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Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« on: February 08, 2013, 01:15:50 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for J.L. Haas (2009 edition) Middle School English 1 Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping.  Please share your contributions here. Be sure to explain exactly what you are posting and please do not post multi-level materials in this thread. Also, any review lessons or materials should be posted in the review section for this grade. If you can't find what you're looking for here, be sure to check the previous edition of the book.  Best of luck in your lesson planning!
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  • writerkho
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    • February 29, 2012, 11:17:46 am
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2013, 08:57:00 am »
So, this lesson is a lot like "At the Traditional Market" from the other textbooks, so I just extrapolated what I got from that and made a new lesson.

The Lesson PPT is split between 2 sections meant to cover 2 days. (The second one staring at "Review"). Games are NOT made by me. Credit goes to those creators from "At the Traditional Market" thread.

Whenever a question is asked, I generally allow all the students to talk and say whatever they want as long as the grammar is correct or the answer makes sense.


  • ross.d
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2013, 03:19:57 pm »
PPT focusing on Let's....
PPT game practising let's and WWW


  • Warra
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #3 on: September 13, 2013, 03:16:23 pm »
Here is my PPT with two lessons worth plus a document containing a lesson plan for each lesson in the PPT.
A lot of the content I borrowed from other Waygookers on another thread, including the worksheet which targets the "what are you going to do...?" section.
Hope it helps!


  • GeeWow
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    • April 23, 2013, 09:07:48 pm
Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #4 on: September 21, 2013, 01:07:38 pm »
Thanks everybody! I put some of the previous lessons together into one and added a Running Dictation activity. My students really loved it because they are very competitive. Find attached my ppt, the worksheet and cutouts. The activity is explained on one of the slides at the end.


  • GeeWow
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #5 on: September 23, 2013, 09:12:05 pm »
Hereís the final part of lesson 7. I review and let them do a hands on activity from the dialogues I cut into separate sentences in four separate groupings (refer to worksheets). They should re-arrange it in the correct order and then write it onto the blank worksheet. When done with that I let them play a Baskin Robins game to pick students to read the dialogue in front of the class. Itís explained on the slides. Attachments may need some fine-tuning still.


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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #6 on: June 11, 2014, 11:03:31 pm »
I altered a Kung Fu Panda template for these purposes and then also made my intro for pages 109C and 111C.  Enjoy.


  • adelle56
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #7 on: September 24, 2014, 11:09:26 am »
OK. Think I have enough attachments? Maybe one more? ....

I have the two lessons broken into two different PPTs ("let's go camping" and "Let's go camping_2")

To go along with the first on, is an information gap calender (I have a PDF and a PUB, if you have publisher I suggest you change the names on the calenders to something other than "Zane" and "Jane" These are hard for Korean students to hear the difference!) But anyway students take turns asking "What is ______ (name) going to do on _____ (day)?" Answer: "He is going to ________." They each fill in their calender this way and they are the only once speaking, the teacher just walks around and makes sure they do it!

Also to match the first lesson is a game board, which I actually had them play before the information gap calender. They LOVED this!!! I thought it was just going to take up some time and force them to use the target language, but they were supper competitive with this game! (its the Korean PPT... or it might just have a lot of "?" hehe)

Then the second lesson has a Mario baam game to go along with it. I got the PT from a friend who got it from Waygook somewhere for another topic, but then I changed the question on every slide!! You should change the questions, too, to match the expressions you use. Help them through any question they don't get! There should not be any situation in which they do not get the points after the question!

(PS Please ignore the last activities that take up the last few slides of each PPT, they were possible activities that I never used with any of my classes)
« Last Edit: September 29, 2014, 01:36:48 pm by adelle56 »


Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #8 on: September 25, 2014, 03:21:08 pm »
Lesson worked pretty well. Attached is a lesson, all the slides for a game and a worksheet which I never ended up having time for because the game went so well. Might want to make the game a bit easier for low level first graders. The focus is on the "Let's meet at the..." phrase. In some cases I needed to give the class a refresher on 'before' and 'after'. My advanced students killed it. Hope it helps.


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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #9 on: September 29, 2014, 01:38:48 pm »
Where are all the attachments? Or did I miss them...

do you see them now? they took a few days to be cleared


Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #10 on: October 22, 2014, 01:25:14 pm »
Hello,

References: Making plans, invitations, what, when, where, What shall we do?

I have made 2 games, TV speed quiz and shuffle cups, to follow on from the introductory powerpoints of Geewow and WriterKho respectively. Thank you to you both as well as every other waygook poster who has made my life much more pleasurable and stress free. Both games need dialogue written on the board for the students to follow, inserting the necessary information from the games. My emphasis is on talking so you may want to adapt the games how you see fit. TV speed quiz, they talk 2 at a time from each team. I have also attached a sleeping thors (same as sleeping elephants). I usually make one of these as back up.

Bear in mind I didn't get time to use the shuffle cups, so I made one for the following chapter. If you are torn between that and something else, go for the something else and use it on the next chapter.

As always, check for mistakes and personalised material.

Regards,

Ian


  • shostager
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #11 on: July 30, 2015, 12:02:57 pm »
I have one of those awkward 3-day stretches where I'll teach some of the classes, but not the whole grade, before I go into review, so here's the "enrichment" class I created. It focuses on the "going to" future construction (future plans), and song English.

I used the song "One Day or Another" for this class, and I'm aware that it's a bit stalker-ish, but the 1D version of it is a bit better than the Blondie one in that regard, and I plan to tell the students that the singer is a saesang fan / stalker (and their goal is to follow an artist), and that when they rewrite the chorus, they will choose a better goal.

Also, the song's catchy and has lots of repetition.

Basic Outline:
Intro to the song's title, song English, the premise of the song, listening and gapfill, individual worksheet work (answering Qs, rewriting the song), and partner sharing (song learning, if there's time)


Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #12 on: September 05, 2015, 06:24:48 pm »
I have one of those awkward 3-day stretches where I'll teach some of the classes, but not the whole grade, before I go into review, so here's the "enrichment" class I created. It focuses on the "going to" future construction (future plans), and song English.

I used the song "One Day or Another" for this class, and I'm aware that it's a bit stalker-ish, but the 1D version of it is a bit better than the Blondie one in that regard, and I plan to tell the students that the singer is a saesang fan / stalker (and their goal is to follow an artist), and that when they rewrite the chorus, they will choose a better goal.

Also, the song's catchy and has lots of repetition.

Basic Outline:
Intro to the song's title, song English, the premise of the song, listening and gapfill, individual worksheet work (answering Qs, rewriting the song), and partner sharing (song learning, if there's time)

This seems like a really great idea! I'm definitely gonna try it with my students. You've probably already taught the lesson at this point, but just for future reference & anyone else who uses it, the Korean is "사생팬" (sasaeng fan) not "세상" (world).


Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #13 on: September 09, 2015, 02:18:05 pm »
Worksheets for p108c and p109c.

Didn't bother with a PPT for this lesson. I'll play bingo with some gap fill in the bingo squares.


  • lauragrace
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    • September 16, 2014, 11:48:15 am
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #14 on: September 20, 2015, 02:04:50 pm »
My school is one of the ones trying out the no textbook/no exams type thing. Doesn't really affect me since my co-t still wants me to loosely use the textbook. This is for anyone else in the same boat! Decided to expand on the camping theme of this chapter. T

Hopefully someone can use this!

Part 1
-Video
-Key Expressions
-Flyswatter game

Note: for the flyswatter game you will have to print off the slides at the end of the PPT and post them on your chalk/whiteboard.


Part 2
-Word scramble worksheet
-Review
-Expanding upon key expressions
-RPS game
« Last Edit: September 21, 2015, 02:10:12 pm by lauragrace »


Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #15 on: October 13, 2015, 12:12:26 pm »
Here is my powerpoint. I stretched it out into 2 days.

For the first week, I chose to do the board game (which worked SUPER well) and made a worksheet. For the worksheet, I printed off different hobbies and was going to have the students each pick one. Then everyone had to find someone who had each hobby and have them sign their paper. I didn't actually have time for this worksheet though so I can't say how it worked.

For the second week, I made a listening worksheet for the song "Dancing in the Street." However, at the last minute, I chose to skip this and do the mario bomb game instead and changed it a bit to suit my lesson.


  • Sylvidee
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    • March 02, 2016, 01:42:35 pm
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2016, 02:17:25 pm »
Kung fu Panda-themed lesson for Lesson 7a.

After conversational review of Lesson 6 (Giving advice with "Why don't you...") I go through this ppt, Listen and Talk 1 in the textbook, then the logic puzzle found at the end of the ppt (you can make worksheets by removing the checkmarks and printing the slide out so students can work on it at their desk.

At the end I played the music video for One Day by Matisyahu which shows strangers paying forward a good deed. I would pause the video throughout and ask "What is he/she going to do?" after the students guessed, we would watch to find out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYRS4FQXZrk


  • msizzle
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    • May 10, 2016, 10:35:44 am
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #17 on: September 30, 2016, 09:32:07 am »
I used a few slides from someone else, but for the most part I created this. Below is my Lesson for the Listen and Talk 2 Section on page 109. Hope this helps.



  • Palustris
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    • August 30, 2016, 10:42:17 pm
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #18 on: December 02, 2016, 08:34:23 am »
For part 1 of this lesson ("be going to"):
--Show Adam Thomas' future tense video to link "I will" with "I'm going to."
--Show pictures of people and animals about to do things and ask them to describe. I give the students a list of subjects and actions to use to make it easier for them. I just have students raise their hands and volunteer to answer for a candy-redeemable-sticker. With a higher-level class, I might play this "hot seat" style, with teams describing the picture to students at the front who race to write the sentence.
--Then we make paper fortune tellers. I have one pre-made with silly fortunes that I model with my co-teacher first. My students needed lots of examples written on the board, but most of them managed to successfully write/copy eight fortunes. (My favourite... "You are going to walk on Lego.")


  • Palustris
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    • August 30, 2016, 10:42:17 pm
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Re: Lesson 7: Let's Go Camping
« Reply #19 on: December 15, 2016, 01:56:36 pm »
For part 2 of this lesson (making plans):
--Intro PPT

--"Stop the murderer" game - basically modified Clue. Students are in teams of 3. Each team has 1 activity, location, and time. I keep three "secret" cards. They have to walk around the class and say the dialogue to find out which cards the other teams have, until they figure out which cards are missing through elimination. I offered the first team to finish a prize and told them not to show their cards without being asked the questions since that would give the other teams an advantage. It worked okay and most teams in each class were actually participating properly.

--"I'm going on a picnic" game for classes that finished the murderer game early (not many). Just make up a rule for each slide (e.g. only items with 3 letters, only green items, only animals, only round things, etc) and ask kids what they are going to bring. Kids whose items fit the rule can come on the picnic, and kids whose items don't fit cannot. Keep going until some kid gets it and yells out the rule.