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  • mavsfan5
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(YBM Maria Oh) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "How Many Clubs Do You Have?"
« on: February 28, 2012, 02:04:36 pm »
Three things:

First is the teacher's book for Lesson 2 - How Many Clubs Do You Have at Your School?

Second is a worksheet to go with the first two parts of the lesson. Feel free to modify as you see fit!

Third are the book images for this lesson.

Edit: Added teacher's book in English!
« Last Edit: November 24, 2012, 12:08:12 pm by taeyang »


  • TheWB18
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I like to make as many of the visuals for my unit as I can match.  So, for no particular reason, this unit is Garfield themed.

- Worksheet with target language, vocab, and a short writing activity;
- Vocab PPT;
- Sports Around the World PPT (for Hello World section)
- Garfield Game (if anyone finds glitches, please let me know)

*Thanks to Kramerized for fixing a really, really obvious mistake in my Garfield game, which I've now fixed.
« Last Edit: March 21, 2012, 04:04:57 pm by TheWB18 »


  • mdwv
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    • March 06, 2012, 12:56:45 pm
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Here's a great video for anyone having trouble explaining the difference between this, thst, these, and those...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SjS0xCZJSE


  • knw281
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    • August 31, 2010, 11:50:38 am
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Here is a PPT with three games in it (separated by a blank green slide)
The first is a how many guessing game,
the second corresponds with pg 27, 
the third is "These and Those" game.


Here is a blazing pens I made. The words are scrambled, but not the order of the words in the sentence.


  • Ryan
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Practice PP for main expressions for period 1 and mario game.


  • ichabod13
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    • December 01, 2010, 10:41:25 am
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5th Grade lesson 2
« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2012, 02:56:27 pm »
Here is a worksheet for lesson 2 with a word search, Look and Listen, Your Turn. Enjoy!


  • ichabod13
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HEre is a handout for lesson 2.  It includes Look and Listen, Your Turn, a word search, and key expressions and vocabulary. Use as necessary!

Andrew


  • Kramerized
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    • March 20, 2012, 09:47:54 am
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There were some kinks in the garfield game. Great job on it though. I fixed a few things and added glue to some of the questions.


  • kmfsu32
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Mario game..modify as needed.


Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #10 on: March 21, 2012, 02:57:06 pm »
This video is pretty good. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYD0vKjgmiA

attached is my version of a handout for period 1


Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #11 on: March 22, 2012, 12:59:15 pm »
bomb games were great, but kind of outdated no matter how nice it actually looks. if you can modify the game into a trashball or flick race game. it keeps them much more motivated to participate and practice the language. adding some skill or random chance(mysterybox) really takes the class to the next level.

a nickels worth of advice:
these books have awkward dialog, videos, and animations. if you have fun with it, they will too. I wish they had more cards like the books last year. those were really nice. perforated cards were a godsend form the cutouts of yesteryear.


  • Robotka
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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #12 on: March 22, 2012, 02:43:20 pm »
I found several different Hidden Picture games in various threads, and I've taken elements from 2 or 3 of them to make this one.

I modified the original template to incorporate numbers on each disappearing block, took away the original points element, and added titles to each slide "What is this?" if it's just one thing or "What are these?" if there are several. 

I used pictures from both the original game(s) I downloaded, as well as added some more for the "What are these?" slides. Some of the pictures are a little tricky, but some are really easy. 

Teacher instructions are included on hidden slides, as well as 2 slides without pictures so you can add more.

When I played it, I used my random number "mystery bag" to make the students have to choose more than just the middle boxes.  (There are 35 boxes covering each hidden picture.)

It works best to make the students answer with a full sentence; "It's a dog." or "They are TVs."

EDIT-  Same game with "Rules" slide added has been posted below ↓ ↓ ↓
« Last Edit: March 23, 2012, 03:07:49 pm by Robotka »


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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #13 on: March 22, 2012, 03:31:23 pm »
Here are some entertaining videos for this lesson.

1) Grover (Sesame Street) explaining "Near" and "Far"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZhEcRrMA-M

I showed this at the start of class, then drew a little stick guy on the board and two rectangles (one near the stick guy and one further away).  I had the students tell me which was "near" and which was "far."  Then I asked them which words go with near and far (I said "___ is a book" to elicit "this" and "that", and drew two more rectangles for "these" and "those").  It worked pretty well, and even my co-teacher was cracking up at Grover.

2) The Number Rock Song
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvnwdojAaww

Most students already know numbers up to 20, but a few struggle, so this is a good way to practice/review.  I didn't find any songs I liked for bigger numbers, unfortunately.  (There are a few on YouTube, but they're either incredibly annoying, too juvenile, or just really boring.)

*Helpful tip (from my last year's co-teacher): Practice pronunciation of -teens and -ties as follows
 13 thirTEEN     30 THIRty
 14 fourTEEN    40 FOURty
  ...etc.


  • v_kcin
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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #14 on: March 22, 2012, 03:48:47 pm »
I might be walking into a minefield here, but help me out.

"Play Together 1" on page 21 -> WTF is that?  Am I the only that is really confused by this. The English instructions aren't very clear, and I tried to do it following the Korean instructions with questionable results. What shape is that supposed to be?


So instead of ruining my student's confidence with this one, I just made a "Pass the Ball" game. Give them 2 balls and let them battle it out RPS style, or make them create a dialogue or answer a question.

Another simple listening  activity:
-get each student to have 2-3 pens/pencils in their hands
-ask them to sit in a circle
-when teacher says "What is this / are these?", students  have to hold up the appropriate amount of pencils/pens
-last person to do so or that screws up/hesitates is out
-do it until you have a winner

I also made a survey / writing worksheet for lesson 2.4.
« Last Edit: March 23, 2012, 04:17:00 pm by v_kcin »


  • jurassic82
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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #15 on: March 23, 2012, 11:44:00 am »
Here is a video that I used to teach this, that, these and those. I also attached a worksheet as well. The video was really helpful and well recieved by most of my classes.  ;D

Worksheet

http://www.eslkidslab.com/worksheets/set2/singpluworksheets/demonstrative%20pronouns.pdf



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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #16 on: March 23, 2012, 03:04:34 pm »
I just added a RULES slide to the Hidden Picture Game, which helps explain it to the students without having to start the first picture.  The rules include instructions to draw a random number, so I'm also attaching my number cards template and the "obfuscation page" that I printed on the back.  I then cut out the cards, laminated them, and cut them out again.  Also works great for choosing a random student or students to answer questions/practice dialogs.


Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #17 on: March 25, 2012, 01:08:36 pm »
Here is a ppt that is good for open classes or just a quick review. I figured kids would find the universe fascinating.  :D


  • junie78
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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #18 on: March 26, 2012, 02:06:59 pm »
Thanks a lot!  ;D
I just added a RULES slide to the Hidden Picture Game, which helps explain it to the students without having to start the first picture.  The rules include instructions to draw a random number, so I'm also attaching my number cards template and the "obfuscation page" that I printed on the back.  I then cut out the cards, laminated them, and cut them out again.  Also works great for choosing a random student or students to answer questions/practice dialogs.


  • pbfconnor
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Re: 5th Grade Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have (YBM, Maria Oh)
« Reply #19 on: March 26, 2012, 02:23:16 pm »
Looks like: White background with shapes
Publisher or author: YBM (Maria Oh is an author 오마리아)

Unit 2 - How many Clubs do you have

These are the materials I have prepared for unit 2.

Lesson 1


PPT 1: Grade 5 - Unit 2 - How Many Clubs - Grammar Pt1


This one focuses on the following things:

a) How many ______s do you have?   //// I have _______ ________(s).

b) It also includes two games.

One is a hidden picture games with some examples of clubs that the students might know. Click a square to remove it, click the star to remove all.

The other is a 'guess how many game' ... pictures flash up and vanish again on the click of the 'hint' button. When you press 'show' - the static pictures will be displayed.

The students should guess using the correct grammar structure (I have _____ ______s)

Grade 5 - Unit 2 - How many clubs - Garfield Game


I took this from another user and neatened it up / also added the points allocation system (as that did not seem to be working in the original upload) and added pictures to suit my class. Thanks to the original up loader.

Lesson 2


Grade 5 - Unit 2 - How Many Clubs - Grammar Pt2

a) a quick review of the last lesson
b) Grammar ...

What is this / that. It's a(n) ___________

What are these / those? They are ___________s.

Grade 5 - Unit 2 - How Many Clubs - Shoot Out - Slim Version


There was a problem with the hyperlinks ... updated version Apr 2nd to fix that problem.


I have made a penalty shootout game, it is based on popular template4s (Angry Birds etc) but has videos embedded in it.  This game is a massive 3.3 gigs for the full version (over 100 vids) ... so i made a slim version of it to upload for everyone else ... but even that is over 1 gig in size (40 vids) ... as a result, i can not upload it on here ... so ....

I have made a drop box account, ...

1) Go to www.dropbox.com

2) Log in using the following details
  • UserName/Email: waygook_user@yahoo.com
  • Password: waygookuser2012

3) Download all the files in the folder named 'Penalty Shootout Game'
There are 40 videos and some templates (for classes i have used the game for) - there is also a blank template in there for you to modify as you see fit.
Please be careful not to remove any files from the folder. If you do, other people will not be able to use the game.

4) Put all the files in the same folder - the videos will not play if they are not stored in the same place as the slide show its self.

5) use.

The game works in much the same was as most games on here. Two teams, pick a letter ... this will take you to a question slide - click the question to reveal the answer - if the student is incorrect, click the cross (you will return to the main screen) - if the student is correct, click the check mark. You will be taken to a penalty screen. The team choose a number, each number links to a video - if the player scores a goal, 1 point. If the player misses - 0 points. there are red and yellow cards as well .... I play with a yellow card being - 1 point for the opposing team, and the red card being minus one point for the playing team,

Played it for the first time today, the kids loved it.

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Any suggestions, corrections etc ... please drop me a message, im always looking for ways to improve the lessons.

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« Last Edit: April 02, 2012, 11:55:00 am by pbfconnor »