PART

Teaching Plan
4th Grade

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Nice To Meet You Don't Do That How Old Are You? What Time Is It? Who Is She? Is This Your Cap? Sorry, I Can't. How Much Is It?

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Aims

Nice to Meet You
In this chapter, students learn expressions they use to introduce their friends to a new friend. They also practice how to ask and answer questions about the weather. Listening To listen to and understand expressions about the weather and how to introduce people for the first time To ask and answer questions about the weather To introduce and greet people they meet for the first time To read Aa ~ Mm 1. Confirmation 2. Introduction 3. Greeting How's the weather? It's sunny. This is Julie. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too.

Objectives

Speaking

Reading

Communicative
Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

How is ____? It's ______. This is _______.

Vocabulary

cloudy, day, hot, king, meet, Mr., Mrs., nice, see, teacher, to, weather
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 6~7

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Weather Bingo ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Chant: 'Hello, Zeeto' ◦Introducing game ◦Sing along: 'How's the weather?' ◦Reading Alphabet: Aa~Mm ◦Completing the weather chart ◦Role-play: 'The Turtle and the Rabbit'

◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

8~10

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

11~12

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶

4

13~15

◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real context
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4-1-1 Nice to Meet You

pp. 6-7

Objectives

• To understand and use expressions about the weather • To ask and answer questions about the weather by playing a game
【Pre-activity】Ask students to listen and mime what the weather is like. ▸Have students ask about the weather ▸Show the correct picture card and say the sentence. ▸Have them repeat the sentence, and draw the weather onto a bingo grid. ▸Tell students what shape they need to make for Bingo; choose a straight line, 'L' or 'X' shape. ▸The winner is the first person who gets the shape and shouts "Bingo!" ▸The game goes on until the teacher hears "Bingo!"
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hi, class! Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. I'm your English teacher. Listen and do as I say Close`your book. Open your book. Take out your book. Take out your pencil.
Tips

Apply this as a 'Simon Says' game.

Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture Who are they? What are they doing? Listen to the dialogue Who are the characters? To whom did Julie, Thomas, and Zeeto say "Hello"? Listen again How's the weather where Anne is? How did Minsu say the weather is there?
Tips

Ask the winner to say what expressions were part of the Bingo to check if he/she has the right answers.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's listen to the dialogue one more time. How's the weather where Anne is? Good-bye Next time we will learn how to greet people in English when we meet them for the first time. Good-bye everyone.
EXTRA

Try to do your best to ask easy questions so that as many students as possible can reply.

Listen and Repeat⑴ Listen and repeat Practice (Showing the weather cards) Watch me and repeat after me. Let's play 'True or False' game.
Tips

Snatching Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Weather cards 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑴ ▸Place the cards on the table. ▸When students ask the question "How's the weather?", the teacher answers "It's ___." Then the students snatch the right card as soon as possible, repeating what the teacher said. ▸The first person who snatches the card first takes the card. ▸The winner is the one who gets the most cards in his/her group.

Ask students to tap on the desk twice if the teacher's right. If he/she is wrong, ask them to clap twice.

I'll say a sentence, and you repeat after me: It's raining. Let's Play⑴: Weather Bingo ◷ 10' 【Materials】Flash cards (p.7) 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】How's the weather? It's sunny. It's cloudy. It's raining. It's snowing. It's hot. It's cold.

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4-1-2 Nice to Meet You

pp. 8-10

Objectives

• To understand and use expressions of introducing and greeting someone • To practice the expressions by playing a 'Introducing' game
Let's Play⑵: 'Introducing' Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole Class 【Expressions】I'm ____. This is . Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. ▸Have students make groups of six or eight. ▸Everybody claps four beats. (For one, slap on their knees, for two, clap their hands, for three, stretch out their right thumbs and for four, stretch out their left thumbs.) ▸The first student should introduce him/herself during third and fourth beat. Then introduce the next person during the next third and four beat. S1: (Slap, clap) I'm ___. (Slap, clap) This is ____. ▸The rest of the students look at the person who was introduced and greet him/her. Ss: (Slap, clap) Nice to meet you. ▸The student who was introduced responds to the greeting. S2: Nice to meet you, too.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? How's the weather today? Review Ask about the weather by using sound effects or showing picture cards.
Tips

Prepare flash cards or audio materials representing various kinds of weather for the activity.

Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the picture Who are the characters? Can you guess what they're doing? Listen to the dialogue What did they call their teacher? Who did Minsu introduce to Anne and vice versa? Listen again What did Ms. Green say to Mr. White? What did Mr. White say to Ms. Green? (Ask listening comprehension check questions.)
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Can you introduce MS. ____ (NSET) to ____? Nice to meet you. Good-bye Next time we'll learn page.11 and 12. See you later.
EXTRA

Try to elicit as many words or phrases as possible.

Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Practice (Have the students practice the new expressions, while doing a 'Hand Puppet Play'. Key expressions are the following; "This is~.", "Nice to meet you.", "Nice to meet you, too.") (Introduce the hand puppet.) ___, this is Zeeto. (Shake hands with the puppet) Nice to meet you. (Moving the puppet) Nice to meet you, too. Draw a face on the inner side of your forefinger. Make a group of three and practice the key expressions moving your finger puppets.
Tips

Say 'Hello' ◷ 10'
【Materials】Name card on the sticky paper 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑵ ▸Students put their name card on their chest. ▸They stand in two concentric circles. ▸The teacher plays the 'Hello' chant. ▸When the teacher stops the chant, two people face each other, say their name and introduce each other by using the expressions.

Try not to spend too much time on the activity.

Let's Chant Listen to the chant Do the chant Girls chant Anne's part, and boys chant Zeeto's part.

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4-1-3 Nice to Meet You

pp. 11-12

Objectives

• To sing along with the song, 'How's the Weather?' • To read letters 'A/a' to 'M/m'
Let's Play⑶: Completing the Weather Chart ◷ 10' 【Materials】Paper dice with weather icons, pencils 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】How's the weather? It's sunny/cloudy/raining/ snowing/hot/cold. ▸Do 'Rock, paper, scissors' and the winner chooses one of the cities on the map and calls out the city. ▸Your partner who lost rock-paper-scissors asks the weather question to the winner. ▸After rolling the dice, the winner answers the question and draws the weather for the city. ▸Take turns playing the game. ▸The student who completes the chart first wins the game.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, everyone. How are you today? How's the weather? Listen and do as I say Pick up the pencil. Put down the pencil on the desk/the book.
Tips

Show motions, the first time you do this activity.

Review Play a song containing greeting expressions and ask students to repeat what they have heard in the song. Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One How do you ask about the weather in English? How's the weather where Anne and Minsu are? How's the weather here in Seoul? Let's listen to Dialogue Two How did Minsu introduce Ms. Green to Anne? To whom did Anne introduce Mr. White? What did Mr. White say to Ms. Green? How do you introduce your teacher to your friend?
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Have students put 2-3 Finger Puppets on their fingers and practice introducing people by using different voices. Good-bye Listen to 'The Turtle Story' on the CD-ROM. Good bye, everyone.

Questions should begin with the dialogue they studied and progress to real life situations. When students have difficulty answering, help them to produce proper answers and encourage students to participate in the activity.

Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's sing one part at a time. This time, girls sing and boys do the motions. Let's Read Look and listen carefully Open your books to page 11. Let's listen how to pronounce the letters. Listen and do Listen and point to the right letter. (Read the words clearly.) Listen and read after me. Read them yourself Open your book to page 11 and find the correct letters.

EXTRA

Spin Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Weather spin board, paper clip 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑶ ▸Do 'Rock, paper, scissors' ▸A winner flicks the clip. ▸The partner asks "How's the weather?" ▸If the person says the correct sentence, mark ○ or ☆ on the space. ▸The player who marks more spaces is the winner.

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4-1-4 Nice to Meet You

pp.13-15

Objectives

• To speak confidently about their daily routines • To consolidate the contents of the lesson in real situations
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. How are you? How's the weather outside? Is it warm? Review Sing the song with motions, 'How's the weather?' Objectives Present the objectives

The teacher gives questions with CD-ROM title by clicking the 'Play' button.

Look at the pictures and speak Look at the pictures on page 15 and think about what will be in the story. Present your story to the class Ask students to do a role-play with their partner. Speak in a real situation How do you greet someone when you meet a new friend at a birthday party?
Tips

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: The Turtle and the Rabbit

◷ 20'

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 1 We've learned expressions about the weather and what to say when you meet someone for the first time. Can you talk about it confidently? What will we learn in lesson 2? We are going to learn about rules which we should follow. Good-bye You did a good job. Have a nice day.
EXTRA

Motivate Show up to class, wearing a mask of a rabbit or a turtle in a traditional Korean costume. Listen to the story What is the rabbit's name? What does Toto answer when King Yong asks about the weather? How can the king know how the weather is outside? Why is the king upset? Listen and repeat Watch me and repeat after me. (Do the motions with the NSET.)
Tips

Do demonstration of how to perform motions based on the characters and their circumstances.

Practice in your group. Make it more interesting by using the chant and song. Present your role-play to the rest of the class. Listen and choose which group does the best job. Role play Practice in your group. Who wants to be Turtle? Present your role-play to the class.
Tips

Survey ◷ 10'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑴ ▸Form lines. ▸Students in the first row come up to the teacher and do rock-paper-scissors. ▸The winner introduces the other two, using "(name), this is ____." ▸The other two greet each other saying "Nice to meet you." and "Nice to meet you, too" ▸The line with the most players who won rock-paper-scissors and whose players have have successfully greeted wins the game.

Teach students about proper manners when they watch their friends' performances.

Let's Review Listen and write the correct number Listen to the dialogue and write the correct number (p.14). Let's check the answers.

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Lesson 1 Nice to Meet You
Look and Listen(1) (Minsu's class is greeting children of the foreign sister school by chatting in a computer room.) Julie, Lisa, Thomas: (Shaking hands) Hello. Anne, Anne's friends: (Shaking hands) Hello. Minsu: Hello, Anne. Anne: Hello, Minsu. Minsu: How's the weather? (Zeeto is looking at the picture with curiosity and flies away.) Anne: It's snowing. Minsu: Oh, it's sunny here. (Zeeto appears in Anne's classroom.) Zeeto: Oh, it's snowing. I like snow. Look and Listen(2) (Minsu introduces Ms. Green to Anne.) Minsu: Anne, this is my teacher, Ms. Green. Anne: Nice to meet you, Ms. Green Ms. Green: Nice to meet you, too. Anne. (Anne introduces Mr. White to Minsu.) Anne: This is my teacher, Mr. White. Ms. Green: Nice to meet you. Mr. White: Nice to meet you, too. Let's Chant: Hello, Zeeto Hello, Minsu. (clap, clap) Hello, Anne. (clap, clap) Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. Yeah ! Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. Yeah ! Hello, Zeeto. (clap, clap) Hello, Anne. (clap, clap)

Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. Yeah ! Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. Yeah ! Let's Sing: How's the Weather? How's the weather? Ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling. How's the weather? Ding-a-ling. Oh! It's sunny. How's the weather? Ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling. How's the weather? Ding-a-ling. Oh! It's cloudy. How's the weather? Ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling, ding-a-ling. How's the weather? Ding-a-ling. Oh! It's raining. Let's Role-play: The Turtle and the Rabbit (A Turtle takes a rabbit to a kingdom under the sea.) Toto: (Looking at king's guards) Hi! Hi! Turtle: King, this is Toto. Toto, King. Toto: Nice to meet you. King: Nice to meet you, too. How's the weather outside? Toto: Ummmm. I don't know. King: (Rubbing the magic ball) Let's see. It's sunny. Toto: (With a smile) I like sunny days. (The magic ball is out of order and the king is upset.) King: Oh, no. It's raining. Oh, no. It's snowing. this is

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Lesson 1. Nice to Meet You(3/4)

Weather Spin Board

How to play: 1. Do rock-paper-scissors. 2. A winner flicks the clip and say about the weather: It's ________. 3. If the person says a correct sentence, mark ○ or ☆ on the space. 4. The person who marks in each space first wins the game.
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Lesson 1. Nice to Meet You (3/4)

Boards Game

Start!

Go ahead 2 spaces.

Go back 3 spaces.

Finish!

How to play: 1. Do rock-paper-scissors. The winner throws a die and moves his/her marker. 2. The partner asks the winner, "How is the weather?" 3. The winner answers according to the weather picture. ex) It's sunny. 4. If the answer is right, he/she can move the marker. If the answer is wrong, he/she can't move the marker. 5. The person who arrives at 'Finish!' first wins the game. ❙• 56 •❙

2
Aims

Don't Do That
Teaching what students should do or not do in English in public places is necessary to teach the students discipline. Students learn expressions they use to introduce their friends to a new friend. They will also practice how to ask and answer questions about the weather. To listen to and understand the expressions of forbidding Listening someone to do something and asking for help from other people To forbid from doing something and ask for help from other people To read Nn ~ Zz 1. Prohibition 2. Asking for help Don't ____. Don't do that Help me, please

Objectives

Speaking Reading Communicative

Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

Vocabulary

beautiful, bird, classroom, flower, good, in, oops, ouch, rice, watch
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 16~17

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Cards in Order ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Chant: 'Watch Out' ◦Card game ◦Sing along: 'Don't Do That' ◦Reading Alphabet: Nn~Zz ◦Board game ◦Role-play: 'Hungboo and Nolboo'

◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

18~20

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

21~22

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶

4

23~25

◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real context
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4-2-1 Don't Do That

pp. 16-17

Objectives

• To understand and use the expression, "Watch out." when giving caution • To understand and use the expression of concern for other people, "Are you OK?"
Watch out! Are you OK? Yes, I'm OK. ▸Ask students to listen to what the teacher says. ▸First say only one sentence and display the picture card on the board, so that the students can confirm the expression. ▸Say the four sentences. Have the students arrange the cards in order, and then check the order with the students. ▸Mix up the picture cards, and repeat the same activity.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. What day is it today? Listen and do as I say Clap your hands two times. Clap your hands four times.
Tips

Give the commands using numbers 1 to 10.

Review (Showing a weather picture) How's the weather? Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Closing ✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture Look at the picture and guess the story Have you ever seen a person in danger? What should you say to a person in danger? Listen to the dialogue Why did Julie lose her balance and fall down? Who asked Julie if she was OK? Listen again What did Julie say pointing at the bird? What did Lisa say to Julie when she lost her balance?
Tips

Review Review today's lesson Look at the card and say the right sentence Ask "What will Minsu say to Julie?" Good-bye Next time, we will learn how to greet people in English when we meet for the first time. Good-bye everyone.
EXTRA

Hopscotch Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Situational cards (2sets) 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑴ ▸Have students put two sets of cards on the board in the shape of 'Hopscotch'. ▸Ask them to listen to the teacher carefully and touch the cards with their forefinger and middle finger. ▸Ask them to repeat after the teacher and touch the correct card. ▸Let students take turns saying the sentence with their partners. Rearrange the cards and repeat the activity.
Tips

Ask KT to explain this question in Korean so that students can figure out the answer.

Listen and Repeat⑴ Listen and repeat Practice (Showing the picture cards) If I'm right, clap your hands five times. If I'm wrong, clap your hands once. If I'm right, repeat after me. If I'm wrong, please be silent.
Tips

Prepare four picture cards. Each one shows a different situation.(p.99)

Let's Play⑴: Cards in Order ◷ 10' 【Materials】Situational cards for students (p.99) 【Grouping】Whole class → Pair work 【Expressions】Look at the bird.

Diversify the activity by asking students to say the sentences from a slow pace to a fast pace while measuring the time using a stopwatch.

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4-2-2 Don't Do That

pp. 18-20

Objectives

• To understand and use expressions to order someone not to do something "Don't do that." • To understand and use expression for asking for help, saying "Help me, please."
'Chuga chuga' is the sound of a train, and implies a tense atmosphere in which something dangerous is about to happen. Put all the parts together and let's chant using nice voices. Let's Play⑵: Hot Envelope ◷ 10' 【Materials】4 situational cards(2sets), Big envelopes(2) 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Wow! Beautiful!/Don't do that!/ Help me, please!/Watch out! ▸Have students sit in two circles, so that they can pass the cards around. ▸Put four cards in each envelope. ▸Sing the song together. When the music stops the student with the envelope stands up. ▸The student takes out a card, says the sentence. ▸If she/he says the right sentence, give a point.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello everyone. How are you today? Is it cold outside? Listen and do as I say Clap your hands five times. Jump three times. Review Mime a sentence and ask students to say the sentence.
Tips

Objectives Present the objectives

Drawing is another way of reviewing the last lesson. Allow students to guess as you draw a picture bit by bit.

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the picture What did Zeeto look at? Why did the photographer yell out with fright?
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Girls take Julie's role and boys take Zeeto's role. What will you say to friends who do naughty things in the classroom? Good-bye Next time we'll learn the song 'Don't Do That!' See you next time.
EXTRA

Try to ask the questions with as many gestures as possible.

Listen to the dialogue What's the story? Why was Zeeto going to pick a flower? Listen again What did Julie say to Zeeto to prohibit him from picking a flower? What did Zeeto say to ask for help when running away from the bee?
Tips

Try to make your questions short and easy. Or KT can explain in Korean to help students' understanding.

Snowball Game ◷ 5'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Jump/Don't jump. Run/Don't run. ▸Let students think of some commands (e.g., Cry, Close your book, Don't run, etc.). ▸The first player starts the game by giving a command with a gesture (Cry). Then the next person repeats to the next player and adds a command (Cry and run). ▸The team with the most commands in the alloted time without failure is the winner. ▸Try prohibitive commands in the same way.

Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Practice Present four situational picture cards (Wow! Beautiful!/Don't do that!/Help me, please!/Watch out!) on the board and put a number next to the each card. If I say a sentence, please say the matching number. If I say a number, please say the matching sentence. Let's Chant Listen to the chant Do the chant

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4-2-3 Don't Do That

pp. 21-22

Objectives

• To sing along with the song, 'Don't Do That' • To read letters 'N/n' to 'Z/z' and play a board game using the prohibitive expressions, request and warning
Read them I'll show Look at the small yourself a letter. Read it aloud. page 21 and match the big letters with letters.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hi, everyone. How are you this morning? Let's start our lesson. Listen and do as I say Stand up, please. Hop five times, please. Sit down, please. Review Draw a picture and ask students to say the expression which correspond to the pictures. Objectives Present the objectives

Let's Play⑶: Board Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】Dice, 2 markers(per team) 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】Watch out! Don't do that, Wow! Beautiful!, Help me, please. ▸The game starts by doing rock-paper-scissors. ▸Winners roll the dice. ▸If students roll an odd number, they move 1 space. They move 2 spaces with an even number. ▸The students should say the correct expression corresponding to the picture on which their marker landed. ▸The student who reaches 'Finish' first is the winner.

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One What do you say when you need to warn someone? How do you ask if someone is alright or not? Let's listen to Dialogue Two What do you say when you see beautiful flowers? What do you say when you want to stop someone from doing something dangerous or bad? What do you say when you want help? Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's sing one part at a time. Face your partner and sing along with the song while clapping (slap own laps, clap own hands, slap partner's right hand, and slap partner's left hand). Let's sing using your own motions
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's sing the song, 'Don't do That' with motions. Look at the picture and say the right expression. Good-bye Play this game with your friends. Good bye, everyone.
EXTRA

Memory Match ◷ 10'
【Materials】2 sets of picture cards (p.99) 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑶ ▸Place the cards face down on the desk. ▸Choose 2 cards and turn them over one by one. ▸Say the correct expression. ▸If you turn over two matching cards, take them. ▸The student with the most cards wins the game.

It is a good idea to let students create their own motions in their groups. Give some time to practice.

Let's Read Look and listen carefully Open your books to page 21. (Showing the upper and lowercase of letters from N to Z) Let's listen to how to pronounce the letters. Listen and point (Changing the location of the cards often) Listen and point to the right letter.

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4-2-4 Don't Do That

pp. 23-25

Objectives

• To do a role-play using the expressions of prohibition and request • To use the expressions in real situations
What's the answer to number 1? Look at the pictures and speak Look at the pictures on page 25. Who are the characters in the story? What's in the story?
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good afternoon. How are you? What day is it today? Listen and do as I say Turn around, please. Hop four times. Review First, follow teacher's instructions by miming. Then change teacher's instructions into negative commands (e.g., Jump-Don't jump). Objectives Present the objectives

Help the students express their own ideas about each picture.

Speak in a real situation Imagine you have a friend who looks sad today. What can you say to her? Let's talk about the things you are not allowed to do in the classroom.

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: Hungboo and Nolboo

✎ Closing ◷ 20'
Review Wrap up Lesson 2 What will you say to me when I run in the classroom? What will we learn in lesson 3? We are going to learn about someone's age. Good-bye Time's up. Bye. See you on Thursday. Have a nice day.
EXTRA

Let's look at the pictures Tell a story related to the role-play to motivate students. Show the screen without sound. Listen to the story What does Hungboo say when Nolboo's wife hits him? What does Nolboo's wife say to her husband after she hits him? Listen and repeat Watch the screen and repeat after the dialogue line by line. (Showing examples) Try to use lots of exaggerated voices and gestures.
Tips

Be the Frog ◷ 10'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole Class → Group work 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑴ ▸Divide the class into 2~4 teams. ▸Each team lines up. ▸Students do the opposite of what the teacher says. (e.g., T: If I say "Don't jump", you should jump. If I say "Jump", don't jump.) ▸Students sit down if they are wrong. ▸After playing it a few times with the teacher ask them to take turns doing in their groups taking turns.
Tips

Ask the students to watch the screen and repeat the dialogue scene by scene by clicking on the 'Pause' button of the CD-ROM title.

Role play Practice in your group. Who wants to be Hungboo? Present your role-play to the class.
Tips

Have students practice the dialogue using a different version of the story based on their levels.

Let's Review Listen and write the correct number Listen to the dialogue and mark O if it matches with the picture. If not, mark X.

Have a student with a higher level of understanding start the game so that others can practice or get used to how to play the game.

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Lesson 2 Don't Do That
Look and Listen(1) (This is the picnic day of Julie's class. Julie is walking on the mountain path and finds the poor baby bird struggling to escape from the kite string.) Julie: (Pointing at the bird) Look at the bird. (Julie stands on tiptoe to save the bird but she loses her balance.) Julie: Watch out! (After Julie sets the bird free, she falls down.) Lisa: Are you OK? Minsu: Are you OK, Julie? Julie: Yes, I'm OK. (The baby bird flies away with the mommy bird. The children clap their hands with pleasure.) Look and Listen(2) (On a picnic day, the children are playing together joyfully. Julie and Zeeto are looking at flowers.) Julie: Wow! Beautiful! I like flowers. (Zeeto thinks for a while about what to do with flowers.) Zeeto: Me, too. (Zeeto is going to pick a flower for Julie.) Julie: Oh, no! Don‘t do that! (A bee comes out of the flower.) Watch out! Zeeto: Oops. Help me, please! (Zeeto runs away shaking its hands but gets stung by a bee.) Ouch! Julie: (Comes to Zeeto) Are you OK? Zeeto: Yes, I'm OK. (Children laugh at Zeeto's swollen nose.) Let's Chant: Watch Out Chuga chuga, boom boom. Chuga chuga, boom boom. Watch out, Zeeto. Watch out.

Watch out, Zeeto. Watch out. Ouch! Ouch! Oh, no! Ouch! Ouch! Oh, no! Waaaaah! (repeat)
Let's Sing: Don't Do That

Oh, no. Don't do that. Oh, no. Don't do that. Oh, no. Don't do that. It's not okay. Oh, don't do that. Don't run. Don't run. Don't run in the classroom. Don't jump. Don't jump. Don't jump in the classroom. Oh, no. Don't do that. Oh, no. Don't do that. Oh, no. Don't do that. It's not okay. Oh, don't do that. (repeat) Let's Role-play: Hungboo and Nolboo (Hungboo is going to Nolboo's to get some food.) Hungboo: (Rubbing his stomach) Oh, I'm hungry. (Seeing Nolboo and his wife eating) Please. Nolboo: (Sneering at Hungboo) Do you like rice? Hungboo: (With a big smile) Yes, yes. I like rice. Nolboo's wife: Good! (Raising her hand with big spoon to hit Hungboo) Here. Hungboo: Oh, no. Don't do that. Hungboo's son: Watch out, Dad! (Because of this caution, Nolboo got hit instead of Hungboo.) Nolboo: Ouch! Nolboo's wife: Oh, no. Are you OK? Hungboo: (Eating the rice on Nolboo's cheek) Mmm, it's good. (To Nolboo's wife) Please! Nolboo's wife: (With an astonished look) Huh!

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Lesson 2. Don't Do That(1/4)

Hopscotch 󰁽

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Lesson 2. Don't Do That(3/4)

Name _________________

Alphabet Matching Activity A m D k E t H s I a L j M v
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a u j d e w h b l i i l n m

B b C c F q G g J i K k N n

d i o b p f h b a j y h u c

O m R k S t V v W a Z j

a o r d e s h b l w z l

P b Q q T t U u X i Y k

d p o b p f h b e x y w

3
Aims

How Old Are You?
Asking for help from friends or neighbors is an essential part of students' school life. Comparing their age makes it particularly fun. Learning about how to ask for help and talking about their age will allow them to apply the expressions in real situations. To understand the expressions of asking for help and talking Listening about age

Objectives

Speaking Reading Communicative

To ask for help and answer the questions To ask about age and answer the question To read the letters Aa~Zz 1. Asking for help 2. Actual information Can you help me, please? How old are you?

Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

Can you ____? I'm __________ years old.

Vocabulary

afternoon, evening, friend, morning, much, old, strong, very, year
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 26~27

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM ◦Asking help activity ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM ◦Chant: 'How Old Are you?' ◦Dice game ◦Sing along: 'Can You Help Me?' ◦Reading Alphabet: A~Z(a~z) ◦Pair-up Game ◦Role-play: 'The Great Big Enormous Radish'

◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

28~30

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

31~32

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶

4

33~35

◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real context
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4-3-1 How old are you?

pp. 26-27

Objectives

• To understand and use expressions about responding to the help they receive • To understand and use expression of thanks

asking

for

help

and

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. What day is it today? Listen and do as I say Clap your hands three times, please. Put your book in your bag. Review (Miming one of the situational pictures) Take a guess and say the correct expression. Objectives Present the objectives

【Expressions】Can you help me? Sure I can. Thank you. ▸Separate the 6 asking-for-help cards from the 6 problem-solving cards, and put them face down. ▸When a student turns over an asking-for-help card, the rest of the group members say "Can you help me?" ▸The student turns over a problem-solving card. If the card is a solution to the card, he/she says: Sure, I can. Then he/she takes the two cards. ▸If it is not the right solution, he/she puts the card back and says: I'm sorry. ▸The student who gets the most cards is the winner.

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture Take out your English book and look at the picture on page 26. (Presenting the main expressions to the class by playing the CD-ROM title) What's the story? Listen to the dialogue What did Minsu and Julie do? What did the foreign tourist say to Minsu and Julie? Listen again How did Minsu answer the foreigner? Right. He said "Sure."
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Look at the picture and say the right greeting. Ask for help from your friend and answer the request. Good-bye Next time, we will learn how to ask about age. That's all for today. Good-bye everyone.
EXTRA

Ask KT to explain this question in Korean so that students can figure out the answer.

Snake Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Good morning/afternoon/evening. ▸Divide the class into four. ▸Choose a leader from each team. ▸Ask the leaders to choose one of the four greetings as their team name, and to form a line to move around the classroom. ▸When two teams meet each other, the two leaders do rock-paper-scissors. ▸The winning team says their own team name to the other team who repeats the name, and yields the first person in their line. ▸The longest team is the winner.

Listen and Repeat⑴ Let's watch the screen Listen and repeat Practice Let's say the correct greeting for each picture representing morning, afternoon and evening. Well done. Thank you.
Tips

Make materials in advance, so that they come in handy for the lesson.

Let's Play⑴: Asking Help Activity ◷ 10' 【Materials】6 Situational cards for students 6 problem solving cards(p.101, 103) 【Grouping】Group work

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4-3-2 How old are you?

pp. 28-30

Objectives

• To understand and use the expressions of asking about age • To ask about age using the expression, "How old are you?" and chant
Do the chant Let's chant one part at a time. Let's chant with motions. Let's Play⑵: Dice Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】Two dice for each group 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】How old are you? I'm nine. ▸Have students count numbers from one to ten. ▸Divide the students into groups of 6. ▸Divide a group of 6 into boys and girls. ▸When the boy's team asks about age, the girls' team rolls two dice and adds the two numbers they got and then says the total. ▸The team that gets the most points is the winner.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, Mr.(Mrs.)___. Good morning. Listen and do as I say Put your pen in the bag. Put your book in the bag. Review Present the photo or picture of asking for help and ask students to guess what the picture is saying. Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the picture (Asking a puppet) How old are you? (Moving the puppet) I'm ___ years old. Open your book to page 28. Listen to the dialogue What did Tony say to Zeeto? How did Zeeto respond to Tony?
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's do the chant one more time. Pick the card with age, and ask your partner about his/her age. Good-bye Next time we'll learn the song 'Can you help me?' See you later.
EXTRA

Play the pre-listening function on CD-ROM title before getting to the main dialogue.

Listen again What did the man ask Tony? What happened between the foreigner and Tony? Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Have the students repeat after the native English Teacher as they watch the paused scene. Practice I will divide you into two teams. This team asks the question, "How old are you?" and the other team should answer according to the number I will show you. Now, please ask and answer questions about age with your partner. Let's Chant Listen to the chant
Tips

Guessing Game ◷ 5'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole class → Group work 【Expressions】How old are you? I'm __ years old. ▸Invite one student to the front. ▸Write a number ranging from 1 to 12 on the person's back and ask the question, "How old are you?" ▸Give three chances to answer, "I'm ___ years old." ▸When done with a few students, tell the class to play this game with their group members.

Before playing the chant, let the students guess what the characters in each panel will say.

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4-3-3 How old are you?

pp. 31-32

Objectives

• To sing a song about asking for help • To read letters 'A/a' to 'Z/z' and to practice asking and answering questions about age through pair work activity
Let's Play⑶: Pair-up Game 10' 【Materials】Pair cards with a name and age (Four different names and ages will be written on the cards) 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】How old are you? I'm ten years old. Good morning. ▸Distribute the cards for each student. ▸Start conversations with each other to find the person who has the same age and name on the card. ▸Have students greet each other, introduce themselves to the interlocutor, and ask ages. ▸If a student finds the right person, they exchange a high-five, and come to the teacher to show what they said.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, everyone. What day is it today? Listen and do as I say Point to the window. Point to the door. Pick up the trash. Review Write number 9 with your finger in the air. Ask students to guess how old you are. Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One What do you say when you meet your friend in the morning? How can you ask for a favor? How can you express thankfulness? Let's listen to Dialogue Two What do you say when you ask about age? How do you say that you are 10? Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's watch the screen and listen to the song carefully. Let's sing one part at a time.
Tips

To encourage them to meet more people, you can have different names and ages.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's sing the song, 'Can you help me?' with motions. Let's read the alphabet cards in rotating order. Good-bye Practice reading the alphabet letters at home. That's all for today. Good bye, everyone.
EXTRA

You can use many variations with chants since most chants are interactive

Team Race Game ◷ 5'
【Materials】Worksheet with the alphabet letters 【Grouping】Individual work 【Expressions】Find the big 'A' or small 'a' ▸Write a selection of letters from A/a to Z/z. ▸Select two teams who line up, one behind the other, facing the board. Give the first person of each team a different colored pen. ▸Read a letter from the board. The teams circle it ▸The first team to circle it will get a point. ▸The players rotate so that everyone has a turn.

Let's Read Look and listen carefully Choose the correct letter with your finger when I say it. Listen and do (Changing the cards' location often) Look at the small/big letters in your book and connect the dots. What can you see? Read them yourself I'll show a letter. Read it aloud. Read the alphabet from A to Z loudly.

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4-3-4 How old are you?

pp. 33-35

Objectives

• To do a role-play using the expressions of asking for help and talking about age • To make a story using the expressions in real situations
Look at the pictures on page 35. What's this story about? Make up a story with your partner.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. How are you? How's the weather today? Listen and do as I say Put your hands up. Move the desk/chair. Review Let's sing the song 'Can you help me?' Objectives Present the objectives

Let students check the story by playing the CD-ROM. title.

Speak in a real situation Let's say hello to your friends. Let's ask and answer questions about age with your friends.

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 3 What will you say to me when you want to know about my age? What will you say when you get up in the morning and see your mother? Good-bye Next class, we'll learn 'What time is it?' Before you go, why don't we sing the Alphabet song by reading the letters on the board. Good job! Bye, everyone. Have a nice day.
EXTRA

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: The Great Big Enormous Raddish ◷ 20' Let's look at the pictures Tell me about the fairy tales you know. Take a look at the picture on page 33. What is the story? Who are the main characters? Listen to the story What is the farmer doing? What does the farmer say to the dog? What does the cat say to the mouse? Listen and repeat Let's watch the screen and repeat. Can you repeat just what the dog said? Ask students to repeat the role play scene by scene using the pause function. Team A, you are the Dog. Team B is the Cat. Team C is the Farmer. Now put your voices into the scene. (Rotate each team's role, so that every team can practice all roles.) Role play Let's take a role and role-play with your group. Present your role-play to the class.
Tips Tips

Guessing Game ◷ 7'
【Materials】Number cards 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】How old are you? I'm ___ years old. ▸Divide the class into two teams. ▸Each team chooses four players. ▸The first student of each team stands in front of the class. ▸Choose a card and put it on the first students' heads. ▸Let the class ask the question, "How old are you?" to the player. ▸The player guesses the number on his/her for head and answers "I'm ___ years old." ▸The player gets three points if their first guess is correct, the second guess for two and the third for one point. ▸The team that gets the most points wins.

With regard to the time management, divide the class into two and give an opportunity for half of the class to perform the play. Make sure that the other team gets the opportunity next time.

Let's Review Listen and draw a line between two pictures Listen to the dialogue and draw lines on your book. Let's watch the screen and check the answers. Look at the pictures and speak

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Lesson 3 How Old Are You?
Look and Listen(1) (Tony, Julie and Zeeto are at the entrance to an amusement park, and Tony and Zeeto enter first.) Julie: Tony! (At the moment Minsu appears wearing sunglasses.) Minsu: Good morning, Julie. Julie: Good morning, Minsu. (Minsu and Julie see a foreign tourist and his daughter. They are perplexed because they don't know how to use the automatic information system.) Man: Can you help me, please? Julie & Minsu: Sure. (Minsu helps them by using the automatic information system.) Man: Oh! (Found the toilet on the map) Great! Thank you very much. Julie & Minsu: You're welcome. Look and Listen(2) (There is an interesting sight to see in the amusement park. Zeeto can see it in the air, but Tony is too small to see it.) Tony: Can you help me? Zeeto: Sure I can. (Zeeto puts Tony on his shoulders and lengthens his legs. A surprised man at the front of the line says to Tony.) Man: How old are you? Tony: I'm eight. Man: (Surprised) Eight years old? (As a bird sits on Tony's head, Zeeto thinks it is a bee, so Zeeto runs away leaving Tony behind.) Let's Chant: How Old Are You? Heigh-ho, heigh-ho. How old are you, Minsu? I'm ten. I'm ten. I'm ten years old. Heigh-ho, heigh-ho. How old are you, Minsu? I'm ten. I'm ten. I'm ten years old. Heigh-ho, heigh-ho. How old are you, Tony? I'm eight. I'm eight. I'm eight years old. Heigh-ho, heigh-ho. How old are you, Tony? I'm eight. I'm eight. I'm eight years old.

Let's Sing: Can You Help Me? Can you help me, help me? (X 2) Sure, I can. (X 2) Sure, I can help you. Sure, I can. (X 2) Sure, I can help you. Great! Can you help me, help me? (X 2) Sure, I can. (X 2) Sure, I can help you. Sure, I can. (X 2) Sure, I can help you. Great! Let's Role-play: The Great Big Enormous Radish (Farmer is trying to pull a radish out of the soil.) Farmer: (Rubbing the sweat from his forehead on his sleeve) Ahh! Whew! (A dog comes to him) Farmer: (To the dog) Good morning, my friend! Can you help me? Dog: Sure, I can. (The farmer and dog try to pull the radish out of the soil together but it slips out of their hands and they fall down on the ground.) Farmer, Dog: Oops! (A cat comes to them.) Dog: (To the cat) Good morning, my friend! Can you help me? Cat: Sure, I can. (Farmer, dog and cat try to pull the radish out of the soil together but it slips out of their hands and they fall down again.) Farmer, dog, cat: Ahhh(It is afternoon, now. A mouse comes to them.) Cat: (To the mouse) Good afternoon, my friend! Can you help me? Mouse: Sure, I can. (Farmer, dog, cat and mouse try to pull the radish out together and they succeed.) Farmer, dog, cat: Wow! You're strong! Farmer: How old are you? Mouse: I'm three. Farmer, dog, cat: Three? Mouse: (To the dog) How old are you? Dog: I'm ten. (To the cat) How old are you? Cat: I'm ten, too. (The dog and cat feel embarrassed and run away.)

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Lesson 3. How Old Are you?(3/4)

Name _________________

Team Race Game

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Lesson 3. How Old Are you?(4/4)

Guessing Game

1 3 5 7 9
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2 4 6 8 10

4
Aims

What Time Is It?
In this chapter, students will learn how to ask about the time and answer using numbers they learned. Since asking and checking the time is one of the most common topics, students will be motivated to apply the expressions to the real life situations. Listening To listen to and understand the expressions of time To ask about the time To answer questions about the time To read words with pictures 1. Factual information 2. Confirmation What time is it? It's ________(o'clock). It's time for _____. What time is it? It's eight (o'clock). It's time for school.

Objectives

Speaking Reading Communicative

Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

Vocabulary

bed, breakfast, dinner, late, now, o'clock, school
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 38~39

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM ◦Time Bingo ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM ◦Chant: 'What time is it?' ◦Guessing the time ◦Sing along: 'What time is it?' ◦Match the words with pictures ◦Time-filling game ◦Role-play: 'Cinderella'

◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

40~42

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

43~44

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶

4

45~47

◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in real context
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4-4-1 What time is it?

pp. 38-39

Objectives

• To say the time using numbers 1 to 12 • To listen to and understand expressions of asking and answering about the time
Let's Play⑴: Time Bingo ◷ 10' 【Materials】Textbook, pencil(p.39) 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】What time is it? It's _____ o'clock. ▸Use the bingo board on page 39. ▸Listen to the teacher and write the times in the bingo board square. Write them in any square. ▸After filling in the nine squares, draw circles on the numbers as you listen to the teacher. ▸The person who gets an 'L' shape with five squares and shouts “Bingo!” is the winner. ▸The winner will have a chance to lead the game.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hi, everyone. How's the weather? Listen and do as I say Take out your book, please. Write your name on your book. Review Let's count form 1 to 10. Let's count backwards. Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture Excuse me. What time is it, Mr./Mrs___? (Pointing to the clock on the wall) It's ___ o'clock. Now, open your books to page 38 and think about what the story is about.
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Hiding one of the number cards at the back) Guess what time it is. Well done. Look at the clock on the wall. Ask and answer the time with your partner. Good-bye Next time, we will learn more about asking and answering questions about the time. It's time to say good bye. See you later.
EXTRA

Note that pre-listening 1 on the CD-ROM title which provides three different situations will help students understand the main dialogue.

Listen to the dialogue What expressions did you hear? How did Minsu ask about the time? How did Minsu's Mom answer? Listen again What time was it in fact? Why did Minsu rush out of the house? Listen and Repeat⑴ Let's watch the screen Let's watch the story first. Listen and repeat
Tips

Let's Make Ten ◷ 5'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten ▸Make groups of six or eight. ▸Everybody claps four beats. (For one, slap on their knees, for two, clap their hands, for three, stretch out their right thumbs and for last beat four, stretch out their left thumbs.) ▸Teachers says one at the fourth beat. Then students say nine to make ten. Teacher: (Slap, clap, right thumb) Three. Students: (Slap, clap, right thumb) Seven. ▸Change the speed. It's a good exercise for numbers.

Have students practice over and over again by clicking the numbers of difficult expressions.

Practice (Have students ask a question, "What time is it?") It's ___ o'clock. (Showing the number cards to students so that they can answer) Now it's your turn to say the time. What time is it?

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4-4-2 What time is it?

pp. 40-42

Objectives

• To ask the time using the expression, "What time is it?" and to answer the question • To respond to the given time using the expression, "It's time for ~."______
Let's Play⑵: Guessing the Time ◷ 10' 【Materials】A model clock 【Grouping】Whole class → Group work 【Expressions】What time is it? It's ___. ▸Set the time on the model clock. Don't show it. ▸Ask "What time is it?", and have students guess the time. ▸Give a point if their answer is correct. If they're wrong, give hints by saying "Up." or "Down." ▸After finishing the activity with the whole class, have the students do the activity in groups.

✎ Warm up
Greetings How are you, everyone? How's the weather? Listen and do as I say Pick up the pen write your name. Draw an apple in the air. Review Have students guess the time by making two clock hands with arms spread out Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the picture What's happening in the picture? Watch the screen and listen to pre-listening.
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's do the chant one more time. Who can do the chant for me? I need two volunteers. One will chant the question part, the other will do the answering part. The rest of the class will do the last two lines. Good-bye Review today's lesson at home. You did a good job. See you later.
EXTRA

Use pre-listening function on the CD-ROM title.

Let's listen to the dialogue What expression was repeated the most? What is Minsu doing?
Tips

Check the times (ten, two, twelve o'clock) of the three scenes shown in the dialogue.

Listen again How did Minsu know about lunch time? How did he say it's lunch time? Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Have the students repeat the native English Teacher as they watch the paused scene. Practice Look at the picture. If I am right, repeat after me. If I'm wrong, be silent. First, you ask me the question, "What time is it?" Let's Chant Listen to the chant
Tips

Board Game◷ 10'
【Materials】Board with clock pictures, coin 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】What time is it? It's __ o'clock. It's time for ____. ▸Make groups of four. ▸The first player of each team flicks the coin. ▸When the coin lands on a space, the rest of the team ask, "What time is it?" ▸The player should answer the time along with the expression, "It's time for ____." based on the picture. ▸If the answer is right, write his/her name in the grid. ▸The student who has the most spaces wins.
Tips

After playing the chant, let the students repeat what they have heard in the chant. 2. Explain what 'tick tock' means.

Do the chant Now, lip synch the chant with me. Let's chant one part at a time.

Before the game begins, the other rules can be decided by group members.

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4-4-3 What time is it?

pp. 43-44

Objectives

• To ask and answer questions about time while singing the 'What time is it' song • To read words aloud and match them with the pictures
Let's Play⑶: Time-filling Game 10' 【Materials】Text book 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】What time is it in _____? It's ____ o'clock. ▸Two people work together to fill in the information. ▸Each one chooses one world map in the book. ▸Ask students not to look at their partner's map. ▸Ask questions about the time to know what time it is in ___ and fill in the blanks. ▸Take turns. ▸Confirm the answers after the activity is over.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. What day is it today? Listen and do as I say Pick up the pen and write your name on the board. Put the pen on the table. Review Show pictures through the power point presentation and ask students to guess the time. Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One How do you ask about time? What did Minsu's mom say when she was surprised? What did Minsu say when he was leaving home? Let's listen to Dialogue Two What does 'It's time for lunch.' mean? Can you make a sentence about breakfast? Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's watch the screen and listen to the song carefully, following the beat. Let's sing one part at a time.
Tips

It's more efficient to show examples inviting children to participate than explaining verbally.

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✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Showing the world map through the Internet) What time is it here? Now, who wants to read the four words? Good-bye Listen to dialogue 1 and 2 one more time. It's time to say goodbye. Bye.
EXTRA

Ask students to talk about the song after watching the picture.

Grid Bingo ◷ 7'
【Materials】Bingo board 【Grouping】Whole work → Group work 【Expressions】What time is it? It's _____. Time for _____. ▸Everyone has a section with 8 grids. ▸Ask the teacher "What time is it?" ▸When the teacher answers "It's nine. It's time for bed." and you have the answer on the bingo board, cut off the grid. The grid can only be at either end of the paper. ▸The student who cuts off all grids first wins. ▸Once students learn with the whole class, ask them to play the game in their groups.

Let's put them all together and sing merrily. Let's sing together with your partner while asking and answering questions about the time. Let's sing using a different time. Let's Read Look and listen carefully It's time to read. There are four words on page 43. Read and do (Showing the word cards) Read after me. Now read after me only when I read it correctly. Read them yourself Let's match the word with the correct picture.
Tips

Check the students' answers before using the CD-ROM title.

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4-4-4 What time is it?

pp. 45-47

Objectives

• To ask and answer questions about the time by doing a role play • To consolidate the expressions in real situations
Make up a story with your partner.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hi, everyone. How are you doing? How's the weather outside? Listen and do as I say Girls, stand up and come here. Touch your mouth. Review Let's sing the song 'What time is it?' Objectives Present the objectives

Let students check the story by playing the CD-ROM. title.

Speak in a real situation Let's ask and answer about the time with your partner.

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 4 I will show you the time with my arms stretched out. Guess the time. Good-bye Next class, we'll learn a new lesson. That's all for today. Have a nice day. Good bye everyone.

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: Cinderella

◷ 20'

Let's look at the pictures Open your book to page 45. Who do you see in the picture? Can you guess what they are talking about? Listen to the story What did you hear? What did Cinderella say to her fairy godmother when she asked about the time? Listen and repeat Let's watch the screen and repeat the dialogue line by line. Let's take a role and repeat after the CD-ROM title. Put your voice into the scene.
Tips

EXTRA

Time for Lunch ◷ 7'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】What time is it? It's _____. Time for _____. ▸Choose a student who will be 'It'. ▸Draw a line as the starting line. ▸Let students ask the question "What time is it?" to the player who is 'It'. ▸When 'It' answers "It's three o'clock.", the others should go three steps toward 'It' while he/she is watching them. In other words, the players need to walk the same number of the steps as the time said by 'It'. ▸As the players get close to 'It', 'It' says "It's time for lunch." instead of answering "It's ___ o'clock." ▸On hearing this, the players should run as fast as they can to reach the starting line. ▸If one of the players is caught, he/she will be 'It'.

Use the 'Screen off' function to reduce the boredom of the repetition.

Role play Let's practice in a group. Volunteers, come forward and present your play.
Tips

Sometimes it is efficient to put the dialogue of the role-play on the blackboard or the wall.

Let's Review Listen and mark the correct time for each clock Listen to the dialogue and mark the correct time to match with the pictures on page 46. Are you done? Let's check the answers. Look at the pictures and speak Look at the pictures on page 47. Think about the story.

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Look and Listen(1) (Minsu is preparing to go to school.) Minsu: What time is it? (Minsu's mom is on the phone. She glances at the clock.) Minsu's with mom: the It's eight. (Minsu he is has playing enough computer because

Let's Chant: What Time Is It? What time is it? Tick tock.(x2) It's twelve. Tick tock. (x2) Tick tock tick tock tick tock. It's time for lunch. Yeah! What time is it? Tick tock. (x2) It's nine. Tick tock. (x2) Tick tock tick tock tick tock. It's time for bed. Yeah! Let's Sing: What Time Is It? What time is it? (x2) wrong, What time is it, Mina? Eight o'clock, eight o'clock. It's eight o'clock. Ticktock! What time is it? (x2) What time is it, Minsu? Twelve o'clock, twelve o'clock. It's twelve o'clock. Ticktock! Let's Role-play: Cinderella (Cinderella is crying because she can't go to the party at the palace. Then her fairy godmother pops up.) Cinderella: Can you help me? Fairy godmother: (Nodding with a smile) Sure, I can. (When the fairy godmother waves her wand, a nice car pops up. A touch of the wand transforms Cinderella's clothes into a beautiful dress.) Cinderella: Oh! Thank you! (Riding in the car) Good-bye! Fairy godmother: Good-bye! (Cinderella is dancing with the prince.) Cinderella: What time is it? Prince: It's eleven. (After a while) Cinderella: What time is it now? Prince: It's twelve o'clock. (The clock strikes twelve.) Cinderella: (Running out of the palace) Oh, I'm late. Good-bye. Prince: Wait, wait! What's your name? (The prince picks her glass slipper up.)

time. After a while) Minsu: (Playing a computer game) What time is it? Minsu's mom: (Hang up the phone) It's eight. (Suddenly she recognizes something is and picks up the watch on the table.) Minsu's mom: Oh, no. It's nine. Minsu: Nine. (Surprised) Nine? Oh, I'm late. (In a hurry) Oh, I'm late. (Minsu rushes out of the house. His mom is looking at him with a lot of concern.) Look and Listen(2) (This is the fantastic clock world. Julie and a rabbit are playing in a cave, and Minsu looks at them and follows them into the cave.) Minsu: What time is it? Julie: It's ten. Minsu: (Looking at the other clock) What time is it? Julie: It's two o'clock. Minsu: What time is it now? Julie: (With her shoulders shrugged) I don't know. (At that time, their stomachs rumble with hunger.) Julie: Oh, I see. Minsu: It's twelve. Minsu, Julie: (Laughing) It's time for lunch. Minsu: (With a dream-like voice) It's time for lunch. Minsu's mom: (Waking up Minsu) It's time for lunch. (He woke to find that he fell asleep while reading the book, 'Alice in wonderland'.)

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Board Game
Question: What time is it? Answer: It's ____o'clock. It's time for ____.

4:00

Good! Do it again.

11:00
Sorry! Miss your turn.

12:00

2:00

Good! Do it gain.

Good! Do it gain.

3:00

12:00

4:00

5:00

7:00

9:00
Sorry! Miss your turn.

6:00

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6:00

8:00
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10:00

7:00

Flick a coin
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Bingo
Question: What time is it? Answer: It's ___ o'clock. It's time for _____.

It's 10.

It's 5.

It's 4.

It's 3.

It's 7.

It's 2.

It's 8.

It's 12.

It's 5.

It's 2.

It's 4.

It's 7.

It's 3.

It's 8.

It's 12.

It's 11.

It's 10.

It's 5.

It's 7.

It's 8.

It's 4.

It's 3.

It's 11.

It's 2.

It's 2.

It's 3.

It's 5.

It's 3.

It's 7.

It's 8.

It's 4.

It's 11.

It's 4.

It's 10.

It's 5.

It's 2.

It's 11.

It's 7.

It's 3.

It's 8.

It's 5.

It's 2.

It's 4.

It's 7.

It's 3.

It's 8.

It's 12.

It's 11.

It's 7.

It's 3.

It's 2.

It's 10.

It's 12.

It's 11.

It's 8.

It's 5.

It's 5.

It's 2.

It's 7.

It's 8.

It's 12.

It's 11.

Cut this line. Tear this line.

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5
Aims

Who Is She?
In this lesson, students will learn how to ask about people that they don't know and introduce new people to their friends. This lesson, therefore, will help students build good relationships with others. To listen to and understand the expressions about asking and Listening answering who they are To listen to and understand the expressions about introducing their family or friends Speaking Reading Communicative To ask and answer about someone's name To introduce their family and friends to others To read words about family members

Objectives

Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

Introducing people Who is _________? He/She is _________.

Who is she? She is Mina.

Vocabulary

boy, brother, father, girl, he, mother, pretty, puppy, right, she, sister, who
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 50~51

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Pointing a Right Picture ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Chant: 'Who Is This?' ◦Guessing Game ◦Sing along: 'Who Is She?' ◦Read words for family members ◦Survey ◦Role-play: 'Shim Cheong' ◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real situation
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◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

52~54

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

55~56

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶ ◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

4

57~59

4-5-1 Who Is She?

pp. 50-51

Objectives

• To listen to and understand the questions "Who is this/that/he/she?" and to answer them • To use the expressions of agreement
▸Have students bring pictures of famous people. ▸Have several students hold up their pictures and show them to the class. ▸A teacher reads out the dialogue about a person, and students point to the correct picture. T: Who is this/that/he/she? He is Lee Sunsin. ▸Change the pictures and play the game again.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? How's the weather today? Listen and do as I say Listen carefully and do as I tell you. Put your hands up, please. Put your hands down, please. Put your left hand up, please. Put your left hand down, please. Put your hands on your knees, please. Review Count numbers from 1 to 12 for telling time. Ask and answer about what time it is.
Tips

While changing pictures, let students sing a song, 'Walking Walking'.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Indicating a student) Who is this/that? She is ________. Who is he/she? He is ________. Good-bye Next time, we will learn a chant and practice the expressions more. Bye! Have a good day. Bye, class.

Flash cards or clocks are needed to teach how to say time.

Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture What do you see in the picture? Can you guess what they are saying? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What did the people say? Listen to the dialogue What does Thomas have in his hands? What does he ask? Listen again Who is it in the picture? Ask listening comprehension check questions. Listen and Repeat⑴ Listen and repeat Practice Now, let's repeat the dialogue line by line. Listen and repeat again. Let's Play⑴: Pointing a Right Picture ◷ 10' 【Materials】Pictures of famous people 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Who is this/that/he/she? He/She is____.

EXTRA

Truth Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Pictures of famous people 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Who is this/that/he/she? He/She is____. ▸A teacher holds up a picture and reads a dialogue. T: Who is this? He is Lee Sunsin. ▸If the picture matches the dialogue, students can clap 5 times. If not, students can tap their desk 5 times. ▸Show a picture and say the person's name in the picture. If the picture matches the name, students can repeat after the teacher. If not, they will stay silent.

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pp. 52-54

Objectives

• To ask and answer the questions "Who is this/that/he/she?" • To learn the chant 'Who is this?'
He/She is_________. ▸ Have students work in groups. ▸ Shuffle the baby pictures of students and put them in a bag. One student chooses a picture and shows it to others. ▸ When other students ask who he/she is, the students guess whose picture it is. ▸ Change the group members and play the game again.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? How's the weather today? Review (Show a partially covered picture.) Take a guess who it is. She is a beautiful girl. She has a fin. She lives in the sea. She loves a prince. Who is she? She is a mermaid.
Tips

Use the characters.

photos

of

celebrities

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fairy

tale

Objectives Present the objectives

Students can draw a picture of themselves if they don't bring a photo. Use a photo projector to show the pictures and do this game as a whole class activity.

✎ Closing ✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the picture Who are they? What's happening? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What do people say? Listen to the dialogue Where does this happen? Who does Anne think the girl is? Who plays Alice? Listen again Let's listen again and check your answers. Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Practice Listen and repeat the dialogue line by line. Listen and repeat again. Let's Chant Listen to the chant Chant Chant one part at a time. Now, let's chant together. Let's Play⑵: Guessing Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】Pictures of students when they were babies 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Who is this/that/he/she? Review Review today's lesson I'll tell you about someone in our class. (Describe a student in the class and have students guess who she/he is.) Guess who he/she is. He's wearing a red shirt. He has short hair. He can run fast. Who is he? Good-bye Time's up. Have a good day. Bye, class.
EXTRA

Who Is This? ◷ 10'
【Materials】None 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Who is this? He/She is_______. ▸Have students work in groups of six. ▸One student in each group takes a turn to imitate famous people, and asks "Who is this?" ▸The other students answer, "He/She's_____." ▸Whoever says the right answer gets a point. ▸The student who gets the most points wins the game.

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4-5-3 Who Is She?

pp. 55-56

Objectives

• To sing the song 'Who Is She?' • To read family member words

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? How's the weather today? Review Do you remember the last lesson? (Showing a student's baby picture) Take a guess, please. Who is this?
Tips

Let's Play⑶: Survey ◷ 10' 【Materials】Paper, pencil 【Grouping】Individual work 【Expressions】Hi, Mina. Who is she/he? She/He is my friend, Minsu. She is my mother/sister. He is my father/brother. ▸Ask students to draw a picture of their classmate or family member on a piece of paper. ▸When the teacher says "Go!", the students start the survey. ▸Students ask each other who they drew, and write down the answers on the survey sheet. ▸Ask students to meet as many friends as possible in a given time.
Tips

Objectives Present the objectives

If students cannot give the correct answer, give them hints like 'It's a boy or girl.'

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One Look at the screen and listen carefully, please. How did Thomas ask about the picture? Who is that snowman? Let's listen to Dialogue Two How did Thomas ask about the actor? How did Tony answer Thomas? If the boy's name is Minsu, how can you answer? Let's Sing Let's listen to the song Practice Let's sing the song part by part. Now, let's sing together.
Tips

Keep the pictures simple so they don't take a long time to draw.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (The teacher goes around the classroom and asks a question to each student. All the students answer the teacher.) Who is this/that? Good-bye Next time, we will do a role-play and finish this lesson. Time's up. See you next week. Good-bye, class.
EXTRA

When the teacher points to a student, all the students sing the song using his/her name.

Let's Read Look and listen carefully (Putting the word cards on the blackboard) Listen carefully. Brother. This is my brother. Father. This is my father. Mother. This is my mother. Sister. This is my sister. Listen and do Repeat after me. Read them yourself Let's match the pictures with the words on page 55. Check the answers.

Reading Activity ◷ 10'
【Materials】Word cards for family members 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Father, mother, sister, brother ▸Put the word cards on the blackboard, and write a number below each card. When the teacher says a word, students say the correct number. If the teacher says a number, students say the word.

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4-5-4 Who Is She?

pp. 57-59

Objectives

• To do a role-play using "Who is he/she?, He/She is_______." • To listen and choose the correct answers • To use the expressions asking who he/she is in a real situation
These are the answers. Are your answers correct? Look at the pictures and speak What's happening? Can you guess the story? Look at Minsu and Julie. What are they saying? Look at the screen and check the story. Speak in a real situation Look at the wall. There are many pictures on it. (Put some pictures of famous entertainers or classmates on the wall.) Walk around the classroom with your partner. Ask and answer, "Who is he/she?"

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you doing today? How's the weather outside? Review Let's sing the song, 'Who Is She?'
Tips

The teacher points to one student, and all the students sing the song 'Who Is She?', using his/her name.

Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: Shim Cheong ◷ 20' 【Materials】Props for the role-play 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Who is this/that/she/he? She/He is_________. Look at the picture Open your book to page 57 and look at the pictures. Who are they? What story is it? What's happening? Listen to the dialogue What did the King say to Shim Cheong when she was surprised by her father? How did Shim Cheong answer him? How did she introduce her father to the King? How did the King and Shim Cheong's father greet each other? Listen and repeat Please repeat each sentence. Role play
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 5 We've learned the expressions of "Who this/that/she/he?" and "She/He is_________." Good-bye Time's up. Next class, we'll study lesson 6. Good-bye, everyone. See you then.

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EXTRA

BINGO ◷ 10'
【Materials】Bingo boards 【Grouping】Whole Class 【Expressions】Who is this/that/she/he? She/He is_________. ▸Have students write down their classmates' names on the bingo board. ▸The teacher asks "Who is that?" to the class pointing to one student. ▸The whole class answers, "He/She is____." ▸If students find his/her name on their bingo board, they draw an ○ or ☓ on the space. ▸Next, the student who was chosen by the teacher stands up and asks another student, "Who is that?" ▸Repeat the game until someone has two straight lines.

Students take a role and practice the dialog by acting out. Students do the role-play with their group members in front of the class.

Let's Review Listen and find the right pictures Listen carefully, and choose the correct picture. Write down the number in each circle. Let's check how well you did.

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Look and Listen(1) (People are lining up to see the school play. Julie's father, Mr. Brown, drops a photo from his bag, but he doesn't notice it. Julie and Zeeto are in the photo. Thomas picks it up and asks Tony some questions.) Thomas: Who is she? Tony: She is Julie? Thomas: Oh! Julie! (Julie comes to Tony and Thomas.) Thomas: (Pointing at Zeeto in the picture with his finger) Who is this? Tony: It's a snowman. Julie: (With a smile) It's Zeeto. Thomas: Zeeto? Julie: Yes, that's right. (Julie misses Zeeto. Zeeto waves his hand in Julie's imagination.) Zeeto: Bye! Julie: Zeeto! Look and Listen(2) (Julie plays the Rabbit and Minsu plays Alice in their school play, 'Alice in Wonderland.') Julie: Oh, I'm late. Thomas: Oh, that girl is pretty! Who is she? Tony: I don't know. Who is she? Anne: She is Julie. Mr. Brown: No, she is Mina. (Minsu's wig slips off as he takes a bow when the play is finished.) Minsu: Oops! Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Brown: Oh, that's a boy! Anne: Who is he? Tony: I don't know. Thomas: He's Minsu!

Let's Chant: Who is This? Who is This? Who is This? Who is This? Boom boom boom. It's a snowman. It's a snowman. It's a snowman. Boom boom boom. Who is that? Who is that? Who is that? Arf! It's a puppy. It's a puppy. It's a puppy. Arf, arf! Let's Sing: Who is She? Who is she? Who is she? She is Julie. Julie is my friend. Who is she? Who is she? She is Julie. Julie is my friend. Who is he? Who is he? He is Minsu. Minsu is my friend. Who is he? Who is he? He is Minsu. Minsu is my friend.
Let's Role-Play: Shim Cheong (After Shim Cheong became the King's wife, she

hosted a big feast for the blind people to find her father. Shim Cheong stands up with a surprised face when she sees her father appear.) King: Who is he? Shim Cheong: He is my father. (Running to him) Father! Shim Cheong's father: Who is she? Subject: She is Shim Cheong. Shim Cheong's father: Shim Cheong? Shim Cheong: (Hugging him) Father! Shim Cheong's father: (Surprisingly, his eyes open slowly.) Oh, Shim Cheong! Shim Cheong: King, this is my father. King: Nice to meet you. Shim Cheong's father: (His eyes are very wide-open with surprise.) Nice to meet you, too.

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Word Cards

father mother sister brother
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Lesson 5. Who Is She?(4/4)

Name _________________

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6
Aims

Is This Your Cap?
The students will learn how to ask and answer questions about possessions and about how to describe objects using colors. They will also have chances to use these expressions in real situations. To listen to and understand expressions about identifying Listening ownership To listen to and understand expressions about color To ask and answer the expressions about ownership To describe objects To read words about objects Is this your cap? This is my cap. It's green.

Objectives

Speaking

Reading Communicative
Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

Checking facts

Is this your ________? This is my ________. It's ________.

Vocabulary

bat, color, cute, green, notebook, pencil case, red, white
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 60~61

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Ladder Game ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Chant: 'Is This Your Cap?' ◦Find the Owner ◦Sing along: 'Is This Your Puppy?' ◦Match the pictures and the words ◦Lost and Found ◦Role-play: 'A God and a Boy' ◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real situation
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◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

62~64

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

65~66

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶ ◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

4

67~69

4-6-1 Is This Your Cap?

pp. 60-61

Objectives

• To listen to and understand the expressions about identifying ownership • To ask the question, "Is this your _______?"
Yes, it is./No, it isn't. ▸A teacher says "Is this your dog?" and students follow the ladder from the dog until they reach a face at the bottom of the ladder. ▸If they reach a happy face, students say "Yes, it is." If they reach a sad face, students say, "No, it isn't." ▸The teacher changes the question with different items such as an eraser, cat, notebook, etc.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? How's the weather today? Listen and do as I say Listen carefully and do as I say. (To a student with a ball) Throw the ball to me, please. (Throwing the ball to another student) Catch the ball. Review Sing the song, 'What's This?' Objectives Present the objectives

After the class activity, have students work in pairs.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Holding up a student's item) Is this your _____? (Showing a positive or negative sign) Yes, it is. No, it isn't. Good-bye Time's up. Good-bye. Take care, everyone.
EXTRA

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture What does Julie have in her arms? Is Julie happy? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What do people say? Listen to the dialogue What is a puppy? Whose puppy is this? Listen again Can you tell me what you heard? Do you understand "Is this your puppy?" (Ask listening comprehension check questions.)
Tips

Guessing Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Pencils and erasers 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Is this your pencil/eraser? Yes, it is./ No, it isn't. Thank you. ▸Two groups sit face to face. ▸Group A closes their eyes first. Group B takes out all their pencils. Group A opens their eyes and looks at the pencils for a while (about 5 seconds). Then Group A closes their eyes again. Group B mixes up all the pencils. ▸Group A students discuss who is the owner of each pencil. After the discussion, Group A students take turns asking questions one by one to find the owner of each pencil. ▸Group B students do the activity in the same way. After finishing the activity, ask the students to do the activity again with erasers. ▸Count how many pencils each team matches with their owners. The team that matched the most items correctly wins the game.

Try to elicit as many words or phrases as possible.

Listen and Repeat⑴ Listen and repeat Practice Watch me and repeat after me. (Holding a student's book) Is this your book? (Listen and repeat after the teacher.) Is this your book?
Tips

Practice the sentences by using students' objects.

I'll say a sentence. Do as I say. Is this your book? Look at me and say the sentence. Let's Play⑴: Ladder Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】None 【Grouping】Whole class, pair work 【Expressions】Is this your ?

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4-6-2 Is This Your Cap?

pp. 62-64

Objectives

• To ask and answer the question "Is this your ____ ?" • To understand expressions about colors and describe colors of objects
▸All the students in the classroom call 'It' to come back into the classroom. ▸'It' picks up the item on the table and looks for its owner. Students sing a song loudly if 'It' comes close to the owner. If not, their voices get softer and softer. ▸When 'It' chooses someone as the owner, students ask him/her together, "Is this your pencil?" The chosen student answers, "Yes, it is./No, it isn't."

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, everyone. How are you doing? How's the weather outside? Review Review the previous lesson Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the pictures Who are they in the picture? What are they doing? What are they looking for? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What are the people saying? Listen to the dialogue Where was Julie's cap? What color is Julie's cap? Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Practice (Showing some colors) It's red/blue/yellow/green/blue. Listen carefully and say what color it is. What color is it? Is it yellow? Let's Chant Listen to the chant Chant Let's chant one part at a time.
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Showing a student's items to the other student) Is this your pencil? (The student answers "Yes." or "No.") (Giving the item to the owner) Is this your pencil? Good-bye You did a good job today. Have a good day. See you.
EXTRA

What Color Is It? ◷ 10'
【Materials】Colored pencils, student's cards 【Grouping】Individual work 【Expressions】Color the cap green. What color is it? It's green (red, yellow, blue, purple, black, etc). ▸Teacher says "Color the cap green." ▸Students color a cap on their card with a green pencil. ▸After coloring all the items, the teacher asks students a question, "What color is the cap?" ▸Students answer "It's green." ▸After the activity, have students sing a song, 'Sing a Rainbow' together.
Tips

Chant with motions during the 'this' and 'that' part.

Let's Play⑵: Find the Owner ◷ 10' 【Materials】Classroom objects 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Is this your ? Yes, it is./No, it isn't. ▸One student ('It') goes outside the classroom and waits for a while. Choose one item from students and put it on the table.

Visit a website below for 'Sing a Rainbow'. http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-songs-little-kids.htm

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pp. 65-66

Objectives

• To sing along and use the expressions which they learned in previous lessons • To read words and match them to the right pictures
▸Make groups of ten. ▸Students put one school item and one picture card in a basket. ▸When the teacher says "Go.", one student from each group comes up to the front. ▸They close their eyes and choose one thing or card in each basket, and find the owner. ▸If the team find the owner, the next person comes up and does the same thing. ▸The team that finds the most owners will be the winner.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. How are you today? What day is it today? Review Let's chant together using the names of these things. (The teacher shows a cap, an eraser, a pencil, a notebook, a ruler and so on one by one.) Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One What did Julie ask Mina? What did Julie say about the puppy? Let's listen to Dialogue Two When Mina asked Julie the color of her cap, how did Julie answer? When Minsu found the cap, what did Mina ask Julie? Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's sing one part at a time. Let's Read Look and listen carefully Open your books to page 65. Let's listen to how to pronounce the words. Listen and do Listen and repeat the words after the teacher. Listen carefully and pick up the right card. Read them yourself Let's read the words aloud. Match the hidden objects with the correct words. Let's Play⑶: Lost and Found ◷ 10' 【Materials】School supplies, Picture cards (p.105), Baskets (for each group) 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Is this your pencil? Yes, it is. Thank you. You're welcome.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson I'll show you a word and a time. Say a question with these words. Is this your bat/book/pencil/cap? Good-bye Did you have fun today? So long, everyone.
EXTRA

Word Search ◷ 10'
【Materials】Worksheets 【Grouping】Individual work ▸A student finds the hidden words in the grid and circles them.
Tips

Students can work in pairs.

▸Worksheet answers

a b c b a tib o o k jg r p e n c ilb d u c a p z p b g h n b e e o i o a n c n o g t c d f p k r i e a j i p l c k l m s

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4-6-4 Is This Your Cap?

pp. 67-69

Objectives

• To ask and answer questions about possession through role-play • To use the expressions in a real situation
Watch the screen and compare the story with yours. (Show the story with the CD-ROM title.) Speak in a real situation Close your eyes. Don't open your eyes, please. (When the students close their eyes, the teacher picks up several school items.) Now, open your eyes, please. (Showing an eraser) Is this your eraser? Work in groups. Ask and answer one another.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. Is everyone here? Who is absent today? Is he/she okay? Listen and do as I say Listen carefully and do as I say. (Student's name)! Throw the ball to me, please. Catch the ball. Drop the ball, please. Well done. Review Chant 'Is This Your Cap?' together. Sing the song 'Is This your Puppy?' Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 6 We've learned expressions of how to ask and answer about possessions. What will we learn in the next lesson? We are going to learn about making a suggestion in lesson 7. Good-bye Thanks for your attention. Good-bye. Thank you. See you.
EXTRA

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: A God and a Boy ◷ 20' 【Materials】Bats, a cap 【Grouping】Whole class, Pair work 【Expressions】Is this your bat? Yes, it is. No, it isn't. My bat is white. Thank you. Look at the picture Open your book to page 67 and look at the pictures. Who are they? Let's listen to the story together. Listen to the dialogue What is this story about? What's happening? Listen and repeat Please repeat each sentence. Role play Let's Review Listen and match the items with their owners Listen to the dialogue and match the items with their owners. Let's check the answers. Look at the pictures and speak What's happening? Make up a story with the pictures.

Musical Chairs ◷ 10'
【Materials】Chairs, School objects 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】red, yellow, green, blue, orange, pink, white, black, pencil, pen, eraser, ruler, book ▸Have students sit around in their own chairs. ▸A teacher says one color. ▸All the students who are wearing that color stand up and sit on an unoccupied chair. The teacher also has a seat. ▸The student who doesn't have a chair will be 'It'. He/She says the next color.
Tips

After playing this game using colors, have students play the game with school supplies. Have students hold school items like pencils, pens, erasers, rulers and so on.

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Lesson 6 Is This Your Cap?
Look and Listen(1) (Julie visits Minsu's house. Mina, his sister, opens the door and welcomes her.) Mina: Hi. Julie: Hi. (Julie sees a puppy in Mina's arms.) Julie: (Touching the puppy) It's cute. Is this your puppy? Mina: Yes, it is. (Passing the puppy to Julie) Here! Julie: Hey, puppy... puppy... umm. (Mina notices the puppy is going to pee.) Mina: Oh, oh! Julie: Oh, no! Look and Listen(2) (Julie says good bye to Minsu and Mina in front of their house.) Julie: Bye. Minsu, Mina: Bye. (Julie finds out she lost her cap.) Julie: Oh, my cap! (Julie, Minsu and Mina look for the cap. Mina picks up a cap and asks Julie.) Mina: Is this your cap, Julie? Julie: No, it isn't. Mina: What color is it? Julie: My cap is green. Minsu: (Pointing to something under the bed) Look! It's here. Mina: Is this your cap? Julie: Yes, it is. (A puppy is under the bed with the cap in his mouth.) Let's Chant: Is This Your Cap? Toot, toot, toot, toot, toot Toot, toot, toot, toot, toot Is this your cap? Is this your cap? No, it isn't. No, it isn't. (X2)

Toot, toot, toot, toot, toot Toot, toot, toot, toot, toot Is that your cap? Is that your cap? Yes, it is. Yes, it is. (X2) Let's Sing: Is This Your Puppy? Is this your puppy? Yes, it is. Is this your puppy? Yes, it is. It's so cute. Oh, wow! Thank you. It's so cute. Oh, wow! Thank you. Wow! Is this your puppy? Yes, it is. Is this your puppy? Yes, it is. It's so cute. Oh, wow! Thank you. It's so cute. Oh, wow! Thank you. Wow! Let's Role-Play: A God and a Boy (A boy is playing baseball. He drops the bat into the pond. He is crying.) Boy: (Crying) My bat, My bat... Help me, please. Can you help me? (Suddenly, it's very foggy and a mountain god comes up from water. He is watching the boy.) Mountain god: Sure, I can help you. (The mountain god disappears into the water. After a while, he appears holding a golden bat.) Mountain god: Is this your bat? Boy: No, it isn't. My bat is white. Mountain god: No? Umm...(He disappears into the water again. After a while he comes up with a white bat.) Is this your bat? Boy: (With a bright smile) Yes, it is. That's my bat. (Receiving the bat from the mountain god) Thank you!

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Lesson 6. Is This Your Cap?(2/4)

What Color Is It?

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Lesson 6. Is This Your Cap?(3/4)

Name _________________

Word Search
A. 1.
Please find words in the box.

a b c b a t ib o o k j g r p e n c ilb d u c a p z

2. Please write the words that you found.

_____________ B. 1.

_____________ _____________ _____________

Please find words in the box.

p b g h n b

e e o i o a

n c n o g t

c d f p k r

i e a j i p

l c k l m s

2. Please write the words that you found.

_____________

_____________ _____________ _____________

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7
Aims

Sorry, I Can't
In this lesson, students will learn how to make suggestions and they also learn how to accept or refuse by making an excuse. To listen to and understand the expressions about suggestions To listen to and understand the expressions about accepting a suggestion or refusing it by making an excuse To make a suggestion and respond to a suggestion To accept or refuse an invitation and make an excuse To sing a song To read words about sports 1. Suggesting 2. Declining Let's play soccer. Sorry, I can't.

Listening

Objectives

Speaking

Reading Communicative
Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

Let's play _______. Sorry, I can't. I'm _______.

Vocabulary

all, badminton, baseball, basketball, play, sick, soccer, table tennis, tired
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 70~71

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦True or False ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Chant: 'Let's Play Badminton' ◦Whispering game ◦Sing along: 'Sorry, I can't' ◦Match the pictures and the words ◦Card game ◦Role-play: 'The Ant and the Grasshopper' ◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real situation
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◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

72~74

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

75~76

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶ ◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

4

77~79

4-7-1 Sorry, I Can't

pp. 70-71

Objectives

• To listen to and understand the expressions about making suggestions and to say them • To accept or say "No" nicely to a suggestion
Sorry, I can't. I'm tired. Sure./ OK. ▸Teacher shows a picture card and says a sentence. ▸If the sentence is correct, students repeat the sentence. ▸If the teacher says the wrong sentence, students stand up and say "No."
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? Look outside. How's the weather? Listen and do as I say Listen carefully and do as I say. Close your eyes, please. Open your eyes, please. Blink your eyes, please. Review (Showing a soccer ball) Is this your ball? What color is it? Objectives Present the objectives

When the teacher says a sentence, students mime it. When the teacher mimes a sentence, students say the correct sentence. One of the students can be a volunteer to mime.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Please ask your partner to join a sport in English. Please review today's lesson using the CD-ROM title at home. Good-bye Time's up. Good-bye. Take care, everyone.
EXTRA

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture Who are they? What does Minsu play? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What did the people say? Listen to the dialogue What's happening? What is Minsu's suggestion? Listen again How does Thomas answer Minsu? Why does Thomas say "Sorry, I can't."? Listen and Repeat⑴ Listen and repeat Practice Watch me and repeat after me. (Showing a picture of playing soccer) Let's play soccer. (Holding a picture of a happy face) Okay. (Showing a sad face) Sorry, I can't.
Tips

The Miming Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Picture cards for sports 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑴ ▸Divide the class into two groups (there may be two groups or more). ▸Students in each group stand in a line. ▸A teacher shows a picture to the first student in each line and he/she mimes it to the next student. This continues to the last student. ▸The last student in the group has to say the sentence. If he/she is right, the group says "OK." ▸If the answer is incorrect, they start from the first student until they get the right answer. ▸The first student goes to the end of the line and starts a new game from the second student.

Practice the sentences by using sports pictures such as baseball, badminton, tennis, and so on.

Let's Play⑴: True or False ◷ 10' 【Materials】Picture cards for sports 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Let's play soccer/baseball/basketball/ table tennis/badminton.

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4-7-2 Sorry, I Can't

pp. 72-74

Objectives

• To understand the expression, "Sorry, I can't. I'm sick." and to say "No." nicely to someone with an excuse • To understand and say the expression, "That's too bad."
【Expressions】Let's play badminton. Sorry, I can't. I have a cold. ▸Students stand in a line. ▸Teacher whispers a message to the first person in each group and passes a doll to them. ▸The first student whispers the message and gives the doll to the next player in his/her group until the last player gets the message. ▸The last player has to pick up the correct card and give it to the teacher.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, everyone. How are you doing? How's the weather outside? Review Review the previous lesson I'll mime. Try to guess what I'm doing. (Kick a ball) (Wave a hand to say "No.") Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the pictures Who is in the picture? What are they doing in gym class? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What do people say? Listen to the dialogue What does Julie say to Minsu? Why can't Minsu play badminton with Julie? (Ask listening comprehension check questions.) Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Practice (Prepare 4 sentence cards such as "I'm tired.", "I'm sick.", "I have a cold.", "I'm hungry." and ask questions.) (Showing a picture "I'm sick.") Are you all right? (Help students answer "I'm sick.") Let's Chant Listen to the chant Chant Let's chant part by part. Let's chant together.
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Showing pictures for sports) Please look here. What would you say to your friends? (The students say "Let's play badminton.") (Pretend to be tired/sick/hungry) Sorry, I can't. I'm tired/sick/hungry. Good-bye You did a good job today. Have a good day. See you.

EXTRA

Pair-up Activity ◷ 10'
【Materials】Picture cards about sports (Paired cards for each sport) 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Let's play _______. Ok, let's go. Sorry, I can't. ▸Have each student choose one card. ▸When the teacher plays a song, everybody moves around the classroom and has a conversation to find someone who has the same card. ▸Pairs with the same cards go to the front and sit down together. ▸The teacher checks their cards.

Chant with motions 'Let's play basketball.' and 'Sorry, I can't.' part.

badminton/

Let's Play⑵: Whispering Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】A doll, Picture cards 【Grouping】Whole class

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4-7-3 Sorry, I Can't

pp. 75-76

Objectives

• To sing along with a song, 'Sorry, I Can't.' • To read words about sports
▸Mix up all of the 36 cards and have each student take only four cards. Put the rest of the cards facing up on the desk. ▸First student throws one card down and says, "Let's play soccer." ▸Students who have the same card throw it down and answer "Okay." ▸The students who don't have the same card, say "Sorry, I can't" and take one card from the pile. ▸The student who throws down all the cards first wins the game.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. How are you today? What day is it today? Review Let's chant together. (Show different sports cards and have students change the lyrics of the chant.) Let's change 'badminton' to different sports. Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One What did Minsu say to Thomas? How did Thomas answer Minsu? Let's listen to Dialogue Two What did Julie ask Minsu to play with her? When Minsu said "Sorry, I can't.", what did Julie ask Minsu? How did Minsu answer Julie? Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's sing part by part. Let's make motions with the song. Let's sing the song using other sports. Let's Read Look and listen carefully Open your books to page 65. Listen carefully. Listen and do Listen and repeat after me. Now, if I'm right, read after me. If I'm wrong, please stay quiet. Read them yourself Please find the hidden words in the table. Now, let's check the answers. Let's Play⑶: Card Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】Sports picture cards (p.107) 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Let's play _______. Ok, let's go./ Sorry, I can't.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's sing the song 'Sorry, I Can't.' (One student chooses a sport card and the other student chooses a condition card.) Ask and answer each other. Good-bye Next week, we will do role play, 'The Ant and the Grasshopper'. So long, everyone.
EXTRA

Reading Fast ◷ 10'
【Materials】Sports word cards 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】Soccer, baseball, badminton, etc. ▸Post word cards on the board. ▸Choose two students and have them read from each end to the middle. ▸When they meet in the middle, have them do 'Rock, paper, scissors'. All the students shout together, 'Rock, paper, scissors'. ▸The winner keeps on reading the words in the same direction, and the loser goes back to the start. ▸When they meet in the middle again, they do 'Rock, paper, scissors' again. ▸The student who reads the all cards first will be the winner.
Tips

After the students become familiar with the words, the teacher can change them to sentences.

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4-7-4 Sorry, I Can't

pp. 77-79

Objectives

• To do a role-play using the expressions, "Let's ___." and "Sorry, I can't." • To understand and use the expressions of suggestion and refusal
What's in the pictures? Make up a story with the pictures. Watch the screen and compare the story with yours. (Show the story with the CD-ROM title.) Speak in a real situation I'll ask you a question. Answer my question. Let's play soccer, (a student's name). (Help the student say "OK." or "Sorry, I can't.") Please ask your partner to play sports together this afternoon.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. Is everyone here? Who is absent today? Is he/she okay? Listen and do as I say Listen carefully and do as I say. Put your hands up. Put your hands down. Put your hands on your head. Scratch your head. Review Chant 'Let's Play Badminton' together. Sing the song 'Sorry, I Can't' with motions Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 7 We've learned the expressions for "Let's play~." and "Sorry, I can't." What will we learn next lesson? We are going to study 'How much is it?' Good-bye Thanks for your attention. Good-bye. Thank you. See you.
EXTRA

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: The Ant and the Grasshopper ◷ 20' 【Materials】Pictures of food, a violin, a blanket 【Grouping】Whole class, Pair work 【Expressions】Can you help me? I'm sorry, I'm sick. I have a cold. Sure, I can. Look at the picture Open your book to page 77 and look at the pictures. Who are they? What story is it? Listen to the dialogue What is the story about? What's happening? Listen and repeat Please repeat each sentence. Role play Let's Review Listen and find the right pictures Listen to the dialogue. Find the right pictures and write the numbers in the circle. Let's check the answers. Look at the pictures and speak Look at the picture. Who comes out?

Go Fish ◷ 10'
【Materials】Sports picture cards 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】Let's play badminton/baseball/tennis/ basketball/table tennis/soccer. ▸Make groups of four students. Each student has four cards. ▸Mix up all the cards and each student gets four cards, without showing them to other players. ▸First student decides which card he/she wants to collect, and says "S2, Let's ______." ▸If the S2 has the card, he/she has to give the card to S1. If he/she doesn't have the card, he/she says "Sorry, I can't." ▸The student who answered now asks the next student. The student who collects four of the same cards first is the winner.

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Lesson 7

Sorry, I Can't

Look and Listen(1) (Minsu is playing soccer with his friends. When he sees Thomas sitting on the bench, he says,) Minsu: (Kicking the ball to Thomas) Let's play soccer, Thomas. Thomas: (Kicking the ball back to Minsu) Sorry, I can't. I'm tired. Minsu: That's too bad. (Minsu is playing with the soccer ball and a boy is running toward him.) Thomas: Watch out! (Minsu and the boy bump into each other and fall on the ground. Thomas helps them.) Thomas: Are you OK? Are you OK? Minsu, Boy: (Pretending they are not hurt) I'm OK. Boy: Thank you. Minsu: Thank you. (Thomas laughs.) Look and Listen(2) (Children are playing badminton in the gym class. Minsu rips his pants when he tries to catch a shuttlecock.) Julie: Minsu, let's play badminton. Minsu: (Embarrassed) Ummm. Sorry, I can't. Julie: Are you all right? Minsu: Oh, I'm sick. I have a cold. Julie: That's too bad. Let's Chant: Let's Play Badminton Looby looby looby looby li. Looby looby looby li. Let's play badminton. Sorry, I can't (Sorry!) Let's play badminton. Sorry, I can't (Sorry!) Looby looby looby looby li. Looby looby looby li. Looby looby looby looby li. Looby looby looby li. Let's play basketball. Sorry, I can't (Sorry!) Let's play basketball. Sorry, I can't (Sorry!)

Looby looby looby looby li. Looby looby looby li. Let's Sing: Sorry, I can't Let's play badminton. Sorry, I can't. Sorry! Let's play badminton. Sorry, I can't. Are you okay? Cough! I have a cold. Are you okay? Cough! I have a cold. Cough! Let's play basketball. Sorry, I can't. Sorry! Let's play basketball. Sorry, I can't. Are you okay? Cough! I have a cold. Are you okay? Cough! I have a cold. Cough! Let's Role-Play: The Ant and the Grasshopper (It's a very hot summer. The ant is working hard to gather its food. The grasshopper is singing a song and playing the violin. The heavy food is slipping from the ant's back.) Ant: Hey, can you help me? Grasshopper: (Suddenly pretending sick) I'm sorry. I'm sick. Ant: That's too bad. (In a while, the ant falls down.) Can you help me? Grasshopper: (Suddenly coughing) I'm sorry. I have a cold. Ant: That's too bad. (One cold winter day, a beggar grasshopper is walking.) Grasshopper: (Collapsing) I'm hungry. (The door is open and the ant comes out.) Grasshopper: Can you help me? Ant: Sure, I can. (This is the ant's house. Ant gives the grasshopper a blanket and food.) Ant: This is for you. Grasshopper: (In tears) Thank you.

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Lesson 7. Sorry, I Can't(2/4)

Picture Cards

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Lesson 7. Sorry, I Can't(2/4)

Name _________________

Find your friends!
Friends' names

Go around and find 2 friends who can play __ with you. Ask your friend "Let's play __!" Write down your friend's name if he/she says "Okay." or "Sounds good." ❙• 104 •❙

8
Aims

How Much Is It?
In this lesson, students will learn expressions about shopping such as asking and answering about prices of items in a store. To listen to and understand the expressions of asking and Listening answering about what they want To listen to and understand the expressions about prices To understand the chant and the song To ask and answer about what they want Speaking To ask and answer about prices To chant and sing a song Reading Communicative To read the words used when shopping for items 1. Asking about what someone wants 2. Shopping What do you want? I want a watch.

Objectives

Communicative Functions and Structures

functions Language structures

I want ________. It's _______ hundred won.

Vocabulary

bike, black, blue, brown, candy, doll, hundred, pink, stop, there, want, yellow
Period Page Procedure Activities

◦Look and Listen⑴
1 80~81

◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Card Game ◦Look and listen to CD-ROM title ◦Chant: 'What Do You Want?' ◦Going Shopping ◦Sing along: 'What Do You Want?' ◦Reading words ◦Flea Market ◦Role-play: 'Animals in a Forest' ◦Listen and do ◦Look at the pictures and speak ◦Activity in a real situation
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◦Listen and Repeat⑴ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Play⑴ ◦Look and Listen⑵

2
Teaching Plan

82~84

◦Listen and Repeat⑵ ◦Listen and repeat ◦Let's Chant ◦Let's Play⑵ ◦Let's Sing

3

85~86

◦Let's Read ◦Let's Play⑶ ◦Let's Role-play ◦Let's Review

4

87~89

4-8-1 How Much Is It?

pp. 80-81

Objectives

• To listen to and understand expressions for asking and answering about what they want • To answer about what they want
pictures, the teacher checks students' cards. ▸Students ask their teacher, “What do you want?”, and the teacher answers, "I want a _____." Students hold up the correct picture card. ▸The students put the 8 picture cards on their desk. When the teacher calls out a word, they grab the correct card quickly.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Good morning, class. How are you today? How's the weather today? Review (showing a pencil) Is this your pencil? Is this your watch? Objectives Present the objectives

Don't spend too much time coloring the picture.

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑴ Look at the picture What is Tony doing? Who comes to Tony's room? Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What did the people say? Listen to the dialogue What does Tony want? Why does the Santa give Tony a watch? Listen again How does Santa call Tony? Why does Tony want a watch?
Tips

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson What do you want for Christmas? What do you say when you hand something to your friend? Good-bye Time's up. Good-bye. Take care, everyone.

EXTRA

Try to elicit as many words or phrases as possible.

Slapping Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Picture cards(p.109) 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】Same as Let's Play⑴ ▸The students work in pairs and put 8 picture cards in the middle of their desks. ▸Students ask the teacher "What do you want?" ▸When the teacher says "I want a ___.", students slap the right cards with their hand. ▸After slapping the cards, they need to say the sentence "I want ______." If they can't say it, the other person gets the card and says the sentence. ▸The person with the most cards at the end will be the winner.
Tips

Listen and Repeat⑴ Listen and repeat Practice Let's ask and answer questions about what you want. (Holding up a watch) What do you want? Let's Play⑴: Card Game ◷ 10' 【Materials】Picture cards(p.109) 【Grouping】Whole class, pair work 【Expressions】What do you want? I want ___________. (a yellow bag/black bike/white doll/ blue pencil/brown hat/yellow watch/ pink ruler/green eraser) ▸Students listen to a teacher and color the pictures. ▸When students finish coloring the eight

Make sure that students use only one hand. If they hit the card at the same time, the person who says the sentence first gets the card.

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4-8-2 How Much Is It?

pp. 82-84

Objectives

• To say what they want • To ask about prices using the expression "How much is it?"
▸Students work in groups and they sit in a circle. ▸One of the students will be a clerk and the others will be customers. Clerk: What do you want? S1: I want a book. How much is it? Clerk: It's five hundred won. ▸Students take turns being the clerk and customers.

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, everyone. How are you doing? How's the weather outside? Review Review the previous lesson Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Listen⑵ Look at the pictures Who is in the picture? What are they doing?

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson (Showing a picture) What do you want? Good-bye We will read the words and sing a song for more practice next time. Have a good day. See you.

What's happening in the picture?
Let's watch the screen (After Pre-listening) What did the people say? Listen to the dialogue What does Tony say when he asks about the price? (Ask listening comprehension check questions.) Listen and Repeat⑵ Listen and repeat Practice I'll count numbers by 100. Listen and repeat after me. (Count from 100 to 900.) Now let's take turns counting. One hundred. (Have students say two hundred) (Showing the colored paper) Red. Yellow. If I say a color, you hold up the correct paper. Show me blue. Let's Chant Listen to the chant Chant Let's chant one part at a time. Let's chant the whole song.
Tips

EXTRA

Guessing Game ◷ 10'
【Materials】Picture cards 【Grouping】Whole class 【Expressions】What do you want? I want a(an)_______, please. How much is it? It's _______ hundred won. ▸The teacher posts some pictures of items on the board. ▸Divide the class into two teams. Each team takes a turn to ask the price of an item. ▸First the teacher asks team A, "What do you want?" ▸Team A says "I want a watch." ▸The teacher asks "Can you guess how much it is?" ▸The team gets two chances to guess the price. The teacher can only answer "Up." or "Down." ▸If the team gets the answer right on the first try, they get two points. If they get it right on the second try, the students get one point. ▸The team with the most points at the end wins the game.

Students can change words into the items they want instead of a watch or a bag.

Let's Play⑵: Going Shopping ◷ 20' 【Materials】Picture cards, Fake money 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】What do you want? I want a(an)_______, please. How much is it? It's _______ hundred won.

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4-8-3 How Much Is It?

pp. 85-86

Objectives

• To sing the song, ‘What do you want?' • To read the words and do a coloring activity
▸Display things to sell with price tags. ▸Two students from each group become clerks and the rest of the students become customers. The customers look around at items and buy something with their fake money(coin). ▸The clerk asks "What do you want?" when a customer visits them. ▸The customer points to one item that he needs and asks the price. ▸The clerk says the price, and gives the item to the customer. Then, the clerk collects the money. ▸Change the roles and do this activity again.
Tips

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. How are you today? What day is it today? Review Let‘s chant ‘What do you want?' together. (Holding an item with a price on it) How much is it? (Holding another item) How much is it? Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Development
Look and Speak Let's listen to Dialogue One What did Santa ask Tony? Please answer with 'a watch'. Let's listen to Dialogue Two What did Mina ask Tony? How did Tony answer the question? When Mina was giving the watch to Tony, what did she say? Let's Sing Listen to the song Sing the song Let's sing one part at a time. Let's sing the song changing the shopping items. (ex) book, doll, bike, computer... Let's Read Look and listen carefully Listen carefully. (Showing the word cards) Bag. Listen and do Listen and find the words in your book. Read them yourself Listen and color the word. Let's read the words aloud. Let's Play⑶: Flea Market ◷ 10' 【Materials】Things to sell, Fake money 【Grouping】Group work 【Expressions】What do you want? I want a(an)_______, please. How much is it? It's _______ hundred won.

Let the students have some money and buy as many things as possible. Instead of real things, let the students draw and sell their own creations. The teacher can give a prize to the student who sold the most items.

✎ Closing
Review Review today's lesson Let's review today's lesson by singing the song, 'What Do You Want?'. Good-bye Did you have fun today? So long, everyone.
EXTRA

How Much? ◷ 10'
【Materials】Worksheets 【Grouping】Pair work 【Expressions】How much is it? It's _______ hundred won. ▸Students work in pairs and have worksheets with different missing parts on the prices of items. ▸Students ask their partner about the price by saying "How much is _____?" and write down the price on the worksheet. ▸The partner takes a turn to ask the price. ▸When they have finished, students check their answers with each other.

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pp. 87-89

Objectives

• To do a role play by asking and answering what they want • To listen to and write correct prices, and make a story by looking at the pictures
Speak in a real situation Think of something you want to have. Next, please ask your partner what he/she wants, using the expression, "Do you want a _____?" If you fail to find the answer after three chances, please ask "What do you want?"

✎ Warm up
Greetings Hello, class. Is everyone here? Who is absent today? Is he/she okay? Review Let's sing the song 'What Do You Want?' together. (Showing a thing with the price tag) What do you want? How much is it? Objectives Present the objectives

✎ Closing
Review Wrap up Lesson 8 Review today's lesson at home. Good-bye Thanks for your attention. Good-bye. Thank you. Good-bye.
EXTRA

✎ Development
Let's Role-play: Animals in a Forest ◷ 20' 【Materials】Role-play props 【Grouping】Whole class, Group work 【Expressions】What do you want? I want _______. This is for you. Look at the picture Open your book to page 87 and look at the pictures. Who are they? What story is it? Listen to the dialogue What's happening? What does a tiger/a bear/a wolf want? Listen and repeat Please repeat each sentence. Role play Let's Review Listen and match the things with their owners Listen carefully and write the prices. Let's check the answers. Look at the pictures and speak What's happening? Make up a story with the pictures. Watch the screen and compare the story with yours. (Show the story with the CD-ROM title.)

Shopping Fast ◷ 10'
【Materials】Pictures cards(books of three colors of yellow, red and blue/caps of the three colors/pens of the three colors), fake money 【Grouping】Whole class, Group work 【Expressions】What do you want? I want that yellow/red/blue____. How much is it? It's _____ hundred won. ▸Give numbers to each student in each group. ▸Have students put things to sell on the desk in groups. ▸Number 1 students of each group come to the front and a teacher shows them a shopping list with pictures. ▸When the teacher says "Go!", the number 1 students go to other groups and begin to buy things on the list. ▸The student who buys all the things on the shopping list first gets the most points. ▸The teacher sums up the points. The team which gets the most points wins the game.

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Lesson 8

How Much Is It?

What do you want? I want a bag. What do you want? I want a bag. Walla walla walla dee. Walla walla dee. Let's Sing: What Do You Want? What do you want, Minsu? I want a watch, please. This is for you. Oh, thank you! Hee! hee! hee! hee! hee! hee! What do you want, Julie? I want a ruler, please. This is for you. Oh, thank you! Hee! hee! hee! hee! hee! hee! Let's Role-Play: Animals in a Forest (In a mountain, a woman is walking with a round basket. She is facing a tiger.) Woman: (Frightened) Help me! Who are you? What do you want? Tiger: I want a cake. Woman: OK, OK. This is for you. (The tiger disappears. The woman begins to walk again. At this time a bear appears before her.) Woman: (Trembling) What do you want? Bear: I want an apple. Woman: (With her hands trembling) OK, OK. This is for you. (The woman begins to walk again. At this time a wolf appears before her.) Woman: (Trembling) What do you want? Wolf: (Making a horrible smile) I want a candy. (The woman puts her hand into the basket and covers the candy with a diarrhea remedy.) Woman: (With her hands trembling) OK, ok. This is for you. (The woman gets home safely. The wolf runs here and there, because of stomachache.)

Look and Listen(1) (One snowy winter night, Tony is sleeping and he gets his sister's watch in his dream. Then he wakes up as Santa Clause comes into the room through the window. He is surprised and happy about this.) Tony: Oh, Santa! Santa: Good boy, what do you want? Tony: I want a watch. Santa: Here. This is for you. Tony: Thank you. (As Tony kisses the watch, he wakes up and finds himself holding his pillow.) Look and Listen(2) (Flea market is held in Julie's school and she donates her watch. Tony is happy to find his sister's watch at the flea market.) Mina: Can I help you? Tony: Yes, please. Mina: What do you want? Tony: That yellow watch, please. How much is it? Mina: Five hundred won. Tony: Oh, oh. I have four hundred won. Mina: OK. Here you are. (Tony runs to Julie and shows it.) Tony: Julie! Julie! Look at this watch. I like it. Let's Chant: What Do You Want? Walla walla walla dee. Walla walla walla dee. Ah-ha! Walla walla walla dee. Walla walla dee. What do you want? I want a watch. What do you want? I want a watch. Walla walla walla dee. Walla walla dee. Walla walla walla dee. Walla walla walla dee. Ah-ha! Walla walla walla dee. Walla walla dee.

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Lesson 8. How Much Is It?(3/4)

How Much?
A.
Name : _______________

bag 900 won (

book ) won

pen 700 won

pencil ( ) won

ruler 200 won (

eraser ) won

cap 800 won (

doll ) won

watch 600 won

bat ( ) won

orange 700 won (

cake ) won
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Lesson 8. How Much Is It?(3/4)

How Much?
B.
Name : _______________

bag ( ) won

book 400 won (

pen ) won

pencil 300 won (

ruler ) won

eraser 100 won

cap ( ) won

doll 800 won (

watch ) won

bat 600 won
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orange ( ) won

cake 900 won

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