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Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« on: February 16, 2013, 07:38:21 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for 이재영/Jay Robert Fraser (천재 교육) Middle School English 1 Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up! 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.  Best of luck in your lesson planning!
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Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2013, 03:11:08 pm »
Here is my ppt that relates to the theme of pollution/environmental problems and covers the grammar function of past tense (regular & irregular) verbage. Strayed away from that whole fairy tale vibe . . .

(I didn't attach the videos that are cued to play in the ppt, but I did include YouTube links.)
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Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2014, 02:23:48 am »
My teaching style may be different from yours.  One week, I do the text book.  Depending on the school, "Let's Communicate" or "Listen and Speak" will be my responsibility.  I cover that for maybe 20 to 30 minutes depending on the students level.  After that, I play a game or do short power points summarizing these phrases or themes.  The second week, I do my own original lessons based on the theme of the chapter. 

As for the theme lessons, I already have Power Points for some of them. 

Anyways, this is a textbook week lesson.  First, I do my section of the book.  Then, I go into this power point for the rest of the class.  The textbook usually takes most of the time in class.  (I usually make them large enough to not finish in class.  But, I'd rather have too much than not enough.)  The next week, I will do a more detailed lesson about the "Environment" for the full class.

I do sometimes copy other people's material and blend it with my own original work.

Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #3 on: February 28, 2014, 02:34:40 am »
This too.

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Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #4 on: May 27, 2014, 03:02:01 pm »
My material so far for this lesson.

A bingo/mingling activity and a jigsaw (students in groups of 3/4).

I found this nice stop motion video on youtube aswell.

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Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2014, 09:32:44 am »
I had three teaching periods to kill for this lesson so I edited this angry birds bomb game template (with scoreboard) for the end of Lesson 5. 

Thanks to the others for posting the review powerpoints and summer nights material, these went down well in my classes.

Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #6 on: June 13, 2014, 09:48:02 am »
This is a Bingo game I threw together real quick by modifying a Bingo game from Lesson 2.

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Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #7 on: June 11, 2015, 11:09:30 pm »
Hi tak,

I'm interested in doing the Jigsaw activity with my class but can't figure out how it works. Could you (or anyone else) give me some pointers?

Thanks in advance  ;D

Hello Jharris,

You cut up the cards.
Put the class into groups of 3 or 4. (if a group has 3 students then 1 student has to read 2 cards) This doesn't take long as the students already know their designated groups for group activities, so I just say "In your groups."

Ask the groups to assign letters to themselves.
Check with a quick hands up who the student As, Bs, Cs, and Ds are.
Get your classroom helpers to give out the cards.

In groups, student A reads his/her card (just one sentence, question 1), then student B, then student C, finally student D. Each student reads a sentence. On their own the individual sentences don't lead to a clear answer, but read all together the answer should be more obvious. Each student can only read his/her sentence, they have to listen to the other 3 sentences.

E.g. Question 3
Student A: I'm in bed.
Student B: I'm asleep.
Student C: I'm a young woman.
Student D: Who am I?

Answer = Sleeping Beauty

The answers:
1. Park
2. Museum
3. Sleeping Beauty
4. Trash / Rubbish
5. Newspaper
6. Meal
7. Sore throat
8. Zoo

If the students give a different answer, but can argue why it's right then I let them have a point for their alternative answer. E.g. some students answered 6. as Rice. My students are generally more beginner level. You can change the sentences to be more demanding.

I've slightly changed the jigsaw files now, I use a great template from Aklimkewicz. I'll attach them below. The PPT copy is put on the monitor to explain the activity to the class and check the answers at the end. The SS copy is the student worksheet you cut up and give out.

Sorry for the long-winded explanation.
BTW thanks for uploading your fantastic input PPTs, they're always a hit.
« Last Edit: June 12, 2015, 11:13:58 am by tak »

Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #8 on: March 23, 2016, 08:04:13 pm »
Modification of other lessons, some of my own material, and a quiz based on words and expressions from the book.

If someone wants to do a similiar style modifying this material for grades two and three, I'd sure appreciate it.  It's a lot of work here.  Ha ha.

Kids sit in teams and each group uses white boards to write the answers and they compete for points for the quiz part.
« Last Edit: March 23, 2016, 08:14:09 pm by weigookin74 »

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Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #9 on: May 30, 2017, 02:53:11 pm »
Here's my ppt for the first part of lesson 5 (What did you do...?) with a slight review of lesson 4 plus a wall diction game (template from another thread).
There's a review of past tense game where I just wrote present tense verbs on a mini white board at the back of the class and had teams race to write the past tense on the big white board at the front. Worked really well.
« Last Edit: May 31, 2017, 12:17:51 pm by jayfou »

Re: Lesson 5: Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up!
« Reply #10 on: September 26, 2017, 12:43:08 pm »
I took some of my own liberties with this lesson. Instead of focusing on Sleeping Beauty (who relates to environmental problems how??), I taught the students about The Lorax. Only a few students in any of my classes had seen the animated movie so it was basically brand new information. Part 1 does some non-textbook activities and Listen & Speak 1; part 2 does Listen & Speak 2 and Bring Together. Modify as you see fit.

M1 L5 Part 1 PPT
Introduce the story of The Lorax by having students guess the order of the pictures and explaining what each picture is. Students then try to unscramble the sentences that explain each picture. Introduce the past and the key expression. Show the clip from The Lorax animated movie and have students complete the sentences in their groups. Complete Listen & Speak 1.
L5 Notes Sheet
The Lorax video clip

M1 L5 Part 2 PPT

Review key expression and the past. Have them practice with their partner to make a short dialogue. I made cards that already had phrases on them and matching animal stickers so students had to find their partner. Practice the expression before completing Listen & Speak 2 and Bring Together. Finish with a game where groups have to unscramble sentences in 30 seconds. I had students write their answers on whiteboards and hold them up.

Extra materials I also used for this lesson:
Sleeping Elephants Game (not mine, found on Waygook)
Lessons 1-5 Review Crossword