Te Kura Te Reo

Activity 3 - Using the words I have already learnt in this course

Watch Unit 10 Scenes 2 and 3 where the girls practise dance moves and talk about the dance.

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Watch this scene as well.

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Watch Unit 10 Scenes 2 and 3 where the girls practise dance moves and talk about the dance.

Click here to listen

Watch this scene as well.

Click here to listen

 

Below are four scenarios.

They all cover scripts from the units and vocabulary you have met before. Choose one and make up a scenario of your own. You can refer to the transcripts from other scenes in the course if you need to. Choose two or three people for your scenario so you can use the questions and answers you have learned.

 

Write the scenario in your Wehi.

Breakfast time

  • Set up a scene with people arriving for breakfast. Use as many words as you can to include greetings introductions and eating.

At the shop

  • Use statements and questions about the colours and clothes you like at the shop. e.g., I like the..., How much is the... ?

In the classroom/workroom

  • Use instructions from a teacher to a class (or supervisor to students), and ask about where the items are, e.g., Where is your book?

On the telephone

  • Make up a telephone conversation between a group of friends. Use words you know for numbers, greetings and questions, e.g., Is this
 

Tasks

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Below are four scenarios.

They all cover scripts from the units and vocabulary you have met before. Choose one and make up a scenario of your own. You can refer to the transcripts from other scenes in the course if you need to. Choose two or three people for your scenario so you can use the questions and answers you have learned.


Show/Hide

Write the scenario in your Wehi.

Breakfast time

  • Set up a scene with people arriving for breakfast. Use as many words as you can to include greetings introductions and eating.

At the shop

  • Use statements and questions about the colours and clothes you like at the shop. e.g., I like the..., How much is the... ?

In the classroom/workroom

  • Use instructions from a teacher to a class (or supervisor to students), and ask about where the items are, e.g., Where is your book?

On the telephone

  • Make up a telephone conversation between a group of friends. Use words you know for numbers, greetings and questions, e.g., Is this