200515226 Kim, Bo eun Inviting Would you like to come to my house?

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Slide 2 200515226 Kim, Bo eun Inviting Would you like to come to my house? Slide 3 Contents Contents Slide 4 1. Introduction For 12-year-old students About Invitation Expression frequently used. Expressions : Inviting, accepting the invitation, declining the invitation, prohibiting Cultural differences and Manners Explanation of Theme 1. Introduction 1. Introduction Slide 5 Inviting Would you like to come to ~ Id like to invite ~ Accepting an Invitation Sure. O.k. I will. Yes, Id love to. Declining an Invitation Sorry.; No,thanks. Prohibiting Dont~ Language Foci Slide 6 2. Objectives Invite someone by using the expressions learned from this unit. Accept or decline an invitation. Write a letter of invitation. Prohibit someone from certain doing by using the expression learned Tell others more politely than will you~? Do you want~? Students Will Be Able To 2. Objectives 2. Objectives Slide 7 3.Prerequisites read English words know the expressions of Will you~?, Do you want to~. be able to express imperative sentences. ex) Be quiet in the library. Students need to, 3.Prerequisites 3.Prerequisites Slide 8 4. Procedures Drawing students attention : Making Students think the following questions Showing some pictures 1) Intros 1) Intros 4. Procedures 4. Procedures Slide 9 How can you say the expression of invitation? How can you say the expression of invitation? What way will you use to invite friends? What way will you use to invite friends? Have you ever invited friends to your house? Have you ever invited friends to your house? Have you ever used E-mail? Have you ever used E-mail? If so, how did you do that? If so, how did you do that? Think about Slide 10 Look at pictures and Talk what about Slide 11 Slide 12 Motivating : Telling why this lesson is important. Informing of their tasks Slide 13 Your Tasks are Watching Videos and Understanding the situation. Listening and Repeat the dialogue. Making a conversation in pairs. Writing the letter of Invitation to your friends. Read your letter loudly Slide 14 Watch and listen carefully. 2) warm-ups 2) warm-ups Slide 15 Listen and Repeat. 2) warm-ups 2) warm-ups A : Hi? Im a little prince B : Hi? Im a snake A : My birthday is this Thursday. B: Thursday? A : Would you like to come to my house? B : Sorry, I cant. A : Hi? Im a little prince C : Hi? Im a fox. A : My birthday is this Thursday. C : Thursday? A : Would you like to come to my house? c : Sure. A : Thank you! Slide 16 Lets practice the expressions A: Would you like to come to my house? B: Sorry, I cant B: Yes, Id love to. Slide 17 Lets practice the expressions A : Dont take off your shoes B: Oh, I see. Slide 18 Sing a song 3) Activities 3) Activities Slide 19 Make a conversation with your pair. (Inviting) (Prohibiting) Make a conversation with your pair. (Inviting) (Prohibiting) Slide 20 Read these letters loudly. Slide 21 Slide 22 Dear I ll have a Would you like to from Write the letter of invitation to your friend(s) Brian, This Saturday is my birthday. birthday party. come to my house? Boeun Slide 23 give a Presentation the Letter Students, a. Read their letters in front of Class. b. Explain the text of the letter briefly. Slide 24 5. Follow ups 1 2 3 1. Listen and Mark the correct No. 5. Follow ups 5. Follow ups Slide 25 Recoding the dialogue with your pair. Posting it on the board of School homepage E-mailing a letter of Invitation to a friend Printing the letter and the reply from the friend and Submit them with other E-mail homework later. 2. Your Tasks are (after school) 5. Follow ups Slide 26 * These are the examples Slide 27 6. Assessment Pronouncing- Writing assessmentA Reading TestA Speaking-Listening Test Observation assessment 6. Assessment 6. Assessment Slide 28 1)Matching 2)Arrange the sentences 3)Fill in the blank 4)Guess the situation 5)Understand the dialogue The whole situation - The detailed information A Reading Test Slide 29 6. Assessment Match the following pictures with sentences 1. 2. 3. Slide 30 6. Assessment 4. Write down the correct number matching with the following dialogue.( ) A seoulite mouse : Would you like to try it? A rustic mouse : Yes, Thank you. It looks delicious. Mmmmm... it's so good ! A seoulite mouse : Do you want some more? A rustic mouse : Yes, please. Slide 31 6. Assessment A : This Thursday is Thanksgiving Day. B : Thanksgiving Day? A : B : A : Yes, Id love to. Yes, would you like to come to my house? Thank you. 5. Write down correct numbers orderly on the following underlines. Slide 32 6. Assessment A rustic mouse : Hello. Jack speaking. A seoulite mouse : Hi, Jack. This is Jerry. A rustic mouse : Hi, Jerry. A seoulite mouse :( ) A rustic mouse : Yes, I'd love to. 6. A reustic mouse wants A seolite to visite her house. What sentence is for invitation?.........................................( ) Can you play the cello? Do you want some more? Would you like to come to my house? Did you do your homework? Read the following dialogue and solve Number 6, 7 questions. Slide 33 6. Assessment 7. When can we use the expression, Yes, I'd love to., which is the reply of a rustic mouse?..................( ) thanks happy rejection acceptance Slide 34 6. Assessment Read the following dialogue and solve the questions.(8~10) Ann : Would you like to come to my house? Nami : Yes, I'd love to. Ann : Welcome ! Come in ! Ann : Take off your coat. Nami : I see. thank you. Ann : Would you like to drink? Nami : I want to milk. Ann : Here you are. 8. Where did it happen? ( ) Anns house Library Namis house School 9. What did Nami take off? ( ) shoes coat hat muffler 10. What did Nami want from Ann? ( ) milk juice fruits water Slide 35 6. Assessment This is a man-to- man assessment steps : 1)T gives a situation. 2) T and S make a conversation There will be a Assessment Table A Speaking-Listening Test Slide 36 6. Assessment Objective S can speak the expressions of inviting, reply, prohibiting. Point of view 1 (very good) S can make a conver- sation fluently and exactly. 2 (good) S can make a conversation, even if he/she is less exact. 3 (not bad) S can make a conver- sation, even if he/she are less fluent and exact 4 (bad) S cant make a conversation Assessment Table Slide 37 6. Assessment Through the recode the dialogue with S pair. - How exactly they can pronounce the dialogue? E-mailing a letter of Invitation to a friend - Can S write the letter of invitation with exact spell and grammar ? Pronouncing- Writing assessment Slide 38 6. Assessment T recodes S attitude by observing during Lesson Observation assessment Slide 39 6. Assessment Observation assessment The name of an activityThe point of view/(good)(not bad)(bad) Activity 1 Sing a songwhether actively sing or not/ Activity 2 Make a conversationwhether they actively participate in conversation or not./ Activity 3 Read the texts of letters of invitation Whether they actively read the texts or not/ Activity 4 Write the letter of invitation the degree of students preparation,/ how hard they write it / Activity 5 Present the letter if he/she did a presentation or not,/ how clearly he/she speaks, / how hard he/she made a letter,/ whether he/she use the expressions to write the letter exactly./ Slide 40 7. Helpful Sites/Sources http://www.edunet4u.net http://www.goe.go.kr http://www.naver.com 7. Helpful Sites/Sources 7. Helpful Sites/Sources Slide 41 Thank you *^^* Thank you *^^*

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