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Unit 2: What's news? 

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

What's news?

Slide 2 - Woordweb

Lesson plan: 21 October
1. Getting started with the unit:
- Formatives and summatives
- Google drive
- Quizlet 

2. Dutch news: Describing images 

3. Task: Present a news item 


Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: What is 'news'? 

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Getting started with the unit...
--> Until the Winter Holiday
--> 2 formatives + 2 summatives: Criterion A (Listening) and criterion D (Speaking) 
--> Google drive: make a new folder: Unit 2 - What's news? 
--> Quizlet: Join the classroom and add your new words to the list 
--> Once a week: The Big Newsquiz 

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

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The Dutch news
1. What do you see on the image?
- Ik zie ...
- Kleuren: groen, blauw, grijs, oranje, bruin,... 
2. What is this news about?
- Dit nieuws gaat over... 
3. Why is this news item important?
- Dit nieuws is belangrijk omdat... 

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 24 October
1. Speaking exercise: Let's talk about the news (small groups)

2. Reading exercise: newsarticle 

3. HW: Watch 'het jeugdjournaal'


Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: What is 'news'? 

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Task: Present a news item (15 min)
You are going to read and summarise a news article from a Dutch newspaper. Make sure you can tell something about it. 
Phase 1: Read in Dutch and summarise in English 
--> jeugdjournaal.nl
Phase 2: Read in Dutch and summarise in Dutch
 --> jeugdjournaal.nl
Phase 3/3+: Read in Dutch and summarise in Dutch --> ad.nl 

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Reading exercise: news article
1. Read the news article about Eliud Kipchoge. 
2. Highlight the words you do not know and look them up.
3. Add the words to the shared Quizlet list
4. Summarise the article (be comprehensive!) in your own words.
- Phase 1/2: In English
- Phase 3/3+: In Dutch
5. Done? Watch 'het jeugdjournaal' (link is on Manageback - HW)

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Past tense 
2 options:
- Regelmatige werkwoorden (regular verbs): Regel

- Onregelmatige werkwoorden (irregular verbs): Learn them
--> Look at the list in your verbs document
--> Search the translation for the verbs
--> Learn 10 verbs a week
--> The more verbs you know, the easier it is to make Dutch sentences!

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

Verleden tijd (Past tense)

Regular verbs: rule
--> Singular: ik-vorm + te/de
--> Plural: ik-vorm + ten/den

Te(n) of de(n)?: 'T-eXKoFSCHiP
How? whole verb - en 
- Last letter in kofschip? --> -te(n)
- Last letter not in kofschip? --> de(n)
Examples

Hij maakte

Wij fietsten

Hij antwoordde

Wij gooiden

Hij verfde

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Voltooide tijd (Perfect tense)
Important: You always need an auxilary verb when making the perfect tense!
--> 'Hebben' or 'zijn'

Examples:
Ik heb gefietst
Ik heb beantwoord
Ik heb gegooid 
Ik heb gegeten

2 options:
- Irregular verbs (know by heart)
- Regular verbs: Rule 

Rule:
Ge/ver/be/her + ik - vorm + t/d 

t/d? --> ‘T-eXKoFSCHiP
How? Whole letter - en 
- Last letter in kofschip? -->  -t
- Last letter not in kofschip? --> -d

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 28 October
1. Reading exercise: newsarticle 

2. Listening exercise: nt2taalmenu

3. HW: Bring a Dutch newspaper (if you have one) to the lesson


Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: What is 'news'? 

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Reading exercise: news article
1. Read the news article about Eliud Kipchoge. 
2. Highlight the words you do not know and look them up.
3. Add the words to the shared Quizlet list
4. Summarise the article in your own words.
- Phase 1/2: In English
- Phase 3/3+: In Dutch
5. Phase 2/3: Give your personal opinion about the article in Dutch

Done? Listening exercise 

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Listening exercise
Go to the website: nt2taalmenu.nl
  • Phase 1: Click on A1 - beginners - luisteren. 
--> Oefentoets 1
  • Phase 2: Click on A1 - beginners - luisteren
--> Oefentoets 2 + 3
  • Phase 3/3+: Click on A2 - inburgeringsexamen - luisteren
--> Oefentoets 1 en verder... 

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 31 October
1. Reading: Newsarticle 

2. Listening exercise: 
https://www.learndutch.org/dutch-listening-exercises/
--> Make the first two exercises!

HW: Watch the childsnews




Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: What is 'news'? 

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 4 November
1. Speaking exercise: The Dutch news

2. The Dutch newspaper:
- Texttypes
- Topics
- 5W + H Questions

HW: Finish reading your article





Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

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The Dutch news
1. What do you see on the image?
- Op de foto zie ik...
- Kleuren: groen, blauw, grijs, oranje, bruin,... 
2. What is this news about?
- Dit nieuws gaat over... 
3. Why is this news item important?
- Dit nieuws is belangrijk omdat... 

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

The Dutch Newspaper
1. You will work in groups of 3 or 4. The higher phases have to help the lower phases!
2. Browse through your newspaper and pay attention to the different texttypes. 
3. Write down atleast 3 different text types and 5 topics you come across in your newspaper. Look up the translation and write it down in Dutch. Add new words to the Quizletlist! 
4. Done? Pick an article you think is interesting and cut it out. (Phase 1: You will get an article from me)

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

Which text types did you find?

Slide 21 - Woordweb

Which topics did you find?

Slide 22 - Woordweb

Lesson plan: 11 November
1. The Dutch newspaper:
- Texttypes
- Topics
- 5W + H Questions

2. Task: Present a news item

HW: Prepare your presentation





Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

Newsarticle: 5W + H
In most newsarticles you can find an answer on the following questions: 
- Wie?                                             - Wanneer?
- Wat?                                            - Waarom?
- Waar?                                          - Hoe?
Find an answer on these questions in your newsarticle. Pay attention to the structure of your article. Where did you find the answers to these questions? 

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

Present a news item 
1. In your group you are going to think of an own news item. You may use your imagination. It does not have to be something that actually happened!
2. As a group you are going to present it to the rest of your class. It should look like a news report. You can include an interview, opinion of a professional,... 
3. Make sure that you answer the 5W+H questions 
4. Everyone in your group should say something in Dutch. 
5. You are going to present next lesson. 

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 13 November
1. Task: Present a news item

2. Listening exercises
https://www.learndutch.org/dutch-listening-exercises/
--> Make exercise 3 and 4
Phase 3: http://nl.ver-taal.com/reportages.htm

HW: Study the quizlet list






Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 26 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 18 November
1. The weekly newsquiz 

2. Speaking exercise: Dilemma 
- Phase 1: Find the meaning of the dilemma, you can talk in English
- Phase 2 + 3: Talk in Dutch 

3. Writing exercise: Write your own news article 
--> Assessed as a formative









Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

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Lesson plan: 21 November
1. Writing exercise: Write your own news article 
--> Assessed as a formative

HW: 
- Friday: Watch 'het jeugdjournaal'

- Monday: Finish your news article (in Google Drive)













Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 31 - Tekstslide

Writing exercise: Write your own news article (formative)
For this formative you will write a news article. You think of an own subject, but make sure it is realistic. Before you start writing your article, take a few steps:
1. Answer the 5W+H questions about your subject
2. Choose an article on www.jeugdjournaal.nl and use this article as an example for the structure (don't use this article as a subject!)
3. Think of a suitable title and picture for your article
4. Wordcount: Phase 1: 150 / Phase 2: 200 / Phase 3: 300 (minimum)
5. You will get time in class to work on this article

Slide 32 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 25 November
1. Test review per phase: Listening summative

2. Individual work: Your choice
- Work on your writing formative 
- Listening exercise: https://www.learndutch.org/dutch-listening-exercises/

- Quizlet vocabulary















Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 28 November
1. Speaking exercise: Going to a shop 
- Read the dialogue
- Fill in the table
- Make your own dialogue

--> Add the new words to the Quizlet list!

Next week Thursday: Listening summative















Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 34 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 2 December
1. Reading exercise: folk tale 
- Read the story
- Look up the words you don't know
--> Add them to Quizlet!
- Answer the questions

2. Done? Study the words on Quizlet


Next lesson: Listening summative















Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 35 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 12 December
1. Preparation time for the presentation (Summative) 

2. Done? https://www.learndutch.org/lessons/celebration-dutch-holidays/
- Watch the video
- Make the first 2 quizzes

3. Gimkit: Vocabulary















Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 36 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 10th January 
1. Speaking exercise: Debate
- Groups of 4 students (Mixed phases)
- Statement: Fireworks should be forbidden in The Netherlands
- Divide the tasks: Research + arguments
- Prepare the debate for next lesson

2. Next Monday: Unit 3















Unit 2: What's news? 

Inquiry question: How do we identify a news story? 

Slide 37 - Tekstslide

Debate: Fireworks 
Structure of the debate: 
1. Group 1 (Affirmative) opens with their position in the statement + sums up the most important arguments (1 student)
2. Other students of group 1 elaborate on the arguments + give examples 
3. Group 2 (Negative) is next
4. Time to react on each others arguments (improvise!) 
5. Round up: Every group gets one more minute to conclude. Summarize your most important argument and tell why your group is correct (1 student)

Slide 38 - Tekstslide

Debate: Fireworks 
Divide the tasks + research 
- Choose 1 student to open the debate and 1 student to conclude. The other students will elaborate on the arguments --> divide the arguments 
- Research the news: what has been said about the fireworks, search for examples 
- Write down your arguments in simple Dutch! Only use google translate for words. The other group should be able to understand your arguments
- Practise! 

Slide 39 - Tekstslide

Vuurwerk moet verboden worden in Nederland (Affirmative - Group 1)
Vuurwerk moet niet verboden worden in Nederland (Negative - 2)

Slide 40 - Tekstslide