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Title: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: mrpopo on April 09, 2012, 10:28:20 am
New video for the lesson. Some of it has been mixed with dialogue from a middle school lesson, but the key expressions for this lesson are still there. Enjoy!

http://www.adamthomasphotography.com/Other/Videos/17145463_TnfwpG#!i=1785499834&k=pZLbNcV&lb=1&s=A (http://www.adamthomasphotography.com/Other/Videos/17145463_TnfwpG#!i=1785499834&k=pZLbNcV&lb=1&s=A)

Subtitles:
http://www.adamthomasphotography.com/Other/Videos-with-Subtitles/22287332_SxwHPL#!i=1787659994&k=czBnhXL&lb=1&s=A (http://www.adamthomasphotography.com/Other/Videos-with-Subtitles/22287332_SxwHPL#!i=1787659994&k=czBnhXL&lb=1&s=A)
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: amyteacher on April 16, 2012, 09:20:28 am
vocab words and some phrases for lesson 5
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Mashley30 on April 17, 2012, 07:39:50 am
A Mario Bomb Game.  It is a little challenging for the students, but a good chance to challenge and help them work through it.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: canuck_in_korea on April 22, 2012, 03:13:55 pm
Intro slides and matching game for lesson 1.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: canuck_in_korea on April 23, 2012, 07:54:26 pm
Intro slides and pass the ball game for lesson 2. 
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: canuck_in_korea on April 25, 2012, 12:36:09 pm
Bomb game for lesson 3.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: raincloud on April 25, 2012, 08:42:16 pm
Welcome to Good Burger home of the Good Burger can I take your order?

haha...I couldn't resist.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAmS4ysBHAY
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: girl0629 on April 27, 2012, 12:11:24 pm
Welcome to Good Burger home of the Good Burger can I take your order?

haha...I couldn't resist.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAmS4ysBHAY

haha i'm definitely using this. thanks.

here's another one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2T7Z8PwESY
it's long, but my kids just had their midterm, so itll be my treat for them.  :)
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: girl0629 on April 27, 2012, 03:16:14 pm
I'm posting a vocabulary crossword puzzle. The hints are the korean definitions. I'm giving one sheet to each table and making it a team competition. They won't be allowed to use worksheets the first 3 minutes.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Wretchard on April 30, 2012, 09:38:02 am
Intro slides and matching game for lesson 1.

I edited the matching game so you can click on the pictures and they will disappear after a team gets a match.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: canuck_in_korea on April 30, 2012, 02:16:14 pm
Hidden pictures and scrambled sentences for lesson 4. 
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Russteacher on May 01, 2012, 01:57:45 pm
My work for the first part of chapter 5.

The 'speaking taboo game' originally came from the national book thread last year. I did not make that up.

Everything else - enjoy! Have a good day.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: jlemt373 on May 03, 2012, 02:42:57 pm
Thanks for all the materials. We appreciate the hard work on the videos and ppt :)
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Mashley30 on May 08, 2012, 07:40:15 am
Another comedic video, Pink Panther
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz0IT4Uk2xQ
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Elena429 on May 08, 2012, 12:36:52 pm
Here is a dialogue activity using cards to substitute in the food options. 

Students can take turns playing customer and server and use the guided dialogue to practice the conversation several times.   

The customer chooses 3 cards and uses them to state what he/she wants to order.  The server and customer play rock/paper/scissors to determine if the order is for here or to go. 

Hope it helps. 
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: wisbea on May 09, 2012, 10:58:04 am
Great idea!!!
I modified your worksheet for my lowest level students. This is a fun but simple activity. Just print two copies of each worksheet ie 'To go or For here' and cut out the strips accordingly. Shuffle them up.
Have  each student pick out one strip ( my classes size is about 28 -30).  Then ask them to find a partner with the same matching dialogue strip by simply reading their dialogue strip  to each student they meet in an attemppt to find their match!!!
 ;D

PS...forgot to attach the worksheets!!!
Here they are.
 ;D
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: datrujil on May 10, 2012, 09:49:02 am
Those were great dialog strips!! Thank you for making them! I tried the matching pair game, but it failed with my students. Some students created "a set menu: fries, hamburger, and cola" instead of finding their pair.


Therefore, I changed the game to Lucky Dialog (similar to Lucky Sentence). A team of 4 or 5 has 8 strips of dialogs (one page of strips plus an extra strip). The first person in the team has all the strips and reads the first strip as quickly as possible, then  hands it off to the next person who continues the process. Similar to Spoons in reference to the speed and passing the 'cards/paper strips' process. After a minute or two yell "Stop!". Teacher chooses a strip (from their own pile) and the students with the same dialog are winners. The students loved this game! They were engaged and actively reading at a fast pace. 

Again, thank you sooo much for making those strips.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: abarkl on May 11, 2012, 08:43:17 am
Here's a game I used with my classes for "For Here or To Go?". There is a menu file included, which you can print out and give to each team. There is also an order card, and a PPT with the menu included. I found the menu on another post here, so thanks to that person. :)

For the activity, show the kids the menu and go over each food with them. Some of the foods are new to them, and this will eliminate lots of questions and confusion. Have the teams work together to try to guess the most expensive foods. After guessing, they choose an entree, side dish, drink, and dessert, and the team with the most expensive order wins. It worked pretty well, and they kids really liked having a real menu. If you can print it in color, even better. There is a slide on the PPT with the menu with no prices, and then the next has prices. I've done two sets of these, in case you want to do two rounds.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Wretchard on May 14, 2012, 08:02:02 am
Here's a game I used with my classes for "For Here or To Go?". There is a menu file included, which you can print out and give to each team. There is also an order card, and a PPT with the menu included. I found the menu on another post here, so thanks to that person. :)

For the activity, show the kids the menu and go over each food with them. Some of the foods are new to them, and this will eliminate lots of questions and confusion. Have the teams work together to try to guess the most expensive foods. After guessing, they choose an entree, side dish, drink, and dessert, and the team with the most expensive order wins. It worked pretty well, and they kids really liked having a real menu. If you can print it in color, even better. There is a slide on the PPT with the menu with no prices, and then the next has prices. I've done two sets of these, in case you want to do two rounds.

Here is a revised handout for this. I put 4 menu cards on each page. Makes it more efficient and you can just print it in your classroom then.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Hidden on May 16, 2012, 02:36:33 pm
storybox dialogue
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: alun on May 17, 2012, 07:44:56 am
Hi quality flashcards. Contains Korean dishes and dishes from around the world.

Tip: When printing, changes 'pages per sheet' to 'custom', then type '1' by '2'. By doing this, you should be able to fold the pages in half and the text will be the same orientation as the picture. Then laminate and re-use.
Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: alun on May 17, 2012, 09:01:56 am
I should have put these in the post above. Vocab strips to accompany the flashcards. :)

Title: Re: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: Joeyjet on June 01, 2012, 01:20:32 pm
Here is a PPT i made for the grade 6 lesson, for here or to go. The last activity where students need to reorder the sentences to create a flowing dialogue... I had printed a few copies and laminated it (for each of the three dialogues on the PPT), then cut out each sentence. During class, the students worked in pairs and were given a dialogue each to unscramble. Some classes even did role plays for each dialogue.

Enjoy!
Title: Grade 6 Lesson 5: For Here or To Go? - YBM
Post by: aik on June 07, 2012, 01:11:41 pm
Here's a Doraemon game we played
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: alsopumpkinstuffing on May 06, 2013, 03:27:17 pm
Dialogue practice adapted from Mimi123's phone practice PPT for Chapter 2 (hence the phone sound clip, no clue how to get rid of that haha). I only have up to 9 students but you could easily add in extra numbers to fit your class size. Students are assigned numbers and read the dialogue when their number comes up. Surprisingly students seem to enjoy this type of practice. Hope someone finds it useful!
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: 19Evans on May 09, 2013, 02:09:48 pm
This is a game from America called "Spoons."  It is adaptable for any grade/class (by using different picture, word, or sentence, etc. cards- usually found in the back of the student books)  The PPT includes directions for the game and follow-up worksheets for A) low level, B) average, and C) high level students.  This is a good "wrap-up" game at the end of  lesson 5. (day 6). 
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: 19Evans on May 09, 2013, 02:14:18 pm
This is the American game "Spoons" for lesson 5, day 6.  It's a good wrap up game, takes about 10-15 minutes to do.  It includes follow up worksheets for low level, average, and high level students.
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: Piv1618 on May 09, 2013, 03:33:45 pm
Here is a slightly overdone Telepathy game that I used for the opening lesson. I made the chilluns yell "MAY I TAKE YOUR ORDER!?" at the TV for each one. The closing level features the most fashionable low budget ancient PPT animations, including a shark, lion, zombie, and a knife fight between a sandwich and some McDonald's french fries.
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: sheila on May 13, 2013, 02:14:26 pm
Here's an intro PPT for this lesson. I'm sure you will like it a lot. Best of luck with your lessons!
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: allone23 on May 15, 2013, 10:00:14 am
Fast Food role play. My students had a lot of fun with this activity.

Preparation:
Before the activity, I set up different restaurant stations, each displaying the restaurant logo and menu (6.5.2 - Fast Food logos and menus.docx) and the sample dialogue (6.5.2 - Fast Food dialogue.pptx).

Each student was given the mission checklist (6.5.2 - Fast Food checklist.docx).


To play:
I chose the first five students to play the Clerks. (Sometimes, I chose four students, and I was the fifth clerk).

The students line up to place an order at a restaurant. After they finish ordering, the Customer and Clerk play Rock, Scissor, Paper. The winner becomes the new clerk.

The student is rewarded if they have been both Customer and Clerk at all five restaurants before time is up.


*It's a good idea to read over the menu items before starting the game. A surprising number of my students hadn't heard of tacos and burritos, and they weren't sure how to pronounce those words.
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: MeKe on May 23, 2013, 09:39:15 am
A short PPT on "daring delicacies" around the world. I made it as a motivation, 10 minute time filler, but my students got really into guessing which country each food item was from. My awesome co-teacher helped explain somethings like what lye is (for the lutefisk), or what a carnival/ state fair was (for deep fried butter).

Also I recognize some items overlap countries. It was just a general presentation.
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: sheila on May 24, 2013, 03:35:08 pm
Here is a Menu Chutes and Ladders game which I originally created for middle school but I have modified it to fit this lesson for elementary. I used it in the extra time after the Story Box lesson. It takes about five minutes to explain and hand out stuff and then at least 10 minutes to play. I would ideally give 20 minutes total but I know it's not always possible. There's also an explanation power point to accompany it.  My students really loved it and did really well with it. I hope you all enjoy it!
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: Gen_JG on July 04, 2013, 11:35:23 am
intro to (weird?) South African food
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: peatreeseoul on February 13, 2014, 01:08:08 pm
Here are the PPTs I used for Lesson 5. Some were downloaded and edited so please feel free to do the same.
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: Mr C on May 07, 2014, 02:56:00 pm
This is a 5-6 minute warm-up or transition activity; students see a slide with a picture of ingredients on it, and they try to guess what food is made from those ingredients. 
Title: Re: (YBM) Grade 6, Lesson 5 - "For Here, or to Go?"
Post by: stephen.hanam on January 22, 2015, 08:04:09 am
I wrote a simple, fun restaurant song to teach 'Can I please have a/some ____' but it also drills 'What would you like to order/eat/drink?' - maybe some teachers will find it helpful.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfRprKPRtc0