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10.Write about your opinion of the ideas and events expressed in lyrics. Write about how you feel when you listen to this song. 11.Independet project-individuals, groups. A. Research the history or cultural setting of a song. Students can write their findings in a report and present this orally of the class. B. Students can record a song of their choice. They transcribe the lyrics, then teach the song to the class.
6.Focus on vocabulary Learn new words in context. Paraphrase lines with new words. Find synonyms and antonyms for new words. Learn collocations. 7.Focus on Grammar Practice new grammar points Learn word order, nouns, articles, prepositions, etc. 8.Draw a picture of the song story. Draw hero this song makes you feel. Draw pictures of the sequence of events or lines. 9.Discuss feelings and attitudes toward ideas and events in lyrics.
Before listening 1. Predict what the song can be about 2. Answer before questions 3. Do lexical exercises 4. Find key words While listening 1. Watch video (pictures) 2. Fill in the gaps 3. Guess unknown words 4. Answer the questions 5. True or false
After listening 1.Fill in the blanks-while listening and without it e.g. “She’ll – coming round the mountain ____ she _____” 2.Put lines in correct sequence. 3.Find the errors and correct .Use typical S errors e.g. “She’ll be coming round the mountain when she will come.” 4.Dictation Write the missing lines. Finish the line. Transcribe the story(good group activity) 5.Create your own verse (whole class or group)
Why use songs to teach English? They are fun, they bring variety to your lesson. They are relaxing, they create healthy environment for learning. They help to achieve maximum. Everyone participates, even weaker and shy. Students can practice listening ,grammar, new vocabulary, phonetic in songs. Songs provide cultural information. Songs can be good discussion starters. Songs can lead to an interesting writing activity.