Thursday, August 12, 2010

Lesson 1. Greetings and Introductions. Part A

1st lesson, Greetings and joining the village.

Artstonia.. Greetings and Introductions. Part A.

To practice common English greetings and introductions including "Greetings", “How are you?” and “Where are you from?” 

Role playing greetings and introductions both in voice or in chat. Visiting the village and interacting with boards, getting a meter and the trade hud. Reading note cards.

Note cards, public chat area and private chat. Boards and Boxes. Media on a prim board

Artstonia Village - Roleplay Medieval Sim
Romeo and Juliet Castle

Description of the class:
Students are greeted in the Romeo and Juliet Castle where classes are conducted in a more traditional way. Chat voice and Viewer 2 are used. Using a media  on a prim board. Teacher displays the blog: Learning English in a Medieval World  with the class contents and program. Go over vocabulary and a tour of what they are about to do in their first visit to the village.

SL Skills
Talk button, toggle on and off, walking, sitting down, getting note cards, opening boxes and getting contents. Using a teleport.

Plan versus reality
Once the class take place..I'll come back here..smiles

Material used for the class: 
Powerpoint, blog, wiki, sl viewer 2, microphone.

A. Greetings and Introductions
In this lesson we are going to practice:

1.  Basic Introductions:  
Good morning, Good afternoon, Good evening.

2. Saying your name:  
A: What's your name?  
B: My name's John

3. Saying your first name and last name:  
A: Hi, my first name is Carlos Gonzalez. What's your name?  
B: Hi, Carlos. I'm Lucy Morales.

4. The Alphabet: spelling your name
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, P, O, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z 

5. Meeting people and spelling names
A: This is my friend Carlos Perez
B: Hi, Carlos. Nice to meet you. My name's Jose.
C: Hello. Jose. Nice to meet you, too
B: How do you spell your name?
C: C-A-R-L-O-S

6. The numbers 0-20
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine,  ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty.

7. Counting
A: How many benches are there in the town square?
B: There are 4 benches
A: How many wells are there in the town square?
B: There is one well.

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