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GSE English Logic and Writing. Week 3 ~. Schedule. Welcome! Collect and give back homework Special Guest: Da Eun Talk about your Introductory Paragraphs Narration Paragraphs What they are Examples Activity Homework for next week . Introductory Paragraphs.

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Schedule
Schedule

  • Welcome! Collect and give back homework

  • Special Guest: Da Eun

  • Talk about your Introductory Paragraphs

  • Narration Paragraphs

    • What they are

    • Examples

    • Activity

  • Homework for next week


Introductory paragraphs
Introductory Paragraphs

  • Good job! I loved learning about you!

  • Not many marks = challenge yourself more!

  • Double Space please!


Introductory paragraphs especially
Introductory Paragraphs: especially

  • Which of the following are correct?

    • Especially the in-service teachers inspired me to make a career change.

    • I also love reading books, especially classics.

    • Especially Paris was the most romantic city I had ever been to.

    • I especially enjoy swimming and listening to music.


Narration
Narration

  • Tells a story, or part of a story

  • Reveal 5 W’s (Who, What, Where, When, Why)

  • Make the reader feel involved

    • teach a lesson to them

    • get an idea across

    • engage them emotionally

  • Clear topic sentence

  • Vivid supporting details


  • One evening when I was wading in the shallows of the lake to pass a rocky outcrop, I suddenly stopped dead as I saw the sinuous black body of a snake in the water. It was all of six feet long, and knew it to be a Storm’s water cobra – a deadly reptile for the bite of which there was, at that time, no serum. As I stared at in an incoming wave gently deposited part of its body on one of my feet. I remained motionless, not even breathing, until the wave rolled back into the lake, drawing the snake with it. Then I leaped out of the water as fast as I could, my heart hammering.

  • Jane Goodall, In the Shadow of Man


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www.eatyourkimchi.com pass a rocky outcrop, I suddenly stopped dead as I saw the sinuous black body of a snake in the water. It was all of six feet long, and knew it to be a Storm’s water cobra – a deadly reptile for the bite of which there was, at that time, no serum. As I stared at in an incoming wave gently deposited part of its body on one of my feet. I remained motionless, not even breathing, until the wave rolled back into the lake, drawing the snake with it. Then I leaped out of the water as fast as I could, my heart hammering.

  • Simon and Martina – from Canada

  • Lived in Korea since 2008

  • Over 300,000 Youtube subscribers, opened their own studio in Hongdae

  • Their fans are called “Nasties” (it’s not negative!)

  • Segments

    • Kpop / Indie Kpop

    • TLDR – Too long didn’t read (they answer your questions)

    • WANK – Wonderful Adventure Now Korea

    • FAPFAP – Food Adventure Program for Awesome People


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Ways to use EYK pass a rocky outcrop, I suddenly stopped dead as I saw the sinuous black body of a snake in the water. It was all of six feet long, and knew it to be a Storm’s water cobra – a deadly reptile for the bite of which there was, at that time, no serum. As I stared at in an incoming wave gently deposited part of its body on one of my feet. I remained motionless, not even breathing, until the wave rolled back into the lake, drawing the snake with it. Then I leaped out of the water as fast as I could, my heart hammering.

  • Learn about foreigners’ perspective on Korean life/culture

  • Learn new and interesting English words and phrases

  • Find out how to explain Korean customs in English

  • Teach about Korean music and culture in your English classes

  • Improve you or your students’ listening comprehension

  • Interact with Simon and Martina by commenting or asking a question


Simon was teaching a Christmas lesson and his students were doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class. Now, she isn’t the best student in the class. She’s the only one with makeup on, and she’s got circle lenses and a perm as well. All of the students point to her and say “she is the easy one!” Even the co-teacher called her the easy one. WTF?!?! Now, back when we were in school, we knew that there were some girls that were more floozy than others and got around a lot more, but never would a teacher laugh and call her the easy one. So, when asked for a bit more clarification, the co-teacher said “That is her name. EeJi-Wuan!”

http://www.eatyourkimchi.com/tldr-funny-stories-from-korea/


In doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class. one of them we had to lift the car off the scooter driver. While everyone stood around and gawked from the sidewalk, we ran to the convenience store, grabbed some water and tissues, and cleaned the blood off his face to see where he was bleeding. We had to stop other people from trying to get him to sit up. What if he broke his neck!? Don’t move his head until the ambulance comes! The ambulance came and we walked away, while everyone still stood and stared. Five days later we were eating dinner and watched a scooter T-Bone a taxi and flip over the taxi. He was fine, somehow (must be the inner ninja in him) but the taxi’s window was shattered and passenger door crumpled.

http://www.eatyourkimchi.com/crazy-driving-line-butting/


Activity
Activity! doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class.

  • http://www.eatyourkimchi.com/soondubu-jigae/

  • Using appropriate language for an international audience

    • How many times did Simon and Martina explain a Korean word or phrase in English?

    • What is one good example of how Simon and Martina explained a Korean custom?

  • In pairs, write a short narrative paragraph about Simon and Martina’s soondubuchige experience


Narration1
Narration doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class.

  • Tells a story, or part of a story

  • Reveal 5 W’s (Who, What, Where, When, Why)

  • Make the reader feel involved

    • teach a lesson to them

    • get an idea across

    • engage them emotionally

  • Clear topic sentence

  • Vivid supporting details


Homework
Homework doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class.

  • Write a Narrative Paragraph on either:

    • A funny cross-cultural moment

    • A time there was a misunderstanding between you and someone, like a generational misunderstanding (i.e. you and grandparents).

    • An interesting experience you had in Korea or a foreign country


Writing lesson using appropriate language
Writing Lesson – using appropriate language doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class.

  • Stay away from jargon

  • Jargon – specialized language used for a specific activity, profession, or group

    • K-Drama jargon: Aegyo, Noona, Big Three (SM, JYP, YG), Hoobae, Fighting, Maknae, Omona

  • Use only when readers will be familiar with it, and only when plain English won’t work as well

    • Sentences filled with jargon can be hard to read

    • Which Korean words would probably be understood by almost an English speaker?


  • _______ is a _________ that _________s. doing a puzzle. One of the questions was very difficult and stumped the majority of them. When it was time to go over the answers, he prefaced that question with “time for the easy one!” He thought it was clever. The whole class starts laughing. Even the co-teacher is laughing, slapping her thighs laughing. They all then point to one girl in the class.

    • A saw is a tool that cuts things in half.

    • A hanbok is a traditional Korean outfit that is only worn on special occasions.

    • Kimchi is a fermented Korean dish that is made out of cabbage, garlic, and chili pepper.

  • ______ is a kind of ________

    • Chige is a kind of stew that is very spicy

    • Mandu is a kind of dumpling that is fried or boiled


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