Welcome to Peppa Pig, a fascinating and engaging topic for young children. Peppa Pig is a television series which initially aired in Britain in 2004 but has since become extremely popular and is recognised world-wide. The TV series is structured around Peppa Pig and her family and friends, who are all animals portraying both human and animal behaviours and characteristics. The episodes tend to include the characters partaking in everyday activities such as visiting family and going outdoors.
Peppa Pig is guaranteed to engross students through its humour and strong educational purpose. It embraces a strong PSHE background helping children to understand feelings and relationships with friends and family. Peppa Pig incorporates British ethics and values through the personality of the characters and the story line behind each episode. Students should feel educated morally and emotionally throughout the topic of Peppa Pig.
Each subject will involve the topic characters to engage students, along with a focus on British culture, seasons and weather; linking remarkably to Peppa Pig’s love of rainy days. Subjects will allow students to gain knowledge of friendship, landscapes, plant growth, measurement, the history of castles and much more.
Peppa Pig is an exciting TV series and children’s literature in Britain and globally. The stories of Peppa Pig, her family and friends cover a wide range of aspects which relate impeccably to the subjects taught within the topic.
Peppa Pig also holds strong British cultural links as the pig family are comparable to a British family. Learning English is both captivating and educational through Peppa Pig. The topic aims to engage children thoroughly so that they may relate to the characters in their own individual way.
Peppa Pig is a topic that will allow students to learn English in a thrilling way, supporting in developing critical thinking, understanding British culture and increasing knowledge. Students will develop listening, speaking and reading skills through engaging with the topic characters and lesson content. Through attractive lessons, made to be as interactive as possible, students should expect to feel excited about their learning and become confident in their abilities.
The students will be introduced to the characters in Peppa Pig of whom they should expect to see throughout the whole topic.
Learners will watch episodes of Peppa Pig, containing the key characters taught in Lesson 1.
The basic story and background of Peppa Pig will be taught through the teaching of the key words of game, mud, rain and puddles. These are the things that feature in several episodes as they are Peppa’s favourite things.
This video lesson will expand on lesson 3 learning by using Peppa Pig episodes which enhance the previous key word learning.
The students will learn different dance moves to a song, associated with the particular dance taught in depth in the following video lesson.
在第二次课中，老师将以一种更直观的方式教授在第一次课中所学的舞蹈类的词汇。这样学生们可以跟随视频跳完整的“catch a pig”舞蹈。
The dance move vocabulary taught in Lesson 1 will be taught in a more practical way by the teacher in video lesson 2 whereby students can learn and join in with the full dance known as ‘catch a pig’.
In this lesson, students will be taught more dance vocabulary to prepare for video lesson 4. The dance is a rainy day/ spring themed dance.
This lesson expands on Science by teaching students the concept of long and short (using plants), and in and out (of the ground). This means previous vocabulary is reinforced and used in different contexts.
Learners will watch the teacher perform the craft outlined in lesson 1. They will see the teacher make a pig puppet out of different coloured paper. This will give the students the opportunity to complete this easy craft at home or at UKID school.
Students will learn words linked with a specific artistic spring season craft, linking to previous learning from the topic.
Learners will watch the teacher perform the craft associated with the key words taught in the previous lesson. This will involve a fun spring season craft whereby students can learn to make a blossom tree from card and tissue paper.
Students will be taught the basic history of castles including the different parts of castles across the week. This lesson will include some famous castles in Britain.
Children will be able to watch the Peppa visits the castle episode to reinforce the key words from the previous lesson.
Expanding on knowledge of castles, students will continue to learn vocabulary associated with different parts of a castle but will also learn about kings and queens, including the queen of England.
In this video lesson, the students will recognise the different areas of a castle and be able to recognise the link between castles, kings and queens.