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mesmark Jun 1st, 2005 09:11 am

hw/behavior incentives sheet for children
 
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Here is a sheet I use. It has 2 charts on one sheet to be printed out in color (bw is okay if you have a good printer.) Each chart has 10 spots for students to place stickers they get for doing a great job or handing in homework in on time.

It can also be used to award students for good behavior.

I have finished one award certificate for completion of one of the sheets, but I'm planning to get the other done shortly so I'll post both of those a little later.

Good luck with them.

Mark

Eric Jun 1st, 2005 07:55 pm

Thanks, Mark. Those look really fun for the kids! Did you make those yourself?

mesmark Jun 2nd, 2005 12:46 am

Yes, I did. pat pat pat myself on the back :D

I actually made a card game called 'Eigomon' and it was a big hit with the students. So, I decided to use the same theme and make a hw incentives sheet. I haven't had to use it much but in the classes that I use them, they also go over well.

Mark

mesmark Jun 17th, 2005 09:53 am

I have posted on my web site award cert. that match the above hw incentives sheets. www.mes-english.com/games/eigomon.php The awards certs are listed with the cards for the game about half way down the page.

Eric Sep 7th, 2005 02:57 am

What does "Eigomon" mean?

mesmark Sep 7th, 2005 05:17 am

Eigo - means English in Japanese (pronounced ay-go)

I named it such as a parody on Pokemon which is still hot here in Japan. Pokemon is actually Pocket Monsters. The 'mon' stands for monster.

In hind sight I probably should have come up with an original name. Anyway I guess it stands for English Monsters.

Also, I have taken this sheet off my site as well as the award cert.s because I've made changes to the characters. The only place to find it now is eslHQ.com!

Eric Sep 7th, 2005 08:29 am

That's funny and interesting. In Korean, "Ay-go" is like saying "Oh Jeez", kind of, but a little worse. Like if someone just told you that you had to teach 4 more classes after you just got done teaching 6 and you were about to go home. not much you can do but say, "Ay-go".

Anyway, i like the name, Eigomon. I'm sure the Japanese students really like it. But I don't think it would work in Korea, at least not as a motivator for learning English. Can you imagine, "Oh Jeez Monsters". But it works well in Japanese.

BTW, i never knew what Pokemon meant either. :)

Thanks for leaving your old characters on eslHQ and good luck with your new characters!

Eric

mesmark Sep 7th, 2005 08:51 am

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I rushed off to class before, but wanted to post these.

Here are the award certificates that match the incentives sheets. Which will from here on out be refered to as the "oh jeez award certificates." :D

Happy teaching,
Mark

Eric Sep 7th, 2005 07:16 pm

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Quote mesmark
I rushed off to class before, but wanted to post these.

Here are the award certificates that match the incentives sheets. Which will from here on out be refered to as the "oh jeez award certificates." :D

Thanks!!! :) (Where is the smilie for WooHoo!?)

cystycid Dec 7th, 2009 05:05 pm

Re: hw/behavior incentives sheet for children
 
I accept with information:Anyway, i like the name, Eigomon. I'm sure the Japanese students really like it. But I don't think it would work in Korea, at least not as a motivator for learning English. Can you imagine, "Oh Jeez Monsters". But it works well in Japanese.

heidy_james Mar 31st, 2010 03:36 am

Re: hw/behavior incentives sheet for children
 
List quick tips that work for you. At the end of the day I feel like I have spent so much time managing behavior. Maybe we could all share a few tried and true tricks of the trade that could benefit us all. I think it would be a good idea to separate management techniques into primary and upper. List any ideas for consequences and rewards!

lukebond01 Aug 30th, 2012 05:14 am

Re: hw/behavior incentives sheet for children
 
I accept with information:Anyway, i like the name, Eigomon. I'm sure the Japanese students really like it. But I don't think it would work in Korea, at least not as a motivator for learning English. Can you imagine, "Oh Jeez Monsters". But it works well in Japanese.


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