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Listening skills

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  • 4. What did you see from this video? How many activities in this video? Which activity do you like most?
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  • 12. The order or sequence of event It is important to know the order or sequence that events take place in a story. It helps you understand what you read. Go to the next sentences to learn how to figure out the sequence or order of a story.
  • 13. Look for signal words like first, next, last, before, after and finally to help you figure out the sequence
  • 14. For example: Susan made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. First , she spread peanut butter on one slice of bread. Next, she spread jelly on one slice of bread. After spreading the jelly on, she put the two slices of bread together. Finally, she ate it. It was delicious!
  • 15. Structure Review Susan made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. 1……….., she spread peanut butter on one slice of bread. 2……., she spread jelly on one slice of bread. 3………. spreading the jelly on, she put the two slices of bread together. 4……………, she ate it. It was delicious! First Next After Finally First, After, Finally, Next
  • 16. Campgrounds
  • 17. Question - How many people in this situation? -What do they do? - Explain about the activity that they going to do.
  • 18. Activity1 Game: The lost twin
  • 19. Work in pair. First person come to choose a meaning card after listen meaning sound. First Person
  • 20. Then second person will stand up and walk around pronouncing the word in the right way in order to find their twin word after listen a vocabulary sound . Second Person
  • 21. Then students have to stand back to back. Ask each twin to pronounce the words they have without looking at the other one's paper. The Winner!! First Person Second Person
  • 22. Let’s go!!!!!!!!!
  • 23. Meaning Sound 1.
  • 24. 1. Vocabulary Sound
  • 25. Meaning Sound 2.
  • 26. Vocabulary Sound 2.
  • 27. Meaning Sound 3.
  • 28. Vocabulary Sound 3.
  • 29. Meaning Sound 4.
  • 30. Vocabulary Sound 4.
  • 31. Make New Connection Activity2 How to play 1 Make a big circle. 2 Listen the sentence about holiday travel and make a new story by creating the next sentence smoothly. 3 Then Listen the next sentence and make a new sentence again
  • 32. ( Play the sound of sentence ) : In last vacation, I went to china. ( Student ) : ………………………………… ( Play the sound of sentence ) : I played many games. It was so fun!! ( Student ) : ………………………………….. For example
  • 33. During the summer(…………….) It's a great way to spend time with family(………….) 1 2