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Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 31 August
1. Dutch B @ the ISB

2. Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

3. Task: present a Dutch habit or custom 



HW: Finish your presentation 




Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

Dutch B @ ISB
  • 4 periods in a year -> 4 units in a year 
  • 3 lessons a week: Unitlesson, language skills and grammar
  • Assesment is based on 4 criteria (language skills)
- Listening skill
- Reading skill
- Writing skill
- Speaking skill 
--> Every period 2 criteria will be tested in a summative. Before every summative you will get a formative to get an idea about your level. 

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Unit 1: How to be Dutch?
  • Unit about Dutch culture:
- What is a culture?
- Typical Dutch habits and customs
- Culture and language 

  • 2 summatives
- Criterion B: Reading test
- Criterion D: Writing 

Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Before we start with the unit...
  • Make a new folder in your Google Drive with the name 'Your name - Dutch B - MYP...'
  • Share this folder with me (sjansen@isbreda.com)
  • Make a new folder in your Dutch B folder with the name 'Unit 1 - How to be Dutch) You don't need to share this folder again! 
  • Make sure there are already 3 Google Documents in the folder: 
1. 'Classwork' --> Document for little tasks we do in the lesson 
2. 'Dutch B theory' --> Document with theory you need to remember
3. 'Vocabulary list' --> Document with all the vocabulary you need to study

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Wat is typisch voor Nederland?

Slide 6 - Woordweb

Lesson plan: 31 August
1. Task: present a Dutch habit or custom 
- Prepare your presentation
- Do your presentation for your classmates




Next lesson: Grammar lesson!




Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Task: present one of the Dutch habits or customs
1. Put together a little presentation (use Word/Powerpoint) about a Dutch habit or custom. You can choose which Dutch habit or custom you want to learn more about!
2. Make sure to explain to your classmates what your Dutch habit or custom is about and why you chose it.
3. Phase 1: The presentation can be in English but you have to use 5 - 10 new Dutch words in your presentation.
4. Phase 2 + 3: Write your presentation in Dutch. (Phase 2 may use keywords)

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 7 September
1. Task: present a Dutch habit or custom 
- Present your Dutch habit or custom in small groups

2. Listening and reading exercise: De Efteling!




Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

Task: present one of the Dutch habits or customs
1. Make a little presentation (use Word/Powerpoint) about a Dutch habit or custom. You can choose which Dutch habit or custom you want to learn more about!
2. Make sure you can explain your classmates what your Dutch habit or custom is about and why you chose it.
3. Phase 1: The presentation can be in English but you have to use 5 - 10 new Dutch words in your presentation.
4. Phase 2 + 3: Make your presentation in Dutch. (Phase 2 may use keywords)

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

Listening and reading exercise: De Efteling
1. We are going to watch a 5 minute episode of 'Het jeugdjournaal' about the Efteling.
2. After the video we will answer the questions about the video together. You can write your answers in the 'classwork' document in your drive. 
3. Next task you are to/will read an exercise about the Efteling. You can find the text + questions in the Dutch B folder. Answer the questions that belong to your phase. 
4. Write your answers also in the 'classwork' document. 
5. New students will do a few reading exercises on nt2taalmenu.nl.

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

Listening exercise 'De Efteling' questions
1. How many years does the Efteling exist now? 
2. How much did you need to pay to enter the Efteling at the beginning? 
3. What was the first rollercoaster for the Efteling?
4. What is the most expensive attraction of the Efteling? 
5. How many visitors does Disneyland Paris get every year? 
6. How many 'Gijsen' do they have in the Efteling? 
7. From which attraction is the most famous Efteling song? 

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 9 September
1. Reading exercise: De Efteling!

2. Done? Learndutch.org / Quizlet vocabulary! 



HW: Finish the reading exercise

Next lesson: Grammar 




Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Reading exercise: De Efteling
1. Read an exercise about the Efteling individually. You can find the text + questions in the Dutch B folder. Answer the questions that belong to your phase. 
2. Don't forget to write your answers in the same 'classwork' document as yesterday too.  
3. Add new words to the Quizlet vocabulary list! 
4. New students are to do a few reading exercises on nt2taalmenu.nl.
5. Done with your task? Do a few vocabulary exercises on learndutch.org / practise vocabulary on Quizlet.

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 14 September - MYP3
1. Correction reading exercise: De Efteling!

2. Reading exercise: NT2-taalmenu

3. Quiz: Facts about The Netherlands






Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

The "What-do-you-know-about-The-Netherlands-Quiz"
1. Make groups of 2 students. For this task you can help each other.
2. Read the questions on the worksheet. Look up the words you don't know. Add the new words to the vocabulary list  
3. If you don't know the answer, the internet can help you!
4. Write your answers in the 'classwork' document
5. Done? Highlight the question words + make some new quiz questions about The Netherlands in Dutch 

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 14 September - MYP2
1.  Quiz: Facts about The Netherlands

2. Vocabulary exercises: Verbs + De school 






Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

The "What-do-you-know-about-The-Netherlands-Quiz"
1. Make groups of 2 students. For this task you can help each other.
2. Read the questions on the worksheet. Look up the words you don't know. Add the new words to the vocabulary list  
3. If you don't know the answer, the internet can help you!
4. Write your answers in the 'classwork' document
5. Done? Highlight the question words + make some new quiz questions about The Netherlands in Dutch 

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 15 September - MYP2
1. Quiz about The Netherlands

2. Speaking exercise: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 

3. Writing exercise: De vergrotende trap







Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 16 September - MYP1
1. Quiz about The Netherlands

2. Speaking exercise: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 

3. Writing exercise: De vergrotende trap

Lesson 2: Vocabulary + Grammar 








Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture?
Tell about your country (where you lived before you came to The Netherlands) to another student. Tell them about:
- Het weer
- De mensen
- De natuur
- De stad of dorp waar je woonde
- De school 
Phase 1: English
Phase 2+3: Dutch

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Writing exercise: de vergrotende trap (the comparative) 
Een appel is rond 
--> Een appel is ronder dan een banaan
Een stuk chocolade is lekker
--> Een stuk chocolade is lekkerder dan spruitjes 
Nederlanders zijn lang 
--> Nederlanders zijn langer dan Italianen 
OR
In Nederland regent het even vaak als in Engeland. 

Slide 22 - Tekstslide

Writing exercise: de vergrotende trap (the comparative) 
You are going to write a short text about the differences and similarities between The Netherlands and your country of choice . 

--> Write 15 short sentences. Keep it simple and use the comparative.

--> Write your text in your 'classwork' document. Use the subtitle 'Writing exercise the comparative'

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 21 September - MYP3
1. Speaking exercise: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 

2. Writing exercise: De vergrotende trap



HW: Finish writing exercise









Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture?
Tell about your country (where you lived before you came to The Netherlands) to another student. Tell them about:
- Het weer
- De mensen
- De natuur
- De stad of dorp waar je woonde
- De school 
Phase 1: English
Phase 2+3: Dutch

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Writing exercise: de vergrotende trap (the comparative) 
Een appel is rond 
--> Een appel is ronder dan een banaan
Een stuk chocolade is lekker
--> Een stuk chocolade is lekkerder dan spruitjes 
Nederlanders zijn lang 
--> Nederlanders zijn langer dan Italianen 
OR
In Nederland regent het even vaak als in Engeland. 

Slide 26 - Tekstslide

Writing exercise: de vergrotende trap (the comparative) 
You are going to write a short text about the differences and similarities between The Netherlands and your country of choice . 
Phase 1: Write 15 short sentences. Keep it simple and use the comparative.
Phase 2+3: Write a short text in which you compare The Netherlands and your country of choice. You could use the subjects we used in the speaking exercise. Your text has a length of half an A4. . 
--> Write your text in your 'classwork' document. Use the subtitle 'Writing exercise the comparative'

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 21 September - MYP2
1. Feedback writing exercise: De vergrotende trap

2. Vocabulary: De school
- Continue working on the vocabulary exercises 

3. Done? Practise verbs 'zijn' and 'hebben'
--> Links are on Managebac 









Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 28 - Tekstslide

Zijn (to be)
Ik ben
Jij bent / U bent
Hij is / Zij is / Het is
Wij zijn
Jullie zijn
Zij zijn


Numbers: 1-20 
Hebben (to have)
Ik heb
Jij hebt / u hebt + heeft
Hij heeft / Zij heeft / Het heeft
Wij hebben
Jullie hebben
Zij hebben

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 22 September - MYP3
1. Preparation reading formative
- Reading exercises per phase
- Done? Ask for the answers!

2. Want to practise more?
nt2taalmenu.nl



Next Tuesday: Reading formative









Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 23 September - MYP2
Lesson 1: 
1. Preparation reading formative
- Reading exercises 
- Done? Ask for more (difficult) exercises
2. Want to practise more?
nt2taalmenu.nl

Lesson 2: Vocabulary + grammar 

Next Wednesday: Reading formative









Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 31 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 28 September 
1. Preparation reading formative
- Correction reading exercises 
- nt2taalmenu.nl

2. Speaking exercise: interview




Next lesson: Reading formative









Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 32 - Tekstslide

Speaking exercise: interview
1. You are going to interview another student/teacher/parent about The Netherlands in Dutch with a little group of 2 students. (in Dutch!)
2. You are going to ask them 3 things they like about the Netherlands or Dutch people in general and 3 things they dislike. Ask them why!
3. Choose someone who can answer you in Dutch. 
4. Prepare the interview: Think of introducing yourself, explaining why you will ask the questions and how you will ask the questions.
5. Record the video  and write a short summary (in Dutch) of the interview: questions and answers. 

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 30 September 
1. Reading formative

2. Done? 
- Finish preparation interview 

- Work in the vocabulary booklet
--> finish all the exercises 

Lesson 2: Grammar














Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 34 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 5 October
1. Speaking exercise: interview 
--> Present the outcome of your interview in Dutch(20 min preparation time)

2. Speaking exercise: Travel agency 
(Document is on the Google Drive) 












Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 35 - Tekstslide

Present your interview
Your presentation is in Dutch!
1. Explain who you interviewed and how the interview went. 
2. Summarise the answer: what were the 3 things he/she liked about the Netherlands and the 3 things he/she disliked.
3. Explain why the person you interviewed liked and disliked these Dutch things. 

Slide 36 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 6 October
1. Speaking exercise: Travel agency (15 minutes) 

2. Writing exercise: Tourist brochure 
(= Formal formative)

In the meantime I will give you feedback on your reading formative 

Next week Wednesday: Reading summative












Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 37 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 7 October
1. Speaking exercise: Travel agency (15 minutes) 

2. Feedback: Reading formative

3. Writing exercise: Tourist brochure 
(= Formal formative)


Next week Wednesday: Reading summative












Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 38 - Tekstslide

What should be in a tourist brochure? (content and lay-out)

Slide 39 - Open vraag

Writing exercise: make a tourist brochure for The Netherlands
Imagine you work at a travel agency. They gave you the task to make a tourist brochure about the Netherlands. You need to give tourists information about The Netherlands and ideas for places they can visit. 
  • You are going to make the tourist brochure in Dutch. 
  • You can use a Google Document (or other template) and include pictures. 
  • You can use your laptop to look up words and you can ask help from your classmates.
  • This tourist brochure will be graded as a formal formative. 
  • You will get time in class to finish the brochure. 
Phase 1: 100 words
Phase 2: 150 words
Phase 3: 250 words 

Slide 40 - Tekstslide

Things to Include in a Travel Flyer

• Brief summary of the setting, with highlights of important places
• Location, including a map
• Geography
• Major cities, Well-known places
• Historic Sites and Landmarks
• Recreation and Outdoor Activities—parks, sports, water
• Entertainment
• Climate and overall weather conditions

Slide 41 - Tekstslide

Things to Include in a Travel Flyer

• Arts and Culture, including museums, theaters, places to visit
• Languages and Local Dialect
• Food that the area is known for
• Pictures/Graphics

Slide 42 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 13 October
1. Finish travel brochure 

Done?  
- Listening exercise Dutch tourists
- Leestrainer
--> Dutch B student documents folder
--> Unit 1 How to be Dutch? 

















Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: How is the Dutch culture different from your own culture? 
  

Slide 43 - Tekstslide

Lesson plan: 9 October 
1. Correction of the sentence structure exercise per phase

2. Preparation for the summative:
- Watch the video about tourism in The Netherlands and summarize what you see
- Watch the video about Dutch food + make the first 2 quizzes 
- Study for your summative/ grammar exercises 
Unit 1: How to be Dutch?

Inquiry question: What is The Netherlands famous for?  

Slide 44 - Tekstslide

Preparation for the writing summative
- Watch the video about tourism in The Netherlands and summarize what you see
https://schooltv.nl/video/wat-doen-toeristen-in-nederland-molens-kijken-en-haring-eten/#q=nederland%20toeristen

- Watch the video about Dutch food + make the first 2 quizzes 
https://www.learndutch.org/lessons/dutch-food/

- Grammar exercises: Study the MYP verbs (Phase 2 + 3) 

Slide 45 - Tekstslide