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Title: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: taeyang on March 05, 2018, 01:34:36 am
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Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: jambles on March 19, 2018, 07:23:51 pm
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What's in the boxxxxxxxx???
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(...a teacher's guide.)
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: fallkitty on April 12, 2018, 09:02:37 pm
Short intro ppt with korean translations, for the practise section I read the sentences, wait for the kids to do the action and then the picture appears so they can see if they were right. For the check bit I read the sentence, and ask them if picture 1 or 2 is correct.

Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: Meekat on May 24, 2018, 11:52:47 am
PPT from the cd
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: What?What? on May 31, 2018, 08:05:51 am
A TPR memory game and an action song
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: slycordinator on April 22, 2019, 12:37:06 pm
Here are an intro I edited slightly for this lesson plus a robot game. Students get to make each other into robots and order each other around.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: Georgina97 on June 18, 2020, 01:43:38 pm
Finger DDR ABC

given to me by a co-teacher
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: respirit on April 25, 2021, 10:28:34 am
Credits to Tay's Teaching Toolkit for the design and templates. I'm adding my contributions to Lesson 3.

Lucky Strike
Instructions on how to play are already in the PPT underneath each slide. How I play this game is to divide the class into two teams (red and purple). Each student from the opposing teams who are sitting opposite from each other will stand up and do Rock, Paper, Scissor. Every student should get a chance to play. I divided the class into two halves, had them sit in two-three columns (depending on the size of your class) per team, and they did RPS.

Ideally, I played this at the start of Lesson 3 to review Lesson 1 and 2, as the first two pages of L3 are short and don't offer a lot of vocab words yet.

Pokemon Shuffle
Instructions on how to play are already in the PPT. Pretty self-explanatory. How I play this game is to divide the class into however many teams. I give each team a whiteboard, marker, and board eraser. Each team write down their choice after the Pokemon hide itself in the Pokeball, shuffled, and stopped. Press the space bar to reveal the hidden Pokemon after each student finished writing down their choice. I emphasize as a rule that the students must keep their boards up until we move to the next round. This is to prevent students from erasing their answer early or putting down their boards because you would still be checking their choice and assigning points. Penalty for not following the rule is 0 point awarded, regardless of choice.

Ideally, this works great at any stage of Lesson 3 as it covers all the core vocab words, sentences, and phrases, as well as Lesson 1 and 2 words+sentences.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 3 YBM 1 - 3. Open the Box, Please
Post by: hangook77 on July 16, 2021, 02:27:59 pm
Pass the ball.

Hidden stars.

Telepathy with work sheet.