Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Jigsaw Reading

1. Movie Quiz (Ice-Breaking with Word Art)
: Read the keywords quickly and guess the movie title.

2. Share Your Ideas with Guessing
: Look at the three pictures carefully and guess the answers for the questions.
- What country do they from?
- Why do you think so?
- What are they doing?

3. Jigsaw Reading
: Read their own text in an expert group and report to the home group
: Record the information on the graphic organizer

4. Share Your Ideas with Voting
: Talk about which movie Ss will watch next class and vote one.


Reading class(Guessing game, Station Activity, Ticket to the door)

1. Introduction : Guessing Game
- Giving 5 clues related to a topic. Show one by one.
- If ss get a right answer with less clues, they can get more point.

2. Whlie- and after-reading activity : A Station Activity

3. Ticket to the door : Completing a Flight Ticket

TD #3 : 2 Acronyms & 1 Antonym, Class Feud

Activity 1: 2 Acronyms & 1 Antonym
(Originated from True and False Definition @UQ)

- Distribute worksheet with target word in pairs.


- Ask each pair to find 2 synonyms and 1 antonym at thesaurus.com.
- Take turns in pairs to ask other groups to guess the antonym.

Activity 2: Class Feud
(Inspired by Family Feud from Noel's class)

- Make students in 2 groups.
- Each group takes turns and guess Top 7 most common teenage problems.
- If a team gets the 1st correct, the team gets 7 score. 2nd, 6pts. 3rd, 5pts. .... 7th. 1pt. 
- With those items, students can involve in writing activity.

Vocabulary Spinner

1. Give a set of cards and a spinner to each group.
2. Students flick the arrow in the middle of the spinner and flip one card over.
3. Students have to do or say as the arrow indicates.

Review the last semester

* Worksheet (☜ Click) : Students review what they learned during the first semester with the worksheet

  1. Functions - to apologize, to ask meaning, to ask permission, to give advice, and so on
  2. Forms - tell O to R, that, to-infinitive(adj. & adv.), have pp, comparative, too ~ to R, relative pronoun, and so on

* Card game (☜ Click)

  1. There are two sets of cards: categories & words
  2. Put the category set on the table (face down)
  3. Make groups of 4
  4. Each student has 7 word cards
  5. Put the rest of word cards on the table facing down
  6. Students flip one category card at a time and make a sentence with the word on their cards in turn
  7. If s/he makes a proper sentence with their card, they can put their card on the word card set on the table
  8. If s/he can’t make a proper sentence with his/her card, s/he should pick up one card from the table and pass the turn
  9. The person who abandons his/her word cards will be the winner

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Language Through Film

This class is "Language through Film". Students watch this movie for 10 minutes and then dictate while listening. The final step is a game activity which is called "board game". It is a group work and students need dice, question cards and board game.
Excel file

Into the Sea of English Songs

Google Slides
This song lesson is combined with kinesthetic elements to memorize and remember English songs  longer making a group of students create a music video for each song.