We Are Going on A Field Trip

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We Are Going on A Field Trip. Maximizing Opportunities for Language Learning. Heide Spruck Wrigley. Field Trips Near and Far. Farm. Grocery Store. Post Office. Notes for Teachers. Ask students to work in groups to predict what they will see and hear - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • We Are Going on A Field Trip Maximizing Opportunities for Language Learning Heide Spruck Wrigley

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Field Trips Near and FarFarmGrocery StorePost Office

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Notes for TeachersAsk students to work in groups to predict what they will see and hearEncourage students to generate questions that they will ask or hand them flashcard with questions Allow students to select questions they will ask and hold them to it Introduce the trip to students

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Activities for Students WORK IN A GROUP

    TALK ABOUT WHAT YOU THINK WILL HAPPEN ON THE TRIP. Write down: All the words related to the field trip you can think of in 8 minutes10 things you think you will see on the trip 6 questions you can ask someone as you get there

    ASK ONE PERSON TO WRITE IT ALL DOWN

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Words, Things, Questions

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Field Trip Etiquette What do people normally do in these places (or at these events?)What are the rules of conduct? What gets you into trouble and why? What do you do or say if you made a false move or said the wrong thing (faux pas)? What will help us all to relax and have a good time?

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Just Ask Somebody Excuse me, where is the bathroom?What time is it?Where can I get some food?Is there a water fountain?Is there a Coke Machine?Do you sell post cards? Do you sell stamps? How much is it? Can you give me change for a dollar?Where is a telephone?What time does the shop close?The machine ate my dollar, what can I do?

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Our Trip to After your trip, discuss 10 things we saw Questions we asked Surprises Good ______________Not so good _________________Questions we still have

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Ask Three Questions

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Places, People, Things

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Tell Me About Your Trip Where did you go?How did you get there?What did you see?Who did you talk with? What did you find out?What did you like a lot?What was not so good?

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • How English Works(Talking about things in the past)Where did you go?How did you get there?What did you see?Who did you talk with?What did you hear about?What did you like?What did you not like? What was your favorite part?

    We went to _______We got there by _____We saw _______We talked with ______We heard about ____We liked ____We didnt like ______My favorite part was when _________

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • Our Opinion

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

  • The Story of Our Trip to _________

    Just in Time Civics Field Trips - Heide Spruck Wrigley

    Notes to Teachers: These are notes to students to get them talking in groups 1. Ask students to work in groups to write down the questions that they asked, the person they asked and the answer they got (if they dont remember they can make up a reasonable answer)NOTES TO TEACHERS: Introduce the questions to the class (change you to we), reading them together from the slideThen put the slide away and ask students orally to see if they can understand and answer the questionsIf students have trouble with the past tense, help them out Put up the slide Crazy English and let them practice past tense of irregular verbs. Make copies for them to practice at home if they want Put students in pairs and let them ask and answer the questions Have students do flashcards on past tense and practice with each other Review questions and answers the next class period. Say the questions (dont let the students see them) and ask them to write down the answers. Beginning students just write down a word or so, - more advanced students write down whole sentences (give them the option Do this as a Language Experience StoryAsk students the questions on Where Did You Go? (changing you to we.Have students give you sentences and write them down on the overhead. Write down what students say. Try to involve everyone, asking shyer students to contibute.Dont correct their English at this point. When the story is finished read it aloud together with the group. Ask them if they want to make any changes in the story. Ask them to add one more sentence at the end, saying something about the trip (we liked it or it was a great trip)Make copies of the story and then read it aloud the next day (listening comprehension; dont show it to the students).Hand out copies of the story and read it together with the group as a whole. See who has trouble keeping up and who is reading aloud right along with youAsk individual students to read one sentence at a time; if they struggle, read write along with themHave students do flash cards on irregular verbs. Put the question (where did you go?) on the front and the past tense on the back (I went .....)Have students practice in pairs more advanced students asking the beginning ones. Encourage students to practice at home if they want to Do a little fun quiz the next day if you thing your students are ready -

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