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Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« on: March 07, 2012, 10:15:14 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for Thomas Orr Middle School English 1 Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss.  Please share your contributions here~!
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  • MissC
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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2012, 11:22:17 am »
official lesson plans and word list


Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2012, 11:55:51 am »
Hey all, here is my stuff for Grade 1, lesson 10 - part 1 ONLY of the speak out. Powerpoint covers basic phrases. Introduction with Beatles (I want to hold your hand), then examples and some games. Worksheet to go with the ppt - find attached. I haven't taught it yet cause students have mid-terms so let me know how it goes! Hope it helps someone :)


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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2012, 12:47:01 pm »


This is a paragraph using all the vocabulary words and most of the expressions. Maybe someone can jazz it up.


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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2012, 09:30:56 am »
Hey all, here is my stuff for Grade 1, lesson 10 - part 1 ONLY of the speak out. Powerpoint covers basic phrases. Introduction with Beatles (I want to hold your hand), then examples and some games. Worksheet to go with the ppt - find attached. I haven't taught it yet cause students have mid-terms so let me know how it goes! Hope it helps someone :)

This lesson is great.  You saved my butt since I don't have a grade 1 book and have open classes all day Wednesday.  Definitely open-class worthy. Thank You Thank You Thank You!  Trying it out today.


Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2012, 04:34:41 pm »
Busan_Starr, thanks for the great powerpoint.

I made my own presentation but stole your game at the end for a quick time kill.

So...there's a presentation, a worksheet and Busan Starr's game.

Also there's a part where I point out the difference between want and will. For that part I used a picture of myself, which I didn't include here, so you'll wanna insert your own.


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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #6 on: October 17, 2012, 10:37:03 am »
Hello,

   I made this simple PowerPoint for the Speak Out section of "Will you do me a favor".  I am planning to have one student ask another student to do the task that is on the PowerPoint.  When they complete the task, the student that completed the task, gets to choose the next person to do a new task.  I hope that this helps someone.


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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #7 on: October 17, 2012, 10:43:55 am »
http://prezi.com/ui0xj9adbpyf/g1-l10-what-do-you-want-to-do/

My prezi for the 1st part of the speaking section.


Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #8 on: October 18, 2012, 12:37:27 pm »
I found this worksheet for teaching "favors" and it was simple enough for my students to grasp.

As for a game- I used what I know as a "Crock Pot" game. I had each student make up a silly/funny request (ie- rub your belly, pat your head or hop up and down 3 times or go hug the teacher) on a small piece of paper and folded up (no names and also don't let them see their friends requests either!).
Everyone then put their piece of paper into a bag I brought with me. Mixed up the requests and had then one at a time draw a request out of the bag. They then had to act out the request- whatever it was!

It confused a few of the lower level students in my class, but the rest had a blast (especially the boys). I did run into a problem with the more shy students- who had the option to opt out of the request they picked if they did a request from the teacher instead (which I made simple or less terrifying like "open/close" the door).


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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #9 on: October 23, 2012, 10:58:22 pm »
http://prezi.com/3ih3lqr1_mqj/g1l10-b-will-you-do-me-a-favor/

Prezi for "Will you do me a favor" section


Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #10 on: October 26, 2012, 08:35:50 am »
ppt for part B of the Speak Out Section
도움 요청하기
Will you do me a favour?

The font I used is bmJapan and you can download it from dafont.com
otherwise, just change the font in the ppt to whatever you like.

Extra note.
The slips of paper that the Ss wrote out were kept for an extra writing activity at the end.
Students had to write a dialogue using the "Can you ~?" sentence.


Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #11 on: October 29, 2012, 10:59:03 am »
Thanks! I used some of the above materials and have also made a lyric gap fill worksheet for "I Want to Hold Your Hand." I feel like the gap fill sheets work better when I show a YouTube video with the lyrics for them to follow. This one (despite showing "I wanna" instead of "I want to") was the best I could find. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_kGq_kgATU


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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #12 on: November 20, 2012, 03:00:20 pm »
Here are my lessons for 10 part A and part B

Part A Also attached is a simple "rock paper scissors" game (2 teams, play rock papers scissors, loser reads question and winner says answer, loser follows through with the action)

Part B Game 4X4 (Korean = BINGO) Slide 83... 2 teams given 2 different colors. When you are in full screen on ppt, you can click left bottom corner for the screen to select a pen/highlighter and you can also change the color. Then you can color the boxes that the students pick.



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Re: Lesson 10: You Can Be a Little Gauss
« Reply #13 on: December 13, 2012, 11:43:43 am »
My classes are split in to levels. A and B.

Part 2: The Activity book.
My classes are divided into 6/7 teams of 6.
The parts that only have pictures is the Q&A section.
Two people from each team have a turn to Q&A, one asks the question (what do you want to be? etc) and the other Answers based on the picture on the screen (I want to be a doctor)