OBD 10

わたしたちの

く ら ぶ

クラブに

はいってください**

2(or 3) people are going to form a ‘club’
Include:
Name of club (in Japanese – I can give you the katakana)
3 things you do or could do during your meetings
Who you do activities with
Where you do your activities (room? Gym?)
Day(s) of week you meet
Lunch or after school (がっこうのあとで)
Describe your club
**You are to use only our test sheets to prepare your information
Type of clubs?
Sports – basketball, soccer, badminton etc.
Hobby- music, anime, manga, reading/books, piano etc.
Traditional Japanese – tea ceremony, goh, ikebana etc.
Decided on a club?
1) Please see Sensei to register it. There can only be a maximum of 2 clubs
of any one type. (eg only 2 basketball clubs allowed)
2) Please make a card with only your club’s name and a visual on it
On club day you will go visit clubs – while your partner gives others information.
Then you will switch – and your partner will go find out about other clubs and
you will be at your club table telling others about your club.
You will give your information in Japanese and record in English only
Marks
Sign –

5 marks
く ら ぶ

- Club name _______クラブ
- In Japanese hiragana or katakana (with furigana)
- Visual
- Partner’s names in katakana on back
Info sheet – English only – at least 4 clubs visited
5 marks
Oral Work – using the rubric on the back
Extras?

Watch the board for extra phrases

**わたしたちの

く ら ぶ

クラブに

はいってください**”Please join our club”

My Name:__________________
Criteria
I can respond to
questions from
others
I can ask
questions to get
more detail
Grammar,
vocabulary and
English use –
comfortable
working in
language
I participate in
the activity by
engaging in the
conversation

I was not comfortable
responding

Yes although I was not
totally comfortable

Yes, I felt at ease responding
to questions

Only as ‘follow up’
after my partner asks

Yes, although I was not
totally comfortable

Yes I am comfortable and
can easily ask questions

I found it difficult to
do what I was asked
to do. Frequently
used English and
relied heavily on
notes

Okay – I could do what I
was asked but it wasn’t
‘easily’ done.
Occasionally used English
and needed notes

I could do what I was asked
to do. Took risks and did not
use English. Rarely consulted
notes

I mostly respond to
the other’s questions.

The person that I spoke
with initiated most of the
conversation.

Generally the other persona
and I are equal participants
in the conversation

I selected the descriptors above because:___________________________________________
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Our preparation.
My partner and I prepared for this with an ‘equal’ division of the work.
_____ yes
_____ no
If no – then why not
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