Self-Introductions

Sixth Grade Introductions

INTRODUCTION:

Spend one class completing a handout about the information students will include in their introduction.  Use grammar points they have learned the year before.  An example is:

  1. Hello, my name is (             ). 
  2. I like (     ). 
  3. I want to go to (       ). 
  4. I want to be a (        ). 
  5. Nice to meet you.

ACTIVITY:

The First Class

Greetings Freeze Tag

INTRODUCTION:

Teach the initial introduction phrases. then move on to the activity.

ACTIVITY:

  1. Demonstrate the activity with four students.
  2. Two students will be ‘IT’. They must tag the other students. If a student is tagged, they must freeze on the spot.
  3. A student may un-freeze if they are greeted by a free student.

A. Hello, my name is ~.

B. Hello, my name is ~. Nice to meet you.

*SHAKE HANDS*

A. Nice to meet you too.

5th and 6th Grade Self Intro Lesson

Write an easy self introduction, it should be between three and five minutes. This time includes repetition of key words and important points.

Start your first lesson by telling the students that you will be doing a self introduction. Tell them that when you are done, they will put their hands up and announce what they understood. Ask the HRT to translate your instructions.

My Original Country!

A lesson devised to build upon the suggesting finished activity for Eigo Noto 2‘s “I want to go to Italy.” topic, in which students learn to express desires, and reasons for having them.

Rather than choosing an existing country to visit—as suggested by the textbook—students work in groups to imagine a new country, name it, design its flag and map, and reasons for visiting their country in the process.