Presentation on theme: "Lesson 3. Being a Hero After completing the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Explain what a hero is. 2. Describe a picture using the 5 Ws. (Who? What?"— Presentation transcript:
Lesson 3. Being a Hero After completing the lesson, students will be able to: 1. Explain what a hero is. 2. Describe a picture using the 5 Ws. (Who? What? Where? When? Why?) 3. Tell a story using transitional words.
What do they have in common? What comes to your mind when you think of a hero? Questions!
great things superhero fire fighter sacrifice admire brave/ courageous help other people Hero
Transitional words one day, then, suddenly, at that moment, after that, later, at last, finally, however, so
One day, a fire broke out in a house. A neighbor saw it. So he/she called 911 and asked for help. Soon, fire fighters came and tried to put out the fire using a fire hose. A brave fire fighter went into the house. Finally, he saved a baby.
Questions for clarification -Who is in the picture? - What happened? What is[are] he/her[they] doing? - Where is the place?
One day, a man suddenly fell onto the subway tracks and the next subway train was approaching him. At that moment, a brave man ran onto the tracks and dragged the fallen man off the tracks. At last, the man saved the fallen man and people gave him a big hand. Later, the brave man received an award from the police.