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Title: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: annataleen on August 21, 2019, 09:45:36 am
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Post by: hangook77 on September 09, 2019, 01:33:11 pm
ajumma attack.
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Post by: CMC2668 on September 10, 2019, 07:14:54 am
Here is a guessing game to practice 'How much is it?'

https://youtu.be/j4VECKzj_g0
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: kaytie on September 11, 2019, 01:42:59 pm
A vocab review  and survey form students fill out. First they fill out the prices of the four items at the bottom, then walk around asking others "How much are the...?"
And a sleeping minions game I modified  for the new textbook.
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: CMC2668 on September 12, 2019, 05:21:52 am
Here is a guessing game to practice 'How much is it?'

https://youtu.be/j4VECKzj_g0

Where's the PPT?

It's not a PPT game. It's a game on YouTube. Simply play the video in class and pause to give your students time to answer.
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: Kwai_Chang_Kain on September 19, 2019, 02:09:20 pm
An intro, minesweeper game & telepathy game.

Intro: Pretty self explanatory. (Ideal for the first period)

Minesweeper game: Grid based sentence making game. Students ask "How much are the _____?" And respond "They're ____ dollars." (Ideal for the second period)

Halloween themed Telepathy game: Instructions included in the PPT, also uploading a worksheet to go along with it if you need it. Hopefully you don't have a bunch of big babies in your class as this game is downright spooky! LOL jk :laugh: (Ideal for the fifth period)
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: annataleen on September 23, 2019, 09:38:15 am
I adapted a Chicken Cha Cha game from my school's old book. Thank you to whomever made the original game.

Chicken Cha Cha is a memory game. The students play in a group, we usually have somewhere between 4 to 6 in a group. They place the eggs in a circle face up on their desks. The tiles are face down in the middle of the circle. Each player puts the chicken on the egg that is closest to them. The group plays rock, scissors, paper to see who is first, and then after they move clockwise. They also move the chickens clockwise as they play the game. They must match the egg with the tile to move forward. If they move forward by jumping over another chicken, they take the other chicken's feather. We put tape on the back of the Angry Bird's and use a pom-pom for the feather.

The official way to play this game is if a match is made and the chicken moves, the player keeps playing until they can't make a match. The player who gets all of the feathers wins and the game is over. My co-teachers prefer each student gets a turn, even if the chicken moves, and then going on the next player. For time purposes, in class the player with the most feathers at the end of class wins.

This game requires a lot of prep. I made six copies for my class and I laminated everything. It took a long time! I think the official game is two sets of eggs for each tile, with 36 eggs and tiles total. I have made that many copies before, but the game ended up taking up a lot of space on the desks, even with four or five desks together, so now I just have one egg for each tile. I put navy blue slides for the tiles, so print the navy blue side on the back of the tile slides.

I think that is about it. I have played the game with a few classes and we didn't find any mistakes. I am also attaching the official description of the game, but as I explained above, we modify the game and the game play a bit to suit our class.

I show this one minute video before we explain the game to give the students an idea of how to play, even if they don't understand what is being said in the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1f2XMSz0bvA

Enjoy!



Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: katrud on September 26, 2019, 03:09:08 pm
shout out to hangook77 the true hero . I made some slight modifications but this is by far the best game you can find on this topic . There are small errors in the explanation bit but really only you/ your coteacher would be able to notice them
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: Mandrake on October 17, 2019, 02:20:15 pm
Halloween game for review. spooky!
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Post by: Bestline7 on October 17, 2019, 05:29:09 pm
Nice thread this
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Post by: Mandrake on November 13, 2019, 08:57:19 am
Brawl Stars game for review. Enjoy!
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Post by: callyeusa on February 12, 2020, 02:59:58 pm
Activities for Lesson 8. Most, if not all, of these materials are borrowed and modified/updated from other sources. Credit to owners.

Numbers and Money PPT
- Quizzes students on money around the world.
- Reviews "dollar" and "cent" and numbers (including large numbers)
- Teaches the name of coins in the U.S. (penny, nickel, dime, quarter)
- BUZZ counting game (you can change the rules any way you like)
- The Price is Right (students guess the price in USD of products)

Ajumma Attack (posted above^^ - credit to owner)
- Students play in teams to buy products but avoiding the Ajumma's. Coteacher and students loved this game!

Cat Shopping Video
- I'm sure most people have seen this video, posting for easy access to download.

Cowboy Reading Game (pulled from online post - credit to owner)
- I have the entire class read the question "How much are the ____?" then when the gun shoots, 2 students turn around and first to say the sentence wins.
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: hangook77 on June 18, 2020, 12:27:31 pm
Scrambled word review quiz.

(Modified)

Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: annataleen on July 09, 2020, 02:51:41 pm
I am transferring to a new place for second semester, and I believe the students will continue to study online next fall, so I made PPTs for each lesson for the rest of the book.

I made two PPTs with my voice over for this lesson. I made a similar ones for previous lessons in this book, so I will write the same there that I wrote in previous posts. The PPTs are from the book's website (I think my coteacher downloaded them off of the company's website last year) and I recorded my voice over the slides. The music is royalty free music from  bensounds.com.

If you would like to use this PPT and record your own voice, from the first slide my voice over is the speaker on the right. You can delete those and then record your voice. On the first slide, the speaker for the music is on the left. It is set to play at the lowest volume on a loop for the entire presentation. If you want to keep the music, don't delete the left speaker on the first slide!

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

If you need to change the PPT to a video, you can use the export feature to to convert it to a mp4, however, it doesn't work with all versions of Office. The version of Office must have a subscription in order to use this feature.
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: Mandrake on September 11, 2020, 09:33:48 am
Unlock the bank with fresh gifs for amusement
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Post by: charlie99 on September 16, 2020, 12:53:22 pm
Here is a video for this lesson :)

https://youtu.be/EfXKQ6JoCRI
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: charlie99 on September 16, 2020, 12:54:44 pm
And here is another one to entertain the kids...

https://youtu.be/TRO1FAzDtbo
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: Mandrake on September 17, 2020, 02:24:11 pm
Spongebob Krabby Patty game that can be used as a filler if you need it.
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: ChiSunIm on September 28, 2020, 07:22:06 am
Odd letter out game to practice spelling. Have the students pick out the incorrect letter before time is up.

Round 1-2: Find 1 Letter, Round 3-4: Find 2 letters,  Round 5-6: Find 3 letters, Last Round: Extreme

Expressions:
1. socks
2. jeans
3. dollars
4. pants
5. glasses
6. large
7. how much

https://youtu.be/GiNPtt9LDlc (https://youtu.be/GiNPtt9LDlc)
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: appleonfire on October 14, 2020, 01:37:32 pm
Mad props to the folks who made and modified the ajumma attack game. I made some modifications to make it an individual game rather than a team game.

I have also added a speaking and reading game that is pretty fun. Thanks to the 5.8.1 vocab creator for the pictures.

Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: lte13 on October 20, 2020, 03:12:44 pm
One Punch Man writing game adapted for this lesson, plus a worksheet I made to go with it. Obviously you can adjust the difficulty to best fit your class~
Title: Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 8: How Much Are the Shoes?
Post by: SarahBuckley on September 10, 2021, 01:44:28 pm
Hi,

I made two games for this chapter today, I'm not a graphic designer so they are very simple in layout haha. They are designed with a small 5th grade class in mind so you may need to edit or change some things to make it work for your group. Definitely the pass the ball game would need to be lengthened!

1) Coupang game - The students will look at an item and estimate how much it is (like "the price is right"). The teacher will ask each student (group if you have a bigger group) "How much are the ___" and the students will answer "They are ____원" Closest to the pin wins. There's an answer sheet to go with this game also attached. Depending on the students English level they may or may not be able to say the big numbers so in my case I allowed them to say them in Korean in the format "They are {korean number}"

2) pass the ball - its a pass the ball game where the teacher asks "how much are the ___" or "What size do you want?" and the students answer. We did clapping around the room instead of passing the ball for covid safety. It worked well even so. Poo is instant out. :)

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Post by: lte13 on September 15, 2021, 12:46:50 pm
Sentence betting game~
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Post by: lte13 on September 15, 2021, 01:39:28 pm
Sleeping Pokémon~
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Post by: suraj444 on September 17, 2021, 12:28:29 pm
Thank you
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Post by: hangook77 on September 23, 2021, 03:19:42 pm
Bad luck Billy speaking game.  Kids speak going around the room.  When the bomb goes off, the kid is out.  Taken from teacher's website.



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Post by: appleonfire on November 10, 2021, 09:15:41 am
Some games that work pretty well for this lesson.
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Post by: appleonfire on November 16, 2021, 08:55:13 am
Here's a modified version of the earlier posted Cowboy game. Thanks to the original creator for the content!
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Post by: hangook77 on May 31, 2022, 02:48:12 pm
Candy game (reading / speaking) taken from teacher's website.