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Title: (2011 National) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "Whose Boat is This?"
Post by: akedizzle on November 06, 2009, 01:36:39 pm
here you go, one is a friend (initials JB) and one is from my coteacher!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: murakano on June 23, 2010, 01:58:18 pm
I know nobody is upto here yet but another gem of a video for future reference :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ej94mB76XM
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: chanti29 on June 30, 2010, 11:12:55 am
Hey!!
Actually I am that far along! I'm so glad you posted this. I was really struggling to think of something to do. That "sound game" is a great idea!! Thanks!! I'm excited to see how how my classes will go!!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: abipawlowski on July 02, 2010, 12:55:45 pm
hi how exactly have you played the sound game? it's fairly self explanatory but some directions would be super!!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: kevin000 on August 23, 2010, 08:21:35 am
I'm surprised that this thread is so empty... Are people still on vacation?
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: toniyellow on August 23, 2010, 10:52:02 pm
For an easy introduction to the key sentences.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: Gillod on August 24, 2010, 11:49:35 am
Here's an illustrative PPT, a grid-based bomb game and a fill-in-the-dialog worksheet. You'll have to change the picture in the PPT :)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: complex303 on August 25, 2010, 12:05:51 pm
That song guessing PPT was awesome, so I made another one. 
This PPT uses English pop songs.  I'm pretty sure 5th graders know Michael Jackson and maybe the Beatles.  They'll have to guess on the rest of the songs.
If anyone's uncomfortable with letting 5th graders listen to rap, you can delete the last 2 slides.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: hoa.nguy3n on August 25, 2010, 02:24:57 pm
My ct uses this powerpoint game. It's quite fun. Hope this will help.
Title: Grade 5 Lesson 9
Post by: mmanzi on August 25, 2010, 03:21:32 pm
Hey guys, finally looking to give back:

For 9.2 instead of singing, i am planning on doing the powerpoint attached and instead of the guessing game i'm going to do the ghostbusters game attached

9.3 instead of look and listen i'm going to do pass the ball, but they have to pass it left and right and whatever row the ball lands on that entire row has to say what's on the screen. i made a pretty lazy version as you will see after downloading the 1st ppt, but you can easily add in a couple other pics.

also, for 9.3 game i'm going to have 6 groups. each group puts 2 items (erasers, pencils, etc) into a bag. 1 student chooses 1 item out of the bag and asks "is this yours" to 3 groups. if he gets it right on the 1st try-9 points, 2nd try-6 points, 3rd try-3 points


for 9.4 game i'm doing a very similar game where 1 person leaves the room and an object is given to 1 person. when he comes back in he says "is this yours" and the entire class says "no it isn't". the louder they say "no it isn't" the closer he is to finding the object. i usually time it and the fastest team wins.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: mmanzi on August 26, 2010, 07:35:04 am
I must be an idiot, but how do you play the game? wouldn't the kids see whose picture you click on?
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: JC49 on August 26, 2010, 08:11:46 am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yg9MKQ1OYCg&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zApm7GfRtNw



You tube songs for this lesson
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: complex303 on August 26, 2010, 11:59:55 am
Here's a video I converted to .avi
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: bobranger on August 30, 2010, 09:46:05 am
I modified the bomb game and Who's song is it? (thank you creators and up loaders)

Bombgame
I added three slides. Start the slide show and click on the top left-hand corner.  Rules and key phrases will be displayed and end.  Then do the slide show again and play game as usual.

Who's song is this?
Slight modifications on first two slides (Students loved this game)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: bobranger on August 30, 2010, 09:47:03 am
bomb game (My edit)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: rainesbaines on August 30, 2010, 10:44:17 am
here's a worksheet for part one of lesson 9.

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: countdown. on August 31, 2010, 09:20:12 am
Hey everyone, I got this from Co teacher last year- I can not remember if she made it. :S
But, the kids loved it!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: krnpowr on September 01, 2010, 10:20:43 am
Does anyone have the actual translated lesson?  It would be greatly appreciated.   ;)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: amycock on September 01, 2010, 10:32:11 am
Translated lesson :
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: amycock on September 01, 2010, 10:38:24 am
Role play 9.4
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: justasgoodasyou on September 01, 2010, 11:02:26 am
I just tried this PPT game with my kids today and they loved it.
It works in a similar format to the bombs games.

Scoring is as followed:
If the group guesses the question correctly then the group gets one point. (eg. Whose sword is this?)
If they next guess the correct character in which the item belongs to they get another point. (eg. they guess Inuyasha "It's Inuyasha's")
Finally if they guess the correct response to the question they get another point(eg. Yes, it's mine.)
So the max points u can get per turn is 3

However i did have some trouble with controlling the PPT, i think its because I'm still not too familiar with making games on PPT >_<" so I'm sorry in advance.

 

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: ChrisTeacher on September 01, 2010, 12:14:44 pm
here you go, one is a friend (initials JB) and one is from my coteacher!
everyone loved the song game, thanks so much!! (I wish I had an English PPT program).
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: krnpowr on September 02, 2010, 08:24:48 am
Translated lesson :

Thanks for your reply, but you attached the lesson for the 6th graders.  Do you lesson 9 for the 5th graders?

Thanks,
Dave
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: amycock on September 02, 2010, 10:01:06 am
Oh dear sorry! Haha, here you are
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: gecko87 on September 02, 2010, 12:15:08 pm
Does anyone have a good idea for a pop song to go with this lesson?
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: sbbaas on September 02, 2010, 01:14:36 pm
@gecko87

This Korean pop song says "It's Mine" several times. Maybe you can make it work.


Kara (카라) - Lupin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NS2YMTbxyY4
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: echo211 on September 02, 2010, 01:58:07 pm
I just tried this PPT game with my kids today and they loved it.
It works in a similar format to the bombs games.

Scoring is as followed:
If the group guesses the question correctly then the group gets one point. (eg. Whose sword is this?)
If they next guess the correct character in which the item belongs to they get another point. (eg. they guess Inuyasha "It's Inuyasha's")
Finally if they guess the correct response to the question they get another point(eg. Yes, it's mine.)
So the max points u can get per turn is 3

However i did have some trouble with controlling the PPT, i think its because I'm still not too familiar with making games on PPT >_<" so I'm sorry in advance.


thanks, justasgoodasyou! it looks like a great game! could you do me a favor, though, and tell me the names of the correct cartoon characters? i know the common ones (i.e. mickey, minnie, spongebob), but have no idea who the japanese anime guys are. i appreciate all your help!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: jscheuring on September 02, 2010, 03:13:32 pm
Does anyone have a good idea for a pop song to go with this lesson?

I take no credit for this but it has all kinds of K-Pop in in. A typhoon "whose song is this?" game.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: justasgoodasyou on September 02, 2010, 03:16:43 pm
I just tried this PPT game with my kids today and they loved it.
It works in a similar format to the bombs games.

Scoring is as followed:
If the group guesses the question correctly then the group gets one point. (eg. Whose sword is this?)
If they next guess the correct character in which the item belongs to they get another point. (eg. they guess Inuyasha "It's Inuyasha's")
Finally if they guess the correct response to the question they get another point(eg. Yes, it's mine.)
So the max points u can get per turn is 3

However i did have some trouble with controlling the PPT, i think its because I'm still not too familiar with making games on PPT >_<" so I'm sorry in advance.


thanks, justasgoodasyou! it looks like a great game! could you do me a favor, though, and tell me the names of the correct cartoon characters? i know the common ones (i.e. mickey, minnie, spongebob), but have no idea who the japanese anime guys are. i appreciate all your help!

Hehehehe... you will surprise your kids, if they knew u knew these characters ^_^

urm... i used 'Light' and 'L' from 'Death Note',
there is also 'Naruto', 'Susake',  the girl is 'Sakura' and 'Gaara' from 'Naruto'
'Inuyasha' is the character in red with dog ears and the sword
'Zzanggu' is the little boy with the white dog
'Luffy' is the guy with the straw hat from 'One piece'
'Doraemon' is the blue cat with no ears
'Goku' is the character with golden, spiked up hair, from 'Dragon ball Z'

I believe that is all the anime characters i used in the PPT. i have also given u the anime that they are from just incase i confused you.... which i hoped i didnt >_<"

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: melissah on September 03, 2010, 08:29:17 am
I just want to say thanks! I'm just finishing up my first week in Daejeon and was putting things together, came across this site and am feeling so INSPIRED!!! Hopefully, it won't be long and I can contribute some things here and there. Thanks for all the ideas, ppts, and such - yay for "Whose Boat is it?"!!!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: sbbaas on September 03, 2010, 08:40:55 am
I can't take credit for making these, but I found them on the mediafire site.  The first is a story, "Whose Dung is This?" The Second is a Snakes and Ladders game.

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: melissah on September 03, 2010, 02:12:26 pm
This is my attempt to be a contributing member to waygook.org

I've been in the Korean classroom for ONE whopping week -- can't read Korean, therefore can't function on PPT and...not so sure how much creativity I can really use in the lessons - trying to get a feel/in the groove w/ the ct.

Maybe you're in the same boat...and this lesson will therefore fit your needs - super simple slides, etc.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: gsjones on September 06, 2010, 01:03:42 pm
Here is a 15 minute guessing name I made including Korean celebrities. The kids went crazy over this.

- Students are divided into groups of 4-6 people.
- Each group is given a mini white board, board marker and eraser
- The teacher will reveal an image showing only part of a Korean celebrity
- Students repeat the question (Who's ____ is this?)
- Students have two guesses. Students should write 1 (Guess one) and their main guess. Then 2 (guess two) with their second choice
- Teacher reveals celebrity.
- If students guess correctly on their first turn then they receive 5 points. If they guess correctly on their second choice then they get 3 points.
- The team with the most points in the end wins.

P.S: One slide includes an Image of me and a Korean celebrity. His name is Son Ho Young and he used to be a member of JYP's 'G.O.D'

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: ucla_all_the_way on September 06, 2010, 01:13:43 pm
It's about time I gave back to the waygook community...

I just finished teaching period 2.  There was an excellent song quiz PPT that was uploaded, but unfortunately it was only of American music.  Instead I added 2 modern pop songs that the kids would know and 2 popular songs from the 90s.  My 5th grade co-teachers were laughing when they heard the songs from the 90s (They were in elementary school when they came out).

For the korean music, I don't know how to make a .wav file and insert it into the ppt so instead I just uploaded the songs.

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: timcity on September 06, 2010, 01:29:33 pm
Have the students practice the dialogue and take volunteers to read it aloud.  After a few students volunteer, move to the next page.  Take more volunteers, move to the next page....This exercise teaches kids useful memorization techniques and it gets them speaking English!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: gsjones on September 06, 2010, 05:27:32 pm
BOMB GAME:

THE KIDS LOVED THIS.

The game is entirely self explanatory.
- Press the play button to play a sample of the song
- Click again to reveal an image of the group
- Click again to reveal the name of the group
- Click again to reveal the amounts of points won
- Click home to navigate back to the home menu

(You will have to write 1-20 on the board so students know what numbers are left to choose)

I took this presentation from jschering. I take no credit for the musicla content. Only the design)

Hope you enjoy it
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: gsjones on September 06, 2010, 08:59:20 pm
Whose is THIS/THAT - are THESE/THOSE PPT

A simple Presentation identifying.
- Singular: This / That
- Plural: These / Those
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: panda on September 06, 2010, 09:58:01 pm
BOMB GAME:

THE KIDS LOVED THIS.

The game is entirely self explanatory.
- Press the play button to play a sample of the song
- Click again to reveal an image of the group
- Click again to reveal the name of the group
- Click again to reveal the amounts of points won
- Click home to navigate back to the home menu

(You will have to write 1-20 on the board so students know what numbers are left to choose)

I took this presentation from jschering. I take no credit for the musicla content. Only the design)

Hope you enjoy it

So pretty. I updated it a little. Basically I used mp3s instead of wav files as 45mb was kinda ridiculously big. I cut it down to 13MB and don't have the time to cut it down any further. It wouldn't be too hard as your 3000x2225 res images are possibly slight overkill unless you're showing this on a projector that displays at higher than 1080p resolution! Having said that, as I mentioned before it is so pretty!

In the future people should follow the very simple steps at http://www.pptalchemy.co.uk/embed_mp3.html to trick powerpoint in to accepting mp3s instead of wavs. The one downside is that it may not work on a mac but then I've not seen a mac in a school. I guess if you're using your own Macbook then it's not a good idea but otherwise it makes the files much smaller.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: junkymia on September 07, 2010, 12:01:58 am
Last year I used the rap song from NAS "It's Yours".  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn8shxfMriI

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: cad123 on September 07, 2010, 11:45:45 am
i used this game today the kids enjoyed it, nothing new here, but maybe it will save somebody some time.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: SoKo on September 07, 2010, 12:53:30 pm
I used the 'whose song is this' ppt today.

Just wanna say thanks to those who came up with the idea, my students and co-teacher loved it :)

Thank you so much.

I <3 this site!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: s0nflwr on September 07, 2010, 01:39:36 pm
@panda..

AMAZING! with the mp3 and the pictures are awesome..
I'm still new at trying to learn all the neat tricks to powerpoint, but I was wondering, how did you embed the picture and song together?? i've been trying to figure it out and for the life of me am clueless!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: danerdman1234 on September 07, 2010, 01:45:04 pm
Quote
So pretty. I updated it a little. Basically I used mp3s instead of wav files as 45mb was kinda ridiculously big. I cut it down to 13MB and don't have the time to cut it down any further. It wouldn't be too hard as your 3000x2225 res images are possibly slight overkill unless you're showing this on a projector that displays at higher than 1080p resolution! Having said that, as I mentioned before it is so pretty!

In the future people should follow the very simple steps at http://www.pptalchemy.co.uk/embed_mp3.html to trick powerpoint in to accepting mp3s instead of wavs. The one downside is that it may not work on a mac but then I've not seen a mac in a school. I guess if you're using your own Macbook then it's not a good idea but otherwise it makes the files much smaller.

When I downloaded your version, all but three of the links from the numbers to the songs didn't work.  The one I've uploaded, I did in a hurry so the numbers don't match formatting wise (for some reason the links that originally worked failed to work after I redid all of the links so I just grabbed three new number images). All of the links work and the numbers are set to dissolve away after being picked. 

I also removed the bomb screen and the bomb point system and made each question worth five points.  Teams could spend one point for each repetition of the song they needed, or three points to look at the picture of the band.  Misspellings also cost them a point so teams coud get 1-5 points depending on how well they knew the song.
Thanks to the original creator for this powerpoint and the revisor for the link on how to get ppt to embed mp3s.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: teacherjenni on September 07, 2010, 02:16:12 pm
I used the 'whose song is this' ppt today.

Just wanna say thanks to those who came up with the idea, my students and co-teacher loved it :)

Thank you so much.

I <3 this site!

LIKEWISE! This site is great...soooo much help. Also, my students loved doing this game
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: ValCavazos on September 07, 2010, 02:47:52 pm
Here's an illustrative PPT, a grid-based bomb game and a fill-in-the-dialog worksheet. You'll have to change the picture in the PPT :)

Hey Gillod! Where'd you get that comic for the dialog? Do you have more for the other lessons? Thanks!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: teacherjenni on September 08, 2010, 09:39:03 am
A game I played today in class that my kids loved:

I brought a bag (black so they could not see in it, but any color will do) and had everyone in the class put in one item of theirs. Then I pulled out the first item and asked different students "Is this yours?" and they had to answer "Yes, it's mine." or "No, it's not mine." After I found the person it belonged to, I gave them the bag and he/she had to pull out one item and ask whose item. To keep it quick, I played a timer for 20seconds. If they did not find the owner in that time, the owner had to come forward and say the item was theirs. This was great because everyone got a turn to practice.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: cathycat on September 08, 2010, 01:33:25 pm
Thanks for the Kara song idea.^^  This video has larger subtitles.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMSMiL7tSNk

I just played it at the beginning of my lesson and asked them what English words they heard related to our lesson.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: Beki on September 08, 2010, 01:41:38 pm
Thanks for the black bag game idea...I was scratching my head for one when I across yours!  Love it and hope my kids will too!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: jinfang520 on September 09, 2010, 10:29:41 am
I used the 'whose song' ppt yesterday, and classes were AWESOME! The kids loved the ppt!! Thank you for sharing!!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: krnpowr on September 09, 2010, 10:39:13 am
BOMB GAME:

THE KIDS LOVED THIS.

The game is entirely self explanatory.
- Press the play button to play a sample of the song
- Click again to reveal an image of the group
- Click again to reveal the name of the group
- Click again to reveal the amounts of points won
- Click home to navigate back to the home menu

(You will have to write 1-20 on the board so students know what numbers are left to choose)

I took this presentation from jschering. I take no credit for the musicla content. Only the design)

Hope you enjoy it

So pretty. I updated it a little. Basically I used mp3s instead of wav files as 45mb was kinda ridiculously big. I cut it down to 13MB and don't have the time to cut it down any further. It wouldn't be too hard as your 3000x2225 res images are possibly slight overkill unless you're showing this on a projector that displays at higher than 1080p resolution! Having said that, as I mentioned before it is so pretty!

In the future people should follow the very simple steps at http://www.pptalchemy.co.uk/embed_mp3.html to trick powerpoint in to accepting mp3s instead of wavs. The one downside is that it may not work on a mac but then I've not seen a mac in a school. I guess if you're using your own Macbook then it's not a good idea but otherwise it makes the files much smaller.

Loses on the first slide is misspelled.  It should be "loses", not "looses".
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: allansuwon on September 09, 2010, 01:15:43 pm
Hi, my first submission.
 Accompanying the PPT file is the story book file I made.  It's not exactly like the story, but 95% good.

Just cut the bracket line ONLY.  Then fold it, should have a diamond shape hole and try to line everything up with the first page (title and name).

Total time spent on story time reading and book was 25 minutes.  Kids stayed an extra 5 minutes to finished it, wouldn't leave.  Good lesson i guess.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: MagicCoconut on September 09, 2010, 03:29:48 pm
Might be a bit late for some people, but here is a simple review worksheet I knocked up. Nothing fancy, just to the point!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: melissah on September 10, 2010, 12:36:12 pm
My CT requested a reading and writing activity for the 3rd period of Lesson 9.

Here are two ppt's I created for them:

Around the World - One student stands behind another - first to correctly read the word on the board proceeds and stands behind the next student, game continues as long as you need it to... ;D

Write it Down - I tried to make an activity that would give some help to lower level students but hopefully also encourage higher level students to really think about what they know.

I figure, if they finish all of this plus the other pieces of the lesson then they earn the Kara video and they can pick out the key phrase - no problem!

Important Note:
I do all my PPT's in google docs so the youtube videos don't seem to be actually embeded once I download the lesson on to the desktop and rather they act as a link...so, sorry. I'm still not too hot on ppt (as you'll soon find out).

Best of teaching luck!
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: ucla_all_the_way on September 12, 2010, 08:30:55 pm
Here is a 15 minute guessing name I made including Korean celebrities. The kids went crazy over this.

- Students are divided into groups of 4-6 people.
- Each group is given a mini white board, board marker and eraser
- The teacher will reveal an image showing only part of a Korean celebrity
- Students repeat the question (Who's ____ is this?)
- Students have two guesses. Students should write 1 (Guess one) and their main guess. Then 2 (guess two) with their second choice
- Teacher reveals celebrity.
- If students guess correctly on their first turn then they receive 5 points. If they guess correctly on their second choice then they get 3 points.
- The team with the most points in the end wins.

P.S: One slide includes an Image of me and a Korean celebrity. His name is Son Ho Young and he used to be a member of JYP's 'G.O.D'

wow you really know your korean celebrities.  Great picture editing.  did you use photoshop?
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: rainesbaines on September 13, 2010, 08:52:14 am
here are some instructions for the 'items in a bag' game that teacherjenni mentioned above.  would be helpful for introducing the game.

also, i'm attaching the 'whose song is this?' game that danerdman1234 last posted (it worked!), but with traditional points/red bomb/black bomb/thief bomb game format.

kids loved it.  also, one bomb game tip--start out with three points for each team so there's always something to lose.  :D
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: melissah on September 14, 2010, 01:34:41 pm
For Reading our students played this game of Around the World. They did well - I should have mixed the words up more - they started to memorize the order...I figured as much.  Anyway - if you haven't gotten to period 3 or need an idea of one more game/a easy and fun reading activity - check it out!
Title: grade 5 lesson 9 "whose boat is this?"
Post by: whistle on September 14, 2010, 02:39:57 pm
Pronouns and a song to the tune of "bingo" 
adapted from the utube pronoun video. 
Title: Whose boat is this? - comprehensive typhoon game
Post by: wajowens on September 15, 2010, 01:16:00 pm
This typhoon game is adapted from a really nice template I found on here.

The slide at the end was written up on the board throughout, and I'd drilled it previously - it's only in this ppt for teacher reference.

This game's designed to practise both the formation of the question AND the response. They haven't learnt possessive pronoouns before which is why they need to be up on the board; I've varied them as much as possible through the game to make sure the full range is included.

I tried to include plurals as well (whose dogs are these?) - but it ended up with me drilling the verb "to be" along with "this / that / these / those" from scratch, as apparently "they don't learn plurals of verbs until middle school".

Thanks again to the creator of the template.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: kimjoohui on September 15, 2010, 02:42:28 pm
the "whose song" bomb game looks awesome! thanks for sharing it! :)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: gsjones on September 16, 2010, 08:01:05 am
Here is a 15 minute guessing name I made including Korean celebrities. The kids went crazy over this.

- Students are divided into groups of 4-6 people.
- Each group is given a mini white board, board marker and eraser
- The teacher will reveal an image showing only part of a Korean celebrity
- Students repeat the question (Who's ____ is this?)
- Students have two guesses. Students should write 1 (Guess one) and their main guess. Then 2 (guess two) with their second choice
- Teacher reveals celebrity.
- If students guess correctly on their first turn then they receive 5 points. If they guess correctly on their second choice then they get 3 points.
- The team with the most points in the end wins.

P.S: One slide includes an Image of me and a Korean celebrity. His name is Son Ho Young and he used to be a member of JYP's 'G.O.D'

wow you really know your korean celebrities.  Great picture editing.  did you use photoshop?

Yeah. I use Photoshop for the majority of my PPT's, worksheets, games and wall presentations. Although the kids really don't care about the graphics it definitely wins points with the teacher and school.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: cgreen on September 16, 2010, 10:20:01 am
This can be used as a warm-up or modify it to be an activity.

Have them watch the video "Three For Breakfast" starring Donald Duck and Chip and Dale.  Let them know ahead of time, what items to pay attention to and who the characters are.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mRMUkS6psk&feature=more_related

After viewing the video, show the PPT and have them answer the questions.

Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: jcabrera5 on September 17, 2010, 01:45:10 pm
Here's a Powerpoint presentation I prepared for G5L9P2 Practice part.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: Yosu Tiger on October 06, 2010, 01:33:45 pm
Hello everyone,

There is so much great material on this site, it is a godsend.  Just wanted to let you know about a link which is great for making your own puzzles.  If your class were learning a specific theme or lesson then it could be really useful so enjoy....

http://puzzlemaker.discoveryeducation.com/
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: anigerla on October 08, 2010, 01:36:23 pm
I used someone's earlier PPT from this topic as a basis (I can't remember whose, sorry :( ) and added some more slides.
Title: 5th grade lesson 9 and 10 review game
Post by: jhabuki on November 01, 2010, 12:25:04 pm
Here is a game for 5th grade lesson 9 and lesson 10 it's combined.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Amy Rodulfo on March 12, 2011, 11:52:11 am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxrJI_Tna8&feature=related
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Amy Rodulfo on March 16, 2011, 06:34:46 pm
A cartoon Gogo video to teach "whose (...) is this?"
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: leerose on April 07, 2011, 08:40:17 am
Here's a PowerPoint to practice possessive pronouns.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: rachell on April 08, 2011, 12:00:20 pm
Here's a ladder game with Korean celebrities pictures to practice "Whose .... is this?"
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: broken_mess on April 11, 2011, 07:56:03 am
Blazing pens game.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 3 - It's Under the Table (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: kdmoana on April 11, 2011, 07:44:13 pm
heres a link for a yours and mine song from all dogs go to heaven:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-g710mN4YNw
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: gentlefox31 on April 13, 2011, 04:56:02 am
Hey guys

This is the powerpoint I used to introduce the vocabulary.  After I showed them this powerpoint I went around the class picking up a student's pencil case and asked the class "whose pencil case is this?" Then asked asked other students, "is this yours?" where the student respond, "yes, it's mine" or "no, it's not mine"

We finished off the class with a card matching activity using the cards from the text book.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: gaewoong on April 13, 2011, 03:55:08 pm
Here is a "Whose Is This?" guessing game PPT. I used it as a warm-up with my students for period 2, and they loved trying to guess whose it was. It uses the following key expressions:

"Whose ______ is this?"
"It's _______'s."
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: cottonsocks on April 14, 2011, 10:34:43 am
Hi all,
This is a ppt for lesson 9, 5th grade.

Kind regards
CS
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: LB on April 20, 2011, 01:02:33 pm
This PPT could be used as a game or just as a speaking activity.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: plaguemonkey on April 22, 2011, 08:29:02 am
Textbook images for lesson 9
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: smmak22 on June 16, 2011, 11:45:57 am
Here is a vocab worksheet. The answers are on the second page  :)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: Juvy23 on June 21, 2011, 10:42:51 am
does anyone know how to shorten the length of the song clips in the 'Whose song is this?' game.

My students got all of the right and I'd like to make it harder by making the clips only a couple seconds long.

Thanks, great game.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: conorsean on June 29, 2011, 08:13:37 am
Wordsearch for Grade 5, lesson 9 - Whose boat is this?
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: s2age on July 04, 2011, 12:15:31 pm
Just a short ppt showing when to use mine/yours/his/hers vs. my/your/his/her ____.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: azjgf on July 04, 2011, 02:17:20 pm
Hey there everyone.

I make these for each chapter and will try and get all of them posted. I go over the new vocabulary for each chapter with the children. They write the Korean underneath each word and then glue this into their English notebooks. They fill in the blanks for the Look and Listen. For homework they have to write 10 of the words three times each in both English and Korean.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: azjgf on July 04, 2011, 02:19:44 pm
Here is the dialogue that they need to fill in for the Listen and Speak section. I have them fill this out, glue it into their English notebooks and then practice the dialogues with a friend. They have to memorize one and then perform it for me.
Title: 5th grade ch. 9 Whose card game is this?
Post by: Bobby on July 05, 2011, 02:24:30 pm
Here is a card game that is for 5th grade ch. 9 Whose Boat Is This?

Rules:  The rules are the same as "Go Fish."

Materials: A deck of playing cards and the ppt (one deck of cards for a group of 4-7 students)

The game is easy but the rules may need some translation from your co-teacher.  Be sure to show your co-teacher how to play in advance.
Title: 5th grade ch 9 worksheet
Post by: Bobby on July 05, 2011, 02:56:27 pm
This is a Picture worksheet for 5th Grade Ch. 9

Students should look at the picture and complete the missing questions and answers.

Students will then work with a partner.  Each student will draw the new listed items in the worksheet's picture.  Students will learn about their partner's picture and discover who is the owner of the new items.  Students will ask their partners "whose ______ is this?"  Their partner will say "it's ______'s _________."  The student will then write the owner's name on his/her worksheet.

Materials:  Worksheet and ppt ( the answers are on the second slide)
Title: 5th grade ch.9 whose bomb game is this?
Post by: Bobby on July 05, 2011, 03:04:19 pm
This is a short bomb game.  It is good for reviewing at the end of the lesson.
Title: 5th grade ch. 9 warm-up memory game
Post by: Bobby on July 05, 2011, 03:28:54 pm
Students must memorize objects and their owners.  Students will say the question together.  And then they must guess who is the owner by saying "it's _____'s _______."
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Sunnas on July 06, 2011, 10:25:11 am
Here is a betting game to play for "Yours or Mine". 
Break class up into teams.  Each team gets 20 points to start out with.  They must look at the picture on the screen and decide whether the object is YOURS or MINE and bet some of their points on their answer.
Write each teams answer and bets on the board.  Once everyone has completed the bet, show them the answer.

The team who guessed correctly doubles their betted points and it gets added to their total.
If a team guessed incorrectly, they lose the points they betted and it gets taken off their total score.

Team with the most points in the end is the winner.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: DisplayName001 on July 08, 2011, 08:53:37 am
A game I played today in class that my kids loved:

I brought a bag (black so they could not see in it, but any color will do) and had everyone in the class put in one item of theirs. Then I pulled out the first item and asked different students "Is this yours?" and they had to answer "Yes, it's mine." or "No, it's not mine." After I found the person it belonged to, I gave them the bag and he/she had to pull out one item and ask whose item. To keep it quick, I played a timer for 20seconds. If they did not find the owner in that time, the owner had to come forward and say the item was theirs. This was great because everyone got a turn to practice.

Thanks a lot for this game! Always looking for something new to do with my kids! Yes, I'm only on this lesson. haha.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mkarlin on July 10, 2011, 02:18:31 pm
Here's the kimchi bandit 3!  Along with a worksheet for 5th grade (and we included 6th grade key expressions this time too, which we really should have done the whole time... oh well!)  It's 20 minutes long, so... makes for an easy week!  Also the worksheets have answer keys this time around...

http://vimeo.com/26219948
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Tiara on July 11, 2011, 08:43:47 am
Are there any materials (ppt.) for Period 5 Story Time?
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: gotulast on July 11, 2011, 09:38:39 am
I know nobody is upto here yet but another gem of a video for future reference :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Ej94mB76XM


and some more youtube. great little introduction to your class while they're getting seated.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBxFY4X8ObI&feature=related
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: 콜린 on July 11, 2011, 09:47:59 am
'Whose food is this' review and handout (attached in file).
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: skofeteacher on July 11, 2011, 02:13:43 pm
Here's the kimchi bandit 3!  Along with a worksheet for 5th grade (and we included 6th grade key expressions this time too, which we really should have done the whole time... oh well!)  It's 20 minutes long, so... makes for an easy week!  Also the worksheets have answer keys this time around...

http://vimeo.com/26219948

I.... don't know what to say... I'm in tears over here... The epicness is overwhelming.... I never thought... but it did... It got better... and better.... unbelievable...  10/10...5 stars...  loved the star wars reference near the end....
Also, I found this episode's misspelled word... Do I win a candy?
Effing wikkid job, all of u... Suwon gives you a huge pat on the back   :D
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Jackienoona on July 12, 2011, 09:17:45 am
Has the Lesson 9 - teachers guide been posted yet? I can't seem to find. it.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: rachel56 on July 13, 2011, 07:01:34 pm
Here is a 15 minute guessing name I made including Korean celebrities. The kids went crazy over this.

- Students are divided into groups of 4-6 people.
- Each group is given a mini white board, board marker and eraser
- The teacher will reveal an image showing only part of a Korean celebrity
- Students repeat the question (Who's ____ is this?)
- Students have two guesses. Students should write 1 (Guess one) and their main guess. Then 2 (guess two) with their second choice
- Teacher reveals celebrity.
- If students guess correctly on their first turn then they receive 5 points. If they guess correctly on their second choice then they get 3 points.
- The team with the most points in the end wins.

P.S: One slide includes an Image of me and a Korean celebrity. His name is Son Ho Young and he used to be a member of JYP's 'G.O.D'

This worked really well. Thanks for making it. The kids like it a lot.  :)
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: rachel56 on July 13, 2011, 07:19:22 pm
BOMB GAME:

THE KIDS LOVED THIS.

The game is entirely self explanatory.
- Press the play button to play a sample of the song
- Click again to reveal an image of the group
- Click again to reveal the name of the group
- Click again to reveal the amounts of points won
- Click home to navigate back to the home menu

(You will have to write 1-20 on the board so students know what numbers are left to choose)

I took this presentation from jschering. I take no credit for the musicla content. Only the design)

Hope you enjoy it

Just a quick note about this ppt. Most of the Kpop songs are kinda old; 1-4 years old.  The kids will probably know them but I just wanted to let those who don't know a lot about Kpop know that there are no recent songs.  Also, one of the slides is of MC Mong and right now he is not very popular because he is going to jail for draft dodging. 

Still an excellent ppt! :)
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: foreverJ on July 19, 2011, 08:06:37 pm
I will use the 'whose song is this' ppt. I used it last year with 5th graders, and they knew all the answers, and sang along.
Before the game, I will show the ppt attatched, to explain the sentence structure in a fun way.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jhuttir on August 22, 2011, 02:49:11 pm
Here is a little worksheet I created for the first class (two per page). 

Students must fill in the sheet as the PPT is explained in class.  This PPT is one that I've slightly modified from the one I found last year.

Example:

내 것/ 내 배 --> mine / my boat

I hope it helps.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: village_idiot77 on August 22, 2011, 02:55:26 pm
edited a pirate bomb game for this lesson. enjoy
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Nina on August 24, 2011, 12:22:53 pm
Here is another version of the Guess the Singer game. I've updated it with newer K-pop songs and it focuses on only two phrases: "That's mine" and "That's not mine" (I'm using this for unit 1).

Students are divided into groups and listen to the music clip. They take turns picking a letter on the page, which reveals the name of a singer. Their group must answer "That's mine" or "That's not mine" depending on the singer they picked. If you click on the green box with the artist's name, the correct answer will appear. They get one point if they answer correctly or two points if they pick the right singer and answer correctly. I've embedded the music into the powerpoint, but let me know if it's not working for you, and I can send you the music clips.

Featuring (these are also the order of the songs in the ppt):
1. 2NE1 - I am the best
2. 2PM - Hands up
3. 4Minute - Heart to Heart
4. 10CM - Americano
5. BoA - Hurricane Venus
6. f(x) - Hot Summer
7. IU - Good Day
8. Miss A - Bad Girl, Good Girl
9. Secret - Starlight, Moonlight
10. SHINee - Hello
11. Sistar19 - Ma Boy
12. Super Junior - Mr. Simple
13. T-ara - Roly Poly
14. B2ST - On Rainy Days
15. Wonder Girls - Nobody
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: MelKorea on August 25, 2011, 08:21:24 am
Hey Guys,

A really simple but fun game that I like to use for this lesson:

As the kids are coming in the door have them put one school supply item of theirs into a basket.
Divide the kids up into 4 or 5 teams.
Have one team come to the front and choose one item from the basket without looking.
Set the online bomb timer for 1 or two minutes.
Have the students go around the room asking the other students. Is this your pencil case? etc.
Students must answer, Yes that's mine. Or, No that's not mine.
The team to find all the owners of the items before the time runs out is the winner.

Here is a link for a good bomb timer. Just put it up on the TV screen.

http://www.online-stopwatch.com/bomb-countdown/full-screen/
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: casedog15 on August 25, 2011, 09:18:11 am
Intro to Lesson 9:  For the Slam Game, print out the last page.  Give one sheet to each pair.   If you have any questions about the rules, please ask!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: angel_kaye13 on August 25, 2011, 02:38:22 pm
A "Sparkle" game I like to do with my kids. Originally a spelling game, but I made this ppt as a "sentence" version of the game. It should be self-explanatory, but if there are any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

The game focuses on the following key sentences:

Trying this tomorrow, my kids USUALLY like this game...but having them think on their own/make the sentence themselves? Not sure how this will fare/if it will flop. Hope it can maybe prove a useful tool, however. ^^
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: JC49 on August 25, 2011, 02:53:53 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxrJI_Tna8&feature=related

You tube song link___somebody coverted it to avi file on this thread already.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: moys on August 26, 2011, 09:41:13 am
I modified the "whose song is this?" typhoon game and added more of the target sentences from the unit.  I also updated some of the Kpop songs with newer ones.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Hoosier_Jedi on August 29, 2011, 11:07:17 am
I also recommend the puppy video.

Here's a PPT I made to practice the key sentence. Try to use a lot of fun/interesting pictures in my PPTs and this one went over pretty well.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: thewots on August 29, 2011, 12:54:27 pm
Just tried the Black Bag game with my kids, overall  it went pretty well, except that most students had to many similar items. It might be helpful to tell your students to bring in a special item that day for the activity.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jalbrto on August 29, 2011, 01:52:51 pm

I will be using the kimchi bandit video for a role play. I will do this for part 9.5. The video is really long. And while I am really tempted to show the entire thing. I will only be showing part of the video.

I will only show part of the video. 7:00- 9:15. Then I will hand out the sheet with the role play.

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: zongal2012 on August 29, 2011, 02:39:32 pm
Doremon bomb game
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: kjwhite86 on August 29, 2011, 02:42:20 pm
I found this ppt to be very helpful.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: tmmoe on August 29, 2011, 03:06:19 pm
Hello all,

For lesson nine, we decided to do the entire "Story Time - Hamin's Songpyeon" in one lesson instead of breaking it up between four lessons.  Attached is the powerpoint I made. It has the entire story, a break down of all four parts and the activities for each part.

Its simple but colorful and easy to change/edit.

Have fun :-)

Title: Whose Boat is This: Lesson 1 dialogue fill in the blanks PPD
Post by: skipping rocks on August 29, 2011, 04:45:54 pm
We enjoy using the dialogue as a memerization contest activity. I used to do it long hand on the board, but now I am going to try it as a PPD.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: aaronmayo09 on August 30, 2011, 07:39:02 am
A good warmup for this lesson is to put everyone's pencil case into a big bag and pull them out one-by-one and askthe students' "whose pencil case is this?"  and have the entire class say, "It's 누구's pencil case" and then ask 누구, "Is this your pencil case" and he/she should respond "Yes, it's mine."  The kids enjoy seeing their pencil case pulled out of a giant bag for some reason. 
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Plaswuff on August 30, 2011, 09:42:40 am
Hey,

Is anyone else having sound issues with the 'Guess the Song' games?

I click on the button to start the song playing, but nothing happens.

And yes, my speakers are turned on!

Any help would be appreciated, they look like fun.

Thanks.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: caesardust on August 30, 2011, 12:00:05 pm
I am using this main intro powerpoint over 2 lessons and have included the lesson plans and materials I will be using.  Hopefully it helps someone who needs something quicksmart.

Cheers! ;D
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: rockiavelli on August 30, 2011, 12:27:54 pm
This is the first public elementary lesson plan I've made.  Maybe it would be helpful for other people at poor schools with kids who have lower level english.

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: kgby143 on August 31, 2011, 08:22:08 am
I wanted to Thank Nina, ForeverJ, and Caesardust for the wonderful materials.
Its my first day to teach the 5th graders and had no idea how to create materials.
These are going to be really helpful!  ;D
Thank you once again! Great materials!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: luckiest42 on August 31, 2011, 08:32:27 am
The bomb game looks fun, but it seems like it is used a lot. Do the students get tired of it? I am coming in on the second semester so i don't really know what the teacher before me did, I want to try to keep it new for the students.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Wendel on August 31, 2011, 08:53:38 am
Here's a ppt to show the rules of the posessive s. I explained to the students that we are going to read a poem, and we read each slide a few times. After the first few slides, the students managed to memorise the poem and it was quite easy. Hope it helps.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Plaswuff on August 31, 2011, 10:42:40 am
Here's a worksheet to go with the Whose Dung is This? story.

It gets the kids to identify each dung, using the target language of the chapter.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: yjlove31 on August 31, 2011, 12:15:26 pm
Here's a worksheet for lesson 9.
It is quite simple. I use it for students' homework and  test materials.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Seoulteacher on August 31, 2011, 12:55:10 pm
LOVE the ppt (Whose song is this), Nina!! Good stuff :) Will use it tomorrow. Good idea about breaking them up in groups.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: JC49 on August 31, 2011, 01:19:30 pm
Here is a vocabulay pp t for the stort :Where is the Dung?
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: elaineccatgirl on August 31, 2011, 02:37:38 pm
does anyone know how to shorten the length of the song clips in the 'Whose song is this?' game.

My students got all of the right and I'd like to make it harder by making the clips only a couple seconds long.

Thanks, great game.

i know many people finished this lesson last semester but a quick fix to stopping the music on a powerpoint:

1. pick a shape, any shape
2. with the shape highlighted, go to insert > action
3. under action settings > mouse click, select 'play sound' > '[stop previous sound]' and 'highlight click' if you want
4. copy/paste this shape to all the slides

then when the song is playing, you can stop it at any time by clicking that shape.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: JC49 on August 31, 2011, 03:03:44 pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEm7xAirAzU

Another video on  possessive pronouns from GOGO'S ENGLISH
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: guapabuddha on August 31, 2011, 11:53:58 pm
An idea for a game I use was handing out to teams of 4 a menu food item. Then printing off a picture of that item. I chose one ss to be the waiter and they have to ask "Whose _______is this?". They hand out all the pictures to each team accordingly. Then I collect the pictures again. Another ss becomes the waiter and uses their memory and the phrase "Is this your __________?" and the ss reply, it's ours/it's mine and get points based on memory. It worked pretty well!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mackattack on September 01, 2011, 08:05:26 am
"Heads up, 7 up" ppt game explaination.  It's pretty self-explainatory and you can adjust it to your class level.  (For example, you could have the class say "That's her pencil" as a group, etc.)

I'll be honest, the black bag game is probably better for getting each kid to practice.  But in a class of 40, Heads up 7 up is an easy way to maintain order while keeping the kids engaged - i loved this game as a kid.  Just make sure you don't let the kids give their pencils to the same people over and over.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: cestaley on September 01, 2011, 09:54:34 am
Cheers for all these great ideas. I am definitely going to find them useful! I was also wondering if someone might explain how any type of bomb game works? Thanks!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: cgerdsen on September 01, 2011, 10:02:05 am
Powerpoints to accompany Look and Listen and Listen and Speak

Pass the ball game included to substitute for Let's Practice 1
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: adamzero on September 01, 2011, 10:47:45 am
Here's a worksheet to go with the Whose Dung is This? story.

It gets the kids to identify each dung, using the target language of the chapter.
Wow... I must be more conservative than I thought, because it seems like alot of teachers on this site feel it is professionally acceptable to spend a class talking about fecal matter (even when it is only tangentially related to the topic in the book).

I know kids love 'dung'/ '똥' humor, and it's good to make things your kids can relate to, but I don't agree with pandering to the lowest common denominator to get a laugh.  Young boys also love extreme, graphic violence... should we start showing 'Happy Tree Friends' and 'South Park' in class now, too?

I know... if I don't like what's here, I can ignore it and make something myself.  But if you start the semester (and, for many incoming GETs, your year) with 'Whose dung is this?', good luck getting your students to even remotely respect you as an adult or a teacher in the future.

EDIT: I asked my new co-teacher about this and, of course, she said "Oh, I used that last year!"  [Facepalm]  Oh, well.  I knew Korean standards of acceptible classroom material were different, but this one just strikes me as scatalogically gross.  I guess I'm just thinking from an American point of view- the principal would be getting some phonecalls from parents if an elementary school teacher in Ohio used 'Whose dung is this?'.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: dereklee003 on September 01, 2011, 12:30:18 pm
Remember Mad Libs? I made this for part 4 of lesson 9, but I think it could be applied anytime.

The first page is the story, the 2nd page are the words they can choose from. So one student reads the words from page 2, the the other student chooses which word they want, then the other student writes it down in the story on page 1.  After they finish, the can read the funny story together.
Title: Simple, clean review-sheet for Lesson 9
Post by: Jrong on September 01, 2011, 01:53:31 pm
Here's a "Review" worksheet I was asked to create for Lesson 9 (to be used as homework). I gave it a nice clean look since I feel that form is as important as function. The design's not anywhere near amazing but it's decent and at least it won't hurt my eyes when I hand these out.

Sections (A,B,C,D) get progressively "harder" (my students are low-level). I borrowed "B-2" from somewhere...enjoy.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: MrMaggot on September 01, 2011, 02:27:27 pm
Here's a worksheet for this lesson. The main focus of this worksheet is on the possessive pronouns.

If anyone has another worksheet for this lesson for the next period, I would greatly appreciate if you could post it on here as I'm in need of a good worksheet. It would be even better still if the worksheet focuses on this/that & these/those.

Many thanks...
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Paul on September 01, 2011, 04:17:47 pm
Word Search for Grade 5 Unit 9 Storytime

Introductory activity for Hamin's Songpyeong. Has a secret code for those who finish early in the leftover letters. I go through the word list first with the students and get them to underline/highlight each word in the passage too. Secret message is a recipe overview.

An equivalent activity exists for Grade 6 (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,945.msg149019.html#msg149019).

Edit: Typos in the romanisation fixed, reuploaded.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: carrie72 on September 01, 2011, 05:27:22 pm
That youtube video of the Korean man singing is hilarious!   Has anyone actually used it in class?  Do the kids like it?
Title: Re: Grade 5 Lesson 9
Post by: prospybite on September 02, 2011, 12:46:04 am
Hey guys, finally looking to give back:

For 9.2 instead of singing, i am planning on doing the powerpoint attached and instead of the guessing game i'm going to do the ghostbusters game attached

9.3 instead of look and listen i'm going to do pass the ball, but they have to pass it left and right and whatever row the ball lands on that entire row has to say what's on the screen. i made a pretty lazy version as you will see after downloading the 1st ppt, but you can easily add in a couple other pics.

also, for 9.3 game i'm going to have 6 groups. each group puts 2 items (erasers, pencils, etc) into a bag. 1 student chooses 1 item out of the bag and asks "is this yours" to 3 groups. if he gets it right on the 1st try-9 points, 2nd try-6 points, 3rd try-3 points


for 9.4 game i'm doing a very similar game where 1 person leaves the room and an object is given to 1 person. when he comes back in he says "is this yours" and the entire class says "no it isn't". the louder they say "no it isn't" the closer he is to finding the object. i usually time it and the fastest team wins.

Your ghostbuster game is so well constructed. My lesson went well! Thanks a lot! ^^
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: vbee on September 02, 2011, 08:19:59 am
I saw a posting regarding a game for 9.4, having one person leave the room and having them find the object. The finder have to ask the a person in the class "if this yours" and the class answer "no it isn't. " The louder the closer the person is to finding the person with the object.

I think this is a fun and interactive game for the whole class. I actually done a similiar version of this game in the classroom with preschoolers and they loved it.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mchau87 on September 02, 2011, 08:39:09 am
Here's a very memory game ppt for the writing portion of this unit. Students have to memorize what belongs to who for points and etc.
Title: grace 5 chapter 9 Body template
Post by: beatniik696 on September 02, 2011, 08:49:33 am
This template can be used for the exercise on page 111.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Zipfelmuetze on September 02, 2011, 12:48:07 pm
I took pictures of a few students at their desks in each of my classes.  Then I put those pictures in a power point with an arrow pointing at thier pencil, pencil case, book, notebook, or bottle.  When presenting the power point I ask them: "Whose pencil is this?" Then move to the slide with the picture -- They start laughing, because it's one of their classmates! -- Then I guide them to say "Its......so and so's pencil."
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: cloud on September 02, 2011, 02:52:19 pm
Out of the Box Game

HOW TO PLAY

* All students are instructed to bring a small item of their own to class.
* The teacher brings a box to put all the items in.

1) Students hold their items up, showing everyone what they brought (30sec - 1min)
2) Teacher walks to each group/team, and the students put their items in the box.
3) Teacher pulls an item out of the box, "Whose ______ is this?"
4) Teams take turns to guess whose item it is, "It's ________'s"
5) "Yes, It's mine"   "No, it's not mine."
       - correct guess +1 point    - incorrect guess -1 point
6) Student who owns the item comes to claim it, and pulls the next item out of the box, "Whose __ is this?"
7) Repeat until all items are claimed.

HOPE THIS HELPS


Josh Hallows 연광초 파이팅!
       

Title: "Whose is this?" - Possessives activity!
Post by: mshaasnspicey on September 02, 2011, 02:55:17 pm
I just made this word doc for a class on Thursday. I showed it to my head teacher and she thinks it will work very well!

I'm using it for 5th graders (mid to high level English).

The pictures can be swapped out for better quality ones or different occupations :)

Directions:
Materials needed: chalk, candy/reward, PEOPLE cards (6), & OBJECT cards (1).
Write down responses, including my phrase, on board.
Tell students directions: “Ok, class! Divide into 6 groups, please!” (Wait until they have done that and gain their attention). “Now I’m going to explain the rules of our activity! I am going to pass out 9 cards to each group. Each card has a different person on it doing a different job. For example: Pilot, Doctor, etc… Now I have 9 objects, each one goes with one of your people cards. What I want you to do, as a group, is when I say ‘Whose      is this?’ you will hold up the card with your answer on it. I will call on the first group that holds up their answer and they will tell me ‘It is the       ‘s.’. Each group that gets the answer right gets ONE point. The group that gets the answer first gets TWO points. (COMP CHECK) “Ok, who can tell me what you will have on your cards?” “What about my cards?” “Do you work in a group or individually?” “When I say ‘Whose BUS is this?’ what will your group do?” “What about if I say ‘Whose GUITAR is this?’” “OK! Let’s get started!” Pass out the People cards and start the game!


Enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: melissah on September 02, 2011, 03:17:18 pm
Whiteboard writing activity to go with period 4 - uses the 4 sentences from teacher's guide (in case you co prefers such style) then two extra questions - one of which includes my name and face so perhaps you'd like to change it.

My co and I set it up as a partner activity. Each set has one whiteboard - they will take turns.
On whiteboard they will make a 'point square' to track their 'team' points.
On the PPT they will see some blanks - either for the question or the answer they should guess how to fill in the blanks - on student write the answer - count to three - students show answer and add points if they were correct. Change the writer.

Enjoy...
Title: Re: "Whose is this?" - Possessives activity!
Post by: matthewm12 on September 02, 2011, 03:33:58 pm
I've done something similar on a powerpoint by zooming in and limiting what they see of a picture initially. So for example they start by seeing only a red and gold superman symbol. I ask them who's S is this and let them guess a couple times before letting the slide zoom out to the full image of superman. This is more of a review activity opposed to the one posted previously that could be used in partners or groups.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: matthewm12 on September 02, 2011, 03:43:55 pm
Great idea on the Out of the Box game. My classes are very small (no more than 10 students) so they already knew which items belonged to who. I realize that them having this knowledge beforehand isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it can lead to them just memorizing and not being flexible with their language. My variation of this game was to put in many mystery items that they couldn't anticipate. Careful about bringing mystery items that they aren't familiar with.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: boysull on September 02, 2011, 03:51:22 pm
Adapted and expanded a Simpsons Vacation PPT from another thread to make a simple memory game for the 5th Graders.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Paul on September 02, 2011, 05:14:12 pm
Tactical Tic-Tac-Toe Gameboard

Target language for this game is "Is this your [._.]?" and clarifying statements. There's a similar activity up over here (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,15975.msg150005.html#msg150005) more akin to Battleships/Cluedo. However, that game is a little too similar to the one I'll be popping up next week to review pronouns and possessives, hence this gameboard.

Vocabulary items used are: pencil, notebook, pencilcase, rabbit, puppy, kitten, airplane, island, planet.

Print one copy between two students. It is a pair activity.

To play, students take turns asking and answering the question (target language is marked on the worksheet). Player 1's statement determines the row, and Player 2's response determines the column. Player 2 then puts their mark in the intersection of these items. Three in a row wins.

Edit: Reuploaded with the original file lest you want to play with the TL a bit. The book varies their constructions a lot, so choose what you wish.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Zipfelmuetze on September 03, 2011, 09:33:19 pm
I made a simple board game and included a picture of me and of my co-teacher so that the students could have a laugh.
I got the idea from the Snakes n' Ladders game.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: SUNMI on September 04, 2011, 02:59:24 pm
Here is another version of the Guess the Singer game. I've updated it with newer K-pop songs and it focuses on only two phrases: "That's mine" and "That's not mine" (I'm using this for unit 1).

Students are divided into groups and listen to the music clip. They take turns picking a letter on the page, which reveals the name of a singer. Their group must answer "That's mine" or "That's not mine" depending on the singer they picked. If you click on the green box with the artist's name, the correct answer will appear. They get one point if they answer correctly or two points if they pick the right singer and answer correctly. I've embedded the music into the powerpoint, but let me know if it's not working for you, and I can send you the music clips.

Featuring (these are also the order of the songs in the ppt):
1. 2NE1 - I am the best
2. 2PM - Hands up
3. 4Minute - Heart to Heart
4. 10CM - Americano
5. BoA - Hurricane Venus
6. f(x) - Hot Summer
7. IU - Good Day
8. Miss A - Bad Girl, Good Girl
9. Secret - Starlight, Moonlight
10. SHINee - Hello
11. Sistar19 - Ma Boy
12. Super Junior - Mr. Simple
13. T-ara - Roly Poly
14. B2ST - On Rainy Days
15. Wonder Girls - Nobody
:o that's amazing! thx alot!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: adamteacher on September 04, 2011, 03:33:56 pm
My co-teacher has given me power points of a ghost buster game but there are instructions to go along with it.  Does anyone know how to play this game?
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: h3song on September 04, 2011, 07:52:49 pm
 :) i love the youtube video on whose boat is this?!!!
its so funny yet! very appropriate for my students! my kids will love it! thanks alot!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: rjtkoh on September 04, 2011, 08:33:42 pm
How well has everyone's classes responded to the Whose boat is this song? I am really reluctant to do it..or any song for that matter.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: elevatorup on September 04, 2011, 08:56:59 pm
the whose song is this activity went really well with some of my classes (usually the larger ones). I had one class of students who totally rebelled against this game though. the boys were so mad and angry and refused to play because they said it was a "girls" game. just be sure to have another game on hand to practice the vocab.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: switkin on September 05, 2011, 09:40:28 am
I think the students will really love the school house rock! I used to love that as a kid. Thanks for posting it.


Edit* School house rock was WAYYY to fast for my 5th graders.
Title: "Whose boat is this?" - Grade 5 (PPT Review)
Post by: mshaasnspicey on September 05, 2011, 01:07:04 pm
This is a ppt I made for the lesson "whose boat is this?" for  5th grade.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: liberdadesk on September 05, 2011, 03:05:57 pm
I think the students will really love the school house rock! I used to love that as a kid. Thanks for posting it.


Edit* School house rock was WAYYY to fast for my 5th graders.

Here are the first two lessons for unit 9.  I hope they are useful for someone!

Here are lessons 3-6 for unit 9.  Again, hope they can be of use!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: maettsook on September 05, 2011, 03:07:03 pm
I've butchered and stitched together other peoples bomb games and Nina's updated K-pop game to make a bog standard bomb game. Hope it's of use, tested it on 6th graders and they loved it.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jurassic82 on September 05, 2011, 03:10:21 pm
Here is the EBS video related to the lesson. The students really liked it and it worked as a good warm up before getting into the text.  :P

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jkim7609 on September 05, 2011, 06:20:14 pm
Last year I did this lesson wti hwhose song is this? But this year witha  new co teacher, I have to contain whats in the book.
I already taught then its your, it's not mine. I am on my 3rd or 4th period. I am going to teach about no, it isn't. It's hers. I taught that little bit before class ended. If you have any pointers let me know.
Any types of games
How about stand up seven up game. If you were going to play that game, how would you explain it? My co teacher is a difficult person.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: chocha on September 06, 2011, 08:29:10 am
this is a powerpoint game i made that links professions with materials. :)
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: kirstenw on September 06, 2011, 10:30:58 am
those 'whose song is this' powerpoints are both brilliant.
just a quick note: check them before you use them, it's not a big deal but 4minute is spelt wrong at one point and i would suggest changing the black eyed peas photo..  in the current one fergie has a lot of cleavage out which is something we might not noticed but the kids do..  definitely change the one of rhianna

thanks for all the posts, perfectly happy to have one less powerpoint to make

and if you want to play heads down thumbs up here's a powerpoint (i stole it and modified it slightly from some else who posted it in 4th grade lessons)..  it explains it pretty well but uses "is this yours?"  - easy to change though...
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Paul on September 06, 2011, 12:53:47 pm
They're back!

Sentence Search Worksheet for Whose Boat is This?

If the worksheet looks dull and dry, its because I hate finding clipart so just scribbled some hint pictures around the edge and in the gaps prior to photocopying. Basic premise is that there are some sentences (5 to be precise) hidden in the grid, and they're arranged head-to-tail, weaving about like a little snake. As this particular snake does not loop back on itself in a circle, I've noted the start and end points. Students find and circle the sentences and transcribe them down using proper punctuation. The sentences form somewhat of a conversation. Naturally with any such wordsearch or crossword style worksheet, student completion times vary significantly, so there is a bonus utilising the spare letters as padding. Contains the word purple which I find students often cannot spell. Perhaps write it on the corner of the whiteboard discreetly prior to handing out the page.

The bonus secret message utilising the spare letters is read L->R, T->B.

Equivalent worksheets exist for Grade 6, Unit 9 as well as roughly half of the remaining topics for the 2011 school year (from 2010).
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Paul on September 06, 2011, 01:34:03 pm
I need game ideas for this lesson..something to allow students to practice mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs.  Thanks.

As this is beyond the scope of the book (oddly enough), we're going to be teaching it at the end.

Attached is a Battleships Gameboard.

Has the students practice all the above language and also match them up in pairs (ie: Is this our ['-']? -> Yes, it's ours. / No, it isn't.) The reason for only reiterating the question in case of the less common positive response is to keep the students on their toes and prevent them from getting lazy, burning out and dropping down to just Yes and No. The gameboard is 6x5 and entirely Star Wars themed. Yes, I had more fun than adult should making it.

Print one page per student, but they play in pairs. It is best to have the students all fold their boards in half (the lower half of the board is kept hidden) and then hide their fleet of spaceships together. Then once they do that, stress the importance of keeping the lower half secret and guide them through the steps by example.

It is recommended that you have your Korean co-teacher explain in Korea why "your [._.]" and "my [._.]" are muddled around (because you're speaking to each other) because it is likely different from what they'd have in their notes.

Two versions exist in the file. One has a humourous 5th piece of vocab, the other one is suitable for schools where family may be a sore point. A PPT version exists so you can demonstrate on the big screen, or just edit in your own vocab.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jaxlklug on September 06, 2011, 01:40:35 pm
My kids loved this ppt
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: obnavox3 on September 06, 2011, 01:41:02 pm
How I will play, I've got some classroom themed magnetic cards so I'm using those:   


        First, let’s look at these cards as I put them on the board.
   I will choose 2 students to come the board..
   Everyone else, heads down and thumbs up!
   The 2 students will quietly walk around the room and will touch your thumb and give one card to you.
   After that, the 2 students come back to the front.
   I will say, “HEADS UP SEVEN UP!”
   The students that had their thumbs touched and received cards must guess who touched their thumb.
   For example, Ji-won:“Minhee, is this your pencil?
        Minhee: No, it’s not mine.
   Since Ji-won was wrong, they must change places.  If Jiwon was right, then the students don't change spots.

My coteacher and I decided it would make more sense to first practice, then start with 2 students, then 3, 4, 5, etc as necessary.  We also switched the consequences of getting the answer right or wrong.  I think if the kid in the seat with the card gets it wrong, he should have to change places.  This would ensure the students change places more. 
 
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Nooners on September 06, 2011, 02:17:07 pm
Hi!

I have a simple PPT for the 1st class, using this TL:

"Whose _____ is this"?
"It's mine".
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Nooners on September 06, 2011, 02:19:04 pm
I also have a PPT game and accompnying worksheet for the 2nd class.

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: A_Z on September 06, 2011, 02:46:27 pm
Adamzero, you really need to get a sense of humor. Good luck getting your kids to actually respect you without one.  Also, where did you go to school? I went to really conservative private schools for 13 years and never would have gotten a call home over this story. I suppose you want to put "Everyone Poops" on the banned book list, too.  How about "Hop on Pop" for inspiring violence against fathers?
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Helena S on September 06, 2011, 03:21:57 pm
A pretty easy writing activity, but I thought it was good practice for my kids. They write the answers in their notebooks.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Nykeva on September 06, 2011, 11:07:39 pm
Today for 5.9.2 instead of playing the game listed in the book....I played a game of Mafia with my students.  I gave all of them a card and replaced the words typically used in the game "Who do you think is Mafia?" with "Whose card is this?"  And used other target phrases.."Is this your card?"  "No, that's not mine./Yes,  that's mine."  Where they fit.  My kids weren't very good at the game...but they did have fun playing it.
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: jhzang on September 07, 2011, 09:31:13 am
That song guessing PPT was awesome, so I made another one. 
This PPT uses English pop songs.  I'm pretty sure 5th graders know Michael Jackson and maybe the Beatles.  They'll have to guess on the rest of the songs.
If anyone's uncomfortable with letting 5th graders listen to rap, you can delete the last 2 slides.
It's so creative to use songs as material for possessive lesson. To use this, I need to teach students American songs in advance.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: village_idiot77 on September 07, 2011, 09:42:00 am
lol. look like nearly everyone in Korean elementary schools used the 'Whose song is this?' game. it was awesome for class. i modified it so you can stop the song and make it more challenging and put the question 'whose song is this?'

hope this is useful. whoever made it orignally, great job
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: ohherro on September 07, 2011, 10:16:18 am
Attached is a ppt to spice up the Look and Speak section.

I ask for a volunteer to say the correct sentence until we've gone through the slide.  Then I ask the students in each group to pick a role and practice speaking.  My kids are grouped into groups of 4, so each kid has a turn speaking.

Then, I ask for groups who want to speak it out loud to stand up and say the entire dialogue.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: blueyes9765 on September 07, 2011, 12:34:38 pm
Power point used for a pass the ball game similar to hot potatoe I used it in period 2.
Pass the ball to different teams when the music stops they have to make a sentence for the object whose_____ is this?
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Stephyc4 on September 07, 2011, 01:21:39 pm
The bomb game is really well done. I'm planning on using bob's edit. I'm not sure of the exact way it was intended to be played. This is how I plan on using it:

I'm going to split the class into teams (most likely 6 teams of 4 players each). I'm going to point to one of the games squares. Teams have to discuss together, based on the squares location, what is the correct way to complete the target phrases. (Who's ______ is this, It's ________ boat.) The first team that raises their hands gets to answer. To try and include all the students, I will stress that the whole team must answer. I won't necessarily select the first team, if there is a team that rarely has an oppurtunity to answer.

I'm sure there are better ways of using this resource and I'd love to hear them.
 
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: blueyes9765 on September 07, 2011, 01:28:50 pm
A Game that we played went like this:( It was my CT idea IDK where she got it from)
 Groups of six chose one object~ They go around and each say that it is theirs because. This pencil is mine because I love the color pink. The other teams have to figure out WHose object it is. They can also do the opposite... This isn't mine because I don't like pink. This isn't mine ( a phone) because I have an iphone. If they get it correct they get a point. WInner has the most points. No powerpoint or worksheets neeede
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: wolftashie on September 07, 2011, 02:17:29 pm
So here's an idea for a game I came up with.  It's a new twist on an old technique though.

I call it the Bomb / Duck and Cover game.

All you need is a box and 3 distinctive things.  (I use my deck of cards, an old watch, and a weird hi-liter.) You put your items in the box, then you go around the classroom and get one distinctive thing from each student.  Then you mix it up and have the students pull one item at a time out.  The whole class asks "Whose is this?"  Then the Student who owns it says "It's mine!"  The class says "It's __'s"  But when they pick up your item, you yell "bomb"!  :oAnd everybody ducks under the desk.  The last person under the desk is out.  When you get down to 3, they are the winners. :D
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Baedunmike on September 08, 2011, 04:37:28 am
Here are two Korean Games From my Co-teacher some of you may like.

Mike
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jimiready on September 08, 2011, 09:51:44 am
For this lesson I put the following on the board:

Whose boat is this?
Is this boat your boat?
No! This boat is not my boat. My boat is red.
This boat is blue so this boat is your boat.

Then I told the class that this was far too long. How can wee shorten it?
In each class, some bright spark was able to find at least one way:
Is this boat yours.  etc
And then the class gets the idea and soon they have reduced it all.

Whose boat is this?
Is this yours?
No!This is not mine. Mine is red.
This is blue so this is yours.

I rub the words out as we go and leave a red line in its place.
Then at the end I note the first mention of "boat" and do arrows from the red lined spaces back up to the original "boat" in the first line.
For the stronger students I talk about pronouns shortening nouns etc...
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Catherine on September 08, 2011, 12:20:20 pm
Here is a guessing game, designed with PPT.
By splitting the class into small groups, they had to guess which following objects they belonged to.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: J4MES on September 08, 2011, 12:42:40 pm
Ok... MASSIVE thank you to Nina for the initial upload!  Brilliant work.

I've changed it slightly so it's more like a Bomb Game.  Added a menu and opening screen.  To reveal the answers just click on A,B,C and D like before.  Then once the S's have guessed, click on any white part to reveal the answer - it displays a picture of the group/singer and completes the sentence.

Tested it on my grade 3 after school class and they went mental!  Asked to do it again and again.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jennykim on September 08, 2011, 01:06:19 pm


Here's lesson 9 teaching material.
The video clip is very cute!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWxrJI_Tna8
Enjoy~

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: psarahhenry on September 08, 2011, 02:47:29 pm
Here is some material we used to teach this chapter. We told a story about poop, which was  total hit. "Whose dung is this?" And we also put together a PPT to help with comprehension after  (though we didn't end up using it!). And then we did a fun game using our personal items. Whose is it. Students were split itno four groups. Each group is given one small whiteboard and marker. We have our students numbered in each group from best English skills to worst (they don't know that), so that the best students sit next to the ones who are struggling. Then all the number 1 face off and have to answer the question, "Whose is it?" The must write in a full sentence, "It's Sarah Teacher's." They get a point if they're right.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: gaewoong on September 08, 2011, 03:27:07 pm
Here is a powerpoint I made for Period 5 Story Time - Hamin's Songpyeon Part 1. It's the one where students read the story from Level 1 through Level 5, each time with more words missing from the story. Thanks to foreverJ and tmmoe for their previous powerpoints as I was able to use some of your pictures/slides for this powerpoint. Enjoy! :D
Title: Whose is it? Reading game (PPT and handout)
Post by: thankQ on September 08, 2011, 03:58:44 pm
I made this as a game for the reading portion of chapter 9, 5th grade. I've attached the PPT and the handout. Just click through the slides in a reasonable amount of time then go through and check the answers with them. I hope you can have some fun with this!
Title: Reading speed game
Post by: thankQ on September 08, 2011, 04:00:45 pm
I made this as a game for the reading portion of chapter 9, 5th grade. I've attached the PPT and the handout. Just click through the slides in a reasonable amount of time then go through and check the answers with them. I hope you can have some fun with this!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: hsjeong1209 on September 08, 2011, 09:31:57 pm
Here is the rewording game for the chapter! My class went pretty well with this game. It was a good review for the kids.

Just cut into pieces and hand 3 sentences (blue, red, green) per two students.
If you want to challenge them, you can make everything in black ink!
For my kids, they thought it was pretty easy.

After they made sentences, I asked them to put sentences in order, and made them read it to the class!

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: naynayseonsaengnim on September 09, 2011, 09:41:32 am
I'm not clever enough to know how to reply to specific people, but I want to say thanks to the people who made the "Whose song is it?" powerpoint game and to whomever made the whiteboard game. Both have gone over superbly with my classes today and I really appreciate it!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Anna v W on September 09, 2011, 09:59:10 am
I made this extra activity for Whose boat is this? story time.
My kids like it when we play games like this, it makes story time less tedious.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Kimmi on September 09, 2011, 10:17:38 am
I made a powerpoint where the kids have to roleplay different scenarios and then come to the front of the class and stand in a position indicated by a stick figure. Try making really ridiculous positions for the students and they'll all laugh and have a great time. It seems to work really well and is super easy to make. It only takes 5 to 10 minutes and you definitely don't need a template.
Title: Re: "Whose is this?" - Possessives activity!
Post by: mackattack on September 09, 2011, 12:51:25 pm
Directions:
Materials needed: chalk, candy/reward, PEOPLE cards (6), & OBJECT cards (1).
Write down responses, including my phrase, on board.
Tell students directions: “Ok, class! Divide into 6 groups, please!” (Wait until they have done that and gain their attention). “Now I’m going to explain the rules of our activity! I am going to pass out 9 cards to each group. Each card has a different person on it doing a different job. For example: Pilot, Doctor, etc… Now I have 9 objects, each one goes with one of your people cards. What I want you to do, as a group, is when I say ‘Whose      is this?’ you will hold up the card with your answer on it. I will call on the first group that holds up their answer and they will tell me ‘It is the       ‘s.’. Each group that gets the answer right gets ONE point. The group that gets the answer first gets TWO points. (COMP CHECK) “Ok, who can tell me what you will have on your cards?” “What about my cards?” “Do you work in a group or individually?” “When I say ‘Whose BUS is this?’ what will your group do?” “What about if I say ‘Whose GUITAR is this?’” “OK! Let’s get started!” Pass out the People cards and start the game!


First off, this is a great idea!  I made added more jobs and changed the rules to allow more involvement.  My kids loved it.  They're generally low to mid level students, but they concentrated really well because they each had individual responsibility in this game.

I used 12 jobs & the Korean translations (firefighter, police officer, actor, singer, cook, doctor, computer programmer, soccer player, teacher, soldier, musician and scientist).   I printed and laminated the cards, so they wouldn't be destroyed.  I also made a PPT to explain the game, since i don't have flashcards.

My kids were in groups of 6, so each got 2 job cards that *they* were responsible for.  This way, *everyone* has to pay attention lol.  It worked really well.  Individual responsibility ftw.  Once the cards were passed out, i reviewed the jobs once more - students raised their cards to show that they knew what they were doing. 

I wrote the sentence form on the board and read the questions.  The first group to raise their card made their sentence.  The entire class repeated the sentence, so it's not just me talking at them - they're listening to each other.

Note:  Just make sure that *only* the group who raises the card first, reads first.  Otherwise you'll get an overwhelming cacophony of complaints... lol
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Nooners on September 09, 2011, 02:42:56 pm
Does anyone have a good "project" to go with the review in the last lass of Lesson 9?
 My co-teacher reckons the one in the book is too easy... or hard.
 Actually, all I know is that she doesn't want me to do it...
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: koggel123 on September 09, 2011, 03:27:58 pm
At the risk of this sounding increadibly stupid/lazy  -  I see so many of the posts here mention ppt's and games and worksheets. Well, um, do you use these in addition to the CD's that accompany the textbook, or do you often leave out some of the activities/songs/games in the textbook and replace them with your own ? I must say, I have often thought the ideas/activities of the textbook really boring or silly. Almost meaningless at times. And more often than not, the games are really no challenge at all, nor are they any fun . . .
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: complex303 on September 09, 2011, 06:21:59 pm
At the risk of this sounding increadibly stupid/lazy  -  I see so many of the posts here mention ppt's and games and worksheets. Well, um, do you use these in addition to the CD's that accompany the textbook, or do you often leave out some of the activities/songs/games in the textbook and replace them with your own ? I must say, I have often thought the ideas/activities of the textbook really boring or silly. Almost meaningless at times. And more often than not, the games are really no challenge at all, nor are they any fun . . .

This post is off-topic, so if you really want to talk about you should start a new thread on it.

To answer your question, I don't use the book at all.  I have a rotating schedule, so I only see the 5th graders every other week. When my co-teachers teach alone, they teach from the book, but they speed through it because it the kids find it boring.  We all usually find better games to replace what's in the book.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: betty0628 on September 12, 2011, 11:53:37 am
pictures for the project
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: betty0628 on September 12, 2011, 11:57:17 am
this is the game(practice) of the possesive
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Kat_teacher on September 14, 2011, 02:55:59 pm
who hums this unit's song at least once a day? sadly I'm guilty of this...

I hear you... this gets song gets stuck in my head almost as often as "Nobody but you" by the Wonder Girls... :P
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: TrentPayton on September 14, 2011, 04:22:55 pm
The Song game was amazing, the students got really excited as the subject matter was something they could relate to. I found it quite difficult to make the game really competitive as they are getting the answers correct, but all in all a perfect lesson activity for grade 5's!! thanks!!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: csksamgyupsal on September 15, 2011, 11:12:08 am
the kpop guessing game worked out perfectly. i was surprised with the kids and how much they know about the idols and songs!
Title: Whose boat is this? Grade 5
Post by: ladymp22 on September 15, 2011, 11:16:02 am
Lesson plan for Lesson 9 ppt included
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: aileenmna on September 15, 2011, 02:10:15 pm
"Whose songpyeon is this" role play script
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: aileenmna on September 15, 2011, 02:15:19 pm
Whose boat is this?
Practice possessive pronoun with your students
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: elaineccatgirl on September 15, 2011, 03:34:12 pm
5-9-5 hamin's songpyeon

straightforward worksheet and powerpoint about the story:
A. matching--match the sentence to the picture
B. comprehension--fill in the blanks to answer the questions about the story
C. grammar review--fill in the blanks with the appropriate possessive pronoun or word
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: happyface on September 16, 2011, 08:53:57 am
Word Search for Grade 5 Unit 9 Storytime

Introductory activity for Hamin's Songpyeong. Has a secret code for those who finish early in the leftover letters. I go through the word list first with the students and get them to underline/highlight each word in the passage too. Secret message is a recipe overview.

An equivalent activity exists for Grade 6 (http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,945.msg149019.html#msg149019).

Edit: Typos in the romanisation fixed, reuploaded.


Can you please tell me the secret code answer bc we can't figure it out1 haha :)
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mshamilton on September 16, 2011, 08:55:19 am
here you go, one is a friend (initials JB) and one is from my coteacher!

For this lesson I made a sentence scramble worksheet that used the key vocabulary words from the lesson. The kids seemed to really like it because they had not done a worksheet like this before. I had them come up with at least 3 different sentences per box.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Heidik on September 16, 2011, 10:31:47 am
Again, thanks for the Utube link, now does anyone have any ideas on Activity 1: the Songpyeon section.  I noticed the activity sheet, which is great, but just want to know other thoughts. But I think I will be using the activity sheet.   
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: chocolate.croissant on September 16, 2011, 12:35:10 pm
I just had a great idea for this lesson, but don't think I have the time to put it together myself.  I was thinking you could make one of those coin-flick games, but in every square you have a picture of a student.  The kids flick the coin, and when it lands on a picture, the other students in their group say, "Whose picture is it?"  The student who flicked the coin has to say, "It's (student's name)'s."  If it's their own, they say, "It's mine."  And it if it belongs to one of the kids in the group, they turn to that kid and say, "It's yours."

The students' homeroom teachers should have files with all their students' pictures in them.  The downside is, of course, you have to make a different board for each class.  Might be a nice impressive activity for an open class, though!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: ricola8 on September 16, 2011, 01:20:16 pm
here is a story ppt
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mcgeough on September 16, 2011, 01:56:53 pm


PPT attached for 2 parts to this lesson. Activities: Slap Card Game, Heads Up-Seven Up, Objects in bags.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mcgeough on September 16, 2011, 02:27:30 pm
PPT for 2 lessons. Activities include slap card game & whisper game
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: AdamVandersall on September 16, 2011, 02:47:58 pm
Here's a pretty fun game I played with my class today.  Students are divided into 2 teams.  Each student is given a small piece of paper.  They draw something (preferably simple and quick) on the paper.  Collect the papers from the teams and keep them in separate baskets or piles.  Then one person comes up and randomly draws a picture, and then tries to guess who's picture it is.  They approaoch another student and ask, "Is this yours?"  Depending on how many students are on each team the teacher sets the number of guesses the students gets.  I had 7on each team so I gave them 2 chances.  Get's them to practice, "Is this yours?" "Yes it's mine." "No it's not mine" and if they fail to guess correctly "Whose is this?"
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: princessTiffany on September 16, 2011, 03:14:31 pm
This is my lesson plan to hand in each week to my in-charge. Its just a neatly organized and written plan with the games and songs included. Thanks~
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: nessie on September 18, 2011, 02:14:13 pm
Hey guys
This is one of my first power points.  It's a pass the ball game that I modified from several power points (sorry, but I can't remember which ones).  Hope this is useful.  Thanks for all the great many resources.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jamesvonkim on September 19, 2011, 12:22:08 pm
Here are three games I used for my classes.

Conversation Food Chain: It is the fly game. Students practice a dialogue and upon completion "rock,paper,scissor." Winner advances to next level and loser stays. You can only challenge someone on your level.

Conversation Scramble and Show: Students must order the words into sentences and create a dialogue that makes sense. Teacher must cut up the word sheet so that each word in on separate pieces of paper.

Hidden Sentences: Like a word search but with sentences. Sentences are hidden within a paragraph of non-sensical words.

 
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mandu on September 19, 2011, 01:06:32 pm
A fun ppt for Korean students getting them to use the key expressions.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: llamalady on September 19, 2011, 02:49:11 pm
I had an open class/ show class with part 3 of this lesson. Here's the powerpoint I made.
at the "make a sentence" slide, students made sentences from a mixed pile of words we printed and laminated. I read a sentence out loud and they had to assemble it.
It also has a guessing game.
There's a slide where I embedded a video. You would have to download the video, save it on your classroom pc and embed the video again. It won't work as it is now.
The video is  from those guys at "Fun Fun Fun". I didn't read through this thread to see if it's been posted already.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: jzwulf on September 19, 2011, 03:08:38 pm
The students really loved the game where you shout as they get closer to the object. I really recomend this for drilling the key phrase "Whose ____ is it?"
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: steph925 on September 19, 2011, 04:28:33 pm
Any more exciting ways to role-play using this dialogue?
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: matthews_world on September 19, 2011, 08:49:58 pm
Just a branch out on the drawing a picture game.  Divide the class into teams.  Give them a scenario of which they draw the objects, such as "Things You'd Take on a Deserted Island", "Something Found in Your Bedroom", or "A Valuable Item that the Student Owns or Possesses"- i.e. a toy, family, collectors item, etc.  The teacher will collect the pictures, mix them up and denote them as Item A, B and so on.  Have the students write what the item is on the picture or the teacher can label.  The classmates on each team discuss amongst each other who drew the item.  You can go so far as to make this a competition to give a point to the team who guessed the most correctly for each round.

Also, for "Something Valuable", turn this into a Show & Tell-type activity where the student can bring in the actual item.

For an After-School activity, have each student write a short paragraph of why they chose the item and present to the class.

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: koggel123 on September 20, 2011, 01:30:20 pm
Just another Pass the Ball game. When the music stops, the class as a whole asks the question on the screen (Whose nose is it, Whose legs are these, Whose hair is this) and the person holding the ball has to answer. You can use teams and award points if you want to make it competitive. I am rather proud of the PPT - too bad the kids were brats and only one of my 4 classes seemed to be willing to cooperate . . . meh . . . :(
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: longhorngirl on September 20, 2011, 04:01:38 pm
An idea for "Is this yours?" "no mine is blue" based on the old famous person game.

Make a worksheet of 12 items (or however many 5th graders you have.) (i.e. a red ball, a blue book)  Cut them up and give one item to each 6th grader **but don't let them see their card**  Show the items on a PPt slide (12 + many more options that are not on people's cards) and make the group stand in a circle around the board.  The PPT is a reference, sort of like a word bank for the kids to refer to.  They each take their card, and stick it to their forehead, so everyone can see their card but they can't see their own card.

The first person guesses what their card is.  Let's say they guess "red ball."  Tell them to say 'is this red ball mine?'   The person they ask must say "no yours is...." and something describing their card like 'yellow' or 'no yours is big.' If they guess right obviously they win and the person being spoken to must say 'yes it is yours!'
Title: Re: 5th grade Lesson 9: Whose boat is this?
Post by: EvoNomis on September 21, 2011, 03:59:05 pm
I want to ask how did u make the bomb game PPT. I want to do the action in which when u go back to the game board after finding out the points rewarded, the slide that was picked is now X'ed out or is gone. thanks! I can't figure it out.

Here's an illustrative PPT, a grid-based bomb game and a fill-in-the-dialog worksheet. You'll have to change the picture in the PPT :)
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: prospybite on September 21, 2011, 07:06:20 pm
I don't know why they keep erasing my posts... so...I'm never above the 5 posts limit. But... when I could download the file, I downloaded the Ghost Buster bomb game! I wanted to let you know that it was a success and wanted to thank you for it! I modified a few things, but.. the kids LOVED it! Wow. I grouped the kids into 5 groups (works out perfectly with the number of slides) and gave the winning team a stamp (I'm doing the stamp/sticker system! ^_^) THANKS AGAIN!
Title: Grade 5 Lesson 9 Crossword Puzzle (possession)
Post by: ManFromScene24 on September 21, 2011, 10:04:26 pm
Hey all,

Here is a crossword puzzle for Grade 5 Lesson 9: Whose Boat is This?
It's good for a review day. Just make sure they know the meaning of "belongs to _____."
Also, apostrophe ['] is a valid character for use in the spaces (i.e. it's mine)

Enjoy!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: bulgasari on September 22, 2011, 03:39:59 pm
Here is - a matching memory game with written vocabulary (to help with reading)

- a review ppt with images from the "Whose puppy is it" video (among other things). The word is written on the screen and students are asked which of three possible pictures it might be (A,B,C). There are also some other bits of review from other peoples ppts squeezed in as well.

- an intro ppt introducing Simpsons characters by name and then shots of only their hair and the question "Whose hair is it?" for the students to answer.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: andreakukovica on September 23, 2011, 12:52:39 pm
Does anyone have any good suggestions for Grade 5-6 gifted class?
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: ExpatJames on September 23, 2011, 02:03:52 pm
a fun activity i did with this was to have items at a pretend lost and found counter. students can practice the target language with "no thats not mine' "mine is blue."
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Amy Rodulfo on September 23, 2011, 04:18:52 pm
information gap
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Robotka on September 26, 2011, 03:23:17 pm
My co-teacher and I made a blazing pens style Quiz Game.  She wrote the sentences in Korean (2-3 sentences per slide), and the students had to figure out the correct English translation. 

We used mini white boards, 1 per team, and they passed them to the next student for each question.  5 points if they got everything perfect (including spelling, punctuation, and especially correct pronoun - most students had trouble with this/that/it, these/those/they).  Minus 1 point for each mistake.

The first day we played the game, it took about 20 minutes for the first 6 questions, so we split it into two parts and played again the next day.  The students really enjoyed it, and it's a great way to get them thinking about correct grammar, etc.

Since the game comprises two ppt files and a midi sound, I combined them into one zip file.

After the last answer on the Part 2 ppt, I embedded a sound and used an animated gif for "The End."  If the sound isn't embedded properly after you download and unzip the files, you can re-embed it.  I'm including directions for how to do that in the Powerpoint 2003 Menus... document, as well as how to modify the timing of the transition after the gif played through once.  On some computers, the timing doesn't work out properly.  Also, screen shots are included in case your MS Office is in Korean.  I have Office 2003 in English, but I used to only have Korean so I know what a pain that can be!
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Robotka on September 26, 2011, 03:34:45 pm
I loved the "Whose Dung is This?" Storybook, and so did the students.  Well, some of them freaked out a little, but it was funny.

I added animations and quote marks to the powerpoint that I downloaded.  The animations (actually just white rectangles disappearing) really made it that much funnier!  Also, I put a huge white rectangle over the title page so they couldn't read it when I first opened the file.  More surprising that way.

Then, I made another guessing type powerpoint of actual animal dung (African animals).  That one was made in about 5 minutes, so it's not the greatest style-wise.  I used it right before lunch in one class, and I'm pretty sure all the students lost their appetites...
Title: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This?
Post by: hmartin832 on September 26, 2011, 08:46:46 pm
This ppt is simple and gets the message straight to the students. I would only use it for the first time of teaching this lesson.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: facesaviour on September 28, 2011, 08:30:34 am
face saviour trying to figure out WHOSE BOAT IS THIS? If not I guess I will have to provide a intro ppt. to see if anyone will claim it.

enjoy the INTRO PPT of this lesson. with some focus put on this/that (is) vs these/those (are).
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: rkddmstlf on September 28, 2011, 09:10:54 am
5-9-4 reading and writing practice
I hope it will be very helpful to Ss.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: rkddmstlf on September 28, 2011, 09:38:41 am
5-9-5 story time
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Wendy88 on October 07, 2011, 12:26:50 pm
A game you could use is where all students have to put an item of theirs in a box. They volunteer to come up to the front and pick an item out. Whatever they pick up, they have to ask the whole class 'Whose ____ is this?', and the person who owns that item have to stand up and say 'That ____ is mine'.  This can be repeated many times until the box is empty.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mandyteacher on October 10, 2011, 08:12:30 am
This is the ppt that I used for the Story in this chapter.

I had two students come up and they acted out the story. One student was Hamin (or HaNam if the student was a boy) and one student was the mother/father. The kids always thought it was funny that the students were acting like parent and child.

It was cute. hope you enjoy
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: Robotka on October 13, 2011, 12:50:21 pm
I used the song someone else suggested, "Lupin" by Kara - "It's mine. This is mine".  I found a decent English cover version (the singer's not great, but passable): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3uFl_4bi7I

She didn't include the lyrics in that video, so I combined another video with her audio.  Here's the lyrics she said she used (but the audio track is the original Korean): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhnSRLxnuWY

The attached AVI file is the English audio from the first link above with the lyrics from the second.

*If you're interested in more K-pop songs with English versions, check out my new thread!  http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,23254.0.html
Title: Re: Grade 5 Index L9-Whose boat is this?-"Whose Dung is this? PPT Practice"
Post by: jkelley on October 14, 2011, 11:38:14 am
Great PPT for the lesson Whose Boat is this? .F\Very funny for the kids and offers good practice in a story format. Teacher reads story and students answer questions about the story later.

Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: mkilbride on October 26, 2011, 01:52:33 pm
For the additional activity listed at the end of the teacher's guide (worksheet pages 515-516), I'm adding a second page. The activity is basically they get answers and have to then supply the questions. Because the first time it may be a bit difficult for them to understand, I found having a second go-round was helpful.
Title: Re: Grade 5, Lesson 9 - Whose Boat is This? (2011, Merged with old)
Post by: murzzingirl on November 07, 2011, 03:12:47 pm
Here are picture & sentence cards.
Title: Re: (2011 National) Grade 5, Lesson 9 - "Whose Boat is This?"
Post by: i_teach_esl on December 26, 2014, 11:49:54 am
this is a ppt of "whose dung is it," with more "animation."