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Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« on: August 20, 2015, 10:33:08 am »
This is a thread for any lesson material for Judy Yin (전재교육 2015 edition) Middle School English 3 Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler. 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!
« Last Edit: August 20, 2015, 10:35:48 am by nzer-in-gyeongnam »
"It's better to have tried and failed, than never to have tried at all!"
Teach this to your students... they'll thank you for it later!


  • amreeves
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    • February 01, 2014, 10:23:18 am
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2015, 03:31:43 pm »
Listen and Speak Part 1.

Tried to get through this one quickly for the production game. Played English Battleship. A GREAT speaking game, that always surprises me with how well it goes over. Definitely can't play it a LOT, but it goes well when I do.

I also attached a game of MINGLE BINGO as well, which I was going to use as a back up activity.

There are a few more alternate games in the ppt. I always have trouble deciding and knowing what my picky Grade 3s will like.

There's a "ask the teacher" game and a "chair dash" game.

Enjoy!


  • TayRSA
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2015, 08:20:31 am »
This lesson plan is AMAZING! Best lesson plan I've seen online for this textbook. Well done and thank you  :smiley:


  • yamloaf
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #3 on: September 05, 2016, 11:41:36 am »
Speak Out 1 - Have you ever ... ?

Presented the targeted language with the powerpoint and then we played Mingle Bingo (see ppt and handout).

Next activity for A class was Picture-Sentence. Each students writes a sentence and then hands the sentences to the student behind them. That student draws a picture. Then they fold the sentence over and give just the picture to the student behind them. That student writes a sentence based off the picture, etc. It was really funny how some of them changed.

For B class, we played "pass the bomb" speeding reading game.  They were in groups of 6. Each group had one piece of paper with a list of questions on it. The first student would read one question and then pass the paper to the next student. That student would read the next question and then pass. Whoever is holder the paper when the timer goes off (google "bomb timer") is out. Continue playing until each group has one winner.

And for the 3rd activity, we played Change Chairs. Students pushed their desks aside and made a big circle with their chairs. I started in the middle and asked "Have you ever visited Busan?" or "Have you ever watched Zootopia?" And I told the student who said "yes" to stand up and switch their chairs. But then I sat in one of the chairs, which left a new student in the middle. I took the chair away that I sat in and let the students continue playing.



  • yamloaf
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #4 on: September 05, 2016, 11:50:05 am »
Speak Out 2- Opinions

This was my A level lesson, and they are pretty motivated high-level students.

First I elicited my students opinions for "What do you think of listening to music while studying?" and "What do you think of owning a pet?" I wrote out what they said on the board and stressed that I wanted their opinion and why- at least two sentences.

Then I gave them the handout and got them to write out their opinions on Korean students learning English and students dying their hair. And then they had to write their own question. Some students actually ran out of space.

Then I made them interview (back of handout) three different students and make jot notes of their interviewees answers.

Students gave me their handouts when they were finished. I noticed they work harder when I make them hand their stuff in, even if it still doesn't go towards their mark.

And then we played the Whispers in the last 10 minutes of class. I showed each student at the end of each row of desks a sentence and they had to whisper it to the person in front of them, who whispers it in front of them, etc and the person in the front of the row writes it down.

I am currently planning out a B level lesson- it will be less challenging and probably include a more fun activity.


  • cmteacher
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    • October 17, 2016, 03:09:18 pm
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #5 on: April 13, 2017, 12:36:14 pm »
GRADE 3, UNIT 6 (Listen & Speak)

This is for Listen & Speak 2.

Warm-up: Older/younger game. Not relevant to lesson at all, but it wakes them up.
Review: last week
Learn: New expressions.
Textbook: parts A and B
Worksheet: Unscramble the key expressions. Agree/Disagree with the statement. Give your own opinion. My kids are relatively high level and go through activities fast, so that's why I had to include this worksheet. It's been helpful for them so far.
Speaking practice: They practice the key expressions.
Game: UNO! Takes some prep (~40 minutes cutting) but worth it as it gets them speaking. I included instructions, but most seemed familiar with the game already. They seemed to enjoy it and I gave stickers to the winners. You definitely have to monitor and make sure they're actually reading the cards.

Hope this helps someone!


  • kimchikiwi
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2017, 01:34:43 pm »
Not my post but someone posted some ideas for Listen and Speak 1 (Have you ever)
http://www.waygook.org/index.php/topic,52840.0.html


  • dorond
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    • August 22, 2017, 03:18:11 pm
Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2017, 01:20:46 pm »
Hi everyone, I'm brand new to teaching and need to teach this unit shortly. I love the excellent presentions by amreeves and cmteacher above, however i'm trying to understand when the lesson plan includes Textbook: parts A and B, what teaching is exactly happening in that space?

Are you running the lessons that come from the CD? Are you literally going through the textbook and modelling the dialog etc. with the co-teacher? How much time is being spent on that textbook section? Most of the presentations have something like "turn to page 120" and then the next slides are the follow-on activities. 

I'm just trying to understand how it's taught and how it forms part of the bigger lesson plan.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated


Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #8 on: August 25, 2017, 11:50:57 am »
Hello dorond!

So, this is probably not going to be what you want to hear, but it's entirely up to you and your co-teacher on how you want to structure the lesson. My co-teachers don't have a lot of input in my lessons because they are more worried about their classes without me. So, what I end up doing is using the listen and speak parts as a lesson guide. I take out the key phrases and I look for activities based on those key phrases. I haven't used the book activities (the actual activities in the textbook pages) with my middle schoolers. With my elementary school students, I will use the book because that's what my co-teacher wants for me to do. But for my middle schoolers, my lesson is usually structured with a powerpoint with the key phrases. Then, I have two activities that have them using the targeted language.

You can try the textbook pages if you would like but the activities aren't always the best that the textbook has you do, and won't usually take up the full 45 minutes of a class. Which is why you see powerpoints with small sections dedicated to them and then other activities. As far as actual teaching of the material, in my situation, I'm not the one who teaches them that information, they have already learned it in the class with my co-teachers. I'm only there to reinforce that part of the textbook that my co-teachers have already taught. I don't teach new grammar information unless my co-teacher asks me too.

For example, today I worked with my 3rd grade middle schoolers on the listen and speak part 1 of this section. I had them go over a powerpoint with a conversation and had them change the parts that they read for as a class.  Which took all of about 5 minutes. They already knew all the information when they came into my class. Then we played a guessing game using some game cards that I made (15 minutes). After that we played the game fruits basket, which was posted as the game "change chairs." (15 minutes) I left about 10 minutes in there for explaining both of the games, sometimes my students catch on quickly and they have more activity time or it takes a couple tries for them to understand. It was a really simple lesson but the students used a lot of the targeted language. Which is what the aim of those sections in the textbook wants them to do.

I hope this helps, sorry! I know it's really long! I'll attach my powerpoint and stuff so you can see. It's really simple, but the activities take a little while to complete, and the last activity is very simple but takes up a good amount of time and students love it.

PS - For my game cards, I printed out slide 1 and 2 as half-size sheets in adobe, then cut the paper in half to save some paper. Also slide 3 is the game cards, and you need game cards for each group. So, if you have a group of five then you have to have five copies of that sheet cut out for them.


  • dorond
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    • August 22, 2017, 03:18:11 pm
Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #9 on: August 28, 2017, 09:59:12 am »
thanks so much hiragardless!

I think my co-t wants me to teach the textbook L& S sections, so im allocating 30 mins to that and the remainder being for an activity, explanations and pre-teaching of any concepts, vocab or grammar. Quite tricky in the beginning to make sense of everything, but waygook resources at least allow one to infer how to properly structure a lesson, with and without the textbook.


  • zapata
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    • March 09, 2017, 09:15:38 am
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #10 on: September 04, 2017, 12:44:33 pm »
This is for the second part of Chapter 6.

I'm planning on using a lot of class time on playing a very simple version of "Apples to Apples." Basically, there are adjective and noun cards and the players pick which noun card goes best with the adjective card.

The cards are attached and as I have really low level kids, I did very visual instructions of the game in my PowerPoint.


Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #11 on: September 14, 2017, 11:38:09 am »


Hey Doron, what I do is have the students read the dialogues. Nothing fancy. It's ok for some of the class to be boring textbook reading. One student is A and one is B. They read the dialogue, then I choose another pair until they've read all the options (changing the blue highlighted words for the other options below) in different pairs. They read loudly for the whole class, then receive a stamp on their stamp board, which I have scaffolded into a larger rewards system. If it's the same 3-4 students every time, I call on someone quiet and make them read, and still give them a stamp.


  • aninavr
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    • August 28, 2017, 07:21:06 pm
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #12 on: November 30, 2017, 12:01:53 pm »
I thought I would finally upload some of my lesson plans. Most are generated from other waygooks and then edited to my style. Shout out to the other waygooks for helping me! :D 

My classes are 10-15 minutes of the textbook using a computer program for it and then a little bit more review and then a game.

Hope you like them and that they're helpful!

Cheers,


  • Elly Kim
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    • January 02, 2013, 01:27:50 pm
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #13 on: August 31, 2018, 02:55:37 pm »
This materials are so useful for students! Thank you :)


  • josieb93
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    • August 29, 2018, 03:11:06 pm
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #14 on: November 16, 2018, 11:58:07 am »
This lesson plan is heavily based on all the others found in this thread on waygook. I just tweaked it a little bit to suit my classes.
In my class, the teacher has already been teaching the chapter, so it's really me just giving them extra time to practise it.
Also, it needs to be noted that I only have 6 students in this class.
Lesson 1
Practise key expression with pp
Activity 1: -Worksheets-First worksheet was changing the tenses, make to made, play to played ect. The second worksheet was to match the action with the activity. Students then had to create three of their own, 'have you ever' sentences and ask three classmates for a response.
Activity 2: Always a fun but difficult concept to explain. The explanation of the game in the pp is only so-so. I am also attaching an updated, stand-alone explanation of battleships.


  • Kappymarie
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #15 on: December 12, 2019, 10:52:40 am »
6.1


  • Kappymarie
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Re: Lesson 6: Be a Good Traveler
« Reply #16 on: December 12, 2019, 10:54:03 am »
6.2