot!)


2 the e mail

2. The e-mail!


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

“Mark, I havetotellyousomethingandif I don’t I thinkI’ll die.

At first I wasafraid, really, I waspetrified. I keptthinkingthat I couldnever, ever, livewithoutyoubymyside. I spentsomanynightsthinkinghowyoudid me wrong. I grewstrongand, it wasnoteasy, butI learnedhowtogetalong.

It was hard and it tookallthestrength I hadso I wouldn’ttofall apart. Don’tthinkI’m a drama queen, but I triedvery hard tomendthepiecesofmybrokenheart...”


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

  • Pre-readingactivities (discussion? pre-teachvocabulary?)

  • Questionsafterreadingtheemail

  • How do youthinkthepersonwhowrotethis e-e-mail is feeling? / etc

  • Play song / video.

  • Post-reading/listening – discussion? writing?

  • Optional: providefulllyrics.


3 translation

3. Translation

And so you're … (1) from outer space.I just walked in to find you … (2)With that … (3) look upon your face.I should've changed that stupid … (4),I should've made you … (5) your … (6),If I had known, for just one … (7),You'd be back to … (8) me.

aqui – chave – de volta – deixar – fechadura – incomodar – segundo – triste


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

  • Use for words / expressionsyou’dliketoreview.

  • Havestudentstryandfill in theblankswiththewordsfromthelistusingthecontext.

  • Play thesong.

  • Studentscorrent in pairsorgroup.

  • Readthelyricsandprovidetherightanswer.

  • Play thesongagain

  • Follow-up: ?


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

At first, I was afraid ( )

I was petrified. ( )

Kept thinkin' I could never live ( )

Without you by my side, ( )

But then I spent so many nights ( )

Thinkin' how you did me wrong. ( )

And I grew strong ( )

And I learned how to get along. ( )

a – Semvocê do meulado

b – E eufiquei forte

c – No início, euestava com medo

d – Mas entãopasseitantasnoites

e – Pensando no quantovocê me fez mal

f – Euestavaapavorada

g – Ficavapensandoquenãopoderiaviver

h – E euaprendi a me virar


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

At first, I was afraid, I was petrified. Kept thinkin' I could never live without you by my side. But then I spent so many nights thinkin' how you did me wrong. And I grew strong. And I learned how to get along.

No início, estava ___ (1), euestavaapavorada. Ficava ___ (2)quenãopoderiaviversemvocê do meu ___ (3). Mas entãopassei ___ (4)noitespensando no quantovocê me fez ___ (5). Eufiquei forte e ___ (6) a me virar.


4 grammar

4. Grammar

Simple Past Tense

At first, I … (be) afraid, I … (be) petrified.… (keep) thinkin' I … (can) never liveWithout you by my side,But then I … (spend) so many nightsThinkin' how you … (do) me wrong.And I … (grow) strongAnd I … (learn) how to get along.


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

  • Aim: practicepast tense forms

  • Askstudentstoreadthelyricsandprovidethecorrectsimplepastformoftheverbs in parentheses.

  • Play thesong.

  • Studentscheckanswers in pairs/ groups.

  • Teacher plays thesongagainandstopsateachpast tense form. Providesrightanswerswhennecessary.

  • Post-listening. Askinformationquestionsusingtheverbs in thesong.


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

Because You Loved Me – Céline Dion

For all those times you stood by me.

For all the truth that you made me see.

For all the joy you brought to my life.

For all the wrong that you made right.

For every dream you made come true.

For all the love I found in you I'll be forever thankful baby.

You're the one who held me up.

Never let me fall.

You're the one who saw me through, through it all.


Luiz ot vio s elt page

Luiz Otávio’s ELT Page

http://www.luizotaviobarros.com/songs/


5 pronunciation

5. Pronunciation


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

At first, I was afraid, I was petrified.

Kept thinkin' I could never live

without you by my side,

But then I spent so many nights

Thinkin' how you did me wrong.

And I grew strong, and I learned how

to get along.

And so you're back from outer space.

I just walked in to find you here with that sad look upon your face.

I should've changed that stupid lock, I should've made you leave your key

If I had known, for just one second, you'd be back to bother me.


6 what s wrong

6. What’swrong?

And so I’m back from outer space.

I just walked out to find you here

With that happy look upon your face.

I should've changed that smart lock,

I should've made you leave your car,

If I had known, for just one minute,

You'd be back to love me.


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

  • Choosemedium-pacedsongs.

  • One “wrong” word in everysentenceortwosentences.

  • Makesurestudentsknowthewordsandexpressionsthey are abouttolistento.

  • Follow-up: ?


7 using pictures what s the song

7. Usingpictures – What’sthesong?


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

I used to rule the world

Seas would rise when I gave the word

Now in the morning I sleep alone

Sweep the streets I used to own

I used to roll the dice

Feel the fear in my enemy's eyes

Listened as the crowd would sing

"Now the old king is dead! Long live the king!"


You will survive tips on teaching with songs

  • Studentsreadthelyricsbeforehand.

  • Scramblepicturessostudentslistentothesongandputthem in order as theylistentotheword/expression.

  • Workwithwordcombinations rulethe world, seasrise, sweepstreets, rollthedice, crowdsing, longlivethe king

  • Follow-up: speaking /writingactivitiesusingpictures.


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