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Find the stars speaking game. It took awhile for to make, so I hope you enjoy it! Mario Bomb Review Game - teacher_desu
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For 8.2, I put together this PPT including: spelling practice for numbers 1-12, a brief memory game warmer, and Pass the Ball Birthday Edition.
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New words + key expressions worksheet (with Korean pronunciations) Lesson 8 PPT (covers 8.1 + 8.2): Warm Up - link to a numbers song on Youtube Practice - key expressions practice (with Korean pronunciations) Game 8.1 - students ask the teacher, "How old are you?" They listen to the answer and hold up the correct number of fingers. After playing a couple rounds of that, you can move on to actions. They listen to the answer and perform an action (i.e. if they hear "seven", then they clap once; "eight" is jump once). Talk! Talk! - script for the Talk Talk section and the pictures (in order to model the activity for the students). Game 8.2 - pretty much explained on the PPT...students get a card with an age on it. They play RPS and complete the dialogue. Then they change cards (with the student they were talking to). After talking to three people they sit down. Once all students are finished, the teacher rolls two dice and the student(s) with the same numbered card gets a point. The cards are included on the PPT. - Hannahbatch
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Avengers bomb game adapted from last year's text book. Thank you to the original creator.
(more than enough fun for my 3rd graders, they don't care about teams too much). ~~The template for this game I got from buckybee over on a 4th grad page so thank you! Lesson 8 part 4: Rock-Paper-Scissors game. I will give them each a strip of paper with numbers 7-12 on them along with a picture of a teacher. Students will play ask each other their age and then play R-P-S. The winner moves up one year and the loser moves down one (to go faster, only have the winner move up one and the loser doesn't move). If you want to be simpler (and don't mind cutting paper), give each student a piece of paper that has a "1" on it (or cut out the candles from the last activity) each student gets 5 papers (5 years old) they play R-P-S with their team mate and the loser gives one paper to the winner... I saw this idea on YouTube somewhere and loved it but 28 students is too much cutting, so I made the sliding 7-12 game. ENJOY!! - new words worksheet - intro ppt -four corners game to practice "How old are you?" - "I'm ~ years old." |