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Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« on: March 08, 2019, 03:37:07 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for 동아출판 Middle School English 2 Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views. Please share your contributions here. Be sure to explain exactly what you are posting and please do not post multi-level materials in this thread. Also, any review lessons or materials should be posted in the review section for this grade. If you can't find what you're looking for here, check out the older edition of the book for similar materials. Best of luck in your lesson planning!
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Re: Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2019, 02:54:55 pm »
I haven't made anything yet, but as an activity for the second class ( I'm spreading the lesson over 2 weeks) I was thinking about having the kids make an itinerary for a trip. They can make it as ridiculous as possible, like to space or underwater. They have to include the "I/We are planning to....," but they can draw a poster and then share with the class. The class can then vote on which trip they think is the most fun. If anyone has any materials it'd be awesome bc other than this idea I've got nothing really ><


Re: Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2019, 03:19:17 pm »
If anyone has any materials it'd be awesome bc other than this idea I've got nothing really ><

our projectors are all being replaced this week so i couldn't use a computer for anything. we played pictionary and the students really liked it. for example, they draw "go to the movie theater" and their team has to answer "i'm planning to go to the movie theater."

i guess if you wanted to make it harder you could make them draw the "when" part, too. for example, "i'm planning to go to the movie theater tonight." i'm guessing the "when" part might get tedious to draw though. anyway, it was a fun last-minute, no materials type activity.


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Re: Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2019, 08:57:19 am »
That is a good idea for the end of the class, thanks!!


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Re: Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2019, 11:35:50 am »
These are my materials for Lesson 6, which I split into 3 parts....


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Re: Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« Reply #5 on: September 25, 2019, 09:51:26 am »
Here's what I did for this  lesson. Just 2 periods because I had to rush through it, I entered at an odd time and there wasn't much time to do everything, but it was too much for my kids so I think it can be stretched out over 3 lessons if done tight. Some of this I got from others, some I did not. For those that look like it belongs to others, I recognize your efforts!
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Re: Lesson 6: Different People, Different Views
« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2019, 01:46:12 pm »
**my school laptop/computer only allows the korean version of windows/ppt so im sorry if you don't have that :(**

Just open the PPT and hopefully all the music plays when u click it (takes a minute).
ALso, on the worksheet there are a lot of big blanks b/c i actually drew in the explanation that i wanted to give through comics and stuff.
the drawn comics are on the ppt so if you're curious as to what i wrote, there it is!
All art work is by me..please dont distribute w/o permission and credit my original art. LOL JKJKJKK i mean, yeah i drew it but it's nothing to write home about.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XsEwkW6DsCiUt4vwxrxsXAwWd1uGHHUt


So I know the typical "im planning to..." games/activities that are out there and tbh i really don't like them. also, it doesn't fit my school very well sooooo this is how i decided to plan the activities.

Day 1:

+ Introduce expression (we just do a bit of drilling that's all)
+ "I'm going to" Song Activity: So I want my students to learn how to speak naturally so i kinda stretched this book's expression to include "I'm going to...". Students will listen to 3 songs that include the "i'm going to" expression and fill in the blanks. Then we'll just go over it together so they get comfortable saying "Im gunna ...".
Btw, i purposefully tried to find interesting/popular songs...sorry if it's not easy to hear!
1. sia - chandelier
2. white stripes - 7 nation army **this one is a doozy to hear...sorry....*
3. avicii - gonna love ya

im sure there are also lots of song with the lyrics "you're gonna/we're gonna/etc". The ones i chose all just happen to be "im gonna..."

 + Textbook Questions (part 1 & there was like 10min left over so i gave them free time/we listened to all 3 songs again this time on youtube. Plus i think it's good to show them more..rock-band type songs instead of just pop music)

Day 2:
+ Listen & Write : on the word doc, and the second PPT, you'll see that i had the students "listen and write" the conversation that's in their book on page 103 (it's the second page). we corrected it together, and i also put up some comics of webtoons that i'm currently also reading on naver (lol) for them to try to solve in English!
+ Pictionary using the Key Expression.
This can be pretty dang hectic, so if you don't like that kind of environment..err... you might not like this game.
 I set them up with the expression and they have answer using it. This game can take 25-30min.

ie. Answer: I'm planning to/I'm going to bake a cake after school.

Drawer: They know the answer, so they'll draw it of course on mini-whiteboards (or if you have a big whiteboard/chalkboard, i divide the space for them to draw directly on there as well).
Rest of the team: This is what they see on the board/ppt: "I'm planning to _____________ after school." So they need to figure out the middle.

I change up the expressions as well.

for example: I'm planning to _____ during winter break.
I'm going to __________ this weekend.
Again, when students answer, they have to answer using that expression.
« Last Edit: September 25, 2019, 01:51:36 pm by orange6ur1 »