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To start with this activity, I make the students listen to the song of the alphabet on a CD. I ask them how many letters there are in the English alphabet. Then we say the alphabet altogether and we also count on our fingers to verify that there are 26 letters. For the 1st exercise, I make the comparison between French and English. Of course you can change French into your mother-tongue language. For the 2nd exercise, I ask them just to write their initials on the sheet. Then I will look at the register and I will tell the initials of one student. The student who hears his initials has to stand up. I do that several times. I can also tell the initials of 2 or 3 students to speed up this little activity. In that case, they all have to stand at the same time.

 Age: 8-12

Copyright 15/8/2008  valivalou22
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