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Inggeris

 

SUBMITTED BY: Daphne Ding

BORROWED FROM / INSPIRED BY: Singapore's official languages

EDITED BY:まだ

GRAMMAR: Object Complement (SVOC)

EXAMPLE: What do you call "English" in Chinese?

DATE ADDED: June 14, 2010

 

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BRIEF OUTLINE: "Inggeris" means "English" in Malay. In pairs, students practice using Object Complements ("call") while learning two other foreign languages.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:

  • Inggeris  worksheet: Each pair of students receive an A/B worksheet

 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

  1. After dividing the class into pairs, give out the worksheets.
  2. First, check students' knowledge of the English words listed by getting them to write down the corresponding Japanese meanings. You can introduce the target grammer at the same time: "What do you call 'thank you' in Japanese?"
  3. Practice question/answer format with the students: "What do you call ____ in Chinese?" "We call it ____."
  4. Give the class ten minutes to get the information from their partners.
  5. Check answers with the class using the Q & A format.

 

VARIATIONS:

  • The grammar point can be changed to suit grade 3 students: "What is ____ called in Chinese?" "It's called ____."

 

 

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