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Teacher: Andy

Class: EP3 Toadstool

Week: 14

Dates: 02/02/15-06/02/15

Sitapatr School

Anuban Weekly Outline

This week we are learning:

Living and Non-Living Things

Circle Time Review

In circle time this week we will dedicate a lot
of our time to practicing the graduation
performance for the students rehearsal on
Friday. The theme of the performance is
growing, and there will be three parts to the
performance a scary beginning, growing
through work, and moving on to new things.
Each section has a short speech in English
and a dance to go with it.

Activity Time
Living and non-living things booklet identifying things that are alive and not
alive, and learning about life processes like growing, eating, drinking etc.
Exploring the school and identifying living and non-living things in the grounds.
Children should find images at home of living and non-living things to make a
Studying how things grow and practicing slow, controlled dances that represent
the growth of plants.
Circle of Life song.
Living and non-living presentation display identification and artwork.
The first week of this subject will be used to introduce the new vocabulary and
check that the students understand the fundamental differences between living
and non-living things. We will explore our school environment and identify the
different living and non-living things within it, comparing them with each other
and examples that we can see in videos and think about from different places.

New (letters/sounds/vocabulary)

P1 Preparation
(T. Mike)

This week in grammar we are

going to do a review of
adjectives, plurals and
a/an. We will do a review for
each topic as a group and on
the board before the students
will copy down and complete
several questions. In each case
they must choose the correct
option within a sentence, e.g.
This is a/an orange. These
are three boxes/boxes.
Attention will be given not
only to using correct grammar
but to spelling, punctuation and
neat handwriting. Corrections
and feedback will be given.

Living, non-living, alive, dead, live, die.

Breath, breathing, air.
Eat, food, drink, water.
Animals, plants and people are living things.
Mountains, buildings etc are non-living things.


This week the students will

continue with body parts in
science. We will play a game
to review body parts and do
some spelling and reading
exercises on the board. We are
then going to discuss what
differences people might have
in their appearance, such as
different hair and eye colour.
Then the class is going to make
a table in their English
notebooks that list various
physical attributes such as hair,

Parent Follow Up / Useful

Websites / Homework:
It would be a great help if parents
can continue this topic at home
by helping students identify the
living and non-living things
around them in the home. There
will also be a homework project
with this unit where students need
to find pictures in magazines at
home any help with this will be
greatly appreciated.