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December 28, 2018 at 1:04 pm #3236
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November 8, 2019 at 1:35 pm #4185
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Here are my materials:
-vocab intro, decent pics of various occupations
-tools of the trade presentation, w 2 rounds of matching
-“I want to be a …” reading game, each team has a slide w 4 sentences, all teams write the profession described on a whiteboard
-writing activity, students write three sentences about a person in their notebook, matching up info in three columns (instructions included)
-odd jobs presentation, if you have a few extra minutes, interesting and unusual jobs, like chocolate taster and mall Santa
-quiz game on alphabet theme
-two warm-ups: who’s missing, and rebus puzzles
A shout-out to Peter Weatherall’s “People in my Town” song, with video by Nowon Elementary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Khqj_G6bk60
December 13, 2019 at 3:29 pm #4289
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Telepathy Roulette: (an excellent idea borrowed from another teacher)
-Students are in groups and pass their notebooks around as music plays. The music stops and sentences are revealed. Each person must write 1 sentence in whichever notebook they have.
-The teacher then reveals points for each sentence and they jot that down next to the sentence too.
-Music resumes, passing notebooks resumes. Continue passing and writing for as many rounds.
-To finish the game, everyone in the group get their notebook back, tallies the points and highest number points = winner in that group.
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November 10, 2022 at 4:19 pm #7486
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Here is the new crossword puzzle format. Ss can answer in notebook, but more fun to use the 2-per-page worksheet. A student volunteers to pick a number, teacher clicks to show the picture clue, Ss write the vocab word in the correct place in the puzzle. Read the instructions before using in class.
I also added red squares that make a scrambled bonus word for Ss to work out.
The kids like it.
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