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JP S19 INT Past and Future

Language Resident Name: Ayaka Matsuo

Day and Date: Thursday, February 6th

Language and Level (intermediate or advanced class): Intermediate Japanese 

Class theme/topics discussed: Past and Future 

Goal of the class: To be able to explain their past using past tense and to be able to talk about their future plan using future tense. 

How did you structure the class?

Activity1 (10 min): Now 

Students tell a partner about how their usual days go on. What time do they get up? Where do they eat breakfast? What do you do in the morning? What are your favorite things to do? Who are your close friends?

Activity2 (10 min): 10 Years Ago

Students talk about what they were doing, what they liked, who were their best friends, etc. with their partners.

Activity3 (20 min): In 10 Years

Students draw a picture that represent himself / herself in 10 years. Then, we share with the whole class.

Activity4 (15 min): The world in 100 years

The whole class draws a big picture, predicting how the world would be like in 100 years from now. They draw a big picture together on the white board.

Activity5 (5 min): Wrap-up

I ask them wrap-up questions. I also announce the upcoming cultural activity. 

What technology, media or props did you use? (internet resources, playmobiles, handouts, etc.)

What worked well in this class? What did not work?

This plan worked very well. This topic interested students very much and they were really engaged in the activities. 

How could this class be improved/ modified?

I would keep it as it is. 

 If you have a more detailed lesson plan, please attach it below (OK to use target language for that).  Please attach any handouts as well.

JP F18 ADV Japanese Old Tales

Language Resident Name: Ayaka Matsuo

Day and Date: Thursday, October 17th

Language and Level (intermediate or advanced class): Advanced Japanese 

Class theme/topics discussed: Japanese old Tales / Feedback Session 

Goal of the class: To be familiar with Japanese old tales and to be able to describe / visualize a scene of the old tales. 

How did you structure the class?

Activity1 (25 min): Feedback Session / Werewolf Game

I continue the feedback session and the other students play the werewolf game. 

Acitivity2 (5 min): Brainstorming

Each student says one Japanese old tales or Japanese stories (ex. Ghibli stories) they know. All the stories they came up with are written in the while board.

Activity3 (10 min): Creating a Manga

Students make a pair. At least one student of the pair should know a plot of a story. I give each pair a blank sheet with 5 manga boxes. One student tells the plot briefly and the other student draws.

Acitivty4 (15 min): Presentation

Each pair presents their story, showing a manga they draw. 

Activity5 (5 min): Wrap-up

I ask them open questions such as what is their favorite story? Did you learn new stories? Was it hard to draw pictures? Etc…

What worked well in this class? What did not work?

It worked well. This was a really good way to introduce Japanese stories, making them keep talking. 

How could this class be improved/ modified?I could do this in FLRC so I can show their manga on the bigger screen. 

DE FA18 INT Art and painters

Conversation Class Lesson Summary

Language Resident Name:

IVAN LUCIC

Day and Date:

Wednesday, 11/28/2018

Language and Level (intermediate or advanced class):

German, Intermediate

Class theme/topics discussed:

Art and painters

Goal of the class:

Get to know the vocabulary regarding art. Be able to describe a picture accordingly.

How did you structure the class?

Activity 1 (5 min): Quiz. First, we started doing a kahoot quiz. I prepared a quiz on famous painters and paintings. The students had to do the quiz on their own. The students got really excited and loved doing that.

Activity 2 (10 min): Interview. I asked the students to interview each other about art and museums. They asked each other how often they went to the museums, which museum they liked the most and which painter they liked the most. After that, we gathered the results in the big group.

Activity 3 (5 min): I told the students to gather as many terms they knew about art, specifically the tools they would need to paint and to draw. The winner got a small gift (candy). After that, we briefly talked about vocabulary regarding art by collecting all the tools you would need to paint and draw.

Activity 4 (10 min): I showed a famous painting of Salvador Dali and we tried to describe the picture as accordingly as possible by using phrases (in the front of the picture, in the back of the picture, etc). I also handed them a help sheet they could use in the next exercise. This exercise should prepare them for the next task.

Activity 5 (30 min): Drawing by hearing. I split the students in groups of three. One student would sit in the front, facing away from the screen. The two other students would look at the screen and try to describe the picture best to their knowledge. The student facing away would draw it. The students had 10 minutes for each picture. Then they would switch so everyone would be in the place of drawing. In the end we would look at all pictures. The one that looked the most similar won (and the group received candy as a reward).

What technology, media or props did you use? (internet resources, playmobiles, handouts, etc.)

Whiteboard, pen

PowerPoint presentation (see attached)

Help sheet (attached)

What worked well in this class? What did not work?

The students really enjoyed the quiz! Also, they enjoyed drawing the pictures and explaining that to each other. They also drew really funny pictures!

How could this class be improved/ modified?

It was one of the best classes. I would keep it as it is.

 If you have a more detailed lesson plan, please attach it below (OK to use target language for that).  Please attach any handouts as well.

Deutsch Fortgeschritten, 27. November 2018

Hilfe für die Beschreibung

Im Vordergrund gibt es…                                  –                       In the front there is…

Im Hintergrund gibt es…                                   –                       In the back there is..

Auf der linken Seite des Bildes…                       –                  On the left side of the picture…

Auf der rechten Seite des Bildes…                     –                On the right side of the picture…

In der Mitte des Bildes gibt es…                        –                       In the center of the picture there is…

Daneben                                                           –                       Next to it…

Davor                                                               –                       In front of it…

Dahinter                                                           –                       Behind it…

Hinten links sieht man…

Hinten rechts sieht man…

Vorne links sieht man…

Vorne rechts sieht man…

INT-28.11.2018

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