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Material for Lesson 10
« Last Edit: November 25, 2012, 06:24:59 pm by taeyang »
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  • willba7
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    • August 28, 2012, 01:10:38 pm
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PPT review game
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2012, 09:03:26 am »
This is simply a minecraft ppt game I downloaded from waygook and altered to review the material covered in Lessons 10.1, 10.2, and 10.3. Thanks to the original creator.


<Activity 1:> Powerpoint presentation
Use the powerpoint presentation attached to teach many verbs. It may need to be shortened or simplified.

<Activity 2> Brainstorming verb endings
Students are encouraged to use their book and their memories of other words to come up with a list of regular verbs. Well try for at least 10.

The words the students say will then be categorized into three groups. Endings that sound like ed, endings that sound like t and irregular endings (if there are any).

Some verbs to use:
Made, took, walked, washed, watched, cleaned, read, studied, visited, played, went, brushed, carried, closed, combed, cooked, counted, danced, dropped, finished, helped, cried, climbed, jumped, learned, listened, lived, opened, painted, planted, played, pulled, pushed, remembered, returned, looked, prayed, saved, screamed, showed, smelled, smiled, stayed, stopped, studied, talked, traveled, walked, watched, started, tasted, worked.

Try to get the students to come up with some rules for the sounds of the endings. Why is walked pronounced the way it is and why is tasted pronounced the way it is?
<Activity 3: Charades>

Students describe the steps in a process after their classmate acts it out.
One student will be given three different actions to perform. He/she will act them out in order.
Their teammates will describe the actions using the simple past.
Each team gets one point for each action they describe correctly, using the simple past.
For example. I brushed my teeth.

Phrases to use:
I read a book.
I took a walk with my puppy.
I played basketball.
I played baseball.
I visited my grandma.
I made songpyeon.
I made sandwiches.
I studied English.
I went to the zoo.
I played piano.
I played soccer.
I watched a movie.
I cleaned my room.
I played chess.
I washed my face.
I carried a backpack.
I closed the door.
I combed my hair.
I cooked soup.
I danced.
I finished my homework.
I cried.
I climbed a tree.
I climbed a mountain.
I opened my Chuseok presents.
I painted a picture.
I planted a flower.
I prayed in church.
I screamed at my brother.
I smelled a flower.
I smiled at my brother.
I traveled to the beach.
I walked to the store.
I watched a movie.


  • willba7
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    • August 28, 2012, 01:10:38 pm
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Wordsearch


  • badbuzz
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    • February 16, 2012, 07:46:40 am
I got this from another thread and it had a really low download and view count.
It uses Pixar's short movies and a worksheet to review the past tense.

I can't find it to credit the user who made it but it's too good not to share.

I edited the worksheet slightly to add a word selection box.


  • willba7
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    • August 28, 2012, 01:10:38 pm
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Simple sentence unscramble and crossword puzzle.


  • specter13
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    • November 29, 2010, 10:00:26 pm
    • Seoul South Korea
This isn't much but here is the blazing pens game with verbs and a few sentences from this this lesson.


My coteacher has begun a campaign heavily focused on writing activities, so here are the worksheets I've created for Story A and Story B.   You can find the text in both languages on the CD if your coteacher is absent from class.

I've made them half sheets, so the students can glue them into their textbooks or English notebooks after they've been completed.  My coteacher often assigns homework to write each incorrect answer x amount of times in their notebook.


  • juliana.ip
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    • August 29, 2011, 08:05:33 am
    • Hoengseong, Gangwon, South Korea
Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #8 on: December 18, 2012, 03:53:55 pm »
For the final unit:

- students had to write a short blog about their summer holidays (we had this lesson just after it).

Review past tense.
Brianstorm what they did for summer.
I told them what I did for my summer. (example blog)
Now it's their turn.



Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #9 on: September 17, 2013, 04:22:40 pm »
since this lesson seems to be lacking a bit in intro PPTs i put together one myself (attached). because the school at which i teach this textbook has seen fit to not bless me with either a textbook or a teacher's guide (Korean english education WINNING!), i have no idea what the actual target vocab and phrases are. so i put the vocab and phrases from the Blazing Pens game posted in this thread in the PPT. enjoy!


  • ilovecbc
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #10 on: September 27, 2013, 10:02:57 am »
I've borrowed tons of stuff from this site, and am slowly but surely trying to donate my share of resources too. I made this yesterday, and thought I'd post it here, especially cause this unit doesn't have much on the waygook site.

This is a mystery Whodunnit Activity. The PPT explains the mystery to the kids (you can make the crime whatever you like, really). I made 8 suspect profiles. The ss have to collect info about all the suspects (info is focused on past simple verbs and also some description which they learned in Unit Whatever). We have 4 tables in our class, so I split those 4 groups in half and had 2-3 ss fill out the info for 4 suspects. Then they all came back together at their tables and I revealed the 4 clues. The ss had to figure out who the robber was. Everyone was really engaged and it took close to 20 minutes to complete.

Also, I stripped this PPT template from another user so thanks to whoever that was~!


  • smurdock83
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    • July 05, 2012, 11:58:14 am
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #11 on: October 08, 2013, 02:14:35 pm »
Complete Lesson 10 PPT. I would suggest adding in some vocabulary and key phrase slides if you don't have them on a seperate PPT. Hope it helps! ;D


  • Tamryn5
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #12 on: October 16, 2013, 01:45:18 pm »
Here is a dictation relay activity based on story A. Numbers with sentences are put up around the classroom. Students work in pairs. One student will go up and read the sentence and then dictate it to their partner. The parter will write the sentence down. They will then switch roles and the other student will go find a sentence. Once the team is finished they will sit with their hands on their heads. When everyone is finished we will then play story A and the students have to reshuffle the sentences into the correct storyline.


  • janelle_j
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    • March 04, 2013, 12:40:21 pm
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #13 on: November 05, 2013, 08:22:56 am »
I taught this near Halloween and wanted the lesson to be related to the holiday. I found this great Halloween story online, and simplified it for my students.

First, I read the story, then I had the students read by taking turns. I checked for comprehension by having them answer the questions. Then had them them underline all the verbs in the past tense, and I checked their answers.  I told them they would have to write the ending to the story. I gave them some easy prompts, and made sure they knew what they meant. Then we brainstormed some other words they could use (ghost, zombie, died, etc...) Then I let them go for it.  At the end of class I collected the papers and corrected any errors. Then I gave them back, and let the students volunteer to read their stories to the class.

As my KT and I only teach 15 minutes each (not including warm up and wrap up), this lesson took about three days. 1 day to read and check for understanding, 1 day to brainstorm and write, and one day to read their stories.

My KT taught them "Because You Loved Me" by Celine Dion and most of the students really liked it. I also made a short board game as a filler.

Happy lesson planning!

***edit***
I forgot to mention that my KT originally fought me on the Halloween story. She had no problems reading the story, but when it came to writing... "It's too difficult." No. I disagree. The only thing difficult about it, is that the children actually have to use their imaginations. A very important thing to develop IMO. Just model how to make a sentence, perhaps write a few monsters on the board, and let them go. My students came up with some great stories- although some of my low level students only wrote one or two sentences.  Point is: they won't learn anything new unless you challenge them too!
« Last Edit: November 05, 2013, 12:14:25 pm by janelle_j »


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #14 on: October 01, 2014, 10:57:59 am »
I've borrowed tons of stuff from this site, and am slowly but surely trying to donate my share of resources too. I made this yesterday, and thought I'd post it here, especially cause this unit doesn't have much on the waygook site.

This is a mystery Whodunnit Activity. The PPT explains the mystery to the kids (you can make the crime whatever you like, really). I made 8 suspect profiles. The ss have to collect info about all the suspects (info is focused on past simple verbs and also some description which they learned in Unit Whatever). We have 4 tables in our class, so I split those 4 groups in half and had 2-3 ss fill out the info for 4 suspects. Then they all came back together at their tables and I revealed the 4 clues. The ss had to figure out who the robber was. Everyone was really engaged and it took close to 20 minutes to complete.

Also, I stripped this PPT template from another user so thanks to whoever that was~!

This is a great activity! Thanks!


  • pistons88
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #15 on: October 08, 2014, 03:16:56 pm »
bomb game found on Waygook that I revised to review this lesson.


  • truongt
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #16 on: October 14, 2014, 10:06:56 am »
Uno for this period.

The borrowed the card template from another user, but added in different images and sentences. I included a couple extra cards, so you can pick and choose which sentences you want to use.

I'm also including an instruction PPT that I made and modified for my classes. It should help clear up any confusion your kids might have about the special cards (+2, Reverse, Skip, Wild, Wild +4).


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #17 on: October 15, 2014, 08:12:50 pm »
A code breaking writing activity.

Seven sentences are written using the non-conjugated verb, the words are also scrambled. The students must decode the sentence, then unscramble the words and put the verb in past tense.

Both word and pdf docs. The second page of the document is just the key.


  • nadinea
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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #18 on: October 24, 2014, 02:36:17 pm »
there are cards in the book with pictures on the front and sentences on the back in this lesson.  Is there some way to get these images from the disk?  I would like to use the same images in the book for my ppts.

Any help would be appreciated.
« Last Edit: October 29, 2014, 07:34:00 am by nadinea »


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 10 - "How Was Your Chuseok?"
« Reply #19 on: November 26, 2014, 02:37:55 pm »
Some vocab practice.
Click on the present tense words to reveal the past tense form.