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Material for Lesson 7
« Last Edit: November 25, 2012, 06:23:53 pm by taeyang »
If you like my material, you  can check out my games page at http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,43821.0.html


  • jaxije
  • Adventurer

    • 54

    • April 29, 2012, 02:32:31 pm
    • Busan
I didn't make most of the PPT but it is pretty awesome for elementary as well as middle school students.   I combined two different PPTs so yes they will look familiar lol.  I did however, tweak the game at the end by changing the rules a but and adding a town to the practice section of the first PPT. I haven't done this with my kids yet, but I think it will work well with them. They are very smart.   So the map is color and number coded. I was in a rush so it isn't perfect, but the color coded squares correlate to the cars. Make up a question for the students and if they answer correctly their car moves forward. That's all.


  • jaxije
  • Adventurer

    • 54

    • April 29, 2012, 02:32:31 pm
    • Busan
Wow  I don't know why it didn't attach, let's try this again.  The first attachment is assuming students know a lot of prepositions. Feel free to tweak it.  My students are really smart, so they know a lot already.  The other two focus more on actually giving directions.


Links to other waygook threads of the same topic:

Last year's national book, Lesson 5: Where is Gyeongbukgung Palace?  http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,1290

The Cheonjae Frances Sohn book, Lesson 3: Where is the Ice Cream Store?  http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,31618.0.html


Below are my materials for the first part of the lesson.  My students are very low level, so I've kept the content to the bare minimum of vocabulary and grammar that they should know by the end of the lesson.  If your students are more advanced, you might want to bulk up the material.


  • Rafaela
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    • 46

    • January 01, 2011, 01:01:54 pm
    • Pyeongtaek
Here is an easy worksheet I created, basically just having the students write the key terms in Korean. My CT checks their work. Also, there is a word scramble and I put in the vocab included in Words Plus to make it more challenging.


  • Lizzy
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    • 44

    • August 29, 2011, 08:27:35 pm
    • Ulsan, South Korea
Blazing pens and mario PPT games.


  • Lizzy
  • Adventurer

    • 44

    • August 29, 2011, 08:27:35 pm
    • Ulsan, South Korea
30 individual bingo sheets (for using the key expression 'where's the ___?'

Board game - In pairs Ss take turns to flick a paper clip from the circle and make a sentence from the picture in the box they land on (e.g. 'go straight and turn left', or 'where's the __?'. Then they write their name in the box to claim it. The person with the most boxes is the winner (adapted from a game I found somewhere else).


  • imasae11
  • Adventurer

    • 64

    • August 25, 2011, 02:35:16 pm
    • Daejeon, South Korea
Here are my introductions and reviews that I created.  Also adding some bomb games as well first bomb game is Mario for this lesson the second bomb game is Doraemon which reviews Lessons 1-7.  Enjoy and feel free to change the powerpoints or tell me what is wrong.

« Last Edit: July 14, 2012, 08:54:20 pm by imasae11 »


Anyone have any good song recommendations for this lesson?


I made this worksheet for the reading portion of the lesson.

They read the directions then fill in the appropriate places on the map.


Here is a PPT for the "th" sound. The book considers the "hard" (voiced) th sound, but I decided to show the difference between "hard" (voiced) and "soft" (voiceless) th sounds.

I used this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ag4qoNzEH4w
just for myself to put together the PPT. The guy explains the differences between the two "th" sounds.

On the 3rd slide of the ppt, get the students to feel their throat as they do the hard (voiced) th sound and the soft (voiceless) th sound. At the last slide, it just goes over some mistakes people make in pronunciation of "th".


  • lilchunsa39
  • Waygookin

    • 10

    • October 05, 2010, 01:38:47 pm
    • Ilsan, South Korea
imasae1... your doraemon review powerpoint game is absolutely AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!! wow~~

thank you so much for all your hard work. my students LOVED IT!! perfect review for the end of the 1st semester :)
thank you!!!!


  • imasae11
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    • 64

    • August 25, 2011, 02:35:16 pm
    • Daejeon, South Korea
imasae1... your doraemon review powerpoint game is absolutely AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!! wow~~

thank you so much for all your hard work. my students LOVED IT!! perfect review for the end of the 1st semester :)
thank you!!!!
Alas, I cannot take credit for the Game template it was made by Sprite06.  Here is his thread: http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140 I just created most of the questions. 
« Last Edit: July 14, 2012, 08:53:17 pm by imasae11 »


  • danakate104
  • Waygookin

    • 12

    • March 02, 2011, 08:46:52 am
    • Busan, South Korea
Jeopardy Review Chapters 1-7
« Reply #13 on: July 17, 2012, 03:10:33 pm »
Play it any way you like. My co and I had each team write the answers on a whiteboard and gave points to all who were right.

**Change the bonus question (my birthday month)**

Thanks to the creator of the jeopardy template:)


  • AndyT910
  • Waygookin

    • 24

    • October 29, 2010, 08:10:09 am
    • Changwon, South Korea
I realized I haven't posted much of the material I used so I'm going to go through and post the decent stuff.

The station activity:  This is pretty good as an end of the lesson activity. The class desks/tables are arranged into 5 groups.  Each student get's a worksheet.  The worksheet should have the 1st ppt slide (the one with the crossword) on one side and the Redo MS word doc on the other. 
Each group of desks "station" should be given a number 1-5 and the students should only complete the part of the worksheet that corresponds with the station that they are at.  Additionally, the PPT slides need to be printed out and placed at the stations.  I usually put 4 at each.  When the student completes the work at one station they should move on to the next, 1 going to 2, 2 going to 3 ect.. They are not in teams and should not wait for their friends to finish.  I usually allow students to work together as long as the groups don't get to big or noisy. When the students finish they bring their paper to me or the KT for grading.  Any mistakes  (I choose to be strict on capitalizing the beginning of sentences and putting a period or question mark at the end.) and the students have to write the answer twice on the back before I will sign off on it.  Perfect scores are rewarded with a stamp, sticker, whatever.  I use this activity at the end of most of the lessons.  It works pretty well and takes about 25 minutes.  Some students won't finish in time.  These students may do better next time if you collect the papers, grade and return them next class.  It's a lot of work grading all of the papers, but it motivates the Ss a lot.  Takes about 25 minutes when the Ss know how it works.  PS. Some of the Korean may may contain typos.  Have your co-teacher look over it before you print.

Pirate Game:  I modified this game from someone else's post. 6 groups of 4ish students.  Each group had a white board.  Before starting the game all of the groups choose a destination and write directions to it.  When it is their turn they tell me the number they want to go to, the color that they want to start at, and then read the directions as a group.  After answering the students should quietly create a new set of directions.  I did an example on the board before starting the game.  IT worked pretty well, but will take at least 30 minutes.


  • trickeye
  • Explorer

    • 5

    • November 16, 2010, 03:13:14 pm
    • Iksan
Unscramble the sentences


  • willba7
  • Adventurer

    • 29

    • August 28, 2012, 01:10:38 pm
    • Angye Elementary
Avengers review game.- mostly lesson 7

I just shifted most of the questions from the Mario game listed earlier. My boys really love this game so I thought it would be a better template for my class. Thank you Mario creator and Avengers template creator!


Here is a map of my town and a practice PPT to go along with it (the map is modified in the PPT because I used the original with my 6th grade class). The empty house at the bottom is where I had my picture (replace it with your own or whatevaaa).

I showed the map on the projector screen and would have one student pick a starting place and the rest of the class direct the student to where he or she wanted to go. I also printed off the map and some cards and had students draw the cards and ask each other "Where is _____?" Here are also some flashcards in case they need to review place names.

Oh... I just realized that I named one file game cards.doc (words) and one Game Cards.docx (flashcards with pictures).


  • djroomba
  • Waygookin

    • 21

    • July 19, 2013, 01:28:48 pm
    • Korea
Here is a PowerPoint containing the dialogues from Chapter 7. The format is taken from another Waygooker (thanks to him!).
There is a Wheel of Fortune game for vocab spelling practice.
Also a map game where students direct each other around the map and when you click on the buildings they get randomized points (in bomb game form).


  • janelle_j
  • Veteran

    • 126

    • March 04, 2013, 12:40:21 pm
    • South Korea
Anyone have any good song recommendations for this lesson?

I pulled these from other threads, and my kids all really seemed to love them.

Cha Cha Slide:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OA03s75xnjs&list=PLqQ0uVPvzX-rroCUT9FhpEa66iBXjlq36&index=115

They Might Be Giants (Uses some key terms in the chorus):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMebRvE9oH0&list=PLqQ0uVPvzX-rroCUT9FhpEa66iBXjlq36

I played the Giants song to warm up, and had them tell me what expressions they heard. Then they did the worksheet. I played the Cha Cha song to pump them up, and then played Save The Princess till the end of class. Students had a great time- Here is everything I used so you can have a fun, easy to prep class!

(Songs, worksheet, and princess game were pulled and modified from other users.)