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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #40 on: October 15, 2010, 10:31:59 am »
My co-teacher came up with a game that the class loved, but we only played for about 5min. It was a Zombie game.
1.) students put their heads down and closed their eyes. the teacher went around and chose 2 zombies and 2 doctors
2.) students went around the room whispering 'What do you want to do?'
     if they were human they could answer anything 'I want to _____'
     if they were a zombie they had to say 'I want to die'
     if they were a doctor they had to say 'I want to help zombies'
3.) if a human met a zombie, then he became a zombie.
     if a zombie met a doctor, then he became human.
     if a human met a doctor, he became a doctor.
     if a doctor met a zombie, he became human
   
(it all depends who asks first, because they usually reciprocate the question. make sure you do examples so they understand)


  • SuprD3vil
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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #41 on: October 15, 2010, 01:20:50 pm »
« Last Edit: October 15, 2010, 02:06:21 pm by SuprD3vil »


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #42 on: October 15, 2010, 02:55:43 pm »
Here's a review worksheet :)


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Adapted from Rick Teacher's great game. I just added numbers for choosing questions and changed points a little. On the monster slides you can click one time to see the scoring information. On some of the candy slides, there are some candies that are visible. Wait for the ghost to appear to get the final total.

Thanks Rick and other teachers for the images and animation for the question slides. Kerry


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #44 on: October 18, 2010, 12:35:35 pm »
teacherjenni had a fantastic idea with the zombie game!

i put it into PPT format so i could explain the rules to students with visuals.

i also changed the zombie dialogue from "i want to die" to "i want to eat brains". a little more family friendly for my kids maturity level

great for halloween season!


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #45 on: October 19, 2010, 06:41:55 am »
Storytelling for this Chapter. Plus, u question review game at the end.


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #46 on: October 19, 2010, 07:05:41 am »
The Cat Stevens song is a great song - but there are several instances where one of the stick figures is smoking.  I know that's a problem in my school - so I'm not going to show anything where anyone (animated or not) is smoking.


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #47 on: October 19, 2010, 11:08:17 am »
I did another version of the zombie game rules because my class is really, really low level and with these types of games they get confused if there is too much talking and not enough pictures. Also, since the class is small (6 students), I find they cheat if I verbally say which student is which, so I use cards, which I have also attached a sheet of as a JPG.

Also, most of my clip art on powerpoint/publisher stopped working, so I used poorly drawn bitmap images to illustrate my stuff :).


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #48 on: October 20, 2010, 10:32:27 am »
guess what game with funny pictures. Practise.


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #49 on: October 20, 2010, 01:08:21 pm »
I know everyone is probably done with this lesson by now, but in case you're not, here's a great activity that my co-teacher came up with.  We watched the trailer for the upcoming movie, "The Bucket List," and explained to the students what a Bucket List is and then had them make their own.  Here is the format of the paper we gave out.  We asked the kids to create their own bucket list then ask their friends and write down what their friends want to do (this gives them practice saying "he wants to..." and "she wants to..."

The kids really seemed to like the activity because it allowed them to be creative, but it was rather challening for a lot of them.  This would be a good activity for higher level students!


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #50 on: October 20, 2010, 02:11:27 pm »
Another version of someone else's post. Click the boxes and they slowly reveal a picture to be guessed. Good for practice, can be used as a game if a point system is added.
Slightly easier than the other post.


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #51 on: October 20, 2010, 04:00:30 pm »
Blankfill lyrics for Aerosmith's "I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing."  I used this with an adult class, not with Grade 6, but another teacher mentioned wanting to use this song for this lesson. 




EDIT:  Sorry, I attached a file for a different song.  I'm leaving it up, since some people seem to want it as well, but I've now attached the COMPLETE lyrics for Don't Wanna Miss a Thing, as well as the blankfill.
« Last Edit: October 22, 2010, 03:30:31 pm by teacher_del »


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #52 on: October 22, 2010, 03:34:02 pm »
I'm having my kids do a celebrity interview project.  Each group has an interviewer and some stars.  The interviewer asks "what do you want to do?" questions and the stars answer.  The students wrote their interviews this week and will perform them next week.  Here is my super-rough lesson plan and the handout I gave to the students. 



(Yes, I know I'm missing one member of Big Bang.  My biggest student group is five, so one interviewer plus four stars.  Also, I apologize for the artifacting in the header image.  Next time, I'll remember to save it as a PNG!)


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #53 on: October 25, 2010, 11:16:32 am »
I debated whether or not even trying to explain this was worth it, but I made a Prezi anyways to try to explain to the kids that you don't say things like "I want to soccer" or "I want to Hiking." Haven't used it just yet, but let me know if you got any feedback. I know for the "go" ones you can simplify it by saying "I want to run" or "I want to fish" but I thought it was important to try and let them know how to say it with the -ing ending. Hopefully it's helpful.

http://prezi.com/qwecuoombaqb/play-go-do/
« Last Edit: October 25, 2010, 11:19:46 am by Tayscaggs »


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #54 on: October 25, 2010, 11:30:49 am »
Simple game but my low level rural school students had lots of fun with it.  Again, I've only tried it on one group so may or may nor work so well elsewhere.

Each student is provided with a whiteboard, a marker and eraser.

Pre-teach: I want to dance/sing/play baseball/play the piano or whatever vocabulary you want.

The teacher and students write down what they want to do in secret (don't show anybody, whisper or gesture it to anybody else or you are out of the game)  Then the teacher tells the students to say 'what do you want to do?' repeat it a few times by saying 'sorry, i can't hear you?' and then they stand up and say 'I want to ....' and you show your board 'I want to dance' if the student has the same as you they either get a point or are out of the game (depending on how you want to play the game).

Again, it's really simple but effective.


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #55 on: October 28, 2010, 11:26:00 pm »
Last minute 11.4 Simpsons Halloween Bombish Game. If anyone else is stilllllllll on this lesson like us!


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #56 on: December 03, 2010, 02:07:58 pm »
I played this at the beginning of the unit. It was pretty successful (and quiet!)

Action Relay Race
1.   Three or four lines
2.   All students face forward except the last student in each line.
3.   Teacher shows the last students an action card.
4.   Student taps the next person up on the shoulder and demonstrates the action WITHOUT TALKING.
5.   This goes down the line. When it reaches the front, the first student has to say the action in a sentence: I want to dance.
6.   First student who says it correctly gets the point.


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #57 on: December 08, 2010, 01:06:35 pm »
I started the lesson by reviewing lesson 10, they had to find someone who... For a speaking activity they received a sentence card with something they want to do. They had to find the rest of their group. Then we played Pictionary and I gave them a book review to do. In lesson 2 we only played games - hangman, bingo, speed reading and the bomb game.
Use Burst my bubble font.
Enjoy!
« Last Edit: April 11, 2011, 11:43:46 am by complex303 »


Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #58 on: March 12, 2011, 08:44:33 pm »
TWO STORIES:
Eric Carle, "The Very Busy Spider" includes the question "do you want to ...?"
"I want to be a cowgirl" includes "I want / don't want to be ..."
(Please note that I have uploaded a new version of "The Very Busy Spider", which includes worksheets at the end.)

A GAME:
A fun PPT game to play in teams with the whole class. It is based on "the Very Busy Spider" story. Students practice the verbs from the story as well as adding an "s" in the third person - s/he wants and I / you want. I used the "Pirates of the Classroom" grid game template.

« Last Edit: August 25, 2011, 03:36:37 pm by Amy Rodulfo »


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Re: Grade 6 Lesson 11 - "What do you want to do?"
« Reply #59 on: April 07, 2011, 01:24:01 pm »
A writing intensive worksheet for lesson 11. Ss match the person with the activity, then write the question and answer.