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2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« on: July 08, 2015, 09:03:24 pm »
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  • zorq
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2015, 10:29:50 am »
Just a pirates of the classroom game.

If you click on the dialogue on the top left corner of the screen the prices change.
« Last Edit: July 15, 2015, 08:48:38 am by zorq »


  • Mr C
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2015, 09:19:11 am »
Here are my materials for this lesson:
Period 1: I did a rebus with these students in the last chapter and they really loved it.  I made two rounds of it this time, and will use it as a motivator before we open our books. REMOVED  To review the key terms, some scaffolded sentences based around the idea of KPop star Psy doing some shopping.  REMOVED
Period 2: Opener is a "race" where the teams will compete to see who can read the list of sentences fastest. (Not something to do often, I'd say.) A vocab review (originally made by Sheila, I think). I've added bingo at the end. REMOVED
Period 3: English Drop warm up (scrambled sentence), a PPT with guess the famous shopping streets (I don't recall who made this) REMOVED. and a worksheet with crossword puzzle and fill in the blanks activities.REMOVED
Period 4: the English Espionage Game; teams work to decode a message and write in on their whiteboard, the conceit is they are trying locate a spy named Violet while shopping.  Full instructions on the PPT.  This is a student favorite.  REMOVED
Period 5: Just a quiz game with a pool party theme as we will be saying farewell to summer.  REMOVED
My thanks to everyone I borrowed, stole or adapted from!
« Last Edit: October 26, 2017, 12:24:59 pm by Mr C »
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  • Ben1981
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2015, 03:12:08 pm »
Mr C: you are a legend. Where do you find the time to produce so much high quality material??

"The price is right" is a good game for this lesson. The best version I could find is here: http://www.waygook.org/index.php?topic=75341.0 It doesn't use the items from this lesson (watch, glasses, etc) - but students mostly know these words already.

This also seems good: http://genkienglish.net/fleamarketgame.htm.
« Last Edit: September 02, 2015, 02:20:47 pm by Ben1981 »


  • Nonni
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #4 on: August 28, 2015, 03:32:31 pm »
An intro ppt drilling the key expressions + telepathy game at the end of the same ppt.

A board game (Massive thanks to whoever originally posted the template!!!). Students rock, paper, scissors to decide order. The player may choose to go clockwise or anti-clockwise at the beginning of the game BEFORE they throw their dice. You keep going around the board until you land on the square with the arrow to the centre. Then throw the dice again. 5 or 6 will win you the game -> 1,2,3,4 you move to the indicated square - played this game with my grade 5 kids last semester and they loved it!
Because it's a dialogue I'm going to play in groups of four with 2 per team.


Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #5 on: September 01, 2015, 08:59:24 am »
I made a "Diner Dash" based game for reading practice- my students really had fun with it!

You have to split the kids up into 4 teams as some characters ask for refunds that coincide with that team losing money/points. If four teams don't work for your class you will need to delete or change the team number slides.

You will need to download the font "Grobold" or some slides will look a little off:

http://www.dafont.com/grobold.font

Unfortunately, some of the cool effects from Keynote didn't transition to powerpoint (I made this on my mac) but if anyone does use Keynote, message me and I can send it to you. It's much better.

Note: The characters are holding re-usable bags. This is in chapter 8 ("How about we take a bag?" ) I taught that early cause chapter 8 has a ton of completely new dialogue for my students.
« Last Edit: September 01, 2015, 09:15:21 am by nonplayablecharacter »


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #6 on: September 02, 2015, 03:14:10 pm »
How do you play Diner Dash?


  • zorq
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #7 on: September 03, 2015, 06:42:17 am »
It's just a blockbusters game. There are only enough questions for one game though.


Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #8 on: September 03, 2015, 07:45:04 am »
I couldn't find a section for Reviewing Lessons 1-7.

Here is my review game.

Olympic style games. Students are placed into groups. There are 7 rounds (one for each lesson). The PPT explains the rules for each round. I took material from different games to create this.

Hope its helpful.


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #9 on: September 08, 2015, 01:53:58 pm »
Here are my materials for this lesson:
Period 1: I did a rebus with these students in the last chapter and they really loved it.  I made two rounds of it this time, and will use it as a motivator before we open our books.  To review the key terms, some scaffolded sentences based around the idea of KPop star Psy doing some shopping.
Period 2: Opener is a "race" where the teams will compete to see who can read the list of sentences fastest. (Not something to do often, I'd say.) A vocab review (originally made by Sheila, I think). I've added bingo at the end.
Period 3: English Drop warm up (scrambled sentence), a PPT with guess the famous shopping streets (I don't recall who made this) and a worksheet with crossword puzzle and fill in the blanks activities.
Period 4: the English Espionage Game; teams work to decode a message and write in on their whiteboard, the conceit is they are trying locate a spy named Violet while shopping.  Full instructions on the PPT.  This is a student favorite.
Period 5: Just a quiz game with a pool party theme as we will be saying farewell to summer.
My thanks to everyone I borrowed, stole or adapted from!

Thanks so much for this great material. However, I am having trouble with the very last word in the unscramble section of your worksheet. The letters are TLEAWL.... I would really appreciate it if you could let me know.

Thank you and have a nice day.


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #10 on: September 09, 2015, 01:59:26 pm »
Here are my materials for this lesson:
Period 1: I did a rebus with these students in the last chapter and they really loved it.  I made two rounds of it this time, and will use it as a motivator before we open our books.  To review the key terms, some scaffolded sentences based around the idea of KPop star Psy doing some shopping.
Period 2: Opener is a "race" where the teams will compete to see who can read the list of sentences fastest. (Not something to do often, I'd say.) A vocab review (originally made by Sheila, I think). I've added bingo at the end.
Period 3: English Drop warm up (scrambled sentence), a PPT with guess the famous shopping streets (I don't recall who made this) and a worksheet with crossword puzzle and fill in the blanks activities.
Period 4: the English Espionage Game; teams work to decode a message and write in on their whiteboard, the conceit is they are trying locate a spy named Violet while shopping.  Full instructions on the PPT.  This is a student favorite.
Period 5: Just a quiz game with a pool party theme as we will be saying farewell to summer.
My thanks to everyone I borrowed, stole or adapted from!

Thanks so much for this great material. However, I am having trouble with the very last word in the unscramble section of your worksheet. The letters are TLEAWL.... I would really appreciate it if you could let me know.

Thank you and have a nice day.

WALLET... surely?


Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #11 on: September 09, 2015, 03:24:45 pm »
I made a reading/coloring activity for a time filler while I conduct speaking tests. It's attached.

How do you play Diner Dash?

Diner Dash is a popular mobile game, the game I made really is nothing like it, I just used the character mainly.

But to play the ppt game I uploaded:

Divide students into 4 teams. Each team answers one question.

The students have to read what the customer is looking for aloud and then choose the correct item. The correct item is revealed in the next slide, and points are assigned there.

For keeping track of points, I use blocks or  have students keep track on mini-whiteboards. Sometimes for bomb games I assign an exceptionally strong student as "point-keeper" so that the other ones get a chance to answer before that student shouts out every answer if they are on the same team.

If your students are high-level, this game might be a little too easy. But mine always need more reading practice.


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #12 on: September 16, 2015, 02:41:49 pm »
Pokemon Bomb game.

Still best to use with Powerpoint 2007.


  • lildanggun
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #13 on: September 18, 2015, 03:36:04 pm »
for the 2nd period of this lesson, we did a board game.  thank you so much to the original creator!  if you are the creator, let me know and i'll credit you.  i'll attach the PPT which you can use to show the students, or print out as an A4 game board.  i'm also attaching a Word Doc file which is a B4 sized version of the game board. 

the PDF file is the game card file.  i changed the game cards to make them generic English game cards so that they're reusable.  my coteacher and i laminated them so we can just make a new game board whenever we want to do that activity, but not have to worry about the cards.

Fonts Used (all the English ones are free on http://www.dafont.com/):
KG Chasing Cars
KG Happy Solid
KG Somebody That I Used To Know
KG Miss Kindergarden
KG Summer Sunshine
은펜 (if you Google it you should be able to find a free download, but whatever your computer converts it into will probably be fine.)



for 4th period of this lesson, my coteacher and i thought it would be a good time to play the Spot the Fake Game.  this is a game i downloaded from here several years ago, and i have no idea who the original creator is, but if anyone knows let me know so i can credit them. 

i edited the ppt a bit and tried to make the language easier to understand, but the kids really loved it.  the only prep you need to do is prepare paper money if you don't already have some.  i've included the file of paper money i made, and it should print lined up double sided, but results might vary based on your printer.  i also made little number cards from 1~6 to give to each group so they can place a bid.  i just wrote on small squares of poster board and taped them to wooden chopsticks.  if you have one of those plastic toy hammers, those work well as gavels too.  other than that, you're set.  the rules are in the ppt, but message me if you have any questions.

i linked the art auction and cattle auction slides to example youtube videos.  if you click on the picture it'll take you to them, but in case it doesn't work:

Art Auction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xgn5QoxozcE

Cattle Auction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywrB5rKWR7w

hope these help someone.  good luck!~
"If you can't express something to anyone around you, doesn't it exist only in your mind?"

-Katherine Russel Rich


Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2015, 03:07:51 pm »
I played the Lucky Seven game with my students for the last period of this lesson. It was originally posted here. I played it pretty much exactly as the original poster described it, except with six teams instead of five. I also made "A" into an example to make it a bit easier to explain to my students. The game went well and my students really enjoyed it, but I would suggest STRONGLY ENCOURAGING them to choose the easier to guess prices first, because if they only go for the hard ones it is less fun.

To keep track of their money better and to give my students a visual, I printed out seven 1,000 won bills and stuck them to the board, then took them away as the kids "lost" their money.

I also have a writing telepathy game of sorts. Original template was also found somewhere on Waygook, but since I dug it up so long ago I don't remember where I found it. Thanks to the original creator, though!


  • rtw_acrobat
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #15 on: August 24, 2016, 04:34:54 pm »
Whack-a-Mole, AKA speed circles.  Designed to print on B4 (first slide in the "clothing pictures" PPT).  Includes "skirt" and "shorts", but you could skip those.

As a listening game for period 1:
  • Put students in fairly even partners or 3s and give them differently colored markers.
  • Ask, e.g. "How much are these pants?".  Students repeat.
  • Answer, e.g., "They're 50,000 won."  Students try to circle the right picture first.
  • Optionally, make the class repeat the price at this point.  (They won't do it earlier.)
  • Rotate the paper and continue.
  • Winner can be who circled the most, or, if there's time to add it up, who spent the most money.

As a speaking game for period 2+, you can put students in fairly competitive 3s.  Students take turns as "it".  Not-Its ask, It answers.  For a reading game, make prompt slides.

EDIT: Added reading prompts for Touch and Go(http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,1506.msg647707.html#msg647707) based on the period 3 sentences.  Print on A4 and cut in half.  You can use the PPT to review them first, layout is unusual but workable.  18 is too many, so pick about 12-14.

Miscellany - As a warmup, I've had students guess how many KRW is 1 USD each day, then we check the instant rate online.  Today I switched it to "how much money is in Teacher's wallet?" - loved it for some reason (and everyone had the correct order of magnitude...!).  I sold them on "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window" by looking very sentimental and explaining that my grandmother used to sing it to me.  Lyrics for this simple version (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NSBxfKxd6U) are attached, just a printable slide.  The video is a little messed up; let me know if you want me to post my fixed version.


Also, for anyone who hasn't seen them, some other nice threads (haha):
(YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 9 - "How Much Are These Shoes?" - http://www.waygook.org/index.php?topic=36840.0
2015 Grade 5 Cheonjae 2 - 13. How Much Are the Pants? - http://www.waygook.org/index.php?topic=86261.0
(천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 13 - "I'm Looking for Jeans" - http://www.waygook.org/index.php?topic=45400.0
2010-2011 Grade 6 Lesson 5: May I Help You? - http://waygook.org/index.php?topic=1293.0
« Last Edit: August 30, 2016, 02:41:53 pm by rtw_acrobat »
Missing a font for my materials?  Try these:
- Handfish Suite by Paul (http://www.waygook.org/index.php?topic=9060.0)
- Century Gothic, Segoe Print, & Berlin Sans FB (print-style sans serif, packaged with MS Office)


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #16 on: September 06, 2016, 03:57:20 pm »
Flea market activity for 4 teams.  It's not unique, but I spent more time than I should have on prep, so hopefully someone else can use the materials.

- a silly video of cats shopping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNtYHswzFzM
- PPT: video-based expression review, rules, and walkthrough with timers
- printable PPT of clothes to use in the shops, mostly ugly stuff 'cuz I like winding my students up
- printable PPT of shopping lists and sales sheets


Also, I loved nonplayablecharacte r's Shopping Dash! game, but my students get unduly annoyed at pre-ordained points, so I revamped it into a bomb-style format.  Teams choose which character to assist, and get those points if they make the right choice.  Full instructions in the PPT.


Have fun!
Missing a font for my materials?  Try these:
- Handfish Suite by Paul (http://www.waygook.org/index.php?topic=9060.0)
- Century Gothic, Segoe Print, & Berlin Sans FB (print-style sans serif, packaged with MS Office)


  • Cass5042
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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #17 on: September 09, 2016, 01:24:34 pm »
This is a Mission impossible running dictation for this chapter. Thanks to the original creator.


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #18 on: September 12, 2016, 03:32:04 pm »
Here's a simple fix the sentences ppt and a reading activity.

For the reading activity, the file includes dialogues, a worksheet, and an answer key.  I printed the dialogues and put them around the room.  Then I gave each student a worksheet (included in the file) and we did one dialogue together as a class before turning them loose.  Then they went around the room and read the dialogues to fill in their worksheet.  I would recommend teaching them how to read bigger numbers (up to 999,999) before starting or changing some of the numbers to simpler ones (like nine hundred thousand instead of nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine) if your students are low level. 


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Re: 2015 Grade 6 Daekyo 1 - 7. May I Help You?
« Reply #19 on: January 19, 2017, 12:29:41 pm »
Games I used for this chapter (all borrowed from other threads with slight tweaks). The first Price is Right game may need to be updated...