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Title: Daekyo Grade 5 2019 Lesson 10: Where Is the Market?
Post by: annataleen on August 21, 2019, 10:21:57 am
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Post by: buckybee on November 12, 2019, 11:56:26 am
Listening decoding game and find Psy game speaking game
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Post by: starryella on November 13, 2019, 01:46:17 pm
I made a map with pictures for a "Mystery Game" that was wildly successful with my classes ;D

Students work in pairs and are given a map and a set of cards. The cards have questions like "Where is the market?" They place the stack of cards face-down on their desk and one student draws a card without showing their partner. They have to tell their partner how to get to that place using directions only. If their partner makes it to the right place and guesses the location correctly, they get a point.

When printing the question sets doc and dividing flashcards into sets, I gave each team two sets of questions and that seemed to be the right number.

All of my classes loved it and had a lot of fun so I hope someone else will have success with this too!
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Post by: Briannaimani on November 13, 2019, 03:31:14 pm
Intro ppt and Simon says game. I did not create the ppt.
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Post by: starryella on November 18, 2019, 01:54:22 pm
I wanted to add to my previous submission since we expanded on my previous map activity as a final activity for this lesson. My coteacher wanted a reading focus so we turned our classroom into a mini city using the desk arrangement. Students were given a card and had to read directions and navigate through the city to find the correct destination. I didn't have an answer key because to me as a native English speaker the answers were extremely obvious, but you could certainly adapt this however.

We gave them candy as they completed their "journey."

The attached map shows how I set this up (the grey squares were unused because I thought they were too easy from the starting point). Please note that teacher's house is on here twice because I had one for me and one for my co-teacher - if you don't have a co-teacher, you will want to adjust this, obviously. The direction cards won't work as-is if you don't go according to the map, so... I recommend not changing a lot unless you want to also write new directions. I tried to vary them for use of terms like "across" and "next to" which my students are still unsure about.

I laminated the cards as well as the START HERE star and I taped the star onto the floor. As for the location labels, I just folded each piece of paper into thirds to make a triangle so the words could be read.

Some of the students got a little disoriented today when we tried it out so to counteract that I've decided to "number" each block by just printing out the large numbers and sticking them on the floor as well so the students don't get confused about which block they're supposed to be on.

I would also suggest opening class with a vocab and direction refresher and making sure they are clear which is left (왼쪽) and which is right (오른쪽).

It wasn't as exciting as my mystery map activity but I do think it's good reading practice for them and directly tests their comprehension of the unit.
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Post by: Briannaimani on November 20, 2019, 02:30:30 pm
I found this powerpoint/ worksheet in another textbook's thought it was amazing so I'm re-posting here. It's connect four, but with partners. I printed out the game and laminated it, so students can write on it and erase just like a white board. Just print out the last slide.
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Post by: Tehmina on February 20, 2020, 12:22:41 pm
Game and lessons. The luigi game from Mario can be slow to load so make sure it works on your co teacher's computer or your computer before presenting. Games and lessons adapted from other sources in Waygook or by me. Thanks and enjoy!
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Post by: ChiSunIm on October 28, 2020, 11:21:43 am
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/XuNVdMeFwzM (https://youtu.be/XuNVdMeFwzM)

Key Expressions:
1. where (어디)
2. bakery (빵집)
3. library (도서관)
4. market (시장)
5. bank (은행)
6. post office (우체국)
7. zoo (동물원)
8. Excuse me. (실례합니다)
9. go straight (직진하세요)
10. two blocks (두 블록)
11. turn right (우회전 하세요)
12. turn left (좌회전 하세요)
13. on your right (오른쪽에)
14. on your left (왼쪽에)
15. next to  (옆에)
16. Where is the market? (시장 어디있어요?)
17. Go straight one block and turn left. (한 블록 직진하고 좌회전 하세요.)
18. It's next to the library. (도서관 옆에 있어요.)
19. It's on your right. (당신 오른쪽에 있어요.)
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Post by: Georgina97 on October 28, 2020, 12:32:47 pm
among us speaking game
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Post by: kenzieteacher on November 05, 2020, 01:17:34 pm
Information Gap speaking activity.

Students work in pairs so this might only work for you if your school has loosened up a bit. My school has become more relaxed regarding in-class interactions (e.g., homeroom teachers have been putting desks into groups rather than lines).

Essentially, in each pair there's student A and student B. Each student has a worksheet with a map missing certain locations. Students must ask their partner for directions ("Where is the market?") and if they follow the directions correctly, they can fill in the box with the corresponding number.

Document has worksheet a and b, along with the fully complete version for teacher.
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Post by: starryella on November 12, 2020, 07:52:52 am
I'm back again for this lesson. I adapted the Unlock the Bank/Secret Code Game PPT for a listening activity. Thanks to the original creator.

I think this game can be a little bland without rewards so I added funny animal gifs to each answer slide after seeing another user do it. The kids loved them.

Side note, I loved this activity because it particularly targeted my lower-level students just getting them used to hearing the sentences. They were doing a lot better at identifying each sentence by the end of this game.
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Post by: starryella on November 12, 2020, 01:22:54 pm
Edit: Rather than triple post, I'm editing this to include more materials.



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Post by: hangook77 on July 01, 2021, 01:51:43 pm
Scrambled words review.



Elimination Game.

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Post by: hangook77 on July 01, 2021, 01:58:43 pm
Where is think cafe video?
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Post by: hangook77 on July 15, 2021, 02:50:43 pm
Videos.
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Post by: hangook77 on July 15, 2021, 03:07:07 pm
Avengers pass the ball.
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Post by: hangook77 on July 15, 2021, 03:14:49 pm
Cheonje teacher's website.  May be usable here.  But may also need editing.