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What We Say. By The Cosmos team: Jackie, Carol, Norma, Francisco. Objective. To inform the audience about the reading in order to make a connection to the Origins of Societies and Culture. Provide examples in order t o guide the audience towards an analytical direction. O utcome.

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What we say

What We Say.

By The Cosmos team:

Jackie, Carol, Norma, Francisco


Objective

Objective

  • To inform the audience about the reading in order to make a connection to the Origins of Societies and Culture.

  • Provide examples in order to guide the audience towards an analytical direction.


O utcome

Outcome

  • The audience will obtain an understanding from the reading and the main ideas of module 3 (Societies and Culture).

  • Once understood, the audience will be able to make connections between the reading and the main ideas of module 3 (Societies and Culture).

  • The audience will become aware of word usage.


What we say

plan

  • Video

  • Word Activity

  • Examples

  • Why do parents…

  • Video

  • Reading review

  • Group discussion

  • Reflective activity


Video

Video

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGoqS4qje88

  • What did you notice about the video?

  • Focus on the way he pronounces the words and how people react to it.


Word activity

Word Activity

  • In your groups discuss what terms/word you guys misused in the pastor words you’ve heard kids misuse.

    • i.e. Hurt – Hurted


Most commonly misused words

Most commonly misused words.

  • Hurt- Hurted

  • Eat- Eated

  • Ate- Ated

  • Broke- Broked

  • Etc.


Why do you think parents don t correct the kids

Why do you think parents don’t correct the kids?

  • Discuss in groups for about 4 minutes.


Video1

Video

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jowPKtQ24sk

  • What do you guys think about the video?


Reading review

Reading review

Why do you think the poem “The Jellyfish” was inserted in the beginning

of the reading?

What do you think about this quote or what do you think it means?

“Grammatical errors like bleeded and singed have long epitomized the innocence and freshness of children’s minds. The errors are acts of creation, in which children lift a pattern from their brief experience and apply it with impeccable logic to new words unaware, that the adult world treats them as arbitrary exceptions. ”


Analyzing quote

Analyzing quote

  • “Charles Darwin captured the interaction when he called human language, “an instinctive tendency to acquire an art.” It certainly is not a true instinct,” he noted, “for every language has to be learned.”

    Analyze with group and come up with an idea of what he is trying to say.


How does this tie with societies and cultures

How does this tie with societies and cultures?

  • Discuss with groups for 4-5 minutes


Group discussion how would kids say it

Group discussionhow would kids say it?

  • He got a worse grade than me.

  • The Bee (____) me. (Sting)

  • That really hurt me.

  • Why do thinks kid make such simple

    mistakes?


Our connection

Our connection

  • In society people are expected to expand their speaking skills (i.e. vocab.) by using the correct terms.

  • This happens when one grows up and begins to take part in roles that require them to get a fuller understanding of their communication skills.


Reflective activity

Reflective activity

Write a paragraph answering the following question:

  • How do you think this ties in with Societies and Culture? Give examples from experiences or readings.


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