Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World
                                               Israel Kamakawiwo’ole



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Over the Rainbow
      Music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg; sung by Judy Garland in the movie The Wizard of Oz, ...
Investigations into Language & Culture: ‘Over the Rainbow’ YouTube Lesson

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Lyrics etc handout for jeonju presentation 18 sept 2010 rainbow gwen atkinson_18 sept 2010_ro

  1. 1. Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World Israel Kamakawiwo’ole Listening link/Sept 2010: http://www.eventpolynesia.com/music/C11_page_israelrainbow.htm YouTube link/March 2010: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ltAGuuru7Q&feature=related (copyright claimed/Sept 2010) Use these words to complete the lyrics. (x1) means you can use the word once; (x2) means you can use the word twice… Verbs: cry, love, find (x2), fly (x2), wish (x2), think (x3) Two Word Phrasal Verbs: wake up (x2) Nouns: people, hands, star (x2), clouds (x2), rainbow (x2), dream/s (x3) Adjectives: pretty, wonderful (x3) Colors: blue, green, red, white Adverbs/Prepositions: above (x2), up (x2), over (x3) 1. OK, this one's for Gabby…Ooooo oooooo ohoohohoo Ooooo ohooohoo oooohoo Ooooo ohoohooo oohoooo… 2. Somewhere over the _____________ …Way ______ high… 3. And the dreams that you dreamed of…Once in a lullaby ii ii iii… 4. Somewhere ____________ the rainbow…bluebirds ____________ … 5. And the ____________ that you dreamed of…Dreams really do come true ooh ooooh… 6. Someday I’ll ____________ upon a ____________ … 7. Wake ________ where the ____________ are far
  2. 2. 8. behind me ee ee eeh…Where trouble melts like lemon drops… 9. High ____________ the chimney tops, that’s where you’ll ____________ me oh… 10. Somewhere ____________ the ____________, bluebirds ____________ … 11. And the ____________ that you dare to…Why, oh why can’t I? i iiii… 12. Well I see trees of ___________ and ____________ roses, too… 13. I’ll watch them bloom for me and you… 14. And I ____________ to myself…what a _____________ world… 15. Well I see skies of ____________ and I see clouds of ____________ …And the brightness of day… 16. I like the dark…and I ____________ to myself…what a _____________ world… 17. The colors of the rainbow, so ___________ in the sky… 18. Are also on the faces of ____________ passing by… 19. I see friends shaking ____________, saying, “How do you do?”… 20. They’re really saying, I . . .I ____________ you… 21. I hear babies ____________ and I watch them grow… 22. They’ll learn much more than we’ll know… 23. And I ____________ to myself…what a _____________ world… (w)oohoorld… 24. Someday I’ll ____________ upon a ____________ … 25. Wake ________ where the ____________ are far behind me… 26. Where trouble melts like lemon drops… 27. High ____________ the chimney top…that’s where you’ll ____________ me… 28. Oh, somewhere ____________ the rainbow, way ____________ high… 29. And the ____________ that you dare to, why, oh why can’t I? I hiii?... Ooooo oooooo oooooo Ooooo… ☺
  3. 3. Over the Rainbow Music by Harold Arlen; lyrics by E.Y. Harburg; sung by Judy Garland in the movie The Wizard of Oz, 1939. YouTube link/December 2009 (copyright claim/Sept 2010): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKIjsWUbhVM YouTube link/March 2010 (copyright claim/Sept 2010): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8QWdJh4VxY Verbs: wish, find, dream, hear (heard), fly (3) Nouns: dreams, star, clouds Two Word Phrasal Verbs: wake up Adjectives: happy, blue (3) Contractions (S’V): I’ll, you’ll Adverbs/Prepositions: over (4), up Contractions (negative): can’t (2) …Someplace where there isn't any trouble . . . Do you suppose there is such a place, Toto? There must be. It's not a place you can get to by a boat or a train. It's far, far away . . . Behind the moon, beyond the rain… Somewhere ___________ the rainbow...way __________ high… There's a land that I _____________ of once in a lullaby… Somewhere ___________ the rainbow...skies are _____________ and the ________________ that you dare to ______________ really do come true…. Someday _______ __________ upon a ___________ and wake ___________ where the ____________ are far behind me… Where troubles melt like lemon drops away above the chimney-tops... That's where _______________ _____________ me… Somewhere ____________ the rainbow... __________birds ____________. Birds _________ ____________ the rainbow—why, then, oh why _____________ I? If ______________ little __________birds ___________ beyond the rainbow... Why, oh why ______________ I?... [prepared by gwen atkinson, tesolgwen@gmail.com]
  4. 4. Investigations into Language & Culture: ‘Over the Rainbow’ YouTube Lesson Gwen Atkinson 18 September 2010 Jeonju-North Jeolla Chapter of KOTESOL, Jeonju, Korea  LexTutor: http://www.lextutor.ca/ The Complete Lexical Tutor: for data-driven language learning on the Web à click VocabProfile, à click Classic VP English v.3, à enter your text, à click submit. Also try: from the Lextutor home page: [à Familizer]; [à Cloze]; [à KeyWords]. References 1. Cornwell, Steve, Ed.D. and Verity, Deryn, PhD. (Spring 2008). Online class materials for the course Writing ESOL Materials. The New School MA-TESOL graduate program, http://www.newschool.edu/matesol/ . 2. Day, Richard, Ph.D. “From Intensive to Extensive Reading: Building on Success”. Presentation at the 6th Oxford Day, November 17th, 2007. 3. Day & Bamford. “Top Ten Principles for Teaching Extensive Reading”. Reading in a Foreign Language. Volume 14, Number 2, October 2002. Retrieved 20 October, 2009 from http://nflrc.hawaii.edu/rfl/october2002/day/day.html and http://extensivereading.net/er/ERChar.html. 4. Kramsch, Claire. Language and Culture. OUP, 1998. (p.14). 5. Lewis, Michael. The Lexical Approach: The State of ELT and a Way Forward. Thomson Heinle, 2002. (p.184). 6. Thornbury, Scott. Beyond the Sentence: Introducing Discourse Analysis. Macmillan Books for Teachers, 2005. (p.111). 7. Tomlinson, B., editor. Developing Materials for Language Teaching. Chapter 23, “Materials for Teaching Vocabulary” by Paul Nation and chapter 25, “Materials for Language Awareness” by Rod Bolitho. Continuum, 2003. 8. Willis, Dave & Willis, Jane. Doing Task-based Teaching. OUP, 2007. (p.70). Reference citation for this ppt & presentation Atkinson, Gwen. (2010, September 18). Investigations into Language & Culture: ‘Over the Rainbow’ YouTube Lesson. PowerPoint presentation at the Jeonju-North Jeolla Chapter of KOTESOL, Jeonju, Korea. Presentation information retrieved September 16, 2010 from [http://www.kotesol.org/?q=NorthJeolla]. PowerPoint presentation and lyrics handouts retrieved September 15, 2010 from [http://www.slideshare.net/GwenAtkinsonTESOL] and [http://www.slideshare.net/GwenAtkinsonTESOL/documents]. TESOLgwen@gmail.com

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