SK Y1 Unit 21 Page 94
Focus: Listening and speaking
1.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able
to pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct stress, rhythm and intonation.
1.1.3 Able to listen to, say aloud and recite rhymes or sing songs
1.1.4 Able to talk about a stimulus with guidance.
By the end of the lesson, children should be able to:
a) Play the “What is the shape, Mr Wolf?”
b) Invent an object using different shapes of polystyrene and talk about their invention.
Time: 60 min
Pieces of polystyrene cut in different shapes, multi-purpose glue,
clue cards containing shapes, worksheet.
Lesson Link: http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/word-games/paint-it/shapes
Prepared By: Dayana Nayan
1. Teacher explains to the students how to play “What is the
shape, Mr Wolf?”. This is a game similar to “What is the time,
2. To play this game, teacher asks one student to be Mr Wolf.
Mr Wolf holds a clue card containing a shape. The other
students form a line behind Mr Wolf and ask question.
Ss: What is the shape Mr Wolf? Is it a circle?
Mr Wolf: No, it isn’t.
Ss: Is it a square?
Mr Wolf: No, it isn’t.
Ss: Is it a triangle?
Mr Wolf: Yes, it is (Mr Wolf chases the students. The student who get caught cannot join the line
anymore for the next round).
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3. Teacher divides the students into groups of four.
4. Each group is given a few pieces of polystyrene (different shapes) and a multi-purpose glue.
5. Each group has to invent something using the polystyrene.
6. Each group presents and describes their invention.
7. Teacher can guide the students to present their invention by asking questions.
What is the name of your invention?
What shapes do you use to create it?
How can you use your invention in your daily life?
8. If you have extra time, you can ask the students to try out this game:
9. You don’t have to bring the students to the computer lab. Just let the students hear the instructions
audio from the game, and give them this worksheet:
Alternative for low-tech situation:
10. If you don’t have the projector or speaker in your classroom, you can give the students this
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