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Here are some videos I found that are perfect for this lesson.
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2011, 11:09:06 pm »
Another one.
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2011, 11:09:50 pm »
The last one, which is really good, is too large to upload so here's the link.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOXbPH8sYb8
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2011, 01:14:35 am »
Here's a practice powerpoint with matching survey activity/competition.
Pretty self explanatory.
I created name cards so they can't cheat on the survey.
You just have to print and laminate.

Probably good for period 1 or 2.

Enjoy!
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2011, 10:17:18 pm »
I didn't make this, tweaked it a lot though.
A review of countries.
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2011, 06:17:10 pm »
Spongebob for period 2 or later.
Slides 45 and 63 need to have pics and info added. I had pics of people I knew and my kids knew. I don't think my CT wants her picture all over the internet, so I took those out; the rest is done.
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #6 on: February 07, 2012, 09:04:29 am »
Here is a work sheet I will use for the 1st lesson.  and a review game from last year to get there memory going.

this website is also awesome.  get the kids to find a country you say for points or prizes.  most kids wont know anything.

http://www.kbears.com/continents.html
« Last Edit: February 07, 2012, 09:41:19 am by miriah.lawrence »


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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #7 on: February 09, 2012, 11:38:03 am »
worksheet


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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #8 on: February 09, 2012, 03:02:12 pm »
I haven't tried this lesson yet, I hope it works! I used High Town cards from Mes English http://www.mes-english.com/games/hightown.php and common ideas from other people for my planning.

1. Print out HT cards, cut and leminate.
2. Introduce vocabulary like Surname, date of birth, place of birth etc, short forms might help(DOB, POB) kids like things like these,age, height etc,  how old/tall are you will be your main questions...
3. Distribute in small groups, equal number each group, I prefer 5 or more each and 1 card a round.
4. Teams pick one card, give them time to talk about their cards and choose one memmber to represent them.
5. That member will stand up and be the person on the card ("I'm Bob" if the card says Bob, I'm from Canada if the card says so).
6. Let other students ask them the target questions, (what's your name, where are you from?) each member answers in full sentences, 
7. Standing members play Rock, papper, scissors and the winner will choose between Height and Age which will determine the winner, again, let other students ask the quetions, how old are you or how tall are you .   

The oldest or tallest wins and 5 points will be given to their group.  They get to keep the cards from the lost teams and each card is worth a point.

NB! in other rounds you can get them to change and use "this is.....and she's from, introducing the prson on the card.
The game continues in rounds and the group with more points wins.

Conlusion can be filling in forms about themseves and answer questions from the teacher randomly.
That's all I can do with my short time, if you have more time you can add more.

I hope it helps...
 

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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2012, 09:20:08 am »
Here is a ppt for lesson one and a game that goes with it. I adapted them both to the new lesson from the old 6th Grade Lesson 1. For an introduction and attention grabber for this lesson I plan to use the Animanics - Nationss of The World video from youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDtdQ8bTvRc


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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #10 on: February 21, 2012, 12:18:53 pm »
Lesson 1
I`m from Brazil


Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #11 on: February 21, 2012, 01:40:06 pm »
I will be using these resources for Lesson 1 - 2nd Period.  I have adapted and used some resources found already on here and credit goes to those teachers.  Hope it helps someone out.


Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #12 on: February 21, 2012, 03:16:47 pm »
Hi,

Some resources and lesson plan for 3rd period of lesson 1.  Credit to those who created the PPT's I have adapted.



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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #13 on: February 23, 2012, 12:43:15 pm »
These are some other materials I found and tweeked to fit this lesson.  It's my first time to teach out of this book and it seems very simple and easy. So attached are extra materials to keep the class fun and interesting.

 :)  roleplay dialogues for reporter interviews about countries.

 :) Modified Introduction Worksheet

 :) Pirate Game Practice

 :) Writing Game/ sentence grammer and reviews the lessons sentences.

Feel free to modify and pass along.

Enjoy
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #14 on: February 26, 2012, 05:08:05 pm »
Here's a homework assignment useful for any period. I only give them home 2 times during a lesson, so I'm using this 1st period.
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #15 on: February 26, 2012, 05:39:13 pm »
Has anyone figured out how to condense these lessons into less than 7? They're already so packed in with material that even with deleting certain sections from my lesson plan, I still find I don't have time to add more sections from the next period to condense. It was easier with last year's book, but this one is so tightly designed (which I guess is a sign of its thoroughness) I can't seem to fit anything in without losing my kids entirely. The chants suck but they seem to have some value so I am hesitant to drop them.  Not to mention 7 is an awkward number.  Anyone??
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #16 on: February 27, 2012, 03:01:43 pm »
Here is the vocab sheet for this lesson as well as a role play I made up to go with it. I may be blind but I don't see a role-play in the book, and my kids love role play (and are used to doing one) and they got a lot out of it (and I get amusement hehe), so I created one.
In the scenery wording, I plan on having my CT translate it, I recommend this. I will post a new version if she gets to do it before classes begin.

Enjoy!
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #17 on: February 27, 2012, 03:12:46 pm »
Has anyone figured out how to condense these lessons into less than 7? They're already so packed in with material that even with deleting certain sections from my lesson plan, I still find I don't have time to add more sections from the next period to condense. It was easier with last year's book, but this one is so tightly designed (which I guess is a sign of its thoroughness) I can't seem to fit anything in without losing my kids entirely. The chants suck but they seem to have some value so I am hesitant to drop them.  Not to mention 7 is an awkward number.  Anyone??

My co-teacher and I just discussed that. Originally, I thought combining Periods 1 & 2 would be good, but we decided to take both periods slowly and introduce it thoroughly. We're going to teach all our 3rd & 4th Periods together since they are the easiest. Periods 5 & 6 seem like they have the most content and the most ability to expand, so we're going to just squeeze the Check Up (Period 7) into the end of Period 6. In review, we'll do

Class 1: Period 1
Class 2: Period 2
Class 3: Periods 3 & 4
Class 4: Period 5
Class 5: Periods 6 & 7 with the lion's share devoted to 6

I doubt this is ideal, but we couldn't see any better solution. If students can't do the Check Up very quickly by the end of Class 5, it's unlikely they'll learn it without some major personal attention.



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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #18 on: February 27, 2012, 03:12:46 pm »
I took Caesardust's lesson plan format (thank you!) and created my 1st period lesson plan with it. I know they are supposed to learn "How do you spell your name?" in 2nd or 3rd period but my students already know  "how do you spell that?" so I am teaching "can you spell that for me?" in 1st period.

EDIT:
I've added 3 more period lesson plans. I've condensed the lessons down to 4 for now, and am using two additional periods for cultural/conversation projects and the other period for grammar.
I'll add those plans when I finish them.
Enjoy!
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Re: 5th grade, Lesson 1, I'm From Brazil 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
« Reply #19 on: February 27, 2012, 06:08:17 pm »
Has anyone figured out how to condense these lessons into less than 7? They're already so packed in with material that even with deleting certain sections from my lesson plan, I still find I don't have time to add more sections from the next period to condense. It was easier with last year's book, but this one is so tightly designed (which I guess is a sign of its thoroughness) I can't seem to fit anything in without losing my kids entirely. The chants suck but they seem to have some value so I am hesitant to drop them.  Not to mention 7 is an awkward number.  Anyone??

My co-teacher and I just discussed that. Originally, I thought combining Periods 1 & 2 would be good, but we decided to take both periods slowly and introduce it thoroughly. We're going to teach all our 3rd & 4th Periods together since they are the easiest. Periods 5 & 6 seem like they have the most content and the most ability to expand, so we're going to just squeeze the Check Up (Period 7) into the end of Period 6. In review, we'll do

Class 1: Period 1
Class 2: Period 2
Class 3: Periods 3 & 4
Class 4: Period 5
Class 5: Periods 6 & 7 with the lion's share devoted to 6

I doubt this is ideal, but we couldn't see any better solution. If students can't do the Check Up very quickly by the end of Class 5, it's unlikely they'll learn it without some major personal attention.
mkilbride, thanks so much!
Did you cut anything out of each section? For example, I almost never use the book games and instead do board games where the kids can fully interact with the language. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!  ;D
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