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English. Week 5. Minimal Pairs . 1 2 1 2. Limb Rim Berry Belly Lot Rot Jelly Jerry Spool Spoor Raw Law Light Right Bowling Boring Free Flee Climb Crime Low Row Pray Play Wall War Bar Ball Reek Leek Ross Loss Hair Hail Pair Pale. Minimal Pairs .

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English

English

Week 5


Minimal pairs
Minimal Pairs

1 2 1 2

Limb Rim

Berry Belly

Lot Rot

Jelly Jerry

Spool Spoor

Raw Law

Light Right

Bowling Boring

Free Flee

Climb Crime

Low Row

Pray Play

Wall War

Bar Ball

Reek Leek

Ross Loss

Hair Hail

Pair Pale


Minimal pairs1
Minimal Pairs

1 2 1 2

Pine Fine

Supper Suffer

Peel Feel

Copy Coffee

Open Often

Pew Few

Pork Fork

Cheap Chief

Depend Defend

Cups Cuffs

Pigs Figs

Pliers Fliers

Fleas Please

Then Than

Brendan Brandon

Bet Bat


Minimal pairs2
Minimal Pairs

12 1 2

Kent Can’t

Met Mat

Bread Brad

Blend Bland

Guess Gas

End And

Led Lad

Bad Pad

Add Ed

Nap Net

Set Sat

Gems Jams

Left Laughed

Sending Sanding


English mistakes
English Mistakes

  • http://onlinepedagogy.wordpress.com/2009/08/11/a-catalogue-of-errors-made-by-korean-learners-of-english


English mistakes1
English Mistakes

She’s eat broccoli.

I’m expect a good time.

She did hike of a mountain.

My condition is not good.

She lives husband.


English mistakes2
English Mistakes

Adult: “I played with my friends.”

When I was in high school student…

This food gives me power.

I saw a comedy movie last night with my friend. It was very funny time.

College student: “I’m in third grade.”


Confusing words
Confusing Words

  • Capitol – building

  • Capital – city with capitol building; wealth; upper case letter

  • Misused - abused

  • Disused – no longer in use

  • Unused – not used


Confusing words1
Confusing Words

  • Latter – the second of the two

  • Later – “see you later!”

  • Loan/lend – I loaned her my car.

  • Borrow – She borrowed my car.



My steps
My steps

  • Understand the meaning/ goal

  • Pronunciation/ English intonation

  • Emphasis and Rhythm

    • Lengthen

    • Strengthen/Stress

    • Pauses

  • Gestures


Stress carries different meanings
Stress Carries Different Meanings

  • I am eating rice.

  • I am eating rice.

  • I am eating rice.

  • I am eating rice.


English

As soon as Fred gets out of bed,

his underwear goes on his head.

His mother laughs, "Don't put it there,

a head's no place for underwear!"

But near his ears, above his brains,

is where Fred's underwear remains.

At night when Fred goes back to bed,

he deftly plucks it off his head.

His mother switches off the light

and softly croons, "Good night! Good night!"

And then, for reasons no one knows,

Fred's underwear goes on his toes.

Jack Prelutsky


English

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood.

I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a desertstate, sweltering with the heat of injustice and oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.

I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.


Information gap
Information Gap

  • I know information you want to know

  • You know information I want to know

  • Share information via communicating


Info gap benefits
Info Gap Benefits

  • Interactive

  • A good way to practice speaking English

  • Can increase motivation (especially if the content seems very authentic)

  • Checks students’ understanding


Info gap
Info Gap

  • Topic: Martin Luther King’s Speech

  • Help each other fill in the blanks without letting the other students see the paper


Jigsaw
Jigsaw

  • Students divide into small groups

  • Each student is responsible for teaching their content to their group

  • Students with the same topic meet together first to learn together and share ideas (teacher checks for accuracy)

  • Then students return to groups to teach

  • Class is tested


Jigsaw benefits
Jigsaw Benefits

  • Efficient way to learn the material

  • Encourages listening, engagement, and empathy

  • Each member of the group an essential part to play in the academic activity

    http://www.jigsaw.org


Jigsaw1
Jigsaw

  • Make a group of 3-4 people

  • Decide who is in charge of

    • 1st paragraph

    • 2nd paragraph

    • 3rd paragraph

  • Meet with your group and discuss the meaning of your paragraph


English

I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slave owners will be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood.

I have a dream that one day even the state of Mississippi, a desert state, sweltering with the heat of injustice and oppression, will be transformed into an oasis of freedom and justice.

I have a dream that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.



Your questions over the break
Your questions over the break…

  • Many

  • A lot

  • Lots of

  • Plenty of – enough, more than enough

  • A number of – quite a few, a good # of

  • Smooth – texture, no bumps – skin, flight

  • Soft – fine to the touch, not harsh,

  • Gentle – kind, not harsh, tame


Stress carries different meanings1
Stress Carries Different Meanings

  • I am eating rice.

  • I am eating rice.

  • I am eating rice.

  • I am eating rice.


Survey
Survey

  • Using the target language grammar and vocabulary, students make a questions to ask the rest of the class

  • Good questions tend to have 2-3 possible answers (so the student can easily record them)


Survey benefits
Survey Benefits

  • Students use the English taught in class

  • Speaking, listening and writing involved (reading if you count reading your own question)

  • Interactive, kinesthetic


Survey activity
Survey Activity

  • On the back of your info gap paper write one question related to…

    • Who/Whichis more interesting/more famous…

    • Among these three, who/which…

    • What would you rather do, ____ or ____?

  • Make a chart to record your answers


Mingle activity
Mingle Activity

  • Find someone who…

  • Each student usually has a different situation/problem

  • Students walk around and offer advice, find likeminded people, etc.


Mingle benefits
Mingle Benefits

  • Students have a real reason to communicate

  • Situations can be based on students actual circumstances, or made up ones

    • students are from different countries

    • have a fake health problem

  • Interactive, kinesthetic


Mingle activity1
Mingle Activity

  • What is your favorite country outside Korea?

  • If you agree, why do you both like it?

  • If you disagree, what is good about your favorite countries?


Mini lesson
Mini Lesson

  • Plan:

    • Info Gap – how do you get to…

    • Jigsaw – world holidays

    • Survey – who is more ____, A or B?

    • Mingle – find someone who…

  • Lead the class in doing it


Thank you for a great class
Thank you for a great class!

  • If you have any English questions, feel free to email me any time. 