This is my review outline for the end of second semester for grade one.
This is my review outline for the end of second semester for grade two.
This is my review outline for the end of second semester for grade three.
This is my review outline for the end of second semester for grade five.
This is my review outline for the end of second semester for grade four.
This is a pretty solid lesson. Students liked naming items and prices, as well as creating their own stores. For some reason the kids love to yell as loud as possible when reading from the book, so you might have to crack some skulls when you do that part of the lesson.
This is a grace seven lesson that I designed for a lesson at the training center. My actual teaching of it was about mediocre because I only had two students who were both shy. But I really like the lesson plan, and I think it would be good for a small class or a smart class. Maybe make it a little easier for a class of forty, but I think it is pretty good.
This lesson worked pretty well for grade two because it was in their book and it was an epic fail for grade one. I'm pretty sure they didn't even know what a season was by the end of the lesson. The flashcards that are included are really good, but they don't work so well if they are in poor color. If the colors are washed out, they all kind of look the same and confuse the students.
This is just another kindergarten lesson. It's about as good as any of the others.
This is a very generic kindergarten lesson. As usual, it is probably best to just keep them occupied and quiet as much as possible.
This lesson worked out fine, and there are some good activities. Maybe it was a little boring though so try to make it more interesting if possible. The kids that had this lesson in their books were really good at using the adjectives, but the other kids had a hard time understanding anything other than big and small.
This lesson was okay, but it was severely lacking any kind of fun activity or game. I think the kids would have stayed engaged a lot better if I had included that.
The third grade students really loved this lesson. They came up with a ton of words for things that were in their rooms, and they didn't have any trouble understanding or remembering words like window, corner etc. They really liked the sentences and the drawing activity too. Honestly I was surprised how well this one turned out. Part of it may have been that I was right in sync with their Chinese teacher at the time, but even still, they really dug this lesson. I didn't use any flashcards at all. Maybe the kids like that method.
This is actually two different lesson plans about weather. One for Kindergarten, and one for grades 1 and 2. There are some good ideas and activities in there, but you might want to add more fun stuff or games for them. The thermometer flashcards are great. I would recommend using them.
This kindergarten lesson worked out really well. The kids like d the story in my powerpoint. I recommend taking the pictures from the powerpoint and using them as the flashcards so that the students don't get confused. The camping song also works really well. Although I only ended up using the first verse.
This is kind of a continuation of the family lesson. The family lesson is primarily a vocabulary lesson to teach the words for family members such as Mother, Father, Sister, etc. This lesson emphasizes that one person has different relationships to different people. For example there is a person that I call grandma, but my dad doesn't call her grandma, he calls her mom.
The beach is a pretty easy lesson to teach. Be sure you have good flashcards. That is really really important for kindergarten lessons.