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Grade 2:Lesson 5 Different Places, Different Houses
kelly gibsonon 29 May 2012
Transcript of Grade 2:Lesson 5 Different Places, Different Houses
b: Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.
a: What kind of house do you want to have?
b: I want to have a house with a garden. Asking about someone's interests... What are you interested in? Are you interested in _________? 2 ways Asking a specific question about what a person likes or wants... What kind of ___________
do you want to ___________? For example: What kind of flowers to do want to buy? What kind of fruit do you want to eat? movie/see What kind of movie do you want to see? pet/have What kind of pet do you want to have? More specifically... I'm interested in ________ . Yes, I am.
No, I'm not a: Are you interested in photography? a: Are you interested in playing computer games? b: I'm interested in reading books. a: Are you interested in gardening? b: No, I'm not. b: I'm interested in cooking. flowers/buy fruit/eat VIDEO! ice cream
eat What kind of
ice cream do you want to eat? I want chocolate
ice cream with sprinkles. I want strawberry
ice cream with chocolate chips. b: Yes, I am.
I love Star Craft! Yes, I am (what they like) 4 example ... a: Are you interested in Kpop? listening p70 b a speaking p71 d c ACTIVITY: The Job for You Ask your partner the first question.
Then look down and circle all the answers that match.
If your partner says "yes", circle all the "yes’s”
If they say "no", circle all the "no’s”. Example:
A: Are you interested in...helping people?
B: Yes I am. (circle ALL ‘yes’s)
A: Are you interested in... helping animals?
B: No I’m not. (circle ALL ‘no’s) 1. Doctor! 2. Teacher! 3. Model! 4. Singer! 5. Stewardess! 6. Police Officer! 7. Taxi Driver! 8. Farmer! 9. Sumo Wrestler! 10. Family Mart Worker! 11. Gangster! b: No, I'm not. Are you interested in... helping people helping animals traveling being outside going to bed late being pretty having money meeting people SCORE yes no no no yes no yes yes 4 yes no no no no no no yes 2 no no yes no no yes yes yes 3 when you finish, count all the YES's in each row
the row with the most YES's is your job 1 2 3 your job!! The Job for You is ...