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Lesson 1

Dec 04 2009 0 Comments by The ENB

Alphabet Stuff: Alphabet Flashcards

The Alphabet Pairing Activity

When I first saw these flashcards I didn't really think to much of them. They had a kind of funky circus like feel to them. But they fit the criteria perfectly for this activity.

The Alphabet Pairing Activity Flashcards on the blackboard

I just laminated them, sliced them all in half in the chopper machine in the teacher's room and I was ready to go.

In use, actually, many letters were almost a close fit with some other letters.

This really confused some of the kids and made the game a lot more challenging.

You can find them here at Jane Buckley's famous A to Z Phonics site:

Alphabet Printables for the lesson pairing activity. at www.atozphonics.com

Look for the Printables menu link on the left then go there and scroll down to the topics menu for Alphabet Printables. Click that and look for the big blue A... beside ...

"Large A4 Printable Alphabet in colour or black and white."

This site has a lot to offer so it is well worth a much deeper look. Good job Jane!

Hope this helps...

The ENB

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Lesson 2

May 24 2010 10 Comments by The ENB

Numbers 1-10, 20-100 and a little more flashacrds...

These were taken from the Book 1 Archives but they work just as well for Book 2:

Here are some really plain 1-100 number flashcards. It's a real drag having to prepare these so I hope you find them useful. Also, I've used these to fix the kids' -teen vs. -ty accents and held them up behind the HRT so the kids could say them in English while the HRT could thereafter translate their numbers into English. If the HRT makes a mistake, the kids will of course try to blame the HRT. You should turn that around and tell the kids it is their reseposibility to speak clearly enough for any listener to understand. The HRT might miss this point as well if you don't explain this beforehand. So, mix up these cards: 13, 30, 14, 40, 15, 50, 16, 60, 17, 70, 18, 80, 19, 90. Have the HRT sit on a chair in front of you and post a random card on the blackboard. Tell the kids, "sei-no!" and the kids can have a little accent quiz as the HRT tries to figure out their accent and translate it. Pick-up on those students who are dragging their accents too long on the -ty or those kids that are playing a little joke on the HRT. Moreover, you can show the accent as 13 as oO , and 30 as Oo. The -teen accent goes up, and the -ty accent goes down. Good luck!

Eigo Note Book 1 Lesson 3 Numbers 1-100 Flashcards WITH WORDS by The ENB.pdf

 

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Lesson 3

June 15 2010 0 Comments by The ENB

Calendar Flashcards: The Twelve Months (12 months) and a little more...

I had basically prepared three sets of flashcards just for the "Joining Game" activity in this first lesson of Unit 3.

One set has the pictures and month's name.

The second set has events and pictures only.

The third set has, separately, the months only which were used while quizzing the kids.

Calendar Flashcards: The 31 days in numbers (for review)...

I've just prepared these cards for reviewing the number names first before heading into the "ordinal" way of speaking. This is just to get the kids on the right track and to show them the difference between numbers and ordinals. A set of "ordinaled" flashcards will be coming soon...

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 3 Numbers 1-31 for review first (not ordinals) by The ENB.pdf

 

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Lesson 4

July 12 2010 0 Comments by The ENB

Page 24 Quiz: The "I can swim and I can fly" flashcards for the kids.

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 4 Page 24 Quiz - I can swim or fly - Flashcards with Words Pictures by The ENB.pdf

These are basically for showing the kids AFTER the quiz. You can show them before the quiz, although it will make the quiz very easy. You can show them after, although that will make the quiz a little difficult without the proper review of "I can".

Decisions, decisions, decisions...

Or you can just show them next week, as a warm-up, to see if the kids can remember the unit's target language.

 

Lesson 4

June 24 2010 0 Comments by The ENB

The "I can swim." chant

on page 25 and...

the 9 "I can ..." verbs flashcards

on page 26

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 4 Page 25 Lets Chant Icanswim by the ENB

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 4 Page 26 The 9 I can skills Flashcards by the ENB

 

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Lesson 5

Dec 02 2009 0 Comments by The ENB

Buildings and Places Medium-Sized Flashcards

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 5 Buildings and Places Medium-Sized Flashcards with words by The ENB.pdf

I usually use these at the beginning of the lessons to review or teach the building and place names. They can also be used to put up on the blackboard as a map like the same one in the textbook to teach how to give "directions" in English. Also, it's very useful for previewing and checking the quizes if the students get confused by it.

You will have to make your own Ken, Julia, Bob and Mai figure cards by yourself for now. (Although Ken is not really on the quiz...)

Actually, I've just made them... They are not really good scans since they were very small to begin with but the kids will know who they are.

Laminate, cut, then stick and tape them onto a pair of chopsticks from the staff kitchen with some strong tape and have fun walking them around your town map on the blackboard.

If you are very adventurous with the kids, show them a random route (that you've already written on a memo) on the blackboard with one of the figurines. Then quiz the kids with these 2 questions.

1. Where did he/she go?

2. How did he/she get there? Please give me the directions!

It's a surefire way of getting the kids to practice their directions before one of the exercises or quizes in this chapter.

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 5 Mai Ken Bob and Julia figures for the town map with words by The ENB.pdf

Town Guide Board Game

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 5 Town Guide Board Game by The ENB.pdf

Buildings and Places Game Cards

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 5 Buildings and Places Game cards by The ENB.pdf

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Lesson 6

Dec 04 2009 0 Comments by The ENB

Book 2 Lesson 6 I want to go to Italy.

I want to go to Italy...

and do what?...

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Flashcards with national flags with "I want to go to ..." written on them.

These are meant to be used as a warming-up activity for the target language and to review the country names.

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 6 I want to go to these countries - with flags - by The ENB.pdf



Bingo Flashcards for page 38

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 6 Bingo Flashcards for Review or Games by The ENB.pdf

These flashcards will help you get started for the "bingo game" and that "put these cards in the order that I say on your desk" practice game that was in the Teacher's Book.

These images have been blown up and put into quarters for an A4 sheet. If you make a few sets you could have a few challenge games in groups and the kids could also post them up on the blacboard for a "finals" match for that "put these cards in the order that I say on your desk" game.

As for Bingo, it could be played individually, but if you had 8 sets of cards, the kids' could play as groups (in lunchgroups) so that they could have a little "communication" time between, before, or after any of the activities in these lessons. Prizes work well in this latter case since the whole group ends up as winners instead of just a single bingo winner. Don't forget to bring your best stickers or if you really want to splurge, giving a few pennies or small change from abroad will really get the kids head over heels for you.



I want to see, eat, and play...

(in those Countries Flashcards)

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 6 I want to see eat play Flashcards by The ENB.pdf

These flashcards may help your students practice the use of "want to" with the verbs eat, see, and play.



"I want to go to Italy":

Book 2 Lesson 6-2

A picture presentation for the lesson...

I put these photos together after gathering answers from "Where do you want to go in Japan?" Then put the package together into pictures I thought the kids could relate to and have a look for themselves as a present for speaking up. I've already dedicated this presentation to someone in the lesson post but I'd like to share this with everyone hopefully to calm things down for a minute and take a breather from all the "sorting business" in Japan that is currently going on. Thanks for viewing and thanks for sharing.

There is an excellent video at the bottom from Jon Rawlinson of Canada, which is definitely worth a look if you have no idea who he is or the background song from the band Barcelona, "Please don't go."

This video works great for Book 2 Lesson 6 and also Book 1 Lesson 7 since it matches the first two pages of the unit. A nice present for the kids if you can show it to them on a big enough wide screen TV with a computer and a high speed LAN connection to make a worthy first impression, or an electronic blackboard would work really well. Be sure to let the Vimeo video download first for a smooth playback.

Hint: click play then pause, wait for the download bar to fill up and enjoy. This works so well on a computer with a Clear Super View display screen.

Take a look at the picture presentation directly:

Read more about the lesson-notes post...



More flashcards...

(This time produced on Powerpoint and saved to pdf.)

I want to see, eat, and play...

(in those Countries Flashcards)

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 6 Picture Presentation like the Bingo Cards by The ENB.pdf



"Where do you want to go?":

"What do you want to do?":

Book 2 Lesson 6-3

Another picture presentation for the lesson...

powerpoint picture presentation sample

Here is a picture presentation that will help the kids to finally consolidate "want to go, eat, see, and play" and to help them prepare for their presentations for lesson 6-4.

I usually leave this picture presentation for the last part of class after doing the quiz and a repeating session with the bingo flashcards using eat, see, and play.

At around this time, your kids may be going to their Kyoto trips or such other places for Grade 6 students all over Japan. Ours went to Kyoto so we prepared them for "In Kyoto, I want to see..." and such other items using eat and play. If the kids, don't speak up, just call out some random student numbers. Allow that first student who does speak up to dare the next student by giving him rights to choose the next number and so on...

Hint: Kids will usually speak up if dared by their peers rather than an ALT at some times. Congratulate the kids for accepting dares and tell them... You are strong! You are my hero! Even the corny stuff works sometimes.

Take a look at the picture presentation in powerpoint:

See the same presentation in pdf format...

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Lesson 7

Feb 26 2011 0 Comments by The ENB

Book 2 Lesson 7 My Daily Rountine

Get up, get up, I get up...

Study, study, I study...

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The "My Daily Routine" Chant Flashcards with "words"

These are meant to be used as a warming-up activity for the chant's target language and to review the basic daily routine verbs.

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 7 My Daily Routine Chant Flashcards with words by the ENB.pdf

 

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The "Teacher's Daily Routine" Flashcards with "keywords," "questions," and "answers."

These pdf's are the images of the teacher as she gets up, eats breakfast, teaches, goes home, and goes to bed. You can review the verbs, questions, and how to answer them with your students. If your students complain that they can't read the words just say, "Dhone Mhine!" which means "Don't mind it." in English. The students are supposed to ask the HRT these questions so this is a great chance for you to prep your HRT before class and ask the principal to come and observe your classes. You could say, "because the HRT will give a very special performance, today." In Japanese, "Kyo wa tannin-no-sensei ga tokibetsu no hapio shimasu! Kocho-sensei, kyo no jigyo mitte kudasai!"

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 7 Daily Routine Flashcards with words Questions and Answers by the ENB.pdf

 

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Lesson 8

Feb 08 2011 0 Comments by The ENB

Stories in English!: The Big Turnip and a little more...

Three sets of flashcards in just one package!

There's the 4 little stories on the first page of Lesson 8. The characters for "The Big Turnip" story. The "Skit Memo Guide" from the QTW section in Flashcards so you can drill the kids well into the "Oscar Nominee" level before they do their performances. There's even a big turnip flashcard... just to have handy in case you don't have a daikon on hand or in... or should I say "in your pocket". Well, either way, just have fun! But just a thought here... Could you imagine your HRT handing you a daikon and saying "Here's a big one for our lesson..." (Because turnips in that size are so hard to find these days...)

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 8 Big Flashcards Set - Stories Skit and Characters with words by The ENB.pdf

By the way, a message to the Turnip Boy... if you are out there somewhere... You had me at "hello."

 

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Lesson 9

Feb 10 2011 0 Comments by The ENB

Jobs Flashcards...

Just one set of flashcards... this time.

But they do say "I want to be a ..."

Eigo Note Book 2 Lesson 9 Big Jobs Flashcards with the words - I want to be a - by The ENB.pdf

 

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Lesson 10 - The "Plus Alpha" Cards

Dec 02 2009 0 Comments by The ENB

Coming soon...

 

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