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Title: Teaching English Using Nursery Rhymes and Songs


1
Teaching English Using Nursery Rhymes and Songs
  • Randy P. Lachney
  • December 30th 2009

2
Benefits of using Nursery Rhymes and Songs for
Teaching English
  • Introduces cultural elements of the language.
  • Helps with pronunciation and literacy skills.
  • The format of nursery rhymes and songs is short,
    simple and predictive, making them easy to learn
    and repeat.
  • Nursery rhymes and songs are easy to find and
    cost efficient.

3
References
  • Brown, J. (2006). Rhymes stories and songs in
    the ESL classroom. Internet TESL Journal, 8.
  • Gillespie, M. English pronunciation-Improving
    with Nursery Rhymes. Available online
    http//ezinearticles.com/?English-Pronunciation---
    Improving-With-Nursery-Rhymesid2976426
  • Goswami, U Bryant, P. (1990). Phonological
    Skills and Learning to Read. New York Psychology
    Press, Ltd.

4
Grammatical and Phonological Elements
  • Vocabulary
  • Intonation
  • Sentence Structure
  • Phonics- pre-school children who can identify the
    beginning and end sounds of a word find learning
    to read easier. 

5
Peas Porridge Hot
  • Peas porridge hot,Peas porridge cold,Peas
    porridge in the potNine days old. Some like it
    hot,Some like it cold,Some like it in the
    potNine days old.

6
Phonics
  • Beginning and ending sounds-
  • Peas porridge hot,
  • Peas porridge cold,
  • Peas porridge in the pot
  • Nine days old.
  • Rhymes
  • Peas porridge hot,
  • Peas porridge cold,
  • Peas porridge in the pot
  • Nine days old.

7
Vocabulary
  • peas
  • porridge
  • pot
  • hot
  • cold
  • old

8
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe
  • There was an old woman,Who lived in a shoe She
    had so many children,She didn't know what to
    do.She gave them some broth,Without any
    breadShe whipped them all soundly,And sent
    them to bed

9
Sentence Structure and Patterns
  • There was an old woman.
  • She had so many children.
  • She didnt know what to do.

10
Teaching Elements of Nursery Rhymes
  • Repetition
  • Sentence Structure
  • Themes
  • Objectives and Goals

11
Themes
  • Time- Hickory Dickory Dock
  • Weather and bugs-Itsy Bitsy Spider, Little Miss
    Muffet, Its Raining, its Pouring
  • Cooking- Peas Porridge Hot, Pat- A -Cake
  • Counting-1,2 Buckle my shoe, Ten Little Indians
  • Gardening and plants-Mary Mary Quite Contrary
  • Animal Names-Hey Diddle Diddle, Little Bo Peep,
    Little Boy Blue

12
Itsy Bitsy Spider by grade level
  • 3rd phonics, rhyme patters, finger puppets,
    singing, coloring pages
  • 4th- - phonics, rhyme patterns, finger puppets,
    singing, drawing, weather (sun and rain)
  • 5th phonics, rhyme patterns, puzzles (find the
    water spout), drawing, creative writing ( change
    some words in the song),role plays, weather, arts
    and crafts, recreate the scene through cut-outs
    and poster boards, Readers Theater
  • 6th phonics, rhyme patterns, puzzles, weather,
    creative drawing and writing. Make a new song
    about the itsy bitsy spider, role plays, readers
    theater, weather (scenarios, what is there is a
    typhoon, what would the itsy bitsy spider do?)

13
Sample Lesson- Its Bitsy Spider-3rd Grade
  • Goals
  • Students will use English to sing the song Itsy
    Bitsy Spider.
  • Objectives-
  • Students will repeat the words of the nursery
    rhyme with the teacher.
  • Students will sing the words of the nursery rhyme
    with the teacher.
  • Students will say the words to the song
    individually and in groups.
  • Students will sing the words to the song
    individually and in groups.
  • Students will learn the meaning to the following
    vocabulary words
  • Spider
  • Spout
  • Rain
  • Wash
  • Dry
  • Students will create spider puppets.
  • Students will recreate the nursery rhyme using
    the finger puppets they made.

14
Sample Lesson, contd
  • Materials
  • Nursery Rhyme
  • Computer and or CD Player
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vCwwUb978l_c
  • Pencil and Paper
  • Colors and Markers
  • Construction paper
  • Spider Finger Puppet cut-outs

15
Spider
This is a spider.
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Spout
The spider is going up the spout.
17
Finger Puppet Cut-outshttp//www.dltk-teach.com/t
.asp?bmthttp//www.dltk-kids.com/members/images
/bfingeritsybitsy.gif
18
Resources-Rhymes and Teaching Materials
  • www.zelo.com/family/nursery/
  • http//www3.amherst.edu/rjyanco94/literature/moth
    ergoose/rhymes/menu.html
  • http//www-personal.umich.edu/pfa/dreamhouse/nurs
    ery/rhymes.html
  • www.mothergoose.com/
  • http//www.apples4theteacher.com/mother-goose-nurs
    ery-rhymes/

19
Resources- Books
20
Resources- Books
  • http//www.amazon.com/s/refnb_ss?urlsearch-alias
    3Dapsfield-keywordsmothergoosebooksx11y16

21
Resources- CDs and songs
22
Resources- CDs and Songs
  • http//www.amazon.com/s/refnb_ssc_2_15?urlsearch
    -alias3Dpopularfield-keywordsmothergoosecdsp
    refixmothergoosecd

23
Resources-Games
24
Resources- Games
  • http//www.amazon.com/s/refnb_ss?urlsearch-alias
    3Dtoys-and-gamesfield-keywordsmothergoosex8
    y16

25
Teacher Practice-Directions
  • Six groups of teachers will be assigned a nursery
    rhyme and grade level and create a short lesson
    that includes the following
  • Goals
  • Objectives
  • 3 activities
  • Short assessment

26
Teacher Practice-1
  • Baa, baa, black sheep,Have you any wool?Yes
    sir, yes sir,Three bags full
  • One for my master,One for my dame,And one for
    the little boyThat lives in our lane.

27
Teacher Practice-2
  • Hickory, dickory, dock,The mouse ran up the
    clock.The clock struck one,The mouse ran
    down!Hickory, dickory, dock

28
Teacher Practice-3
  • Little Miss MuffetSat on a tuffet,Eating of
    curds and wheyThere came a big spider,And sat
    down beside her,And frightened Miss Muffet away.

29
Questions and Comments
30
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