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Teatro interactivo en inglés para niños en colegios y escuelas infantiles
/Interactive theatre in English for kids in schools and kindergartens
ACTIVE VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES - production: Personal Information: Students are asked simple questions about themselves that they will be expected to answer: What’s your name? How old are you? Do you like...? Can you...? Are you frightened? Are you sleepy?  etc. Giving Directions: Go back; go forward; turn right; turn left. Commands: Come in!; Follow me!; Go to bed! Prepositions (saying where things are): Behind, in front of, on, in… e.g.: There’s a vampire behind the door. Accepting offers: Would you like some tea? - Yes, please. No thank you. Solving problems: - The students are expected to provide solutions to some problems... How can we cross the river? How can you kill a vampire? STRUCTURES AND VOCABULARY THAT WE PRESENT FOR RECOGNITION: Horror Story vocab.: monsters, ghosts, vampires, zombies, hunchback, blood  Adjectives: hungry, thirsty, ugly, frightened, scared, Instructions: students will have to follow and give instructions and commands e.g: Go up; go down; Go to bed! Close the door. Put on your seat belt!; Go to sleep Body parts: teeth, knees, ears, hair, arms, legs Cars: seatbelt, windscreen, brake, steering wheel, road Weather: wind, rain (pours), lightning (flashes) thunder (roars) Verbs: Some other verbs used are: drive, sleep, laugh, fly, run, jump, spit (blood), drink (blood); bite (neck); grow;      Phrasal verbs: go around, go over, go back, go forward, go down, look up, Miscelaneous Vocabulary: heart, stake, blood, garlic