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НазваUsing of songs and poems at English lessons (курсова робота)
РозділІноземна мова, реферати англійською, німецькою
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Using of songs and poems at English lessons





I. Introduction


II. The main part.


1. Research in the history of the question.


2. Research of modern methodologists.


3. What music and poems to use.


4. Why to use music and poems.


III. Practical part.


IV. Handouts.


V. Conclusion.


VI. Literature.


Having got certain amount out by Ukrainian foreign methodologists we

like to present our own elaborations:


For a young learners:


- While working over the theme “Months” a teacher can suggest such kind

of activity: in the poem, given below the names of some month are

ommited the pupils task is to guess what should be filled in stead of





Cuckoo, cuckoo,


What do you do?


In… (April)


I open my bill,


In… (May)


I sing night and day;


In… (June)


I change my tune;


In… (July)


Away I fly;


In… (August)


Go I must.


For the next activity coloured chalk is necessary. On the blackboard a

girl is drawn. Children give her name. And then with a help the poem and

they they change coloured chalk it into a coloured and bright girl.


She wears a red hat.


She wears a white shirt


and a red school tie


She wears a grey school blazer with


The school badge on it


When it’s very cold she wears red


Gloves and a red scarf.


For the kind of activity given below pupils will need colour pencils and

a piece of papers. Teacher gives them a classical piece of music, or

some other kind of music, but without lyrics. White listening to the

music pupils have to draw what this music force them to imagine. It may

be sea, sky, bird and so on. After that they have to explain what they

drew and why.


As small children like to sing songs, songs for children in particular.

We’d like to suggest these songs to sing during English lessons.


The first two are nursery rhymes.




Jack and Jill Then up Jack got,


Went up the hill, And home did trot,


To fetch a pail of water; As fast as he could caper;


Jack fell down, He went to bed,


And broke his crown, To mend his head,


And Jill came tumbling after. With vinegar and brown paper.


crown — head; caper — to run and jump; tumble — to fall suddenly.




Little Boy Blue,


Come blow your horn,


The sheep's in the meadow,


The cow's in the corn.


Where is the boy


Who looks after the sheep?


He's under a haycock


Fast asleep.


Will you wake him?


No, not I,


For if I do,


He's sure to cry.


Next song should be used in senior classes:




Oh, where have you been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,


Oh, where have you been, charming Billy?


I have been to seek a wife, she's the joy of my life,


She's a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


Did she ask you to come in, Billy Boy,


Billy Boy, Did she ask you to come in, charming


Billy? Yes, she asked me to come in, there's a dimple in her chin,


She's a young thing and cannot leave her mother.


Can she bake a cherry pie, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,

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