INTERNATIONAL DAY PROJECT
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Instructions:
Choose 5 countries that will have booths during International Day. Prepare a keynote that includes the following:

1) Where is the country? (Which continent?)
2) What does it look like? (Include an image)
3) What does its flag look like? (Include an image)
4) What is the name of the capital city?
5) What language do they speak?
6) What is their religion?
7) What kind of food do they eat?
8) What do you think is interesting about their culture?

Guidelines
- You may write in point (list) form. Please use the following links:

Links
BBC Country Profiles
Countries of the World
Food in Every Country
Country Reports

REMEMBER: Using a translation program from a language class is a violation of the KIS Academic Honesty policy. You need to write in English!

GRADING RUBRIC:
You will be graded on the following:

Content: Have you answered all of the questions about each country?

Accuracy: Have you written accurately? Have you proofread for spelling and grammar mistakes?

Presentation: Is your keynote attractive? Do you speak loudly and clearly?

Classwork: Do you make good use of class time? Do you use English? Do you conduct your research using English websites? Do you write in English?


MY WORLD 5
UNIT 3 PROJECT

Research 5 famous people and do the following:

1) List 5 facts about each person.
2) Express your opinion of the person in a short paragraph. You can answer the question, "Why did I choose this person?"
3) Include a famous quote by each person

Guidelines:
1) Use any presentation software (Keynote, Prezi etc)
2) Be prepared to present your Keynote at the beginning of class on Wednesday, April 25th

WEBSITES:
Brainy Quotes
Biography Online
Info Please
Great Quotes
Famous Quotes

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SPEAK ENGLISH POSTERS

Which poster do you think is the best? Why?

Posters 1
Posters 2
Poster 3
Poster 4
Poster 5
Poster 6
Poster 7
Poster 8
Poster 9
Poster 10


FEBRUARY 22, 2012**

How to write a telemarketing script



NOVEMBER 23, 2011


Warm Up:
Choose 5 more questions from the link below. Write the question and the answer in your notebook. Questions about Airplanes

Classwork 1:
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Classwork 2:
Work with a partner and rewrite the above paragraph. Change ant 10 words.





NOVEMBER 17, 2011

AIRLINE PROJECT


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Instructions:
Design a Keynote introducing a new airline. Please include the following:

1) What is the name of the airline
2) What is it’s logo?
3) Where is it headquartered?
4) What kind of airplanes do you have in your fleet?
5) What are some of it’s domestic routes?
6) What are some if it’s international routes?
7) What are some of the rules and safety regulations?
8) What are the responsibilities of your flight attendants?
9) What are some of the sections or classes?
10) What promotions (or sales) do you have?

Grading Rubric:
Content: 10 marks
Presentation (Pronunciation / Volume / Accuracy): 5 marks
Use of Class time (Cooperation / Diligence / Use of English): 5 marks

Responsibilities:
Each team member is responsible for half of the presentation. Please email your Keynote to your partner before the due date.

Due Date:
Due: Monday, November 21st at the beginning of G Block

Useful Links:
World Airlines



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Tuesday, November 15:


Warm Up:

What have you learned about Saudi Arabian Airlines? List 5 facts.


TIME LINE PROJECT:

Choose 10 important events from the history of Saudi Arabian Airlines and make a timeline. Use your handout and the above website to help you find events. Each event on your timeline should be 8 words or less.

Links:
Link for Classwork: Saudi Arabian Airlines
Link for Project: Time Line

Bonus:
Saudi Air ( or Saudia) is the best airline in the Middle East. Write an essay outlining your views on this topic. Please use examples to support your argument.


Tuesday, November 8:

TOPIC: AIR TRAVEL
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WARM UP:
In your notebook, please write a question using each of the following words:

  • airplane
  • luggage
  • passport
  • magazine
  • plane ticket
  • visit

LISTENING:




CLASS WORK:




Friday, Nov
ember 4:

Warm Up:
Please click on this file and answer the 2 questions in your notebook




Classwork:

Choose one of the pictures from the Warm Up. What do you think are the ingredients? Please make a list in your notebook.




Thursday, November 3:


WARM UP:
Write a question using each of the following words:
  • important
  • interesting
  • closest
  • furthest
  • surprising

CLASSWORK:

Write articles are the most important. Rank them from 1 (very important) to 5 (not important)




Tuesday, November 1:

WARM UP:
Read the following questions: EATING OUT Write down the 5 most interesting questions. Then write down you answers.

Wednesday, October 26:

WARM UP:
How do you make a good Keynote presentation? In your notebook, list 5 things you should do.




Tuesday, October 25:
RESTAURANTS

WARM UP:
Write a menu for the perfect restaurant.
See Applebees for ideas.

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CLASSWORK:
Complete your handout using the following website: ZAGAT.

PROJECT:
Create a Keynote called "Restaurants".

INSTRUCTIONS:
  1. Work with 1 partner
  2. Write and answer any 5 questions from our restaurant unit. (Groups of 3 - 8 questions)
  3. Answer each question on a different slide
  4. You need a total of at least 150 words. (Groups of 3 -- 200 words)
  5. Marks will be deducted for each mistake in spelling.
  6. Prepare to present your Keynote to your classmates. Your presentation should be about 3 or 4 minutes. The due date is Tuesday, November 1st.

Here is the grading rubric:


Monday, October 24

WARM UP
Browse the following website: FIND ME A HOBBY In your notebook, list 3 hobbies that you like. Explain your choices.


Thursday, October 20

WARM UP
List 3 nouns about restaurants
List 3 verbs about restaurants
List 3 adjectives about restaurants

Task 1:
Make a Diamante Poem about restaurants. Use this link: Diamante Poem


Wednesday, October 19

WARM UP
Use this website to answer the 2 questions. Write your answer in your notebook.

HOBBIES

1) What is a hobby?

2) What 3 hobbies on this page are interesting? Why?

3) What 3 hobbies on this page are boring? Why?

Task 1:
Put these words into a paragraph:

Skateboarding


Tuesday, October 18:
RESTAURANTS

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Assignment:
Create a Keynote called "Restaurants".

Steps:
1) Work with 1 partner
2) Write and answer any 5 questions from today's unit. (Groups of 3 - 8 questions)
2) Answer each question on a different slide
3) You need a total of at least 150 words. (Groups of 3 -- 200 words)
4) Marks will be deducted for each mistake in spelling.
5) Prepare to present your Keynote to your classmates in class on Thursday, October 20th. Your presentation should be about 3 or 4 minutes.



Tuesday, October 11:

G Block:
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Warm Up:
Has Apple had an effect on your life? Do you own any Apple products? Do you think Apple has changed the way we work and play? Have all the changes been good? What do you think will happen to Apple now that Steve Jobs is dead?

PART 1: Worksheet

Fill in the dates on your worksheet. Use the following links to help you:
Steve Jobs Timeline
You Tube

PART 2: Timeline


Make a timeline about Steve Jobs.

1) Go to Time Line
2) Click "Get Stated"
3) Type in "Steve Jobs" after "Title"
4) Type in your name after "By"
5) Click "Unit of Measure" and click "Date".
6) Make 10 entries. Give each entry a date, title and description.
7) When you finish, print out your time line.
8) Put your name on your paper and put it in the classwork box.



Friday, October 7th:

G Block

Warm Up:

Instructions: Answer the following questions in your notebook:
  1. What adjective best describes you?
  2. What could you not live without?
  3. Where would you prefer to spend a holiday?
  4. What kind of music do you prefer?
  5. Would you give money to Greenpeace?
  6. Would you like to be Lionel Messi?
  7. What is a football spectator?
  8. What kind of films do you like?

Class Work:

The adjective that best describes her (him) is adventurous. She (he) couldn’t live without her phone. She prefers to spend a holiday on the beach. She prefers to live in the U.K. and be famous. She prefers classical music and to spend the afternoon at the shopping center. She prefers to give her money to Greenpeace. She prefers to be Lionel Messi. She prefers to drink Pepsi and east hamburgers. She prefers to spend her money on clothes and spend Saturday night staying at home. She thinks family is most important. She prefers to communicate by phone and to watch football. She prefers horror films and thinks honesty is most important.


Wednesday, October 5th:

G Block

Warm Up:

ADVERTISEMENTS

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This is a magazine advertisement for McDonalds iced coffee. List in your notebook, 7 other things that could be advertised in a magazine


Magazine Website: THE ECONOMIST

1) When was this magazine published?
2) What is the title of the article on page 270?
3) On what page can you find the article "The Next Best Bet"?


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30:

WARM UP:
Copy down the following sentences into your notebook. Then correct the capitalization mistakes.

mr smith, our history teacher, is taking us to the national art museum in seoul. early friday afternon, the bus arrived in front of our school, oak middle school.



WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28:


Video Link for today's classwork: Saudi Women Get the Right to Vote


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27:

WARM UP: Describe what you see in these 4 photographs:

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Reading Website for today's classwork: PBS NEWSHOUR

Bonus: Read the following article and add your opinion to the discussion: Wall Street Journal


MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26:

Read and answer the questions at the following website:English News


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23:

Write down 10 questions you would like to ask Mike. Then go to the following website: Practice Your English with Mike
Ask Mike your questions and write down his answers on your worksheet.



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22:

If you finish you classwork, please practice your grammar using the exercises on this website: Grammar Zone



WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21:

If you finish you classwork, please practice your spelling using the dictation exercises on this website: Dictation.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9:

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Please browse the Wallace and Gromit website and fill in your worksheet with words you expect to hear when watching the film. Here is the link: Wallace and Gromit



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8:

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Please browse the Korea Times online and list 5 topics in the news today. Write your list in your ESL Notebook.

Here is the link: The Korea Times


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7:

FILM REVIEW
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Click on the Discussion Tab. Write a film review using page 16 as example. Click on "New Post". Write the name of your film in the Subject space. Then type you review in the message box. Write your name at the bottom of your review. When you are finished, click on Post. If you have time, read what your classmates have written and reply to their message.



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6:
Please click on the following links for extra practice:

ENGLISH ZONE
ENGLISH LAND
SOFT SCHOOL
WEB SCHOOL
FUN TRIVIA
QUIZ
KID'S LAB

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2011:

When you finish your test, please click on Links and browse any of the sites listed on this page.


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2011:

Answer the questions in the survey. Use the following link if you need help:
The Internet Movie Database



THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 2011:

Click on the link. In your ESL notebook, LIST 10 things you see:
It Was a Short Summer Charlie Brown



FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011:

If you finish you classwork, you may play word scramble. Please turn off the sound so that you don't disturb your classmates. Here is the link: Word Scramble


THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 2011:

LANGUAGE POSTER:

Instructions:

1) Write down the 10 parts of speech and useful concepts from Unit 1.
(Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb, Preposition, Singular, Plural, Phrase, Sentence, Paragraph, Question)

2) Give the definition of each.
(Noun: A person place or thing)

3) Give an example for each.
(King Abdullah, Saudi Arabi, school)

Here is an example of what you poster should look like:

Use this link to help you with definitions and spellings: ENGLISH DICTIONARY




TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 2011:

1) Click on the website below
2) Search for images of classrooms
3) Make a list in your notebook of 15 things you see in the pictures.

Google Images


FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2011:

WEBSITE OF THE DAY: INTERACTIVE BOOGLE

Boogle

Instructions:
Make as many English words as you can using the letters in the grid. You will have 3 minutes to type as many words as you can.
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Wednesday, October 19

WARM UP
Use this website to answer the 2 questions. Write your answer in your notebook.

HOBBIES

1) What is a hobby?

2) What 3 hobbies on this page are interesting? Why?

3) What 3 hobbies on this page are boring? Why?

Task 1:
Put these words into a paragraph:

Skateboarding

News Desk


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Thursday, November 10:

Warm Up:
1) What do you know about Saudi Arabian Airlines?
2) What would you like to know?
Please make a list in your notebook

Links:
Link for Classwork: Saudi Arabian Airlines
Link for Project: Time Line

TIME LINE PROJECT:
Choose 10 important events from the history of Saudi Arabian Airlines and make a timeline. Use your handout and the above website to help you find events. Each event on your timeline should be 8 words or less.



Friday, April 11

Oktapodi
Geri's Game
For the Birds
No Light!
A Boy's Story
The Switch

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