Waygook.org

Teaching => Elementary => Lesson Plans, Ideas, & References => Elementary Textbook-Lessons => Topic started by: Sprite06 on February 27, 2012, 11:44:59 am

Title: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Sprite06 on February 27, 2012, 11:44:59 am
Intro ppt

YuGiOh Review Game - Instructions included  (PowerPoint triggers may not work on Macs)
Office 2010 users, save bomb games as .PPTM
More bomb games - http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140.0.html

 :D
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Plaswuff on March 02, 2012, 08:09:49 am
Looking forward to the game, how's the Yu-Gi-Oh template coming along anyway?
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: cad123 on March 02, 2012, 09:19:36 am
Worksheet
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Sprite06 on March 02, 2012, 10:05:08 am
Looking forward to the game, how's the Yu-Gi-Oh template coming along anyway?

I went a little overboard with the game, but I'm planning to post it Sunday night.  Along with a Pokemon V2
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Plaswuff on March 05, 2012, 08:38:28 am
Looking forward to the game, how's the Yu-Gi-Oh template coming along anyway?

I went a little overboard with the game, but I'm planning to post it Sunday night.  Along with a Pokemon V2

Looking forward to both. Can't imagine how you could improve the Pokemon game, it is what all other bomb games aspire to be.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: weirdgirlinkorea on March 06, 2012, 01:40:02 pm
A vocab sheet and role-play. It is a shame that role play is not a part of this book, as my students love role play. I created one for them to do.

Another to follow with the scenery/setting directions in Korean. My CT is working on it.

 :D

EDIT: Just wanted everyone to know, my students are mid to low level and they were able to do the role play in the 1st lesson (that I created). It went over well. I had some of my own concerns but they did it well and enjoyed it. If your students are used to doing role play or are not church mouses, this will go over well.  ;D

Added the Korean scenery/setting/direction version
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: leejs on March 08, 2012, 08:21:29 am
Here's an introductory worksheet. It has the new vocab and the scripts for the 'look and listen' and 'look and say' parts. I have taken out some words because my students are generally higher level. Basically this is just a re-creation of a worksheet that many Korean English teachers use, but made on a good word processor (ie not hwp).
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: izus on March 08, 2012, 11:26:28 am
Listening game:  4 corners with teams
Use the picture cards on p201.  There are 8.  Make a team for each card.  So, for example, the students in team "notebook" should each be holding the picture of the notebook.  Place 4 book characters on the walls.  The teams split up and choose a book character to stand under.  Then, randomly assign each item to a character.  Read the sentences, such as, "Whose umbrella is this?  It's Minu's."  Then, if any of team "umbrella" is standing under the picture of Minu, they hold up their cards and get one point for each person.  Do that for all the items, then allow the students to find a new place to stand and repeat.

Speaking game:
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Also, here's a short "Whose is it" ppt.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: blueyes9765 on March 09, 2012, 11:45:22 am
worksheets from the book for this lesson
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: weirdgirlinkorea on March 12, 2012, 03:24:34 pm
A worksheet I created teaching which pronoun goes with has or have. Free feel to make it more attractive with graphics and repost, right now it's just black and white.

I hope someone can use.
Title: Re: Grade 6 - Lesson 2 I'll Play the Guitar (천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn)
Post by: leejs on March 14, 2012, 03:38:05 pm
I worksheet I made using the basic idea laid out in the extra activities but with a slightly increased difficulty. It has a word scramble, picture match and correct the sentence sections.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: JC49 on March 15, 2012, 06:55:13 am
Work sheet from my ct for this chapter.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: angel_kaye13 on March 15, 2012, 08:34:52 am
Here's a Bingo Game and a Pass the Ball.

For the Bingo, I'm going to do a double bingo, having each student draw 2 3X3 Bingo Cards - one for items and one for names. You can also do it like they suggest in the book, pairing items and names on one card, that's just not how I prepared the ppt/might require some alteration.

The pass the ball is self-explanatory, I think, practicing phrases such as "It's mine/~'s" and "Whose ~ is it?"

Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: angel_kaye13 on March 15, 2012, 03:28:51 pm
And here is a Mario Game and Guess What game (I melded two different types of guessing within the game, but should be fine). Both are probably suitable more for earlier periods, i.e. 1-3, as the sentences are fairly simple.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: awaygookindarok on March 15, 2012, 04:14:33 pm
Here is a worksheet for this lesson.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: miriah.lawrence on March 19, 2012, 08:34:39 am
personal pronoun song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zApm7GfRtNw
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: miriah.lawrence on March 19, 2012, 08:47:51 am
A couple of games/activities that require no PPT

Fill a bag with the kid’s stuff and have them pull it out of the bag and ask “whose ___ is this?” the person it belongs to says “It’s mine.” Then the class says “It’s his/hers”

1 person leaves the room and an object is given to 1 person. when he comes back in he says "is this yours" and the entire class says "no it isn't". the louder they say "no it isn't" the closer he is to finding the object. i usually time it and the fastest team wins.

also I have a PPT for a donald duck cartoon.  The kids like it.  Who doesn't like to watch cartoons in school.  The PPT reviews pronouns before watching the youtube clip.  here is the address incase the link doesn't work in the PPT.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mRMUkS6psk&feature=more_related
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: skofeteacher on March 20, 2012, 08:45:23 am
Hey guys, book mark this site....  And at the beginning of every Lesson (Chapter) check the site and see if there's a pertaining video for that Lesson.
These are  "Gogo's" cartoon, each about 5-6 minutes long, teaching some aspect of English.  It's perfect for our classes.   (Except they speak that funny accent  ;)   )

http://english4room.info/eng/software/education/120-gogos-adventures-with-english.html

You can also find them on youtube by just searching for gogo's and the # of the video.


Now, I know it's pretty slow on waygook with the amount of materials that are being posted, but fear not... after a couple months, once people learn how to make games and whatnot,  there will be such an onslaught of bomb games, etc... being uploaded, that you can  literally plan the entire chapter's lessons, all in one shot.
Hang in there teachers.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: angel_kaye13 on March 20, 2012, 11:39:05 am
Here's the last thing I have for this lesson, it's a Lucky Wheel game. Not sure how I did with the questions, so PLEASE feel free to re-word them or change as you see fit. I was trying to stay within the parameters of the key vocabulary and key sentences, so...it got a little hairy, trying to be creative. ;-)

Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: aharvey4 on March 20, 2012, 01:48:47 pm
Listening game:  4 corners with teams
Use the picture cards on p201.  There are 8.  Make a team for each card.  So, for example, the students in team "notebook" should each be holding the picture of the notebook.  Place 4 book characters on the walls.  The teams split up and choose a book character to stand under.  Then, randomly assign each item to a character.  Read the sentences, such as, "Whose umbrella is this?  It's Minu's."  Then, if any of team "umbrella" is standing under the picture of Minu, they hold up their cards and get one point for each person.  Do that for all the items, then allow the students to find a new place to stand and repeat.

Speaking game:
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Also, here's a short "Whose is it" ppt.

I used the speaking game for my first period and it was a hit! Thanks for the great idea, I love it when my kids feel confident using the target language.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: danielleedmonson on March 20, 2012, 02:09:22 pm
Here's a simple bingo game I made for lesson 2. I got the original version from another person so shout out to the original maker! I believe the powerpoint is very self explanatory. You can adapt to whatever fits your needs. This also works with other other lessons..just change out the sentence and you have a game for lesson 3! The kids loved it as I let them pick the "numbers." Anywho, enjoy!

Also, I created word cards for students to make sentences. What I usually do is split them in groups of 4. They must make a sentence with the word cards and write the sentence on paper. I give them 5 minutes to see who can come up with the most CORRECT sentences. You may change the words to your desire!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Mandy-ro on March 20, 2012, 02:27:09 pm
Here is an interesting little video, not sure if it is too fast, but I am going to run it by my 5th grade co-teachers and find out tomorrow...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DpLOOEvTGXU

She had used it before, and the kids really liked it. They thought it was funny. : D
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: lita on March 20, 2012, 02:40:51 pm
I made a simple mystery box for period 1. I hope its helpful.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: ohmihyun on March 20, 2012, 02:58:43 pm
Hello,

Attached are some ppts I used for last years "Whose boat is this" lesson.  I've altered the ppt's to fit whith this lesson.

Please edit as you wish, and be sure to change the teachers photos to yours.

Thanks & happy teaching!!

Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: cestaley on March 20, 2012, 03:40:40 pm
Here are 2 ppts to go along with Lesson 2 Period 1.

1. Look & Listen (G5L2P1 dialogue). It has an ANGRY BIRDS theme. I get the kids to watch the video a couple times and listen carefully. Then I elicit from them any sentences they remember hearing. Print a copy of slide 2 to have in front of you and click on the correct number when a student says it. Click on the Jack in the Box to go back to the main slide. Any order is fine, until they've gotten all the sentences. Works well for any grade.

2. Vocabulary (G5L2P1 Vocabulary) in English and Korean using images from the textbook.

Hope you find them useful!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: JC49 on March 21, 2012, 12:35:40 pm
Simple ppt on Whose___ Korean explanation


MY ct gave me this Cinderlla ppt using :" Whose shoe______????
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Islander on March 21, 2012, 03:12:17 pm
this is a simple ppt to introduce new vocabulary and some key expressions.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: tideout on March 21, 2012, 08:52:48 pm
Can anyone recommend a story that works well with this chapter? My co-teacher wants to use a story but doesn't want to use "Whose dong is this?".

Can't say I'll miss the dong fairytale myself but don't know what else might work.

Thanks to anyone who can free me from this situation!  ;D
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: CMTC on March 22, 2012, 07:45:25 am
Can anyone recommend a story that works well with this chapter? My co-teacher wants to use a story but doesn't want to use "Whose dong is this?".

Can't say I'll miss the dong fairytale myself but don't know what else might work.

Thanks to anyone who can free me from this situation!  ;D


It's a cartoon but maybe you could use GoGo Episode 28 Whose dress is this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZEE3LAiXBA
Title: 5th Grade, Lesson 2 - Whose umbrella is this?
Post by: heeyal on March 22, 2012, 08:07:01 am
Hey guys,

Here's a ppt that I used for a small section of the 'Whose umbrella is it?' lesson.

It's not great, and it's my first attempt at ppt making but thought I'd share it anyway - the kids seemed to get a kick out of it.

It's basically a series of objects (umbrella, glue, glove etc.) and then some celebrity with their face blanked out and the kids have to guess whose _______ it is.

Anyway, enjoy! Or don't.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: tideout on March 22, 2012, 05:12:10 pm
Can anyone recommend a story that works well with this chapter? My co-teacher wants to use a story but doesn't want to use "Whose dong is this?".

Can't say I'll miss the dong fairytale myself but don't know what else might work.

Thanks to anyone who can free me from this situation!  ;D


It's a cartoon but maybe you could use GoGo Episode 28 Whose dress is this?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZEE3LAiXBA

Thanks for responding. It may be as near as I can get outside of the "Whose dong is it?" story. Is it me or does anyone else hate matching up videos with specific grammar? The problem in my mind is that it seems there's inevitably vocabulary/grammar that goes off in directions the kids aren't really able to digest. I guess that's why they make the little videos in the books/dvd!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: shelleydee on March 23, 2012, 11:37:18 am
I don't know if this has already been mentioned, but the Koreans have a storybook called "Whose Ddong is this?" (basically Who's Poo is This?") Every Korean teacher should know where to get this book from, and it should be good for Reading.  And get some laughs...
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: heeyal on March 23, 2012, 12:02:21 pm
Got to find that book! I take it the books in Korean. Or is it in English?
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: heeyal on March 23, 2012, 12:06:48 pm
Here's a ppt I just used. I used it for the first 'Speak & Play' part of Lesson 2. It's got instructions included. I made it a bit too long but it was fun all the same.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Pants on March 23, 2012, 01:01:39 pm
 For those looking for "Whose Dung is This?", here's a thread with a PPT for it.

http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,3661.msg18616.html#msg18616 (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,3661.msg18616.html#msg18616)
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: JC49 on March 23, 2012, 05:59:26 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4BNbHBcnDI

Finding Nemo___mine
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: weirdgirlinkorea on March 26, 2012, 04:18:52 pm
Homework for periods later than 1. Oh in case you're wondering what's up with the leprechaun and gold words in the assignment, I like to teach my kids an unusual word or two now and then and this time it revolves around their role play. I'm sure, however, you can just switch those out for the words 'notebook and textbook' pretty easily.

enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 6 - Lesson 2 I'll Play the Guitar (천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn)
Post by: skofeteacher on March 27, 2012, 09:47:33 am
You guys are going to love me.... Here are two kickass games that we used for this lesson last year!  Probably the most fun you'll have teachin a lesson...  Yep, just that awesome...
Basically, it's  "whose song is this?"   You play a clip, and the kids guess who sings it.. they love this game...  Here are 2 different versions... 

and thennnnnnnnnn  here's a link to the most ultimate bomb game ever, which I cant open at work cuz it's so big its through rapidshsare, and thats blocked here,  but I hear this is the greatest game of all time, whihc Im pretty sure you could use in the same format "Whose song is this" 
Some waygookin went all out here.. Its definitely worth a peep

http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,15003.0.html

Well have a kickass day everyone... May the gods bless you with a day of attentive children.

-Skofe
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Islander on March 27, 2012, 01:17:31 pm
i updated one of ohmihyun ppts to review vocabulary. this starts off with a review of pronouns, possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns. then there are simple sentences to demonstrate the grammar and vocabulary. like i said, very simple but hopefully useful.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: lbdb3l on March 28, 2012, 09:01:27 am
Here's a simple board game I made. The key dialogue is as follows:

S1: Whose ______ is this?
S2: It's _____'s. (If there is a smiley face, the response is "It's mine.")
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: zeus2012 on March 28, 2012, 09:55:27 am
Personal pronoun song - Whose Puppy Is It?  Catchy tune - simple and well drawn graphics so easy to follow!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=CWxrJI_Tna8

Hpope this helps!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: ManFromScene24 on March 28, 2012, 11:01:56 am
A ppt to use with 5th Grade Lesson 2 (Cheonjae book).
It's not perfect by any means, but it has all the pictures to use for vocabulary.


Also, just the vocabulary word cards for quick reference. I colored them using MS Paint.  :P
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Moerbeie on March 28, 2012, 01:13:59 pm
Here is a nice short song - key words "Whose is it? It's mine/hers/his/theirs/yours."
My kids liked it and could sing along easily.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_w8TokgMAk
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: aukina on March 28, 2012, 01:29:08 pm
Listening game:  4 corners with teams
Use the picture cards on p201.  There are 8.  Make a team for each card.  So, for example, the students in team "notebook" should each be holding the picture of the notebook.  Place 4 book characters on the walls.  The teams split up and choose a book character to stand under.  Then, randomly assign each item to a character.  Read the sentences, such as, "Whose umbrella is this?  It's Minu's."  Then, if any of team "umbrella" is standing under the picture of Minu, they hold up their cards and get one point for each person.  Do that for all the items, then allow the students to find a new place to stand and repeat.

Speaking game:
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Also, here's a short "Whose is it" ppt.

Hey! I really liked this speaking game idea so I made a ppt and used it in my class. My kids are already in groups of 3 and 4, so we just played in groups. Hope it helps someone!
There's also a short Vocab review at the beginning.

**Make sure you tell then to ask one at a time! I had some groups just grabbing cards and yelling "Umbrella!"  ???
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: cha_m26 on March 28, 2012, 03:09:16 pm
Introduction ppt, Group Clap game, Trashcan BB and Blazing Pens. Enjoy!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: rhetoric on March 28, 2012, 04:07:51 pm
Here's a tweaked version of "Whose Dung is this?" with some changes in typeface and graphics.  Minimal, but it makes for a more interesting presentation.  The other powerpoint is negligible, pictures of a baseball bat, baseball glove, and a baseball, but the activity that went with it may be worthwhile.

I brought in a baseball glove, bat and ball, and started the class by having the students write their names on a small slip of paper that was on their desks as they came in the classroom.  After practicing writing their names, we put the slips in a bag.  Later in the class, I stuffed a slip of paper into the baseball glove and tossed it to one of the students, asking the student, "Whose baseball glove is this?".  Then the student extracted the name and had to say, "It's Kim so and so's baseball glove." Whereby a new slip of paper was inserted into the glove and it was tossed to Kim so-and-so.  When that got old, after five or six times, we switched to taping the slip of paper to a baseball and tossing it to the student who had the glove, then finally switched to taping the name to the baseball bat and pretending to throw it but handing it off instead.  It made for a nice activity.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Islander on March 29, 2012, 09:10:48 am
hey guys. another vocabulary ppt here. this one reviews the new words from the chapter (i'm using the blazing pens game that someone [sorry can't remember who!] posted yesterday later in the period so i think a review will prepare them from the game. as the middle of the lesson springs "i have..." out of nowhere, i've including a small explanation of when to use the phrase, a chart with the conjugation of to have and then sample sentences using vocabulary from the textbook. hope it's helpful!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: zeus2012 on March 29, 2012, 12:43:23 pm
Hey - I used the attached PPT.  Embedded videos from YouTube may not work due to the path I used - so you may need to just go to the video directly on YouTube itself! Anyway I used characters from Pororo/Harry Potter to elicit 'Whose (hat) is this?' or 'Whose (glove) is this?' - then I also ask them to spell the characters name (to review previous lesson).  I've also used examples of some K-pop musicians to try and make it more interesting!

Hope this helps!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: timberrynz on March 29, 2012, 01:15:58 pm
Kpop bomb game using sallyafc's 'girls generation' template...material from first and second lesson.  :) ;) :D ;D >:( :( :o 8) ??? ::) :P :-[ :-X :-\ :'( :laugh: :blank:
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: j.jeanne on March 29, 2012, 03:11:33 pm
I had an identical activity for another 5th grade book since I rotate between 2 schools, but this is a writing based activity- writing stations- so it takes a bit of prep work and some organization. The students at my other school really seemed to enjoy it though, so I'm going to give it another try.
Anyway, if anyone is still on lesson 2, here's what I prepared. There's a slide with information for how I use it.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: KirbyFan112 on March 30, 2012, 12:59:46 pm
Introduction ppt, Group Clap game, Trashcan BB and Blazing Pens. Enjoy!

I played the group clap game for period 4 today. It went ok but just a warning, it can be very exhausting for the teacher. Also, its better to read it as a whole class, because my levels are so mixed. The kids have fun reading and doing the motions together.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: jhp on March 30, 2012, 01:56:24 pm
Intro ppt

YuGiOh Review Game - Instructions included  (PowerPoint triggers may not work on Macs)
Office 2010 users, save bomb games as .PPTM
More bomb games - http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140.0.html

 :D

The Yugi-oh game template was simply amazing! Thanks for the awesome share!!!!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Sunny_D on March 30, 2012, 02:14:17 pm
Hey - I combined a few ppt's that were posted earlier in the thread, made some changes and added a few things. Good for a quick review. Maybe for period 2 or three! Thanks to those people who posted the originals!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: teacherjenni on March 30, 2012, 02:44:31 pm
I'm doing open class next week on period 6.  I swiped someone else's cute snail themed ppt (thanks!) and adjusted it to what I need. We are doing:
                      1. Song
                      2. PPT "Whose __ is this? It's ___'s." practice
                      3. Cinderella Role-play
For the role-play, first we will watch the book's version. Then we'll give out our own version and have the students act it out. It's the same story/key sentences as the book, but with a bit more added in.

Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: jalbrto on March 30, 2012, 02:48:41 pm
These are different materials that I have that I will be using. I saw the thread and these are the different material than is already posted.

A "Go fish" game. I use the cards in the back, and the PPT explains the game. Oh, yea. This instruction PPT has my student's faces on them. They can easily be replaced by whatever you want. Removing them does not affect the PPT in any way.

"Whose puppy is it" Lyrics. My CoT had the sheet, I added blanks to it. I will do this song first as a "Stand up Sit Down Game."  KIDS LOVE THIS GAME. Then hand out the worksheet. Fill out the blanks.
If you do not know. Write words from the song from the song on the board. Have the students pick a word. Play the song, everytime they hear their word they stand, then sit down. The students still standing, win.

Chase the Vocab: Meant for period 4 or 5. The way I play this game:
         At each round. Students must write a sentence for each picture. (or whatever the language it is)
                I have a watch. I have a red shirt. She has a blue watch. They have a spongebob shirt.
         I then go to the next slide and scramble the pictures. Ss then must assign a number to each of the
                  sentences that they wrote. They number they wrote must match to the card on the PPT. If it
                  matches, point.

And a play on the Zombie Game:
          Will play in groups. For example 6 groups of 4. Will make a set of cards for each group, so will make
          one set off 4 cards and give one set to each group. Each person will have one card.
          -Student A in group 1 has a red hat.
          -He stands, and picks a student from another group. Lets say student C in group 5.
          -Student 1A. I have a red hat.
                               Do you have a red hat.
                          5C Yes, I have a red hat.
                                No, I do not have a red hat.
          - If 1A finds his matching card, then his team gets a point.
          - Then the next team goes.
          For each round I have student from each I have student A from every group stand. Then by teams they 
          start to ask. After each team has gone. Student B from each group stands and they ask again.
         
          After each round, you can have the students change cards among the groups, so the other students
          do not know which card they have.  (I hope you guys understand)
 
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: ohmihyun on March 30, 2012, 03:01:17 pm
Hello,

Attached is a Paas the Ball game that I altered to practice new key sentences.  I used this for speak & Read period.


Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Soyasauce on March 30, 2012, 03:09:44 pm
Here's a blazing pens I did up for this lesson. Took about 25 mins to get through it all
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: applemany1 on March 30, 2012, 03:25:52 pm
That Yu Gi Oh game looks like it took a long time to make! Great job!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: ohherro on March 30, 2012, 03:29:07 pm
Intro ppt for Lesson 2 Period 1.  We played Snatch with the cards in the back of the book.  The students have to put their hands on their hands, then we say "Whose____ is this" and they grab the card.  The student with the most cards wins.

2nd slide has a cute video.  Here's the link for it (if it doesn't work on the ppt):

Whose Puppy is it?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxrJI_Tna8
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Ali25 on April 01, 2012, 06:57:10 pm
a basic PPT if you merely want your children to repeat till they got the key sentence through muscle memory. I would ask for each picture..."whose______ is it"
and they should answer with each name that accompanies the picture; "it's Taehee's"

If you have some time left and the PPT is finished start from the beginning, but ask each student one by one"
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: cha_m26 on April 02, 2012, 08:15:55 am
Introduction ppt, Group Clap game, Trashcan BB and Blazing Pens. Enjoy!

I played the group clap game for period 4 today. It went ok but just a warning, it can be very exhausting for the teacher. Also, its better to read it as a whole class, because my levels are so mixed. The kids have fun reading and doing the motions together.

Sorry, probably should have it explained this a bit!
First we read the dialogue as a class, then students read it to themselves 3 times over as fast as they can.
I then have students stand up around the edge of the classroom, making sure lower levels are next to higher levels.
We time them on each stage as a grade-wide competition, which means that the students help each other out. At the end they say it all together (instead of one word each), then finally everyone races me.

Definitely need to make sure you've had your coffee first though, as it involves a lot of moving around!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Eugene on April 02, 2012, 02:41:38 pm
Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is That?
Period 2


1.   Introductions: Hello, how are you? How is the weather? What did you do last night? Etc….
2.   ON CD-ROM teach pages 26 & 27.   (10-15min)

3.   Play whose puppy is this song. (3 min)

4.   Show PowerPoint to the class and have them respond to PPT questions. (7 min)

5.   Begin Student Worksheet.

-   Handout an object flashcard to each student.
-   Students then right their name on the object and I tell them to remember what their object was.
-   Collect all of the objects shuffle them and hand them back out to the class.
-   Hand out the questionnaire sheet that students will need to fill out.
-   Do an example reading for students to see what they will be doing.
-   Let all the students walk around and ask each other, “whose _______  is this?” referring to the object in the other persons hand. It’s __(name)_  __(object)__-.
&. If there is extra time collect all objects and pull out one item at a time and ask “Whose pen is this?" The owner must yell out "That's my pen." Then I ask again "Whose pen is this?" The class must point to the owner and say "It's his/her pen." I pretend that I don't know who they are talking about and I ask the question again. The class must respond with "It's Pao's pen" or "It's hers." I then ask Pao "Is this yours?" Pao must answer "Yes, it's mine."
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Eugene on April 02, 2012, 05:00:28 pm
Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is That?
Period 2


1.   Introductions: Hello, how are you? How is the weather? What did you do last night? Etc….
2.   ON CD-ROM teach pages 26 & 27.   (10-15min)

3.   Play whose puppy is this song. (3 min)

4.   Show PowerPoint to the class and have them respond to PPT questions. (7 min)

5.   Begin Student Worksheet.

-   Handout an object flashcard to each student.
-   Students then right their name on the object and I tell them to remember what their object was.
-   Collect all of the objects shuffle them and hand them back out to the class.
-   Hand out the questionnaire sheet that students will need to fill out.
-   Do an example reading for students to see what they will be doing.
-   Let all the students walk around and ask each other, “whose _______  is this?” referring to the object in the other persons hand. It’s __(name)_  __(object)__-.
&. If there is extra time collect all objects and pull out one item at a time and ask “Whose pen is this?" The owner must yell out "That's my pen." Then I ask again "Whose pen is this?" The class must point to the owner and say "It's his/her pen." I pretend that I don't know who they are talking about and I ask the question again. The class must respond with "It's Pao's pen" or "It's hers." I then ask Pao "Is this yours?" Pao must answer "Yes, it's mine."
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Eugene on April 02, 2012, 05:15:25 pm
Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is That?
Period 3


1.   Introductions: Hello, how are you? How is the weather? What did you do last night? Etc….
2.   ON CD-ROM teach pages 28 & 29.   (10-15min)

3.   Play whose song is this bomb game. (10 -15 min)

4.   Students can work on crossword puzzle. (10 min)
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Eugene on April 02, 2012, 05:20:16 pm
Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is That?
Period 4


1.   Introductions: Hello, how are you? How is the weather? What did you do last night? Etc….
2.   ON CD-ROM teach pages 30 & 31.   (10-15min)
3.   Let students practice with cards on pg 201. Have them say:
-   Whose _____ is that ?
-   What do you have?
-   I have a ______!   
Show an example  for them using a PPT.   (5-10min)
4.   Hand out scripts for the students and have them work in groups of four.  Give them some time to practice and then they can present to the class.  (10-15 min).

5.   If there is extra time play blazing pens word scramble game.
           
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: evy on April 03, 2012, 08:46:46 am
Intro ppt

YuGiOh Review Game - Instructions included  (PowerPoint triggers may not work on Macs)
Office 2010 users, save bomb games as .PPTM
More bomb games - http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140.0.html

 :D

My students flipped for this game.  The animation was amazing! Thank you!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Sokogroove on April 03, 2012, 09:14:57 am
Hi, Thanks for all the great material in this section it has really helped me out.

For part 5 p32-33 I made a small ppt to demonstrate and practice a little grammar focusing on using have and has.
I included in it examples from a worksheet made by another teacher on this section, I forgot your name but all credit to you for the content on the last 2 slides.

Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Nykeva on April 03, 2012, 10:09:47 am
Hey, here's a worksheet I made using the rage comic characters for my after school class.  We were talking about clothes and the possessive pronouns.  The site I used for that is this one http://ragecollection.com/create
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Baby Jazz on April 03, 2012, 01:14:50 pm
A writing practice worksheet.

Students can use the textbook to help them to fill in the missing words, if required.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: cchou002 on April 03, 2012, 02:02:48 pm
This game is Jeopardy.  I would use it for earlier portions of lesson 2 because the main focus is asking "Whose ___ is this?" and answering  with "It's ____" blank being a name
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: taebaekteacher on April 03, 2012, 02:46:38 pm
This is a typhoon/whose song is this game. I didn't make this, just tweaked it a bit and added some famous people's pictures. The kids LOVED this game so thanks to whoever made the original!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: lilsalil on April 03, 2012, 02:59:47 pm
good game for writing activity
Title: Whose Umbrella is this?
Post by: anel0701 on April 04, 2012, 08:44:32 am
lesson 2 (2012) grade 5
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Seoulteacher on April 04, 2012, 09:39:30 am
Intro ppt

YuGiOh Review Game - Instructions included  (PowerPoint triggers may not work on Macs)
Office 2010 users, save bomb games as .PPTM
More bomb games - http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140.0.html

 :D

Kyle - This game is amazing!! You did an incredible job!! My kids loved it  :D
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: timberrynz on April 04, 2012, 11:41:11 am
Review ppt with bits from all over lesson 2 (english and korean words/phrases)  :o ;D

Apologies in advance for any spelling errors ㅋㅋ  :o
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: sylv_sa on April 04, 2012, 02:32:56 pm
Here's a ppt for this lesson from my second lesson with a Pass The Ball game.
Thanx to all previous posts!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: RealTL on April 04, 2012, 03:26:29 pm
Song game, credits to skofeteacher and Eugene for the original game.

I played the song game skofeteacher posted earlier with 2 of my Grade 5's and they complained that the songs were too old and outdated. :laugh: I edited the game, same format, just changed all the songs, they're all relatively new songs (within 1 - 2 years).
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Neka42 on April 05, 2012, 08:26:53 am
Hey,
I created a short memory game in ppt. It has only 4 characters so it's a bit easier than other memory games. The students will be asked "Whose cap is this?" etc. They have to respond by saying "It's Spongebob's cap." and then you can click the boxes to reveal what's underneath.
Title: Re: Grade 6 - Lesson 2 I'll Play the Guitar (천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn)
Post by: neelbo1 on April 06, 2012, 01:25:08 pm
You guys are going to love me.... Here are two kickass games that we used for this lesson last year!  Probably the most fun you'll have teachin a lesson...  Yep, just that awesome...
Basically, it's  "whose song is this?"   You play a clip, and the kids guess who sings it.. they love this game...  Here are 2 different versions... 

and thennnnnnnnnn  here's a link to the most ultimate bomb game ever, which I cant open at work cuz it's so big its through rapidshsare, and thats blocked here,  but I hear this is the greatest game of all time, whihc Im pretty sure you could use in the same format "Whose song is this" 
Some waygookin went all out here.. Its definitely worth a peep

http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,15003.0.html

Well have a kickass day everyone... May the gods bless you with a day of attentive children.

-Skofe

i was so excited to play this game with my kids but it didn't go over so well.  Some students complained that they didn't know the songs since some of them were pretty old.  T-T 
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: lbdb3l on April 06, 2012, 02:38:23 pm
Team Telepathy Game.

You can pretty much play it however you want. I had my students work in their teams to produce the correct key sentence and select from the four choices shown. They have to both write a correct sentence and say it out loud as a team. And it's pretty standard from there.
Title: Grade 5: Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is This? (Frances Sohn)
Post by: prada_g on April 09, 2012, 02:20:51 pm
Hey you guys!

I'm not sure how many of you guys are using this textbook, but it seems quite a few elementary school in Daejeon is using this textbook. Rather than a lesson plan I am uploading a materials I used to compliment this lesson. The first one is a PPT story of a Korean children's story "Whose poo is this?" It gets the students riled up and is a fun way of learning this key expression! Also I will be attaching the song, whose puppy is it?
Title: Re: Grade 5: Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is This? (Frances Sohn)
Post by: prada_g on April 09, 2012, 02:27:19 pm
This is the song for Whose Puppy Is This and attach is a worksheet for the students. The song link is on the worksheet. There is Korean directions on there to help you out in case your students are lower level students.
Title: Re: Grade 5: Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is This? (Frances Sohn)
Post by: prada_g on April 09, 2012, 02:32:57 pm
This is PPT of some famous Korean celebs. You can ask the students the key expressions with this PPT. I hope this is useful for you.
Title: Re: Grade 5: Lesson 2: Whose Umbrella Is This? (Frances Sohn)
Post by: prada_g on April 09, 2012, 02:39:18 pm
My co-teacher actually added this game to our lesson.  I didn't really get to use it as we were always pressed for time with other activities. But take a look at it and feel free to use it if you're looking for an extra activity on this lesson.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: rockiavelli on April 13, 2012, 08:08:53 am
My students seemed to enjoy this game.  It's a tweak on the game that was in the book this year and the national book last year.

'Whose is it' Guessing game ~25 min

1.  Students are placed in groups of 4.  I numbered the groups.
2.  Each Group/Team will take turns coming to the front of class or standing at their desks.
3.  Each G/T will select one personal item from a member.  I had all the groups select an item at the same time so there was no peeking.
4.  The G/T who starts will prompt the class with “Whose _____ is this?”
5.  The groups seated will respond with  “It is/It's ______'s.”  I required them to have everyone in their group raise their hand before I would count them, and I picked the groups based on how fast they responded to the question.  Then I told them the order they would answer, ie: Group 2 First, Group 4 Second, Group 7 Third.
6.  Points scale
        First guess=3pts
        Second guess=2 pts.
        Third guess=1pt.
        No Correct guessing, the presenting team gets 3 pts.

A couple suggestions:  I have each group count "1,2,3" before they speak that way all of them no when, and that they should, speak.  The kids love these kinds of games, but we have to keep it English heavy to justify it, and getting everyone to speak in their groups is key.  Also, I added a brief explanation of possessive pronouns in the review at the beginning of the class in which we did this exercise, and I had the groups add "It's his/hers."  after they said the student's name.
Title: Whose Umbrella Is This? Memory Game!
Post by: ale_cat on April 16, 2012, 11:48:24 am
I put this game together for the kids to practice saying:

1) "Whose __ is it"
2) "It's ___'s"

It's a basic memory game - but as you will see when you open it, instead of hiding the items behind a plain coloured card, I've hidden them behind a character.

How to play:

- Each character has an item.
- For the kids to reveal what's behind the character they must say "It's ___'s red glove".
- In order to get the point, the students must name the two characters hiding the same item.

IMPORTANT:
- To preview the item, you must click on the character.
- To remove the character permanently (once the kiddies have guessed correctly), click on the number beside it.

Some kids helped me with the characters, so I'm not familiar with all the character names. In case you don't know who they are talking about, ask them to tell you which number. If they don't know the character, they can also say "It's number 18's red glove".

Note: My co-teacher and I are also characters, in case you're wondering who the random people are...

Enjoy!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 3, Whose MP3 Player Is This? 천재교육 (Tongyong), Divine
Post by: divine on April 16, 2012, 01:08:23 pm
Hey guys, 

        Please see the attached Youtube video that specifically geared to Personal pronouns.

 I believe this video is much better than what's is available in the text.

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxrJI_Tna8&feature=related
                 (Video title) Whose puppy is it? ESL for kids Youtube.

Alright ! You have a nice day!

Ciao!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: omgitsmax on April 17, 2012, 01:33:03 pm
Hey guys,

I made an updated version of the "Whose Song is This?" Kpop sound game using new song. I posted it over on the YBM thread but it seems like not as many people use that book. Anyways, here is a link to the post  :D

http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,32508.msg235392/topicseen.html#msg235392 (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,32508.msg235392/topicseen.html#msg235392)
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Moerbeie on April 18, 2012, 02:25:03 pm
Intro ppt

YuGiOh Review Game - Instructions included  (PowerPoint triggers may not work on Macs)
Office 2010 users, save bomb games as .PPTM
More bomb games - http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140.0.html

 :D

Thank you SOOOOOoo much for the YuGiOh game my kids are crazy about it!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Arclight on April 22, 2012, 07:37:42 am
Game finally done.  Please vote for me in the Game Competition, if you really like it.  I'm a PowerPoint novice so there was a steep learning curve and a lot of frustration working out the kinks, but I also had a lot of fun making it.  It's still not perfect (not as user-friendly as I would like) but I'll work on improving it and reupload when I do.

Introducing KPOP SQUARES!

This game is based on the popular game show Hollywood Squares.  However, it also incoporates other elements that are typically found in some bomb games.  Essentially, this is not a bomb games.  It's much different.

HOW TO PLAY

There are multiple ways you could play this game:

1. The easiest is to divide the class into 2 teams (i.e. boys vs. girls) and assign each team as either X or O.
2. A more complicated way would be to play the game similar to the game show Hollywood Squares.  Choose 9 students that will represent each of the KPop groups (hint: mix skill levels). Then, divide the rest of the class into 2 teams (X and O).  So, as in the game show, the student repesenting the music group in that square will have to answer the question first and then the X or O team could either agree or disagree.  Research the rules to Hollywood Squares, if you want to play this way.  It's probably easier to just play the first way I describe above.

How to win:

Again, there are multiple ways you could win.  It's really up to you.

1. 1 line of X or O in a row.
2. 2 lines of X or O in a row.
3. Four corners.
4. Four corners + middle square.
5. Full board.

I recommend 2 lines for easiest playability.  If all the squares are taken, and the game is in a stalemate, teams should then try to steal the other team's squares.

TEACHER INSTRUCTIONS

This game is a little complicated in its layout and slide transitions so please follow these instructions carefully.

The first slide has many layers.  I recommend not trying to edit it.  When you open the first slide, you can either begin playing the game right away or preferably, you should click on the left hand banner to begin the animations that will introduce the game rules and the players.

To get to the question slides, click on the picture of the music group in the square.  This will bring you to the main page for that group.  Click once to start the animation and then you can choose from 1 of the 6 questions available for that group by clicking on the number button.  There are 6 for each group because the same square will likely be chosen multiple times.  Once you get to a question slide, proceed with the animation to reveal the answer.  To return to the first slide (the main game board), you must click the title logo of the music group at the top of the slide.

How to place and remove X and O:

- To place an X or O in the square, you must click on the X or O triangle icon in that square.  Important: if you want to remove the X, for example, you must click the X triangle again before replacing it with an O.

Specials:

- On certain question slides, you may see an icon at the bottom of the page.  Once the answer has been revealed, click on the bottom icon to begin the animation and then, click on the music group's logo at the top to return to the main page.

1. Double Combo = Your team gets an extra turn and can choose another square. So, essentially, the other team misses a turn.
2. Big Bang Bomb = Bombs are good in this game.  If you get a bomb, you can remove 1 square from the opposing team (but NOT steal - just remove)
3. B2ST Shock = 1 square becomes under quarantine for 1 turn. The team that gets the B2ST Shock can choose which square.  This means neither team can choose this square for 1 turn.

To activate the quarantine, simply click on the yellow quarantine icon in that square.  To remove it, click on that icon again.

Known issues:

This game could be more user-friendly, I admit.  I'm working on resolutions.

1. 54 questions!  That's a lot of questions!  This is based on the number of times it is anticipated that single squares may be chosen multiple times.  You do not need to have so many questions if you do not want to.  I recommend that you have 3 available for each music group though (bringing the number down to 27 questions).

2. On the special question slides, there is a animated layer covering the question. Therefore, in order to edit the question, you must first move the layer and then move it back into position once you're done.  I am trying to solve this problem by moving this layer to a different slide but I'm running into problems because the game board seems to reset (all placed X and Os disappear) when I try it this way.  I'll keep working on it.

3. And probably the biggest problem right now is related to the 6 questions for each group.  The problem is that if you accidently choose the same question twice, and then return to the main page, the game board will reset (all previously placed X, Os, and Quarantines will disappear).  This is a major problem.  I'm working on a solution on how to make the number disappear after it's been chosen to eliminate this problem.  I'm having difficulty with it though.  For now, the best solution I have is for the teacher to keep a running tally of which questions have been chosen already.  I have included a tally sheet that you can use to keep track.  It might also be a good idea to keep a track of the positions of the X and Os as the game progresses, just in case the board resets.  This should only happen if you choose the same question twice, though.  I'm working on a solution for this.

So, the game still needs a little work to make it a little more user-friendly.  I'll keep trying to improve it.  I'm still a PowerPoint novice, but I'm studying on how to improve.  Thanks to Daejeon and Sprite, whose awesome games gave me the inspiration to start creating my own. 

I have more games under development so stay tuned for more from me.  Trying to find alternatives to bomb games.  Drawing a lot of inspiration from game shows and board games.  I think my next project will likely be RISK.   Comments and votes in this competition are very much appreciated. 

I hope your kids will enjoy this game as much as mine did.  If you have any questions or problems with the game, please PM me and I will try my best to solve them.  Cheers.

Sample screenshot:

(http://img210.imageshack.us/img210/892/mainboardscreenshot.jpg)
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Sunnas on April 23, 2012, 09:21:49 am
Here are some things I made for this Chapter.  Doing the Speak and Play activity in the textbook was confusing so I made a step by step ppt and changed some parts to make it more user friendly.  It worked pretty well.  If you have a time limit I suggest that you give the students the Bingo sheets with names already typed in and only make them add the objects.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Sunnas on April 23, 2012, 09:32:22 am
The kids love this song.  I used it for this chapter.  "Whose puppy is it? ESL for kids."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxrJI_Tna8&feature=endscreen&NR=1

Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: damof on April 29, 2012, 08:55:38 pm
This is a practice activity. It works best after presenting the target language in the lesson.

First ask the class as a whole who each character is (this is important because, as it turns out, a lot of Korean kids can't name Bart Simpson or Bugs Bunny). Then show the individual items and ask, "Whose frying pan is this?" etc. I find it works best if you get students to raise their hands if they want to answer.

You can award them for correctly answering if you want. I gave my students 'good job' stamps.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: damof on April 29, 2012, 09:08:56 pm
This is a bomb game I wrote for this lesson. It works well because each student is privy to information that nobody else is, which they tend to enjoy.

First of all, you need to copy and paste the images use for the answer slides to make flashcards (I didn't have time to do this). You need a different flash card for each student. If you have more students than answer images, just search for images of famous characters holding items and use this (yes, this is a little unfair as it means some students have flashcards that are not used in the game, but they don't need to know that).

Divide the class into two groups (I went by girls and boys). Each group takes it in turns to pick a letter. Show the linked question slide and loudly ask, "Whose...is this?". The student who has the corresponding answer flashcard raises their hand and says, "It's Jjangu's bottle," or whatever the correct answer is.

Please note, slide 28 is a personal picture I used because it gets a great reaction from my kids. Obviously you'll need to change this as your students don't know who I am.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: bonnieflares on May 02, 2012, 01:03:55 pm
Here is a review worksheet for the first two lessons.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: tweety11226 on May 23, 2012, 01:17:16 pm
Here are some materials and videos  :P
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Roblee on June 03, 2012, 06:54:44 pm
Our class is divided into 6 teams and we had 6 little marker boards. We gave each team a marker board and a marker. Then I collected 2 items from each team and put it in a basket. Then we would have a team choose 1 item. They asked the class, "Whose ___ is this?" The rest of the class had to find out which team the item came from. Then I would ask the class, "Whose ____ is this?" and whoever it belonged to had to say, "It's mine."
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: jds.27 on June 11, 2012, 09:26:49 pm
Just an introduction to a few useful expressions, hope it helps  :)
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Kate2627 on June 14, 2012, 03:10:21 pm
Hope it help
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: sylv_sa on July 06, 2012, 01:09:14 pm
PPt is used for the 2nd period and also 3rd period as well as a snakes ad ladders game, enjoy!

MOD EDIT:
sylva_sa, this game was already posted in the national curriculum thread so I am removing your attachment. Also when you post materials that are not created by you, it's best to say, that you did not create it especially if you do not know who to give credit to.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: ashwilli on December 05, 2012, 08:43:14 am
I did a easy time killing activity with my class of 6 that worked very well (except for the competitive kid's temper tantrums lol).

I just taped four pictures of characters, one on each wall and split the class into two teams. I then had two copies of 6 pictures of items (a watch, umbrella, notebook, textbook, paintbrush, and a shirt) and gave one copy to each team.

I then had them say, "Whose _______ is it?" Where they would insert the item themselves and I would say, "It's ______'s _____." and they would try to send the person with that item to the picture on the wall. The first team there gets a point.

To spice things up a bit, I had them all turn the pictures over on a table and I said, "Whose _____ is it? It's ______'s." and they had to search for the item and THEN take it to the picture, so it was a bit harder and they had to focus more on what I was saying to get their answer.

It was very fun for the class and myself! I used pictures from previously posted ppts, or you can choose your own. But just in case, I have attached what I used!

Happy teaching~
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: yfb on March 07, 2013, 01:16:31 pm
Here's an alternative to the dung story.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: danabudovitch on March 26, 2013, 08:58:11 am
Hey guys,
Just did up a quick ppt guessing game using the following key expressions:
"Who's _________ is it?"
"It's _______'s _______."
Feel free to use it or change it.
Have at 'er!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: JC49 on March 26, 2013, 02:22:31 pm
MY C-T made this ppt for K-POP:"Whose Song".

She used it for her 2nd period of her lesson.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Baby Jazz on March 26, 2013, 03:11:45 pm
Easy Memory Game.

Give the class 10-15 seconds to memorise the pictures and then move to the next screen.

Play this game in teams.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: respect_teaching on March 27, 2013, 01:06:50 pm
Here is a pronoun poem that will help students memorize and differentiate the pronouns.   I chorally drill the poem first thing first class.  Then I have them copy it in their notebook for the writing part.  Then I give them a quiz on it sometime during the 6 or 7th class.  I also use the quiz PPT to illicit responses at the beginning of the 1st through 5th classes.

I also made this list of all English Personal/possessive pronouns and had my co teacher translate them into Korean.  Students will translate and copy during the writing period.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: beccajane on March 28, 2013, 01:48:06 pm
Support sheet for low level 5th graders.  I had some students struggling in period 5 selecting have or has.  I printed a few copies and put them in protective sleeves and have been able to re-use them for every class. 
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: HikaruClaire on March 28, 2013, 01:51:56 pm
A vocab sheet and role-play. It is a shame that role play is not a part of this book, as my students love role play. I created one for them to do.


Thanks for the ideas!  My students are higher levels, so this seems like a good challenge for them - and an excuse to introduce a new cultural concept like leprechauns!

I'm attaching a ppt I've made to introduce the roleplay.

Here my procedure for the roleplay.

Intro (10 minutes)
Introduce new vocabulary. Ss listen and repeat once.
Introduce situation to the students.
Ss learn about leprechauns.
After hearing facts about leprechauns, ask a few questions to check comprehension.
Decide the roles for the roleplay.
Practice the dialog once.

Practice in their teams for 5~10 minutes.

Each team takes a turn to roleplay 5~ 10 minutes.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: purpletequila on March 28, 2013, 02:08:38 pm
So I just added a Connect Four activity/game that would be suitable for this chapter.

I'm using it for period 2 but I guess it would work for any activity that required speaking practise.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: JC49 on March 28, 2013, 03:58:35 pm
P4 Reading ppt ;D. Thanks for Spriite 86 for ppt  ;D
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Ronan on March 29, 2013, 12:27:47 pm
Period 2

Speaking practice game for:

A: What a nice _______!
    Whose _______ is it?

B:  It's _________.

I divided the class into boys vs girls. First two boys stand up and say the dialogue... but they have to guess the person who owns the item... It's Obama's, it's Harry Potter's etc. If they guess right it's one point.

They enjoyed it and pretty simple.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: jchoi911 on April 01, 2013, 02:34:32 pm
PPT instructions for one of the games in the earlier replys.  ;D

Whose ___ is it ? Game

The game where students pick an item from their own group, the other students sitting down guess who the item belongs to .
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: HikaruClaire on April 03, 2013, 02:58:34 pm
I replaced the drab Read and Think section with a storybook entitled "Whose mouse are you?"

This lesson was taught mostly as a literature lesson, with discussion before, during, and after reading.

I think this lesson should have been split into two sections however, since I didn't get a chance to really explain the 2nd page of the worksheet. It would have been better if we'd done one together as a class as an example. 

Overall, I really enjoyed this lesson with my students.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: JC49 on April 04, 2013, 07:34:02 am
My co-teacher's lesson ppt for P5 Read & Think.

Unit test review also. ;D
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: ahnh87 on April 04, 2013, 02:06:14 pm
In case anyone has to do something for "Around the World," I took a Korean Celebrities ppt from another user on this thread and added some things to it, so there's different objects and people from different countries, i.e. Obama's mouth, the UK's flag, China's wall, etc. Just a simple guessing game time filler.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: katsy3g4 on April 04, 2013, 02:22:44 pm
Here's a role play I put together for some of the ending sections. This is how I ran the class:

1. Have the students read the line aloud as they appear on the PPT.

2. After reading, ask them if they were good voice actors or bad voice actors. They will probably say they were so-so. Tell them we need to practice being good voice actors so you are enrolling them in your acting school.

3. Look at the script in the PPT and have the class repeat after you in an excited voice, powerful voice.

4. Now, move from voice acting to their body. Make up motions for key words and phrases in the script. Practice and read the script again with the class together.

5. Make it harder. Remove some of the words from the script and challenge the class to recite the script with the missing words. Keep removing words until it's at a good level of challenging.

6. Have individual students stand up and try to read the script with words missing by themselves. Help out when needed and have the class clap as they finish. It's a big challenge! Also, if they don't remember word for word don't punish them. If they reword a line or two, that's great. It means they remember the meaning of the line and are able to recite it in their own words.

7. Separate the class into groups of four and give each group one script. There is a blank in the script where they can substitute their own item in for the role play. Give them about ten minutes to practice and then have them perform. If the number of students come out to not an even four members per group, five members is ok. Have the students create another character for the fifth member.

Happy teaching!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: stacykristina on April 04, 2013, 03:11:25 pm
A Nunchi game for the reading period   :cheesy:
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: sazza_05 on April 05, 2013, 01:09:13 pm
Hi There,

This is a good PPT to go along with the "Around The World" Video or to just do on your own.  Not just the boys in my class were interested, but the girls too. Maybe someone else can find it useful as well.
"Whose soccer team is this?"
"It's Ireland's soccer team." .... Etc.

Happy Teaching! :)
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: danabudovitch on April 09, 2013, 12:18:20 pm
The wheel isn't actually spinning when I click on spin. How do you get it to spin. Also, does it spin different points each time??
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: lianney on April 09, 2013, 12:45:00 pm
Mario game my students always request.  I will use it as a review game as a reward.

Edited 4/11/2014.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: lianney on April 09, 2013, 12:49:12 pm
Used for period 5. First have students practice reading the sentences. Then lay them on the floor in a line (I used sheet protectors so they stay nice). Divide the class into two teams. One team starts at one end of the line and the other team starts at the other end. One student from each team will read the sentences while walking closer to the center. When the two students meet, they have to do rock paper scissors. The loser will go to the end of the line and the next student will begin reading. The winner will keep on going. The team to make it to the end wins or gets a point. My kids loved it and stayed after class to keep playing.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: karien on April 10, 2013, 08:22:38 am
This is a very simple ppt I made to do instead of the "Around the World" activity on p35.  They just need to aks "Whose soccer uniform is this?" and then guess.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: jwharrison30 on April 10, 2013, 01:48:21 pm
Minecraft wordsearch and make a sentence.  Also Minecraft font.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: auferstehung on April 11, 2013, 12:25:01 am
Here's my take on the Nunchi Game, with demonstrations for the students. You can substitute the sentences here for other lessons; I usually just take some from the  book's otherwise useless reading-period pages.

Most of my classes are about 25-30 kids, arranged in a 6x4 pattern with change. For the first round, I make each row of 6 into a team, with any remainder students tacked on as the seventh member as necessary. We read the all-black sentence together as a class, then I show the same sentence divided into 6 parts. The teams each try to read it correctly in turn: each student stands up and reads one part, in order, without speaking at the same time as others on the team (if there's an odd 7th member, I have them read the entire sentence). Any team that succeeds gets 10 points (or 1 point, but the Kobe Bryant gif shows 10... didn't want to confuse the kids).

For the second round, "Minus Points", we play with the same sentences as before, but by column instead of row. Teams remain the same. Rather than read pre-divided parts, the students must read one, two, or three words from the sentence (and therefore you must show the all-black version). If someone finishes the sentence, their team loses 10 points. If two people speak at the same time, both their teams lose 10 points. This last one's kind of hard to explain initially, but if a student reads his/her part such that the sentence can't be finished in 3 more words (by the next student), his/her team loses 10 points. It may not be immediately intuitive, since he/she's not the "last" person to speak, but by choosing too few words he/she is most "guilty". As with the first round, there are slides demonstrating this. Also, for any columns that are short a kid or two I just sub in my coteacher or someone else from the same team. The team with the least negative score wins (most will drop below zero after the 2nd round).

There's a photo of me in the last slide that links back to the first sentence. You may choose to remove this or replace it with some other personalized or funny picture.

There are two non-standard fonts partly embedded in the PPT; for editing I've attached the full Nanum font family. Have fun!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: CiaraF on May 30, 2013, 01:31:06 pm
I made this powerpoint for the 'Around the World' section.
You'll probably want to modify it but the template is there.

Also I've attached a 'Spot the errors' task and a 'Correct the sentences' game  for the writing section.

I hope someone finds them useful :)
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: teachersimone on June 27, 2013, 03:19:39 pm
Decided it's time to contribute. I get so much from this site but never give back so here it is :) Most games have explanations included in the document.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Tara Albert on October 11, 2013, 02:36:49 pm
I have gathered and created lots of materials for each lesson of the chapters in this book. Some of the stuff may be a repeat as I have downloaded many a PPT from Waygook. This stuff is not all originally my idea. Many times I have used other people’s stuff and modified it, though some stuff I have done solo. So credit to other people who’ve posted before.
Since there are several files, I will give a brief explanation for how to use or play games for those that are not self explanatory. Here goes:

Speaking and Action Game: Students stand up and read one word at a time, moving along their rows. When a shape appears above a word, the student must say the word and do the action, such as clapping. When there is a triangle that takes over the original word, the student must say the new word associated with the triangle. If a student says the wrong word, does the wrong action or is too quiet, they are out and must sit down. Play until one student remains.
Go Fish Card Game: Play like Go Fish. Students use the dialog to ask for different cards. If the person they ask has the card, that person must give all of the cards of that particular variety. If the person they ask does not have a card, they take a card from the middle pile. A set of 4 is one point. Example play given in PPT.
Word Shark Hangman: Hangman.
Guessing Game: Students must try to guess the picture, using the key expression. They have three chances, seeing more of the picture with each chance. If they can get it in the first try, they get three points. Second try, two points. Third try, one point.
Reading Jigsaw Game: Split students into groups of 4. Each person gets one of the reading cards, A, B, C or D. Each student, in alphabetical order, reads one of their sentences for each number. The group must connect the clues to find the answer.
Speaking and Reading Board Race Game: Split students into partners. Each partner starts from one opposite end of the board. They must read the sentences as quickly as possible at the same time, moving in the direction of their partner’s starting point. When they read the same box, play rock, paper, scissors. Winner continues from that box, loser starts again from their beginning. Continue until one person reaches the opposite side of the board.
Stand, Read, Sit: Split students into partners. Two partners stand up. Teacher shows word, phrase or sentence on the screen. Students read quickly and sit down. First partner to read correctly and sit down is the winner.
Twisting Words: Split students into groups and give each a small white board, marker and eraser. Groups read moving words on the screen and form a sentence. Write sentence on the white board. Groups with the correct answer get one point.
Blazing Pens: Split students into groups and give each a small white board, marker and eraser. Groups unscramble words on the screen and form a sentence. Write sentence on the white board. First group with the correct answer gets a point.
Quick Pens: Split students into groups and give each a small white board, marker and eraser. Groups write as many sentences on the white board based on the picture on the screen. One point for each correct sentence.
Telepathy Game: Split students into groups and give each a small white board, marker and eraser. Groups write one of the four displayed sentences on the white board. If the sentence matches the remaining sentence on the screen, they get one point.
Writing Elimination Game: Students choose one word, phrase or sentence from each column. They should select a total of four boxes to make a sentence or short paragraph. Have all students stand up. Click on one box at a time from each column to make it disappear. Students who have written what is in the boxes that are clicked away must sit down. Last student standing is the winner.
Bomb Games: You know what to do!

Hope this material helps. Thanks to all the people who have posted stuff that I’ve been able to modify, use and get ideas from!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: redleader123 on February 24, 2014, 02:50:57 pm
Simple ppt on Whose___ Korean explanation


MY ct gave me this Cinderlla ppt using :" Whose shoe______????


The grammer is incorrect in this Cinderella PPT. It should 'whose shoe is it?' or 'whose shoes are they?' Don't mean to be a pain and I understand your CT done it not you.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: themoge on March 25, 2014, 02:23:05 pm
Speaking game:
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

I created an animated powerpoint to help explain izus' excellent game idea to my students, and I figured I should share it with everyone. The only difference between his original idea and what I'm doing with my students is that I made it into a team game instead of an individual's game.

This is my first share on waygook, hope you guys like it!  ;D
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Kingeudey on March 25, 2014, 08:45:46 pm
This game is Jeopardy.  I would use it for earlier portions of lesson 2 because the main focus is asking "Whose ___ is this?" and answering  with "It's ____" blank being a name
Cool game and I love Jeopardy, but a list of the celebrities names would rock.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: needabetterusername on March 26, 2014, 08:26:00 am
In response to izus's listening game which I played with my students yesterday here's a ppt I made to explain the game along with a word document of the cards I printed out for the game.  (You could also use the cards in the back of the book but my students often waste a lot of time pulling out the cards and I want to make sure they have those cards for the other games in this lesson).

A simple 4 corners listening game which students loved.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Renzo1987 on March 28, 2014, 08:38:03 am
안녕하세요 여러분!  :P
This is for period 2 or 3 of this lesson.
The video at the beginning is "Donald Duck. Three for Breakfast."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcwI4AiPt8E
This is actually a collection of different PPTs from here, but adapted for my class.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: cgcc on March 28, 2014, 03:18:02 pm
Here's a funny little story my CT passed on to me.
It 's the simplified English version that's going around - my kids are mostly lower than average..

I only had a small amount of time so just read once, with the kids reading the orange text that are the key expressions and repetitive.
There's a comprehension check bit at the end and vocab list if you want to introduce it before reading (just right click slide to unhide it).
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: teacherteacherteacher on March 31, 2014, 08:22:50 am
Here's what I call "active reading". The Ss read the ppt then clap, jump, scream, spin, or duck depending on the symbol over the word. I borrowed the template from another user, thanks :)
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Zeeto on March 31, 2014, 08:40:04 am
MY C-T made this ppt for K-POP:"Whose Song".

She used it for her 2nd period of her lesson.


My students liked this game last year, so I made an updated version (with a nicer-looking format and a few newer songs).
I may continue to edit it so that there are a few different difficulty levels for each song (so they can hear a little tiny bit first, then a little more, and then the chorus or something).  I'll upload it again if I do.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: barbbui on March 31, 2014, 09:23:38 am
Team vs Team Hammer Game. 

You will need  toy hammers or bell,or fly swatter... up to you..

Team face each other .. look at the tv . if they know the sentence  they have to be the first  hit the hammer on the desk.  correct answer = 1 pt for their team. Once finished , they sit down.

note: I used a ppt from this board as a template. 
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: poppymorgan on March 31, 2014, 01:42:12 pm
Simpsons Memory Survival Game- Give 10 seconds to memorise each Simpson's items. In response to each question, everyone chooses a corner, then the people in each corner answer the question eg "Who's book is this?" "It's Lisa's". Reveal the answer and all the people who answered wrongly sit down.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: elleluca on March 31, 2014, 01:44:10 pm
Here are 2 PPTs for Period 4, which focuses on reading. The first is a thorough explanation of "have" vs. "had." The second is a Baskin Robbins 31 reading game with the rules included. Hope these are helpful to someone!

Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: jamesgetgood on March 31, 2014, 02:14:24 pm
Here's an introductory PPT for the words paintbrush, glue, cute, wonderful, textbook, notebook, gloves, umbrella, watch and shirt. I've been trying to improve my powerpoint skills, so some people might consider it a bit over-elaborate.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: maryftravel on March 31, 2014, 02:31:54 pm
I made this PPT for period 5, but I won't get to use it. It's a writing game where students have to find the differences between the Read & Think text.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: amores on April 01, 2014, 08:29:16 am
Modified version of the speaking game from period 2. Students write their names on the back of the picture cards, get into groups of four, and put all the cards together with the picture up. The first student chooses a card (without looking at the name) and says, "Whose _______ is this?" (If you have high-level students, they can say "What a nice ______. Whose is it?") Next, all the students guess whose it is by pointing at the student and saying, "It's hers/It's his/It's mine." Reveal the name. The student whose card it is says, "It's mine." The student who guesses correctly gets the card. (RSP if there are multiple winners.)

Here is a very detailed PPT to explain the game. Even my low-level students could understand this complicated game from the PPT. The game is great practice for his, hers, and mine. I even heard some students naturally using 'yours' also. Overall, they had a blast.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: AlivePoet on April 02, 2014, 10:33:48 am
Sonic game for lesson 2. You'll need a big dice, a basket, and a ball (or substitute with the big dice).
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Londoner on April 02, 2014, 10:53:52 am
Quick pens writing game for period 5.  Lasts 20 minutes.  Instructions on the attached PPT.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: AlivePoet on April 02, 2014, 01:02:04 pm
Purpletequila uploaded a nice connect four page, I've tweaked it a bit and added another page to make the activity longer and include more expressions (I swapped out the project for period six with this activity which the students much preferred). Have the students play in groups, and make a team with pairs (2 vs 2 is ideal) within the group. Have the team mates take turns asking and answering. The first team in a group to connect four wins. I printed these on a full-size page, double-sided.

I've also included a ppt that will be helpful for explaining. The ppt pretty much explains itself, just refer to the cues and explain what's going on (asking, answering, ways to win etc.)
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: jamesgetgood on April 03, 2014, 12:58:04 pm
Here's a game of Pyramid you can play with your class. It's a variation on the Evolution Game.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Students start on level one of the pyramid and choose one of the four pictures. Students hold up a finger/fingers to show other students what level they are on. They go around the class until they find someone who chose the same picture (or who is on the same level, it doesn't really matter).They ask, "Whose [umbrella] is it?" They then play Rock Paper Scissors. The winner says, "It's mine" and goes up to level 2 and the loser says, "It's yours" and stays on level one.

Students repeat until they get to level 3, where they have to play the teacher to win. Some students who lose several times get stuck on level 1, so make sure you are there to help them.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: capturedinwords on April 03, 2014, 01:34:49 pm
I know this is late but I figured I'd post it anyway. (If someone else already posted it I apologize. I didn't have the energy to go through all 8 pages to check) I made a "spy game" for this lesson. It basically goes over the vocabulary "Where are you from?" and "I'm from _____".

In case you don't know the spy game, basically you give each student a picture of a country or a spy. Students must make groups of 3 (or 4 if you have a larger class) by asking each other "Where are you from?" They must keep their pictures a secret, because 3 (or 4 - again, if you have a larger class) students are "spies." The spies can be from any country and their job is to infiltrate another group.

Once students make a group of 3, they must come up to the teacher who will ask each of them "where are you from?" Then they must show their pictures. If one of them is a spy, the spy wins. If there is no spy then they win.

I hope that made sense. This game can really be adapted to almost any chapter/question-answer dialogue and it takes very little prep time. I've attached the photos for this chapter. I've always found that kids have a great time playing it, though it can go quickly. If it does go too quickly, just take all the photos and redistribute them for round 2.

Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Fondue Knight on April 03, 2014, 02:42:01 pm
Here is a Frozen bomb game for this chapter. Huge thanks to the original creator of the template! Enjoy!

Oh man... Q: "Whose chicken is it?" A: "It's Yuna Park's."

Might wanna fix that. :huh:
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: claireteacheskids3000 on April 03, 2014, 08:34:12 pm
Thanks again to the creator of this template. Review for Lesson 2.
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: KatieRyan on April 04, 2014, 02:36:13 pm
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Thank you so much! I've made a PPT with instructions and changed it to 4 drawings per kid.  The kids loved it! It took about 15-20 minutes to go over instructions and play the game depending on how quickly the students did the speaking part.

I hope it's helpful!!
Title: Re: 5th grade, Lesson 2, Whose Umbrella Is This? 천재교육 (Cheonjae), Frances Sohn
Post by: Mashley30 on April 09, 2014, 07:58:53 am
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Thank you so much! I've made a PPT with instructions and changed it to 4 drawings per kid.  The kids loved it! It took about 15-20 minutes to go over instructions and play the game depending on how quickly the students did the speaking part.

I hope it's helpful!!

Do you have the ppt with the instructions?
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: KatieRyan on April 11, 2014, 07:42:36 am
Sorry for that! Here's the instructions for the drawing game!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: Ray2TheJ on April 23, 2014, 10:39:32 am
My kids liked this if you have access to their school pics:

I cropped out one thing from each photo and put each on a different slide of the PPT. For instance, I only showed a small section of a student's shirt then asked "Whose shirt is this?" for them to answer with the correct sentence on their individual whiteboard. Then I revealed the full picture on the next slide. If they wrote the correct answer (It's ____'s shirt.) they earned a point.

They particularly enjoyed that the photos were almost two years old, because they are SO much more grown up now. :)
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: jen7jack on April 23, 2014, 02:03:48 pm
Here are some Madlibs adapted from another Waygookin's post for a different textbook. I translated the parts of speech into Korean so hopefully this won't be too difficult for my students.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: matador on April 25, 2014, 02:59:05 pm
Does anyone have any ideas for a fun activity/game for period 3 that will make use of most of the key expressions?

What a nice _____!
Whose ______ is it?
It's _____.

 
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 2 - "Whose Umbrella is this?"
Post by: janet1992 on June 01, 2015, 01:43:13 pm
Hi, these are some whose is this? activities:


A sock/ pencil speaking game: http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/06/the-sock-andor-pencil-game.html (http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/06/the-sock-andor-pencil-game.html)

A design your own board game worksheet based on 'whose cap is this?' like questions:http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/06/designing-our-own-boardgames-whose-is.html (http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/06/designing-our-own-boardgames-whose-is.html)

Whose is this? speaking game and comic book project: http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/05/whose-boat-is-this-tic-tac-toe-speaking.html (http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/05/whose-boat-is-this-tic-tac-toe-speaking.html)

Airplane game: http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/04/target-practice-flying-airplanes-for-esl.html (http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/04/target-practice-flying-airplanes-for-esl.html)

Drawing and speaking whose is this? game :http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/03/whose-is-it-drawing-and-speaking-game.html (http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2015/03/whose-is-it-drawing-and-speaking-game.html)

A Cinderella script with 'whose is it?' phrases to role play: http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2014/06/english-festival-scripts-and-powerpoint.html (http://mrsbaiasclassroom.blogspot.kr/2014/06/english-festival-scripts-and-powerpoint.html)


Happy Teaching! :laugh: