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AIM To become familiar with the characters of Kerry and Mrs Dingleberry. WORKSHEET 1 Ask the students to look at the photographs and, in pairs, write down their first impressions of the people; their age, occupation, character. Just give them 2-3 minutes to do this. Then refer them to the list of facts about the characters and ask the students to guess who they think each one refers to. ANSWERS: 1) Kerry, 2) Mrs D, 3) Mrs D, 4) Kerry, 5) Mrs D, 6) Kerry, 7) Mrs D, 8) Mrs D, 9) Kerry, 10) Mrs D, 11) Mrs D Without checking the answers, ask the students to read the text and, in pairs, see if they were correct. Now they can then answer the questions in the box. ANSWERS: 1) TRUE, 2) FALSE, 3) FALSE, 4) TRUE, 5) TRUE, 6) TRUE Point out the “False Friend” – Sensitive/Sensible. Ask the students to choose the correct word in the sentences. ANSWERS: 1) Sensitive, 2) Sensible, 3) Sensitive, 4) Sensible WHO’S WHO – SYNOPSIS & TEACHER’S NOTES AIM To reinforce the students understanding of the characters and what they wish for WORKSHEET 3 Ask the students to look at the quotes and decide which character they think said them. ANSWERS: a) Paul, b) Kerry, c )Mrs D, d) Kerry, e) Paul, f) Mrs D, g) Mrs D. Ask the students; Is Kerry’s mum serious? No. Does Kerry like her Mum being her teacher? No. Is Paul Kerry’s boyfriend? No. Then write the following sentences on the board: I wish my mum was more serious. I wish my mum wasn’t my English teacher. I wish Paul was my boyfriend. State that we use “to wish” for things we want to come true in the future which haven’t come true yet. Ask the students which other word in the sentence is a verb; (was/wasn’t). Tell them that because this sentence is conditional, this verb is in the past simple. Ask the students to choose one sentence for each character and transfer the information from the first to the third person. If the students have never studied the conditional before, they can continue using the verb to be to write sentences about themselves. If they have studied it before they can use other verbs. E.g. I wish I had a new bike, I wish I could speak more languages. AIM To become familiar with the characters of Paul. WORKSHEET 2 This is the other main character in the play, Paul. Ask the students to look at his Facebook page answer the questions. ANSWERS: 1) English, 2) 16, 3) True, 4) Write a song, 5) True, 6) 587, 7) Alastair & Joe, 8) The guitar, 9) She’s funny, 10) No, 11) London, 12) The Black Eyed Peas, 13) Yes, 14) & 15) Discuss. SYNOPSIS Kerry Dingleberry is a normal teenager who lives with her mum. At the beginning of the play Kerry is getting ready for school. But Kerry's mum, Mrs D, seems to be more interested in her magazine than helping Kerry to get to school on time. But then Mrs D is, well, a little bit crazy. She loves pop music, fashion and singing loudly. She hates doing the housework, cooking and being too serious. Kerry thinks her mum is very embarrassing. She can't even escape her at school because her mum is also her English teacher. Kerry hates having to go to English classes, because her mum is so silly as a teacher. In fact the only thing she likes about school is …Paul, the most popular boy in the class. Kerry wishes everything was different, she wishes her mum was more serious and that Paul was her boyfriend. Mrs Dingleberry wishes Kerry was more adventurous and exciting and that she would talk to Paul. When Mrs Dingleberry invites Paul to their house for tea, Kerry is terrified her mum will embarrass her in front of Paul. Will their dreams come true, and if they do, is it what they really want? Watch and find out!
AIM To listen to and learn Paul’s song; “You and me” APPENDIX - TRACK 20- PAUL’S SONG Paul and his class have to write a song for their English homework. APPENDIX 1 (LOWER LEVEL). Gap fill -write the following words on the board: see, you, sit, we, know, near, talk, true. Get the students to fill in the gaps as they listen. They could have a go at writing a song/rap or poem in English! APPENDIX 2 (HIGHER LEVEL). Give pairs or small groups the words. They need to put them in the correct order as they listen to the song. ANSWER: 1), 9), 8), 15), 12), 7), 13), 6), 11), 3), 19), 17), 5), 16), 4), 10), 14), 2), 11), 3) AIM To listen to and understand a piece of the script. WORKSHEET 5 TRACK 21- FIVE O’CLOCK TEA Explain that this is an actual piece of script from the play. Mrs D invites Paul to their house for a cup of tea because she wishes Paul and Kerry were together. Listen to TRACK 21 and answer the questions together. ANSWERS: 1) Mrs D, 2) Nervous/anxious, 3) Tea, 4) No, 5) No. Now listen to the conversation again and see if the students can match the words and phrases in Box A with the definitions in Box B ANSWERS: 1) d, 2) b, 3) f, 4) a, 5) e, 6) c Point out the “False Friend” – Embarrassed/Pregnant. Ask the students to choose the correct word in the sentences. ANSWERS: 1) Embarrassed, 2) Pregnant, 3) Pregnant, 4) Embarrassing WHO’S WHO – TEACHER’S NOTES & LISTENING EXERCISE SCRIPT TRACK 21 – FIVE O’CLOCK TEA AIM To listen and understand a piece of the script WORKSHEET 6- DRAMA ACTIVITY Ask the students how each character feels; Kerry - embarrassed and nervous, Paul - nervous and shy, Mrs D - excited and enthusiastic Ask the students how the characters would talk, walk and sit if they felt like this. You could play a quick game where the students walk around the room, constantly moving and filling the space. You shout out different feelings happy, depressed, nervous, tired, energetic, sad, bored, confused, angry, surprised etc and the students have to change how they are walking to suit the feeling. If you are short of space they can play this by sitting down and changing their position. In groups of three the students can act out the scene. Start with Paul out of the scene and note that Mrs D comes in and out of the scene several times. TRACK 21 – WHO’S WHO - FIVE O’CLOCK TEA Kerry Oh god he’s here. Do I look alright? Oh my hair. Oh!! Mrs D I’ll get the door (Paul comes in). Mrs D Look who it is! It’s Paul. Sit down Paul, make yourself at home. Well, isn’t this nice? Kerry Mum, I think the kettle’s boiled Mrs D I’ll just go and see if the kettle is boiled, for the tea. (Mrs D goes out) Paul Nice of your mum to invite me round. Nice house. Nice um, table. Hey, your mum’s great. Really funny. (Mrs D comes in) Mrs D So, how are you two getting along? Kerry Mum, don’t we have any cake, or something? Mrs D No, I don’t have any cake. So, Paul, have you got a girlfriend? Kerry Mum! Paul Um, no Mrs D Well, I’m amazed. Such a good looking boy like you. Kerry hasn’t got a boyfriend either. Funny that. You haven’t got a girlfriend and Kerry hasn’t got a boyfriend. Maybe you two could both…. Kerry Mum, you’re so embarrassing! TRACK 20 – PAUL’S SONG
TRACK 20 – WHO’S WHO - PAUL’S SONG You sit near me But you won’t t alk to me Why can’t you see We were meant to be Yes it’s true Me and you Can’t you see It was always meant to be You and me I sit near you But don’t know what to do If what you say is true I should be with you Yes it’s true Me and you Can’t you see It was always meant to be You and me WHO’S WHO – TEACHERS NOTES – SONG LYRICS, TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND GUIDELINES TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR SHOWS FOR BIG GROUPS A clear space of 3m x 4m. If there is a stage, the stage must be no more than 1m high. The space must be empty of furniture/children when the actors arrive. A small table. 4 x chairs (adult sized) 2 x plug sockets in the performance space for the sound and light equipment. General lighting. The actors need 1 hour to set up the lights, music and sound, and 45 minutes to set down. GUIDELINES FOR A SUCCESSFUL SHOW In order for the children to enjoy and follow the play performed in another language, we recommend the following guidelines: Ensure that the students have done at least some preparation from the Workpack, so that they know who the characters are and are familiar with the story. To avoid distraction, limit the number of times teachers or students need to enter/leave the room during the performance. The students will be asked to be quiet and listen in some moments and asked to participate in others. Please ask all teachers/monitors/parents present during the session to encourage the students to be a good audience and respect the actors. Turn off all mobile phones. No eating or drinking.
WHO’S WHO – APPENDIX 1 TRACK 20 – PAUL’S SONG 1) You sit 2) be with you 3) You and me (x3) 4) If what 5) But don’t know 6) meant to be 7) you see 8) But you won’t 9) near me 10) you say is true 11) Yes it’s true me and you Can’t you see It was always meant to be 12) Why can’t 13) We were 14) I should 15) talk to me 16) what to do 17) near you 3) You and me (x3) 19) I sit 11) Yes it’s true me and you Can’t you see It was always meant to be PAUL’S SONG You ____ near me But you won’t ______ to me Why can’t you ______ ____ were meant to be Yes it’s true Me and you Can’t you see It was always meant to be You and me I sit ______ you But don’t _______ what to do If what you say is ______ I should be with _______ Yes it’s true Me and you Can’t you see It was always meant to be You and me APPENDIX 2
WORKSHEET 1 WHO’S WHO 1)Is 15 years old 2)Is 37 years old 3)Is a mum 4)Is a daughter 5)Likes fashion 6)Hates school 7)Works in a school 8)Is always singing 9)Is sensible 10)Is a bit crazy 11)Likes pop music Kerry Dingleberry is a normal fifteen-year-old girl. She goes to school every day. She is sensible and shy. Kerry’s mum, Mrs Dingleberry, is, a little bit crazy. Mrs Dingleberry loves pop music, fashion and is always singing loudly. She hates doing the housework and being too serious. Kerry hates school, she especially hates English classes because her mum is also her English teacher at school. Mrs Dingleberry loves her job and is always singing in class. Kerry is so embarrassed of her mum and wishes she wasn’t her English teacher. The only thing she likes about school is ……. Pau1 1)Kerry is Mrs Dingleberry’s daughter. 2)Mrs Dingleberry is Kerry’s French teacher. 3)Kerry loves school. Look at the statements in the box, who do you think they apply to Kerry or Mrs Dingleberry? Now read about Kerry and her mum. Were you right? Are these statements True or False? FALSE FRIEND! - Sensible/Sensitive 1) He is a sensitive/sensible child he’s always crying. 2) She is a sensitive/sensible driver, she never drives too fast or drinks alcohol and drives. 3)Artists and musicians are normally sensitive/sensible people. 4)Lawyers are normally sensitive/sensible people. Watch out! SENSITIVESENSIBLE 4)Mrs Dingleberry loves being a teacher. 5)Mrs Dingleberry is a bit crazy and Kerry is sensible. 6)Paul is the only thing Kerry likes about school KERRYMRS DINGLEBERRY
WORKSHEET 2 WHO’S WHO 1)What’s Paul’s favourite subject at school? 2)How old is Paul? 3)Paul is in the same class as Kerry 4) TRUE/FALSE 5)What does he have to do for homework? 6)Paul has English class tomorrow 7) TRUE/FALSE 8)How many Facebook friends does Paul have? 9)Which of Paul’s friends write on his wall? 10)What musical instrument does Paul play? 11)What is his opinion of Mrs Dingleberry? 12) Has Paul got a girlfriend? 13) Where does Paul live? 14) Which band did Paul see in concert on Saturday? 15) Is Paul popular? 16) Do you have a Facebook page? (or something similar) 17) What are the good and bad things about socialising on the internet? Look at Paul’s Facebook page and answer the questions
Kerry…………………………………………………………………………………………………… Mrs D………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Paul…………………………………………………………………………………………………. I……………………………………………………………………………………………… WORKSHEET 3 WHO’S WHO We use “I wish…” for things we want to come true in the future which haven’t come true yet. “I wish+ past simple of to be” (was/were) I wish I was a really good guitar player. I wish Kerry was my girlfriend. a)“Brilliant I’ve got English class today, I think Mrs D is very funny.” b)“Mum!! Is breakfast ready? I’m going to be late for school. Mum?” c)“Paul, Kerry, who is your favourite pop star? Mine’s Robbie Williams, I love him” d)“I’m going to see Paul at school today, I really like him, but I’m too shy to talk to him.” e)“Hi Kerry, um, our homework was difficult, wasn’t it? What you doing after school?” f)“Good morning class, sit down, it’s time for English. Where is your homework?” g)“Kerry your clothes are so unfashionable, mine are all very fashionable” I wish Kerry was more impulsive, I wish Kerry and Paul were together. Which characters do you think would say the following things? Use I/he/she wish/wishes to complete the sentences. I wish my mum was more serious and sensible. I wish my mum wasn’t my English teacher. I wish Paul was my boyfriend.
In the play Mrs D invites Paul to their house for a cup of tea because she wishes that Kerry and Paul would get together. 1) Who answers the door? 2) How does Kerry feel? 3) What drink is Mrs D preparing? 4) Does Kerry have a boyfriend? 5) Does Paul have a girlfriend? WORKSHEET 5 WHO’S WHO Box A 1) To invite someone round 2) To get on well 3) Kettle 4) To boil 5) To make yourself at home 6) Good looking Box B a) To heat water to the temperature when it turns to vapor. b) To have a good friendship/relationship. c) Attractive. d) To invite someone to your house. e) To feel comfortable, like in your own house. f) Pot you heat water in. I WANT TO DIE FALSE FRIEND! - Embarrassed/pregnant 1) James told Clare he liked her. He was so pregnant/embarrassed. 2) She has 5 children and she’s pregnant/embarrassed again! 3) She couldn’t travel because she was 9 months pregnant/embarrassed. 1) Kerry’s mum is always singing and dancing. Kerry thinks her mum is pregnant/embarrassing EMBARRASSED PREGNANT Listen to the CD and answer the questions TRACK 21 – FIVE O’CLOCK TEA Watch out!
Tea time Kerry Oh god he’s here. Do I look alright? Oh my hair. Oh!! Mrs D I’ll get the door (Paul comes in). Mrs D Look who it is! It’s Paul. Sit down Paul, make yourself at home. Well, isn’t this nice? Kerry Mum, I think the kettle’s boiled Mrs D I’ll just go and see if the kettle is boiled, for the tea. (Mrs D goes out) Paul Nice of your mum to invite me round. Nice house. Nice um, table. Hey, your mum’s great. Really funny. (Mrs D comes in) Mrs D So, how are you two getting along? Kerry Mum, don’t we have any cake, or something? Mrs D No, I don’t have any cake. So, Paul, have you got a girlfriend? Kerry Mum! Paul Um, no Mrs D Well, I’m amazed. Such a good looking boy like you. Kerry hasn’t got a boyfriend either. Funny that. You haven’t got a girlfriend and Kerry hasn’t got a boyfriend. Maybe you two could both…. Kerry Mum, you’re so embarrassing! WORKSHEET 6 WHO’S WHO Act out the scene! TRACK 21 – FIVE O’CLOCK TEA
WORKSHEET 7 WHO’S WHO Post show Questionnaire Comment on the things you liked about the show. Circle which statements are true I understood everythingit was boringI didn’t understand the story I understood the story but not all the wordsI saw Who’s who It was funny I liked the music Circle which statements are true I understood everythingit was boringI didn’t understand the story I understood the story but not all the wordsI saw Who’s who It was funny I liked the music Would you like to see another Blue Mango show? Yes Don’t know No Why? Would you like to see another Blue Mango show? Yes Don’t know No Why? Comment on the things you didn’t like about the show. Who was your favourite character? What was your favourite moment? Could you identify with any of the characters? If so who? Did any of the characters’ wishes come true? Did any of the characters change their wishes? Who was your favourite character? What was your favourite moment? Could you identify with any of the characters? If so who? Did any of the characters’ wishes come true? Did any of the characters change their wishes?