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3rd Grade Lesson 7 Part #1

Thomas Orr Middle School English 3 Speak Out Part #1 : You Know What?

Marius Van Der Westhuizen

on 19 August 2013

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Transcript of 3rd Grade Lesson 7 Part #1

Giving facts and giving a reply
You know what?
You know what?
That's interesting.
That's great.
That's too bad.
That's surprising.
That's terrible.
That's crazy.
That's amazing.
Target Expression
You know what?
That's surprising.
Make a group.
Think of three interesting things about Korea.
Write them down on your piece of paper.
When all the groups are finished, please read your facts to the class.
Interesting facts
about Korea
In your NEAT notebook, please write down 3 sentences.
2 sentences should be TRUE.
1 sentence should be a LIE.
Each person gets one turn.
Stand up
Read all your sentences. the other students should guess which one is the LIE.
Remember to say "You know what?" for each sentence.
2 truths &
1 lie game
I like green.
I speak German.
My uncle is Korean.
I have two names.
I am 32 years old.
I have a sister and a brother.
A dog was the first animal in space.
You know what!?
You know what!?
A sheep, a duck and a rooster were the first animals to fly in a hot air balloon.
South Africa has eleven official languages!
Most people in South Africa speak at least two or three languages.
You know what?
That's amazing!
You know what?
South Africa has three capital cities
That's interesting!
Cape Town
The world’s smallest dog is the Chihuahua, which means “tiny dog in the sky.”
You know what!?
You know what?
People didn't eat potatoes in the 16th century.
That's interesting.
You know what?
I passed my exams!
That's great!
You know what?
I didn't win first prize for the magic show.
That's too bad.
You know what?
It snowed today!
That's surprising! It's still summer.
You know what?
I lost my wallet on the subway.
That's terrible.
You know what?
This phone costs $5000 dollars.
That's crazy!
You know what?
This TV can play 3D movies!
That's amazing.
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