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Re: 2014 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 3. I'm Happy
« Reply #60 on: April 21, 2017, 12:26:50 pm »
I wanted to use an activity that got the kids to speak to each other a little so I made the how are you ppt? I named this the happy game (because it sounded more fun:). Students are given a card and divided into 2 teams. On each team there will be three students who get the sick card. One student from a team (which team goes first is up to you) will stand up. They get three guesses. They have to pick three students and ask 'how are you?'. The objective is to find the three students who are sick. If you don't find all three of the sick students then a student from the other team stands up and asks 3 students from the opposing team.

I also included doctor emotion cards which you need to print out, laminate and cut up.

There's also a sesame street video I found somewhere on waygook and a doraemon bomb which I also found on waygook but updated slightly. There are still a few phrases which aren't really lesson vocabulary so you can change those if you'd like. Hopefully this is helpful :).


Re: 2014 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 3. I'm Happy
« Reply #61 on: April 27, 2017, 01:20:59 pm »
This is a speaking activity I adapted from a ppt I found in an old 5th grade book.

Each student gets a card (I'm sleepy, I'm fine etc.)
Students stand up and ask 'how are you?'
Students need to find people with the same card and make a team.
Next, on the back of the card is a letter. They have to work together to spell a word (e.g F-I-N-E, H-U-N-G-R-Y)
If they're right they get a point :)

It can be tricky altering it based on class numbers so it's a good idea to have a few word combinations prepared so you can change it based on how many students are there.


Re: 2014 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 3. I'm Happy
« Reply #62 on: April 27, 2017, 03:27:45 pm »
4th Period
  • Good mornings, review with the ppt including having students raise their hands after forming the Are you~~~? questions
  • Explain the title of the show time story
  • Watch the Disney The Little Matchgirl short http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22k1co_the-little-matchgirl-2006-hq_shortfilms
  • Intro the characters from the textbook. Listen to the textbook story. Ask what did you hear? then Listen and repeat.
  • Cloze activity with the story text, listening and going line by line.
  • Listen and repeat or read together again.
  • Some students wanted to act it out so I let a few groups do that.
  • Then Check Up :))

There's also a Word Lotto in the PPT but I didnt have time to get through it.


  • wmh005
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Re: 2014 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 3. I'm Happy
« Reply #63 on: May 26, 2017, 10:49:32 am »
Cheers!!

Here is a Secret Code game for Period 1 focusing on listening. Say each sentence and student write down the matching number. It helps to review about two or three times before you play and for each slide.

After they read the code there is a GIF that match one of the key expressions. Have one student answer and then repeat as a whole class.
 
Have fun!


  • busybrainn
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Re: 2014 Grade 4 Cheonjae 1 - 3. I'm Happy
« Reply #64 on: April 15, 2019, 02:22:58 pm »
This is a Pokemon themed feelings PPT I made for this lesson that only has the vocabulary. I included translations, but you might want to double check them with your co. I hope it's useful!
I'm also going to add the worksheet that goes with the PPT. It's very basic. I have my students write the translation, but they can also write the word in English to practice spelling.
I included the Read & Talk section of the book on the worksheet as well.
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