# Tuvalu/English

TOPIC: LISTENING TO A PASSAGE FROM MANUMANU’S CANOE.

Lesson 1: 40 minutes.  Aim

Students should be able to :

   * Acquire English language skills of listening to help improve their speaking, reading and writing in the same language
* Develop English skills central to learning other school subjects


 Objective 1

Students should be able to listen to oral directions and instructions in English for completing given exercises/activities in the same language.  Outcomes

Students should be able to:

   * Listen and follow closely the oral instructions for the required activities that follow
* identify the main points in the passage after the second reading
* Write down the answers from the passage for the oral questions
* Ask questions and discuss their mistakes with their teachers
* Correct all their mistakes after discussing them with their teachers or groups


 Resources Needed/References

For the teacher:

  1. A one page Summary of Manumanu’s canoe by ……..
2. A list of questions and their answers


Pupils:

  1. Exercise book and a blue or black pen.


 Evaluation

Level 1 - if all answers are correct Level 2 - one mistake Level 3 - two mistakes<br Level 4 - three or more mistakes<br

English

# Topic:

Self Introduction

# Aim:

Students should have confidence in introducing themselves in English

# Objective:

To enable the students introduce themselves to other students using English language

# Resources:

flash cards, posters, vennguard sheets, vocabulary list

40 minutes

# Activities:

## step 1:

Each student orally introduces himself or herself. For example My name is Valisi. My father's name is Tovia. My mother's name is Tina. I stay at Fakaifou village. My home island is Nufetau. I have six sisters and one brother.

## step 2:

Each student writes sentences to introduce himself or herself

## step 3

Students work in groups of six students per group. They practise the self introduction concept by introducing themselves to each other in the group, and then they write the sentences down in the charts for classroom display so that other students in the class can read the charts and know more about each other.

## Assessment and Evaluaton

Teacher facilitates each activity and then provide some positive feedbacks on the students' oral and written sentences about themselves.