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  • sheila
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Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« on: April 29, 2015, 12:27:59 pm »
This is a thread for any lesson material for Judy Yin (전재교육 2015 edition) Middle School English 3 Lesson 5: Friends Forever. 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.  Best of luck in your lesson planning!
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  • Dixie Wolf
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2015, 07:57:07 am »
For chapter 5 I've decided to do both L&S sections in one lesson because I still have speaking tests and review lessons to get through and frankly there isn't much to go on.

So, for L&S1 I will go through the bookwork, having pairs present the Speak Out section to the class. Then we'll play naughts and crosses. Ss use the grid to make a dialogue by deciding where they want to put their naught or cross. So, student A will be 'angry' to put down their symbol and student B will be sympathetic and then they swop. Rinse and repeat. Present on the board with a volunteer student or coteacher and then split them into pairs. The worksheet has 3 games for them to play.

L&S2, I'll do the bookwork again and then I'm using a game someone else posted to the At the School Festival grade 1 chapter (Also Judy Yin). It's a minesweeper game. Split the class into two teams. For each round two Ss from one team come up. Student A is disappointed and Student B is sympathetic. They either get points or a bomb. Then it's the other team's turn. Rinse repeat.

Hope it helps.


  • xenal
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2015, 09:18:03 pm »
This is my Listen & Speak 1 intro. I showed them a Mr. Bean video, but it's around 10 minutes, so it's up to you if you want to make it shorter. I showed them 30s - 5:40 then 6:15-end. I attached the video just in case it gets removed from youtube.

In the same ppt, I included a game that most of my students enjoyed. My former CT called it, "One Voice," in which 4-5 students (from different teams) come to the front and each of them is given a word. They must all say their word at the same time and their team members have to form a sentence with all the words. First team to guess the sentence gets one point. Sometimes listening to all 5 students speak at the same time is hard, so after a few tries, I asked students 1-3 to speak. Then students 3-5. Or, students 1,3,5, etc... Sometimes I also mixed the order of the words. E.g. S1=upset S2=made S3=What S4=so S5=you, and those ones were 2 points.


  • themoge
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2015, 09:37:11 am »
Here's a game I made for Listen & Speak 1:

I edited  RufusW's excellent "pass the bomb" base template to create a reading game:
Pass a ball around the classroom, and have two students at a time make the dialogue that is on the screen, then they pass the ball to the next two people, going in some sort of zigzag line around your classroom. Click on the "next" button on the powerpoint slide to bring up the dialogue for the next pair of students. When the bomb goes off, the two students that were doing that dialogue are eliminated! and play continues without them.

Hope this helps!


  • themoge
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #4 on: June 19, 2015, 01:49:54 pm »
And here's what I did for Listen & Speak 2 (overview PPT, and game)

The overview PPT is done in 올리버's style since he uses such a beautiful format (thank you so much for all those PPT's that you have posted!). Translations are all straight from the book, so they should be legit.

The Connect 4 game should be pretty straightforward. The first few slides are for practicing the dialogue needed to drop a game piece in that slot.
Use slide 9 to explain the game rules, slide 10 to play the game together as a class, or print slide 11 for the students to play in pairs.


  • Kingeudey
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #5 on: June 22, 2015, 09:54:45 am »
Here's one I just whipped together.
Seems as boring as the day is long (the chapter), but maybe because I think I just got doing similar stuff with my other school in another book or same school different grade.
Unsure.
I think I've reached the doldrums.


  • Dixie Wolf
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #6 on: June 26, 2015, 07:27:52 am »
Since there is no review link open for this grade, I'm just going to post what I've done the past 2 weeks here.

The first is a textbook review game. Basically you split the class into groups and make sure every student has their textbook. Each question requires them to find an answer directly from the textbook and write it down on a blank white page/ whiteboard - whatever's your preference. One of my rules is that they have to write the page number, forcing them to actually find the answer and not just go from memory which puts the kids with high level students at a huge advantage. Anyway I run the point system as follows. If there are 5 groups the group that finishes first gets 5 points, second 4, third 3, fourth 2 and fifth 1. There are also bonus rounds in which the first team that finishes ONLY gets some kind of prize - points, steal or switch. The kids get pretty into it.

And this week I've just been doing your standard bomb game. Sprite's Batman template. They love it. No real explanation needed except to say that almost all the answers are directly from the textbook except a couple which I addressed in my lessons. So just check that your kids will be able to answer 'em.


Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #7 on: June 23, 2016, 12:55:05 pm »
Battleships Game.

Students can follow the dialogue on page 93. I threw 'my cat' in there even though it's silly.


  • Kappymarie
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Re: Lesson 5: Friends Forever
« Reply #8 on: December 12, 2019, 10:57:45 am »
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