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Title: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: jrich0410 on February 29, 2012, 09:10:49 am
Here is a handout I made for lesson 1. I actually made mistake on the title for this first handout. Check the third post for the corrected version!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: airina on February 29, 2012, 09:25:42 am
Here is a handout I made for lesson 1. There might be some mistakes. Double check it!

Better change the title =)
"I love my new class" is for grade 5  ;D
Thanks for the handout!
Title: Grade 6 - YMB (the one with Maria Oh) Lesson 1. I'm in the sixth grade
Post by: airina on February 29, 2012, 09:32:57 am
Time to share!
Good luck to you all for the new semester!  ;)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: jrich0410 on February 29, 2012, 09:40:26 am
This is the correct title. Sorry about the first post!
Title: Grade 6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade [YBM Book 1 (최희경, 오마리아)]
Post by: jgmenator on February 29, 2012, 10:32:28 am
We can do this! Let's get this ball rolling, y'all!

-Handout/worksheet for day 1 of lesson 1. Script, gap fill, matching, and bingo sheet on page 2
-Bingo ppt game. It's only set up for one round of 16 questions, so I'll just repeat it for a second round if we have time. When the students get the word, they stand up & I ask a question. So if the screen says "What grade are you in?" I ask them "What's the answer? 3...2...1..." and they say "I'm in the 6th grade." Or whatever; have fun with it.

Regarding the worksheet, I use a ton of different fonts to keep things from getting stale (check out dafont.com if you're interested) so you might have to edit the formatting.

Edit: Neeeevermind. Mods are consolidating the threads.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade [YBM Book 1 (최희경, 오마리아)]
Post by: JuliusCaesar108 on February 29, 2012, 01:26:33 pm
This lesson is problematic because the definite article in front of "x Grade" sends shivers down my spine.  I really liked the bingo sheet from the previous post, and have yet to use it.

For mine, I borrowed the template from a fifth grade worksheet, and provided corrections by removing the definite article in the appropriate places.  Hope this helps.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: pbfconnor on March 02, 2012, 07:51:36 am
Hey,
Here are the materials I have prepared for unit 1. There are two power points and 2 activities (Snakes and Ladders / Flick Race).



PPT 1: Grade 6 - Unit 1 - I'm in the sixth grade - Grammar Pt1
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

This one focuses on the following grammar points:

a) ordinal numbers (review / introduction)
b) when to use


PPT 1: Grade 6 - Unit 1 - I'm in the sixth grade - Grammar Pt2
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

This one focuses on the following grammar points:

a) Ordinal number review
b) prepositions


Grade 6 - Unit 1 - Snakes & Ladders

This is a game template i made. I used the same formatting as popular games (such as Angry Birds - Thanks to the maker of that) to make a simple to use Snakes and Ladders board game.

To move the counters (a soccer ball and a basketball) simply click once to 'pick' them up, and click again to 'drop' them.

Each square on the board has a link to another slide (the question slides). The link is situated along the top of each square (it is invisible). Click the top of a a square to go to the question slides (There are 20  different slides - they may come up several times during the game - so don't be surprised if the same questions come up 3 or so times)

On the question slides, click the question box to show the answers. The heart with snake icon that appears will link you back to the main board). On the slides with cartoon characters and conversations click the character on the right of the screen to reveal the conversation boxes one by one.

When you 'drop' the balls on the relevant squares (on the main game board) - make sure to drop them near the bottom of the square (if you drop them at the top of the box, the hyper link will activate).


Grade 6 - Unit 1 -  Flick Race
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

I stole this idea / template from someone else and modified it for this unit (and tried to improve the appearance / functionality of it also)
Rules can be found on the attached document.

Hope these are of use,

Any suggestions, drop me a message.

Patrick
Title: The Ordinal Hotel
Post by: hiphopopotamus on March 02, 2012, 08:23:31 am
This is a PPT I created last year for sixth grade for another textbook. This semester, I'll be using this YBM book and I see that Chaper One deals with ordinal numbers.

This is the Oridinal Hotel PPT game. Break class into groups. Show first slide as an example. Have the kids say a full sentence like this: "Sally's room is on the third floor, fourth room" and so on. First team to say the correct answer gets 100 points.

Game has two parts, check-in and check-out. The check-out part is kind of a review of the first part (play it if you have time).

Enjoy the game!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: jenjen51184 on March 02, 2012, 10:24:19 am
Here is an Activity Worksheet.  I used some stuff from other activity worksheets and added a little more. 

Worksheet contains:

- Key words
- Dialogue A and B from CD
- Match phrases
- Unscramble word or sentence
- Complete the word (Ordinal numbers)

The first page with the key words, is actually the second page in the document.  Tried to format it but was unsuccessful.

Enjoy~!
 
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: jgmenator on March 02, 2012, 12:30:55 pm
Hello again,

So another user asked me if I could post the Bingo game, but a .ppt version instead of .pptx.
Here we go (I think this will work...)

Edit: Righto. Didn't work. Not sure how to change it to a .ppt then... v_kcin, let me know if that worked or not!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade [YBM Book 1 (최희경, 오마리아)]
Post by: YouBetcha on March 02, 2012, 03:26:49 pm
This lesson is problematic because the definite article in front of "x Grade" sends shivers down my spine.

Seriously? Where are you from that they don't do this?
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: TheWB18 on March 05, 2012, 12:23:09 pm
Simple worksheet.  Has the key phrases, vocab, a set of dialogs (not from the book), and then two activities for games - for one the students fill in a short profile, for the other they interview classmates and fill in the info.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade [YBM Book 1 (최희경, 오마리아)]
Post by: keirdre on March 05, 2012, 12:30:24 pm
This lesson is problematic because the definite article in front of "x Grade" sends shivers down my spine.

Seriously? Where are you from that they don't do this?

In the UK, we would say "I'm in sixth grade" and wouldn't use "the". 

"I'm in the sixth grade" sounds wrong to my English ears!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Chadwickhhs on March 05, 2012, 12:58:29 pm
pbfconnor has a very good flick game up there. I just reskinned it and used it as this.

3/6/2012: greatly expanded the mario kart game.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: v_kcin on March 06, 2012, 10:04:37 am
Here's a ppt I made to go along with the X/O game during the first lesson.

I used pictures of my school and my students, so you may want to edit the game with your own pictures.

I also included the use of the expression "I live on the top floor". Feel free to add/remove that.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: StopTheMadness on March 06, 2012, 01:54:27 pm
Anyone got any song suggestions? My co-t loves songs...
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: msbradberry on March 06, 2012, 02:51:33 pm
I changed the Hotel Game to a school in order to include What grade are you in?  If you have any questions on how to play, please let me know. 
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: phatnesian@gmail.com on March 06, 2012, 07:14:37 pm
This thread has been really helpful, thanks heaps. I was just told today that my Wednesday and Thursday classes were swapping. Needless to say, I the other way organized... haha if that makes sense. Gotta love the 'last-minute' culture here!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: caesar9171 on March 07, 2012, 08:00:12 am
Hey,
Here are the materials I have prepared for unit 1. There are two power points and 2 activities (Snakes and Ladders / Flick Race).



PPT 1: Grade 6 - Unit 1 - I'm in the sixth grade - Grammar Pt1
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

This one focuses on the following grammar points:

a) ordinal numbers (review / introduction)
b) when to use


PPT 1: Grade 6 - Unit 1 - I'm in the sixth grade - Grammar Pt2
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

This one focuses on the following grammar points:

a) Ordinal number review
b) prepositions


Grade 6 - Unit 1 - Snakes & Ladders

This is a game template i made. I used the same formatting as popular games (such as Angry Birds - Thanks to the maker of that) to make a simple to use Snakes and Ladders board game.

To move the counters (a soccer ball and a basketball) simply click once to 'pick' them up, and click again to 'drop' them.

Each square on the board has a link to another slide (the question slides). The link is situated along the top of each square (it is invisible). Click the top of a a square to go to the question slides (There are 20  different slides - they may come up several times during the game - so don't be surprised if the same questions come up 3 or so times)

On the question slides, click the question box to show the answers. The heart with snake icon that appears will link you back to the main board). On the slides with cartoon characters and conversations click the character on the right of the screen to reveal the conversation boxes one by one.

When you 'drop' the balls on the relevant squares (on the main game board) - make sure to drop them near the bottom of the square (if you drop them at the top of the box, the hyper link will activate).


Grade 6 - Unit 1 -  Flick Race
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

I stole this idea / template from someone else and modified it for this unit (and tried to improve the appearance / functionality of it also)
Rules can be found on the attached document.

Hope these are of use,

Any suggestions, drop me a message.

Patrick

Thanks for all the hard work!  I'll definitely be using some of your material! :)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: victoriab27 on March 07, 2012, 09:03:57 am
This is all GOLD. What did teachers do before Waygook.org?
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: menschmaschine on March 07, 2012, 10:29:30 am
Hey, y'all.

I made a reading worksheet for lesson 1-3 (p.12-13), but I suppose you can use it any time.

The worksheet has a map of a school (like the one on page 13), but some of the spaces are blank. Below is a word bank with the names of the missing rooms. Students will have to read a text similar to the one on page 12 to figure out where the missing rooms go.

HEADS UP: I am posting this so some people might get a chance to use it before they have to teach this class. I have not taught this lesson yet, so I do not know how well it will go over or how much time it will take. Also, make sure students know what 'next to' means. I'll probably chime in again after I've used this in a lesson.

As always, feel free to message me with any feedback, improvements, or ideas about this activity. Thanks!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: davidb on March 07, 2012, 02:02:18 pm
here is a car racing powerpoint game that can be used for the first lesson. Thanks to whoever posted the  original car race game. My students love it.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: mavsfan5 on March 07, 2012, 03:19:38 pm
Just incase you don't have them already, here is the teacher's book and images for the vocabulary for this lesson!
Title: Re: Grade 6 Index.
Post by: molany on March 07, 2012, 05:50:41 pm
Does anyone have vocabulary list for 6th Grade Book3, YMB, by Maria Oh?
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: molany on March 07, 2012, 07:39:12 pm
@menschmaschine: Thanks for your reading worksheet! I think it maybe little too simple for my class but I might make a advanced version so it's more challenging for higher level 6th graders! When I do, I'll make sure to post it here :)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: ichabod13 on March 08, 2012, 12:10:32 pm
Here is a handout for Unit 1. It contains the target expressions, vocabulary and a listening exercise for Your Turn.  It also includes a word search (the words to find are the key vocab words). Feel free to use this as an introduction or a review. I generally use it as an intro.

Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: HannahA on March 08, 2012, 12:18:26 pm
I changed the Hotel Game to a school in order to include What grade are you in?  If you have any questions on how to play, please let me know.


Really like the game and idea. I have changed some of the characters around, got Optimus Prime, Angry Bird etc. Just to make it a bit more fun. Thanks for the ppt! Great help. And it uses the target language very well.

I have decided the kids will write down the grade they think the character is in, and have them reveal it to me at the same time...just for a bit of drama! :)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: HannahA on March 08, 2012, 01:25:38 pm
Here is my modified PPT of the ordinal elementary school.

Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: v_kcin on March 08, 2012, 01:59:20 pm
Hi all,
I don't mean to be a killjoy, but please, please only post something if you are contributing material or ideas.

We're all stoked about how great Waygook is, but having to sift through endless pages to find useful material is a bummer, especially when there are 10,000 other people on the site at the same time and it takes 4 minutes to load each page.

If you want to give props or feedback to someone, use the Private Message tool. That's what it's there for.


That said, here's a Blazing Pens game I made for G6 - Lesson 1.3.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: orangeman on March 08, 2012, 02:19:18 pm
No ppts, but I do have a simple game that I play a lot and is easily applicable to this lesson.  My CTs like to save the worksheets for their classes, and I don't like relying on ppts too much so I like playing simple games like this.  You can really adjust it for any lesson about sequence (months, days, etc.).  Plus it's a good filler. 

I'm sure everyone knows it, some teachers call it Baskin Robbins 31.  Basically, everyone stands up and they can say up to 3 numbers at once  The one stuck saying 31 has to sit down.  I adjust it to 13 instead of 31, though.  So, for this lesson we just change it to ordinal numbers.  It's certainly better than drilling the numbers into their heads, and each student practices the pronunciation much more. 
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: luckiest42 on March 08, 2012, 02:53:47 pm
This might be from an old thread, but my coteacher used this Where's Waldo game. It is good for a warm up, you can also ask about the other people in the picture: "Where is the tallest person?" "Where is the girl with the purple shoes?"

I am thinking about making a go fish game. Anyone have suggestions on how many card/pairs a deck should have for a good game with about 4-6 students?
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: ichabod13 on March 08, 2012, 03:07:41 pm
Here are ordinal worksheets for upper and lower levels.

Pretty self explanatory. Gives kids the ordinal number spelling and lets them practice writing and speaking (depending on time in class).

Great supplementary or homework activity!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: molany on March 08, 2012, 07:09:19 pm
@menschmaschine, here is an advanced version that I made for my class next week. I just added more boxes in the school and added more instructions.
Thanks for your idea!

Enjoy~
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: slsd on March 09, 2012, 12:22:25 pm
I edited the match game that the guy from the EPIK orientation gave us, made it a points system. Kids today liked it once they'd got the hang of it.
Kids have to say the sentence for teacher to reveal (by pressing on the circle on the bottom right). Once they get a match click on the symbol and it will take you to the points screen. Click on the globe (bottom right) to go back to game screen. Hope that makes sense and is useful.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: luckiest42 on March 09, 2012, 12:57:28 pm
Went looking through the When is your birthday thread for some ideas, they can easily be changed to fit this lesson.
Attached a Battle Ship game board.

Also some ideas:
Numbers game directions:
Ss are divided into groups, when the Ts says go Ss need to stand up one by one saying a number ie. first, second, third etc. If two Ss stand up at the same time and say the same number their teams are out that round.
Each team gets points for every member in their team that is standing and once there is a team with all it's members standing that team is the winner and gets x amount of points.
The point of the game is to have all the members in your team standing.

Split the room into two teams. One student from each team will stand up. Teacher will roll the dice and the students will say the ordinal number, the first to say it will get a point for their team.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: pinkpeach on March 09, 2012, 01:32:02 pm
use this video
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: xbuff1118 on March 10, 2012, 03:39:05 pm

 Thank you for sharing your good ideas. I have used your 2 PPT fies about unit 1 in my lesson.
They were easy, very organized and successful!!!. Thank you again.

Hey,
Here are the materials I have prepared for unit 1. There are two power points and 2 activities (Snakes and Ladders / Flick Race).



PPT 1: Grade 6 - Unit 1 - I'm in the sixth grade - Grammar Pt1
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

This one focuses on the following grammar points:

a) ordinal numbers (review / introduction)
b) when to use


PPT 1: Grade 6 - Unit 1 - I'm in the sixth grade - Grammar Pt2
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

This one focuses on the following grammar points:

a) Ordinal number review
b) prepositions


Grade 6 - Unit 1 - Snakes & Ladders

This is a game template i made. I used the same formatting as popular games (such as Angry Birds - Thanks to the maker of that) to make a simple to use Snakes and Ladders board game.

To move the counters (a soccer ball and a basketball) simply click once to 'pick' them up, and click again to 'drop' them.

Each square on the board has a link to another slide (the question slides). The link is situated along the top of each square (it is invisible). Click the top of a a square to go to the question slides (There are 20  different slides - they may come up several times during the game - so don't be surprised if the same questions come up 3 or so times)

On the question slides, click the question box to show the answers. The heart with snake icon that appears will link you back to the main board). On the slides with cartoon characters and conversations click the character on the right of the screen to reveal the conversation boxes one by one.

When you 'drop' the balls on the relevant squares (on the main game board) - make sure to drop them near the bottom of the square (if you drop them at the top of the box, the hyper link will activate).


Grade 6 - Unit 1 -  Flick Race
(Updated to remove a few errors - Mach 2nd 2012)

I stole this idea / template from someone else and modified it for this unit (and tried to improve the appearance / functionality of it also)
Rules can be found on the attached document.

Hope these are of use,

Any suggestions, drop me a message.

Patrick
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Mufasa10 on March 12, 2012, 12:21:11 am
Thank you so much guys, you're life savers! ;D
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: gmoney47 on March 12, 2012, 08:00:54 am
A Spongebob game I made for this lesson. The kids go absolutely bat shit crazy for this, hopefully it will be of use to you guys :)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: sweetjane2011 on March 12, 2012, 02:29:59 pm
Here's a copy of the teacher's guide in English if anyone needs it. It covers lessons 1-8. They're all HWP files.
 ;D
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: ESmith4 on March 12, 2012, 03:14:30 pm
I changed the Hotel Game to a school in order to include What grade are you in?  If you have any questions on how to play, please let me know.

The Ordinal Middle School works fine on my MS computer. But I want to use it at my elementary school. For some reason I get a message along the lines of "Some [things] in this ppt can't be activated, so they won't work." And the background photo for the school doesn't show up, and some other things as well (don't recall what, this was last week). Anyone know what's going on and how to fix it? I'd love to use this Thursday in class to teach the ordinal and expressions part of the lesson. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Fad9567 on March 12, 2012, 03:25:58 pm
Hello again,

So another user asked me if I could post the Bingo game, but a .ppt version instead of .pptx.
Here we go (I think this will work...)

Edit: Righto. Didn't work. Not sure how to change it to a .ppt then... v_kcin, let me know if that worked or not!

Its in this thread : http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,21280.0.html


You can use this website to download a program that will change it for you. Problem Solved

http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=3


Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: teacherteacherteacher on March 13, 2012, 11:02:40 am
I just used this for a speed game, girls vs. boys. I will laminate and cut out each word and place them face down on the table. The kids have to turn them and put them in order. Fastest team wins. The months category is from last year, but I left it in because it's easy review and good confidence builder. I also recommend taping ordinals to something like chairs around the room (or hand each student an ordinal and have them arrange themselves) and have the kids arrange them in a line the fastest, always a hit.  I have more I'll try to post as the unit progresses!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Georgina03 on March 13, 2012, 01:48:55 pm
Go fish game for joining clubs.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: MissWhite03 on March 13, 2012, 02:00:53 pm
For this lesson, we did a quick review using THERE WAS AN OLD LADY WHO SWALLOWED A FLY...

I made a quick worksheet for the students to use while they listened to the clip.

We also played 3-6-9: first without ordinal numbers and then with ordinal numbers.
For those who don't know how to play, here are the directions:
The first student starts by saying "one" then two, three, etc.
Any number that has a 3, 6 or 9 the student must clap. If they don't clap, they are out. If they stutter they are out, etc. Hope that makes sense.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: rhaulian on March 13, 2012, 02:19:55 pm
Ok so I made this rank game.  I first printed all the countries in the docx file, cut them out, and gave each team a set of the 40 countries ( I laminated them so that they could be easily reused).  I then created this PPT, which to be honest is super basic (compared to the many talented people here).  This ppt shows the students the top 10 countries for the given categories.  I first taught them some Vocabulary and then showed them the lists.  The cutting and laminating was kind of time consuming, but it was worth it because the students really enjoyed it.

Ahhh and there are a few mistakes, one is the hint about the babies.  9 of them are in Africa and one is in ASIA... I forgot to change it everytime, and it seems I forgot here too.... I guess I could change it, but eh...  :P

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade [YBM Book 1 (최희경, 오마리아)]
Post by: marshapack on March 13, 2012, 02:51:32 pm
This lesson is problematic because the definite article in front of "x Grade" sends shivers down my spine.  I really liked the bingo sheet from the previous post, and have yet to use it.

For mine, I borrowed the template from a fifth grade worksheet, and provided corrections by removing the definite article in the appropriate places.  Hope this helps.

I'm from the california and I would say "I'm in the 6th grade." Sounds like it's just a regional thing so I wouldn't worry about correcting the kids if they say it either way. 

People in California argue all the time about this regarding freeway names. People from southern cali say "take the 5 north" people from northern cali say "take 5 north." The second way sounds weird to me but oh well!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: eaglejam on March 14, 2012, 02:44:24 pm
fun introduction video, you can talk about who came 1st, 2nd etc.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X94Jpww8SzU
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade [YBM Book 1 (최희경, 오마리아)]
Post by: Chadwickhhs on March 15, 2012, 07:52:50 am
Similarly, in NY I rarely hear the full sentence used. And when I do it's inconsistent. Sometimes the x grade. sometimes just x grade. Another thing people from the NYC area do is say "stand on line" instead of "stand in line/cue" or "I live ON long island." We don't say on NY, but since it's an island(albeit a large one) we say "On".

I'd just teach in however the book has it. I never say glad to meet you ("nice to meet you", sure) but I've just been teaching that. They might use it somewhere and it's not technically wrong.

This lesson is problematic because the definite article in front of "x Grade" sends shivers down my spine.  I really liked the bingo sheet from the previous post, and have yet to use it.

For mine, I borrowed the template from a fifth grade worksheet, and provided corrections by removing the definite article in the appropriate places.  Hope this helps.

I'm from the california and I would say "I'm in the 6th grade." Sounds like it's just a regional thing so I wouldn't worry about correcting the kids if they say it either way. 

People in California argue all the time about this regarding freeway names. People from southern cali say "take the 5 north" people from northern cali say "take 5 north." The second way sounds weird to me but oh well!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: kmfsu32 on March 15, 2012, 03:29:42 pm
Has anybody done the "Story Land" portion of the lesson?  Been looking for some different ideas aside from the  approach of "Answer some questions and repeat the sentences.  Thought about some role play but feel like that's been run into the ground.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: molany on March 15, 2012, 06:24:41 pm
hey all,
I want to share 2 activity/game that worked really well in my 6th grade classes this week. It focuses on practising the ordinal numbers that they learnt in this lesson. my students loved it and they got so excited. Also got them talking in English alot too!

1. Activity (Do it after teaching your class ordinal numbers)
 Print out a page of numbers 1~ 40, 50...100 etc. (I added even one millionth to make it more challenging for my students- See attachments)  I laminated it so I could use it over again and cut them up. Size should be small enough for students to hide it in their hands.
In the classroom, I lined up the students in a single row and told them to count off from 1 in ordinal numbers (To practice it and remind them) and then I gave out a number each and told them to look and hide it in their hands. They have fine out what others number are and line up in the order from the smallest number to the biggest number.

Rule: Only speak English (Can only ask question like "What number do you have?" "My number is eleventh")
        Can't show eachother the number they have, they have to say it.

To make it more interesting, I timed them. First I gave them 2 mins (Use a timer or phone to set up time so when it's up, it will make s noise) and from the second time around, I decreased it to 1min 30sec.
After the time is up, go to the student who has the smallest number(should be the first person on the line) and ask them to say their ordinal number out loud to check if they are standing in the right place and keep going till the last student. So that students can see if they lined up in the correct order and to get them practising ordinal numbers. And play again!
Also another good way is to start with small numbers like 1~30, then you can add higher numbers to make it challenging like 112 or 789 or to even 1000th! They really have to think how to say it in ordinal numbers.
Since you are giving out the numbers,for the higher level students it's a good way to challenge them so it's not too easy and for lower level, you can give easier numbers.


2. "3-6-9" Game
This game is really popular in Korea so I knew that the students would know it already. I just changed it from just saying numbers to saying ordinal numbers.
Only rule is, every time you get 3 or 6 or 9 in the number (EG- 13, 16, 19, 23, 33, 34, 35, 61,95 etc), you have to clap instead saying the number out loud.
Get your students to make a circle and one student start off counting from FIRST and the next person on the right said SECOND and the next person on the right has to CLAP their hand instead of saying THIRD. And they keep going around. It gets little crazy when they get to 30 cus they have to clap constantly till 39. It's easy to loss track of the number and the student who claps as the wrong time or says the wrong number is out.
You keep playing till one person remains.
It's really fun and because the students know the original Korean version of this game they pick it up real fast. Great thing is that you still get them to practise ordinal numbers and it gets harder to say it. My class loved it and it was alot of fun.


Hope this helps!

Molany
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Mufasa10 on March 17, 2012, 06:40:37 pm
Hey, just a 'simple' word scramble game. I think it's pretty hard actually, but that's ok  ;)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Christa on March 19, 2012, 02:09:39 pm
Here are the images for this Unit ... I find the them especially useful for the 'story land' sections.

Happy teaching
 :)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Kramerized on March 20, 2012, 10:05:57 am
Here is a Doraemon Bomb game to use as a review for chapter one. The First slide has all game point instructions. I've used it with all 6 of my sixth grade classes and they LOVED it.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: MattAwesome on March 20, 2012, 02:13:36 pm
My coteachers are really big into motivational videos to show or talk about at the beginning of class. I did hte bug'srace. that went well. Is there another video out there? Im struggling to find something
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Christa on March 20, 2012, 03:51:24 pm
Here is a "story land" activity.
It's a 'basken robbins', each Ss must read part of the story but they choose whether they read 1, 2 or 3 word. This continues till the last word on the screen is read. The person who reads the word last then has to answer a question about the story.
Hope it helps.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Christa on March 21, 2012, 01:14:53 pm
Here is a "story land" activity.
It's a 'basken robbins', each Ss must read part of the story but they choose whether they read 1, 2 or 3 word. This continues till the last word on the screen is read. The person who reads the word last then has to answer a question about the story.
Hope it helps.

sorry guys, these a mistake on the last slide ... just fix it before you use it. It should read "Because Anne is an English teacher now.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Christa on March 21, 2012, 01:26:33 pm
Hi all.

Here is a Porroro bomb game that I found on another link and adapted to this lesson. I was afraid it would be to childish for 6th graders but my kids loved it.

happy teaching
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: Christa on March 21, 2012, 01:46:45 pm
Activity for lesson 3 ' read and think'

1. I followed the book u to the 'read about us' part
2. I used a ppt to go through different classes. I just used science class, computer class, music class, art class and library.
3. I had made flash cards with the ordinal numbers written out (first - tenth). I also had picture cards of each 'class'. (one set of number and picture flash card for each group)
4. I then had the Ss play something similar to 'broken telephone':
 - have each group stand in one line with 1 desk in front of each group.
 - everyone in the group faces away from the screen except the last Ss in the line. (Ss closest to the screen)
 - Teacher will show a sentence on the screen, eg. "the library is on the 1st floor"
 - The ss closest to the screen has to read the sentence and relay it to the next Ss, who in turn has to relay it to the next person until the Ss in the front of the line (nearest to the flash cards) receives the sentence.
- That Ss then has to run to the flashcards, pic out the correct picture i.e. 'library', and the correct number i.e 'first'.
-  That Ss then has to raise his/her hand and say the correct sentence to the teacher.
- The first team to get the correct answers is allocated the highest score.
- The Ss who was in the front then has to change places and stand at the back, becoming the next person to read the sentence.

The flashcards are included on the ppt.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: FarhanGotSeoul on March 27, 2012, 01:35:44 pm
Here's an activity called 'classroom race game'...

•Print out 2 copies of the classroom cards and laminate them. I used sticky-back magnets to attach them to the board, but you can just use regular ones.
•Draw a (4 floors x 7 rooms) grid on the board, designed to look like a school.
•Split the class in 2 teams, go over the different classroom cards with students, checking comprehension. Then place the cards face up on a table next to the board, 1 set for team A and 1 for team B.
•Each team 6-7 students at a time, form a single line at the back of the room. Teacher says for example – “The music room is on the 4th floor, 3rd room”. Students race to find the classroom and place it in the correct space on the board.
•Fastest team wins 1 point. Lose 1 point for noisy team or teammates helping in Korean.

Students really enjoyed this, just make sure you clear some space down the aisles for them to run along!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: FarhanGotSeoul on March 27, 2012, 01:41:02 pm
Action game!

This game has been done many times before, here is my version for chapter 1...

•Split class into 3 teams. Each team takes turns standing at the front of the class reading the paragraph for levels 1,2,3. Each student in the line must say one word and also do the required action (Clap, Jump, scream, spin, duck).
•Teacher or one student times each team. The team with the fastest total time wins!
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: kkiongozi on March 29, 2012, 01:13:53 pm
Hey guys, I know you've all finished lesson 1 by now, but here are my materials! I hope someone finds this useful in the future. I try to do fun and interactive activities. Also, I try to do level-differentiated activities.

The school tour is a ppt of pics of rooms in my school. You can easily use your phone (or an actual camera...) take some pics of your own school and edit it.
Title: Grade6, Lesson 1 - I'm in the sixth grade (YBM, O Maria)
Post by: sinjadu on May 09, 2012, 04:02:42 pm
O/X quiz for grade and floor
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: txMichelle on May 11, 2012, 02:36:14 pm
For the 4th section, we had to go over fractions so I made this review PPT for Fractions.

We also did an activity where we split the class into 6 or 7 teams. They each got one of the pictures in the attached doc and had to come to the front of the class to give clues about which room they were in. The other teams guessed. If I had a video camera, I would have taped each group to make their own video like the one someone posted of the Japanese students in different rooms of their school.
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: 재시카89 on June 14, 2012, 09:29:16 am
Lesson 1 review bomb game.  :)
Title: Re: Grade 6, Lesson 1, I'm in the Sixth Grade YBM Maria Oh
Post by: jhr92 on July 26, 2012, 04:41:30 pm
I think that it's a little bit hard for normal students. My students complain why they have to study math in English class.

[Mod edit - deleted duplicate attachment]
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: Chadwickhhs on March 04, 2013, 10:15:36 am
My school is using the same book again this year so I added a super simple, no prep battleship reskin. Everything is set to go, explains the rules and everything.

Detective Conan: Tower Chase
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: keirdre on March 04, 2013, 10:19:12 am
While we're all on the same page, what tactics do people have for the appalling "Your Turn" videos, such as: http://youtu.be/Fgqr1HKanhQ

Do you use them?  Do you skip them?  I tend to use them with the sound off and give students a minute in pairs to guess what was said.  I then pick a couple of pairs at random to show the class, before watching the video again with sound.

Any other techniques or tactics?

Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: dallasb7 on March 04, 2013, 01:28:42 pm
This is a simple walk and talk activity. Find your friends in the same grade and line up in your floor levels.
Key Language
What grade are you in?
where is your classroom?
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: keirdre on March 04, 2013, 01:44:00 pm
This is a simple walk and talk activity. Find your friends in the same grade and line up in your floor levels.
Key Language
What grade are you in?
where is your classroom?

I did something similar last year, but had the students design their own avatar, and make up a grade and apartment floor.   My version was a bingo game however.

They used the language "What grade are you in?" and "Where is your apartment?" to ask each other, responding as their avatar. 

Bingo 4x4 Print.pdf is a randomized bingo board, and Bingo Avatar.doc is the header.  I stuck those headers at the top of the bingo board, and copied it.  There are a total of four different bingo layouts.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: pbfconnor on March 07, 2013, 08:18:31 am
Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"

Hey,
Here are the materials I have prepared for unit 1. They are updates from the post I made last year. I have neatened up the slide shows and removed a few mistakes I spotted. Also added a few new activities here and there.



This one focuses on the following:

a) ordinal numbers (introduction)
b) when to use ordinal numbers
c) listen and repeat practice



This one focuses on the following:

a) Ordinal number review
b) prepositions


This is a game template i made. I used the same formatting as popular games (such as Angry Birds) to make a simple to use Snakes and Ladders board game.

To move the counters (a soccer ball and a basketball) simply click once to 'pick' them up, and click again to 'drop' them.

Each square on the board has a link to another slide (the question slides). The link is situated along the top of each square (it is invisible). Click the top of a a square to go to the question slides (There are 20  different slides - they may come up several times during the game - so don't be surprised if the same questions come up 3 or so times)

On the question slides, click the question box to show the answers. The heart with snake icon that appears will link you back to the main board). On the slides with cartoon characters and conversations click the character on the right of the screen to reveal the conversation boxes one by one.

When you 'drop' the balls on the relevant squares (on the main game board) - make sure to drop them near the bottom of the square (if you drop them at the top of the box, the hyper link will activate).



I stole this idea / template from someone else and modified it for this unit (and tried to improve the appearance / functionality of it also). Rules can be found on the attached document.


An idea posted by someone a few posts up on this thread. Print the numbered balls from the slide show below. Hand them out to the students and get them to line up in the correct order (could be a team game or a whole class activity). Once they are lined up they should say the numbers out loud as practice.



A simple find your partner game, using all the main sentence structures from this unit. Cards and instructions are all on the ppt.

Hope these are of use to someone. ^^
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: gclancy on March 08, 2013, 01:55:24 pm
I notice there appears to be no song, bar the unhelpful 12 days of xmas. Anyone have any good quality videos that don't exceed 3 mins? I used this one as a warm up today and it worked a treat.

Just stop the video when all the bugs are on the screen, and tell the students the colour. Once the video ends you can ask them who was eaten first, second, etc... it actually worked a treat great motivator to start any lesson for this chapter.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy0m0OQti4c
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: alwaysgood on March 11, 2013, 12:37:28 pm
This worksheet is to practice fractions and symbols for the Hello World on page 15. 
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: gclancy on March 11, 2013, 03:12:42 pm
Sleeping elephant game, instructions included. Good for reading/writing or possibly review. Practices variations from the look and speak section i.e. the two key expressions:

What ____ are you in?
Im in _____.
Where is the______?
It's on the ____ floor.

Enjoy! PM me if you want any clarification of the rules!
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: dizzl on March 12, 2013, 02:33:29 pm
Baskin Robbin's 31 (or 30 for the first slide)

The second slide has bombs.
Let the students play in groups of 4. If they read a bomb they are out if the read the last sentence they are the winner.

Use the first slide to practice giving all students a chance. Break the class into teams of three and let each group have a go a different student each time. The group that reads the last sentence is the loser.

sorry the PPT is really basic with no rules. I use it for the 2nd slide as the main activity printed out.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: Pin on March 13, 2013, 08:21:46 am
A simple puzzle... most of my kids can do this one.  It's probably too easy for high-level students, but it's all right for medium-level students.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: jurassic82 on March 14, 2013, 08:46:24 am
Here are two Sesame Street videos I used as a warm up and review of first and last.

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

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=oltFGbA0mZc

Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: tweety11226 on March 14, 2013, 02:05:22 pm
Hello Everyone,

I do not teach the YBM book but I am teaching the same lesson but in the Cheonjae Book (blue color), "What grade are you in?

I am attaching the updated Where is Waldo ppt and I added Myungsu in this as well. What's new about this ppt, is that they have to guess what number they are in because the screen will move very fast. The kids are going to LOVE it. TRUST ME!!

Also, I updated the Matching Powerpoint Game Edit pptx. I made it into a a bomb game and I added switch, more steals and of course a BOMB, where everyone will lose their points. I think it would be more excited, but I wanted to contribute to this thread because I got the original ppts from this thread.

Let me know if you need anything else.

Cheers!
Title: I'm in the Sixth Grade - Ordinal Numbers game
Post by: andsku on March 14, 2013, 02:11:47 pm
Just a game idea for the end of the "I'm in the sixth grade" lesson.

Our class had 28 children so we wrote out '1st, 2nd, 3rd.....14th' on two sets of small pieces of paper.

We split the class in two and had half at the front and half at the back stand in a line.

We handed out the cards at random. Then on 'ready...set....go' the children had to rearrange themselves from beginning to end. Then they yelled out 'FIRST SECOND THIRD....etc.' and sat down. The first team all sitting down wins! We repeated this a couple times.

Then before they all sit down you let them race back to their desks, one ordinal number at a time. You can call out 'fifth!' and the two children with the card 'fifth' would run to their seat. First one there, wins. Repeat until all children are sitting.

It was a great way to get them up and excited about ordinal numbers.
 ;D
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: jurassic82 on March 14, 2013, 02:47:11 pm
Here is a power point I made to talk about Ordinal numbers. I used the 2012 Korean Baseball rankings so students could talk about who was first, second, third and last.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: kkiongozi on March 14, 2013, 03:14:53 pm
Hey guys, here's the script for the role play
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: 한소로 on March 18, 2013, 10:53:58 am
I turned the 'play together' on page 13 into a battleship game that requires no preparation. All the stickers are found in the back of the book and you just have the students stick them to the school in the picture.

I have the students using only half of the stickers, but if you want the game to last longer, just use them all.

Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: nehemie.seraphin on March 18, 2013, 01:53:25 pm
Hi everyone. This is my 2nd semester teaching. Waygook help me a great deal last year so this semester I want to try and give back as much as I can. So I was trying to find a reading game that would work for both my village schools and my big public school (no PPT), and I came up with a game I'm going to call "Slap the Deck". This game is inspired by the card game "Slap Jack".

1. Print out and laminate cards with all the vocab words as well as all the words used for each target sentence ( See the attachment)
2. Students work in pairs. The students must divide their deck for two players.
3. Teacher will write a sentence or more than three words from the lesson on the board.
4. Students will do rock, paper, scissor to decide who goes first.
5. Students must hold their cards so that they can't see the side with the words on it.
6. First student will flip over and put down a card. Each will take turns putting down a card.
7. When  a student happens to put down a card with one of the words given by the teacher, the first one to slap it wins all the cards that are in the pile so far.
8. Students must keep playing in until one person has won all the cards or if you run out of time the winner will be the person who has collected the most cards.

My students loved this game, especially my 6th graders. This game can be adapted to any lesson for any grade level. I hope this helps! ;D
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: hayoungil1 on March 19, 2013, 02:26:30 pm
A simple role-play dialog based on the StoryLand that focuses on one scene for three actors. Very basic for more low-level students.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: Obilen on March 19, 2013, 03:24:37 pm
Students design a blue print for their own shopping center. The first slide is an outline and the second slide is an example that can be displayed on the TV for students to draw inspiration. A drawing/writing/speaking activity to review the lesson. Good for partner work. One student can draw and the other can write. Use the writing structure on page 19 as an example. They can present their shopping centers to the class if there's enough time.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: gchan19 on March 21, 2013, 02:24:47 pm
Just thought I'd share since I gained so much from this website. I made a Pass the ball game review some expressions that we have learned. And also a school subject PPT including different subjects in school since I thought it was related when asking "Where is the ____ room?". I got the awesome pass the ball template from here!

Hope it's helpful!
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: keirdre on March 22, 2013, 01:56:49 pm
I modified the Battleships game slightly by taking out places (CT says: "It's not in the book, it's not the key dialogue") and adding in an extra grade row.

I made a PPT to help explain the game.   If NT is Mario, and CT is Luigi, you can model the game effectively, without the need for any Korean translation.  Elicit each step ("How many ships do I draw?" "Is there a ship there?  So what do I draw?" etc) and ask plenty of CCQs after ("If my guess is right, what does my enemy say?  MISS!  And what do I draw? CIRCLE!") etc.

We went up to 31st because our school is quite high level, but you could change it to just 1-10 if it's too hard. 

There's also a game of Baskin Robbins 31st at the beginning that I used as a motivation (after Ts and 2 Ss model it, they play in groups of 4).
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: KuduPower on March 25, 2013, 01:09:15 pm
This is an extension of the activity in the "I Can Do It!" section.
It uses the key expressions while also giving students the opportunity to learn that things are normally in backyards and basements as opposed to on them.

My students always appreciate the chance to get creative so I try to do a lot of these kinds of activities. They are almost always successful, but make sure your CT is ready to do a lot of translating and/or have your phone on you to help out!
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: Madmartigan on March 28, 2013, 11:11:33 am
This can be handed out on the first day of Lesson 1 or for review any time.

It is a simple table with key vocabulary and expressions for Lesson 1 - in English and Korean. It has 2 tables per page, so just cut the page in half, snip off the sides, and tell students to paste it in a notebook or textbook.
(My CT uses the teacher's guide, so it just covers the suggested material from that book.)

Sorry, I know everyone is well into Lesson 2 by now, but you can still use it for review or in 2014  :wink:
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: 한소로 on April 03, 2013, 02:15:19 pm
To help with the role play at the end of the chapter, here's a simple ppt to play while they role play. It's just background images to go along with each scene.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: 6colorbracelet on March 03, 2014, 08:21:39 am
Here's a handout I made up with some of the older handouts and ideas from this forum. Props to the original makers!

Includes Look and Listen, Look and Speak, Vocab, a chart of ordinal numbers and a reading and writing activity.

Hope this helps someone!
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: robert on March 03, 2014, 01:35:38 pm
Intro Worksheet
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: smurdock83 on March 05, 2014, 01:40:59 pm
Hello All,

I merged a few items together to create a good review or ordianal numbers prior to teaching the key phrases and then putting it into practice. I hope it helps
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: cloud on March 10, 2014, 01:45:47 pm
Well-made materials :)

Practice PPTs for both Key Expressions
-Hyperlinks allow autonomy

Vocab Handout (homework/writing)
-Print as half-pages to glue in notebooks

StoryLand Mash-up

BoardGame (reading)

You're Welcome -Josh :)
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: whiskey fairy on March 11, 2014, 01:32:38 pm
I used this video for motivation in part 1 of the lesson.
The kids really loved it, fun way to start the class.
The ppt links in and introduces the use of ordinal numbers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqcblbTWh0A

(There's also a worksheet activity in the ppt where students get directions to a room in the school and have to find it on their worksheet.)
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: robert on March 13, 2014, 10:08:57 am
Writing worksheet:
Crossword
across: 3.classroom 8.fourth 9.first 11.third 12. library 13. second
down: 1.floor 2.congratulations 4.sixth 5.fifth 6.wait 7.grade 10.girl 11.boy
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: kchase on March 13, 2014, 03:58:33 pm
Just a simple vocab review ppt.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: BillCosbySaid on March 17, 2014, 09:40:20 pm
My school is using the same book again this year so I added a super simple, no prep battleship reskin. Everything is set to go, explains the rules and everything.

Detective Conan: Tower Chase

Really loving how this ready-made battleship game looks!

Just a quick question (I'm sure I'm asking about something VERY obvious, so my apologies in advance):how each team actually gets points throughout the game before they are doubled, bombed, etc.?
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: prplbuttercups on March 24, 2014, 01:31:13 pm
I showed this video while students were drawing their houses for the "Do it your self activity" in Period 6. They enjoyed it and I enjoyed it as well, because it's animated very, VERY well.  It's well worth the watch, and my students enjoyed the music while drawing. Enjoy!

There are blueprints of apartments with some labels.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFcITK9aSKY
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: wkemp22 on March 27, 2014, 08:43:52 am
Here is a simple ppt for Play Together 3- rather than having students work in a group and read the cards out loud, they can work in pairs and read off of the ppt.
Title: Re: (YBM Maria Oh) Grade 6, Lesson 1 - "I'm in the Sixth Grade"
Post by: lynnea.lenamond on March 02, 2018, 10:08:19 am
As a new teacher this website is a god send.