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Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« on: February 27, 2014, 01:16:13 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for Judy Yin (전재교육 2013 edition) Middle School English 2 Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice? 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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  • mcprotea
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2014, 08:22:26 am »
PART 1 - PERMISSION

This is my permissions lesson for part one of unit 3.  I made some alterations from an earlier version I posted.  I begin with the presentation, then we will play an altered "Go Fish" game that I made where the students ask the questions instead of asking for a particular number.  It worked really really well, the kids got into it and were actually using all the target language, it ended up taking about 20+ minutes (well worth the work in my opinion). 

I never had time for my other two activities, but if you don't want to print out all those Go Fish cards, I have rows and columns (this game is my new favorite, the kids absolutely love love love it!!!), see my lesson plan for instructions.  I also have eight ball: students write a funny/crazy "may I" "can I" question in their textbook and we will see what answer the eight ball gives them.  I found the game on waygook, unsure where.   Hope this helps!
« Last Edit: April 07, 2014, 03:12:12 pm by mcprotea »


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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2014, 08:26:40 am »
Unit 3 - Part 1

This is a game that I used last year, it went well but I wanted to do something different this year.  I thought I would post it in case anyone needs an extra activity.  I had found it on waygook, but I'm not sure where. 

Warning: like my Go Fish activity, it's a lot of printing and cutting out materials (I get help from my cleaning crew to cut my handouts) :) 


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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2014, 10:09:52 am »
fn8Thanks for the cool ball game.


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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #4 on: April 09, 2014, 07:49:29 am »
PART 2 - ADVICE

Hello,  I have attached my materials for part two.  I start by covering problems and advice, then the textbook.  Then I provide them with scenarios where they give me advice as a class.  Then they get the handout and we watch the three video clips, stopping after each one to give them an opportunity to write advice and share their responses with the class.  I finish with rows and columns (I have had this in the last couple lesson plans but never had time to get to this activity, so this week I actually intend to use it!).  As a back up I have a "match the problem with advice" cards, created by someone else on waygook. 



Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #5 on: April 09, 2014, 08:39:14 am »
My PPT and worksheet for Unit 3 Part 1.

Pretty straightforward.

Edit: Lesson ran a bit short, I just played a pass the ball activity to kill the last few minutes at the end. One student asks for permission and throws the ball to another student, that student catches and answers. Repeat. There are any number of good activities that would work well, though. I'm not going to bother adding one to the PPT or uploading an additional activity PPT.
« Last Edit: April 09, 2014, 10:38:10 am by 올리버-uh »


  • troly
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #6 on: April 10, 2014, 10:03:26 am »
great work mcprotea, thank you


  • amreeves
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #7 on: April 10, 2014, 01:15:10 pm »
PART 1 - PERMISSION

This is my permissions lesson for part one of unit 3.  I made some alterations from an earlier version I posted.  I begin with the presentation, then we will play an altered "Go Fish" game that I made where the students ask the questions instead of asking for a particular number.  It worked really really well, the kids got into it and were actually using all the target language, it ended up taking about 20+ minutes (well worth the work in my opinion). 

I never had time for my other two activities, but if you don't want to print out all those Go Fish cards, I have rows and columns (this game is my new favorite, the kids absolutely love love love it!!!), see my lesson plan for instructions.  I also have eight ball: students write a funny/crazy "may I" "can I" question in their textbook and we will see what answer the eight ball gives them.  I found the game on waygook, unsure where.   Hope this helps!

This lesson plan has gone amazing well. I edited it a bit and added more explanation about how to play the game, but my co-teacher are all in love with the Go Fish game. Many want to play it in their class now. The cards were a lot of work to print out and play, but it was still great fun! I'll upload my ppt once I finish teaching it and editing out all the kinks. Thanks again for the amazing lesson!


Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #8 on: April 11, 2014, 02:43:44 pm »
Just a powerpoint with some pictures/gifs to go with part D of Listen & Speak 2 (pg. 53).


  • mcprotea
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #9 on: April 15, 2014, 03:44:22 pm »
Thank you awise923 and troly ... I really appreciate it! :)

Ya Go Fish is a ton of prep!  But I'm happy with how it turned out, and I'm hoping I can use it again with my grade ones or threes later on in the year! 


  • mokansas
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #10 on: May 08, 2014, 11:00:21 pm »
I made a Cup Shuffle game for (L&S 1 & 2), the kids loved it.


  • Kingeudey
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #11 on: April 14, 2015, 10:27:36 am »
It might be of note to let your students know that if they master this construction, next year, they will have an easy time with the 1st chapter, as it is nearly identical in the new book for Gr 3.  The second part of Gr 3 L1 in the Yin books deals with a problem and advice, using, "I think you should..."

So, while it might not all be the exact same, there are some materials out there.  I know the Haas book (I don't recall what Grade or Chapter) had this as well.  Materials to be had for sure.


  • Kingeudey
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #12 on: May 13, 2015, 07:17:34 pm »
My co-teachers are dragging their feet.  Still on this chapter and searching for things to do.  I found these on TeachThis.com, and will use some of them tomorrow.


  • nabi
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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #13 on: July 07, 2015, 10:15:39 am »
Can I - random point game
-ask students "What are they doing?"  "How can they ask?" to elicit target phrase
-In teams students will choose their answer and write on a white board or say
-Points are awarded accordingly

"You can't __________ now.  You should __________ first." Bingo game with interactive board
-Students choose 5 random boxes and write the full corresponding sentence in each.
-Teacher rolls dice and calls number.  Students read the sentence.
-First student to have all 5 sentences completed is the winner.

Minesweeper-2 levels
-Use the target dialogue to choose a square - uncover points or a bomb


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Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #14 on: February 03, 2016, 08:40:11 am »
Here are my materials for lesson 3. For most of my classes I ended up having to squeeze the asking for permission and giving advice parts into one class to get it done before their midterms.

We went through the grammar in the PPT and did the worksheet (올리버-uh)
The comic part for giving advice went down well with my students. I had them work in pairs, and we judged the best ones once everyone was finished. I didnít make the template, not sure where I originally got it

For the classes where there was an extra class, I made a boardgame and  for midterm review, and used Mcproteaís Go Fish game


Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2016, 10:15:24 am »
Ahh, I'm so surprised everyone is having such success with the Go Fish game.  I knew getting them to understand was going to be a nightmare, including my coteacher.  I even added extra instructions and tried to make it more clear.  I'm about to "explain" again to my ct so that maybe she will be able to explain it to our next two classes.  :cry:


Re: Lesson 3: Can You Give Me Some Advice?
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2016, 02:41:08 pm »
For page 51

Simple intro ppt with permission and reasons to match. Focuses on the phrases and vocab from the book.

Another user posted a Go Fish game, but I changed the cards to match the book better.

Go Fish game. (match the 'Can I' card with the 'reason you can't' card)

-everyone takes 5-7 cards, they can lay down any pairs they have
-the first player chooses another player and asks 'Can I ~~'
-if the other player has a match they say 'Sure'
-if they don't have a match they say 'No, you can't' and the two finish the dialogue from the book. Then the first player takes an extra card from the pile.
-next player