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  • Sprite06
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    • September 22, 2010, 11:21:29 am
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Intro ppt

YuGiOh Review Game - Instructions included  (PowerPoint triggers may not work on Macs)
Office 2010 users, save bomb games as .PPTM
More bomb games - http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,22140.0.html

 :D
« Last Edit: November 25, 2012, 06:18:38 pm by taeyang »


  • Plaswuff
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    • March 04, 2011, 02:36:06 pm
    • Yeosu
Looking forward to the game, how's the Yu-Gi-Oh template coming along anyway?


  • cad123
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    • August 30, 2010, 10:09:02 am
    • Ulsan South Korea
Worksheet


  • Sprite06
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Looking forward to the game, how's the Yu-Gi-Oh template coming along anyway?

I went a little overboard with the game, but I'm planning to post it Sunday night.  Along with a Pokemon V2


  • Plaswuff
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    • March 04, 2011, 02:36:06 pm
    • Yeosu
Looking forward to the game, how's the Yu-Gi-Oh template coming along anyway?

I went a little overboard with the game, but I'm planning to post it Sunday night.  Along with a Pokemon V2

Looking forward to both. Can't imagine how you could improve the Pokemon game, it is what all other bomb games aspire to be.


  • weirdgirlinkorea
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    • September 09, 2010, 06:00:18 pm
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A vocab sheet and role-play. It is a shame that role play is not a part of this book, as my students love role play. I created one for them to do.

Another to follow with the scenery/setting directions in Korean. My CT is working on it.

 :D

EDIT: Just wanted everyone to know, my students are mid to low level and they were able to do the role play in the 1st lesson (that I created). It went over well. I had some of my own concerns but they did it well and enjoyed it. If your students are used to doing role play or are not church mouses, this will go over well.  ;D

Added the Korean scenery/setting/direction version
« Last Edit: March 27, 2012, 03:02:17 pm by weirdgirlinkorea »
Ignoranţa este adesea o boală fatal şi cretin nu poate fi vindecata.


  • leejs
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    • March 29, 2011, 07:28:55 pm
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Here's an introductory worksheet. It has the new vocab and the scripts for the 'look and listen' and 'look and say' parts. I have taken out some words because my students are generally higher level. Basically this is just a re-creation of a worksheet that many Korean English teachers use, but made on a good word processor (ie not hwp).


  • izus
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    • September 07, 2010, 08:10:07 am
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Listening game:  4 corners with teams
Use the picture cards on p201.  There are 8.  Make a team for each card.  So, for example, the students in team "notebook" should each be holding the picture of the notebook.  Place 4 book characters on the walls.  The teams split up and choose a book character to stand under.  Then, randomly assign each item to a character.  Read the sentences, such as, "Whose umbrella is this?  It's Minu's."  Then, if any of team "umbrella" is standing under the picture of Minu, they hold up their cards and get one point for each person.  Do that for all the items, then allow the students to find a new place to stand and repeat.

Speaking game:
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Also, here's a short "Whose is it" ppt.


  • blueyes9765
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    • September 06, 2011, 02:51:04 pm
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worksheets from the book for this lesson


  • weirdgirlinkorea
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A worksheet I created teaching which pronoun goes with has or have. Free feel to make it more attractive with graphics and repost, right now it's just black and white.

I hope someone can use.
Ignoranţa este adesea o boală fatal şi cretin nu poate fi vindecata.


  • leejs
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    • March 29, 2011, 07:28:55 pm
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I worksheet I made using the basic idea laid out in the extra activities but with a slightly increased difficulty. It has a word scramble, picture match and correct the sentence sections.


  • JC49
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    • July 18, 2009, 08:41:03 am
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Work sheet from my ct for this chapter.


  • angel_kaye13
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    • May 17, 2010, 01:00:29 pm
    • Cheonan, South Korea
Here's a Bingo Game and a Pass the Ball.

For the Bingo, I'm going to do a double bingo, having each student draw 2 3X3 Bingo Cards - one for items and one for names. You can also do it like they suggest in the book, pairing items and names on one card, that's just not how I prepared the ppt/might require some alteration.

The pass the ball is self-explanatory, I think, practicing phrases such as "It's mine/~'s" and "Whose ~ is it?"

"Midway through the journey of our life, I found myself within a dark wood, for the right way had been lost."


  • angel_kaye13
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    • May 17, 2010, 01:00:29 pm
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And here is a Mario Game and Guess What game (I melded two different types of guessing within the game, but should be fine). Both are probably suitable more for earlier periods, i.e. 1-3, as the sentences are fairly simple.
"Midway through the journey of our life, I found myself within a dark wood, for the right way had been lost."


Here is a worksheet for this lesson.




A couple of games/activities that require no PPT

Fill a bag with the kid’s stuff and have them pull it out of the bag and ask “whose ___ is this?” the person it belongs to says “It’s mine.” Then the class says “It’s his/hers”

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.

also I have a PPT for a donald duck cartoon.  The kids like it.  Who doesn't like to watch cartoons in school.  The PPT reviews pronouns before watching the youtube clip.  here is the address incase the link doesn't work in the PPT.

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


  • skofeteacher
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    • March 02, 2011, 08:34:45 am
    • Suwon, South Korea
Hey guys, book mark this site....  And at the beginning of every Lesson (Chapter) check the site and see if there's a pertaining video for that Lesson.
These are  "Gogo's" cartoon, each about 5-6 minutes long, teaching some aspect of English.  It's perfect for our classes.   (Except they speak that funny accent  ;)   )

http://english4room.info/eng/software/education/120-gogos-adventures-with-english.html

You can also find them on youtube by just searching for gogo's and the # of the video.


Now, I know it's pretty slow on waygook with the amount of materials that are being posted, but fear not... after a couple months, once people learn how to make games and whatnot,  there will be such an onslaught of bomb games, etc... being uploaded, that you can  literally plan the entire chapter's lessons, all in one shot.
Hang in there teachers.


  • angel_kaye13
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    • May 17, 2010, 01:00:29 pm
    • Cheonan, South Korea
Here's the last thing I have for this lesson, it's a Lucky Wheel game. Not sure how I did with the questions, so PLEASE feel free to re-word them or change as you see fit. I was trying to stay within the parameters of the key vocabulary and key sentences, so...it got a little hairy, trying to be creative. ;-)

"Midway through the journey of our life, I found myself within a dark wood, for the right way had been lost."


  • aharvey4
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    • March 02, 2012, 09:01:19 am
    • Busan, South Korea
Listening game:  4 corners with teams
Use the picture cards on p201.  There are 8.  Make a team for each card.  So, for example, the students in team "notebook" should each be holding the picture of the notebook.  Place 4 book characters on the walls.  The teams split up and choose a book character to stand under.  Then, randomly assign each item to a character.  Read the sentences, such as, "Whose umbrella is this?  It's Minu's."  Then, if any of team "umbrella" is standing under the picture of Minu, they hold up their cards and get one point for each person.  Do that for all the items, then allow the students to find a new place to stand and repeat.

Speaking game:
Give each student two small squares of paper.  Each student should choose 2 items from the vocabulary and draw them.  Then, group the students.  In each group, the students put their drawings face down in the middle.  Each student is trying to guess who drew each picture.  If they guess correctly, they take that picture out of the middle and keep it as a point.  The 1st student will choose a picture from the middle, and say "Whose ____ is it?  Is it yours?" as he/she indicates another student in the group.  The other student then says "Yes, it is" or "No, it isn't."  Students should be careful not to let other students see their drawings before the game begins.

Also, here's a short "Whose is it" ppt.

I used the speaking game for my first period and it was a hit! Thanks for the great idea, I love it when my kids feel confident using the target language.