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e. Kavitha was talking. e. (Touch 1 and 2.) Am I touching all
Say the sentence with another word for of the dogs now? (Tap.) No.
Kavitha. (Tap 3.) She was talking.
f. I am touching some of the dogs.
f. They painted the truck green. • Say some. (Tap.) Some.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) They painted the • Say, some of the dogs. (Tap 4.) Some of the dogs.

truck green. Yes, I am touching some of the dogs.
• Say the sentence with another word for the • What am I touching? (Tap 4.) Some of the dogs.

truck. (Tap 4.) They painted it green. Say the sentence about what I am touching.
g. A small table was next to the chair. (Tap 7.) You are touching some of the dogs.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) A small table was
next to the chair. g. (Touch all dogs.) What am I touching? (Tap 4.)
• Say the sentence with another word for a All of the dogs.
small table. (Tap 6.) It was next to the chair. Say the sentence about what I am touching.
h. A boy is sitting at the table. (Tap 7.) You are touching all of the dogs.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) A boy is sitting at
the table. h. Are all of the dogs or some of the dogs black?
• Say the sentence with another word for a boy. (Tap 4.) All of the dogs.
(Tap 6.) He is sitting at the table. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) All of the dogs are
Repeat steps e through h until firm. black.

Exercise 12 some of the s i. Are all of the dogs or some of the dogs
sitting? (Tap 4.) Some of the dogs.
12 Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) Some of the dogs
are sitting.
a. (Point to all dogs.) Here are four animals.
• Are all of the animals sitting? (Tap.) No. Repeat steps g through i until firm.
• Do all of the animals have hats? (Tap.) No.
b. Are all of the animals dogs? (Tap.) Yes. j. Are all of these dogs or some of these dogs
animals? (Tap 4.) All of these dogs.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) All of the animals Say the sentence about all of these dogs.
are dogs. (Tap 6.) All of these dogs are animals.
• Are all of the animals black? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) All of the animals k. Do all of these dogs or some of these dogs
are black. have a hat? (Tap 4.) Some of these dogs.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) Some of these dogs
have a hat.
c. Tell me to touch all of the dogs. (Tap 5.) Touch
all of the dogs. (Touch.) l. Are all of these animals or some of these
animals dogs? (Tap 4.) All of these animals.
• Am I touching all of the dogs? (Tap.) Yes. Say the sentence about all of these animals.
d. (Touch 3.) Am I touching all of the dogs now? (Tap 6.) All of these animals are dogs.

(Tap.) No. Repeat steps j through l until firm.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.

Exercise 13 parts of a room Exercise 14 PAISA - RUPEE

13 14

a. (Circle room.) What is this whole thing? a. (Point to rupee.) What is this? (Tap 2.) A rupee.
(Tap 2.) A room. • A rupee is one hundred paisa.
• How many paisa is a rupee? (Tap 2.) One hundred paisa.
b. (Point to a wall.) Is this a part or the whole b. Say paisa. (Tap.) paisa.
thing? (Tap 2.) A part.
Say, one paisa. (Tap 2.) One paisa.
• What part is this? (Tap 2.) A wall. • How many paisa is a rupee? (Tap.) One hundred.
c. (Point to walls.) What parts are these? (Tap.) Repeat steps a and b until firm.

Walls. c. (Point to 2 rupee.) What is this? (Tap 2.) 2 rupees.
Say the sentence about these parts. (Tap 4.) • 2 rupees is 200 paisa.
These parts are walls. • How many paisa is 2 rupees? (Tap 2.) 200 paisa.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. d. (Point to paisa.) What is this? (Tap 2.) A paisa.
• How many paisa is a paisa? (Tap 2.) One paisa.
d. (Point to floor.) What part is this? (Tap 2.) e. (Point to rupee.) What is this? (Tap 2.) A rupee.
A floor. • How many paisa is a rupee? (Tap 2.) 100 paisa.
Say the sentence about this part. (Tap 5.) Repeat steps c through e until firm.
This part is a floor.
f. (Point to 2 rupee.) What is this? (Tap 2.) 2 rupees.
e. (Point to windows.) What parts are these? • 2 rupees is 200 paisa.
(Tap.) Windows. • How many paisa is 2 rupees (Tap 2.) 200 paisa.
Say the sentence about these parts. (Tap 4.) • Yes, 2 rupees is 200 paisa.
These parts are windows.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) 2 rupees is 200 paisa.
f. (Point to ceiling.) What part is this? (Tap 2.) g. How many paisa is a paisa? (Tap 2.) One paisa.
A ceiling. • Yes, a paisa is one paisa.
Say the sentence about this part. (Tap 5.)
This part is a ceiling. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) A paisa is one paisa.
• How many paisa is a rupee? (Tap 2.) 100 paisa.
Repeat steps d through f until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) A rupee is 100 paisa.
g. Tell me the parts this room has. • How many paisa is 2 rupees? (Tap 2.) 200 paisa.
• (Point to walls.) This room has … (Tap.) Walls.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) 2 rupees is 200 paisa.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This room has walls. Repeat steps f and g until firm.
• (Point to door.) Say the sentence. (Tap 5.)
Individual Turns
This room has a door.
• (Point to ceiling.) Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) (Call on individual students to do one of the
following tasks:)
This room has a ceiling. • How many paisa is a paisa? One paisa.
• (Point to windows.) Say the sentence. (Tap 4.)
Say the sentence. A paisa is one paisa.
This room has windows. • How many paisa is a rupee? 100 paisa.
• (Point to floor.) Say the sentence. (Tap 5.)
Say the sentence. A rupee is 100 paisa.
A room has a floor. • How many paisa is 2 rupees? 200 paisa.
Repeat step g until firm.
Say the sentence. 2 rupees is 200 paisa.

Exercise 15 animals Exercise 16 ask-answer the question

15 16

a. You learned a name for dogs and cats and a. (Point to bird.) Your turn: Ask the question:
horses and pigs and fish. What is the bird doing? (Tap 5.) What is the
bird doing?
• What is the name? (Tap.) Animals.
b. Dogs are animals. • Ask the question: What is the cat doing?
(Tap 5.) What is the cat doing?
Say the sentence about dogs. (Tap 3.) Dogs
are animals. • Ask the question: What are the boys eating?
• Say the sentence about pigs. (Tap 3.) Pigs (Tap 5.) What are the boys eating?
are animals.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. Repeat step a until firm.

c. Are motorcycles animals or vehicles? (Tap.) b. Ask the question: What is the bird doing?
Vehicles. (Tap 5.) What is the bird doing?
Say the sentence about motorcycles. (Tap 3.)
Motorcycles are vehicles. • Answer the question. (Tap.) Flying.
c. Ask the question: What is the cat doing?
d. Say the sentence about horses. (Tap 3.) Horses
are animals. (Tap 5.) What is the cat doing?
• Answer the question. (Tap.) Sleeping.
• Say the sentence about trains. (Tap 3.) Trains d Ask the question: What are the boys eating?
are vehicles.
(Tap 5.) What are the boys eating?
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • Answer the question. (Tap.) Corn.
Repeat steps b through d until firm.
e. (Point to pig.) What animal is this? (Tap 2.)
A pig. e. Ask the question: What are the boys sitting
Say the sentence about this animal. (Tap 5.) on? (Tap 6.) What are the boys sitting on?
This animal is a pig.
• Answer the question. (Tap 2.) The table.
f. (Point to fish.) What animal is this? (Tap 2.) f. Ask the question: Where are the boys?
A fish.
Say the sentence about this animal. (Tap 5.) (Tap 4.) Where are the boys?
This animal is a fish. • Answer the question. (Tap 3.) On the table.
g. Ask the question: Where is the cat? (Tap 4.)
g. (Point to truck.) Is this an animal or a vehicle?
(Tap 2.) A vehicle. Where is the cat?
• Answer the question. (Tap 3.) Under the table.
• What kind of vehicle is this? (Tap 2.) A truck. h. Ask the question: What color is the bird?
Say the sentence about this vehicle. (Tap 5.)
This vehicle is a truck. (Tap 5.) What color is the bird?
• Answer the question. (Tap.) Purple.
h. (Point to dogs.) Are these animals or vehicles? i. Ask the question: What color is the cat?
(Tap.) Animals.
(Tap 5.) What color is the cat?
• What kind of animals are these? (Tap.) Dogs. • Answer the question. (Tap.) Brown.
Say the sentence about these animals. (Tap 4.) Repeat steps e through i until firm.
These animals are dogs.

Repeat steps e through h until firm.

Exercise 17 we

a. (Sit down.) b. (Point to all children.) Listen: These are
children.
• Listen: Touch your chin. ✓
• Hand down. ✓ • (Point to 1 and 2.) These are children.
• Touch your head and keep touching it. ✓
c. Your turn: Say children. (Tap.) Children.
b. What are you touching? (Tap 2.) My head. Repeat step c until firm.
• Are you touching your chin? (Tap.) No.
• Were you touching your chin? (Tap.) Yes. d. (Point to all children.) What are these? (Tap.)
Children.
Say the sentence about what you were doing. Say the sentence about what these are.
(Tap 5.) I was touching my chin. (Tap 3.) These are children.

c. Hands down. ✓ Repeat step d until firm.

Repeat steps a through c until firm. e. Listen: Two girls are children.
One girl is a child.
d. Tell me to stand up. (Tap 2.) Stand up. (Stand.)
f. What is one girl? (Tap 2.) A child.
• Your turn: Stand up. ✓ • What are two girls? (Tap.) Children.
• What are five girls? (Tap.) Children.
e. Are you standing up? (Tap.) Yes. • What is one boy? (Tap 2.) A child.
• Are we standing up? (Tap.) Yes. • What is one girl? (Tap 2.) A child.
g. What are one boy and one girl? (Tap.) Children.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) We are standing up. • Yes, one boy and one girl are children.
f. Tell me to sit down. (Tap 2.) Sit down. (Sit.)
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) One boy and one girl
• Your turn: Sit down. ✓ are children.
Repeat steps e through g until firm.
g. Are we standing up? (Tap.) No.
• Were we standing up? (Tap.) Yes. h. (Point to 1 and 2.) My turn: These children
h. Say the sentence about what we were doing. are sitting.
Say the sentence about these children. (Tap 4.)
(Tap 4.) We were standing up. These children are sitting.
• Say the sentence about what we are doing
i. (Point to 3 and 4.) What are these children
now. (Tap 4.) We are sitting down. doing? (Tap.) Standing.
• Did we stand up? (Tap.) Yes. Say the sentence about these children. (Tap 4.)
• Did we wave? (Tap.) No. These children are standing.
Repeat steps d through h until firm.
Repeat steps h and i until firm.
Exercise 18 children

18 children

a. (Point to 1.) Is this a child? (Tap.) Yes.

Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This is a child.
• (Point to 2.) Is this a child? (Tap.) Yes.

Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This is a child.
Repeat step a until firm.

Exercise 19 action review • What are they walking to? (Tap 2.) A car.

19 Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) They are walking to

a car.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.

a. (Point to picture.) Are the boys or the girls g. Ask the question: Will a girl drive the car?
walking? (Tap 2.) The girls. (Tap 6.) Will a girl drive the car? No, a man will
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) The girls are walking. drive the car.

• They are walking to a car. • Who will drive the car? (Tap 2.) A man.
• What are they walking to? (Tap 2.) A car. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) A man will drive the car.

Say the sentence about what they are doing. Repeat step g until firm.
(Tap 6.) They are walking to a car.
• Are they walking to a house? (Tap.) No. Exercise 20 like do not like
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) They are not walking
to a house. 20
b. Are the boys walking to a house or running to
a house? (Tap 4.) Running to a house. a. (Point to salad.) What kind of food is this?
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The boys are running (Tap 2.) A salad.
to a house.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • Yes, this food is a salad.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This food is a salad.
c. (Point to man.) Listen: The man is riding to
a store. b. (Point to spider.) What is this? (Tap 2.) A spider.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This is a spider.
• Where is the man riding? (Tap 3.) To a store.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The man is riding to Repeat steps a and b until firm.
a store.
c. (Point to smiling women.) Do these women
d. Who is riding to a store? (Tap 2.) The man. like spiders? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The man is riding to
a store. • What else do these women like? (Tap.) Salads.
• Yes, these women like spiders and salads.
• What is he riding to? (Tap 2.) A store.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) He is riding to a store. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) These women like
spiders and salads.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • How do you know they like spiders and
salads? (Tap 3.) They are smiling.
e. Look at the persons who are running. ✓ d. (Point to frowning men.) Do these men like
spiders? (Tap.) No.
• Who is running? (Tap 2.) The boys. • What else don’t these men like? (Tap.) Salads.
• What are they running to? (Tap 2.) A house. • Yes, these men do not like spiders and salads.
Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) These men do not like
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) They are running to spiders and salads.
a house. Repeat steps c and d until firm.

f. Look at the persons who are walking. ✓

• Who is walking? (Tap 2.) The girls.

Exercise 21 driving riding in c. Listen: I am looking at a cat.
Say that sentence. (Tap 6.) I am looking at a cat.
21
• Say it another way. (Tap 5.) I look at a cat.
a. (Point to picture.) Someone is driving the car. d. Listen: You are learning English.
• Who is driving the car? (Tap 2.) The woman.
Say that sentence. (Tap 4.) You are learning
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) The woman is driving English.
the car. • Say it another way. (Tap 3.) You learn English.
• Is the man driving the car? (Tap.) No. Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The man is not driving
the car. Exercise 23 family review
Repeat step a until firm.
23

b. What is the man doing in the car? (Tap.) Riding. a. (Point to picture.) What is this whole thing?
• The man is riding in the car. (Tap 2.) A family.

Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The man is riding in • Yes, this whole thing is a family.
the car. Say the sentence about this whole thing.
c. What is the woman doing? (Tap 3.) Driving (Tap 6.) This whole thing is a family.
the car.
Say the sentence about the woman. (Tap 6.) b. I’ll name the persons in the family. (Touch each
The woman is driving the car. family member as you say the name:) Utkarsh,
• Say the sentence about the man. (Tap 7.) The Sanket, Karishma, Kavitha, Soeleen.
man is riding in the car.
Repeat steps b and c until firm. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

Exercise 22 s c. (Point to Sanket.) What is the name of the
father? (Tap.) Sanket.
a. Listen: They are talking. Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The name of the
• They talk. father is Sanket.

b. Listen: They are sleeping. • (Point to Karishma.) What is the name of the
Say it another way. (Tap 2.) They sleep. mother? (Tap.) Karishma.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The name of the
• They are swimming. mother is Karishma.
Say it another way. (Tap 2.) They swim.
• (Point to Donna.) What is the name of this
• They are swimming and playing. daughter? (Tap.) Kavitha.
Say it another way. (Tap 4.) They swim and play. Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The name of this
daughter is Kavitha.
• They are saying things.
Say it another way. (Tap 3.) They say things. • (Point to Soeleen.) What is the name of the
other daughter? (Tap.) Soeleen.
• The women are talking. Say the sentence about the name of the
Say it another way. (Tap 3.) The women talk. other daughter. (Tap 8.) The name of the other
daughter is Soeleen.
• The boys are riding bikes.
Say it another way. (Tap 4.) The boys ride bikes. Repeat step c until firm.

Repeat step b until firm.

d. The daughters are Kavitha and Soeleen. d. Tell me to count by tens to 90. (Tap 5.) Count
• What are names of the daughters? (Tap 3.) by tens to 90. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.

Kavitha and Soeleen. • Your turn: Count by tens to 90. (Tap 9.)
• Say, the names of the daughters. (Tap 5.) The 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.

names of the daughters. Repeat step d until firm.
• Say: The names of the daughters are Kavitha
Present Lesson 30 test before presenting
and Soeleen. (Tap 9.) The names of the Lesson 31.
daughters are Kavitha and Soeleen.
The test and directions for administering the
Repeat step d until firm. test appear on page XX of the Teacher’s Guide.

e. (Point to Utkarsh.) What is the name of the son? The test is individually administered and
(Tap.) Utkarsh. requires no more than 5 minutes per student.

Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The name of the son
is Utkarsh.
Repeat step e until firm.

Exercise 24 some all

a. (Tell 2 or 3 students to stand up.)
• Listen: Are all of the students or some of the

students standing up? (Tap 4.) Some of the
students.
Say the sentence about some of the students.
(Tap 7.) Some of the students are standing up.
b. (Tell the rest of the students to stand up.)
• Are all of the students or some of the students
standing up? (Tap 4.) All of the students.
Say the sentence about all of the students.
(Tap 7.) All of the students are standing up.
c. (Tell all students to sit down.)
• What are all of the students doing now?
(Tap 2.) Sitting down.
Say the sentence about what all of the
students are doing. (Tap 7.) All of the students
are sitting down.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.


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