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Protokoll einer Englischstunde:

Klasse: 5c
Zeit: 10.35 - 11.05
Thema: Vertiefung "Sheila's Cold"
 
 
 

Zeit
Nr.
Lehreräußerungen Schüleräußerungen
0
1
Sit down, please. Sit down. Okay Frank. Come on Mary!  
 
2
Good morning 5c. Good morning, Mr. N.
 
3
Shut your books, Frank turn around.  
1
4
Today is Friday. Friday.  
 
5
When I come home I have to go shopping. I must go 
shopping for the weekend
 
 
6
Oh, it's boring. I don't like shopping.  
 
7
I don't like going to the supermarket.  
 
8
I must buy some pampers.  
 
9
You know pampers?   
 
10
For my baby. Okay. Okay.  
 
11
I must buy some glasses with food for my baby.  
 
12
I must buy some milk for me.  
 
13
And I must buy some other things.  
 
14
Well, what can you buy? I can buy I can buy some biscuits
2
15
Yes, for example. Anything else? A book.
 
16
Yes, you want to read at the weekend. Grapefruit.
 
17
Oh, it's a little bit sour, I'd say. Sour .Yes? Guinea pig food.
 
19
Guinea pig food? Oh you've got a Guinea pig? Yes, I have. Ja. ich auch.
 
20
Yes, you too. Okay. Do you like....  
 
21
Do you like shopping? Really? No, I don't like shopping.
 
22
Why not? That's the question.  
 
23
Some people like going shopping, some don't.  
 
24
I like going shopping when I know I can buy something 
I want to have.
 
3
25
For example: I want to buy a book, then I like going 
shopping.
 
 
26
Or I want to have some sweets, chocolate, sweets - I like 
going shopping.
 
 
27
But sometimes I don't like going shopping.  
 
28
Well, why do you not like going shopping?  
 
29
Why not? Because..  
 
30
Why not? Because.. Because..  
 
31
Why not? It's hot.
 
32
Yes, for example, because it's hot outside.  
 
33
Anything else why you don't like going shopping? 
I don't like it. It's awful going shopping. I don't like
going shopping. I don't like shopping.
 
 
34
I think I ..  
 
35
Mum cries: Come here, Billy, come here.  
4
36
Go shopping!  
 
38
Oh, no. I'm.. football.
 
39
I'm.. playing football.
 
40
Yes. Or I'm playing with my friends.  
 
41
Or: I've got a nice book, this one. Geoff, do you know 
this little book here?
Yes.
 
42
Geoff's reading a book.  
 
43
Today, it's Friday 15th.  
 
44
Geoff, come here. Go shopping, please.  
 
45
And Geoff says: Oh, no.  
 
46
Why not?  
 
47
I'm...I'm, I'm reading - I'm reading
 
48
what's the name of this? Book. A book.
5
49
"IT". I'm reading "IT". I'm reading "IT"
 
50
Right. Anything else why you don't like going shopping? 
Yes, come on.
I'm doing homework.
 
51
Yes. I'm doing my homework. And... I'm ..
 
52
I'm... I'm listen to - I'm li-
 
53
I'm listening to... I'm listening to the cassette recorder
 
54
Yes, so we have got a lot of reasons  
 
55
Let's say them once again. Because..   
 
56
because... Billy! Football.
 
57
Not "football". Not one word.  
 
58
Because I'm.. I'm playing football.
6
59
Once again, Billy. playing football.
 
60
Once again. I'm playing football.
 
61
Next Geoff.  
 
62
I don't like going shopping because I'm reading a book.
 
63
because... Geoff. I'm reading a book.
 
64
"IT". "IT""IT". In English it's 'IT'. I'm reading - "IT".
 
65
Yes, or look. This one. Because.. I'm reading a book.
 
66
I'm ... because I'm... Mary! I'm listen
 
67
-ing. Because I'm listening to.. I'm listening to the cassette recorder.
 
68
Yes, to the music.  
7
69
Yes, or think of this here. Yes?  
 
70
What are you doing? Because.. I'm looking TV.
 
71
Not "looking". I'm ... I'm ...  
 
72
watching TV.  I'm watching TV.
 
73
Yes, once again, Mary. I'm watching TV.
 
74
Ann! I'm watching TV.
 
75
Okay. Now let's have a look at Alan and his sister and their mother.  
 
76
What happened on a Friday afternoon?  
 
77
Let's have a look at this.  
 
78
What's in this picture here?  
 
79
What's this? What's this?  
8
80
Well, what's this, Ann? A rucksack.
 
81
A rucksack. A rucksack.
 
82
It's on my chair.  
 
83
Whose rucksack is this on my chair?  
 
84
All together! Whose rucksack is this on my chair?
 
85
Once again. Whose rucksack is this on my chair? Whose rucksack is this on my chair?
 
86
Well, whose rucksack is it? My rucksack is it.
 
87
My rucksack. My rucksack is it.
 
88
No, the other way round. It's my rucksack. It's my rucksack.
9
89
Yes, Alan says, "It's my rucksack."  
 
90
And Mum says: Well, Mum: Whose dirty rucksack is this on my chair. My rucksack isn't dirty.
 
91
Okay, you know, look here. My shoes. They 're clean. They are not dirty.  
 
92
Whose dirty rucksack is this on my chair?  
 
93
Well, whose is it? Alan's? Alan's rucksack isn't dirty.
 
94
And Alan says: It's not... it's my rucksack., but it's not dirty.  
 
95
Next? Oh can't you go to the gro...?
 
96
grocer's first grocer's first
10
97
Grocer's first? Perhaps. Why first? ...going to a picnic.
 
98
Yes, Alan doesn't like going shopping.  
 
99
He has got a rucksack.  
 
100
And? I'm going to a picnic.
 
101
Yes, and now: Can't you go shopping first?  I need a lot of things for the weekend.
 
102
What? what's Alan saying?  
 
103
Oh, yes, Mum. I'm very happy I like going shopping. I haven't got a lot of time.
 
104
And? I haven't got a lot ..
 
105
  I haven't got a lot of time
 
106
  I haven't got a lot of time
11
107
And David? I haven't got a lot of time
 
108
Well. Well, I must have a large loaf of bread.
 
110
Well, he says: I haven't got a lot of time. I'm going on a picnic with Phil and Angela.  
 
111
And Mum? I need a large loaf of bread? No.
 
112
Isn't there anything else? Sheila.  
 
113
She doesn't say anything else before? You must go shopping.
 
114
Yes? You must go shopping.
 
115
Oh, no, Mum. I haven't got any time.  
 
116
Mum says: Well we need a large loaf of bread.  
12
117
And we need a Sheila, Ann! Sheila never helps... with the shopping
 
118
with the shopping with the shopping. Why can't Sheila go? Sheila has got a bad cold
 
119
You see, Mary, what has she got in her face? Sheila has got a bad cold.
 
120
Has, and what has she got in her hand? Right under her nose? a handkerchief.
 
121
Yes, okay. Well, so Sheila can't go. Now, here's the shopping list.
 
122
Yes, say it once more, loud. I haven't... (unverständlich)
 
123
  Here is my shopping list.
 
124
Right. And it's a very nice shopping list. Can you read the shopping list?  
 
125
Can you read the shopping list? No.
 
126
No, I No, I can read
 
127
I can't. No, I can't. Once again, Norman?  
 
128
No I can't. No I can't
 
129
Good. what about Alan? No, I can't. I can't read it.
13
130
He, too, can't read it. Five pounds of potatoes.
 
131
You think? You can read "five pounds of potatoes"? - Really!  
 
132
Five pounds of potatoes. Five pounds of potatoes.
 
133
Yes. And a large loaf of bread.
 
134
And? And half a pound of butter.
 
135
And? And a quarter of a pound of tea.
 
136
Frank? And some pa- paper handkerchiefs
 
137
  paper han-
 
138
han-, handkerchiefs, handkerchiefs handkerchiefs
 
139
Or Frank, say it shorter: Some hankies hankies for you, Sheila.
 
140
  for you Sheila.
 
141
for you Sheila? for you Sheila..
 
142
for you, Sheila. That's very nice
14
143
of - very nice of - That's very nice ... That's very nice of you. Alan.
 
144
There is a robber in the kitchen.  
 
145
There's a robber. He's stealing the money out of the cupboard. What about the money, Mum?
 
146
And Where's the money? (unverständlich)
 
147
Yes, but we can't understand a word. It's too loud. Billy, say it again. Money, money, money (singt)
 
148
The robber is sleeping. On the table - of the table.
 
149
On, on the table. On the table in the hall.
 
150
Yes. My purse is laying on the table in the hall.
 
151
in the hall. Lying on the table in the hall  lying on the table in the hall.
15
152
So, what is Alan doing?  
 
153
What is he doing brrrrrrrrrrrr
 
154
Yes? He's cy - He's cycling at the grocer's.
 
155
To the grocer's. Very good.  
 
156
Norman, he's cycling to the grocer's. All together. He's cycling to the grocer's
 
157
cycling cycling to 
 
158
You know what's cycling? Here!  
 
159
Cycling to the grocer's.  
 
160
Well, now my question is: Does Alan like going shopping? does he like going shopping?  
 
161
Now you, you must tell me. He likes going shopping?  
 
162
Ann! He likes.
16
163
Yes, he likes going shopping. Yes, he likes going shopping.
 
164
Well, then, let me see. I think, he doesn't like going shopping.  
 
165
Let's find out whether he like or doesn't like going shopping. Open your books.  
 
166
Who can find the page? . the page? Which page is it. Open your books, please. You haven't got one?  
 
167
Okay. Ready? steady.. go.
 
168
Now let's find out whether he like or doesn't like going shopping. Let's read the text.  
 
169
Carol. What are you going to read?  
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170
What are you going to read? Mrs. Cooper? Yeah.
 
171
Yeah. Sheila.
 
172
Sheila. Alan! Alan! Where are the boys?  
 
173
What are you going to read? Alan.
 
174
Alan, Okay. Shei - well - Sheila's cold. What's this? Whose dirty rucksack is this on my chair?
 
175
  My rucksack isn't dirty. And I'm taking it out in a minute. I'm going on a picnic with Phil and Angela.
 
176
  Oh, dear, can't you go to the grocer's first?
I need a lot of things for the weekend.
18
177
  What things? I haven't got a lot of time; Mum.
 
178
  Well, I must have a large .loaf of bread.
 
179
  Sheila never helps with the shopping. Why can't Sheila go?
 
180
  Sheila has got a bad cold. Come on now, Alan. Here's my shopping-list.
 
181 
  Oh. all right. What's this? I can't read this.
 
182
  Five pounds of potatoes
 
183
  And some paper-Handkerchiefs for you, Sheila?
 
184
  That's very nice of you, Alan.
 
185
  What about - about the money; Mum?
 
186
  My purse is on the table in the hall. Thanks a lot, Alan.
 
187
Thanks a lot, Alan. Well, my question is: Does Alan like going shopping or doesn't he like going shopping?  
 
188
  He doesn't like.
19
189
Why? Tell me the line where you can find that he doesn't like going shopping. Where is it?  
 
190
  I haven't got a lot of time, Mum.
 
191
I haven't got a lot of time. Yes, anything else?  
 
192
  He will go to a picnic with Phil and Angela
 
193
He's going on a picnic, yes. He's going on a picnic. Say it again. He's going on a picnic.
 
194
Anything else? What's this? I can't read this
 
195
Yes. Sheila never helps with the shopping. Why can't Sheila go?
20
196
Good. These are all sentences because he doesn't like going shopping, I'd say. Well and in the end he likes going shopping  
 
197
Can you find this sentence where he shows that he wants to go shopping?  
 
198
Now, one sentence in the text where you can find out that he wants to go shopping.  


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