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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Eigo Note Lesson 5-3-4  

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Grade: 5

Lesson: 3 (4 of 4)
Target: How Many?, numbers 1-20, Janken from Indonesia
Materials: CD & player; Text; Dice; Clue Bingo print


Greeting- 2 minutes
Teacher to Students- Listen & Repeat (some or all)
Hello, Hi, Hey, Howdy, G’day, Good Morning, Hola, Aloha, Bon Jour, Bon Dia, Bon Journo, Ni Hao, Konnichiwa, Anyohaseyo, Sambaino, Kiola, Selamat Pagi (am) (pm-Siang), Shalom, Jambo, Asalamalekum, Zzdrastvet-yah, Namaste.

Janken 4’s- Warm-Up/Review/Conversation Skills Practice- 3 minutes
ALT/HRT: Janken and do the conversation first together, then with a few students to practice/demonstrate.
Students: Each student Janken and Converse with 3 others in groups of 4.
Blackboard:

  • W) 1,3,5,7...19.
  • L) 2,4,6,8...20.
Janken from Indonesia-Muck Chee Baa- 5 minutes
ALT & HRT: Play Janken together Indonesian style- ‘Muck Chee Baa’.
Thumb up (elephant), Index finger straight up (human) or Little finger up (ant).
*Elephant beats human, human beats ant, ant beats elephant.
ALT: Explain game rules to students.
Students: Listen, then try the Indonesian style in pairs.

Activity- Indonesian Janken, All Students vs. ALT- 5 minutes
ALT: Lead all students to play Janken, Indonesian style
Students: Play Janken with ALT. Losers must sit down. Students get 1 point for each round they remain standing.

Demonstration- Counting on fingers 1-10- 3 minutes
ALT to HRT: How many fingers to you have?
HRT: Count 1-10 showing students your finger counting style.
HRT to ALT: How many fingers do you have?
ALT: Count 1-10 showing students your finger counting style.
HRT & ALT: Discuss with students that finger-counting styles are different.

Activity- Moving Pair Janken & counting together 1-20- 7 minutes
Blackboard:
  • W) 1 (3, 5, 7, 9,...19)
  • L) 2 (4, 6, 8,...20)
ALT & HRT: Demonstrate activity- Play Janken, Winner starts at ‘1’, Loser at ‘2’ and continue taking turns counting to 20.
Students: All standing, pairs Janken, Winner starts at ‘1’. Janken winners get 2 points for each Janken win (for Australia Points Map).

Activity- Clue Bingo- 10 minutes
Materials: Clue Bingo print; dice
Blackboard: 1 2 3 4 5 ..... 25
Students: Write numbers 1-25 randomly on print. When called on, tell any number; all students cross off the numbers to make Bingo!
ALT/HRT: Roll dice to choose students. Cross the numbers off the numbers written on the blackboard. Congratulate Bingo! winners (with points).

World Gestures Demonstration/Discussion- 5-10 minutes (see video)
Textbook: Inside back cover with pictures of gestures.
Students: Watch and try to understand meaning of the different gestures.
HRT to ALT: ‘こちおいで’ with gesture, and ALT move to HRT. ‘いい子ですね!’ & stroke head of ALT.
ALT to HRT: ‘Come here, please.’ with gesture, and HRT move to ALT. Pat HRT on the back, ‘Good job!’
ALT: Look at textbook and talk about gestures with students (also--
  1. I’m hungry-rubbing stomach;
  2. I’m full- patting stomach;
  3. Me?! pointing to chest;
  4. Polishing an apple- In US, open hand (top) rubbing closed fist- in Japan, closed fist (top) rubbing open hand (bottom) (video);
  5. Counting to 10- Japan style (fingers over opposite palm for 6-9/10--
  6. American style both hands open 1-5 & 6-10).
  7. Crazy! in different countries.
Also using only the right hand for human interaction in Islamic countries and India- because they don’t use toilet paper!
HRT: Ask students if they know any other common gestures.

Wrap-Up- 3 minutes
(Present common mistakes to the whole class. Write the mistaken point on the blackboard, and ask if anybody can see the mistake.) Or-
HRT to Students, in Japanese:
-What did we talk about today?
-Were there some words you already knew?
-Did you learn any new words?
-What was fun or interesting?
-What was difficult?
-How can we make that easier next time?

Closing- 1 minute
Students: ‘Thank you! Good bye!’
Teachers: ‘You’re welcome! Good bye!’

copyright 2009 Elton Ersch   www.eigonoto.com
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