Tuesday, September 8, 2009

## Lesson 6-2-2

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Lesson: 2 (2 of 3)

Target: Numbers 1-100; Small & Large ABCs

Materials: CD & player; Text

Greeting-2 min

Teacher to Students- Listen & Repeat

Hello, Hi, Hey, Howdy, G’day, Good Morning, Hola, Aloha, Bon Jour, Bon Dia,

Bon Journo, Ni Hao, Konnichiwa, Anyohaseyo, Sambaino, Kiola, Selamat Pagi (am)

(pm-Siang), Shalom, Jambo, Asalamalekum, Zzdrastvet-yah, Namaste.

Numbers Practice-5 min

ALT: Say numbers in 3’s (1-2-3) to 100.

Students: Listen & Repeat

Numbers Activity-10 min

Students: Count off your Student number in order, 1-by-1. All Ss repeat. If

Ss can, keep going in order to 100.

HRT & ALT: *If Ss are doing poorly, write on the bboard: (total no. of Ss)

34 + 1 (2,3,4...). Say ‘34 plus 1 is...35’ and have S#1 (2,3,4...) stand up again.

In round 3, 68+1 is ...

Janken Fours- Warm-up / Review / Conversation Skills Practice- 5 minutes

Students: Janken 4’s- each Student w/ 3人

Blackboard: W) (Say Student Number) ‘27’

L) (Listen & Repeat) ‘27’, (Say Student Number) ‘13’.

W) (Listen & Repeat) ‘13’.

Let’s Listen-15 min

Students: Listen to the CD and color the numbered blocks in your text.

CD: No. 1- track #10 (Each track repeats itself once.)-

31, 24, 33, 78, 60, 28, 49, 40 and 95. What number do you see?

That’s right, it’s the number 54.

No. 2- track #11. 81, 86, 97, 43, 92, 32, 25, 73, 16, 54, 67, 39 and 95.

What number do you see? It’s the number 192. This is a special

number in the world. Can you guess why? .. It’s the number of

countries in the world.

How about the number 54? It’s a special number, too. Can you guess

why?.... This is the number of countries where people use English.

Discussion

Blackboard: 6,500- number of spoken languages in the world (2000 have less than 100 speakers). Chinese-1,075,000,000; English-514 Million; Hindustani (India)-496 M; Spanish (Spain, Mexico, S. America)-425 M; Russian-275 M.; #9 Japanese-125 M.

ALT & HRT: Discuss the numbers of languages and number of speakers of each-

Which is the largest? Where are the languages spoken? (See this link for a good discussion of numbers of speakers.)

Introduce Small Letters- 10 min

Blackboard: A B C D E F G.... (large letters on top)

a b c d e f g.... (small letters under same big letter)

HRT: Which letters have the same shape?

Students: Volunteers come forward and circle letters of similar shape

(Cc, Jj, Kk, Oo, Pp, Ss, Uu, Vv, Ww, Xx, Yy, Zz).

HRT: Next, let’s find some letters in the classroom... on your pencil case, on

your shirts, etc.. Are there any letters you see in the classroom?

Students: Come to the blackboard- show the letter you found and point to

the same letter on the blackboard.

Wrap-Up-3 min

(Present common mistakes to the whole class. Write the mistaken point on the

blackboard, and ask if anybody can see the mistake.) Or-

HRT to Students, in Japanese:

-What did we talk about today?

-Were there some words you already knew?

-Did you learn any new words?

-What was fun or interesting?

-What was difficult?

-How can we make that easier next time?

Closing-1 min

Students: ‘Thank you! Good bye!’

Teachers: ‘You’re welcome! Good bye!’

Lesson: 2 (2 of 3)

Target: Numbers 1-100; Small & Large ABCs

Materials: CD & player; Text

Greeting-2 min

Teacher to Students- Listen & Repeat

Hello, Hi, Hey, Howdy, G’day, Good Morning, Hola, Aloha, Bon Jour, Bon Dia,

Bon Journo, Ni Hao, Konnichiwa, Anyohaseyo, Sambaino, Kiola, Selamat Pagi (am)

(pm-Siang), Shalom, Jambo, Asalamalekum, Zzdrastvet-yah, Namaste.

Numbers Practice-5 min

ALT: Say numbers in 3’s (1-2-3) to 100.

Students: Listen & Repeat

Numbers Activity-10 min

Students: Count off your Student number in order, 1-by-1. All Ss repeat. If

Ss can, keep going in order to 100.

HRT & ALT: *If Ss are doing poorly, write on the bboard: (total no. of Ss)

34 + 1 (2,3,4...). Say ‘34 plus 1 is...35’ and have S#1 (2,3,4...) stand up again.

In round 3, 68+1 is ...

Janken Fours- Warm-up / Review / Conversation Skills Practice- 5 minutes

Students: Janken 4’s- each Student w/ 3人

Blackboard: W) (Say Student Number) ‘27’

L) (Listen & Repeat) ‘27’, (Say Student Number) ‘13’.

W) (Listen & Repeat) ‘13’.

Let’s Listen-15 min

Students: Listen to the CD and color the numbered blocks in your text.

CD: No. 1- track #10 (Each track repeats itself once.)-

31, 24, 33, 78, 60, 28, 49, 40 and 95. What number do you see?

That’s right, it’s the number 54.

No. 2- track #11. 81, 86, 97, 43, 92, 32, 25, 73, 16, 54, 67, 39 and 95.

What number do you see? It’s the number 192. This is a special

number in the world. Can you guess why? .. It’s the number of

countries in the world.

How about the number 54? It’s a special number, too. Can you guess

why?.... This is the number of countries where people use English.

Discussion

Blackboard: 6,500- number of spoken languages in the world (2000 have less than 100 speakers). Chinese-1,075,000,000; English-514 Million; Hindustani (India)-496 M; Spanish (Spain, Mexico, S. America)-425 M; Russian-275 M.; #9 Japanese-125 M.

ALT & HRT: Discuss the numbers of languages and number of speakers of each-

Which is the largest? Where are the languages spoken? (See this link for a good discussion of numbers of speakers.)

Introduce Small Letters- 10 min

Blackboard: A B C D E F G.... (large letters on top)

a b c d e f g.... (small letters under same big letter)

HRT: Which letters have the same shape?

Students: Volunteers come forward and circle letters of similar shape

(Cc, Jj, Kk, Oo, Pp, Ss, Uu, Vv, Ww, Xx, Yy, Zz).

HRT: Next, let’s find some letters in the classroom... on your pencil case, on

your shirts, etc.. Are there any letters you see in the classroom?

Students: Come to the blackboard- show the letter you found and point to

the same letter on the blackboard.

Wrap-Up-3 min

(Present common mistakes to the whole class. Write the mistaken point on the

blackboard, and ask if anybody can see the mistake.) Or-

HRT to Students, in Japanese:

-What did we talk about today?

-Were there some words you already knew?

-Did you learn any new words?

-What was fun or interesting?

-What was difficult?

-How can we make that easier next time?

Closing-1 min

Students: ‘Thank you! Good bye!’

Teachers: ‘You’re welcome! Good bye!’

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