5th grade 1 Drtinova


Teachers:

Anna Holladay

tel.: +420 773 703 670 
email: anna.holladay@gmail.com





 

 

VÍTÁME VÁS V NOVÉM ŠKOLNÍM ROCE 2022-2023!

Vážení rodiče,

pokud si má Vaše dítě vést v programu úspěšně, je důležité, abyste věděli, co se na hodinách dělá, a mohli jej tak ve studiu podpořit. Na této webové stránce najdete informace o práci v jednotlivých hodinách, zadání domácích úkolů a další důležité informace týkající se výuky. Je nezbytné, aby se žáci snažili vypracovávat domácí úkoly a v případě absence si vždy doplnili zameškanou látku. Snadněji se tak po návratu do školy zapojí do výuky. V případě dotazů nás můžete kdykoli kontaktovat.

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JANUARY

25.1.

Homework: 27D (page 59)

Fun For Flyers: Units 27,28 (pages 58-61)
Today we talked about holidays and competitions. Remember, to talk about future plans, use “going to + verb”. For example, “This weekend, I’m going to do my homework.”
Try this Future Tense Practice!

Game: We had our own class competition by playing “Finger Math”. First, you find a partner. Then, each partner chooses a number 1-5 and shows it on their fingers behind their backs. On the count of three, both partners show their fingers to each other. The first to say the total number wins!

Activities: 27A,B,C,E; 28A,B,C,D

Irregular Past Tense review: choose-chose, cut-cut, draw-drew, dream-dreamed/dreamt, drive-drove, find-found, fly-flew, hide-hid

18.1.

Homework: 25E,F (page 55)

Fun For Flyers: Units 25,26 (Pages 54-57)
Today we talked about trips and holidays! After reading a story about a school trip, we imagined a picture in our minds and talked to our partners about the differences. How old were the students? Was the teacher a man or a woman? What were the children looking at in the museum? We also looked at pictures and told a story of a family going on a holiday.

Activities: 25A,B; 26A,C,D

Memory Game: In a circle, one person started saying “I’m going on a trip to the mountains/beach, and I’m taking….” The next person had to say the first item, then add their own. We continued all the way around the circle, where the last person had to remember all the items we were taking on the trip.

Charades: We played charades (acting and guessing) using the verb-noun chain worksheet from last week. For example, “run down the stairs”, “tidy your desk”, “invent a machine”.

11.1

Homework: 23B (page 50) & 24C (page 53)

Fun For Flyers: Units 23,24 (pages 50-53)

Today’s topics were “World, Weather, and Work” and “Leaving and Arriving”. We wrote short stories about what we saw in pictures (23C), and described differences between pictures of airports (24B). We also played a game called “verb-noun chain” (23E), where students had to link a verb with the correct noun in a nearby box.

Activities: 23 A, C, E; 24 A, B

We also reviewed more irregular verbs in the Past Simple Tense: fall-fell, feel-felt, give-gave, hear-heard, hurt-hurt
 

4.1.

Homework: 21E (page 47) & 22E (page 49)

Fun For Flyers: Units 21 & 22 (pages 46-49)

Today’s topics were Time (calendar, months, seasons, etc.) and Numbers (how to say numbers correctly in English. Remember, to say years, you say the first two numbers as one number, and the last two numbers as one number. (For example "2023", you say “Twenty Twenty-three”)

Activities: 21 A, B, C, D; 22 A, B, C, D


DECEMBER

14.12.

Homework: 14C* (page 33)
*This is a listening activity. Use your Cambridge One login to access your digital textbook and listen to the exercise. Or, you can download all the recordings from the book here. There is a link to download the two CDs next to "Fun for Flyers", which you can find under the heading "Classroom audio".


When you download the CDs, you can find the correct track by looking for the exercise name. For example, the track for exercise 14C will be named “Cambridge University Press - Fun For Flyers Fourth Edition CD1 - 18 - 14C.mp3”

Fun For Flyers: Unit 20 (page 44-45)
Today we talked about phones!
Activities: A, B, C, D

Game: Reviewing past simple irregular words (the previous 15 + be- was/were, begin-began, break-broke, burn-burned/burnt, can- could)

Brain Break:  Elf on the Shelf | Christmas Brain Break | Just Dance

7.12.

Homework: 19D (page 43) pick a situation (on the beach, in a museum, in class, at a party) and write 4 questions you could ask if you were in that situation. For example, in class, “Can you help me, please? Can I borrow a pencil?” …

Fun For Flyers: Unit 19 (page 42-43)
Today’s topic was questions. We read a story about Hugo, a little boy with a lot of questions. We followed coloring instructions, reviewed question words, and asked each other a lot of questions! We also listened and ordered a Honey Cake recipe (page 35).

Past Simple Verbs Game: We played a team game where the first person to grab the popsicle stick from the table said the past simple form of the verb on the card. If they were correct, they earned 2 points for their team. If they were incorrect, the other team had a chance to answer for 1 point.

Brain Break: Would You Rather? Workout! (Holiday Edition)

NOVEMBER

30.11.

Homework: 18C (page 40), 18D (page 41)

Fun For Flyers: Units 17 and 18 (Pages 38-41)
Today’s topics were jobs and telling the time. We reviewed different jobs that people can have, ranked jobs from best to worst, told a story about a journalist named Sarah by looking at pictures, and listened to where Sarah took different objects. We also practiced different ways to say the same time. 

Past Simple Verbs: We reviewed more irregular past simple verbs: Say-said, take-took, do-did, know-knew, read-read (the past simple is pronounced like the color “red”)

Game: We played Pictionary, where one student drew  whatever job was on their card on the board and the class had to guess correctly.
 

23.11.

Homework: 15B (page 34); Register your book with your code and check that you can listen to the listening activities! To register, follow the instructions on this webpage (not the instructions on the cover of your book).

Fun For Flyers: Units 15 and 16 (Pages 34-37)
Today’s topic was food! We listened and identified the names of animals having a barbecue, and read a story about two women who had a mini holiday while at work.

Past Simple Verbs: We reviewed more irregular past simple verbs with a team game: eat-ate, drink-drank, go-went, come-came, have-had. There is a list of past simple irregular verbs on pages 142-143 in your book!

Game: We played Hot Seat, where you had to describe vocabulary words so that the person in the “hot seat” could guess it. (We used vocabulary from Unit 16- plate, glass, bowl, salt, pepper, knife, spoon, fork, chopsticks, bottle.)
 

16.11.

Homework: 13E* (page 31) & 14B (page 32)
*This is a listening activity. You need to scratch off the code on the front cover of your book and follow the instructions for activation. Then you can see and listen to all of the activities in the book!

Fun For Flyers: Units 13 and 14 (Pages 30-33)

Today’s topics were weather and food/drink. We listened to people talking about the weather, described differences we saw in two pictures of a playground, and took a quiz that reminded us to take care of our bodies with healthy food, drinks, and activities.

Past Simple Verbs: We also reviewed irregular past simple verbs with a board race: bring-brought, buy-bought, catch-caught, teach-taught, think-thought. There is a list of irregular verbs on pages 142-143 in your book!

9.11.

Homework: 11C (page 27) & 12D (page 29)

Fun For Flyers: Units 11 and 12 (Pages 26-29)

We followed instructions (with directional prepositions: at the bottom, on the right, under, above) while coloring a picnic scene, described differences we saw in two pictures of outer space, and asked and answered questions about Earth.

Brain Break: This or That: Treat Edition

Game: Simon Says

2.11.

Homework: 9C (page 23) & 10D (page 25)

Fun For Flyers: Units 9 and 10 (pages 22-25)

We listened to conversations about school and school trips, practiced forming present tense questions, and invented imaginary school trips!

Brain Break: Back to School Would You Rather?

Remember to bring your library books and book reports to our next lesson!
 

OCTOBER

19.10.

Homework: 8F (page 21)

Fun For Flyers: Units 7 and 8 (Pages 18-21)

We practiced with present and past tense, read a story about a dog named Pirate, and talked about our favorite school subjects.

Brain Break: Would You Rather? Workout! (Halloween Edition) - At Home Family Fun Fitness Activity - Brain Break

Halloween “What Am I?” quiz: Halloween What Am I? Quiz | ESL Halloween Games | 4K

Game: We made a big circle with our chairs with one person standing in the middle. That person said, “I’m wearing…” If that was true for you, you had to stand up and find a new chair in the circle. The person stuck in the middle had to go next.

Remember to bring your library books and book reports to our next lesson!

12.10.

Homework: 5B (page 14)

Fun For Flyers: Units 4, 5, and 6 (Pages 12-17)

We wrote and talked about our friends and reviewed animals and how they move (run, hop, swim, fly, jump).
“Would you rather…?” Game: In this game, you had to choose between 2 options, for example “Would you rather have one really good friend or ten average friends?” and then explain your choice.

Brain Break: Brain Break - THIS or THAT Energizer Game 2 Food Edition

 

5.10.

Homework: 2B (pages 8&9), 3B (page 10)

 

Fun For Flyers: Units 1, 2, and 3 (Pages 6-11)

 

We practiced noticing and talking about differences between pictures, and listening to a description of Robert’s favourite game (about Zappy the alien!) We also practiced naming what people wear and what people carry by doing a drawing game.

 

Human Bingo Game: We practiced asking and answering present tense questions by playing the game “Human Bingo”. If our classmate could answer “yes” to our question relating to a bingo square, they signed their name in the square. When we got 5 signatures in a row, you could yell BINGO!

SEPTEMBER

21.9.

Portfolios: We decorated our portfolios and wrote 3 sentences about ourselves, 2 truths and 1 lie. Our classmates had to guess which was the lie.

CONNECT!: We played a game with a ball of string, making statements about ourselves and then connecting with our classmates who shared a similarity with us.

All About Me: We filled in worksheets with information about ourselves (favorite book, food, what we want to be when we grow up, etc.) and read aloud to the class.

Story Cubes: We made two stories as a class by rolling the story cube dice and adding sentences based on the pictures that were rolled.

Optional homework: Complete the crossword worksheet (and the secret message) and bring it back to show me!

 

14.9.

Class rules: We talked about our class rules: Be Respectful, Listen, Raise your hand, Be Prepared (bring books, pencil cases, and homework), Speak English.

Name game: We played some “get to know you” and team-building games, saying “My name is ____ and I like  ______ (hobby/sport)." Plus, we acted out a motion from that hobby/sport. The class had to remember everyone’s name, hobby/sport, and motion.

Interview Miss Anna: Students asked Miss Anna questions to get to know her. 

Rock, Paper, Scissors (Cheerleader version): The person who lost became a cheerleader for their partner. Our cheerleading teams got bigger until the very end!

Human Knot: Starting as a tangled knot, students had to untangle themselves and get back into a circle using only English. (Example:  Human Knot)

Fun For Flyers: Students got their new Student Books!

Paying attention: We learned two ways Miss Anna will call for attention: The “Attention Clap” (Students must copy the clap rhythm, be quiet, and look at Miss Anna), and the phrase “Hocus Pocus” (students must respond with “Everybody Focus”, be quiet, and look at Miss Anna).

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