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  • TEACHERS. You can play this two ways. Either, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 teams which think and answer together as a team OR With the same teams but each person in the team, in order, gives an answer. You may also wish to not play with each team, guessing in turn. You may play so a team continues to guess if they guess correctly. If they don’t guess anything on the board, the next team can try. And so on. But restart the next board with the next team TO START a category. You may also want students to write down their answers individually while you wait. Give them a time limit and buzzer. Team or group leader checks and gives each points. This is a fun alternative!!!!!
  • Ham Turkey Mashed potatoes Bread / rolls Pie
  • Jewelry Clothes Beauty supplies Furniture kitchenware
  • camera Clothes Sports memoriabilia Tools books
  • Nativity scene (Jesus and Mary) Christmas Tree Santa Claus Rudolph (reindeer) Stockings
  • Electronic toys Learning toys Books Toy cars Stuffed animals
  • Santa Claus is coming to town Jingle Bells Frosty the Snowman Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer We wish you a Merry Christmas

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  • Vocabulary & Writing Lesson Presented by Yoonjung Choi, MinJung Choi, Jungwoon Hyeon
  • Group introduction
  • Lesson Plan
    • Topic: Christmas
    • Target students: Intermediate
    • (middle school)
    • Class Time: 40 minutes
    • Focus: Christmas vocabulary practice, using bottom-up and
    • top-down approach
    • Materials needed: video clips, PC, worksheets.
    • Goal: To teach students new words and culture related to Christmas
    • Objectives:
    • - Students are able to understand the meaning of Christmas words.
    • - Students are able to use the words in their speaking and writing.
    Lesson Plan
    • - T shows students a holiday map
    • to brainstorm about the topic.
    • - T shows a video clip to introduce
    • the topic-Christmas words.
    • (‘Love Actually’)
    • - T asks students what they saw
    • on the video clip and add some
    • questions to elicit their interest.
    Warm –up
    • - T brainstorms about the present list ‘Top 5’.
    • - T present words definition and teach the
    • words with flash cards.
    • - Students will guess words from the
    • definition and make sure them with the
    • pictures.
  • Post-Activity - Ss listen to the song, ‘ All I want for Christmas is you’. - T hands out a worksheet to each student. - Ss fills in the blank with worksheets. - T will encourage students to remember the words and check their understanding.
  • Use -T asks students to write a letter to Santa. - Ss share the letters and the wish list. - Ss sing the song, ‘ All I want for Christmas’ together.
  • Micro-Teaching
  • What is your favorite holiday?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Is9xHR11E3A
  • Christmas Edition! TOP 5
    • Look at the category
    • Choose the most popular answer
    • (1000 people surveyed in North
    • America)
  • 1 2 3 4 5 Christmas Foods Christmas Cake turkey potatoes bread / rolls pie wrong
  • 1 2 3 4 5 Presents for Mom jewelry clothes make-up cash kitchen things wrong
  • 1 2 3 4 5 Presents for Dad camera clothes golf clubs neck tie books wrong
  • 1 2 3 4 5 Symbols of Christmas Snowman Christmas tree Santa Claus Rudolph stockings wrong
  • 1 2 3 4 5 Presents for kids Computer games dolls books toys pet wrong
  • 1 2 3 4 5 Christmas Carols Jingle Bells Santa Claus is coming to town White Christmas Rudolph We Wish You a Merry Christmas wrong
  • Fireplace
  • Reindeer
  • Wreath
  • Stockings
  • Sleigh
  • Turkey
  • Mistletoe
  • <Sentence Structure>
    • - I don't / want ‘someone’ to V
    • E.g. I don’t want you to forget me.
    • - I don't / care about ~
    • E.g. I don’t care about what you do to me.
    • - I don't/ need to V
    • E.g. I need to drive my car.
    • - I won't= I will not
    • E.g. I won’t need anything from him.
    • - keep on V ing
    • E.g. He keeps on running.
    • -I (just) want to V
    • E.g. I (just) want to have Christmas present from you.
  • All I want for Christmas is you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNcOlAyYNmU