Basic: Family: Identifying Family Members Week 1

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Basic: Family: Identifying Family Members – week 1Unit objective: Students will be able to identify and talk about familymembers orally and in writing, ask “How many?” questions aboutfamily, express marital status and express where family memberslive.Vocabulary: mother, father, son, daughter, sister, brother, aunt,uncle, grandfather, grandmother, niece, nephew, children, family,husband, wifeMondayLesson Objectives:Review last week’s objectives as appropriateIdentify family member vocabulary orally and it writingAsk and answer “How many?” questions about familyusing have or hasMaterialsStory – Talk of the Block Family SV,“Kim and the Kids,” pg 9-10Volunteer’s family pictures (ifpossible)Family worksheet (see below)Activity Ideas:Family tree: T introduces family by talking about own family and drawing a very simplifiedfamily tree on the board using the family vocabulary words (see above). Feel free to bringpictures; learners love it! Learners writeFamily worksheet: Ss fill out worksheet after discussing familyDialogue- Create a simple dialogue with students:How many brothers do you have?I have brothers.Practice in variety of ways, switching vocabulary words (whole class, half class/half class,teacher/students, pairs, volunteer perform)

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TuesdayLesson Objectives:Review Monday’s objectives as appropriate.Identify family member vocabulary orally and in writingAsk and answer “How many?” questions about familyusing have or hasAsk about where family members liveMaterialsMingle sheet (see below)Activity Ideas:Mingle – After modeling the question, Ss mingle asking “How many” questions about thebrothers, sisters, sons and daughters.T-chart – Using the list of family vocabulary words covered yesterday, T draws a T chart on theboard labeling it man/woman. As a class, write the words under the correct categories. Oncefinished, Ss can copy the chart into their notebooks.Speaking - Introduce the question, “Where does your live?” “He/she lives in ” Askand answer using the various vocabulary words. Can use the ball to indicate who shouldanswer. The person throwing the ball asks the question, and the person catching it answers.

How many do you have?NameSistersBrothersChildren

WednesdayLesson Objectives:Review Tuesday’s objectives as appropriate.Express marital statusMaterialsYes/No signs (Volunteermade)Marital pictures (seebelow)Worksheet (see below)Activity Ideas:Yes/No Move – Signs are taped to opposite sides of the room. T asks yes/no questions withvocabulary mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter, children, grandmother,grandfather and students move to their answers (i.e. I have three sisters. My brothers live inAfrica.)Marital status worksheet: After introducing each word (married, single, widowed, divorced), Tdemonstrates, “I am .” Ss answer orally and then complete the worksheet. Fast finisherscan write what they are in their notebooks (I am single. My sister is married. Etc.)Dictation: mom, dad, sister, son. I have two brothers.

Write.marriedsinglewidoweddivorcedWrite. I am .

ThursdayLesson Objectives:MaterialsReview Wednesday’s objectives as appropriate.Write about members of their family.Describe family members with adjectives (optional).Activity Ideas:Family Writing - Together spell all of the family words on the board so students have apoint of reference when writing. Class writes sentences together. T models first by writing3 sentences using “I have” about family members (“I have one brother. I have one sister.I have three sons”).Students write sentences in their notebooks about their families. Fast finishers can writemore than three sentences or write using adjectives from last week (My mom is tall).Students share their stories in pairs. Ss can type their stories during computer time if theywish.

Story – Talk of the Block Family SV, “Kim and the Kids,” pg 9-10 Volunteer’s family pictures (if possible) Family worksheet (see below) Activity Ideas: Family tree: T introduces family by talking about own family and drawing a very simplified family tree on the board using the family vocabulary words (see above). Feel free to bring

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