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Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« on: August 21, 2019, 09:59:57 am »
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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2019, 03:24:45 pm »
Give the students some time to try to memorize the objects they see in the rooms.  Tried to make it as silly and entertaining as possible. Four rooms: bathroom, bedroom, living room, and kitchen.


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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2019, 10:44:07 am »
End of chapter review and scrambled words.


Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #3 on: October 25, 2019, 02:18:12 pm »
Here's an introduction plus a game that uses (There is a ______ in the _______.) that I found on here and edited a little.

Also attached the fonts used.

Note for stuff I added to the intro (not from book):
* "couch" as alternative to "sofa"
* oven
* microwave (oven)
* "bathtub" as alternative to "bath"
* dining room


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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #4 on: November 07, 2019, 02:46:43 pm »
Matching Game for period 1 or 2. Match 2 numbers and have the students read together "This is the ___*insert vocab word*."


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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #5 on: November 11, 2019, 01:29:04 pm »
Just an introductory PPT from me for this lesson. If I make anything else for this lesson then I'll edit this post to add it as per usual.

All Periods Intro: Pretty self explanatory. (Ideal for all periods)
"Have you seen what the sith are wearing? It's like every fashion designer in the galaxy went over to the dark side."


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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #6 on: November 13, 2019, 03:25:17 pm »
Guardians of the galaxy What's behind.


Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #7 on: November 18, 2019, 02:09:21 pm »
Here is a ppt game that someone else made initially, and I heavily edited to make it better.  They did most of the work, I just added a couple characters and did all the videos and changed the content to be for this grade and lesson.  Therefore I shall claim 40% of the credit because it was a bit thematically dissonant before.

I think I will trick my kids the next time that I use this by playing the End Game clip, but cutting to a clip of Thanos dancing before Iron Man gets his snap off.  Then only Thanos survives and all the good guys die.  Unfortunately that will probably put me over the 50MB limit for this site.


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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #8 on: November 18, 2019, 06:37:38 pm »
Taken off co teacher when not looking.  Yoink!


Doraemong Jeopardy game.

Reading story - Dr Suess.




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Re: Grade 5 - Cheonjae 2019 Lesson 10: What a Nice House!
« Reply #9 on: Today at 01:16:50 pm »
In the our old book, this lesson used two forms of "there"; there and their. For example, "What's in the room?" There are two tigers. How are they different? Their color is different." So I wanted to make a lesson to explain the different ways "there" is used.

I was lucky to find a good video that explains the difference. I made a worksheet to go with it. I tried to make the worksheet look as much like the video as I could.

In this book, it seems they are only doing "There is" and "There are" for this lesson, but I wanted to do this again because this is something many native speakers get wrong, especially in comments on the internet.  :P

I did it with period 4 for some classes, and period 5 for others (different co-teachers, one is a lesson ahead of the other). It takes me about 15 to 20 minutes. We listen to the video and then pause it after the part they are supposed to write. We spell the version of "there" they are writing down. The co-teachers explain some things in Korean.  After the mini-test, I pause the video to let them check the answers. Then, depending on how much time is left, I say the sentences on the mini-test and they repeat after me. By this time it is usually about time to go.

I like this lesson because it actually feels like I am teaching something, compared to just doing the book and playing a game. Some of students find it boring, but I don't care!  8)
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