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The lesson is based on Palmistry. The PPT and Worsheet are leveled for three different levels of students. FYI my students are very low level.

Here's the deal:

Part 1: I introduce what Palmistry is. I tell the Ss what the class schedule is as to lower the Affective Filter. I then get into the names of the seven different lines found on the hand. The Students are this point are staring at their hands, talking with their friends and trying to figure out what it means!

LL Students: team with white board write down the answer.

HL Students: use as a review. individual S raise hand and answer for point/candy

Teacher shouts a Line name to the teams.

LL Students: Student teams have one student run up and write down 1 or 2 letters of the line name. S runs back and gives the chalk to the next S on their team. First team that finishes gets a point.

LL/IL Students: Student teams draw a hand on their whiteboards (A4 paper can also work). PPT slide has the Line name, first team to draw the line correctly on their "white board hand" gets a point

Now that we know the line names and where they're located, we need to begin to describe the lines. The PPT is pretty thorough and describes the differences. Have the Ss follow along with their worksheets. Notice #7 is blank, for a reason as it's "hard to see" - when making copies perhaps you can draw it in pencil?

Il/HL Students: Students practice describing the lines of three principle lines: Life, Head and Heart. Some of the answers can be changed based on your personal description of each line.

Then we get into

We begin with the Heart Line. Based on what kind of line it is (description), the S will have a different fortune. Some of the terminology my be too difficult, but doable with a Korean English teacher.

-The Ss teams have to write down or say what kind of line it would be. For example in the first slide the Heart Line fore tells heartbreak and independance. What kind of lines are these.

Finally we get into Your Fortune

-In this part the students have to write down on the paper what kind of lines they find on their hand. Then they write in the blank spaces what their fortune will be. A closing piece for discussion could be "is this true, will it come true, what do you think, etc."

P.S. Here are some videos to go with your lesson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQUBRP2Uyio

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2r9WCqExfZ0

Why am I posting this bomb-lesson? KARMA!!!!

This lesson will be an instant success with your students! :o

The lesson is based on Palmistry. The PPT and Worsheet are leveled for three different levels of students. FYI my students are very low level.

Here's the deal:

Part 1: I introduce what Palmistry is. I tell the Ss what the class schedule is as to lower the Affective Filter. I then get into the names of the seven different lines found on the hand. The Students are this point are staring at their hands, talking with their friends and trying to figure out what it means!

**Games**(FYI use the Big Wheel PPT when doing these games to give more variation to possible points**Spelling Game:**LL Students: team with white board write down the answer.

HL Students: use as a review. individual S raise hand and answer for point/candy

**Spelling Race**Teacher shouts a Line name to the teams.

LL Students: Student teams have one student run up and write down 1 or 2 letters of the line name. S runs back and gives the chalk to the next S on their team. First team that finishes gets a point.

**Draw the Line**LL/IL Students: Student teams draw a hand on their whiteboards (A4 paper can also work). PPT slide has the Line name, first team to draw the line correctly on their "white board hand" gets a point

Now that we know the line names and where they're located, we need to begin to describe the lines. The PPT is pretty thorough and describes the differences. Have the Ss follow along with their worksheets. Notice #7 is blank, for a reason as it's "hard to see" - when making copies perhaps you can draw it in pencil?

Describing LinesDescribing Lines

Il/HL Students: Students practice describing the lines of three principle lines: Life, Head and Heart. Some of the answers can be changed based on your personal description of each line.

Then we get into

**Telling the Future:**We begin with the Heart Line. Based on what kind of line it is (description), the S will have a different fortune. Some of the terminology my be too difficult, but doable with a Korean English teacher.

**Telling the Future Game**-The Ss teams have to write down or say what kind of line it would be. For example in the first slide the Heart Line fore tells heartbreak and independance. What kind of lines are these.

Finally we get into Your Fortune

-In this part the students have to write down on the paper what kind of lines they find on their hand. Then they write in the blank spaces what their fortune will be. A closing piece for discussion could be "is this true, will it come true, what do you think, etc."

P.S. Here are some videos to go with your lesson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQUBRP2Uyio

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2r9WCqExfZ0

Why am I posting this bomb-lesson? KARMA!!!!