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QE-DISE-110

QE-DISE-110

Exercise 11 letter review Lesson 55

c. Ask the boy: How do you feel? (Tap 4.) How
do you feel?
1 1 AN BO CP DQ ERFS G H I J K L M
• The boy says: I feel tired.
a. (Point to letters.) You are learning the names What does the boy say? (Tap 3.) I feel tired.
d. Ask the girl: How do you feel? (Tap 4.) How
of these things.
do you feel?
• What are these things? (Tap.) Letters. • She says: I feel sick.
Repeat step a until firm. What does she say? (Tap 3.) I feel sick.
• What does she have in her mouth? (Tap 2.)
b. (Point to Q, R, S.) The names of these letters
A thermometer.
are Q, R, S. • Yes, she has a thermometer in her mouth.
• Say the names of these letters. (Touch Q, R, S Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) She has a

as students say:) Q, R, S. thermometer in her mouth.
Repeat step b until firm. • How does she feel? (Tap.) Sick.
Yes, she feels sick.
c. My turn to start with A and say the names of Repeat steps c and d until firm.
these letters: (Touch each letter and say:)
A, B,C, D, E F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S. e. Ask the woman: How do you feel? (Tap 4.)
How do you feel?
• Your turn: Start with L and say the names of
the letters. (Tap 8.) L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S. • She says: I feel happy.
• How does she feel? (Tap.) Happy.
• Your turn: Start with A and say the names of Say the sentence. (Tap 3.) She feels happy.
these letters. (Touch each letter as students f. Ask her: Do you feel sick? (Tap 4.) Do you feel
say:) A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S.
sick?
Repeat step c until firm. • She says: No, I feel good.
• Does she feel sick? (Tap.) No.
Exercise 12 sick • How does she feel? (Tap.) Good.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.

12 g. Ask the man: How do you feel? (Tap 4.) How
do you feel?

a. Say sick. (Tap.) Sick. • He says: I feel sad.
• Say: I feel sick. (Tap 3.) I feel sick. • What does he say? (Tap 3.) I feel sad.
h. Ask him: Do you feel sick? (Tap 4.) Do you feel
b. Look at the picture. ✓
sick?
• You are going to ask these people: How do • He says: No, I do not feel sick, but I feel sad.
you feel? • Does he feel sick? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) He does not feel sick.
Say the question. (Tap 4.) How do you feel? Repeat steps g and h until firm.
• I will tell you what the people say.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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i. Ask the boy: Do you feel sick? (Tap 4.) Do you e. Ask me: How long did they talk? (Tap 5.) How
feel sick? long did they talk? They talked for ten minutes.

• He says: No, but I feel tired. • How long did they talk? (Tap 2.) Ten minutes.
j. Ask the girl: Do you feel good or bad? Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) They talked for ten

(Tap 6.) Do you feel good or bad? minutes.
• She says: Bad. Repeat steps d and e until firm.
• How does she feel? (Tap.) Bad.
k. Ask the woman: Do you feel good or bad? Exercise 14 if-then

(Tap 6.) Do you feel good or bad? a. Here’s a new rule: If the teacher smiles, put a
• What does she say? (Tap.) Good. finger in your ear.
• Yes, she says: I feel good.
What does she say? (Tap 3.) I feel good. • What are you going to do if the teacher
Repeat steps i through k until firm. smiles? (Tap 6.) Put a finger in my ear.

Exercise 13 past tense sentences b. Here we go. (Frown.) [Students do nothing.]
• What did I do? (Tap.) Frown(ed).
a. Jimmy learned to wash a car. • Did you put a finger in your ear? (Tap.) No.
• What did he learn to do? (Tap 3.) Wash a car. • Why didn’t you put a finger in your ear?
Say the sentence about what he learned.
(Tap 4.) Because you didn’t smile.
(Tap 6.) He learned to wash a car. Yes, you didn’t put a finger in your ear
• Did Jimmy learn to drive a car? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) Jimmy did not learn because I didn’t smile.
c. Watch. (Smile.) [Students put a finger in ear.]
to drive a car. • What did I do? (Tap.) Smile(d).
• What did he learn to do? (Tap 3.) Wash a car. • What did you do? (Tap 6.) Put a finger in my
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) He learned to wash
ear.
a car. Repeat steps a through c until firm.
Repeat step a until firm.
Exercise 15 good-bad
b. Listen: Somebody talked to Jennifer.
• Ask me who talked to Jennifer. (Tap 4.) Who a. Listen: The girls had a good time playing.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The girls had a good
talked to Jennifer? Andy.
• Who talked to Jennifer? (Tap.) Andy. time playing.
Say the sentence about Andy. (Tap 4.) Andy • Were they sad or happy when they played?

talked to Jennifer. (Tap.) Happy.
c. Ask me: What did Andy talk about? (Tap 5.) • Say: They had a good time, so they were

What did Andy talk about? Playing football. happy. (Tap 9.) They had a good time, so they
• What did Andy talk about? (Tap 2.) Playing were happy.
b. Do people like bad food? (Tap.) No.
football. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) People do not like
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) Andy talked about bad food.
• Do people like bad cars? (Tap.) No.
playing football. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) People do not like
Repeat steps b and c until firm. bad cars.
• Remember, good is the opposite of bad.
d. Ask me: Where were they? (Tap 3.) Where Repeat steps a and b until firm.
were they? They were in school.

• Where were they? (Tap 2.) In school.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) They were in school.

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Exercise 16 a watch Exercise 17 before-after


1 6 a. Tell me to touch my ankle before I touch my
nose. (Tap 8.) Touch your ankle before you touch
a. (Point to watch.) Listen: A small clock that your nose. (Touch ankle, then touch nose.)

you wear is called a watch. • Tell me to clap. (Tap.) Clap. (Clap.)
• Say watch. (Tap.) Watch. b. How many things did I do? (Tap.) 3.
Repeat step a until firm. Say the sentence about how many things I did.
(Tap 4.) You did three things.
b. What do we call a small clock that you wear? • What was the first thing I did? (Tap 3.)
(Tap 2.) A watch.
• (Point to woman.) This woman is wearing a Touch(ed) your ankle.
• What was the next thing I did? (Tap 3.)
watch.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This woman is Touch(ed) your nose.
• What did I do after I touched my nose? (Tap.)
wearing a watch.
• Is she wearing her watch around her ankle? Clap(ped).
(Tap.) No. c. What was the last thing I did? (Tap.) Clap(ped).
• Where is she wearing her watch? (Tap 3.) • Yes, the last thing I did was clap.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The last thing you did
Around her wrist.
Repeat step b until firm. was clap.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

c. (Point to woman.) Ask this woman: What time d. Watch me: (Wave, then smile.)
is it? (Tap 4.) What time is it? • How many things did I do? (Tap.) 2.
• What did I do first? (Tap.) Wave(d).
• The answer is 10:45. Say the sentence about first. (Tap 3.) First, you
• What time is it? (Tap 2.) 10:45.
d. Ask this woman: When will you eat? (Tap 4.) waved.
• What was the last thing I did? (Tap.) Smile(d).
When will you eat? Say the sentence about the last thing I did.
• The answer is 12:30. (Tap 7.) The last thing you did was smile.
• When will she eat? (Tap 2.) 12:30. • What did I do after I waved? (Tap.) Smile(d).
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) She will eat at 12:30. Say the sentence that starts, after you waved.
e. Ask this woman: Why will you eat at 12:30?
(Tap 7.) Why will you eat at 12:30? (Tap 5.) After you waved, you smiled.
• The answer is: Because she will be hungry. • What did I do before I smiled? (Tap.) Wave(d).
• Why will she eat at 12:30? (Tap 5.) Because she Say the sentence that starts, before you

will be hungry. smiled. (Tap 5.) Before you smiled, you waved.
Yes, she will be hungry at 12:30. Repeat step d until firm.
f. What do we call a small clock that you wear?
(Tap 2.) A watch.
Repeat steps c through f until firm.

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Lesson 55 g. Which is older, a house that is ten years old
or a house that is five years old? (Tap 7.)
Exercise 18 old-new old-young A house that is ten years old.

a. You learned that the opposite of old people is • My turn: Is the house that is five years old
young people. younger? No.

• But the opposite of an old car is not a young • The house that is five years old is newer.
car. It is a new car. Say the sentence. (Tap 9.) The house that is five

• What’s the opposite of an old car? (Tap 3.) years old is newer.
A new car. Repeat step g until firm.

b. What’s the opposite of an old man? (Tap 3.) Exercise 19 drawer
A young man.

• What’s the opposite of an older dog? (Tap 3.) 1 9
A younger dog.

• What’s the opposite of an older pig? (Tap 3.) a. Say roar. (Tap.) Roar.
A younger pig. • Say drawer. (Tap.) Drawer.
Repeat step a until firm.
• What’s the opposite of an old house? (Tap 3.)
A new house. b. (Point to picture.) Does this room have a
bed in it? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
• What’s the name of this room? (Tap 2.)
c. Who is older, a man who is 40 years old or a A bedroom.
man who is 20 years old? (Tap 7.) A man who
is 40 years old. • Yes, this room is a bedroom.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This room is
• Who is younger? (Tap 7.) A man who is 20
years old. a bedroom.
c. How many beds are in this bedroom?
d. Listen: A boy is 12 years old. A girl is 15
years old. (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence about one bed. (Tap 6.)
• Who is older? (Tap 2.) The girl.
• Yes, the girl is older than the boy. One bed is in this bedroom.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The girl is older than • How many people are in this bedroom?

the boy. (Tap.) One.
• Who is younger? (Tap 2.) The boy. Repeat steps b and c until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The boy is younger
d. I’ll say the name of things in this bedroom.
than the girl. • (Circle bed.) Bed.
Repeat steps c and d until firm. • (Point to pillow.) Pillow.
• (Circle dresser.) Dresser.
e. Listen: A man is 32 years old and a woman is • (Point to lamp.) Lamp.
45 years old. e. Your turn to say the names.
• (Circle bed.) Tell me. (Tap.) Bed.
• Who is younger? (Tap 2.) The man. • (Point to pillow.) Tell me. (Tap.) Pillow.
• Who is older? (Tap 2.) The woman. • (Circle dresser.) Tell me. (Tap.) Dresser.
f. How old is the man? (Tap 3.) 32 years old. • (Point to lamp.) Tell me. (Tap.) Lamp.
• Yes, the man is 32 years old. Repeat steps d and e until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) The man is 32
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years old.
• The woman is 45 years old.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) The woman is 45

years old.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.

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f. Listen: A dresser has drawers. d. Put the pencil under your chair. ✓
• What does a dresser have? (Tap.) Drawers.
Say the sentence about a dresser. (Tap 4.) • Where did you put the pencil? (Tap 3.)

A dresser has drawers. Under my chair.
g. (Point to open drawer.) This drawer is open. e. Put the pencil between your feet. ✓
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) This drawer is open.
• (Point to a closed drawer.) Tell me about this • Where did you put your pencil? (Tap 3.)

drawer. (Tap 4.) This drawer is closed. Between my feet.
h. Raise your hand when you know how many
Repeat steps a through e until firm.
drawers this dresser has. ✓

• Everybody, how many drawers? (Tap.) 6.
Repeat steps f through h until firm. 2 0

i. Yes, this dresser has six drawers. f. (Point to picture.) Are these people playing or
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This dresser has working? (Tap.) Working.

six drawers. Say the sentence about what these people are
• How many drawers are open? (Tap.) One. doing. (Tap 4.) These people are working.
Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) One drawer is open.
j. Is the woman putting clothes in the dresser? g. These people do not want to keep working.
• Do these people want to keep working?
(Tap.) No.
• Is the woman taking clothes from the dresser? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) These people do not
(Tap.) No.
• Are some clothes in this dresser? (Tap.) Yes. want to keep working.
• Yes, some clothes are in this dresser. • Are these people tired of working? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) Some clothes are in Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) These people are tired

this dresser. of working.
Repeat steps i and j until firm. Repeat steps f and g until firm.

Exercise 20 tired of working h. What kind of work is the man doing? (Tap 5.)
Putting things on a truck.
Note: Students will need a pencil for this exercise.
Yes, the man is putting things on a truck.
a. Everybody, hold up a pencil. ✓ • Is the man tired of putting things on a truck?
(Tap.) Yes.
• What are you doing? (Tap 4.) Holding up Say the sentence. (Tap 10.) The man is tired of
a pencil.
putting things on a truck.
b. Put the pencil on the floor. ✓ i. What kind of work is the woman doing?

• What did you do? (Tap 6.) Put the pencil on (Tap 2.) Washing windows.
the floor. • Is she tired of washing windows? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) She is tired of washing
• Yes, you put the pencil on the floor.
Say the sentence about what you did. (Tap 7.) windows.
Repeat steps h and i until firm.
I put the pencil on the floor.

c. Put the pencil on your chair. ✓

• What did you do? (Tap 6.) Put the pencil on
my chair.

Say the sentence about what you did. (Tap 7.)
I put the pencil on my chair.

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j. My turn: What kind of work do students do in c. Your turn: Say the sentence with another
school? Schoolwork. word for the books. (Tap 3.) Sit on them.

• Your turn: What kind of work do students do d. Tell the young woman to point to a book.
in school? (Tap.) Schoolwork. (Tap 4.) Point to a book.

k. My turn: Do students get tired of schoolwork? Say the sentence with another word for a
Yes. book. (Tap 3.) Point to it.

• Students get tired of schoolwork. • Tell the woman to point to all the books.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) Students get tired of (Tap 5.) Point to all the books.
Say the sentence with another word for all
schoolwork.
Repeat steps j and k until firm. the books. (Tap 3.) Point to them.
• Tell the old man to open two books. (Tap 3.)
Exercise 21 in a year
Open two books.
a. Listen: There are 365 days in a year. Say the sentence with another word for two
• There are 52 weeks in a year.
• There are 12 months in a year. books. (Tap 2.) Open them.
b. How many days are there in a year? • Tell the young man to talk to the young

(Tap.) 365. woman. (Tap 5.) Talk to the young woman.
• How many weeks are there in a year? Say the sentence with another word for the

(Tap.) 52. young woman. (Tap 3.) Talk to her.
• How many months are there in a year? Repeat steps c and d until firm.

(Tap.) 12. e. Tell the young man to walk with the other
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) There are 12 months people. (Tap 5.) Walk with the other people.

in a year. Say the sentence with another word for the
c. You will learn the name of some months next other people. (Tap 3.) Walk with them.

time. • Tell the young man to run with the young
Repeat steps a through c until firm. woman. (Tap 5.) Run with the young woman.

E *xercise 22 pronoun review Say the sentence with another word for the
young woman. (Tap 3.) Run with her.

22 • Tell the young woman to read a book. (Tap 3.)
Read a book.

Say the sentence with another word for the
a. You will say sentences with words for him, her, book. (Tap 2.) Read it.

it, them. • Tell the young woman to talk to the old man.
(Tap 5.) Talk to the old man.
• Which words? (Tap 4.) Him, her, it, them. Say the sentence with another word for the
Repeat step a until firm.
old man. (Tap 3.) Talk to him.
b. (Point to picture.) My turn to tell a woman • Tell the women to think of a place that has
to do something: Sit on the books.
trees. (Tap 7.) Think of a place that has trees.
• My turn to say the sentence with another Say the sentence with another word for trees.
word for the books: Sit on them. (Tap 7.) Think of a place that has them.
Repeat step e until firm.

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Exercise 23 building review Exercise 24 go-went



a. I will say sentences that have the word go or
the word went.
23
• Which word tells what people did?
(Tap.) Went.

• Which word tells what people do now?
a. Look at the picture. ✓ (Tap.) Go.

• Are these vehicles or buildings? (Tap.) Buildings. b. Listen: She will go to the hospital.
• What are they? (Tap.) Buildings. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) She will go to the
b. (Point to house.) What kind of building is this?
(Tap 2.) A house. hospital.
• Yes, this building is a house. • Does that sentence tell what she did?
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This building is a
(Tap.) No.
house. Say the sentence that tells what she did.
c. (Point to hospital.) What kind of building is (Tap 5.) She went to the hospital.
c. The children went on a long bus ride.
this? (Tap 3.) A hospital building. Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) The children went on
• Yes, this is a hospital building.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is a hospital a long bus ride.
• Does that sentence tell what they did?
building.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

d. (Point to office.) Is this a school building or an d. My dog goes to a tree.
office building? (Tap 3.) An office building. • Does that sentence tell what my dog did?

• What kind of building is this? (Tap 3.) An office (Tap.) No.
building. Say the sentence that tells what my dog did.
(Tap 6.) My dog went to a tree.
• Yes, this is an office building. e. Tomorrow her family will go to Chicago.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is an office • Does that sentence tell what her family did?
(Tap.) No.
building. Say the sentence that tells what her family did.
e. (Point to school.) What kind of building is this?
(Tap 3.) A school building. (Tap 5.) Her family went to Chicago.
• Yes, this is a school building. Repeat steps d and e until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is a school

building.
f. (Point to office.) What kind of building is this?
(Tap 3.) An office building.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is an office

building.
• People who work in this building work in

offices.
• What do they work in? (Tap.) Offices.
Say the sentence about what they do. (Tap 4.)

They work in offices.
Repeat steps d through f until firm.

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