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Title: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: cwells on August 28, 2012, 10:54:46 am
A practice PPT for the textbook expressions and a reading game. Students take a sentence and pass the bag/cup the sentences are in. When they have the 2 sentences for a room, they can put that room pic on their house. the first team to put all pics on their house is the winning team
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: cha_m26 on August 29, 2012, 12:11:50 pm
Thanks for the ppt, here's a worksheet I made for my lower level students. It's based on the other grade 5 worksheets (thanks to whoever did that!).
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: toddt on August 29, 2012, 07:43:27 pm
Here in my vocabulary (spelling included) power point for this lesson.

You'll also need the font "Delius," which I've included here as well. In my opinion this font (along with "Comic Sans") is the best for clarity, except for the letter "k," unfortunately.

I hope this will be helpful for you.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: jalbrto on August 30, 2012, 12:33:00 pm
Some of the material I have so far.

A pirate grid game.

Spot the difference. I will make color copies, students will work in pairs. Students find the difference in the two pictures, writing down in their notebooks. "There is a black lamp in the first," or whatever you decide.

Video, this is the cleanest one I found where there is no booze or beeps. There is one beep, but I think it is OK. And I will cut off before the end because they say "Sexual chocolate" jajajaj and they put it in big gold words. Other than that you can use all but the last 30 sec of it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htXlsAPmpJ4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR5qPNPGCmY
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on August 30, 2012, 07:08:40 pm
First Period Intro PPT
Second Period Review PPT
Crossword Activity Sheet
Dog House Hidden Pictures Activity Sheet
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on August 30, 2012, 07:11:52 pm
Mario Bomb Game PPT
I changed around the template a bit and added a few things
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on August 30, 2012, 07:29:47 pm
Hidden Pictures PPT
I got this from one of the other books.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on August 30, 2012, 08:42:16 pm
Where is the Puppy Interview
This is a speaking activity for the first period.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: teachermc on August 31, 2012, 02:35:55 pm
Here is a Prezi for the first section. (http://prezi.com/bhw8oqkpqh9p/grade-5-lesson-9this-is-a-house/)  It consists of a guessing-game style puzzle review of some of the vocabulary in the lesson. 

I will probably use it after the Listen and Do section as a point-based game.  If students are able to guess what the vocabulary word is from seeing just a small piece of the picture, they get a higher amount of points than if they are only able to guess the word when seeing a larger piece of the picture.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on September 02, 2012, 07:33:15 pm
Bingo Game PPT
Give the students a grid and have them all write out the key sentences randomly. Once they have all finished start the game. Enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: JC49 on September 03, 2012, 09:17:56 am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3MSolwcek0&feature=fvwrel

Song and worksheet .
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on September 03, 2012, 09:57:37 pm
Snakes and Ladders Board Game
With Pictures sheet to review the key sentences
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Mandy-ro on September 04, 2012, 01:23:59 pm
Here is the house picture from the book-- Listen and Play section.
Also, I made it into a Ppt. that has those things from the back in the Ppt. There are two slides, one for showing each thing one at a time while the kids let you know where ___ is, and one for if you are short on time, you just show that one instead, it has them all there already... so delete one according to your class... Enjoy!

*** The first one is the picture shown, just a pic. The second one (Ppt.) is the actual one to use, I put both just in case, but just go for the second one, it has first just the pic, then the items coming one at a time in this order:
Bed
Table
Toilet
Puppy
Desk
TV
Stove
Sink
Couch
Dog
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: dani23 on September 04, 2012, 02:44:59 pm
PPT for the part I had to do for period 2.

Listen and repeat script. Blocks cover some words so students have to remember the dialogue, and SpongeBob characters.

Bingo game for pairs (you can print the 2 slides as handouts on one paper)

Bombgame version of the bingo if you prefer groups.

Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Mandy-ro on September 04, 2012, 03:18:48 pm
Does anyone have a good reading activity with a little bit of writing for this chapter? I have to plan for 9.4 now since I have to meet with the teacher tomorrow... Thanks if you can help!

**************************************** Modified:
If anyone thinks of anything, let me know, otherwise this is all I have so far.
I took the house pics out of someones Ppt. (thanks!!) and made a worksheet for the students to read and write if the answer is o or x... or something like that... I have 3 sentences per picture (2 are "o" and one is "x" for each), and the students have to read it (probably as a group with how this ct is) and then we will go over it as a class. Hope it helps someone! I am still trying to find a quick writing assignment to go with this, I will post it if I think of something.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: jason713 on September 04, 2012, 03:27:27 pm
I'm going to try something similar to cwells in the very first post for period one.  I have attached a very simple list of "What's in the bathroom?" or "Where's the table?"  There are twenty all together.  Cut them out and put them in a bag.  One student draws for their team.  He or she reads the question, the team answers it, and that team puts the related sticker on p. 127 (they may have two options, they just need to choose one).  The student puts the phrase back in the bag, and the next team gives it a shot.  If a team has already used the related sticker or stickers then they are skipped and the next team goes.  The team with the most stickers wins!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Mandy-ro on September 05, 2012, 12:57:11 pm
Here is a quick writing assignment I plan to do (if my ct likes it when I meet with her today). I made it so it can be 2/page, so cut them in half. Students can either write on the one you ask about (so maybe not the order they are in) or you can just let them have at it.

It says: Bedroom: In the bedroom there is a ___ and a ___.

Actually, I only did an example like that for the first one, all the rest are just blank after the title of the room. Bedroom is first so it got the partial sentence. I figure, they're pretty smart generally, they can figure it out!


I also included the Lesson Plan from the picky teacher, so it's way more detailed than normal.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: teachermc on September 05, 2012, 03:41:27 pm
Here is a simple craft activity that I will use for the third empty section.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Eugene on September 06, 2012, 12:34:36 am
Matching It Game
Put the class into groups and have them compete against each other.  The team with the most matches wins!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: jenglish on September 06, 2012, 12:48:32 pm
Script dialog.  Game where students must guess where 싸이 is going to go.  Slide 25 can be done in song to Kangnam Style.

"What's in the bedroom?  There's a bed and desk, too."
"What's in the living room?  There's a TV and a sofa."
"What's in the kitchen?  There's a stove and a table."
"Whats in the house? 오빤 Kangnam Style!"
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: teachermc on September 06, 2012, 02:30:31 pm
Here is the house picture from the book-- Listen and Play section.
Also, I made it into a Ppt. that has those things from the back in the Ppt. There are two slides, one for showing each thing one at a time while the kids let you know where ___ is, and one for if you are short on time, you just show that one instead, it has them all there already... so delete one according to your class... Enjoy!

*** The first one is the picture shown, just a pic. The second one (Ppt.) is the actual one to use, I put both just in case, but just go for the second one, it has first just the pic, then the items coming one at a time in this order:
Bed
Table
Toilet
Puppy
Desk
TV
Stove
Sink
Couch
Dog

Thank you for posting that graphic.  I took a look at your PPT and I am going to do something similar for section 2:

I made a Prezi (http://prezi.com/nlcrorkchgwk/grade-5-lesson-9this-is-a-house/) that incorporates that graphic you shared and the idea of showing the rooms first to review and then having them think about what items may be in each room.

First, the presentation focuses on each room of the house in turn, including the garden.  During this time, I will ask students to suggest what may be commonly found in each room.  This should hopefully give less proficient students a chance to listen to some vocabulary words so that they can refer to them during the guessing game.

After reviewing the rooms, the presentation zooms back in on the rooms, starting with the bedroom.  If you use this Prezi directly, be sure to be careful when moving forward with the presentation, because after the presentation zooms in on the bedroom, three items will appear in the room.  I will show students the room before the items appear and ask them to work in pairs (or teams) to guess what 3 items I have placed in the room.  After a short amount of time, I will reveal the items and the class will review the vocabulary together.  I will continue this way for each room and the garden.

I teach alone, so it is often easier to keep the students focused if this activity incorporates some kind of competition.  One idea is to play the game Family Feud-style - students try to guess what someone else (in this case, I) have chosen as common items for each room.  Of course, putting things in the rooms that are too common will make it more difficult for students to see a clear winner in the game and might also discourage less proficient students as the game would be more dependent on their knowledge of particular vocabulary.  Sometimes, in my view, less proficient students will feel that the playing field is more balanced if there is an element of chance.

Adding to that, another way to randomize the game and make more students interested is to have points for correct answers given according to the throw of dice or something similar.

I have made this Prezi able to be copied into other user's Prezi accounts to edit and adjust if anyone is interested.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: ChuckyChad on September 11, 2012, 09:39:26 am
Here is a worksheet based on the one going around and the ppt worksheet someone made for this lesson.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: JC49 on September 11, 2012, 03:09:43 pm
P5 READ & THINK STOPWATCH GAME. Set time to guess the room. Plus AVENGERS GAME FROM MY CT

Here is another ppt for P5.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: HikaruClaire on September 12, 2012, 01:23:36 pm
I made a reading/listening bingo game which would work as an activity for the 2nd or 3rd period of this lesson.

The 3x3 bingo grid overlays a cute cartoon house. Each bingo square is labeled with the name of a room (kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room, bedroom) BUT you could make this a writing activity and have the students write the names of the rooms. Then they draw pieces of furniture in any room.

[Mod edit - removed duplicate attachment]
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: kristenlm on September 12, 2012, 02:01:49 pm
I made a memory or concentration game. The students have to say the ____ is in the _____room. My students love it!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: JC49 on September 13, 2012, 06:43:08 am
Did this Elephant GAME for 4 . Template was provided by somebody on this board :)
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: marty on September 13, 2012, 10:55:34 am
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTSUSkSgvE4
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: JC49 on September 13, 2012, 11:44:19 am
You can ask co-teacher for translation or do search on this board  :). Explanation should be provided.


JC49, do you have the instructions for the elephant game available in English? Thanks
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: wstuchell on September 13, 2012, 12:47:59 pm
I know a lot of people were looking at possibly using MTV cribs as motivation for this unit.  Unfortunately a lot of the shows involve alcohol, smoking, swearing, and stuff that generally shouldn't be shown in an elementary school classroom.  That being said I found that the Tony Hawk clip worked really well.  First he's an older family guy so the show has no references to drugs, alcohol, etc.  Also, he uses a lot of simple statements like "This is my family room, This is my bedroom, etc."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bkjot13p8ow
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: teachermc on September 13, 2012, 01:31:16 pm
Here is a replacement powerpoint/discussion aid for the Around the World part of this lesson (section 6) (http://prezi.com/2zfkmgsyz3p0/grade-5-lesson-9this-is-a-house-iii/).  The photos and information are from photo journalist James Mollison's project "Where Children Sleep."  You can view more of the images in this project on his site. (http://jamesmollison.com/wherechildrensleep.php)

Also, this is a related photo project by Julian Germain called "Classroom Portraits." (http://www.juliangermain.com/projects/classrooms.php)  It follows the same thread of using portraits to compare the lives of children in different places around the world.

I would not recommend using this if you teach alone or if you have had some sensitivity issues come up in your class related to race or social class.  If you are lucky enough to have support from a Korean teacher or just have a great, respectful group of students, I have some discussion suggestions:

When you show the first picture of each - the room without the child's photo or information - ask students to describe the room.  From there, you might help them to make some guesses about the child's age, gender, location, etc.  Then, students can compare their guesses to the information given about each child.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Craash on September 13, 2012, 10:03:49 pm
JC49, do you have the instructions for the elephant game available in English? Thanks

If you are going to play it - do it quickly!!

Some person already posted it on "InThisSchool" (Korean teachers website) and Korean teachers are already downloading the EXACT same game and playing it in their classes.....


Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: tweety11226 on September 14, 2012, 08:12:06 am
Did this Elephant GAME for 4 . Template was provided by somebody on this board :)

Hello JC49,

I tried to look for the instructions through waygook and came up empty. Can you please explain the instructions, please? Some people don't teach with their co-teachers but they actually teach by themselves and the co-teacher just sit there and translate when necessary.

thanks :D

PS If you know where the link is that discuss this game, please feel free to post the link
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: jenglish on September 14, 2012, 08:33:07 am
Fun dialog and games.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: barbbui on September 14, 2012, 01:24:19 pm
I took the template form someone on the board.  Thanks!

Flip the clip ...Team play speaking activity
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: David_Daytona on September 14, 2012, 04:19:04 pm
Show your kids this video, it's very minecrafty. You can pause it and ask them about stuff in the rooms.
http://vimeo.com/4240369
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: seouldier girl on September 18, 2012, 08:22:02 am
Here's another panda video I made for this chapter.
Panda giving a simple house tour. I'm using it for my open class today (which is why my co-teacher insisted i show my face in this one, so the parents realise i made it. gah.)
I'll show the vid and ask questions.
so far my students really like it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN8XFQ_5heA&feature=g-upl
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: acosmann on September 18, 2012, 11:43:47 am
Did this Elephant GAME for 4 . Template was provided by somebody on this board :)

Hello JC49,

I tried to look for the instructions through waygook and came up empty. Can you please explain the instructions, please? Some people don't teach with their co-teachers but they actually teach by themselves and the co-teacher just sit there and translate when necessary.

thanks :Dfew

PS If you know where the link is that discuss this game, please feel free to post the link


Hey, I played this game with my grade 4's for another lesson.  Really simple and the kids liked it. Thanks JC49  for the template it works really well.
You split the class into groups of four, each member within each group gets assigned a number between 1&4. Each team gets a white board and marker. When you say elephants sleep they must all put their head on the desk and close their eyes. You then say elephants number one wake up, whoever was assigned number one in each group must open their eyes and look at the board. You show them one word/part of the sentence. They must remember the word/words they saw, without writing it down or saying the word. You then say all elephants sleep.  Then repeat the same steps for elephants 2-4.  Once each member has seen a part of the sentence, you say; ďAll elephants wake up!Ē They then have about a minute to figure out and write down what the complete sentence was.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: balehead on September 19, 2012, 10:31:38 am
They're many you tube video tours of mine craft houses that make great introduction clips. This is a good example.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kzQQOMCxTp4&feature=related
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: IsabelleE on September 24, 2012, 12:56:32 pm
I used this game called hotseat at the end of the lesson. Students line up in front of a picture and one student is facing away sitting in the "hotseat" the students in line must try and explain the picture without using the name of it. E.g. living room- There is a desk and a sofa in here... there is a tv...

The classes really loved it.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: kneekick on September 25, 2012, 01:36:11 pm
Show your kids this video, it's very minecrafty. You can pause it and ask them about stuff in the rooms.
http://vimeo.com/4240369
If you're going to pause the video, I would suggest showing it more than once and pausing during the 2nd showing. The kids loved this video and pausing it to ask questions about the video seemed to ruin it a bit for them. My students in the first class were so annoyed with me, they wouldn't even answer questions about what was in the house after the second time I stopped it.
In subsequent classes, I told the students to watch and remember the video and asked them what they saw in it after it was finished playing. This worked much better and they were very enthusiastic to share what they remembered seeing. They always wanted to see it twice.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: kneekick on September 25, 2012, 01:39:56 pm
Show your kids this video, it's very minecrafty. You can pause it and ask them about stuff in the rooms.
Sorry, forgot to thank you for the video. It is awesome and it was great fun to watch with the kids. They were amazed and excited through the whole thing.  Thanks!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: JC49 on September 26, 2012, 09:01:57 am
Make a sentence from Eugene;s template. Thanks :)
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: kalib on September 26, 2012, 01:20:13 pm
Here is a reading game instead of the one in the book. It is the "what's behind the sentence?" game, but instead of only getting candy, students can add points (1 or 3) and even change points in the game.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: kalib on September 26, 2012, 01:26:30 pm
Oops :-[ sorry! Here is another reading activity on the Dizzy words template.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: aukina on September 27, 2012, 03:29:34 pm
Hello! 2 games  ;D

The first one is Called Furniture Finder. I printed off names of furniture and laminated them. Then I split the class into 5 groups and assigned a room to each group.
1.In a basket I had all the laminated furniture names mixed together.
2.When I said go, one student from each group had to come up and find one furniture name for their room. Then they bring it back to their group and the next person goes up to find another one.
3.The game is over when all 5 pieces of furniture are found.
~I gave 3points for all five, 2points for four and 1point for three.~

The students got really excited screaming out furniture items to their team members! haha There is a quick review section before and pictures to give them a guide of what to look for.

Last one is a writing game. There are 3 levels. The first is guessing room names from pictures of furniture. Second is guessing furniture pieces. and last level is filling in the blanks "There is a ____ in the ____"

Enjoy! :P
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: rocketeerjoe on September 28, 2012, 10:59:33 am
My class watched the subprime animation 3 times without getting sick of it over two classes. They also told me not to stop, haha.

I found this, which also worked really well. It's a 3D tour of the Simpsons house.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IL2WHdRwlJ4
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Rilakuma on October 04, 2012, 09:51:43 am
Guessing game

There are clues for a specific room in the house. There are about 3 ~ 4 clues for the room that appear after each click. There are 7 rooms to identify. If you want the game to go longer make it a team effort where they write down their answer as a group. The earlier answers get more points.  I tried to make it a little tricky for them to figure out it actually made it really fun for them!
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: tokixjam on October 10, 2012, 03:02:51 pm
A PPT I made just showcasing the different children and their homes from James Mollison's book "Where Children Sleep".

This could be used for 6th period's Around the World segment.
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: cbs on October 11, 2012, 09:37:29 am
I played this video (up until 2 minutes ) for my kids. The second time I played, I paused it each time the baboons went into a different room. They had to write down what room the baboon was in "This is the...." and then say what they could see in the room "There is a ... in the ...". The kids loved it. (I put aside my disbelief that National Geographic produced a series like this.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjUejI_gZS4&feature=related&noredirect=1
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: Mariek.Kocay on November 08, 2012, 03:05:57 pm
I made a clap game for this unit. The instructions are in the powerpoint. I took the base from a different user and changed it to fit this unit. :)
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: bulgasari on November 16, 2012, 03:19:02 pm
Here's the material I used for lesson 9, which I made unless otherwise noted.

Day 1: First up is a fill in the blank ppt for the dialogue on page 126.
Next, to go along with the video posted above ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=IL2WHdRwlJ4  ) of the Simpsons' house is a quiz about the video (someone else made this a year or two ago).
Next is a ppt about rooms in the Simpsons house.
Then a Halloween game (what monster is in what room - note: I switched the units around (teaching 11, 10, then 9) so unit 9 came at Halloween).

Day 3: A pass the ball game (using Simpsons images),
a 'stuff in a house' game (what is it - it's a sofa/ where is it? It's in the living room)
Then a matching game in which an object must be matched with a room.
The last three lead up to the sticker game on page 131 ('Act and Play').

Day 6: Houses and housing ppt - compares houses in Korea to houses in Canada/U.S.
(ie. we don't tend to have drains in the floor, we always have enclosed showers or shower curtains on bathtubs)
Flying Sentences and unscramble the words writing game (done in groups of 4).
Pictionary (or charades) cards showing objects from a room - students have to make the sentence 'There's a ____ in the ___ room.'

Hope this helps...
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: marty on February 08, 2013, 11:32:30 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTSUSkSgvE4
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: microcosm90 on February 09, 2013, 06:34:57 pm
Thank you for your help!
Title: This is My House SONG
Post by: apantelmann on September 03, 2013, 07:10:44 pm
I wrote this simple sweet song that students will enjoy, This Is My House. I like to read the lyrics first and make sure they know how to say the words,then I play the song so they can get a feel for it. Get them to complete the CLOZE. Once they get their confidence, they can sing it.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: newsarahjane on September 09, 2013, 12:45:20 pm
A fun way to ellicit target language from students is through an activity on the Busy Town website. Some of you may have watched the television program/played the computer game as children.

The website is a sort of abreviated version of the Busy Town world, with lots of games and activities. If you go to the "countryside" area in the game, you can build your own house. Pull it up on the projector and ask the students to help you place the appropriate objects in the correct rooms of the house.

http://www.busytownmysteries.com/
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: jacksonias on September 10, 2013, 02:17:40 pm
Hello,
Started this unit today. This PPT has the key words and sentences (plus a few extras that my co-t wanted to teach), and then instructions for the listening game we did. It went really well actually. I gave them each a basic house outline (picture attached), and had them stick the stickers from the top of page 225 in unusual places: a bed in the kitchen, and a stove in the living room, for example. Then it just worked like Bingo.

Hope it's of use!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Rowanteacher on September 10, 2013, 02:57:25 pm
A presentation for the first period introducing the rooms of the house and household objects, I added a few extra rooms and objects. The last slide is to use with the listen and play 'game' (activity). I think I made the ppt look quite nice! :)


Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: zminus2 on September 12, 2013, 01:55:08 pm
Lesson plan & vocab ppt for period 1. I used another ppt from this thread (thanks whoever you are - gave me a good start) and changed a little/added some. My KT wanted to add other words like dishwasher, vacuum cleaner, kettle, garage, etc. I took out the easy ones they should already know (dog, puppy, etc.). When it comes up, I always try to tell them the differences between American English and British English -- garden vs yard, garAGE vs GARage, etc.

We used this song for motivation: http://youtu.be/DR5qPNPGCmY (We Are Busy Beavers House Song) - I thought the students would hate it, but they didn't. Most sang along.

We just did the textbook activity for listen and play, changed a little -- class asked me "What's in the ___?" and I answered. Vocab ppt took so long, that we would have been short on time anyway.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: yoo2135 on September 12, 2013, 03:21:02 pm
First post  :cheesy:

vocab PPT with 'WHAT'S IN THE HOUSE?" GAME
instructuins are in it.

M kids are pretty advandced, you can go easy with your kids.
You just let them name objecs rather than memorizing them :wink:
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: bassooooon1 on September 13, 2013, 12:08:13 pm
Memory Match
Used the word cards posted earlier, but added/changed them to match the vocab a little more (so that they included the animals and all the rooms).  Worked pretty well.

divide the cards into two sets- words and pictures
Students choose 1 picture card and 1 word card.
they then say "There's a (picture card) in the (word card)."
If the pictures match (if the sentence makes sense), then the student keeps the cards.
If the pictures don't match (if the sentence doesn't make sense), the student says "There's a (picture card) in the (word card).  What a surprise!"
The student puts the cards back.
It is then the next student's turn

Worked pretty well with mid-level 5-person groups.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: stricks on September 13, 2013, 12:23:06 pm
What Do You See?

Simple paired work game. I handed out a worksheet with the house image from the CD accompanying the book and some blank lines to accommodate the activity. Students decide which of the partners will go first and one student must sit with his or her back to the projector/screen so they cannot see the PPT. Then the other partner looks at the PPT and describes, item by item (at the teacher's pace), what is in the house, using the target language, "In the _____ there's a _____." The items are silly because, I have found, my students pay much better attention when I throw in the unexpected.

Once all four items have been described (written on the worksheet and drawn in the house, if you want) then the student with his or her back to the screen can turn around and see the house. Then, the partners switch roles and I go through the second house with odd items.

I have a very stripped-down version of PPT here, so I went the old fashioned, slide-by-slide route for programming this. Can't malfunction!  :laugh:

Where's The Puppy

We used a modified version of a game like this (submitted by another user earlier in this thread) but we also created a system through which we could award students points. (1 guess = 5 pts, 2 guesses = 4 pts, etc.) We also gave them a word bank in case they couldn't think of things to stash in the rooms without puppies. Sorry I don't have the document to post for you--it's on my KT's computer.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: yongukin on September 13, 2013, 01:18:24 pm
Here is a 'spot the difference' activity.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: jchoi911 on September 13, 2013, 01:55:19 pm
EVIL version of snakes and ladders..  :evil: :evil: :evil:
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: missannajones on September 13, 2013, 03:22:54 pm
Here's a Harry Potter Prezi I made about this chapter.  You can zoom in on different rooms.
http://prezi.com/puliugc7zfza/this-is-my-house/
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Tammy Warren on September 16, 2013, 02:01:34 pm
Here is a worksheet that you can use with the stickers for Act & Play in period 3.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: JC49 on September 17, 2013, 06:47:58 am
A missing ppt for PPT 2 OR 3.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: AbigailJoy on September 23, 2013, 10:52:08 am
At the suggestion of a friend, I redeemed a favorite drinking game and created "English Flip Cup"...

The results were miraculous.  Perfect for squirrelly post-Chuseok classes.

Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: JC49 on September 24, 2013, 12:01:18 pm
My co-teacher's game : Where's thePuppy.

Have to make sentences.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: kim.freeke on September 24, 2013, 01:19:30 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AstXYoiqvVA

This is a pretty cool video to allow kids to expand their thoughts on the subject. Ask them what they saw, names of the rooms, etc.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: CARLYMLOVELAND on September 25, 2013, 07:47:06 am
Where's the Puppy? Reading Review Game.

Split class into groups or teams, mine worked best with 4 teams. They choose a sentence and the whole team reads the sentence aloud. Click on the sentence - no puppy no points, puppy = 1 point. My kids really loved it.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: yfb on September 27, 2013, 10:43:49 am
MASH activity. Tried to make it as simple as possible in the PPT, but it still took about 15-20 minutes to explain the activity. It's a good activity with advanced students.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: jbrookin on September 30, 2013, 03:23:16 pm
A fun story.  My 5th graders are a little more advanced.  This is just a story to start them thinking in English at the beginning of class. 

Also, a reading worksheet.  You will need to change it if you want it to be fill in the blank. 
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: misterfisticuffs on October 02, 2013, 09:35:20 am
"My Crazy House" Jigsaw Activity

This activity should involve all the students and get them to practice the 4 skills:  listening, speaking, reading & writing.  It has 2 parts:

Set up:  Explain to the students that there are 5 crazy things in the house:  a zombie, a robot, a chicken, a dinosaur and a bear.  The problem is we don't know where these things are.  Only the students can solve the mystery of the "crazy house".

PART 1 - Each group of students gets an envelope.  Inside the envelope are 4 sentences cut up into pieces.  The students should reconstruct the sentences.

THERE'S A SINK IN THE BATHROOM.
THERE'S A TOILET IN THE BATHROOM.
THERE'S A CHICKEN IN THE BATHROOM.
WHAT A SURPRISE!

Each group's envelope involves one room of the crazy house.  When they have made 4 sentences you can check their work and have them practice reading the sentences to you.

Next give them the handout (a 1/4 sheet of A4 paper A side = house B side = items in the house).  They should write down the things in their room.

PART 2: The students will now interview each other to find out what's in the other rooms.  It's pretty obvious that a sofa and a TV are in the living room, but who would guess there's also a bear!  I gave my students 7 minutes to complete this.

Wrap-up:  The students report back what's in the crazy house.

It takes a bit of prep time (photocopies + laminating the word cards) but the students seemed to appreciate the activity and they will get practice with all 4 skills.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: EMB on October 02, 2013, 12:22:58 pm
I made a muppet version of Clue to play at the end of the chapter. It's just like the traditional board game (minus the board).
It uses  three extra vocab words: dining room, teapot, and jewelry.
The PPT has directions for the students, and the playing cards/answer sheet are at the end.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Tammy Warren on October 04, 2013, 07:40:33 am
Here is a 'sleeping elephant game' I adapted for this lesson.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: vionne on October 07, 2013, 11:46:02 am
My students showed very little interest in the Tony Hawk Cribs clip - mostly because they didn't know him. Here are some links to some other celebs they might know: Lady Gaga, Bill gates, Justin Bieber. 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myJ8CYuJsuw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vo05uLBivQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnHxNcFC44Q
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Tara Albert on October 14, 2013, 02:43:54 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 peopleís stuff and modified it, though some stuff I have done solo. So credit to other people whoíve 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. (Crossword Jigsaw is similar, but students give clues about the words to write in the boxes, e.g. "4 across is a website lots of English teachers in Korea use." Other students write answer, waygook.org)
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 partnerís 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 Iíve been able to modify, use and get ideas from!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: rparmer2 on October 16, 2013, 10:31:30 am
Here is a very basic PowerPoint that we used to review Key Expressions.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: lianney on October 25, 2013, 03:16:14 pm
House song. First, give the students the lyrics and have them guess what the words are based on context clues. Then, check the answer and sing the song.

Also for fun, a scary Halloween game.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: lianney on November 01, 2013, 12:09:52 pm
I had them on Halloween, so I used this as a motivation: A tour through a haunted house. Nothing too fancy, but they enjoyed it.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: micah230 on November 19, 2013, 12:57:07 pm
This is a final class lesson/review powerpoint I made. I used a pokemon template and combined it with some other versions of things I saw as my kids are very high level. I just divided the class up into two teams and called on them randomly. They were very excited about getting team rocket, oddly enough. I also made a worksheet for the other students to write down the answers to the questions even if the other team was answering them. If they had them all at he end, their team got extra points as well.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: teachersimone on March 04, 2014, 02:20:10 pm
Thanks to all contributors!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: prtzllife on September 05, 2014, 01:13:43 pm
Here's a PPT for Around the World. Feel free to edit as needed ;)
Also you'll need to download this Classical Mongolian font to read the Mongolian correctly. Here's the website for the font.
http://www.fonts2u.com/cms-ulaanbaatar.font
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: katsy3g4 on September 15, 2014, 03:24:54 pm
Where is the Puppy Interview
This is a speaking activity for the first period.

Great activity idea! I took it, redesigned the worksheet, and made a lesson centered around the activity. Attached are all the materials I will use for the class.

Some notes:
-For the practice section I will ask the class "What's in the ______?" before revealing the strange animal that's there. I'll take two or three sentences and then reveal the animal and choose a student to make a sentence about it. Then I'll prompt the whole class to say "What a surprise!"

-For the puppy activity I have a system for rotating in my class. If you want would rather have your students walk around and talk to whoever you might want to have your co-teacher change the wording in the Korean version of the worksheet. In my class there are four rows of students. The inner second and third row move to the next seat (moving to their right) when I ding a bell. They sit with their new partner and do the activity until I ding the bell again.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: gbmoocow on September 17, 2014, 02:55:15 pm
Here's a coin flick game. I used it for period 2, but you can probably use it in another period.
I made it so they can practice saying the key expressions.
The box the coin lands in has a vocab word that they will use to make a sentence.

On the board, the words are in green, blue and black.
If the word is in GREEN, they say "What's in the ______?"
If the word is BLUE, they say, "There's a _______."
And black is just, "What a surprise!"
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: prigov on September 18, 2014, 12:12:27 pm
I found this Plants vs Zombies template on another thread and just edited it with pictures from the pirate grid game for lesson 1.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: KTeacher on September 18, 2014, 01:21:46 pm
Hi everybody!

I am uploading my lessons, PPTs, worksheets etc. that I've made and collected for this lesson.

I want to thank everyone who has contributed over the years, whether it was with PPTs, worksheets, or ideas. It has been very helpful to see what other teachers implement in their classrooms.

I like to plan ahead as much as possible, so at the beginning of the semester I make/collect/organize/edit/print the bulk of the material for the year so that I can have things ready to go at any time. I'm sure most of us can relate to having days where we can't make time to edit a PPT or organize a lesson plan due to sickness, the dreaded sudden schedule change, etc. This place has been a major help for teachers in a fix. I would like to help as well. I've finally stopped procrastinating and have made time to post.  ;D Some of the materials are originally mine, and some are edited versions of other people's hard work.

NOTES:

I've extracted most of the material in the PPTs that is specific to my school and my personal point system, but I've left a few nuggets in there that can be easily deleted if you want (There's a police officer that pops up occasionally to police grammar. My kids like to pretend as if they'll really be arrested for bad grammar. Silly I know, but I left a few in just in case you want to use it. But if you find him lame, feel free to dispose of him :smiley: ). I've incorporated gifs, pics, etc. to hopefully engage the students a bit more in the lessons. My kids seem to love them, and I hope yours do, too!  :smiley:

I think everything is pretty straightforward. I try to make it as simple as possible because my kids are mostly low level.

Another teacher, Tara Albert posted her materials in bulk as well, which motivated me to post mine because our organization style is similar. (Thanks, Tara!) A few files of hers in particular served as great templates for my games. If you have already downloaded the following file from her, here's what I changed so you can know what you're getting:

Writing Elimination Game ----> Writing Elimination Game with HIDDEN SMILEYS:
I changed her PPT by adding gifs, pics, and hidden smileys in addition to making a writing paper, so that the answers were predetermined, and each student had their own separate specialized paper.

I have included printouts (labeled PRINTABLES) where necessary. This includes a homework writing assignment that I made, a correlating test paper (I chose words that I thought would be useful), and game papers for the PPT games as well.

I have also included a slew of MTV CRIBS VIDEOS, which have proven to be a BIG hit for me in the past. The ones Iíve included have been sorted and donít contain any big problems for the classroom Ė i.e. drugs, sex, etc. The Maroon 5 video shows Adam Levineís girlfriend in bed, but she could just be taking a nap for all they know. :smiley: Tony Hawk, Manny Pacquiao, and the Teen Cribs vids were my kids favorites. This lesson definitely extends past the recommended 7 periods for me. My kids need more practice, and they find this lesson in particular to be a lot of fun. :smiley: If you have any questions please let me know. I'll help in any way I can.

That's all for now. I hope this helps! I know it can be a hassle to make a lot of this stuff, especially if you have to do it all by yourself. But don't give up! I've personally seen just how much of a  difference it makes to my kids when they're presented with something somewhat polished as opposed to something that I just threw together.

Happy Teaching, everybody!
~Live Long and Prosper.

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Post by: KTeacher on September 19, 2014, 09:54:59 am
Continued from the previous post. More files. :)

Happy Teaching, everybody.

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Post by: KTeacher on September 19, 2014, 12:23:01 pm
Continued from the previous post. Video files. :)

Happy Teaching.

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Post by: KTeacher on September 19, 2014, 01:00:14 pm
More files. Cribs!
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: KTeacher on September 19, 2014, 02:39:27 pm
Continued from the last post. This is the last video post I can make for now. The other files are too big to attach.  :-[ If I find a way to shrink them, I'll add more later. In lieu of that, I am attaching a few Youtube vids that will help for now.

As always: Happy Teaching, guys.  :cheesy:

Live Long and Prosper,
KTeacher

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqlYCs_5Ap0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuaRkw8b7lw
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: ADave on September 19, 2014, 08:04:23 pm
Here's a song I wrote for talking about rooms. My co-teacher put the video together from summer camp footage. Also including a lyrics and a PPT version of the song (sorry that the PPT's a bit drab T.T)

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRZtfs69h9g&feature=plcp
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: myaiaym on September 22, 2014, 01:36:29 pm
This is a different version of the Telepathy game my ct found on indischool. Instructions are found in the PPT. The is great for 5th period as students have to read and write the sentences. It's used as an all class individual activity.
Show the students the slide and have them pick an option and write it down. Once they answer go around the class asking group members to select a color (for points). For instance group 1 pick a color, everyone who has selected the correct answer gets points selected.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: lianney on September 25, 2014, 08:32:56 am
Make your own dream house for the later periods of the lesson. I like to see their creativity.

Matching card game for period 5 made from my previous coteacher. You'll need thick paper and to create several sets (one for each group - they can play in groups of 4 or in pairs).
Title: Lesson 9-2 "Welcome to the house of the future."
Post by: sdaube on September 26, 2014, 10:21:46 am
This is a "Key Expressions" ppt I made to introduce the terms for Lesson 9 period 2. Also modified a previous "Flying Sentences" ppt to shorten the length and incorporate more of the term, "What a surprise!" Included these two videos to demonstrate a real life house of the future. I fast forwarded the Hong Kong clip to around 1:30.
Samsung House of the Future
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mxocMgUrvo&list=PLfUSlwy8aank66z1MnSve7BNsjOdKsUDO&index=3
Hong Kong Futuristic Apartment
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfciTewnqaI&index=4&list=PLfUSlwy8aank66z1MnSve7BNsjOdKsUDO
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Hot6^ on September 29, 2014, 09:45:37 am
Here is a great video. THe guy actually walks through every room. Talks about every room. Talks about everything that will go or is in the room.

STOP THE VIDEO BEFORE THE 3:25 mark. Right after they walk into the office and talk about the green room. He talks a bout a statue and the women has boobs, and he says "boobs." Probably no the most appropriate thing.

They stop giving the tour of their apartment at that point anyway...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECNRdeO5C1c
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9 This is my house- (Frances Sohn)
Post by: MaliMasi on October 01, 2014, 01:28:47 pm
I found this video on YouTube for Lesson 2, the future house. The house featured in the textbook is outdated. My kids loved this house, and the fact that it is in Korea and run by Samsung was really impressive to them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mxocMgUrvo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mxocMgUrvo)
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Rowanteacher on October 01, 2014, 03:16:52 pm
A nice little game I made for practicing "There is a ... in the ..."

The locations of the puppies should disappear after finding them but for some reason I can't get the bed to disappear.
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Artisis on October 07, 2014, 11:10:09 am
This is a telepathy game I made for the lesson. Students have to guess what is in the specific room by writing down a sentence. When the correct sentence is shown, students are to say the sentence out loud along with "What a surprise!" I added some additional vocabulary (slide, basement, hamster) as well as some other sentences to make it a bit more interesting for the students (and myself). Hopefully this benefits someone else. There isn't a whole lot to do to practice "What a surprise!"
Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: Artisis on October 13, 2014, 02:59:30 pm
Writing practice.

Students will be placed in groups and given a white board, a marker and a picture (I printed out pictures of google image results, for a more personal effect you can print out pictures of your home).

Students will follow the prompts "There is a...." or "There are...." and create as many sentences as possible within a time limit.

More creative sentences are given higher points.

While I had to help the students while they were writing (giving them new vocabulary and explaining some grammatical issues like "There IS grass.") I was impressed with how much my students could write when given the chance outside of the text book.

This activity could also be a whole class one with the picture on the board and the point system taken away.

Title: Re: (천재교육 Cheonjae/Frances Sohn) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "This is My House"
Post by: tazgrace26 on October 16, 2014, 03:13:07 pm
Here's a 'writing' game I made.
The students work in teams and hold the answers up on their whiteboards.
The first round is the pictures of the rooms where they just write out the sentences. My students are pretty high level but still tend to leave out the 'a' so I'm pretty harsh about that.

The second round they have to unscramble the words with the timer.

This is just a short game I made to fill time at the end of the reading/writing lessons. My students seemed to enjoy it.