21. Describe Spatial & Temporal Relations

Level: Early Advanced/Advanced | Grades 3-5
Topic: A. Using transition words
Modeled Shared Practice Guided Practice Independent
Speaking Teacher uses Judy Clock to introduce Time Transitions Language Patterns. Sample Introduction A2 may be used. Teacher uses Judy Clock to ask students questions about the time, making sure they are practicing Time Transitions Language Patterns In pairs, students will use Judy Clocks to ask each other questions about the time, making sure to use Time Transitions Language Patterns when they answer Teacher uses the Judy Clock to ask individual students to use the vocabulary in Time Transitions Language Patterns to make a statement about the time.
Materials Judy Clock
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A2
Judy Clock
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Individual Judy Clocks
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Words on sentence strips in pocket chart
Judy Clock
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Listening Teacher shows Power Point PPA3 and discusses each picture, ex: The little girl is getting ready to jump into a swimming pool. Teacher shows Power Point PPA3 again and reads Transition Words Listening Statements #1 A5 about each picture. Teacher and students show a thumbs up-yes, thumbs down-no. Teacher shows Power Point PPA3 again and reads Transition Words Listening Statements #2 A5. As a group, students show thumbs up or thumbs down. Teacher shows Power Point PPA3 again and reads Transition Words Listening Statements #1 and #2 A5 to individual students, looking for a thumbs up/thumbs down response.
Materials PPA3 PPA3, A5 PPA3, A5 A5
Reading Teacher introduces Power Point Reading PPA4, reading all the speech balloons Teacher and students take turns reading the speech balloons in Power Point Reading PPA4 In pairs, students use Power Point Reading PPA4 made into little books, to read speech balloons to each other Students read books to 3 other students, having each listener sign the back of their books.
Materials PPA4 PPA4 PPA4 made into books by printing as handouts. PPA4 made into books by printing as handouts.
Writing Teacher gives each student a copy of the Power Point A6 and models writing their own conversations in the speech bubbles, using Time Transitions Language Patterns Teacher and students brainstorm together something they could write in the speech bubble on the third page of the book. Students work in pairs to create the rest of the story, writing in the speech bubbles.
Materials PPA6 printed as handouts and made into books

Transparency of slide 2 of PPA6

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PPA6 printed as handouts and made into books

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PPA6 printed as handouts and made into books

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Correlation to District Adopted Materials:
Carousel of Ideas Set 2: C5 p541-543, C2 p598-599  Genki English: N/A  Vocabulary Builder: N/A