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  • Kaybu
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    • September 06, 2010, 06:43:50 am
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(YBM Si-Sa) Grade 4, Lesson 7 - "Is this Your Watch?"
« on: July 04, 2011, 03:10:02 pm »
Hello!

I have attached an Intro PPT that goes over the book vocabulary, which features a "what's missing?" practice section at the end.  whole thing plus explanations takes about 10 minutes.

Also attached is a game I made.  Instead of Pass the Ball, it's Pass the ____ and each slide lists a different item of the students'.  Here are the instructions:

-Use the first slide to explain the game
-Put students in groups if they are not already seated that way -- 4-6 is good.  Give each student a # within thr group (from 1-6).
-Teacher call out a seat # and show the slide (Pass the pencil, etc.).  Tell all students with that # to pick up the item.
-Click to start the music.
-When the music is playing, Ss pass the item around the group.
-Click to go to the next slide and stop music.
-When the music stops, the student with the item at each group stands up.
-Whole class says the question on the next slide (is this your pencil?)
-Each student standing answers with "yes it is" or "no it isn't."  for a more advanced class, have them say "yes it is.  it's mine" and "no it isn't.  mine is (color)."

sorry if that's too much detail!  this worked great today!  we had to make it clear they needed to pass nicely though -- I was worried about them jabbing pencils at each other in their excitement.

*Please link this to the L7 Is this your watch? Thread.  I was not sure how!

enjoy  :)
« Last Edit: November 26, 2012, 02:23:47 pm by taeyang »


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    • September 28, 2010, 03:01:18 pm
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2011, 12:43:13 pm »
my ppt for this lesson. i didn't originally make it, i adjusted it and added a few things here and there


Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2011, 11:12:39 am »
Good power point, thanks so much!  It gets so tedious doing this with good pictures.  I will be using this.  There was one inconsistency between the "No, it isn't" picture and the "Yes, it is phrase" so please check before you use the ppt.  Again, thanks.


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #3 on: July 18, 2011, 02:24:51 pm »
Here is a worksheet and PPT.  On the PPT we added the reading section so we could do the section without using the book.


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #4 on: August 23, 2011, 09:33:32 pm »
GoGo's Adventures 32 is a video that addresses ownership (hers, his, mine, yours). I use GoGo a lot for introduction to new lessons. It helps get the kids focused and is relevant. Just search YouTube for GoGo (32).

It's particularly important to ask recall questions when using GoGo, though.

Hope GoGo helps someone else!! ^^


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #5 on: August 25, 2011, 02:48:59 pm »
As quick, no-prep game idea I'm planning to play I-spy with my students. 

I will choose one student.  That student will come to the front of the class while the rest of the students close their eyes.  The student will walk around and choose one particular vocabulary item (e.g. Johnny's pencil)  from around the room and show it to the teacher.

When the student has returned to their original spot, I will tell the class to open their eyes.  Then, I'll choose students to walk around and choose items from around the room asking "Is this yours?" with student answering "Yes, it's mine." or "No, it isn't." Student who finds original item will then get a turn.

Hope it helps!!  Can get kind of crazy with large classes.  If you have an active co-teacher, I'd recommend getting 2 games going simulaneously. 


  • jit87
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2011, 12:45:42 pm »
Here is a handout we gave to the students.


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    • October 20, 2010, 08:51:13 pm
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #7 on: August 30, 2011, 09:21:59 am »
Lesson 7 simple worksheet


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    • August 31, 2010, 01:49:46 pm
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #8 on: August 30, 2011, 02:40:21 pm »
Hey ya'll~Here's an intro ppt along with a What's Missing game for part 1. Kid's love the what's missing game and it's a great way to practice vocabulary and target sentences. Hope this is helpful!


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #9 on: August 30, 2011, 03:18:52 pm »
Kaybu (and everyone else^^), thank you so much! These ppt's are great, can't wait to use them tomorrow in class. The game is really creative and I know the student's will love it. Thanks again!!


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #10 on: August 31, 2011, 01:44:54 pm »
Simple Zombie game. I took the original idea from someone else on here (can't remember who, but thank you!)and just added rules slide, changed the pictures and added questions. You may want to changed the student's numbers, like if you know your students and want the ones who don't usually participate to answer the questions! ;D


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #11 on: September 01, 2011, 12:30:03 pm »
Here's a fun speaking game to play with the cards from the back of the book, page 157.


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    • March 03, 2011, 11:04:28 am
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #12 on: September 02, 2011, 10:16:29 am »
story time script


  • ichabod13
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #13 on: September 02, 2011, 02:47:48 pm »
Here is an introductory worksheet for the students covering vocabulary, grammar structure, and a word search. This is ideal for students when preparing for their midterm exam.


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #14 on: September 02, 2011, 03:23:53 pm »
does anyone have any activities for the "th" phonics section of this lesson? thanks!


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #15 on: September 02, 2011, 03:28:23 pm »
If you check the 5th grade thread for chapter 9 - "Whose Boat Is This?", there are tons of great material for teaching this lesson.

Depending on your students level, just modify some of the phrases to appropriate difficulty. I particularly recommend the "whose song is it" game, there a few but I found the one with the dog and the students chose a b c d to be particularly good.

Also, as a warmup/closing game idea. I played Heads-up Seven up using different colored markers. Choose 4 or 5 students to be "it", and everyone else puts their heads down and closes their eyes. The students with the markers then quietly sneak around and give their marker to one of the other students who is sitting with their head down/eyes closed. Afterwards they come back to the front of the room. All of the students who have markers stand up and one by one guess who picked them by asking "_____ is this your marker?" and they reply "yes it is / no it isn't" based on if they chose them or not. If the guessing student is correct, they switch places with the person that picked them. Finally, if the person guessed incorrectly, they remain standing and after all students have guessed, they ask "whose marker is this" and the appropriate student answers "it's mine". Rinse + Repeat


  • Paul
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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #16 on: September 02, 2011, 03:38:05 pm »
Cluedo/Battleships Style Game Gameboard ("Lost and Found Game")

This is a simple-ish game that tests the target language "Is this your [._.]?" as well as clarifying responses. To play, print one sheet per student. It is a pair game.

Step 1: Fold the page in half. The lower half is kept concealed, the upper half is public.
Step 2: All students must hide ("lose") their six (6) items on the lower grid. Once done, that is placed firmly down so it cannot be seen.
Step 3: RPS for player order.
Step 4: Player 1 points at a square on the upper page and asks for ANY of the six items, "Is this your [._.]?"
Step 5a: If that is the correct description/placement of the item, then Player 2 responds with "Yes, it's mine." and Player 1 can draw the item in the box. They get 1 point for this.
Step 5b: If that is not the correct description/placement of the item, then Player 2 responds with "No, it's not. Mine is [._.]." and provides any one of the 6 remaining hints (out of the 8: 4 colours and 4 sizes) to Player 1. No points are accrued.
Step 6: Roles reverse and Steps 4 and 5 repeat ad infinitum.

The winner is the first to "return" all six items to their partner, or if time runs out, the player who has "returned" the most items. Unlike the activity in the textbook, this does not require realia sourced from the students, and the potential hassles associated with such an activity. Yes, I know realia is good in theory, but really, in practice, it is a royal pain, and the last thing I wish to deal with is students getting their gear muddled up or accusing each other of theft. Hence this pen and paper based activity instead.

Target language is marked atop the worksheet. Winner is determined by a healthy mixture of luck and strategy.

Also attached is an addendum to the review sheets found here that you can get the students to paste in the inside cover of their books. Its a cute and basic table displaying the relationships between I/my/mine/you/your/yours that hopefully they will refer back to when necessary. It's pretty small so there are four to a page.
« Last Edit: September 02, 2011, 04:16:40 pm by Paul »
More primary school colours and shapes activity ideas and resources than you'd ever need - here
Holy free educational fonts Batman!


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Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #17 on: September 05, 2011, 01:59:24 pm »
The file "GR4L7  Introduction" contains keywords and expressions from the textbook, including the Korean translation. The file also includes a spelling/unscramble section. The second file "Zombie Game" is an updated version of the file originally submitted cammy37. Enjoy!


Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #18 on: September 05, 2011, 02:27:42 pm »
My favorite mario template game for Lesson 7 Grade 4


Re: Grade 4 - Lesson 7 (YBM-SISA) Is this your watch?
« Reply #19 on: September 05, 2011, 03:05:57 pm »
 Thanks to the person who made this bc I am using it for my fifth grade class and I changed it so that I could use it for Grade 4 L7 Is this your watch. (I found it for Lesson 9 Grade 5 Whose boat is this?)