This lesson is similar to: 7. I'll Visit My Grandparents from the 2015 book.

Vocabulary and sentence review followed by scrambled word and sentence quiz. (Students can sit in teams and write it down together on white board to compete for points.) https://youtu.be/TzSk9yh3xCQ - purpleparrot
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What will you do this summer? song - I found this song on Youtube and typed up the lyrics (with Korean pronunciations). Half of the lyrics have the Korean translations and the students should (with help from the teacher), fill in the rest. The students like singing it. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nx9IllEJP0g Bingo Mill Activity - each student gets a worksheet. The top half lists the key expressions and the bottom half is a bingo board. They walk around class and find another person and play RPS. The winner asks, What will you do this summer? The loser picks ANY of the 6 key expressions and says it (I'll...) The winner listens to the answer and makes an X on their bingo board with that answer (can only make one X at a time). Students keep playing until they get a bingo (4 in a row). I haven't played this yet but most likely will just have students play for a set amount a time, and they'll get a point for every Bingo they've made (1 bingo = 1 point, 2 bingo's = 2 points, etc). What will you do this summer worksheet - I found this years ago on this site. Students draw/color pictures and write what they will do this summer (on the Polaroids). Then share it in front of the class. Open up the power point file. The first slide is animated and allows you to explain the whole game on just one slide. EZ PZ Slide two is for printing, as I lowered the opacity a little on the background. How to play: Put the kids in groups of 4ish. Hand out a paperclip to each group. The kids put the paperclip in the middle of the spinner, and a pencil inside of the paperclip. The students can then flick the paperclip to spin it. Enjoy!!!!!!!! - nicholasaholmes
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I adapted this Speaking activity from something someone posted in the set of books before this year's new one. Thanks to whomever created it!
It went over with my students pretty well. Explanation in the PPT. (At one point, it tells you how many spies to pick...i picked 4 instead of the 2 suggested on the PPT) - nicholasaholmes
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Just drafted this Baskin Robbins game for a reading activity for this lesson.
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Here's my usual intro PPT, I was supposed to upload it last Fri before the Dokdo trip but somehow I forgot. Hope some of you can still find it useful.
As always if I make anything else then I'll update this post and include them here. All Periods Intro: Pretty self explanatory. (Ideal for all periods)Kartrider game: Divide the class into however many teams you want, students take turns reading one of the boxes on the PPT, teacher clicks it to remove it and reveal how many points are won or lost. (Ideal for the fourth period) Note: The Kartrider game is too big to upload here so you can grab it from my Google drive:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qrcYW4IaZuM2LT4QGulmin8smVEHBPgU/view?usp=sharing "Have you seen what the sith are wearing? It's like every fashion designer in the galaxy went over to the dark side."
Kakao Speaking Game - What Will You Do This Summer?Preview with Link to PPT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHhCP5jRcUs&list=PLl4RI1pH-8dF3GGHU79CxT6QXievbS8IE&index=26&t=0s Credit to the original creator Grade 5 Lesson 7 That's so Savage!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1dgmJzv0As Tom and Jerry Game - What Will You Do This Summer?Preview with Link to PPT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iGhH2qLA6c&list=PLl4RI1pH-8dF3GGHU79CxT6QXievbS8IE&index=4&t=0s Credit to the original creator A song the students lost their minds over Period 2 - spy game. Period 3 - Fill in the blank. They write in their notebooks. I have them trade with their partner before I reveal the answer so no cheating. Each slide gets points. Points get higher as the slides get harder. Connect 4 (Stolen template, credits to the original!) I do boys v girls and the whole class asks "What will you do this summer?" and one student answers. Period 4 - Reading race game. I play in teams of 2. They start on opposite ends and read it up as fast as they can. When they meet, they play rock paper scissors. Winner keeps going and loser goes all the way to where they started, switching partners. So when one person loses, their partner takes over for them. They win when they get all the way to the end. Also level reading. Period 5 - Sleeping elephants (stolen template, credit to the original) Period 5 or 6 - Speaking relay. The students go down the line to ask and answer, "What will you do this summer?"/"I will ____." Make sure the students know what they're supposed to say. They are timed with one practice round and one real round. They compete against the other 5th grade classes. I like to do this a couple times each semester, and it gets faster each time. - appleonfire
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This is a print out for line bingo. Print and cut out. Each student receives one set. They put them in a line and then ask"What will you do this summer?" Teacher says one of the cards and if the student has that card on either end, they turn the card over. First student to turn over all their cards wins.
Period 1 - Vocab intro, worksheet, show them my childhood summers, Bingo Period 2 - Review twinkler, Evolution game (if you have large classes, I've learned it's easier to make each level a "station" so the students can move around the classroom more organized and less chaotic) Period 3 - Hot seat review, Make a story (acting out) Period 4 - Level reading, Baskin Robbins reading game with fill in the blank Period 5 - Bucket list (file not available) Period 6 - Review, board game (print the challenge cards - students love it!), spy speaking & writing game, Summer in the USA (borrowed) *Also did a rhythmic reading activity with my class and they got really into it. I start a simple beat hitting my thighs and clapping. Reading the story from the textbook, each student must say the next word on beat, going around the entire classroom. If a student hesistates or says the wrong word, we must start over. Each round can speed up.* https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ITzIXjwR1-e1f1kdJ4M0UOFXnkdW8hma |