Watashi No Kazoku Essay Checker

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  • Japanese Teaching Topic - FAMILY


    Teaching ideas, art and craft, flashcards, games, lesson plans, songs, videos, useful websites, worksheets on the Japanese teaching topic FAMILY, kazoku, かぞく.

    Assignments and projects

    Board games

    Booklets

    Flashcards


    Games  and activities in class

    Find my family
    Give each Ss in the class a card with a family member on it.  (Have 2 or 3 families mixed up.)  Ss mingle to find their family.  They use Japanese questions to do this ie. Onamae wa nan desu ka? おなまえはなんですか。Myouji wa nan desu ka? みょうじはなんですか。  Once they have found all their family members they then figure out what each person's role is in the family.  Ie Dad, Mum, older brother etc.  Then, they introduce their family to the rest of the class.  EXTRA:  Add more things such as ages, occupations, hobbies, colours of eyes/hair etc. to make the introductions lengthier.


    Games on line

    Interactive Whiteboard Activities


    Lesson plans


    PowerPoints


    Skits and Plays

    Tests

    Videos


    Websites


    Worksheets

    Fabulous, famous, crazy wierd Kazoku
    Students find pictures of people (ie from magzines, Internet etc) to represent their crazy family, and create an introduction poster about them in Japanese.
    Donated by F McNair
    Family sugoroku
    Board game practising family vocabulary, basic introductions and dates.
    Created by D Sawai
    Family and furry friends
    Various exercises and activities in romaji and hiragana relating to family and animals (8 pages). Includes teacher completion checklist.
    Donated by S Marshman
    Kazoku
    Booklet with various exercises related to family (in hiragana) including family members in Japanese, numbers of people, describing family members, kanji for family/people, mother. (5 pages).
    Donated by S Devonshire
    Counting people flashcards
    Practice describing how many people there are in your family using these flashcards.
    people_counting_flashcards.docx
    File Size: 424 kb
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    Family member flashcards
    8 flashcards of pictures of family members.
    Donated by Y Shibata
    family_member_flashcards.docx
    File Size: 184 kb
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    Family board game
    Practice family words using this board game.  How to play: Roll the dice. Move number of spaces shown on the dice. If you land on a square with a picture you must say the word in Japanese. If you land on a square with a Japanese word you must say the word in English. You must say the correct word the first time in order to stay where you land. If you get it wrong, you must go back to your original spot.
    Donated by A Nitschk 

    Family match up game
    Cut and laminate cards.  Divide class into small groups.  Give each group a set of  'Your family' cards.  Ss match the picture with a Japanese word.  The group to do it the fastest wins.  EXTRA: Get the Ss to read each of the 'Your family members' out and then get bonus points for any of the 'My family member' equivalents they can say.
    Donated by D Desiatnik
    family_match_up_cards
    File Size: 457 kb
    File Type: docx
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    Family speed date
    Organise the students into a "speed dating" situation by putting students into two rows facing each other. Give one row of students the reading sheets and the other row of students the check list.  Students read out their descriptions of their allocated family and the other student listens and ticks off the family members they hear.  Once students have read their descriptions them move one seat down the line and read their description to the next person.  Continue until everyone has had a chance to complete their checklist.  At the end of the class the teacher asks students in the check list line to describe the families.
    Donated by R Li
    speed_date_reading.docx
    File Size: 14 kb
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    River test- Family vocabulary
    This activity encourages students to use/learn family member names as they try to solve a strategy problem.  Good to get students to play for a while in the first class (15-20mins) and then challenge them to come up with a solution for next class (or even subsequent classes). Possible solution included. Use the cut out pictures and background picture of a river and riverbanks provided or play electronically using the online or app versions of the game. (eg. The River Test by Cramzy)
    Donated by J Kooi
    river_test_family.docx
    File Size: 1488 kb
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    Label the family 
    Click and drag the correct family member vocabulary to the family picture.
    Donated by A. Yamaura
    family_label_iwb.ppt
    File Size: 1179 kb
    File Type: ppt
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    Reading about families reconstruction
    Together with the Tt reconstruct the text about the family.
    Donated by A Yamaura
    family_reading_reconstruct_iwb.ppt
    File Size: 683 kb
    File Type: ppt
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    Describing family members
    and joining adjectives
    http://www.jpf.org.uk/language/exercises/list.php
    Listening, reading, writing and speaking activities, as well as grammar worksheets and ICTs on families and adjectives.
    Go to M4 My family 3 (Kyoudai)

    Describing my family and pets
    PowerPoint introducing basic sentence pattern of THING wa ADJ desu.
    Created by I Foley
    Resource created through funding by 
    Brisbane School of Distance Education.   
    describing_my_pets_family
    File Size: 1000 kb
    File Type: ppt
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    Describing the families practise
    After learning families vocabulary use this PowerPoint for student to practise talking about the various families.
    Donated by A Collett
    describing_families_practise.pptx
    File Size: 558 kb
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    Family Extended PowerPoint
    PowerPoint introducing family members including some extended family members such as grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles.
    Donated by C Dixon
    family_members_ppt.ppt
    File Size: 1193 kb
    File Type: ppt
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    Family members and counting people 1
    PowerPoint introducing family members vocabulary and counting people vocabulary.
    Donated by P Okubo

    Family members and counting people 2
    Family members vocabulary including mnemonics to remember them.  Counting people and talking about how many people are in your family.  Includes practise activities. Based on Obento Deluxe textbook Unit 4.
    Created by I Foley.
    Family members and numbers
    Family member vocabulary as well as how many people there are in the family.  Includes practise exercises.
    Donated by T Arai
    family_members_numbers
    File Size: 466 kb
    File Type: pptx
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    Family Simpsons PowerPoint
    PowerPoint introducing family members using the Simpsons.
    Donated by M Sherpa
    Introducing others - Goshookaishimasu
    PowerPoint introducing basic words and phrases for introducing other people such as friends and family.
    Created by I Foley
    introducing_others.pptx
    File Size: 922 kb
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    Introducing my family
    Family member vocabulary and key sentences to introduce your family including how many family members, which family members, and their names.
    Donated by M Lee.
    introducing my family
    File Size: 309 kb
    File Type: pptx
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    My family and yours 
    PowerPoint introducing vocabulary and expressions when talking about my family and your family in Japanese.
    Donated by J McKenzie
    Ookina kabu digital story
    PowerPoint/digital book of the story ookina kabu.  Very simplified text related to family member names.  Ss read the digital book and then complete a worksheet assessing their understanding of the text. 
    Donated by K Vimpani pictures by S Ueda.
    For other digital books by this author see: 
    http://snack.to/fz9sdq0i
    ookiinakabu_comprehension
    File Size: 87 kb
    File Type: pub
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    Reading and Writing - Family
    Powerpoint has various activities to consolidate students' knowledge of family member vocabulary and the grammar pattern - ga imasu. It quizzes students on family kanji and has writing practise activities.  Based on Obento Deluxe textbook.
    Donated by S Ellison
    family writing_reading
    File Size: 812 kb
    File Type: ppt
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    Sazaesan - family vocabulary 
    Family members vocabulary introduced through the Sazesan family including mnemonics to remember them. 
    Donated by Y Ito
    family_vocab_sazaesan.pptx
    File Size: 1465 kb
    File Type: pptx
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    HSC reading test
    Japanese beginners (year 11) HSC reading test including an sports advert, a letter about a holiday to Tokyo, 2 letters describing someone's host family and 2 personal profiles. (7 pages)
    Donated by E Dib.
    Happy family plan booklet
    Ss watch the movie Happy family plan and complete the various activities related to the movie including discussing cultural aspects of the movie, character analysis, application form writing, writing a paragraph introducing one of the families in the movie, creating a facebook profile page for one of the characters.
    http://www.happyfamilyplan.com/
    Donated by: S Fuller
    happy_family_plan_booklet.pdf
    File Size: 754 kb
    File Type: pdf
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    My neighbours the Yamadas
    Ss watch the movie 'My neighbours the Yamadas' and then complete questions about families, compare Japanese and Australian families, analyse the typical family and modern lifestyle, and create a concept map of all their ideas.
    Donated by: K Smith
    my_neighbours yamadas
    File Size: 25 kb
    File Type: docx
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    Describing family roleplay
    Ss complete a gap fill after watching the DVD Happy family Plan and translate the conversation about describing family members into English. Then Ss create their own roleplay and perform it.
    Donated by T Dykstra
    Describe the families
    Worksheet where students describe the famous cartoon families including how many people are in the family, who they are,  pet(s) and their ages.
    Donated by M Kajimoto
    Family label and colouring in
    Label the family members in Japanese then colour in each family member.
    family-nurie_label.doc
    File Size: 173 kb
    File Type: doc
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    Family match up and colouring in
    Match the family member names with the appropriate picture and then colour in each family member. (Two different worksheets available.)
    Family pictures
    Ss describe the families in the pictures such as how many people there are and what family members. Ie. 3nin kazoku desu. Okaasan to Otoosan to Musumesan desu. 3人かぞくです。おかあさんと おとおさんと むすめさんです。
    family_pictures.docx
    File Size: 2432 kb
    File Type: docx
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    Family tree 1
    Ss complete sentences with family vocabulary according to the family tree pictured.
    Donated by: N Bynum
    family_tree_wksht.pdf
    File Size: 1969 kb
    File Type: pdf
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    Family tree 2
    Students create their own family tree by drawing pictures or gluing photos in the boxes to represent each member of their family from their grandparents to themselves. They then label each picture with the Japanese word by cutting out the words and gluing them underneath the corresponding box.

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