The Year 3.1 students were given the opportunity to share some information with the class about something which they really like to do or someone/something they like/love. Some students prepared a PowerPoint Presentation, others made posters and charts. Many students talked and brought their pet to school whilst many others talked about their favourite toy/s. Another student talked about sports cars as he likes to read and know everything there is about these cars. Someone else talked to us about the activities and outings organised by the Mellieħa Scout Group. I really enjoyed listening to each and everyone of you! Well done!
Submitted by Ms Miranda Cauchi, Year 3.1
The photos show the year 3.2 students taking part in show and tell. Some students brought their favourite toys to school to talk to us about them, some prepared a Power Point presentation about their hobby, pet or toy, others made posters, brought photos or drew pictures, someone brought coins from different countries whilst someone else demonstrated special moves done in gymnastics. Well done to all the students! I enjoyed listening to all of you ☺
Submitted by Ms Sharon Calleja, Yr 3.2 Teacher
During their show and tell children had the opportunity to bring something to class and talk about it.
These are opportunities for students to learn how to address an audience while building their self confidence.
Submitted by Ms Angelique Attard, Yr 4.1
As part of the Maltese curriculum, the year 3.2 students had several Maltese show and tell lessons to enhance their listening and speaking skills. Each student had to talk about someone or something they liked/loved. Many students talked about their pet. In fact, some brought their pets to school on the day of the lesson. Others talked about their hobbies and favourite toys. In order to make their session more interesting students made charts, booklets filled with photos, PowerPoints and some brought their favourite toys. All the class participated during these lessons. I surely enjoyed listening to each and every one. Well done!
Submitted by Ms Miranda Cauchi, Yr 3.2 Teacher
As part of our Taħdit u Smigħ lessons, we held a Show a Tell in class. Each student was asked to talk about someone or something they liked or enjoyed doing or playing with. The Show and Tell sessions were distributed over different days so all the students in class could have the opportunity to talk about their desired item or topic to the rest of the class. Some students brought their favourite toy, some made charts, some drew pictures and others prepared a Power Point presentation. They were all very interesting and I enjoyed listening to each and every one!
Below are the links to the presentations prepared by our students 🙂
Little Life Pets (Pinky Queen)
Submitted by Ms Sharon Calleja, Yr 3.1 Teacher
During a Show and Tell session held once a week during which a student is considered to be the Star of the Week, Alessia, brought her pet dog to school and demonstrated to her classmates how to groom and take care of a pet. The students enjoyed this session and had quite some entertainment provided by their four-legged friend 🙂
Students are encouraged to prepare a short presentation about any topic they like e.g. The Jungle, A Family Vacation, Favourite Sport, The Solar System, etc.
These Yr 3.2 students of Ms Stephanie spoke to their classmates about various topics. While doing the show and tell presentation, the students used a digital microphone to record their narrative.
When introducing the topic “Animals”, the year 1.2 children were given some time to look for some information about their favourite animal. Then, they were asked to present their work to the other children. Such activities lend themselves perfectly to enhance oracy skills and the students’ self-esteem.
They were very creative and came up with some interesting facts!
The year 1.1 students of Ms Louise Cutajar have been experimenting with paint. During an art and craft lesson, they used different colours of paint to create various patterns.
On another occassion the students were asked to bring their favourite toy to school for a show and tell session. During such sessions students are encouraged to speak about something, in this case a toy. The aim is to enhance the students’ confidence while encouraging them to practice their spoken skills in both Maltese and English 🙂
Another activity year 1.1 students of Ms Marilyn like to do in their classroom is to have Show and Tell sessions.
Children are given some time to talk about a particular subject or item. One of our Show and Tell sessions was about the children’s favourite animal. Children were given some time to look for some information about their favourite animal and then present their research. They were very creative and came up with some interesting facts!
Well done children and well done to Ms Marilyn 🙂