Songs & Rhymes & Chants

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Songs & Rhymes & Chants

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Questions 1.     Why is it important to use songs, rhymes and chants as a linguistic resource in TEVYL? 2.     Define nursery rhymes 3.     Name at least 4 language learning purposes of games. 4.     Name at least two choosing rhymes. 5.     Name at least two clapping rhymes. 6.     When and how to use songs, rhymes and chants 7. Why should we use songs and rhymes as a linguistic resource? 8. Name 3 pronunciation benefits of using songs, rhymes and chants. 9.   Name and explain briefly the two main types of games in terms of language learning. 10.   Explain briefly the language learning purposes of games.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv9OltGdzw4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsUKHBziqGI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6U8-cdbfm14 https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijxRuVE4gWo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAYwoLZso7s#t=22 It is important to remember that jazz chanting is not like rapping, nursery rhymes, or songs, which distort the spoken language for poetic effect. The rhythms, stress and intonation pattern of the chant should be an exact replica of what the student would hear from an educated native speaker in natural conversation .

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Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. When the blazing sun is gone, When he nothing shines upon, Then you show your little light, Twinkle, twinkle, all the night. Then the traveler in the dark, Thanks you for your tiny spark, He could not see which way to go, If you did not twinkle so. In the dark blue sky you keep, And often through my curtains peep, For you never shut your eye, Till the sun is in the sky. As your bright and tiny spark, Lights the traveler in the dark. Though I know not what you are, Twinkle, twinkle, little star.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbhF943skmI

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sy0YBMqe3rA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnK-QnIRRkg

London Bridge is falling down:

London Bridge is falling down  London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down  London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady   Build it up with wood and clay, wood and clay, wood and clay  Build it up with wood and clay, my fair lady   Wood and clay will wash away, wash away, wash away  Wood and clay will wash away, my fair lady   Build it up with bricks and mortar, bricks and mortar, bricks and mortar  Build it up with bricks and mortar, my fair lady   Bricks and mortar will not stay, will not stay, will not stay  Bricks and mortar will not stay, my fair lady   Build it up with silver and gold,  Build it up with silver and gold, my fair lady

The Mulberry Bush:

The Mulberry Bush Here we go round the Mulberry bush, the Mulberry bush the mulberry bush, here we go round the mulberry bush early in the morning This is the way you wash your face, wash your face, wash your face this is the way you wash your face, every Monday morning wash, wash, wash your face (repeat) This is the way you brush your teeh , brush your teeth, brush your teeth this is the way you brush your teeth, every Tuesday morning brush, brush, brush your teeth (repeat) This is the way you comb your hair, comb your hair, comb your hair This is the way you comb your hair, every Wednesday morning comb, comb, comb your hair (repeat) This is the way you take a bath, take a bath, take a bath this is the way you take a bath every Thursday morning take, take, take a bath (repeat) This is the way you go to school, go to school, go to school this is the way you go to school, every Friday morning go, go, go to school (repeat) This is the way you read a book, read a book, read a book This is the way you read a book, every Saturday morning read, read, read a book (repeat)

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http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/print_and_do.html http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/themes.html The Colours of Winter http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_813.html The Reindeer Pokey http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_249.html Five Little Bears http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_51.html

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Inky , pinky , ponky , Daddy bought a Donkey Donkey died , Daddy cried , Inky , pinky , ponky . Eeny meeny mimy moe , Catch a tiger by the toe, If he hollers , let him go , Eeny meeny miny moe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDjOeb7xEy4

Arch or catching songs::

Arch or catching songs : ORANGES & LEMONS Oranges and lemons, say the bells of St. Clement’s ; You owe me five farthings, say the bells of St. Martin’s; When will you pay me? say the bells of Old Bailey; When I grow rich, say the bells of Shoreditch ; When will that be? say the bells of Stepney ; I do not know, says the great bell of Bow; Here comes a candle to light you to bed, and here comes a chopper to chop off your head: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc. ARCH SONG

Clapping rhymes::

Clapping rhymes: There was a farmer had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o. B-I-N-G-O! B-I-N-G-O! B-I-N-G-O! And Bingo was his name-o! There was a farmer had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o. (Clap)-I-N-G-O! (Clap)-I-N-G-O! (Clap)-I-N-G-O! And Bingo was his name-o! There was a farmer had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o. (Clap, clap)-N-G-O! (Clap, clap)-N-G-O! (Clap, clap)-N-G-O!  And Bingo was his name-o! There was a farmer had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o. (Clap, clap, clap)-G-O! (Clap, clap, clap)-G-O! (Clap, clap, clap)-G-O! And Bingo was his name-o! There was a farmer had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o. (Clap, clap, clap, clap)-O! (Clap, clap, clap, clap)-O! (Clap, clap, clap, clap)-O! And Bingo was his name-o! There was a farmer had a dog, And Bingo was his name-o. (Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap) (Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap) (Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap) And Bingo was his name-o! CLAPPING SONG

Clapping rhymes::

Clapping rhymes: A sailor went to sea sea sea To see what he could see see see But all that he could see see see Was the bottom of the deep blue sea sea sea ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker’s man; Bake me a cake as fast as you can; Roll it and pat it and mark it with B, and put it in the oven for Baby and me :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: One two three together up together down together back side knees together Boom! CLAPPING SONGS

ACTION rhymes::

ACTION rhymes: I'm a little teapot, short and stout Here is my handle  (one hand on hip), here is my spout  (other arm out straight) When I get all steamed up, hear me shout Just tip me over and pour me out ! (As song ends, lean over and tip arm out like a spout.) I'm a clever teapot, yes it's true Here's an example of what I can do I can change my handle to my spout (Switch arm positions and repeat tipping motion.) Just tip me over and pour me out. ACTION SONGS

ONLINE RESOURCES:

ONLINE RESOURCES http://esl-kids.com/eslgames/eslgames.html http://www.eslkidstuff.com/esl-kids-games/action-games.htm#.Vp6H_yrhDWI http://www.brighthubeducation.com/preschool-crafts-activities/38384-five-outdoor-movement-game http://busyteacher.org/6824-what-you-can-do-with-a-ball-7-fun-esl-games.htmls-and-activities-for-preschool/ Search the Internet to find more TEFL/TESL games resources for VYL

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Why to use rhymes?:

Why to use rhymes? They are an alternative to the use of graded readers. They have been successfully used in Primary and Pre-Primary schools. They have a long tradition in English speaking countries.

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It’s raining, It’s pouring, The old man’s snoring; He went to bed, And bumped his head, And couldn’t get up in the morning.

The Incy Wincy Spider:

The Incy Wincy Spider

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Oh, The Grand Old Duke of York He had ten thousand men he marched them up to the top of the hill and he marched them down again. And when they were up, they were up. And when they were down, they were down. And when they were half way up, they were neither up nor down.

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We can find a lot of these short poems . For instance , Agatha Christie based many of her novels in them , such as "Ten Little Niggers " , " The Crooked House ", "A Pocketful of Rye ", " Three Blind Mice " , etc. There was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile; He found a crooked sixpence against a crooked stile; He brought a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse, And they all lived together in a little crooked house. http://youtu.be/fqFDexLdlUo

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Humpty Dumpty , the egg that fell from the wall, is well known by all of the English speakers. Humpty-Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty-Dumpty had a great fall. All the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty together again. http://youtu.be/9fExzr4oa7w

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Rhymes can be used at any moment in the teaching process , since they can give rise to a great number of different activities on : Pronuciation Vocabulary Grammar structures

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Solomon Grundy, Born on Monday, Christened on Tuesday, Married on Wednesday, Sick on Thursday, Worse on Friday, Died on Saturday, Buried on Sunday. And that was the end Of Solomon Grundy.

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THE TRAGICAL DEATH OF A, APPLE-PIE, WHO WAS CUT IN PIECES AND EATEN BY TWENTY-FIVE GENTLEMEN WITH WHOM ALL LITTLE PEOPLE OUGHT TO BE VERY WELL ACQUAINTED. A was an apple-pie, B bit it C cut it D dealt it E ate it F fought for it G got it H had it I inked it J joined it K kept it L longed for it M mourned for it N nodded at it O opened it P peeped in it Q quartered it R ran for it S stole it T took it U upset it V viewed it W wanted it X Y Z and ampersand (&) All wished for a piece in the hand. ( Dated in 1671)

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One, two, three, four, five, Once I caught a fish alive Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Then I let it go again. Why did you let it go? Because it bit my finger so. Which finger did it bite? This little finger on the right.

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This is the house that Jack built. This is the malt that lay in the house that Jack built This is the rat that ate the malt... This is the cat that killed the rat... This is the dog that worried the cat... This is the cow with the crumpled horn that tossed the dog... This is the maiden all forlorn, that milked the cow... This is the man all tattered and torn that kissed the lady... This the cock, that crowed in the morn, That woke the priest all shaven and shorn, That married the man all tattered and torn, That kissed the maiden all forlorn, That milked the cow with the twisted horn That tossed the dog That chased the cat That killed the rat That ate the malt That lay in the house that Jack built.

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What runs about all day and lies under the bed at night? What is black and white and /red/ all over? What grows bigger the more you take from it? What walks on four legs in the morning, two at noon and three in the evening? The man who made it did not want it. The man who bought it did not use it. The man who used it did not know it. What kind of can never needs a can- opener ? Here on Earth it’s always true, that a day follows a day. But there is a place where yesterday always follows today! I am always hungry, I must always be fed. The finger I lick will soon turn red.

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The dog The traditional answer, which relies upon the fact that the words "red" and "read" are homophones, is: A newspaper A hole. Man. He crawls on all hands and knees as a baby, walks on two legs as an adult, and walks using a cane in his old age. Of course morning, noon, and night are metaphors for the times in a man's (person's) life. Such metaphors are common in riddles. A wooden coffin . The man who made it did not want it because he was not dead and did not want to be. The man who bought it also was not dead in other words he did not need it. And the man who used it is dead so he obviously cannot know that he is using it because..well he is dead! A peli can. A dictionary A fire

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My love is like a cabbage divided into two The leaves I give to others but the heart I give to you. Plenty of love Tons of kisses Hope some day To be your Mrs. Postman, postman, do your duty Take this to my loving beauty. Postman, postman, do not tarry take this to the one I'll marry

The Colours of Winter http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_813.html The Reindeer Pokey http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_249.html http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_51.html :

The Colours of Winter http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_813.html The Reindeer Pokey http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_249.html http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/Page_51.html

http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/print_and_do.html http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/themes.html :

http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/print_and_do.html http://www.nurseryrhymes4u.com/NURSERY_RHYMES/themes.html

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