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  • sheila
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Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« on: March 07, 2013, 01:30:46 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for MiRaeEn (미래엔) Middle School English 1 Lesson 3: A Music Concert. 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!
« Last Edit: March 12, 2013, 02:06:16 pm by sheila »
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  • mogbert
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Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2013, 05:42:41 pm »
Here's a pass the bomb game (stolen from another waygooker!)I used for Lesson 3.  I accompanied it with the book and a Prezi.

For my school, I use two "bombs" and one person will be the "A" or first speaker and second "B" or second speaker.  Bomb stops, and the people with the bombs stand up and speak.  It goes over well as they're still pretty young and very much like elem. students still.
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  • bluesky72
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Lesson 3: Who What Where When Why How lesson
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2013, 10:06:38 am »
Here is my lesson for the six questions: Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?

This is a straightforward lesson - nothing ultra fancy.

The "Main Lesson" file is used to explain the six questions and utilizes images of concert posters to solicit students to answer questions like: "Where is the concert?", "Who is playing?", "How much are the tickets?", etc.

I also use cartoon shorts as part of the lesson (cartoon shorts document) along with a study sheet where students can write down questions related to the cartoon shorts and answer the questions.

  • IzEFunni
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Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #3 on: June 17, 2013, 07:34:27 am »

Have them draw and color on paper a music concert based on the "Monster Music Concert" page. Make sure they answer: When time and date, Where, and What is the concert's name. Leave Who as a option. Then have them present:

Presentation Format:

Introduce themselves
Tell when the concert is.
Tell where the concert is.
Answer questions and answers (from students).

Q and A Segment:
1. What is the concert's name?
2. Where is the concert?
3. When is the concert?

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Here's like my best text book Prezi

  • IzEFunni
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Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #4 on: June 17, 2013, 08:15:32 am »

Here's a Prezi

Thanks a lot this helps, but reposted just in case people have a hard time reading a "docx" file. And here's a ".pdf

ho What Where When Why How - Cartoon Shorts:

Main Cartoon Shorts:

Pig and Cookies:

Teamwork penguins

Other Possibilities:

Blow me a kiss:


For the Birds:

Angry Birds Short:

Teamwork Ants:

Bad Eggs:

Girl talks to the Moon:
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  • Joscelyn2
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Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2014, 10:16:10 am »
This is a quick Battleship game I threw together for page 46 review. Students should color their own ships in a bright color and then on the same page mark the hits and misses for their partner. You shoot by speaking the sentence. I wanted to use both I'm and I am so the students can really practice their listening skills and understand that they are both OK. The textbook seems to focus on contractions but I want to really use the to be verbs a lot so the students understand WHY the contraction is there.

Lesson 3 - Listening (미래엔- Grade 1)
« Reply #6 on: April 08, 2015, 02:53:56 pm »
Pages 46-47

Includes a 'beat the sheep' game for the talk 1 section (you'll need to download the sound file to get the bleating sound).

At the end of the class I've having the classes compete against each other with a word game that I swiped from another waygooker. You can split the class up into teams, but I've been making the girls A class compete against the boys A class etc - makes it a bit more interesting.

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Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #7 on: May 06, 2015, 08:19:56 am »
Here is a powerpoint I used to introduce interrogatives and a quick review game for the end of class. The game is a good template to use for other lessons too just switch out the questions.

1. is an introduction to the interrogatives
2. Next is a dialogue full of interrogatives (I get 2 students to read it then translate as a class)
3. Is a bit of practice choosing the correct interrogative as they will have to for the game
4. Next are pictures of invitations (chodae) and I ask them where is it happening? What is happening? When? what time? Who is going?
The pictures get more difficult as the information is no longer labeled as obviously. They also never guess the Where in the last invitation is the Wren's Nest.
5. This is the game, pick a picture and write the correct interrogative on a whiteboard or out loud. I use two teams and have little white boards and switch out players every 2 questions.

Hope this is useful!

Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #8 on: June 14, 2016, 04:00:40 pm »
I only teach the phrases, not the whole book.

I did Talk 2 (5 Ws).  We did the PPT to learn, then in partners they made an invitation to an event and read them aloud (best event won).  At the end we played MASH. 

For MASH, the idea was to have each student do their own but after that didn't work well I chose my wildest class clown and had him come to the front of the room.  Then I asked the class (and the class clown) for 5 (or 3,4 if I was running really low on time) women, 5 jobs, 5 places and 5 years/times.  I made sure to put some serious and some funny answers.  If the kids didn't get funny answers, I put them in (Barack Obama, Prisoner, Daejeon Station, 9999, etc.). Then I did a spiral and told the selected person to tell me when to stop.  I then explained that this was his future (as a joke).  I counted the lines of the spiral and that's how many I counted to get rid of answers.  The woman was who he would marry, then it was his job, then it was where he would live and then it was when he would die.

Once the kids saw how funny it was other people wanted to do it and their answers got more exciting.  Lots of them were saying things like, "Today" or "Tomorrow" for when he would die.  :(  But, it's funny when a kid marries a really beautiful woman, becomes president, lives at his classmate's house BUTTTT... dies on Saturday. ;-)

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Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #9 on: April 17, 2017, 01:50:44 pm »
Here's a Doramon game I made for the present continuous tense in this chapter.

Re: Lesson 3: A Music Concert
« Reply #10 on: May 15, 2017, 10:34:36 am »
I already posted a Doraemon strictly for present continuous, but here's a Spongebob game for the Conversation Zone section of the book (page 48). It contains some Korean questions, which were done by my coteacher.