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Title: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: taeyang on March 18, 2018, 08:14:24 pm
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Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: purpleparrot on March 19, 2018, 08:10:38 am
1.1 - Line Bingo - give each student a strip of 7 boxes and have them cut them out.  They make a line of cards (in any order).  Using the bigger cards, call out one of the cards.  If the students have that card on the outside of their line (far left or far right), they can take that card away.  They can only take cards away if they are on the outside.  Keep playing until someone gets rid of all their cards. 

1.2 - Coin Flick.  Students place a coin in the circle and flick it to get it into one of the boxes and then have to say what's inside the box.  The student with the most boxes is the winner.  Works best as a pair activity.
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Post by: annataleen on March 19, 2018, 12:48:15 pm
I redid this lesson from the old 3rd grade book (yes 3rd grade!). Thank you do the orginal creator. In the book for period 2, the activity is to play some version of Evolution, but it is so confusing. So we just played this version and it was easy.

Everyone starts out as a cockroach and moves up to chicken, monkey, and human. I added king for the last level. If they win at rock paper scissors, they move up, but if they don't win they either stay in the same position (if they are a cockroach) or move down. I set aside an area of the room that was for humans so it would be easier for them to find each other. Then the king was in front of the class. We would ring a bell and announce the king, and everyone would return to their desks and we would start over. Each time we added a new king to make the game last longer ( 2 kings, then 3, and so on.). The students enjoyed it.

I added some expressions on the last slide that was kept on during the game.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: hangook77 on March 19, 2018, 01:26:55 pm
Old daekyo same title chapter.

http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,69922
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: gj148 on March 19, 2018, 03:08:10 pm
Credit to the orignal creator of the Ninja attack game. I just changed the ppt around so that it centered around this lesson's key expressions. Note that some of the expressions used (I'm angry, I'm hungry, I'm tired, I'm sick, and good bye) are not those that appear in the book. However I needed more variety in answers especially since most already know the other four answers the book provides.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FTA4FqdPNR3QJqT6iYbwnEV2jbJM3mt7

Credit to original creator of chase the vocab. Made a version for this lesson :)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=14kP5ppoiCS5ECb2eTbNxzCSyGoFAHvOy
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: Hannahbatch on March 20, 2018, 10:04:08 am
Hello! If it helps anyone here is my 'chase the vocab' game to introduce the new characters to the kids in 3rd and 4th grades. The template was taken from another thread and adapted, so thank you to the original maker.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: Kalama131 on March 20, 2018, 03:26:20 pm
I did Section 2 Speaking section.
1-We did a simple review with the key expressions using Good --- key phrases review
2- Look and Say missing words
3-Button game
i did other things too but i used these materials during the lesson.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: krodeleven11 on March 21, 2018, 03:45:17 pm
I hope someone can use this Doraemon bomb game I edited that Kyle Ludeke created. It's a great template! In my class we take the listening assessments at the end of the teacher's book and so this game was really meant to review for it.

I highly suggest looking through the game first as it could be too easy for some students.  :smiley:
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Post by: wndd210 on April 02, 2018, 02:36:01 pm
1.1 - Line Bingo - give each student a strip of 7 boxes and have them cut them out.  They make a line of cards (in any order).  Using the bigger cards, call out one of the cards.  If the students have that card on the outside of their line (far left or far right), they can take that card away.  They can only take cards away if they are on the outside.  Keep playing until someone gets rid of all their cards. 

1.2 - Coin Flick.  Students place a coin in the circle and flick it to get it into one of the boxes and then have to say what's inside the box.  The student with the most boxes is the winner.  Works best as a pair activity.

Love these game ideas! Especially second one. Thank you.
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Post by: vicarious on March 15, 2019, 11:14:43 am
Nunchi reading game I made. Just click the words to make them disappear as the students say them and proceed to the next slide.  I made it rainbow-themed to make it look interesting.  ;D
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Post by: Stefaneekaye on March 25, 2019, 02:18:05 pm
1.4 - Stand Up, Sit Down punishment game. Students pick a sentence and stand up or sit down respectively (green stand up, red sit down). If their sentence disappears, they have to write the sentence still on screen.
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Post by: jimwall5 on April 10, 2019, 05:07:30 pm
Part 1, 2 and 3. Nothing super original, but easy to follow.
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Post by: jrarcand on July 10, 2019, 02:34:35 pm
They loved this song!

Also, here are all the worksheets from this book for 4th grade! I personally like to delete the translations so the students can write them in themselves, but keep them in if you like!
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: annataleen on April 16, 2020, 01:03:37 pm
This is a PPT I made for online classes. I made a similar PPT for the 3rd grade Daekyo book, which is in the 3rd grade book lessons plans on this website. I will just write here what I wrote about that lesson.

It reviews characters, introduces the the key words key words and expressions, has practice dialogue, and then the sounds and letters from lesson one. All with my voice over.  :lipsrsealed:  :blank: But also with some upbeat royalty free music from bensounds.com.  All of the images are from the book.

Native teachers: you can download it and delete my voice and record your voice to put in its place. My voice is on the right speaker on each slide, the music is on the left speaker on the first slide and it plays on a loop through the entire presentation.

Korean English teachers: you are welcome to use this PPT with my voice for your school.

If anyone has any good ideas for online lessons, please share them! I really didn't know what to do when my coteachers asked me for ideas, so I thought making a voice over PPT was a start, especially since we are still getting equipment to make videos. You can turn any PPT into a video by exporting it to a video, though it doesn't work on all versions of PPT. My Mac doesn't have the option to export a PPT to a mp4, but my work computer does.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: annataleen on April 28, 2020, 01:03:04 pm
Hey everyone! I made another PPT for online learning for period 3. I used the same song as the PPT in the post above.

In this lesson, we decided to explain what time we say "good morning, good afternoon, and good evening." My coteacher also wanted to teach them "good night" and now we don't use it as a greeting, but more of a way of saying "good-bye." I found the clip art for these slides from https://publicdomainvectors.org/. I actually don't like the colors of the digital clocks, but that is all the website had!

Curiously, my coteacher didn't want to add the Sounds and Letters PPT that is in the first PPT we made (posted above). She figures she can tell them to go back and review that PPT to practice.

She also wanted me to make a very short (two question) review quiz.

Ok, so ... the thing is with time ... with the exception of when we start saying "good afternoon," I know it is highly subjective. I tend to think evening starts at about 6 p.m., but I have also had people say "good evening" to me at 5 p.m. And I have no idea what time we should start saying good morning! These are the types of questions students ask once in a while and I wanted to give them a guide for when it is appropriate to use the greetings. You can change the PPT to suit what times you think are appropriate.

Native teachers: you can download it and delete my voice and record your voice to put in its place. My voice is on the right speaker on each slide, the music is on the left speaker on the first slide and it plays on a loop through the entire presentation.

Korean English teachers: you are welcome to use this PPT with my voice for your school.

In the last post, I wrote that you can export the PPTs to make a mp4, but it doesn't work on all computers. Last week, I found out why. It turns out that option is only available if you have a subscription to Office, which your school likely has.  If you don't have a subscription, you can't export to make a mp4. I don't think it is fair because I purchased Office for my laptop flat out, but oh well life isn't fair. To get around this, you can make a video of your presentation by recording your screen and then cutting out the begrudging (when you are opening the PPT on your screen) and the end (when you are closing the PPT and stopping the recording on your screen). You have to do this in a quiet setting because it will also record any noise you making while recording the presentation. So you can't sit there have a chat with your coteacher or something because it would also record that!  This option also diminishes the quality of the audio from the PPT, but this works if you have no other options!
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: shostager on April 28, 2020, 01:19:04 pm

In the last post, I wrote that you can export the PPTs to make a mp4, but it doesn't work on all computers. Last week, I found out why. It turns out that option is only available if you have a subscription to Office, which your school likely has.  If you don't have a subscription, you can't export to make a mp4. I don't think it is fair because I purchased Office for my laptop flat out, but oh well life isn't fair. To get around this, you can make a video of your presentation by recording your screen and then cutting out the begrudging (when you are opening the PPT on your screen) and the end (when you are closing the PPT and stopping the recording on your screen). You have to do this in a quiet setting because it will also record any noise you making while recording the presentation. So you can't sit there have a chat with your coteacher or something because it would also record that!  This option also diminishes the quality of the audio from the PPT, but this works if you have no other options!

Another option that I found to convert it to video: If you're working on a Mac, you can just open the PPT in Keynote and convert it there (File --> Export to --> Movie). Keynote doesn't have all the same fonts, but I've only noticed a few appreciable changes in the past weeks, and you can just tweak anything you need before you export it.
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: annataleen on April 28, 2020, 01:26:40 pm
Another option that I found to convert it to video: If you're working on a Mac, you can just open the PPT in Keynote and convert it there (File --> Export to --> Movie). Keynote doesn't have all the same fonts, but I've only noticed a few appreciable changes in the past weeks, and you can just tweak anything you need before you export it.

Thank you for posting! I don't use Keynote on my Mac. I don't even think I have it (I think I deleted it a long time ago) but it's good to know that is another option.
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Post by: slycordinator on May 11, 2020, 01:08:38 pm
Also, the export to video can be finnicky in what kinds of content it allows.

Like, I could narrate on top of slides that had video and export those to mp4 with no issue. But slides that had plain audio inserted wouldn't export with the narration. It might've been that the narration and those items were the same type of audio and couldn't be decoded simultaneously.
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Post by: annataleen on May 11, 2020, 01:37:52 pm
Also, the export to video can be finnicky in what kinds of content it allows.

Like, I could narrate on top of slides that had video and export those to mp4 with no issue. But slides that had plain audio inserted wouldn't export with the narration. It might've been that the narration and those items were the same type of audio and couldn't be decoded simultaneously.

We had that problem with our 5th and 6th grade PPTs. It is a different textbook company and we download those PPTs from the company. At first, we couldn't record audio on them at all. They have something in the settings where we can't do it. We got around that by simply copying and pasting the slides into a new PPT. It worked for the first PPT we made for lesson 1. But after that, none of the PPTs would export to mp4. I tried many things, but then realized it was the music we added to it. I don't know why because it is royalty free. To get around that, we don't add music to the PPT, instead we add it when we are editing the video. It is so confusing!
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Post by: seltow on May 12, 2020, 11:57:30 am
This is what I used. Mostly swiped off waygook. (Thank you previous posters, i forget who you were).
I edited the one a bit but not by much. Overall we focused on the book, I ask a lot of questions when they do look and listen and look and say. I also start each class addressing each student directly asking them how they are. (I only have 5 kids so it's easy).
They also have notebooks where I have them write any new words down and any activities that come up.
We put focus on pronunciation for this lesson, and learning the letter group -igh-  (night, light, sight)
Title: Re: 2018 Grade 4 Daekyo 1 - 1. How Are You?
Post by: ChiSunIm on March 12, 2021, 12:22:46 pm
Introduction Video to practice key vocabulary and expressions

Students are asked to
1. Listen and Repeat
2. Say it in Korean
3. Say it in English

https://youtu.be/MMQiF0Z5xvg (https://youtu.be/MMQiF0Z5xvg)

01. How are you? (기분이 어때?)
02. I'm great. (아주 좋아.)
03. I'm good. (좋아.)
04. Not bad. (그냥 그래.)
05. Not so good. (좋지 않아.)
06. Good morning. (좋은 아침. 아침 인사)
07. Good afternoon. (좋은 오후. 오후 인사)
08. Good evening. (좋은 저녁. 저녁 인사)
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Post by: ChiSunIm on March 12, 2021, 12:25:24 pm
Odd letter out game to practice spelling. Have the students pick out the incorrect letter(s) before time is up.

Key Expressions:
1. How are you?
2. I'm great.
3. Not bad.
4. I'm good.
5. morning.
6. Not so good.

https://youtu.be/dhRkQXVayi4 (https://youtu.be/dhRkQXVayi4)
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Post by: L I on March 23, 2021, 11:21:57 am
How are you? I'm ________.

Connect Four:
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Post by: CMC2668 on March 24, 2021, 03:35:31 pm
Here are a collection of free feelings worksheets.

https://games4esl.com/esl-worksheets/feelings-worksheets/