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What & Where

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SUGGESTED TOPIC: Animals

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DATE ADDED: Jun 19, 2007 

TRANSLATED BYSatoru Miyakoshi

 

 

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 Grade 4ćGrade 5ĉGrade 6ċ

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15-30 min.

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BRIEF OUTLINE: This game is similar to the Go Fish, except a little more advanced. Students learn how to ask what and where questions while practicing animal and country names.

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. After teaching the students the target vocabulary, teach the grammar, "What are you," and its response, "I am <animal’s name>." "Where are you from," and its reply, "I am from <country’s name>."
  2. Give 3-5 cards to each student. Each card has two columns and inside each column has various animals and countries. For each card, the student must choose one animal and country, but no two cards should be identical.
  3. Start some upbeat music and have the students start walking around the classroom. When the music stops, students stop and whoever is in front of them or close to them will be their conversation partner for that round.
  4. Each student in turn asks the target questions, "What are you," and "Where are you from?” The other student must answer, "I am dog," "I am from England."
  5. After each student has asked and answered the questions, they play Janken and the winner chooses one of the loser's cards.
  6. The student with the most cards at the end of the game is the winner.

 

VARIATIONS:

  • While the students are walking around, have them make the animal's sound that they will be jankening with when the music stops.

 

TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • The grammar taught in this lesson leaves out definite/indefinite articles (a, an, the). While these articles are important, teaching young students how and when to use them will confuse them more than anything.
  • This activity uses two grammar points. If the students seem to be struggling with using multiple grammar points, it might be easier to teach one grammar point per class.

 

 

 

 

    概要:  このゲームは、少し発展的ですが、Go Fish ゲーム に似ています。児童は動物や国の名前を練習しながら、what やwhere を使って尋ねる方法を学びます。

     

    必要な教材

    • 上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

    手順

    1. 児童にtarget vocabulary(目標語彙)を教えた後に、"What are you,"と、それに対する答え方"I am ~(動物の名前)" "Where are you from," と、それに対する答え方 "I am from ~国の名前)."を教えてください。
    2. 各々の児童に3~5枚のカードを与えます。各々のカードには2つの欄があり、カードごとに各々の欄にそれぞれ違った動物名と国名が入ります。児童はカードを1枚選び、1匹の動物と1つの国を言うことになります。同一のカードがないようにしてください。
    3. 軽快な音楽をかけて、児童に教室を歩き回らせてください。音楽が止まったら生徒は立ち止まります。そして、彼らの前か、近くにいる児童がそのラウンドの会話パートナーになります。
    4. 児童は順番に"What are you," と "Where are you from?”を尋ねます。 相手の児童は "I am dog," "I am from England."というように答えなければなりません。
    5. 一人が尋ね、相手が答えられたら、じゃんけんをします、そして、勝者は敗者のカードから1枚もらいます。
    6. ゲーム終了後最も多くのカードを持っている児童が勝者です。

     

    バリエーション

    •  児童に、音楽が止まってじゃんけんするときに言うつもりでいる動物の鳴き声をさせて歩き回らせてください。

     

    教える際のアドバイス

    •  このレッスンでの文法は、定冠詞や不定冠詞. (a, an, the)を無視します。これらの項目は重要ですが、それらを使ってhow and whenを児童に教えることは児童を混乱させることにもなります。
    • この活動では、2つの文法を使います。児童が複数の文法を使うことに悪戦苦闘するようならば、1授業につき1つの文法を教える方がよいでしょう。

     

      

     


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