The students will learn the names of nine farm animals and the sounds they make in English. They will do this through total physical response, music, and games.
1. While participating in this activity the children will recall farm animals when shown a picture.
2. While participating in this activity the children will identify animal names when they hear the sound of the animal.
3. While participating in this activity the children will hear the sound and connect to the picture of the animal.
4. While participating in this activity the children will sing the song.
The topic of farm is important for children to know because of history. Most of their educational career they will learn about a subject matter and the history will lead back to farming and creating the country. This activity will help children identify farm names by sight and noise. It is important for children to be able to identify and make connections between pictures and sounds. In this technology lesson students have to recall information about the animals name and the sound that the animal makes. This helps them build a new vocabulary of words that are simple to understand at this age and very useful. If a child were to visit to a farm after learning the new vocabulary and the viewing of animals, the children would need very little help identifying an animal on a farm.