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  1. PERCORSO DI LINGUA INGLESE DELLA CLASSE IVdi Letizia Carpini ENGLISH AND ITALIAN RULES

  2. Comandi e divieti in famiglia Itinerario bilingue: Italiano/Inglese di Letizia Carpini • Percorso di riferimento in italiano: Il rispetto delle regole….fra tradimenti e lealtà, M. Piscitelli, in Proposte sul curricolo verticale, M. Piscitelli, I. Casagllia. B. Piochi, Napoli, Tecnodid, 2007

  3. COMANDI E DIVIETI IN FAMIGLIA • Attraverso le units del libro di testo (MINI MEGA PIXIE) e brevi storie vengono riproposti i contenuti della casa, del cibo e della famiglia. Si utilizzano alcuni dialoghi che si riferiscono a precise situazioni familiari, per tentare rielaborazioni personali. Dinner time è la prima situazione considerata. • Ogni alunno è invitato a ricostruire questa situazione in modo personale. Si pongono le domande guida che siamo abituati ad utilizzare per ricostruire le situazioni di comunicazione: WHERE, WHEN, WHO, WHAT … Quando tutto ciò è stato fatto, in parte collettivamente, in parte individualmente con materiale preparato e facilitato, gli alunni devono narrare il loro DINNER TIME. Per fare questo necessitano però di qualche modello. L’insegnante narra pertanto il suo DINNER TIME. • Come testo di appoggio si utilizza A MAD TEA PARTY, un breve capitolo riadattato di ALICE IN WONDERLAND di L. Carrol. Il testo viene proposto a piccoli passi, ognuno dei quali viene rappresentato con un disegno, raccontato con le proprie parole, drammatizzato. Si mettono in evidenza i personaggi, le loro caratteristiche principali, le parole che essi dicono, i comandi ed i divieti pronunciati. Le attività di comprensione e di rielaborazione permettono anche di riflettere sull’uso dei pronomi personali, degli aggettivi qualificativi, del modo imperativo positivo e negativo, di consolidare il verbo essere e avere. • Alla fine, sulla falsariga del capitolo di Alice analizzato, viene inventata una nuova storia.

  4. LA NARRAZIONE DI STORIE FACILITA L’APPRENDIMENTO DELLA LINGUA STRANIERA CREANDO UN COINVOLGIMENTO EMOTIVO. LA NARRAZIONE DI STORIE E’ … • Drammatizzazione. Lo sperimentare con il corpo le varie situazioni offerte dalla storia appare una strategia accattivante ed efficace all’apprendimento. • Apertura all’immaginario. • Utilizzo di più linguaggi che si integrano: quello delle immagini, accompagnato da quello dei suoni, rumori, parole, che veicolano significati.

  5. DINNER TIME DINNER TIME

  6. GUESS WHERE VIENE COSTRUITO UN GIOCO PER CONSOLIDARE IL LESSICO RELATIVO ALLA CASA, PROMUOVERE UN ESERCITAZIONE PIU’ ACCATTIVANTE DELLA LINGUA ORALE.

  7. A QUESTO PUNTO SI RICOSTRUISCE LA SITUAZIONE IN CASA QUANDO SI AVVICINA L’ORA DI CENA.LO FACCIAMO ATTRAVERSO DOMANDE :WHO IS AT HOME?WHERE ARE THEY?WHAT ARE THEY DOING?WHAT ARE THEY SAYING?

  8. Where are they? My dad is in the garden. My mother is in the garden. My brother is in the living room. My grandmother is in the kitchen. My grandgrandmother is in the living room. What are they doing? My dad is arriving at home. My mother is arriving at home. My brother is playing games. My grandmother is cooking. My grandgrandmother is watching TV.

  9. What are they saying?My father:- Hello , how are you? What about the school?- Dinner is ready in a few minutes!- Be silent! I want to hear the news!

  10. My mother : -Dinner is ready!- Come on!- Stop playing games!- Stop laughing!- How do you want your pasta?- Don’t be silly!- Don’t watch TV!- Eat everything!- Don’t touch food with your finger!- Can you give me the water?

  11. Me:- Can you give me a piece of cheese?- I don’t want to eat!- I’m not hungry!- It’s very good!- I don’t like it!

  12. NOW WE TELL THE STORYWHEN WHERE WHO WHATDinner time at Letizia’sIn the evening, at dinner time, I’m at home together with my daughters Francesca and Alessandra.Alessandra is in her bedroom and she is watching TV.Francesca is in the living room and she is playing her flute.I’m in the kitchen and I’m cooking.Dad is arriving.When dinner is ready I say:- Stop playing, stop watching TV!Dinner is ready.Wash your hands and come!Francesca says:- Just a moment!Alessandra:- I’m not hungry!Then I repeat:- Come immediately!Francesca:- What’s for dinner?Me:- Pasta, chicken and chips!Alessandra:- YuK, I don’t like it!Francesca:- Yum, I love chips!Dad:- Francesca, do’t touch everithing with your fingers!

  13. A questo punto i bambini raccontano la loro cena.DINNER TIME AT ALESSIA’SWHO IS AT HOME?WHERE ARE THEY?WHAT ARE THEY DOING?WHAT ARE THEY SAYING?

  14. COME IMMEDIATELY! Wash your hands! Use your fork! Close your mouth! Don’t be silly! Don’t touch everything with your fingers! Stop watchingTV! DON’T COME IMMEDIATELY! Don’t wash your hands! Don’t use your fork! Don’t close your mouth! Be silly! Touch everything! Don’t stop watchingTV! PLAY WITH RULESFIND THE OPPOSITE

  15. RIGHT RULES COME IMMEDIATELY! Wash your hands! Use your fork! Close your mouth! Don’t be silly! Don’t touch everything with your fingers! Stop watchingTV CRAZY RULES Wash your feet! Use your hands! Open your mouth! …

  16. FOOD

  17. STORYTIME JEMIMAH’SWEEK

  18. On Monday, Jemimah goes to the shop and buys a packet of peanuts.

  19. On Tuesday, Jemimah goes to the shop and buys a bar of chocolate.

  20. On Wednesday, Jemimah goes to the shop and buys a packet of crisps.

  21. 4 On Thursday, Jemimah goes to the shop and buys a bag of sweets.

  22. On Friday, Jemimah goes to the shop and buys a packet of biscuits.

  23. On Saturday, Jemimah goes to the shop and buys a tub of ice-cream.

  24. 7 On Sunday, The shop is closed. Jemimah eats a packet of peanuts, a bar of chocolate, a packet of crisps, a bag of sweets, a packet of biscuits and a tub of ice-cream …

  25. 8 and on Sunday afternoon she is sick.

  26. Lewis Carrol Alice in wonderland

  27. It is a hot summer day. Alice is sitting near the river with her sister. Her sister is reading a book. Alice is bored and sleepy.

  28. Suddenly a white rabbit comes out of a bush. He is running and Alice hears him saying:- I’m late! I’m late! Suddenly the rabbit disappears into a large hole in the ground. Alice follows him and falls into a very deep well.

  29. Alice follows the path and arrives near a little house. In the garden there is a table, set with many places. In the middle of the table there is a teapot. There are bread, butter and jam. The Mad Hatter and March Hare are having tea and a dormouse is sleeping between them.

  30. When the Mad Hatter sees Alice, he cries: - There’s no place! Go away!-There’s a lot of place – says Alice, and she sits down at an empty place.- Would you like a glass of wine?- asks the March Hare.- I can’t see any wine – says Alice.- You are right, there is no wine here – says the Hare.- That is not very nice of you- says Alice.The dormouse opens one eye and says: - - They are mad – then he falls asleep again.

  31. What time is it?- asks Alice. It’s always six o’clock – says the Mad Hatter, looking at his watch. For me it is always tea time! Then he puts his watch into a cup of tea.

  32. Why don’t you tell a story?- the March Hare asks Alice. That’s a good idea! Let me see… answers Alice. But the dormouse says:- I will tell a story! Once upon a time …- starts the dormouse, then he falls asleep again. I am tired of these strange people- thinks Alice. She stands up and goes away.

  33. Suddenly Alice starts to grow… Alice, wake up, it’s time to go home! – says a voice sweetly. Alice opens her eyes and sees her sister. Alice rubs her eyes and says:- Oh, what a strange dream!

  34. Suddenly a white rabbit comes out of a bush. • Suddenly a white rabbit comes out of a deep well. • Suddenly a white rabbit comes out of a hole in the ground.

  35. – There’s a lot of place – says Alice and she drinks a cup of tea. – There’s no place – says Alice and she goes away. – There’s a lot of place – says Alice and she sits down at an empty place.

  36. Would you like a cup of tea? – asks the March Hare. • – Would you like a glass of milk? – asks the March Hare. • - Would you like a glass of wine? – asks the March Hare.

  37. – It’s always six o’clock – says the Mad Hatter, looking his watch. – It’s always five o’clock – says the Mad Hatter. – It’s always four o’clock – says the Mad Hatter.

  38. The Mad Hatter puts his hat into a cup of tea. • The Mad Hatter puts his cigarette into a cup of tea. • - The Mad Hatter puts his watch into a cup of tea.

  39. - Alice wakes up and says:- What a strange dream! - Alice wakes and says:- Good morning mum! - Alice wakes up and says:- Where is my bear?

  40. I COMANDI ED I DIVIETI A SCUOLA • Partendo da una breve storia a fumetti riportata dal libro di testo CHATTING IN THE PLAYGROUND, l’insegnante fotografa i bambini durante una lite in giardino durante la ricreazione e nasce una nuova storia: PLAYING AND CHATTING IN THE GARDEN. Prendendo spunto dalla lite e dalla situazione rappresentata dalle foto, ogni alunno enuncia una regola che tutti dovrebbero rispettare durante il momento del gioco in giardino. Lo stesso viene fatto per quanto riguarda il momento del lavoro in classe.

  41. I COMANDI ED I DIVIETI INTORNO A NOI • L’insegnante mostra alcuni cartelli che riportano regolamenti assai diffusi in ogni paese: NO SMOKING, TAKE YOUR RUBBISH HOME, DON’T LEAN OUT OF THE WINDOW, DON’T WALK, WALK, SILENCE,… • Volendo contestualizzare in modo particolare il NO SMOKING in modo simpatico, l’insegnante fa vedere agli alunni un cartone animato della serie dei Simpson, SMOKE ON THE DAUGHTER. Il cartone all’inizio visto per intero e poi attraverso pochi pezzettini selezionati è stato apprezzato. I lavori proposti sono stati i seguenti: comprensione globale attraverso una prima visione, individuazione dei personaggi principali ed una loro essenziale descrizione, focalizzazione su alcuni momenti, sui dialoghi espressi, sul loro significato, sugli effetti comici di alcune parole o situazioni.