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Material for Lesson 13
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  • KGrantB
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Here is an intro Powerpoint for the key phrases in the chapter. Two of the slides are jokes using animated gifs. I hope it is useful.


I modified some powerpoints I found on other threads. Hope they help.


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #3 on: November 29, 2012, 09:56:39 am »
Here is a flick the coin game where students have to collect one of each food to win.


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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #4 on: November 29, 2012, 02:44:49 pm »
Here is my ppt for Story A and Story B. I "borrowed" Kgrantb's ppt and incorporated it as review :)

Here is the set up for my ppt:

-Title Slide (Story A)
-Story A Expressions
-Story A Exp. Korean Translation
-Review

-Story B Title Slide
-Story A Expressions Review
-Story B Expressions
-Story B Exp. Korean Translation
-Additional words slide

I use flashcards for definitions. If I find any that are not on the flashcards, I usually add them in with pictures in unit 2.

For the key expressions, I normally explain and act out the expressions with pictures. Then my co-teacher explains and asks questions in Korean, while showing them the expressions line by line.

Hope this helps!  :angel:


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2012, 03:11:29 pm »
Here is a flick the coin game where students have to collect one of each food to win.

Looks like a good game, but not intuitive (to me, at least). I've never done a coin flick game. Do you have any instructions? Thanks...


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #6 on: December 06, 2012, 01:13:39 pm »
Thanks everyone for sharing your materials.

Here is a powerpoint I used in the first lesson to introduce the key phrases, most of which are in Story A.  It would be a good review, too.  The words fly around the screen ("dizzy") and I had teams compete to put together the sentences.

Also, our worksheets for story A and B.


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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #7 on: December 06, 2012, 02:38:06 pm »
Hey I made a revision on my Story A & B ppt. I took out the old review section and added my version of the clap game I got from this site. Essentially it is words with a symbol behind that prompts for a certain action. For the lack of a better title, I just call it Actions with Words...

Anyways, the kids love it. What I did was introduce the symbols and the actions first. I start slow and speed up the tempo. Then I move on to the first expression slide. We do the actions first, then say the expressions without the words, and then together. It gets more complicated as it goes on and requires a little practice.



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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #8 on: December 06, 2012, 03:24:16 pm »
A reading game where the students also have to clap, jump etc. Adapted from a Waygook game from chapter 11. We do a tournament style game with two teams racing against each other at a time to see who can do it the fastest.


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #9 on: December 10, 2012, 12:41:19 pm »
A Simple PPT made to be used for the first or second lesson to remind or teach the kids about vocabulary used whilst eating, I always tried to include amusing pictures to keep the children entertained if at all possible before the game.


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #10 on: December 19, 2012, 09:00:39 pm »
Lesson 8 - 13 Blockbuster Review Game. (no active link to multi-lesson review, so I'm posting here).

Borrowed the game template. Basic review game between 2 teams (for my classes, girls are the red team and boys are the blue team--and each student can only answer once).


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #11 on: February 13, 2013, 11:10:16 am »
Here are some different materials I used for this lesson. 

The first is a powerpoint of B1A4 and PSY having dinner together.  Members of B1A4 ask Psy questions like "Would you like some ddeokbokki?" and the dialogue continues from there...  At the end you'll find some pictures that are helpful for quickly drilling the key expressions. 

The second file is a short Review using pictures followed by a Whiteboard Game with 5 words and 5 sentences for the students to solve. 

Third, for the writing lesson, I had my students make comics using the key expressions.  This PPT is an example of the type of comic they can make.  My example uses SpongeBob and Squidward.  The first few slides are good for review and the last shows what the comic looks like all together.

Fourth is a super-simple grid template you can give your students to make comics like the one mentioned above. 

Fifth=  For more speaking practice, try this dice game!  It uses picture-clues for the students to say expressions like "Would you like some _____?"  "Yes, please" "No thanks."  "I'm full."  "It's spicy." etc.  Some fun bombs and such are included. 

Enjoy!!!


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #12 on: December 06, 2013, 02:54:44 pm »
here are some materials i made for this lesson. Running dictation/dictation relay materials, and also an Omok game.

For running dictation, cut out the sentences and place them around the room. The game is played in pairs. The first student runs to the first piece of paper, and must read and remember what is on it. The first student then runs back to the second student, dictates what they can remember, and then the second student writes down what the first student says. They then swap roles i.e., the writing student now becomes the running student. then they keep alternating roles until they have all 10 sentences written down. first pair of students to get all 10 sentences down correctly wins. if there are any errors (e.g., spelling, punctuation) in the sentences I make them go back and do those again.
 
For the Omok game, if you're not sure of how this is played, here's the Wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gomoku

the game is supposed to be played with tokens, but i just get them to draw an X or O in lieu of that. when they draw their X or O, they have to say the corresponding sentence for all 4 pictures around the point where they placed the X or O. keep the attached ppt up when they are playing this game to help them.
« Last Edit: December 06, 2013, 03:09:39 pm by johnny russian »


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Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #13 on: December 17, 2013, 02:03:52 pm »
If your students haven't already read "Green Eggs and Ham" it is a great book to learn and practice the phrase "would like," and to review past lessons such as likes/dislikes, and prepositions.

I decided to read the story as a class, but you could easily make them read in small groups. The next class, I had them create their own stories based on the book- yielding hilarious results. I am including my lesson plans and materials, so just scroll down after opening the file to get to the worksheets.

Also, don't mind my lesson notes... I was too lazy to delete them before uploading.


Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "Would You Like Some Cake?"
« Reply #14 on: December 08, 2014, 06:52:46 pm »
Mario game to review phrases and tastes along with a word search.
« Last Edit: December 09, 2014, 06:15:17 pm by PsychoGemini »