- Play the recording again, pausing after each sentence.
- Have the students repeat the sentences they hear.
- If necessary, drill each sentence to clarify the pronunciation.
Audioscript: Listen and circle the word you hear in each sentence.
1 I can’t fill that.
2 Where are the beans?
3 Can you heat this for me?
4 She always seems to be slipping.
5 You can pick now.
6 Where do you want me to sit?
7 I’m not sure if I could leave here.
8 Is the peach ok?
- Ask the students to look at the chart.
- Play the first two words on the recording.
- Make sure students can distinguish between the two words – at this stage you might want to drill the words with your students.
- Play the rest of the recording and get students to write the words they hear in the correct column.
- Put students in pairs and have them check together.
- Play the recording again.
- Check in pairs and then as a class.
- Finally, students practise saying each word.
- Ask the students to read the chant while you play the recording.
- Play the recording again, stopping after each line and ask students to repeat what they hear.
- Ask students to say the chant.
- Play the recording again with the students saying it at the same time.
Audioscript:Jilly’s a cheeky chick.I love her green eyes and her grin.Jim’s feet still fit his shoes.And Billy’s always sleeping.
Noughts and Crosses
- Play Noughts and Crosses. Draw the following grid on the board:
- Put students into 2 teams – Noughts and Crosses.
- One team starts by coming up to the board, pointing to a phoneme and saying a word with that sound in.
- If they are correct, they put their symbol in the box.
- Then the other team take their turn.
- The aim of the game is to make a row of three boxes. The team that can make a row first wins.