Talking about who is in your family

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Talking about who is in your family

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  1. Talking about who is in your family

    Slide 1 - Talking about who is in your family

    • Flipped classroom support for JBlog textbook 1 page 31 & 34
  2. Pronunciation practice

    Slide 2 - Pronunciation practice

    • Let’s listen to how the pronunciation sounds for each of the ages in the table below. This table appears on page 31 of Jblog textbook.
    • Make sure you take note of the mnemonic devices listed to help you remember the words for each family member.
  3. Kanji focus 母 父

    Slide 3 - Kanji focus 母 父

    • The stroke order for this kanji appears at the bottom of page 111 in your JBlog textbook 1.
    •  母 父
  4. Who is in your family?

    Slide 4 - Who is in your family?

    • Sometimes after asking someone, “How many people in your family?”, you may want to find out who the members are. We do this by asking the following question :
  5. Listening drill 1green levelchallenge

    Slide 7 - Listening drill 1green levelchallenge

    • Let’s see if we can put this new learning into a real context. Listen to the Japanese native speakers, and write down the members of each family including the number of each (eg 2 older brothers) & if they are step relatives.
    • Pause the sound file if you need to.
    • The answers will appear on the next slide.
    • This is a green challenge.
  6. Listening drill 1 green level answers

    Slide 8 - Listening drill 1 green level answers

    • Text a) dad, mum, 2 younger sisters, younger brother & me.
    • Text b) step-mother, dad, step sister, 3 older brothers & me.
    • Text c) dad, grandma, 6 older sisters, & me.
  7. Listening drill 1blue levelchallenge

    Slide 9 - Listening drill 1blue levelchallenge

    • Now challenge yourself to write a sentence describing how many people are in each family.
    • Refer to page 32 for help with people counters if you have not studied this yet or you have forgotten.
    • The answers will appear on the next slide. This is a blue run challenge.
    • Text a) dad, mum, 2 younger sisters, younger brother & me.
    • Text b) step-mother, dad, step sister, 3 older brothers & me.
    • Text c) dad, grandma, 6 older sisters, & me.
  8. Listening drill 1blue levelchallenge answers

    Slide 10 - Listening drill 1blue levelchallenge answers

    • Text a) dad, mum, 2 younger sisters, younger brother & me.
    • かぞくは六人です。
    • Text b) step-mother, dad, step sister, 3 older brothers & me.
    • かぞくは七人です。
    • Text c) dad, grandma, 6 older sisters, & me.
    • かぞくは九人です。
  9. Listening drill 2

    Slide 11 - Listening drill 2

    • Let’s see if we can put this new learning into a real context. Listen to the Japanese native speakers, and write down the members of each family including the number of each (eg 2 older brothers) & if they are step relatives.
    • Pause the sound file if you need to.
    • The answers will appear on the next slide.
    • This is a green challenge.
  10. Listening drill 2 green level answers

    Slide 12 - Listening drill 2 green level answers

    • Text a) My parents, 4 younger sisters, grandpa & me.
    • Text b) Step dad, mum, 2 step younger brothers, grandma & me.
    • Text c) My parents, 4 older sisters, 5 older brothers, grandma, grandpa & me.
  11. Listening drill 2blue levelchallenge

    Slide 13 - Listening drill 2blue levelchallenge

    • Now challenge yourself to write a sentence describing how many people are in each family.
    • Refer to page 32 for help with people counters if you have not studied this yet or you have forgotten.
    • The answers will appear on the next slide. This is a blue run challenge.
    • Text a) My parents, 4 younger sisters, grandpa & me.
    • Text b) Step dad, mum, 2 step younger brothers, grandma & me.
    • Text c) My parents, 4 older sisters, 5 older brothers, grandma, grandpa & me.
  12. Listening drill 2blue levelchallenge answers

    Slide 14 - Listening drill 2blue levelchallenge answers

    • Text a) My parents, 4 younger sisters, grandpa & me.
    • かぞくは八人です。
    • Text b) Step dad, mum, 2 step younger brothers, grandma & me.
    • かぞくは六人です。
    • Text c) My parents, 4 older sisters, 5 older brothers, grandma, grandpa & me.
    • かぞくは十四人です。
  13. Intercultural learning

    Slide 15 - Intercultural learning

    • Watch the video clip about a member of the most famous family in Japan – the emperor’s family.
    • What do you notice about the difference between the Japanese & British royals?