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  1. Welcome to the seminar!

  2. Dictation/Drawing with Descriptions • His head is round. • He is bald. • His ears are big. • He has narrow dark eyes. • He has round glasses. • His nose is long and wide. • His lips are thin and smiling. • His eyebrows and moustache are bushy. ?

  3. Dictation/Drawing with Prepositions of Place ?

  4. Dictation/Drawing with English 5, Unit 7, Lesson 3

  5. “Please draw a table on your notebook.”

  6. “Now draw either a cup or a spoon on your table.”

  7. Find the ____! • Great for young learners • Easy with a large class • Adaptable • Need very few materials

  8. Find the _____! How to play: • Three students must leave the classroom. • The teacher gives three objects to students in the classroom. • These students hide their objects – it’s a secret! • The first three students come back in and must each find one of the hidden objects • They must ask other students, “Have you got a ____________?” • If the student isn’t hiding the object, they answer, “No, I haven’t.” • If the student does have the object, they say, “Yes, I have.” • Then new students go out and other students hide the objects again.

  9. Find the _____! • Variations: • Use pictures of vocabulary words • Use pictures of everyday activities and students must ask about these activities. • “Do you watch TV?” • “No, I don’t./Yes, I do!”

  10. Go fish! • Fun! • Competitive! • Adaptable!

  11. Go fish! How to play: • Deal four cards to each player • You want three of the same card. When you get them, put them down. • The first player asks another player, “Have you got...?” • If yes: The player says, “Yes, I have,” and gives the card to the first player. • If no: The player says, “No, I haven’t. Go fish!” Then the first player must take another card from the pile. • When a player has zero cards, stop. The player with the most sets of threes is the winner!

  12. Go fish! Variation 1: Countable vs. uncountable nouns “Have you got a book?” “Have you got any chalk?” “Have you got a pair of scissors?” Let’s play!

  13. Go fish! Variation 2: Be polite! Use modals, with borrow and lend: “Would you lend me a book?” “Could I borrow some chalk?” (“Of course!” or “Not right now, sorry. Go fish!”) Let’s Play!

  14. Go fish! For the cards, check out our website: erdenetefl.wordpress.com

  15. Verb board game 2. cards 3. a die 1. a game board You will need: 4. place markers

  16. Verb board game What will you do tomorrow? I’ll jump on my bed tomorrow!

  17. Verb board game Let’s play!

  18. Form, Meaning, Use: for grammar learning.

  19. Form: how to make or create the grammar structure (think of a formula in math class, “2+2=4” or “Subject + verb + either + object + or + object.”) Meaning: the significance or meaning of the whole when different parts of grammar are put together “You can either go to the zoo or to the park (BUT NOT BOTH).” Use: how the grammar is used in daily life or applied to different social situations Deviations from the accepted social usage at best sounds strange or confusing to the listener. At worst, the speaker can sound rude or offensive.

  20. Form, Meaning, Use Example • “will/going to” • Form: • “will” = subject + will + verb ... • “going to” = subject + to be + going to + verb … • Meaning: (one of the many…) • “will” =at the moment of making a decision, use 'will'. • UNPLANNED FUTURE EVENTS • “going to” = once you have made the decision, talk about it using 'going to'. • PLANNED FUTURE EVENTS • Use: • Ganna: “I’m going to go to the restroom.” • Jenny: “Wait, I’ll go with you. Sogii, I am going to go the restroom with Ganaa. Will you hold my purse?” • Sogii: “Sure. I’ll wait here for you.” • -- Ganna had already thought about going to the restroom before she spoke so she used “going to”. Jenny decided to go with Ganaaas she spoke so she used “will”. She used “going to” in the next sentence because her actions had already been planned. Sogii decided her future actions as she spoke so she used “will.”

  21. Modals! Modals! Modals! be going to could couldn’t can have to would be able to might wouldn’t have got to be allowed to may will should won’t

  22. Modals come in families We’re the Advice Family! have to must should ought to shouldn’t

  23. Logical modals: Prediction Will it snow tomorrow?

  24. Logical modals: Prediction Will it snow tomorrow?

  25. Logical modals: Prediction Will it snow tomorrow?

  26. Logical modals: Prediction Will it snow tomorrow?

  27. Logical modals: Making Inferences Someone’s knocking at the door. Who is it?

  28. Logical modals: Making Inferences Someone’s knocking at the door. Who is it?

  29. Logical modals: Making Inferences Someone’s knocking at the door. Who is it?

  30. Logical modals: Making Inferences Someone’s knocking at the door. Who is it?

  31. Logical modals: Making Inferences Someone’s knocking at the door. Who is it?

  32. Logical modals: Making Inferences Someone’s knocking at the door. Who is it?

  33. Modals Form Activity:Prediction scale

  34. Impossible Weak chance Stronger chance Even stronger chance Very strong chance Certain We win the volleyball tournament. We will win the volleyball tournament.

  35. Impossible Weak chance Stronger chance Even stronger chance Very strong chance Certain Impossible Low Possibility Possible High Possibility Certain We win the volleyball tournament. We may win the volleyball tournament.

  36. Impossible Weak chance Stronger chance Even stronger chance Very strong chance Certain He takes a taxi to the airport. He won’t take a taxi to the airport.

  37. Impossible Weak chance Stronger chance Even stronger chance Very strong chance Certain He takes a taxi to the airport. He may very well take a taxi to the airport.

  38. Modals Form Activity:Prediction dice

  39. impossible certain very strong chance

  40. We go to the countryside today. impossible We won’t go to the countryside today. high possibility certain

  41. We go to the countryside today. Weak chance We might go to the countryside today. impossible certain

  42. Jonny fixes the jeep. Even stronger chance Jonny may very well fix the jeep. Stronger chance certain

  43. Jonny fixes the jeep. certain Jonny will fix the jeep. Weak chance impossible

  44. Modals Form/Meaning Activity:Weather forecasts • Ss practice forming sentences with correct modals of prediction • Pictures and percentages help Ss understand the meaning of the modals • Fun card game activity

  45. Weather Forecasts How to play: • Separate the word cards and the weather cards. • Deal the word cards out to students. • Turn over one of the weather cards. • Look at the percentage (%) written on the card. • If a student has a card that corresponds to that probability, the student can take the card and make a sentence. • The student keeps the cards as a pair. • The student with the most pairs at the end wins.

  46. Weather Forecasts • Example: It may very well be sunny tomorrow. may very well Tomorrow: 70%

  47. Weather Forecasts Let’s Play!

  48. Weather Forecasts Logical Modals: Prediction

  49. Modals Use Activity:Making inferences with pictures • SCATEGORIES! • A competitive game adaptable for many activities • Here, we will make it into a “USE” activity: Looking at a picture and making an inference comes very close to how we use inference modals in real life! • Students are divided into teams. • The teacher shows the class a picture and asks a question. • Students must write down answers to the question for 3 minutes. • The team with the most ORIGINAL answers wins. • If two teams write the same answer, no one gets a point.

  50. Where did she go? Example: She could have gone to France. She might have visited her grandmother.