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Offline DevilMogun

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #200 on: April 15, 2011, 06:28:43 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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Thanks for this - I'd run out of steam thinking of revision games and questions.
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #201 on: April 18, 2011, 11:32:44 AM »
Grade 1, Lesson 4 - Fashionable or Not?

I already posted another thread with a great shopping activity. I'm using "The Candy Man Can" from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and handing out the lyrics to teach the "C" sound in the Sounds section. They will have to circle all the hard C sounds they can find.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #202 on: April 18, 2011, 11:38:59 AM »
I have updated the wiki page to include all of my lessons 1-3 and review lesson for 1st and 2nd grade. (http://dongincheonmiddleschoolenglish.wikispaces.com/ )  I think during my midterm period I am going to try and develop the lessons for chapters 4-6.  Based on my schedule I plan on spending 2 weeks on each lesson (usually the book has two target phrases a chapter).  If I am able to get it done I will repost letting you know and to check out the page.  If there are any questions let me know.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #203 on: April 18, 2011, 11:39:22 AM »
Grade 2, Lesson 4 - Bibimbap: The Best Meal in a Bowl

I blatantly stole and revised the presentation. The blank menus are for them to make their own menus, then do ordering skits in front of the class.

I'm also using the Beatles song "Please Mr. Postman" to teach the different "S" sounds from the Sounds section.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #204 on: April 18, 2011, 12:32:05 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 :)

I also have made a game where the kids basically go around and survey asking everyone what main and what dessert they would like from the World Foods class. See attachment
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #205 on: April 18, 2011, 01:16:04 PM »
If you happen to have access to small white boards, they work really well with Grade 2, Lesson 3's "giving advice" part. My classroom is set up in groups of six, so I give a white board, a marker, and some toilet paper to use as an eraser to each group. Then I say a problem and the first group to write out a completely correct solution to the problem gets a point. If the sentence isn't correct, I circle the area where the problem is and give them a chance to fix it.

This also works for Grade 1, Lesson 3's Fun Time section in the book. I point to a pair or a group of 3 in the picture and they must write out what those people are saying on their boards. Once you've finished with the expressions given at the top of the page, tell them they have to use completely different expressions for round 2. Often they just use the alternative expressions from the book, but sometimes they can get pretty creative!

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #206 on: April 18, 2011, 06:21:00 PM »
For people who have been using barryfunenglish.com, I'd love some tech advice. I think I'm missing something...Is there an option to upload your own vocabulary and sentences, or do you HAVE to choose from the lists they've provided? Even on the "Custom Lists" section, it only allows me to pick and choose from the categories they offer. I want to put in the Key Expressions, but it won't let me!

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #207 on: April 18, 2011, 06:31:06 PM »
Hello, my co-teacher asked me to cover GRADE 3 LESSON 3 again so this is part two of my lesson 3 plans.  I thought the dialogue from the speaking section was too formal so I included a more every-day type of conversation.  I also included fun dialogues for the kids to practice, as well as various possible responses to conversations through the telephone, organized in order of formality.  Hope it helps someone.

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Grade 3, Lesson 3: What are Friends for?
« Reply #208 on: April 19, 2011, 11:09:43 AM »
I know most of you have probably already finished this lesson but because I see my Grades 3s every other week, I'll be teaching Part B to Lesson 3 this week & next.

Anyways, attached is the PPT I'll be using along with a fun introductions game.  Students will get into pairs.  One person will choose a card.  He/she will read the card to their partner.  The partner will guess who the person is.  Then, both will write their introduction dialog.  Then, pairs will read their dialogues to the class - omitting the name of the person being introduced.  The class will guess the person.  I tried to use family/creative/popular people to make it funny - especially if a boy picked a girl and vice versa.

Hope it helps someone or is a good lesson to store away for later!

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #209 on: April 19, 2011, 11:36:39 AM »
If anyone downloaded my review stuff, there are a couple of errors on the vocab section.  Please find updated version.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #210 on: April 19, 2011, 01:06:07 PM »
Grade 3 - Lesson 4 - Two Anecdotes

My best lesson so far I think. I also did this entirely on my own without stealing anything.
So please, improve, change and repost :D
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #211 on: April 19, 2011, 03:20:27 PM »
Grade 2 - Lesson 3
Hi
 I have Found These Links All went Down Very Well i did just Take the Lesson from Here and Amended it using Conversations with these

2nd Graders Loved it
(What are you Doing?)
(Wassssssup?)
(How you Doing?)

They are great to get the Class Started !


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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #212 on: April 19, 2011, 05:25:25 PM »
For people who have been using barryfunenglish.com, I'd love some tech advice. I think I'm missing something...Is there an option to upload your own vocabulary and sentences, or do you HAVE to choose from the lists they've provided? Even on the "Custom Lists" section, it only allows me to pick and choose from the categories they offer. I want to put in the Key Expressions, but it won't let me!

Clare - have you subscribed to Barryfunenglish?  You have to subscribe to use all of the topics and make your own custom lists.  Even then, for some of the games (like The Wheel, I think) you have to use the standard topics.  Others, where sound is an integral part of the game, don't work as well if you've uploaded your own pictures.

Unfortunately my afterschool class are pretty much addicted to Barryfun now and don't want to do anything else.  ::)
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #213 on: April 19, 2011, 06:16:38 PM »
Hiya, new to this group, thought I post my adapted Mario PPT bomb game - The simpsons bomb game! I can't remember who the original creator was... but it took me ages to copy :P

This is a GRADE 2 REVEIW of lessons 1-3

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #214 on: April 19, 2011, 06:18:37 PM »
Did the PPT unload? I can't see it  :-\

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #215 on: April 19, 2011, 06:56:46 PM »
Hey folks

I have an open class coming up in the first week of May, and I feel like I'm a bit strapped for ideas. I made up a ppt for the class, but I don't know if it will suffice.  I have never done a open class before, so I'm a bit nervous.  I've been to a few, and I found that the other English teachers in attendance were a bit harsh.

I attached the ppt, pls let me know what you think.  Any feedback at all would be great.  I'd rather get bashed now, online, then in my actual open class  :)


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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #216 on: April 19, 2011, 08:46:31 PM »
Hello Hoodslang

I have an open class coming up sometime too - my third!  My first went well though everything was a surprise.  My last one was a disaster with the woman from the POE giving me a really really hard time.  Still, I've lived and learned and shall face the next one prepared  ::)

I looked at your powerpoint and it's pretty good.  I'll be stealing your three little 'listen, read and speak' dogs.  They are great.  I'll probably be doing something very similar for that lesson too.

A few of the slides are a little 'busy'.  It's not really an issue, but I think about me learning Korean when I plan lessons.  As I'm the most stupid, slowest language learner on earth I think about what it takes ME to remember anything and then be brave enough to speak it.  Rule number one is minimal information at any one time.  Only what I have to learn should be presented to me at the point when I need to learn it.  So, you want to teach me sweater, show me a sweater and nothing else.  Rule number two is make sure you've taught me the right words before you ask me to use them.  You want me to answer 'what is she wearing' then make sure you've taught me at least a few of the words for the clothing she's wearing. Preferably provide me with a prompt of some kind - a handout I've filled in, the start of the sentence on the board - anything to reassure me that what I'm about to say is the right sentence.

Rule number 3 is MAKE me speak.  I'm going to hang out at the back of the class otherwise, letting all those show-offs answer all the questions.  I really want to speak, but I don't want to be humiliated nor do I want to be ignored. Let me practice quietly first.  Make me speak in a way that I feel comfortable about it and good about myself afterwards. 

It's not clear from your powerpoint how you are going to get students to speak.  First you have some pair work which is good if your class will speak to each other in pairs when you ask (mine wouldn't), but how will you get them to speak to the whole class, giving enough people a chance to demonstrate their newly learned language?  This is where games are useful, getting students caught up enough in the action to shout out those phrases without self-consciousness.  I think the most effective method I've used is a round-robin thing where A asks B a question, B answers and asks C a questions, C answers and so on - groups of 6 or so - then get them to complete the circle against the clock.  Even the most timid have to speak so as not to let the group down and finish fastest.

Anyway, whoever is observing will be looking for clear lesson objectives (which are simple enough if you're working from the book - your objectives are for Ss to be able to use those sentences), keeping the Ss interested and demonstrating learning.   I've had totally different feedback about the optimum level of involvement of the co-teacher - first time it was THE most important thing, second time the POE barely spoke to or mentioned my co-teacher, so I can't help you on that one.

You'll be asked to complete a lesson plan and they expect ridiculous amounts of detail.  It's the Korean way I'm afraid.  Just do it and then forget it - it's horrible speaking from a script as you lose all spontaneity and connection with the class.

Anyway, I might just be waffling now.  Post a lesson plan if you want a review of that too.  Best of luck.
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #217 on: April 19, 2011, 08:49:18 PM »
Grade 2 - Lesson 3
Hi
 I have Found These Links All went Down Very Well i did just Take the Lesson from Here and Amended it using Conversations with these

I totally love these - well, not the 'wassap' actually, that's really annoying - but the others are perfect.  I will have to store them away for next time.  Well spotted hchbabyg84.
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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #218 on: April 20, 2011, 04:10:26 PM »
Just in case anyone else is still doing the 3rd lesson with their 1st graders...
Obviously using the workbook and doing some speaking exercises.
Definitely stole the second half of the powerpoint from here.  I apologize that I've forgotten who, but THANK YOU... the kids LOVE it.

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Re: Middle School English Books (Ji Hak Sa)
« Reply #219 on: April 20, 2011, 05:10:11 PM »
Here's a little review exercise for 2nd graders Lessons 1-3

I plan on making one for 1st and 3rd graders tomorrow.

I can't take credit for the template, but I will mention that this took heaps of time to do today, so I hope others can enjoy it!
The answers to the questions are in the "Notes" section for each slide.

Enjoy!

 

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