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5th and 6th

1. Review each of the key phrases


a. Show pictures and ask students:
i. What are you going to do?
ii. Students respond:
1. I’m going to see my grandparents
2. I’m going to visit the museum
3. I’m going to ride my bike
4. I’m going to watch a soccer game
5. I’m going to meet my friends
6. I’m going to read a book
2. Do part B in the textbook
a. Students answer the questions on their own
b. Teacher will go over answers to part B together with the class
i. Before answering each question, the teacher will ask the students “What
are you going to do this afternoon?”
1. Students will say the sentence together
ii. Choose students to answer each question using popsicle sticks
3. Play Jeopardy
a. Students will be in their groups of four
b. Groups will take turns to choose questions to answer
i. $100 questions
1. Teacher asks group of students “What are you going to do?”
a. Students respond by reading the slide together and then
the group leader gives their answer (a, b, or c) after talking
to their group
ii. $200 questions
1. Teacher asks group of students “What are you going to do?”
a. Students talk in their group and the give their answer all
together
iii. $300 questions
1. Students talk in their group and then the team leader gives their
group’s answer (putting a, b, and c in the correct order)
iv. $400 questions
1. Teacher asks group of students “What are you going to do?”
a. Students talk in their group and then say the answer
together
c. If a group gives the correct answer, the team gets the amount of money
associated with that question
d. The team at the end of the game to have the most money wins, and each team
member gets a stamp
4. Explain homework
a. Part D in the textbook = Homework