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Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« on: April 07, 2011, 02:33:42 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for Choi Jin H. Middle School English 3 Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds.  Please share your contributions here~!
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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2011, 08:26:27 pm »
Hey guys!

I made this PPT for Grade 3, Unit 5. It briefly reviews the last unit before moving onto this one. In case it's not long enough to fill up a whole lesson, I also added a game at the end that I thought of, although it might be too complicated for the kids to understand. My classroom is arranged in groups though, so I have a class of 30 with 5 groups of 6. I've changed the layout of my classroom because I feel that the kids can be more productive when seated in a small group than in rows.

Let me know what you think.

Raoul


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Grade 3 lesson 5 ?
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2011, 09:21:21 am »
For grade 3, lesson 5 (Great People, Great Minds), I'd like to do something about Esther Pak since I'm teaching girls and all the Korean doctors mentioned in the chapter are men. Does anyone know where I can find some information about her besides the Andrei Lankov article he wrote a few years ago?


  • Karen26
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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2011, 09:21:21 am »
Thank you for this helpful lesson! I will be using it in the next week or two and will let you know how it goes. I also prefer my kids to sit in groups rahter than in rows. 


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2011, 09:26:06 am »
Hey guys!

I made this PPT for Grade 3, Unit 5. It briefly reviews the last unit before moving onto this one. In case it's not long enough to fill up a whole lesson, I also added a game at the end that I thought of, although it might be too complicated for the kids to understand. My classroom is arranged in groups though, so I have a class of 30 with 5 groups of 6. I've changed the layout of my classroom because I feel that the kids can be more productive when seated in a small group than in rows.

Let me know what you think.

Raoul

Sorry to bother you but could you upload that in an older version of PPT? Yes, I'm a Luddite. I'm working on a girls-based lesson looking at notable Korean women. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of photos available of some early Korean female pioneers.


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2011, 10:19:31 am »
Hey guys!

I made this PPT for Grade 3, Unit 5. It briefly reviews the last unit before moving onto this one. In case it's not long enough to fill up a whole lesson, I also added a game at the end that I thought of, although it might be too complicated for the kids to understand. My classroom is arranged in groups though, so I have a class of 30 with 5 groups of 6. I've changed the layout of my classroom because I feel that the kids can be more productive when seated in a small group than in rows.

Let me know what you think.

Raoul

Sorry to bother you but could you upload that in an older version of PPT? Yes, I'm a Luddite. I'm working on a girls-based lesson looking at notable Korean women. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of photos available of some early Korean female pioneers.

Hi!

Attached, please find an older version of the PPT. Oh! And I did correct one error. One of the slides previously said "I confused" ... which is simply wrong and embarrassing on my part ... I have corrected it to "I'm confused" as it should be. In future, I'll upload both a newer and an older version of PPTs that I have made.

Regards,

Raoul


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #6 on: May 16, 2011, 10:33:52 am »
Oh!

And has anyone made a lesson plan for Unit 5 for Grade 1 and 2? I'm busy working on one for grade 1 at the moment.

_R


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #7 on: May 16, 2011, 10:39:32 am »
Hey guys!

I made this PPT for Grade 3, Unit 5. It briefly reviews the last unit before moving onto this one. In case it's not long enough to fill up a whole lesson, I also added a game at the end that I thought of, although it might be too complicated for the kids to understand. My classroom is arranged in groups though, so I have a class of 30 with 5 groups of 6. I've changed the layout of my classroom because I feel that the kids can be more productive when seated in a small group than in rows.

Let me know what you think.

Raoul

Sorry to bother you but could you upload that in an older version of PPT? Yes, I'm a Luddite. I'm working on a girls-based lesson looking at notable Korean women. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of photos available of some early Korean female pioneers.

Hi!

Attached, please find an older version of the PPT. Oh! And I did correct one error. One of the slides previously said "I confused" ... which is simply wrong and embarrassing on my part ... I have corrected it to "I'm confused" as it should be. In future, I'll upload both a newer and an older version of PPTs that I have made.

Regards,

Raoul

Hate to say it but it still won't upload. I'll try it on the computer in my English room.


Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #8 on: May 16, 2011, 11:48:57 am »
It didn't work at first on ppt 2007, but I downloaded the older version and opened it with the converter, and it worked.


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #9 on: May 18, 2011, 08:52:00 pm »
Great ppt, thanks! I've altered the ppt slightly: there were a couple of spelling mistakes on the first couple of slides and i've taken out the slides to do with the textbook because i dont work directly from it but loosely base my lessons around the target language. Instead of the textbook stuff theres a worksheet.

Thanks again!
« Last Edit: May 18, 2011, 08:53:51 pm by joel »


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #10 on: May 18, 2011, 08:57:07 pm »
Ooh, i just realised some peeps dont have the new Word, here they are in 97-2003:


  • Yu_Bumsuk
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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #11 on: May 19, 2011, 08:41:58 am »
Oh yeah I guess I should post what I made. Here's a handout about the present perfect tense to go with the lesson. Sorry the pics won't copy. There's a pic of two people shaking hands on a deal, some students graduating from uni, someone paying money for something, and two people moving furniture. Easy enough to google for.



                       The Present Perfect Tense                    Name: _________

The present perfect tense is not that difficult but can look confusing. It uses has / have + the past participle (과거 분사 - pp). You use it to describe things that have already happened.

e.g. Simple present – I go to school.
    Present perfect – I have gone to school.

Change the following from the simple present to the present perfect:

1.   They run out of the hospital - ___________________ ___________________ _______
2.   The Doctor treats patients - ___________________ ___________________ _________
3.   See comes to Busan - ___________________ ___________________ ________________
4.   He sets up a hospital - ___________________ ___________________ _______________
5.   We achieve our goals - ___________________ ___________________ _______________

Now, look at the following pictures and make a sentence about them using the present perfect. Use the following verbs:
                     pp.
to agree - ___________________ ___
to pay - ___________________ _____
to move - ___________________ ___
to graduate - ___________________
1. 2.  3. 4.
1.   They ___________________ ___________________ __________________
2.   ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _____
3.   ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _____
4.   ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _____
(You can use the nouns deal / university / money / furniture)



                    What Great Things Has She Done?            Name: ___________

Many people think that girls’ and women’s education in Korea is a new thing. However, even a long time ago some remarkable Korean women were doing some remarkable things with their educations and careers.

1.   Ester Pak: Ester Pak was born in 1876. She graduated from Ewha Girls High School. In 1895 she got married and moved to America where she became a doctor in 1900. She moved back to Korea and traveled around the countryside on a horse treating patients with diseases. She also translated important medical textbooks from English to Korean.

Pretend that it is 1905 and you are Dr. Ester Pak. Write some of the things you have done. Use the verbs (translate / study / be / graduate / marry / travel):

My name is ________________ and I ___________________ a doctor for five years. I _______ ________________ from Ewha Girls High School and I ___________________ in America. I ___________________ a nice man who has helped me. I ___________________ __ around Korea helping sick people. I also ___________________ __ many medical books into Korean.

2.   Kwon Ki-ok: Kwon Ki-ok was born in 1901. When she was a high school student she saw an American stunt pilot give a show in 1917. She decided to become a pilot. In 1919 she was arrested by the Japanese in the March 1st uprising. She went to China where she learned to fly in 1925. She joined the Chinese Army. Later she helped fight against the Japanese.

Pretend that it is 1940 and you are Kwon Ki-ok. What have you done? Use the verbs (be / see / love / live / work)

My name is _____________ and I _________________ a ____________ for 15 years. I _______ _______________ an American stunt pilot and ______________ flying ever since. I _________ _____________ in China since the 1919 March 1st uprising in Korea. I ___________________ a prisoner of the Japanese I ___________________ in the Chinese Army since I became a pilot in 1925.



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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #12 on: May 22, 2011, 12:25:00 pm »
Hey guys

This week I will also be doing Unit 5 with my students, although I'll be covering the second part: Have you heard about .... ? etc etc

At beginning I will review last week's "I've made up my mind" lesson with a worksheet that should kill at least 10 minutes. It's the same worksheet that was uploaded to this thread earlier on, so thank you for that :)

Regards,

Raoul


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #13 on: May 24, 2011, 03:42:10 pm »
This is a simple idea for a running dictation game. I read the story and post the five parts of this story around the English room. Each group has one student who is the writer. Only she is allowed to write. The other students run around the room where they look at one of the parts, try to remember as much as they can, and then run back to tell the writer what to write. It works best in groups of 4 but mine are already in groups of five so I just go with that. The first group to get everything written down correctly gets a little prize. The room gets *very* noisy but if they're screaming in English I'm not complaining.

                       Great People, Great Minds

1.   Dr. Jang Giryeo was born in 1911 in Yongcheon. He decided to become a doctor when he was a high school student. He wanted to take care of poor people who didn’t have enough money to see a doctor.

2.   During the Korean War, he ran away from North Korea and set up a medical center in Busan. After a short time he set up a hospital especially to treat poor people.

3.   If people needed treatment but didn’t have any money, he would pay for their treatment himself. Soon he had used all his money, but he still tried to treat poor patients.

4.   After the war, Dr. Jang continued treating the poor. In 1959, he performed a new kind of operation that saved a patient’s life. Even though he was a doctor, he lived in a small, simple room.

5.   He won an award for all of his good works in 1979. He continued to live at his hospital until he died in 1995. His life was an excellent example of a great person with a great mind.

1.   Dr. ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ________ student. He ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _ doctor.

2.   During ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________ ___________________ ___________________ ____ Busan. After ___________________ ___ ___________________ ___________________ ___ people.

3.   If ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _________________ ___________________ ___________________ __________ himself. Soon _______________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _________patients.

4.   After ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ____________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ __________ life. Even ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _ room.

5.   He ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ ___________ 1979. He ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _________________ 1995. His ___________________ ___________________ ___________________ _________ mind.




Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #14 on: May 26, 2011, 10:00:14 am »
I took the Annoying Orange ppt from another user and altered it for Lesson 4 review. I will also post in in the Lesson 4 thread. I usually start the beginning of a new lesson with a ppt game reviewing the last lesson.


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #15 on: May 27, 2011, 10:25:27 am »
I really like the present perfect handouts you've created for this unit - I think I'm going to try using them with my students next week. Thanks so much for your hard work!


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #16 on: May 29, 2011, 05:58:59 pm »
Hey guys!

Has anyone made anything for the special unit: "Hasad and the Cadi" ?

Thanks

Raoul


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #17 on: May 29, 2011, 06:10:13 pm »
OH!

And I taught this lesson this past week. It starts with a review of the first part of unit 5 and moves onto the Listen and Talk 2 section.

I hope you like.

Raoul


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #18 on: May 30, 2011, 11:37:59 pm »
Hi Guys

In case any of you want to teach the special unit "Hasad and Cadi' to kill time, I've made a short PPT and worksheet for the review part at the beginning, where I review the end of Unit 5.

For the game at the end, depending on how many groups you have [I have 5 in my class], make a worksheet for each group with 3 different items and a clue for each item. During each turn, move in a sequential order, and have one person read a clue from their sheet out aloud. The other groups should guess what the item is. At the end of three rounds, the group with the most correct guesses wins.

Regards,

Raoul


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Re: Lesson 5: Great People, Great Minds
« Reply #19 on: June 02, 2011, 01:04:02 pm »
Lesson 5 - 2 Listen and talk 2 - That's Right
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