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Rhymes 'n Rhythms
출판사: Pro Lingua Associates
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ISBN : 9780866471336
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저자: Lisa Tenuta
쪽수: 68쪽
ISBN 0-86647-133-2

Rhymes 'n Rhythms
A reproducible teachers' resource of 32 Rhymes
by: Lisa Tenuta
Levels:
Beginner to Intermediate. Middle School to Adult.

Rhymes 'n Rhythms includes 32 new and original rhythmic rhymes for reading and saying aloud in the classroom. The rhymes progress from shorter and easier rhymes that focus on questions, places, and time, to longer more lexically challenging topics such as color, clothing, the body, occupations and food.

Pronunciation skills. These Rhymes 'n Rhythms can be used to reinforce vowel sounds. The very regular and rhythmic lines are excellent for working on stress, intonation, reduction, linking and assimilation of individual English sounds.

Most importantly, these rhymes are enjoyable! They are light, catchy and playful. Three actors on the tape bring out the natural rhythms and humor of the verses.

In the text are teaching suggestions and language notes for each rhyme to encourage the teacher to go beyond simple choral work.

Contents

Vowel Key iv

Introduction vii

Basic Procedure ix

A Practice Rhyme x

Part 1: Questions 2
1.1 Questions, Questions 2
1.2 Only Questions, Please 4
1.3 Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How 6
1.4 Questions and Answers 8

Part 2: Places 10
2.1 Around the World 10
2.2 Loads of Languages 12
2.3 Where's My Hat? 14
2.4 In, Out, On, and Off 16
2.5 My Favorite Place 18

Part 3: Time 20
3.1 Around The Clock 20
3.2 Telling Time 22
3.3 Our Day 24

Part 4: Descriptions 26
4.1 Attractive Opposites 26
4.2 Adjectives, Adjectives! 28
4.3 Strange Scenes 30
4.4 Before My Eyes 32
4.5 What's It Like? 34
4.6 The Rainbow 36
4.7 Crazy Clothes 38

Part 5: The Body 40
5.1 Move Your Body 40
5.2 From Head to Toe 42
5.3 Your Eyes to See 44

Part 6: Doing Things 46
6.1 You Can Do Anything 46
6.2 Things I Like to Do 48
6.3 Different Likes 50
6.4 The Things That People Do 52

Part 7: Food 54
7.1 What'll Ya Have? 54
7.2 In a Diner 56
7.3 In a Deli 58
7.4 In a Fancy Restaurant 60
7.5 Another Meal Out 62

A Brief Note on Pronunciation 64

An Index of Grammatical Features and Topics 66

An Index of Vowel Rhymes 67

 

What Teachers Say

Two email notes we received recently from Deborah Shields

1. Subject: Great book!

Dear Pro Lingua folks,
I have a ton of catching up to do from being at the NJTESOL conference this week, but I've been noodling around instead, enjoying Rhymes and Rhythms. What a fun book! I've never been a big Jazz Chants fan, but this stuff I like. I got inspired to rewrite the Questions, Questions poem for a work site class I'm teaching. All of the students are married and have kids, all live in houses and many of them like to garden. They've been having trouble with do and does questions so after we play around with the rhyming, I think I'll have them find the verbs and then tease out that "be" verbs don't use do and does.

QUESTIONS, QUESTIONS

How do you do? And how are you?
I speak English. And do you?
Where are you from? What's your name?
Do you want to play the question game?

What do you like? Do you like books?
Do you like to sing? Do you like to cook?
Do you like fruit juice, coffee or tea?
Do you like to bicycle, swim, or ski?

Do you have children and a spouse?
Do you have pets? Do you live in a house?
Are there sunny rooms and stairs to climb?
Is your house quiet in the daytime?

Do you have a garden? What do you grow?
Is there a lawn with grass to mow?
Are there trees and flowers, too?
Do you have neighbors and a pretty view?

What do you think of the question game?
"Do" and "be" questions are not the same!

Adapted from: "Questions, Questions," in: Tenuta, L. Rhymes and Rhythms. ProLingua Associates,
2001, p. 3.

Thanks for the idea! Now back to those piles, lesson plans, etc.
Debbie Shields

2. Subject: You've ruined me...

Hi Andy,
OK, you guys have totally ruined me :>). I've been noodling around with poems ever since I opened the Rhymes book. Tough on getting work done, but a lot of fun. The poem I sent you earlier was a huge success. First I went over vocabulary and I said it for them. Then I had them say it to the beat several times. I was surprised by how much they liked it. Then I had them pick the questions that they wanted to answer and had them write responses. They want more!

So here's the latest installment, with a list of rhyming words from a rhyming dictionary I have. I'm planning to have them try writing a few verses next week. Thanks again for a great book!

Debbie Shields

DO YOU DANCE?

Do you dance?
Does he dance?
Do cats dance in short pants?

Does she see?
Do bees see?
Do you see the bumblebee?

Does it walk?
Do we walk?
Do dogs walk around the block?

Do they swim?
Does he swim?
Do seals swim and sing a hymn?

Does she dream?
Do cows dream?
Do they dream about ice cream?

Do they write?
Does she write?
Do students write without a light?

Do mice stop?
Do they hop?
Do they stop and take a hop?

Does it fly?
Do they fly?
Do birds fly up in the sky?

Does it stand?
Do trees stand?
Do they stand upon the land?

Does she know?
Do we know?
Do goats know how to mow?

Does he run?
Do tigers run?
Do they run to have some fun?

Does she ask?
Do workers ask?
Do they ask about the task?

SOME WORDS THAT RHYME

grab, crab, taxicab, stab, jab, lab

race, place, lace, face, chase, replace, staircase

stack, snack, rack, lack, back, pack, kayak, attack,
whack

add, bad, dad, mad, pad, sad

drag, nag, snag, bag, flag, tag

rain, strain, plane, brain, drain, pain, plain, train

share, pear, dare, mare, chair, hair, bear, scare, tear,
wear, teddy bear

bake, make, shake, cake, lake, snake, break, steak,
backache, daybreak

mail, sail, pail, nail, rail, tail, whale, tale, jail, fail, sale

fall, ball, mall, doll, crawl, hall, tall, wall, call, baseball

bark, shark, mark, park

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