2015 Gr 5 Cheonjae 2 – Lesson 3: Where’s the museum?

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    My materials:
    -Bugs vs Elmer: I think one of the best things I’ve made, Elmer chases Bugs Bunny around various locations (airport, supermarket) and students fill in prepositions on a worksheet keyed to moments in the story.
    -Lesson 2-2 dialogue fill-in sheet
    -Map activity, with worksheet (2 per page) or combination with dialgoue 2-2
    -Preposition warm-up PPT with interesting photos and a sentence describing each, preposition to be filled in.
    -warm-up with Korean personalities, fill in the missing prepositions
    -Puppy game: guess where the little girl’s puppy has run off to, being sure to make correct sentences
    -Shops: pics of different kinds of shops and places (police station, flower shop) are mostly obscured by colored boxes, which gradually disappear. Each team earns points according to how quickly they can name the place.
    -Dragon’s Lair game, teams are in two pairs to decode and write the messages that will help them find the dragon’s lair and treasure within. Very fun.
    -Secret spy handshake, full instructions included.
    -Place Your Bets, a lot of fun and a solid reading/grammar activity, instructions included

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    I have made some changes in the Bugs vs Elmer and Dragon’s Lair activities I posted above. I have re-upped them here.

    Also attaching a “Conan Detective” hidden stars-style writing game I found.

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