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My first project
pre-school (13-16 lessons)
Lesson 13
Topic 12. My first project presentation
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Проект
Lesson objectives
Материалы
Lesson objectives
Goal: project presentation training

Tasks:
- practice public speaking
Материалы на уроке
Материал для учителя: листы А4, маркеры, ноутбуки для каждого учащегося с закаченным файлом Excel «Бюджет».
Task 1. Greeting
Goals: Children's awareness of what they love to do contributes to their self-esteem development. The drawings make it easy and accessible to share their inner world with others. This exercise you can often
repeat, changing only the formulation of the question: "What do you like to play the most?", "What do you like to do most on the weekend?" when does it snow? "
Materials: Every child needs paper and crayons.
Instruction: Tell about things that you don't like to do? What you have to do, but don't really like? Tell about a few activities that you really enjoy to do.
Now draw a picture, looking at which, it will immediately become clear that you doing something that you really enjoy. Show yourself in the picture, and what do you have around you. (10
minutes.)
At the end of the activity, each child presents a drawing to the class.
Exercise analysis:
- How do you feel doing the thing what you have shown in the picture?
- Since when do you like to do this?
- What did you especially like to do when you were very young?
- Are there any other children in your class who are very fond of doing the same?
- Who is happy to do what you do not like to do?
Task 2. Are you ready?
Teacher: guys, let's check if everything is ready for the project.
Students should have:
- Product prototype. We do not sell it to anyone, but only show it;
- Products for sale. If not, then think over with the children how you will
prepare, what they can sell, what will be the packaging, what is the price (remember the cost price);
- Advertising poster;
- The text of the project presentation speech.
If something is missing, help your students to create this item.

Teacher: In order to be very good on the project presentation day you need to practice a lot. And today we will rehearse the text for our speech.
Task 3. Everyone's attention
Goal: develop the ability to combine verbal and non-verbal communication,
improve the skills of concentration.
Instructions: All participants in the game are invited to perform the same simple task: By any means, without resorting to physical actions, you need to attract the attention of others. The task is complicated by the fact that at the same time it are performed by all participants.
Discussion: who managed to attract the attention of others and how he/she did this?
Task 4. Advertising
Goal: practicing public speaking skills.
Instructions: Find any thing in your bag. You have 5 minutes to prepare an advertising speech abut this thing. After this you have 1 minute to present thing thing in the class. Remember that the main of each advertising is to show the best sides of the product and awake the interest to have this thing.
Discussion: did you manage to awake the interest the audience, what did you do for this, what was the most difficult in your presentation?
Task 5. First project presentation
It is necessary practice project presentation speech. Students will have 3 minutes to tell about their projects. Let your students draw all the project stages on a big piece of paper, so I will help them while taking a speech. Assign responsible students for each project stage, so each child would have something to say about their project, rehearse the performance several times.
Task 6. Firewall
Exercise "Gift"
Goal: greeting, creating a positive attitude towards the lesson.
Instructions: Participants, sitting in a circle, invent and present a souvenir to their neighbor on the right. Teacher: "Now you have to look at the neighbor on the right, remember what you learned about him/her, and come up with some kind of gift that would suit only him. It can be anything (material or nonmaterial thing), but, in your opinion, it should become a memory of our studies, as well as help your neighbor to realize the skills learned here in life. " After the expiration of time, everyone gives their gift, and then a discussion follows.
Discussion: Did you like the gift you received? Was it easy to come up with a gift for your neighbor? Who did you choose exactly this gift?
Homework
Practice your project presentation speech
Lesson 14
Topic 14. Game training "Magic journey"
Lesson objectives
Interactive training "Magic journey"
Task 1. Greeting
Materials: prepare 5 sheets with the names of the islands: "Cooperation", "Enchanted Island", "Island of Giants-Entrepreneurs", "Island of Parrots", "Island of the Evil Wizard". A task is attached to each sheet.

- Guys, did you greet each other this morning? Now I invite you to say hello in a special way.
Instructions: you need to turn to the left, say hello and say that you are glad to see him. He, in turn, turns to the neighbor on the left and does the same, and so on, until the greeting reaches the presenter.
- Guys, I have a letter for you. Today someone threw it under the door. Look - the message. It is addressed to friendly and kind guys. It is written here:
"Hello guys! The King Richard writes to you. I ask friendly and kind for your help. Me and my friends were bewitched by the Evil Wizard. He took us far away, to an unfamiliar island, in order to make us as evil as he is. While we were flying there, I managed to draw a map by which you can reach us. Help! Save us! "

-Guys, do you think the King Richard wrote this to us? Are we friendly and kind to each other? Can we help him and his friends? Then let's go in search of the king and his friends and help them! And here is the map. Let's get a look.
To get to the island of the Evil Wizard, look how long we have to go.

An audio recording of "wind noise" is played. Children "fly" in a balloon - walk through the hall, approach the sign "Cooperation".

-That's where we ended up on the first island. It's called "The Island of Cooperation." Guys, look, there is a message for us. It says here that before we go further, we need to complete the task.
Task 2. "Island of Cooperation"
Instructions: Children are divided into pairs.
Teacher: "Imagine that you and your partner are one whole, attached to each other. Hug each other tightly by the shoulders, and with your foreheads you must press the ball, and so go through all the obstacles (set chairs in a chaotic order). Remember that you must be careful, only perform actions together.
-Everything worked out! Well done guys! Let's go further!
An audio recording of "wind noise" is played. Children walk through the hall, "fly up" to the "Enchanted Island"
Task 3. "Enchanted Island"
Goal: Teach children about different etiquette-based communication tools.
Equipment: a box with small things and toys.
Guys, we reached the secret island. The inhabitants of this island gave us this box. They keep everything in a secret and do not like talking to foreigners. Residents of "Secret" have come to the point that they have forgotten how to communicate with each other.
Let's put them to the test and see if we can disenchant them.
Teacher distributes to all the participants of the game a "secret" (a button, bead, brooch, small toy, etc.), puts "it" in the child's palm hand. Players walk around the room looking for ways to persuade someone to reveal their secret. The presenter monitors the process of sharing secrets, helps the most timid children find a common language with all the participants in the game.
At the end of the exercise, teacher asks the children if they have shared their secret. Did you manage to find out a secret from someone? What did you do for this? Teacher should summarize that only by polite treatment, kindness we can reveal the secret.
An audio recording of "wind noise" is played. Children go to the "Isle of Giants".
Task 4. "Island of Giants-Entrepreneurs"
- Guys, we reached the island of Giants-Entrepreneurs. Already from the name of the island it is clear who its inhabitants are. Who are the Giants-Entrepreneurs? Who is an entrepreneur? The giants decided to check what we have learned, what we know, and asked us riddles.
Instructions: I will read about the riddles, which the Giants-Entrepreneurs left for you. Anyone who knows the answer should raise the thumb up. When all the children raise their hands, the leader counts to three, and on the count of "three" they will all have to whisper the answer to the riddle together.
Children solve riddles about economics.
1. The product must have
Required ... (price)
2. This high-spirited merchant's wife
It comes in very dashingly!
Crawls into the TV
And the products offers:
From computers to junk.
Its name is ... (advertisement)
3. Uncle John is a numismatist.
This means that every exhibit
I'll tell you a secret
Called ... (Coin.)
4. Everything that is sold in life,
Equally called:
Both cereals and toys
Called ... (Product.)
5. To keep my income
For pocket money,
I need a pig
The one with a hole in the back.
MONEY BOX

Next, we give the children pictures and ask them to tell what is shown here. Pictures in the presentation. All pictures are related to the design stages. You can also ask the children to come up with their own riddles according to the topic. You can draw, you can depict. Or you can come up with an oral riddle.
- Well done, you easily coped with this task. In search of the King Richard, we fly to another island.
An audio recording of "wind noise" is played. Children "fly" in a balloon to the "Parrot Island".
Task 5. "Parrot Island"
Materials: A round mirror with a handle is required.
- Guys, reached the Parrots Island. Parrots are very fond of repeating words after people, praising themselves and showing off. Here's a new test.
Instructions: passing a mirror to each other, each participant in turn needs to imagine that he is a parrot, and loudly praise himself. Then boast in front of the mirror of any quality, skill, ability, say about your strengths - about what he loves or appreciates in himself.
-Great! And we will fly to the next island with you on the cloud!
Warm-up
-Guys, how do you imagine the cloud? Imagine that you sit down carefully on the white fluffy cloud!
Quiet, calm music sounds in the background.
-Sit comfortably, close your eyes. Inhale deeply and exhale ... Once more ... And again inhale, exhale. Imagine that you are landing on a white fluffy cloud, as if someone has built a soft mountain from plump pillows. Feel your legs and back rest comfortably on this large cloud cushion. Now you are going on a journey. A cloud slowly rises into the blue sky. Feel the wind blowing around your face. Here, high in the sky, everything is calm and quiet. You float past the gentle sun, which touches you with its warm rays. It decided to play a little. The sun tickles you with rays.
open your eyes, blink your eyes, wrinkle your forehead;
nose-wrinkle your noses;
mouth - wiggle your lips;
hangers - move your hangers;
handles - move the handles;
legs - move your legs.
Imagine how the sun warms you, you are warm and comfortable, now stretch yourself, smile. Here we are with you and flew. Get off the cloud, thank him for giving us such a good ride. Pull up again, straighten up, and again feel alert and alert.
Task 6. "Island of the Evil Wizard"
-And here we are on the last island - this is the island of the evil Wizard. Here we can find the King Richard and his friends. We need to save them.
Instruction: Discuss with children following questions:
What tests have we just passed?
What have we learned about each other from these tests?
Teacher takes a card and reads: "You can fly from the island of the Evil Wizard only on a beautiful flying carpet."
- Guys, the King Richard and his friends can get out of here. But the Evil Wizard stole their flying carpet. We will break the evil spell if we make a flying carpet. But we can make a carpet ourselves!

We give each child 3 sheets of paper.
Instruction: How should a flying carpet look? Draw it! We agree on what each child draws, so that later all the drawings can be combined into a single canvas.
Reflexion
Instruction: Children draw.
- Guys, look how bright our flying carpet is. We managed to defeat and destroy the spell of the evil wizard.
- We have reached the end of his challenge. Hi five to each other and say together: "Well done!" Despite the fact that the tasks were not easy, you bravely started this path and successfully overcame all difficulties. In gratitude, The King gave us the key to his kingdom-state and invites us to visit him. In the next year we will go to the level of "Economics in fairy tales."
The teacher talks a little about this level. In the classroom, we will help King Dobrolub, restore the economy and order in his Kingdom. Who knows what economics is?
Lesson 15
Emotional intelligence training
Lesson objectives
Goal: to teach children to express their emotions
Tasks:
- learn how to indicate emotions
- learn how to understand the emotions of other people non-verbally
- learn to express their feelings
- earn how to give and receive positive feelings
Materials: A4 sheets, markers, pencils, plasticine, rhythmic music, calm music
Task 1. Introduction to the topic
Practice the project presentation speeches

Task 1. Introduction to the topic.
There are different pictures of emotions on the screen. Teacher flips through the pictures and asks the children what emotion is on the person's face.
Task 2. Draw feelings
Goals: This game is especially good for children who cannot cope with their strong emotions and may be prone to aggression or destructive behavior. In this game, they have the opportunity to internally discharge themselves by expressing deep-seated feelings. Children often find it difficult to show their feelings in a way that is acceptable to adults. Some feelings, such as anger, jealousy, fear, sadness, are considered undesirable or even bad. Therefore, children, fearing punishment or refusal from their parents, restrain and accumulate these feelings. In addition, a negative attitude towards the feelings of a child is also harmful to his self-worth. When a child discovers a "bad" feeling in himself, he secretly thinks that he himself is bad.
This game will allow the child to safely express any feeling and will help children to accept their feelings and themselves. To achieve the desired success, this game should be repeated periodically.
Materials: Paper and pencils for each child.
Instructions: Take some paper and draw how you are feeling right now. Choose some colors which suit your feelings. You can scratch, you can draw lines, circles, patterns or draw a picture, in general, whatever you want.
I will walk through the rows, and you will tell me what feeling you want to show with your drawing. Then I will write down this word, and you can then rewrite it on your picture.
If children already know how to write, they should write the name of the feeling on the sheet themselves. It is important for each child to be able to show their drawing, and you positively assessed it: so that the children understand that such drawing is a good opportunity to notice and name their own feelings. Also talk with children about what they can do when they are bored; when they are worried; when they are jealous ...
Exercise analysis:
- What feeling do you like the most?
- What feeling do you not like?
- With what feeling do you go to the kindergarten in the morning?
- When are you happy?
- When are you scared?
- When are you angry?
Task 3. What do I feel?
Goal: This wonderful game will show children how each of them usually expresses the feelings. Here, without conferring with each other, the children have to guess what feeling each player is showing. The game develops children's ability to express their feelings, their theatrical talent and sensitivity.
Instructions: Sit all together in a circle. Now we are going to guess different emotions. One of you will come to the middle and figure out what emotion he is showing us without words. Choose an emotion that you know well from experience or that you often observe in your family. Also think of a situation in which this feeling arises.
For example, someone can imagine the following picture: "In the morning I hear an alarm clock which interrupts my sleep. I know that I have to get up, but I still want to sleep ..." And this child can show us how he lies in bed , shudders unexpectedly, because he hears the alarm, and hides his head under the pillow to sleep for a couple more minutes. Please remember that you do not have to say a word when presenting your emotion to us, but you can use different sounds which you Sind suitable. But you can also show a "frozen" picture. Do you understand the rules?

Exercise analysis:
- Did you showing or guessing?
- Which emotions are easier and which ones are harder to show?
- Did you quickly guess what feelings were conceived?
Task 4. Dancing of opposites
Goals: In this game, children will be able to work with opposite emotions. They should work in pairs to express opposites in improvised dances. Children grasp the idea very quickly. Musical accompaniment with rhythmic music is required.
Instructions: Find a partner. You will have to come up with a dance together. One of you should portray sad and the other cheerful emotion. Watch what happens watch each other dance - other children may invent a completely different dance than you invented. Maybe then a happy dance will be even happier, and a sad one even sadder. Tell with your dance that you are sad or, conversely, that you are happy. I put on music.
Children change roles every 1-2 minutes. Other pairs of feelings you can suggest are: nervous - calm, careless - anxious, angry - content, greedy - generous, cowardly - bold, dull - hopeful, excited - bored.
After some time, invite the children to name the opposites that are interesting to them.
Task 5. Happiness
Goals: If the most of your students are in a good mood, you can play this game to make everyone better and happier. Of course, no one can be happy all the time, but we can expect real sympathy only from the person who feels happy - then he has enough energy to notice how others are doing.
Materials: Plasticine
Instructions: Do you know any story about a happy animal? Do you know someone who is almost always happy? When you yourself are happy, what do you experience?
I want you to sculpt from plasticine, which is happiness for you. Use colors and lines, shapes and images that express your understanding of happiness ...
Now let's discuss what makes you happy. Say, I will write down on the white board.
List the words on the chalkboard and have the children continue with this writing. If you are working with older children who write well themselves, then you can arrange different sheets of paper into the following categories: people, places, things, work ... They can even compose a rhyme in addition to this, in which each line begins with the words: "Happiness is ...". You don't need to rhyme the lines.
Exercise analysis:
- Why can't we feel happy all the time?
- What do you do to become joyful again after some trouble?
- When do you feel happiness?
- What do you do to make another happy?
Task 6. Giving and receiving
Goals: With the help of this game, we implement one psychological law: what we have given to the world, it brings us back. It is important for children to express sympathy not by chance - because the mood is right, but with understanding - if I give something, then I receive something in return.
Instruction: We have already talked a lot about feelings. Can you name two very important feelings for you? More? Now I want to offer you a game in which you can give each other good feelings. When we give another good feeling, then we get something for ourselves as well. Please name a couple of good feelings. Yes, happiness, pleasure, love, joy, caring - these are all good feelings. To be happy about something, to see something beautiful are also very good feelings ... Have we forgotten something else?
Now find a partner, stand opposite each other and listen to me carefully - I will tell you what you will do. Now we will tune in to a kind feeling called "disposition." So sit on the floor and look at each other. Sit with your knees touching ... Now close your eyes and take three deep breaths ...
Think about the feeling we call affection. Where do you feel in your body that someone loves you? Is it somewhere in the stomach ... in the chest ... in the head ... in the hands? Imagine where affection lives in your body? What does it look like? Does it have a colour? Now imagine that from the place where you found it, you pick it up and give it to your friend. Just imagine that you are doing this now ... Now think about the fact that you also received this affection from your partner. He also handed it over to you now. How do you like it? Now the partner gives even more affection and gets even more back. Get a feel for what it is ... It's a good idea: the affection is given and the affection comes back ...
Now take a deep breath and slightly wiggle your arms and legs. Open your eyes and look at each other. If you like, you can tell your partner, "Thank you." Return to your seats. Let's discuss how you felt giving and receiving favors.
Exercise analysis:
- How did you feel in this game?
- Did you feel that you are giving away the favor?
- Did you feel that you are getting favored?
- What opportunities to show a person your affection do you know?
- How will you show your affection to the animal ... the sun ... your mother ... the day ... your friend?
- How do you notice the affection?
- Why does the affection come back when we give it?
- Why do you sometimes have to wait until the affection returns?
- Why sometimes the affection comes back from where you do not expect it?
Task 7. Summing up the results
Be sure to summarize the results with the children after each lesson. Teacher asks children: "- What did you like, Young Heroes? What seemed difficult? What would you change? What would you do differently? What new have we learned today?
Homework
Conduct a survey of at least 10 people on the topic "What makes people happy". Draw the results.
Lesson 16
Project presentation day