Parts of the body Lisbeth Arauz- Desteni Ruiz



Welcome students to your first grade English class. The theme we will develop will be the parts of the body which will help the child to understand commands and communicate in a good way. They will express their ideas, thoughts and participate in conversations with politeness and everyday expressions through activities and tasks that will help them acquire the experiences necessary for their cognitive development.




Students will learn to identify the vocabulary with the parts of the body, the aim is for the child to show interest in recognizing respect for his or her body and to take responsibility for his or her own care. Also relate the components involved with health and disabilities in their environment by developing tolerance towards people with disabilities.


Children should identyfy the vocabulary related to the parts of the body. I will provide some images and also take one student of example to be more clarify on the explanation.


In the video they are going to observe and listen the parts of the body and uses, they will get some ideas what are they recognizing. This process is to have a complete information that is important student should learn.

As final students have to said, recognize and associate what are the parts of the body.


How we are going to evaluate.

Express themselves:

1. Talk about his/her body parts.

2. Identifes the part of the body.

3. Connects the body parts with its corresponding names.

4.. Labels the part of the body in a match activity.

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With this activity the child was able to identify and conceptualize the parts of the body. We were able to stimulate the child's creativity and develop his cognitive, affective and social areas. When we encourage learning in young children, we greatly expand the window of opportunity for intelligence growth. Our job is to stimulate his thinking, encourage him to watch and inquire; to provide you with a variety of experiences that allow you to perceive with your senses, using your hands, eyes, ears, and voice; and to help them develop their imagination, creativity, and sociability.