Thursday, August 8, 2019

TD#3) Words Starting with A~Z (윷놀이 game)


Name: Sora                                                   Grade Level: 4~5

Topic/Lesson Title : Finding words starting with A~Z / Alphabet Yunnori Game

Language Skills: Writing, reading


<How To Play 윷놀이>

1. Choose markers for each team.
2. Determine turns to play.
3. Roll the dice.
4. Move the marker as much as the spot of the dice.
5. Look at the alphabet written there. Write a word starting with that letter on the board, and read it.
6. If you come back to the starting point, you win!
* If you have 6 or catch other team’s marker, you can roll the dice once again.


Monday, July 29, 2019

TD#3 Jin&Lily Popsong and Cinquain Poem

1. Procedures
 1) Greeting(3')
 2) Listening to a popsong "Everything at Once" (3')
 3) Kahoot with "Everything at Once" (5')
 4) About Cinquain Poem and examples (10')
 5) Writing their own team Cinquain Poem (13')
6) Presenting their own Cinquain poem and answering the titles(6')
7) Relay as~as phrase (5')

2. Materials
1) Kahoot game
https://create.kahoot.it/share/everything-at-once/cfb33c1d-672f-4632-8c65-c99accf47a1e


2) Google Slide for writing


3. Comments
 1) When teachers apply "Kahoot" program, we should think about how the Internet connection is possible before the class.
 2) When teachers make teams, using students' interest such as( Chicken brand, Fast food and so on) is good to help students engage in the class.

Follow Your Dreams



Teacher : Bella, Lia
Topic :  dreams, future careers, business cards, bucket lists
Sources : Kahoot, career related class, making future plans
Language Skills : speaking, listening, writing

Learning Objective

 1. Students will be able to introduce their dreams and goals.

 2. Students will be able to make their own future business cards.

 3. Students will be able to write a bucket list for making their dreams come true.


Materials / Tools : Kahoot, ppt, paper, color pencils, color pens, mobile device, hand-out


Activity #1
Guess Who? (motivation)


Students guess whose business card it is.




Activity #2
Making Future Business Card

Students make their future business card on a blank paper.
They should include their name, nickname(English name), hobby or favorites,
company name, job position, and why they chose that company(job position).
Students share their business card.



Activity #3
Writing a Bucket List for their Dream

Students think about what they should do to achieve their dream.
They write 3 goals(plans) they want to achieve during this program, including abroad internship and 3 goals(plans) they will do after this program.
Students take turns and read a bucket list(randomly selected ones) and other students guess who wrote the bucket list.



PPT :

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Teaching Demo3

Name: Karen      Grade Level: 3rd grade in a high school

Topic/Lesson Title: self-introduction

Source of Inspiration/ Experimental Goal : Learning How to Introduce Themselves

Language Skills: Listening, Speaking

Activities: Learning new words by quizlet, Listening to some well-known people's self                  introductions, Drawing a portrait of your partner without looking at the paper,
              Learning words about personality, Asking introduction questions each other,
              Guessing whose introduction it is. Wrap up(by quizizz)


Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Text & Voice by HelloTalk


Teacher Name:  Julia (Kim, Hyeon-Ju )                                       

 Grade Level:  Seniors in Busan National Mechanical Technical High School


   



Topic/Lesson Title: 
My favorite movie

Source of Inspiration/ Experimental Goal:



Learning English based on HelloTalk App


Language Skills:
Writing and speaking 


Learning Objective:  
(What will learners know or be able to do after your lesson?)
Ss can practice English by leaving text and recording voice from smartphones.
Ss can communicate with people from other countries online. 
Ss can explain about  their favorite movie.


Teaching Development Goals:
(What do you hope to learn and/or accomplish as an educator? 
Which criteria will you be focusing on improving)
To be able to teach English by app-based activities


Materials/Tools
- HelloTalk      - PPT  

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Visual Thinking Teaching Demonstration


Name: Ella (Moon Hee-eun)
Grade Level: Middle School 2nd grade
Textbook: Dong-A

Topic : Visual Thinking

Lesson Title: Lesson 4. The Amazing World of Animals (Reading)


Source of Inspiration/ Experimental GoalNow, we’re living in the world of image. Before starting the ‘Reading’ part of this lesson, students can figure out the main idea and some key information of the text through visual thinking activity.


Language Skills: reading, writing, listening and speaking


Learning Objective: After this class, students will be able to...
1. visualize the content of the text through simple drawing
2. guess some key information with the pictures of other groups
3. complete the text by filling in in the blanks.


Teaching Development Goals:
Rather than having students read the text directly without any preparation, I’d rather do some pre-reading activities for making them prepared to read the text in detail. With visual thinking method, which needs collaborating with others, I want my students to get the gist and some key information from the text.


Materials/Tools
Textbook, worksheet for practicing visualization(individual), worksheet for visual thinking(group), colored pens, PPT slides


Detailed Procedure
(1) Opening & Warm-up Students solve some questions which are helpful for guessing today’s topic(animals) with Kahoot.

(2) Introducing learning objectives 
Read Today’s learning objectives together.

(3) What is visual thinking?
Teacher shows some pictures and a short video clip which are related to visual thinking. Through this, students can figure out the importance of visual images nowadays.

(4) Let’s practice visualizing!
T gives students a worksheet for practicing drawing for visualization. On the worksheet, there are some simplified pictures for practicing visualization.

(5) Let’s start reading.
T shows the first part of the text to the students, and students read it aloud. T assigns each animal to each group and explain what they are going to do briefly.

(6) Visualizing(10 mins)
Each group reads their part of reading carefully, and visualize the content of the paragraph. For this, they should express as much information as they can. Also, they should not use any English text.

(7) Guessing and Writing(3 mins for each paragraph)
With the visualized text of other groups, each group makes a guess the detailed information of the text that they did not read. After that, they fill in the blanks to complete the text.

(8) Check the answers togetherStudents check the answers together with PPT slides. T gives points for both good guessing and good drawing.

(9) Wrap up T shows the video clip about monkeys which floss their teeth with human hair.


Feedback
1. If it’s possible, it might be good to show the visualized text of each group to everyone.
2. All of the participants were good at drawing and they became to know what the visual thinking is and its value.
3. It was good for students to get some points for both good guessing and good drawing.

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Teaching Demonstration Lesson Plan #1


Name:  Hye In                                                      

Grade Level: freshmen in high school

Topic/Lesson Title: English Literature Class - What is Real Love?

Source of Inspiration/ Experimental Goal

I have never taught English literature. However, in near future, I might have to teach English literature because if some students want to take an English literature course, schools have to open it. I am afraid and cautious of of teaching English Literature because I am not a native speaker of English and I do not know much about it. But, as I took a ‘short stories’ class, I thought I could start with short stories and do some activities that can stimulate their imagination and develop their creativity.


Language Skills: speaking, writing, reading, listening

Learning Objective:  (What will learners know or be able to do after your lesson?)

  1. Students will be able to talk about their thoughts and experiences regarding discussion topics.
  2. Students will be able to retell what they heard from their group members.
  3. Students will be able to co- write a cinquain poem.


Teaching Development Goals: (What do you hope to learn and/or accomplish as an educator?
                                                     Which criteria will you be focusing on improving)

I hope to lead my literature class to have a vibrant atmosphere. I want to design my class which enables students to think in different ways, share their thoughts freely, and work together with others, using English.


Materials/Tools: Computer, Projector, PPT,  Worksheets, Whiteboard, Markers

Detailed Procedure

① Review
Make Ss recall what we read and what we watched
② Group Discussion
Have Ss share their thoughts and experiences regarding discussion topics and retell what they heard from group members
③ Poem Understanding
Make Ss understand the structure of a cinquain poem and how to write one
④ Group Poem Writing
Encourage Ss to co-write a cinquain poem
⑤ Group Poem Recital
- Make Ss recite their group poem
- Make Ss guess the word in the last line of each poem
- Let Ss vote for the best one and give the winner group 2019 TTP Award

Self-reflection
- not enough time to retell what students heard from their group members
- more detailed instruction needed

Soojin's creative twisted story writing & speaking lesson for high school students

  • Soojin's creative twisted story writing & speaking lesson for high school students 
  • Procedures
  • Pre - writing :
◦ Present today’s learning aims and let Ss read them together.

-1. We can make a twisted story of ‘The Backward Fall.’ with the It~That emphasis.
-2. We can present group story as a storyteller.
◦ Distribute the worksheet#1 and let Ss do ‘Reading aloud’.
◦ Explain key expressions of lesson in the text.
◦ Give Ss an instruction about the task.

  • How To Do
    1. Twist a time.
    2. Twist a place.
    3. Twist/Add a character.
    4. Write at least 10 sentences.
    5. Use the it that emphasis at least once in your story.
  • While - writing :
    ◦ Have Ss share some ideas for twisted story using the brainstorming.  
    ◦ Guide Ss rewrite their own story in a group.
    ◦ Let Ss discuss the main contents of the story by using both in English and Korean.
◦ Have Ss give their feedback to the other group’s story to do peer-editing.
  • Post - writing :
    ◦ Give T’s instant feedback to Ss’ stories.
    ◦ Have Ss make some corrections on their stories based on the feedback .
    ◦ Guide Ss to practice telling their group story as a storyteller.
    ◦ Invite volunteer group to tell others a brief explanation of their story first and read the story.
    ◦ Give feedback to group stories in terms of creativity and the use of it that emphasis.
  • Materials
PPT(Google Drive), Worksheets and Cell phone
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11w5y6eKnP9opI9dLzWMk7BRFhxXCWfB8


  • Summary of feedback 
      ◦ more language-focused item needed
◦ more effective time management

Teaching Demo (Bella) / To describe and recommend food to others



1. Procedures(45')
1) Greetings and small talks(1')
2) Warm-up : zoomed in pictures(3')
3) Introducing lesson goals and flow chart(1')
4) Reviewing words briefly(2')
5) Hot Seat Game with taboo words(10')
6) Whisper Relay(10')
7) O.R.E.O (group writing, presentation, voting)(15')
8) Quick review(3')
9) Informing the next class(1')

2. Materials
1) Teacher : PPT, boards & markers, handouts, smartphones, Plicker cards
2) Students : pencils, textbook, file, notebook

3. Comments
1) Having students take a guess is one of the great ways to motivate and interest students. This method was used a lot throughout this lesson.
2) There are many ways to adjust activities to suit students achievement levels like giving taboo words in hot seat game and so on.
3) Giving students authentic and real life related goals is also helpful to have students engaged in the activities. Here, I made a short video clip using powtoon and natural readers.

4. Grade Level: 1st Graders of Middle School (Advanced)

5. Textbook/Chapter   
Topic/Lesson Title: To describe and recommend food to others
Source of Inspiration/ Experimental Goal:
  • To experiment newly learned technologies to class activities (powtoon, natural readers, plickers, etc.)
  • To use speaking activities done in TTP classes (taboo words, scavenger activities)
Language Skills: speaking, listening, writing
Learning Objective:  (What will learners know or be able to do after your lesson?)
  Students will be able to
  • describe food to others.
  • recommend a good restaurant.
Teaching Development Goals: (What do you hope to learn and/or accomplish as an educator?
                                                     Which criteria will you be focusing on improving)
  • Students-centered learning, teachers only playing a role as a coach or a facilitator
  • Motivating students to speak English by giving them some interesting and specific goals
Materials/Tools:
  • PPT, boards, markers, handouts, Smartphone

Detailed Procedure
Activity/Time
Details
TEE Language Used
Introduction(5’)
  • Greetings and small talks
  • Warm-up : Zoomed-in pictures
  • Introducing lesson goals and flow chart
  • Reviewing words briefly
How are you guys today?
I’m also a little bit tired, but we will go home after this class, right? So, let’s get started.
I’ll show you some zoomed-in pictures. You need guess what the object is. Alright?
So, can you guess today’s topic? Right, it’s food.
This is today’s lesson goals.
Let’s read it together one, two, three!
Good job! To achieve these goals we will going to three activities.
First, Hot-seat, then Whisper Relay, and OREO activity.
Before we move on, let’s review some vocabularies we learned last time. These are words to describe tastes, textures, and temperatures of food. Choose the word to describe bubblegum.
Development
Activity 1(10’)
<Hot Seat Game with taboo words>

  • Explaining the rules
  • Making groups of 4
  • Each team takes turns
So, now let’s play Hot Seat Game. We are going to make groups of 4, and one person will come to the front and sit here. Other group members have to explain the word and this person should guess it. But there are some rules. There are 5 words in a round and I will give to 2 minutes. Each word counts 2 points.
Development
Activity 2(10’)
<Whisper Relay>
  • Explaining the rules
  • Making teams of 4
  • Play the game
Let’s move on to the next activity, which is Whisper Relay. What is “whisper”? I’ll explain how to do this activity.
Development
Activity 3(15’)
<O.R.E.O.>
  • Informing students meanings of OREO
  • (opinion,reasons,examples,opinion)
  • Showing students a video clip
  • giving them a goal of writing
  • Making groups of 4
  • Giving roles to members in a group
  • (Leader,Searcher,Writer,Presenter)
  • Having students write their
  • arguments on handouts
  • Group presentations and voting
Now, let’s do the O.R.E.O. activity.
Please vote for the best team using plickers. The answer should face the upper side.
Think about how well they supported their idea with reasons or examples, and how well they deliver their idea with clear and confident voice.
Now, let’s see the result. Who won?
Consolidation(5’)
  • Quick reviews
  • Inform students of the next class
Well done guys. Everyone participated in the class well, so everyone will get the stamp for today. The winning team will get oreo cookies.  Next class, we will learn how to order food. Let’s call it a day.