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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #180 on: April 12, 2011, 08:51:18 AM »
Anyone got any ideas for Grade 2 Lesson 3 - The 'I'm going...Can you go to...I'm looking forward to" part of the book? (Textbook exercises 40B, 41B, 41C & 42B, 43A)

I'm struggling a wee bit this week - thinking of having students in pairs plan a tour or something similar for their partner...

I did this class yesterday. The lesson wasn't well prepared so I'll touch it up before I upload anything but one speaking practice activity went well.
I asked everyone to stand on their chairs. They had to say a "I'm looking forward to ......."  e.g. "I'm looking forward to lunch."
"I'm looking forward to exams being over." sentence. One by one we went through the class and students were asked to put up their hands up when they were ready to say their sentence. They were all eager not to be one of the last few standing so we got through the class quickly.  I do have classes of about 18 so this may not be possible for larger classes.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #181 on: April 12, 2011, 10:49:21 AM »
Anyone got any ideas for Grade 2 Lesson 3 - The 'I'm going...Can you go to...I'm looking forward to" part of the book? (Textbook exercises 40B, 41B, 41C & 42B, 43A)

I'm struggling a wee bit this week - thinking of having students in pairs plan a tour or something similar for their partner...

Inspired by dsob's "What will you be doing in 15 years?" and cobbled with a few slides from another ppt from one of the other book. XD Pretty much covers page 42B part for speaking and the latter two sections of the function file

Grade 2, Lesson 3 (speaking part B and half of function file)
I just talked about what you say when you're late to meeting friends or going to class. Then who do you apologize to. Difference between 5 and 30 minutes late.

Cheers for that! I have now stolen the much more polished slides for my presentation. Haven't actually taught this class yet because of a lot of cancellations so now it is looking sharp! I'm looking forward to teaching it :p
« Last Edit: April 12, 2011, 10:51:10 AM by dsob »
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #182 on: April 12, 2011, 12:12:17 PM »
Canucktim- thank you thank you thank you!!!

DarylM- heres the actual link.  I'm sorry it didn't work and that I didn't get back to you until now... I've had some crazy Korean cold nestling up in my sinuses... woof.

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« Reply #183 on: April 12, 2011, 02:12:08 PM »
Thanks everyone for your combined efforts - this is my version of Grade 2 Lesson 6 - I'm looking forward to....  It's just a variation on others already posted.  No lesson plan yet but it should be self explanatory. 

I'll be getting them to complete the worksheets then choose student 'A' using the magic chopsticks, that student chooses student 'B;, they read out parts A and B then 'B' chooses a new partner and they read it again - parts B and A.  Prize for the person who draws the pink stick as incentive.  Wish me luck - my Grade 2 are horrible this year.

Someone asked what is used for review lessons.  I do bomb games but they get old quickly.  Sentence Stretching and Sentence Reduction is also good.  I'll be preparing mine later this week and will post asap.
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #184 on: April 12, 2011, 04:45:56 PM »
Have attached my PPT and lesson plan for Grade 2 Lesson 3B - I'm going to/I'm looking forward to.

There's a distinct NZ theme which won't be relevant for a lot of you, but feel free to teach 'Sweet As' if you want haha.

I also made a short & veeery simple video with my girlfriend for the listening section. I was bored of the bad acting and animations so this video should hopefully be a welcome reprieve, it uses pretty much the same script though. If you want me to email the video let me know.

Thanks to jauntwithjo for a few of the slides!

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« Reply #185 on: April 13, 2011, 02:01:24 PM »
Grade 1 Lesson 3 - Introductions & Apologies attached

The kids seem to love having Lee Myung Bak as their father, they go nuts over it!

Theres a bit of a random NZ phrase at the front of the lesson, in case you want to pick up any Kiwi expressions!

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« Reply #186 on: April 13, 2011, 05:40:40 PM »
Great work guys - this group continues to help me a lot. I love it when I post my lessons and someone polishes it up and makes my presentations better - my coteachers are always shocked when suddenly all the fonts are changed and new slides are added. Anyway, here is my grade 2 review Simpsons bomb game. A lot of these questions will be relevant to everyone but some definitely wont so please do change them.

Oh and a big thanks to Rufus who posted up the bomb template in the first place - you are a true waygook legend!
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #187 on: April 14, 2011, 01:17:42 PM »
Thank You everyone for all the hard work...I just found this and need to put some of my stuff on here. I have most of the second half done so I will post them soon...as well as some of the first 3 lessons.

Thanks again...this is great!

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« Reply #188 on: April 14, 2011, 01:34:47 PM »
Here is the lesson that i am doing right now for my 3rd graders, on making plans on the phone wihch kinda goes along with lesson 3. It works out pretty well especially for the high level kids. they really like it. for low level its a bit tough but i use the ppt for them. the high level kids i dont even bother with the ppt. here is also a video that i made that goes along with the diolouge. http://www.youtube.com/user/khakipnts9#p/a/u/1/jlcPPm0h98E I show it to my students and make them tell me who, what, where, and when...it works well cause my kids recognize me and my gf . feel free to use it but it might work better if you made your own video. The worksheets were taken from a different site...maybe bogglesworld, so take everything and do what you will with it.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #189 on: April 14, 2011, 01:49:12 PM »
3rd Grade - Lesson 2

This lesson I focused on making excuses. The kids really liked it. I started by explaining what excuses are...all of my students thought excuse me which in korean is 샬례함니다. They dont really say it very often, but give an example, maybe bump into a student and say it...then explain that there is a different kind of excuse which is 변명. or making excuses. then ask your co teacher or student to borrow their coat or shoes, somthing like that, and make them give you an excuse. then you are goign to play the excuse game which is in the attachment. print out the list of questions and excusses and mix them up...hand them out to your students and then let them find their partner. once they find their partner have them sit with that person and when everyone is finished, have them read them outloud for practice.

Once this is all finished show them the excuse comic and have them explain what is wrong with it...good excuse or bad excuse and explain the difference. then hand out the worksheet and let them work in their new partners. the ones that are stared let them be creative. they had a pretty good time with this one
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #190 on: April 14, 2011, 01:56:03 PM »
Here's my REVISION games for GRADE 1.

I have just one Grade 1 class on Friday who have already had 6 lessons - one more than my other Grade 1s so I'm stacking up revision games so I can stretch it out to two lessons for them, so I might post some more next week. 

http://www.teachers-direct.co.uk/resources/quiz-busters/quiz-busters-game.aspx?game_id=54866
http://www.teachers-direct.co.uk/resources/quiz-busters/quiz-busters-game.aspx?game_id=54867

These links are to Quiz Buster games using the vocab words from the lists on the first page of Lessons 1, 2 and 3 of the Activities book.  It's basically 'Blockbuster' for the Brits amongst you - I don't know if it was aired in the US or elsewhere, but it's a two-team game, first hand up answers the question.  Really simple and always a hit with my kids.

The ppt is for a 'Guess Louie' Game using random subject/words also from the first three chapters (ignore the fact that the file is named Lesson 1 and 2).  For anyone who hasn't played this yet, one student sits with their back to the board while the rest of the class or team shouts out clues to the word on the board.  When they say it you move on to the next word - 5 in all.  The timer is set for 2 and a half minutes.  Don't worry if you don't see the timer for the first two minutes - it only starts for the final 30 second countdown. 

Hope they are of use.
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #191 on: April 14, 2011, 02:27:36 PM »
First Grade - Lesson 2 Like / don't like

I focused on Like and Don't like...and brought it into talking about jobs.

So I started by going through the ppt. and practicing the vocab. then i gave them the job for you survey and in there partner groups had them fill it out. i left the job section blank because they cheat if they know the answers and they love the answer ppt. i made them raise their hands when their highest score came up and they got a huge kick out of it.

then i had them do the club activities matching activity on the back followed by the introducing you activity using the info that we had done for the day. If we had time i gave them the opportunity to introduce their partner and gave them a bonus stamp or prize or whatever if they did it.

Make sure that you tell them before you show them the job for you ppt. that it's just for fun...since being a farmer, taxi driver, etc. is not really looked upon as being an honorable thing. once you mention that its all in fun...everything will be okay!

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #192 on: April 14, 2011, 02:56:05 PM »
alikaz, thanks for the "Try Yoga" lesson. I had a lesson planned for my second graders this week but I didn't realize that I already taught that lesson to one class already! I realized it this morning and had no time to make anything myself.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #193 on: April 14, 2011, 05:38:59 PM »
Grade 2 - Lesson 4 - Bibimbap

I basically used the world foods slide from adventure_rider on http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,5494.0.html

I added a few more slides to emphasise the target language from the module. I plan on being the waiter asking them for food and they respond - on the 'what **** food would you like?' slides.
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #194 on: April 15, 2011, 01:33:23 PM »
This is a little activity I put together for my Grade 3 kids. Since most of these chapters seem to be going over the same information OVER and OVER again, I thought I would do some sort of compilation game. Attached is an excel worksheet. You need to print it out using the print on both sides function. Cut each phrase out but keep the suggestions in one pile and the responses in another. Place each pile in its own bag. Two bags of paper per pair of students.

How to play: In pairs, students will take turns drawing a piece of paper from the bags switching which bag they take from each round. The student who takes from the suggestion bag will read his paper followed by the student who took from the response bag. After they have said the English, the students flip over their papers. On the back side is a number (points) and a rock, paper, scissors symbol. Whoever has the winning symbol (rock beats scissors, scissors beats paper, paper beats rock) recieves that number of points. If the students have the same symbol they must actually play rock paper scissors to determine the winner. Most points at the end wins. (paper can be put back into the bag to be reused).

I would wander around the class to make sure students are speaking English. Note: my kids are really low level so I just try to get them to practice speaking more so than phrase memorization.

Tell me what you think!

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #195 on: April 15, 2011, 01:49:20 PM »
Grade 2 - Lesson 4 - Bibimbap

It carries on from the previous lesson on world foods. I stole all the food adjectives from here (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,7300.0.html)

Not that much fun or jokes in this lesson but emphasises the target language and phrases. Please improve and repost :)

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Grade 2 Lesson 3: Try Yoga
« Reply #196 on: April 15, 2011, 03:34:05 PM »
Hey!  Thought I'd post my lesson for Try Yoga that I will be teaching next week.  It's basically a mix of a bunch of great ideas everyone uploaded and shared!  Thanks for the ideas, guys!  You're rockstars.  I did add a simple game at the end: trashcan basketball.  My students go nuts over it, so I thought it would be a good supplement to the lesson! 

Trashcan Basketball:  rules are simple.  Cut sheets off paper out that read: shoot, double shoot, change, and tornado.  Get a trashcan/recycle box and a soft ball.  You will also need to make 3 markers (easy shot, average shot, and 'downtown' shot) to place on the floor.  After teams give a correct answer to the question or in this case problem - they get a chance to choose a sheet of paper.  They do whatever the paper says (shoot, double shoot, change points, or tornado - lose all points). If students are shooting, they choose their place marker to shoot from.  Double shoot just means they double their points.  I usually do 2, 4, 6 and double: 4, 8, 12. Teams with the most points, wins.

PPT slide:  You will see black slides with 'What's up' 'What's wrong' and 'What's the matter.'  Before the students see the problem, the class must yell the phrase shown.

Let me know if you have any questions!  Happy teaching!

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #197 on: April 15, 2011, 04:38:46 PM »
My Grade 3 Revision of chapters 1 - 3 It's a multiple choice 20 questions and two Quizbuster links for the vocab from the chapters covered. 

All my lessons, lesson plans, sow and vocab lists are (just about) up to date on my wiki site now for future reference.  http://namhaemiddleschool.wikispaces.com/
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #198 on: April 15, 2011, 04:44:59 PM »
Here is a simple activity that you can do for 1st Grade: What a Surprise! It works great with very low leveled students. They draw a present to give to you, then they practice the dialogue in partners. Finally, you go around and have each student give the present while saying the dialogue for person A. Make sure to mix up the "I like it" sentence to something different each time.

It probably won't work in large classes unless you have them draw a gift for their partner and then have them recite the conversation in pairs. 

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #199 on: April 15, 2011, 05:53:51 PM »
My review ppt games for grades 1 and 2, chapters 1, 2, and 3.

Both games are ones I found and just changed the questions to suit. I claim no credit beyond that.

Grade 1 has 27 questions.

Grade 2 has 30 questions and none of my classes ever got through all of them.
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