The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.
Discover the best professional documents and content resources in AnyFlip Document Base.
Search
Published by sandeep, 2021-04-23 09:07:05

QE-DISE-275

QE-DISE-275

Lesson 75

Exercise 1 compare e. When you look at the glasses, you don’t
know which glass is colder or which glass
is hotter.

1 a co mpa re • You can use a thermometer to compare the
temperature of these glasses.
a. (Point to word compare.) This word
• What can you use to compare the
is compare. temperature of these glasses? (Tap.)
• Say compare. (Tap.) compare. A thermometer.
Repeat step a until firm.
Repeat steps c through e until firm.
b. When you compare things, you tell what’s
different about them or what’s the same
about them. 1 c

• Listen again: When you compare things, you f. The thermometers tell us how the
tell what’s different about them or what’s the temperature of the glasses are different.
same about them.
• Which glass is hotter? (Tap.) The red glass.
• You can compare some things by looking • What is the temperature of the red glass?
at them.
(Tap.) 82 degrees.
Repeat step f until firm.
1 b

c. Look at these glasses. ✓
1 d
• You can compare these glasses by looking
at them. g. Look at these men. ✓

• (Call on a student.) What is different about • Can you compare the strength of these men
these glasses? (Idea: One glass is red and the by looking at them? (Tap.) No.
other glass is green.)
• You can not compare the strength of these
• One glass is red and the other glass is green. men by looking at them.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) One glass
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You can not compare
is red and the other glass is green. the strength of these men by looking at them.
d. Can you compare the temperature of these
• You could compare their strength by asking
glasses by looking at them? (Tap.) No. them to pick up a heavy object.
• You can not compare the temperature of
Repeat step g until firm.
these glasses by looking at them.
• Listen again: You can not compare the h. Remember: When you compare things, you
tell how they are different or how they are
temperature of these glasses by looking the same.
at them.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You can not compare
the temperature of these glasses by looking at
them.

282 Direct Instruction Spoken English

Lesson 75

Exercise 2 deliver f. But she earns a lot in tips.
• A tip is money people give her when she
a. You learned a sentence about a truck that
brings things to people. delivers pizza.
• Say tip. (Tap.) Tip.
• Listen: The truck delivers letters and packages. • Say tips. (Tap.) Tips.
Say the sentence about the truck. (Tap.) The g. Ask me: How much money does she earn

truck delivers letters and packages. in tips? (Tap.) How much money does she earn
• A truck that has packages to be delivered is in tips? She earns over 100 dollars in tips
every week.
called a delivery truck. • Listen again: She earns over 100 dollars in
• What kind of truck? (Tap.) A delivery truck. tips every week.
b. Raise your hand if you ever received a Say the sentence. (Tap.) She earns over 100
dollars in tips every week.
package in the mail. ✓ Repeat steps c through g until firm.

• Raise your hand if somebody ever delivered a Exercise 3 afford

package to your front door. ✓

• Remember the sentence: The truck delivers
letters and packages.

Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Listen: Valerie delivers pizzas every evening. a. Listen: Nancy could not afford to go on a
• Say Valerie. (Tap.) Valerie. long vacation.
• Say pizza. (Tap.) Pizza.
• Say pizzas. (Tap.) Pizzas. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Nancy could not afford
• Listen again: Valerie delivers pizzas to go on a long vacation.

every evening. • Did she have enough money to go on a long
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Valerie delivers pizzas vacation? (Tap.) No.

every evening. b. Ask me: Did she want to go on a long
d. She drives a small delivery truck. vacation? (Tap.) Did she want to go on a long
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She drives a small vacation? Yes.

delivery truck. Say the sentence. (Tap.) She wanted to go on a
• She works from 5 to 10 delivering pizzas. long vacation.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She works from 5 to 10
• Ask me: What did Nancy do? (Tap.) What did
delivering pizzas. Nancy do? She went on a short vacation.
• How many hours does she work every
c. Nancy could not afford to go on a long
evening delivering pizzas? (Tap.) Five hours. vacation, but she had enough money to go on
e. Ask me: How much money does she earn a short vacation.

delivering pizzas? (Tap.) How much money does • Could she afford to go on a short vacation?
she earn delivering pizzas? The store she works (Tap.) Yes.
for does not pay her much.
• Listen again: The store she works for does Say the sentence. (Tap.) She could afford to go
not pay her much. on a short vacation.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The store she works for
does not pay her much. Repeat steps a through c until firm.

Level 2, Presentation Book 2 283

Lesson 75

Exercise 4 invent c. Teachers test students to find out what
students know.

4 inve nt • Listen: The students had a math test yesterday.
• Ask me: Was the math test easy or difficult?
a. (Point to word invent.) This word is invent. (Tap.) Was the math test easy or difficult?
• Say invent. (Tap.) Invent. Very difficult.
b. When a person makes something nobody has Say the sentence about the math test. (Tap.)
The math test was very difficult.
ever made before, the person invents that thing. Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• The first person who made a tire invented
d. Remember: Tests give information about how
the tire. The first person who made a radio well machines or people do.
invented the radio.
c. What did the first person who made a radio Exercise 6 questions statements
do? (Tap.) Invented the radio.
• What did the first person who made a a. You’ll ask questions and say sentences.
toaster do? (Tap.) Invented the toaster. b. Ask me: What are the students in that class
• All appliances, vehicles, and things like electric
lights and airplanes were invented. learning? (Tap.) What are the students in that
d. Ask me: Who invented the first airplane? class learning? English.
(Tap.) Who invented the first airplane? The Say the sentence about the students in that
Wright brothers. class. (Tap.) The students in that class are
• The Wright brothers invented the first plane learning English.
that could fly. • Ask me: Who is the man standing next to the
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The Wright brothers boys? (Tap.) Who is the man standing next to the
invented the first plane that could fly. boys? Their uncle.
Repeat steps a through d until firm. Say the sentence about the man standing next
to the boys. (Tap.) The man standing next to the
e. Remember: The first person to make boys is their uncle.
something nobody has ever made before • Ask me: Were the students in that school
invents that thing. learning English? (Tap.) Were the students in
that school learning English? Yes.
Exercise 5 test Say the sentence about the students in that
school. (Tap.) The students in that school were
a. You learned the word test. learning English.
• Say test. (Tap.) Test. • Ask me: Who is a doctor? (Tap.) Who is a
• Say tests. (Tap.) Tests. doctor? The woman talking to the girls.
b. Tests give information about how well Say the sentence about the woman talking to
the girls. (Tap.) The woman talking to the girls is
machines or people do. a doctor.
• Say, how well machines or people do. (Tap.) • Ask me: Are the women in that car nurses?
(Tap.) Are the women in that car nurses? Yes.
How well machines or people do. Say the sentence about the women in that
• Listen again: Tests give information about car. (Tap.) The women in that car are nurses.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
how well machines or people do.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tests give information

about how well machines or people do.

284 Direct Instruction Spoken English

Lesson 75

Exercise 7 forgot to feed g. He was thinking what he would tell the
teacher. He would have to tell her that he
a. Here’s a new story about a boy named Nelson. was late because he forgot to feed the cows.
• Say Nelson. (Tap.) Nelson.
b. Nelson lived on a farm. Before he went • Why was he late? (Tap.) He forgot to feed
the cows.
to school every morning, he had to feed
the animals. h. He ran up the front steps of the school and
• Listen again: Before he went to school every pulled on the door. But the doors were
morning, he had to feed the animals. locked. Then Nelson remembered something.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Before he went to
school every morning, he had to feed the animals. • Ask me: What did he remember? (Tap.) What
c. One morning, he forgot to feed the cows. did he remember? He remembered that it was
• Listen again: One morning, he forgot to feed Saturday and there was no school.
the cows.
• Which animals did he forget to feed? (Tap.) i. Nelson forgot two things.
The cows. • (Call on a student.) What was the first thing
Say the sentence about what he forgot to do.
(Tap.) He forgot to feed the cows. he forgot? (Idea: To feed the cows.)
d. Nelson was riding his bike to school when Yes, he forgot to feed the cows.
he remembered that he did not feed all the • (Call on a student.) What was the second
animals. He was almost at school. He said to
himself, “I’ll have to go back home and feed thing he forgot? (Ideas: It was Saturday; there
the cows.” was no school.)
• He rode his bike home and fed the cows. Yes, he forgot that it was Saturday.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He rode his bike home Repeat steps e through i until firm.
and fed the cows.
Repeat steps a through d until firm. Exercise 8 brain

e. Then he got on his bike and raced back a. You’ve learned about the brain.
to school. • The brain is part of which body system? (Tap.)

• Listen again: Then he got on his bike and The nervous system.
raced back to school. b. Do people use their brain when they think?

Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then he got on his bike (Tap.) Yes.
and raced back to school. Say the sentence. (Tap.) People use their brain

• Did he go fast? (Tap.) Yes. when they think.
f. When he got to school, he locked his bike in • Do people use their brain when they learn

the schoolyard and ran to the front door. new things? (Tap.) Yes.
• Listen again: He locked his bike in the Say the sentence. (Tap.) People use their brain

schoolyard and ran to the front door. when they learn new things.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He locked his bike in c. (Call on a student.) How much do people use

the schoolyard and ran to the front door. their brain when they are learning a
new language? (Idea: A lot.)
• Yes, people use their brain a lot when they
are learning a new language.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) People
use their brain a lot when they are learning a
new language.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

Level 2, Presentation Book 2 285

Lesson 75

Exercise 9 occupations g. (Point to train engineer.) What is the
occupation of this person? (Tap.) A
train engineer.
9 a
• (Call on a student.) What does a train
a. (Point to electrician.) This person is engineer do? (Idea: Drives a train.)
an electrician.
• Yes, a train engineer drives a train.
• Say electrician. (Tap.) Electrician. Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) A train
b. An electrician works with electrical wires. engineer drives a train.
• Say wires. (Tap.) Wires. Repeat steps e through g until firm.
• Say, electrical wires. (Tap.) Electrical wires.
• Say: An electrician works with electrical wires. Exercise 10 d e t er m i nat i o n

(Tap.) An electrician works with electrical wires. a. Remember: People who are determined
c. Electrical wires bring electricity into buildings. have determination.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Electrical wires bring
• What do people who are determined have?
electricity into buildings. (Tap.) Determination.
• Do you need electricity in the kitchen?
• Yes, people who are determined
(Tap.) Yes. have determination.
So electrical wires go to the kitchen.
• Do you need electricity in the bathroom? Say the sentence. (Tap.) People who are
determined have determination.
(Tap.) Yes.
So electrical wires go to the bathroom. b. Some animals have determination also.
d. Remember: A person who works with • Here’s a story about a dog

electrical wires is an electrician. with determination.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A person who works c. Listen: One time a family took a vacation

with electrical wires is an electrician. trip. They stopped to eat when they were 100
Repeat steps a through d until firm. miles from their home.
• Their dog ran after some little animals and
9 b got lost. The people looked for hours but
could not find their dog.
e (Point to pilot.) What is the occupation of this • The people were very sad. They thought they
person? (Tap.) A pilot. would never see their dog again.
• How far was the dog from its home? (Tap.)
f. (Point to truck driver.) What is the occupation 100 miles.
of this person? (Tap.) A truck driver. d. A week later, the family heard barking outside
the house. They ran outside and saw their dog.
Yes, this person is a truck driver. • The dog had walked all the way home. That
• What do truck drivers do? (Tap.) Drive trucks. dog had determination.
• Listen again: That dog had determination.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) That dog
had determination.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.

286 Direct Instruction Spoken English

Exercise 11 introduce famous performer Lesson 75

d. What city will the plane go to? (Tap.)
11 Los Angeles.

a. Listen: The announcer introduced a • Yes, the plane will go to Los Angeles.
famous performer. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The plane will go to

Say the sentence. (Tap.) The announcer Los Angeles.
introduced a famous performer. e. When will the plane get to Los Angeles?

b. Look at the picture. ✓ (Tap.) At 9.
• Yes, the plane will arrive in Los Angeles at 9.
• Is the announcer on the side of the stage or in Say the sentence. (Tap.) The plane will arrive in
the middle of the stage? (Tap.) In the middle of
the stage. Los Angeles at 9.
Repeat steps a through e until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The announcer is in the
middle of the stage. f. Listen: Linda and her family went on a trip.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Linda and her family
• Who did the announcer introduce? (Tap.) A
famous performer. went on a trip.
• Ask me: On what day did they depart? (Tap.)
Say the sentence about the announcer. (Tap.)
The announcer introduced a famous performer. On what day did they depart? On Monday.
Say the sentence about when they departed.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
(Tap.) They departed on Monday.
Exercise 12 depart-arrive g. Ask me: What city did they depart from?

a. Here’s a sentence you had last time: The (Tap.) What city did they depart from? Boston.
plane will depart at 5 and arrive in Los • They departed from Boston on Monday.
Angeles at 9. Say the sentence. (Tap.) They departed from

• Listen again: The plane will depart at 5 and Boston on Monday.
arrive in Los Angeles at 9. h. Ask me: What place were they going to?

Say the sentence. (Tap.) The plane will depart at (Tap.) What place were they going to? The
5 and arrive in Los Angeles at 9. Rocky Mountains.
• What place were they going to? (Tap.) The
b. When will the plane leave? (Tap.) At 5. Rocky Mountains.
• Yes, the plane will depart at 5. i. Ask me: When did they arrive at the Rocky
Say that. (Tap.) The plane will depart at 5. Mountains? (Tap.) When did they arrive at the
c. Ask me: Where will the plane depart from? Rocky Mountains? On Wednesday.
• When did they arrive at the Rocky
(Tap.) Where will the plane depart from? Mountains? (Tap.) On Wednesday.
• The plane will depart from New York. • They arrived at the Rocky Mountains
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The plane will depart on Wednesday.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They arrived at the
from New York. Rocky Mountains on Wednesday.
• When will the plane depart from New York? j. Ask me: Why did they take a trip to the
Rocky Mountains? (Tap.) Why did they take a
(Tap.) At 5. trip to the Rocky Mountains? They wanted to
Yes, the plane will depart from New York at 5. climb mountains.
• Raise your hand if you ever climbed

a mountain. ✓

Repeat steps f through j until firm.

Level 2, Presentation Book 2 287

Lesson 75

Exercise 13 done spoken e. Listen: She has spoken to her brother.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She has spoken to
a. Last time, you learned two more words
you say with has or have. Those words her brother.
are done and spoken. f. Ask me: How many times has she spoken to

• Say done. (Tap.) Done. her brother? (Tap.) How many times has she
• Say spoken. (Tap.) Spoken. spoken to her brother? Three times.
b. You don’t say you have speaked. You say Say the sentence. (Tap.) She has spoken to her
brother three times.
you have spoken. • Ask me: Has she spoken to her brother this
What do you say? (Tap.) You have spoken. week? (Tap.) Has she spoken to her brother this
• You don’t say you have did. You say you week? No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She has not spoken to
have done. her brother this week.
What do you say? (Tap.) You have done. • Ask me: Has she spoken to her brother this
Repeat steps a and b until firm. month? (Tap.) Has she spoken to her brother this
month? Yes.
c. Here’s a question: Has she done the Say the sentence. (Tap.) She has spoken to her
yard work? brother this month.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.
Say the question. (Tap.) Has she done the
yard work? Exercise 14 tony’s shadow

• Say the question about they. (Tap.) Have they a. Here’s more of the story about Tony.
done the yard work? b. Tony was in a large stadium. Twenty

• Say the question about you. (Tap.) Have you thousand people had come to see Tony.
done the yard work? • Tony shook hands with the announcer.
• Who did Tony shake hands with? (Tap.)
• Say the question about he. (Tap.) Has he done
the yard work? The announcer.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tony shook hands with
d. Listen: He has done the yard work.
• Ask me: How many times has he done the the announcer.
c. (Call on a student.) What happened when
yard work? (Tap.) How many times has he done
the yard work? Many times. Tony shook hands with the announcer? (Idea:
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He has done the yard The announcer’s shadow disappeared.)
work many times. • Yes, the announcer’s shadow disappeared.
• Ask me: Has he done the yard work this Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) The
week? (Tap.) Has he done the yard work this announcer’s shadow disappeared.
week? Yes. d. Now Tony was going to try to make 20,000
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He has done the yard shadows disappear.
work this week. How many shadows? (Tap.) 20,000.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • The announcer said, “We’re going to have
everybody in the stadium hold hands.
Who is going to hold hands? (Tap.) Everybody
in the stadium.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.

288 Direct Instruction Spoken English

Lesson 75

e. The announcer gave directions to the people. j. Tony walked to the first row of people who
• First, the announcer said, “Everybody, stand up.” were holding hands. He touched one of
What did he say first? (Tap.) Everybody, stand up. the people.
• Everybody stood up.
• Did the people have shadows? (Tap.) Yes. • (Call on a student.) What do you think
Say the sentence about the people. (Tap.) The happened? (Idea: Everybody’s
shadow disappeared.)
people had shadows.
f. Next, the announcer said, “Hold the hand of • When Tony touched the person, everybody’s
shadow disappeared.
both persons who are standing next to you.”
• Listen again: Hold the hand of both persons • Listen again: When Tony touched the person,
everybody’s shadow disappeared.
who are standing next to you.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Hold the hand of both Say the sentence. (Tap.) When Tony touched
the person, everybody’s shadow disappeared.
persons who are standing next to you.
g. Some people could only hold hands with k. Some people shouted, some laughed, and
some just looked at the place their shadow
one person. had been.
• Raise your hand if you know which people
• Everybody said, “This is amazing.”
could only hold hands with one person. ✓ What did everybody say? (Tap.) This is amazing.
l. Then Tony let go of the hand he was touching
• (Call on a student.) Which people could only
hold hands with one person? (Idea: The people and everybody’s shadow appeared again.
at the end of each row could only hold hands with • Listen again: Tony let go of the hand he
one person.)
was touching and everybody’s shadow
• The people at the end of each row could only appeared again.
hold hands with one person. • What happened when Tony let go of the hand
he was touching? (Tap.) Everybody’s shadow
h. Then, the announcer said, “The next direction appeared again.
is only for the people at the end of each row. • There was more shouting and laughing.
If you are at the end of a row, hold the hand Repeat steps i through l until firm.
of the person in back of you.”
Tony asked the people,“Was that fun?”
• The people at the end of each row held hands and 20,000 people shouted,“Yes.”
with the person in back of them.
Tony said,“Do you want to do it again?”
• Who did the people at the end of each row All 20,000 people shouted,“Yes.” So they
hold hands with? (Tap.) The person in back did it again, and they did it a third time.
of them. The next day there were news reports on
TV, on the radio, and in newspapers about
Repeat steps e through h until firm. what happened in the stadium.
• (Call on a student.) Where were the reports?
i. Now everybody was holding hands. (Idea: On TV, on the radio, and in newspapers.)
• The announcer said, “We have 20,000 people The next night, 75,000 people came to
the stadium. Tony was getting ready to go
holding hands. Everybody, take a good look on stage for another performance when
at your shadow.” something very strange happened.
• Then the announcer said, “Get ready to see
something amazing.” m. We’ll find out about the strange thing that
What did the announcer say? (Tap.) Get ready happened next time.
to see something amazing.

Level 2, Presentation Book 2 289


Click to View FlipBook Version
Previous Book
Keunikan Rakyat Malaysia(kaum melayu)
Next Book
QE-DISE-276