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Title: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: taeyang on March 05, 2018, 01:21:40 am
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Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: soopacee on March 12, 2018, 02:10:29 pm
Here's the teachers' guidebook pdf for this chapter.
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Post by: hangook77 on March 19, 2018, 01:01:28 pm
"Where is my cap?" from Chapter 10 old book Cheonjae. 

http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,69941.0.html
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: minab91 on May 15, 2018, 04:15:12 pm
I used this listening game and the accompanying worksheet for period one with my very low level 4th graders. It went so well, I was actually shocked. By the end of class, even my 'problem' students and the kids who cannot read (there are several) were getting all the answers right.
Instructions:
 Students draw a box on space 1 of their worksheet. Teacher gives some verbal directions for ss to draw relative to their box (Ex: The triangle is under the box.). The instructions are written on the slide as well. Once all directions are given, show the answers and check with students. Continue for 8 rounds, or as long as you wish.
Some notes:
- The first four rounds have 3 things to draw relative to the box. The last four rounds have 5.
- After each round, I had the students chorus the results with prompting. Ex: Teacher says 'the triangle is...' and students say 'under the box'.
-As my students are low level, I mimed the location words for the first few rounds until they got the hang of it.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: ECG on May 16, 2018, 05:05:12 pm
Intro - new words and expressions
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Post by: kuitair on May 24, 2018, 05:08:29 am
Pass the Ball:
I found the template from somewhere on the website, and the pictures and questions and ideas from a past Cheonjae based "Pass the Ball" game. I am planning on using it for speaking practice. (students who can read can practice reading and speaking simultaneously). However, I review the phrase that has to be uttered, by every student passing the ball, in the slide prior to the actually bomb playing slide.

Bingo:
I found the template (by myrnaordona) in the thread for the last Cheonjae book and under the title, "Where is my bag?".
I slightly modified it to add vocab from this chapter and others.
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Post by: claire.ramsey4 on May 25, 2018, 12:53:58 pm
Showtime PPT!
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Post by: Kwai_Chang_Kain on May 28, 2018, 12:57:02 pm
Introductory PPT with vocab & key expressions. Be sure to check this post every now & again as I'll be editing it if/when I make more files for the later parts of the lesson.

All Periods Intro: Pretty self explanatory. Also includes the slides for Play Together 1 (Ideal for all periods)
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: HJY on May 31, 2018, 12:59:06 pm
Listening Activity:

Teacher reads the slide and the students draw a picture on their worksheet of the item and where it corresponds to the picture of what they heard.
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Post by: HJY on June 07, 2018, 10:26:48 am
Speaking Game
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Post by: purpleparrot on June 11, 2018, 02:23:00 pm
PPT with new words and key expressions (in English and Korean), practice section, and a game. 

For the game, print out a set of six cards for each student and have them cut them out.  If you have them, give each student a cup.  If not, then you can play with desks or chairs.  Students listen to the teacher say a sentence and using the cards, illustrate the sentence.  For example, the teacher says, "The book is under the cup."  The students should place the book card under the cup.  Or, "The book is under the desk/chair."  You could really use anything as long as something can go on, in, and under it.
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Post by: adaud51 on June 11, 2018, 02:50:02 pm
Grade 4 Lesson 5 Worksheet and Test Print
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Post by: adaud51 on June 11, 2018, 02:55:36 pm
Grade 4 Lesson 5 - Picture Reveal and Word Shark Game
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Post by: vicarious on May 24, 2019, 03:29:27 pm
Vocabulary and key expression practice.  Help Avengers find their missing items.
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Post by: Kim Jordan on May 30, 2019, 08:35:41 am
Guess the lyric, where's SpongeBob, find the monkeys and flashcards
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Post by: thebritzman on June 12, 2019, 08:19:40 am
CAT-TLE SHIP GAME

In groups, everyone draws 1 cat on the board.
Group asks player: "Where is my cat?"
Players take turns answering: ex. "She's under the bed."
If someone has drawn their cat under the bed, they are out.
Rotate asking players until only one cat is remaining, that player is the winner.
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Post by: thebritzman on June 12, 2019, 08:36:51 am
Detective game: Where is the blah blah?

Divide class in two teams.
One side gets a gameboard with list of thing to find.
Other side gets a card with a thing and it's location.
First side gets up and asks students on the other side: "Where is my _____?"
If the card has the thing they are asking for, student 2 responds ex. "The pen is on the desk.", and student 1 writes down the thing in it's location.
If the card doesn't have the thing, student 2 responds "I don't know." and student 1 moves on and asks other students and tries to find all the things.
After about 5 minutes, collect the cards and switch teams.
Students whom have found the most things are the winners.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: lcavegirl on June 14, 2019, 12:22:47 pm
This was originally made by Stefaneekaye.  It is action reading based on the words and expressions the students have been learning.  Students will either jump, clap, or shout when they are reading.  As they move through the phrases, the actions become more intense and frequent.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: CMC2668 on June 16, 2019, 12:07:50 pm
Here is a prepositions memory game. Students will see a scene for 5 seconds and they must try to remember where all the objects are. It can be used as motivation / review, or even as a writing activity as students can write their answers.

https://youtu.be/f2MkzbUpt-c
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: Kimchijigae on June 10, 2020, 05:40:31 pm
Here's a video I made for this lesson.

Where is my cap? (https://youtu.be/_AX8uyppq4c)
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 5. Where Is My Cap?
Post by: Howard Moon on June 17, 2020, 03:36:27 pm
Introduction ppt
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Post by: Georgina97 on July 03, 2020, 08:05:17 am
intro ppt good for all periods. made from combining the ppts on here. Thank you
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Post by: Georgina97 on July 07, 2020, 12:19:55 pm
mini book for students to help them follow along
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Post by: Georgina97 on July 07, 2020, 01:07:10 pm
spongebob bomb game.
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Post by: L I on October 14, 2020, 01:38:56 pm
connect four