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Exercise 1 curved f. Listen: If a road is straight, it does not curve.
• A road that has curves is not straight.
1 straight
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A road that has curves is
a. One of these lines is straight. not straight.
• (Point to top line.) Is this line straight? (Tap.) g. Listen: We want to drive on a road that is
straight.
Yes. Say the sentence. (Tap.) We want to drive on a
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This line is straight. road that is straight.
• (Point to middle line.) Is this line straight? • Does that road have any turns in it? (Tap.)
(Tap.) No. No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This line is not straight. Right, the road does not have any turns in it.
• (Point to bottom line.) Is this line straight? Turns are curves.
(Tap.) No. • Does a straight road have curves? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This line is not straight. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A straight road does not
b. How many straight lines are in the picture? have curves.
(Tap.) One. Repeat steps f and g until firm.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
Exercise 2 circle rectangle
c. (Point to middle line.) Is this line straight?
(Tap.) No. 2

• This line is not straight. This line is curved. a. (Point to small circle.) This is a circle.
• Say curve. (Tap.) Curve. • Say circle. (Tap.) Circle.
• Say curved. (Tap.) Curved. b. Tell me to touch a large circle. (Tap.) Touch a
Repeat step c until firm.
large circle. (Touch large circle.)
d. (Point to middle line.) Say: This line is curved. • What did I touch? (Tap.) A large circle.
(Tap.) This line is curved.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched a large
• (Point to top line.) Is this line curved? (Tap.) circle.
No. c. (Touch small circle.) What kind of circle did I
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This line is not curved. touch? (Tap.) A small circle.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched a small
e. (Point to bottom line.) This line is not curved. circle.
• Is this line curved? (Tap.) No. d. Tell me to touch a large rectangle. (Tap.) Touch
a large rectangle. (Touch large rectangle.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This line is not curved. • What did I touch? (Tap.) A large rectangle.
• Is this line straight? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched a large
• This line is not straight and not curved. rectangle.
e. (Touch small circle.) What did I touch? (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This line is not straight A small circle.
and not curved. Say the sentence. (Tap.) You touched a small
Repeat steps d and e until firm. circle.
• (Touch large rectangle.) What did I touch?
(Tap.) A large rectangle.
Repeat steps a through e until firm.

f. Listen: Which shape is round, a circle or a c. Listen: A truck picks up the garbage from
rectangle? (Tap.) A circle. garbage cans.
Say the sentence about a circle. (Tap.) A circle
is round. • (Call on a student.) What do you think we call
that truck? (Idea: A garbage truck.)
g. Tell me to touch an object that has straight Yes, a garbage truck picks up garbage.
sides. (Tap.) Touch an object that has straight
sides. (Touch a rectangle.) • Do garbage trucks smell good? (Tap.) No.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• Did I touch a circle or a rectangle? (Tap.)
A rectangle. d. Listen: Little Kasim did not know the
difference between the word garage and the
• Does a rectangle have straight sides? (Tap.) word garbage.
Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A rectangle has straight • Once, Kasim had to wait for his dad to come
sides. home. Every minute he would ask his mother,
“Is Dad coming home?”
• Does a rectangle have round sides? (Tap.) No.
h. What kind of sides does a circle have? (Tap.) • His mother would say, “Yes, he will be here
soon.”
Round sides.
Say the sentence about a circle. (Tap.) A circle e. Kasim asked the same question ten times.
has round sides. • What did he ask? (Tap.) Is Dad coming home?
• One side of a circle is as round as the other f. And his mother said the same answer ten
side.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) One side of a circle is as times.
round as the other side. • What answer did she say? (Tap.) Yes, he will be
i. Which shape looks like a ball? (Tap.) A circle.
• Which shape looks like a box? (Tap.) A rectangle. here soon.
Repeat steps f through i until firm. g. At last, she was tired of answering the same

Exercise 3 garbage can soap question. She said, “Kasim, sit in the garage
and wait for him.”
3 • What did she say? (Tap.) Kasim, sit in the
garage and wait for him.
a. (Point to garbage can.) Is this a garbage can? Repeat steps d through g until firm.
(Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a garbage can. She said, “You will see Dad when he gets
home.”
• What do people put in garbage cans? (Tap.)
Garbage. Kasim said, “Do you want me to sit in the
garage?”
• What is the container that holds garbage?
(Tap.) A garbage can. His mother said, “Yes, that would be a good
thing to do.”
• Does a garbage can have a cover? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A garbage can has a Kasim went out the back door of the
cover. house. About a minute later, his dad came
home. His dad walked inside and said,
b. Listen: A garbage can is a container that “Where is Kasim?”
holds garbage.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A garbage can is a His wife said, “Didn’t you see him? I
container that holds garbage. thought he was sitting in the garage.”

Her husband said, “No, I didn’t see him.”
They went out the back door to find him.
He was sitting in a pile of garbage. His dad
said, “What are you doing?”

garage. You are sitting in the garbage.”

h. Listen again: You are not sitting in the garage. c. Is the tongue covered with skin? (Tap.) Yes.
You are sitting in the garbage. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The tongue is covered
Say those sentences. (Tap.) You are not sitting in with skin.
the garage. You are sitting in the garbage.
• Are the teeth covered with skin? (Tap.) No.
• Do you think Kasim smelled good? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The teeth are not
• Do you think he had to take a bath? (Tap.) covered with skin.

Yes. • Are the elbows covered with skin? (Tap.) Yes.
• Do you think he had to change his clothes? Say the sentence. (Tap.) The elbows are covered
with skin.
(Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
Repeat step h until firm.
d. When you fall down, you may cut your skin.
i. His mother said,“Put your dirty clothes in the Say that sentence. (Tap.) When you fall down,
garage. Then take a bath. Use a lot of soap.” you may cut your skin.

j. Listen again: Put your dirty clothes in the e. If your skin gets cut, blood will come out.
garage. Then take a bath. Use a lot of soap. • Blood is red.
• What color is blood? (Tap.) Red.
• What was the first thing he had to do? (Tap.) • Say lud. (Tap.) Lud.
Put his dirty clothes in the garage. • Say blood. (Tap.) Blood.
Repeat steps d and e until firm.
• What was the next thing he had to do? (Tap.)
Take a bath. f. Say: Blood is red. (Tap.) Blood is red.
• (Call on a student.) Did you ever get a cut?
• What was the last thing he had to do? (Tap.)
Use a lot of soap. [Student responds.]
• Everybody, remember: If your skin is cut,
Repeat steps i and j until firm.
blood will come out.
Exercise 4 blood Say the sentence. (Tap.) If your skin is cut, blood
will come out.
a. Listen: Does skin cover all parts of your g. Remember: Skin covers most of the body.
body? (Tap.) No. Say that sentence. (Tap.) Skin covers most of the
body.
• Does skin cover less than half or more than Repeat steps f and g until firm.
half of the body? (Tap.) More than half.

• Yes, skin covers more than half of the body.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Skin covers more than
half of the body.

• Skin covers most of the body.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Skin covers most of the
body.

b. Does skin cover every part of your hand?
(Tap.) No.

• Show me a part of your hand that is not

covered with skin. ✓

Yes, the ends of your fingers are not covered
with skin.

Exercise 5 KRISH story Exercise 6 kitchen appliances

a. You learned a sentence about what Krish knows. a. Listen: Is a refrigerator an appliance? (Tap.)
Say the sentence that starts with Krish knows. Yes.
(Tap.) Krish knows all the people he will meet in Say the sentence. (Tap.) A refrigerator is an
the park. appliance.

• Say the sentence about what Krish knew. (Tap.) • Is a stove an appliance? (Tap.) Yes.
Krish knew all the people he met in the park. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A stove is an appliance.

b. How many people did Krish meet in the park? • Is a cabinet an appliance? (Tap.) No.
(Tap.) Seven. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A cabinet is not an
appliance.
• Krish and seven other people met in the park.
• How many people is that? (Tap.) Eight. • Is a sink an appliance? (Tap.) No.
c. (Call on a student.) What did they talk about Say the sentence. (Tap.) A sink is not an
appliance.
in the park? (Idea: A party.)
• How many people went to the party? (Tap.) • Is a dishwasher an appliance? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap) A dishwasher is an
50. appliance.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) 50 people went to the
party. Repeat step a until firm.
d. (Call on a student.) How many people did Krish
know at the beginning of the party? 48. b. Which appliance do people use to cook
• Yes, Krish knew 48 people at the beginning of things? (Tap.) A stove.
the party.
Say the sentence about Krish. (Tap.) Krish • Yes, people use stoves to cook things.
knew 48 people at the beginning of the party. Say the sentence. (Tap.) People use stoves to
cook things.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
c. Which appliance keeps food cold? (Tap.)
e. Did Krish meet anybody he didn’t know? (Tap.) A refrigerator.
Yes. Say the sentence about refrigerators. (Tap.)
Refrigerators keep food cold.
• (Call on a student.) How many new people did
he meet at the party? One. • Which appliance would you use to make ice
cubes? (Tap.) A refrigerator.
• Yes, he met one new person at the party.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He met one • Is the temperature of the part of the
new person at the party. refrigerator that makes ice cubes less than 0
degrees or more than 0 degrees? (Tap.) Less
• How many people did Krish know at the end than 0 degrees.
of the party? (Tap.) 49.
Say the sentence about Krish. (Tap.) Krish d. (Call on a student.) What happens to water
knew 49 people at the end of the party. when the temperature is less than 0 degrees?

f. Ask me: Did Krish have fun at the party? (Tap.) (Idea: Water freezes.)
Did Krish have fun at the party? Yes. • Yes, water freezes when the temperature is
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Krish had fun at the party.
less than 0 degrees.
Repeat steps e and f until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Water freezes when the
temperature is less than 0 degrees.

Repeat steps b through d until firm.

e. Which appliance would you use to wash Exercise 8 CHARU SAANVI ARNAV story
dishes? (Tap.) A dishwasher.
a. I’ll tell you the next part of the story about
• When you wash dishes in a dishwasher, you Charu, Saanvi, and Arnav. First, I’ll ask you
put something in the dishwasher to clean the some questions about last time.
dishes.
b. How many races did the friends plan? (Tap.)
• What do you put in the dishwasher? (Tap.) Soap. Three.
• Yes, you put soap in the dishwasher to clean
• How many of the races had they run? (Tap.)
dishes. One.
Say the sentence that starts with you. (Tap.)
You put soap in the dishwasher to clean dishes. • Who won that race? (Tap.) Arnav.
Repeat step e until firm.
c. After the race, Arnaav said, “That race shows
Exercise 7 is-are was-were who the fastest runner is. That race was not
very close. I won by 15 metres. I am much
a. I will say sentences. faster than you are.”
You will say sentences with there is or there
are or there was or there were. • (Call on a student.) How did Charu and
Saanvi feel about the things Arnav said? (Idea:
b. Listen: A dog was sleeping on the grass. They made them mad.)
Start with there was and say it another way.
(Tap.) There was a dog sleeping on the grass. • (Call on a student.) Do you think Arnav said
some things he should not say? [Student
• Listen: A pig was under the house. responds.]
Say it another way. (Tap.) There was a pig under
the house. • (Call on a student.) So do you think the girls
will try very hard to win the next race? (Idea:
• Three bluebirds are on the roof. Yes.)
Say it another way. (Tap.) There are three
bluebirds on the roof. • (Call on a student.) Do you think that Arnav,
Charu, and Saanvi are still good friends?
• Children are in the park. [Student responds.]
Say it another way. (Tap.) There are children in
the park. d. We will find out.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
e. During the next four days, Saanvi did not
c. Five little girls are in that family. speak to Arnav.
Say it another way. (Tap.) There are five little
girls in that family. • Listen again: During the next four days,
Saanvi did not speak to Arnav.
• Seven days are in a week. Say the sentence. (Tap.) During the next four
Say it another way. (Tap.) There are seven days days, Saanvi did not speak to Arnav.
in a week.
• (Call on a student.) Why do you think she did
• A boy was walking to school. not speak to him? (Idea: She was mad at him.)
Say it another way. (Tap.) There was a boy
walking to school. f. Saanvi, Arnav, and Charu met in the park on the
fifth day. Before the race, Saanvi said
• Six dogs were sitting in chairs. one word to Arnav.
Say it another way. (Tap.) There were six dogs
sitting in chairs. • He asked,“Are you still mad at me?”
Say the question. (Tap.) Are you still mad at me?
• A girl is in that house.
Say it another way. (Tap.) There is a girl in that g. She answered with one word.
house. • What word do you think that was? (Tap.) Yes.
• She said,“Yes.”
Repeat step c until firm. • Was she still mad at him? (Tap.) Yes.

h. Then he asked Charu, “What about you? Are you Charu was right in back of Saanvi. She did
still mad at me?” the same thing Saanvi did. After she caught up
to Arnav and passed him, she turned her head.
• She said one word. She smiled and said, “Yeah, catch me if you
• What word? (Tap.) Yes. can.”
Repeat steps e through h until firm.
Arnav tried. He made a mad face and
i. More than 50 people came to the park to started to go faster than the girls, but he
watch the race. The racers would go all the couldn’t keep going at that speed.
way around the park. m. The runners ran past girls who were playing a
game of baseball.
• Where would the racers go? (Tap.) All the way • What were the girls doing? (Tap.) Playing a
around the park. game of baseball.
Repeat step m until firm.
j. The runners would finish at the same line they
started the race. n. When Arnav finished the race, he was so tired
that he sat down on the ground. He was
• Listen again: The runners would finish at the panting like a dog, and nobody clapped for
same line they started the race. him.

• The starting line was also the finish line. • Listen again: He was panting like a dog.
• (Call on a student.) Why was this true? (Idea: Say the sentence. (Tap.) He was panting like
a dog.
They run all the way around the park.)
k. Yes, they start at the starting line, then they • I’ll show you how you pant like a dog. (Pant
with open mouth and tongue out.)
run all the way around the park and come
back to the starting line again. • Show me how you pant like a dog. ✓
• They would run half a kilometre.
• So how far was it around the park? (Tap.) Half Repeat step n until firm.
a kilometre.
Yes, the distance around the park was half a Saanvi said, “What’s wrong, Arnav? Did
kilometre. you leave your fast legs at home? I was so
far in front of you, you looked pretty small.”
l. Saanvi's dad was the starter for this race.
• (Call on a student.) What did he do to start “Yeah,” Charu said. “Where is all that
speed you had? I think a three-legged cow
the runners? (Idea: Held up his hand and said, could pass you up.”
“Get ready.” Then dropped his hand and said,
“Go.” ) “Yeah,” Saanvi said. “You are not a good
Repeat steps i through l until firm. runner.”

When the race started, Arnav ran faster Arnav wanted to say something, but he
than Saanvi and Charu. He turned his head was still panting like a dog, and he could not
and smiled at them. He said, “Catch me if you make words come out of his mouth.
can.” Arnav stayed ahead for a block and a
half. Then Saanvi caught up to him and went We’ll find out more next time.
past him.

Listen again: Saanvi caught up to him and
went past him.

When she past him up, she was in front of
him. When she was about 4 metres in front of
him, she turned her head. She smiled and said,
“Your turn: Catch me if you can.”

Exercise 9 heart c. But she would also tell about some things she
did not really notice.
a. Listen: Is the heart in the neck? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence about the heart. (Tap.) The • Did she lie about some things? (Tap.) Yes.
heart is not in the neck. Say the sentence. (Tap.) She lied about some
things.
• Is the heart in the chest? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The heart is in the chest. d. On the third day, she told her mother,“I
noticed three horses in the garage.”
b. If you run, does your heart go faster or go
slower? (Tap.) Go faster. • What did she say she noticed? (Tap.) Three
horses in the garage.
• What does your heart do when you sleep? Yes, she told her mother,“I noticed three
(Tap.) Go slower. horses in the garage.”

• What does your heart do when you are • What did she tell her mother? (Tap.) I noticed
scared? (Tap.) Go faster. three horses in the garage.
Yes, she said she noticed three horses in the
c. When Ben was climbing the mountain, he garage.
went up a part of the path that was narrow
and steep. • What do you think she asked her mother?
(Tap.) Did you notice that?
• Was his heart going fast or slow? (Tap.) Fast. She asked her mother,“Did you notice that?”
• Yes, his heart was going fast.
• Everybody, what do you think her mother
Say the sentence. (Tap.) His heart was going said? (Tap.) Yes, dear.
fast.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. • Her mother said,“Yes, dear.”
Say the sentence about her mother. (Tap.) Her
Exercise 10 MEERA story mother said,“Yes, dear.”

a. Meera told her mother about things she Repeat steps c and d until firm.
noticed. Meera told her mother a lie to find
out if her mother listened to her. e. After Meera told about some more things
she really noticed, she asked her mother,
• Was her mother listening to her? (Tap.) No. “Did you think some of those things were
b. Meera wanted to find out how big a lie interesting?”

she could tell before her mother listened to • What did she ask her mother? (Tap.) Did you
what she said. So on the next five mornings, think some of those things were interesting?
Meera would notice things as she was
walking, and she would tell her mother about • (Call on a student.) What do you think her
the things she noticed. mother said? (Idea: Yes, dear.)

• Would she notice things that really happened? f. Her mother said,“Yes, dear, I think all of
(Tap.) Yes. the things you noticed were very, very
interesting.”
• Would she tell her mother about those things?
(Tap.) Yes. • Was her mother lying? (Tap.) Yes.
Yes, she would notice things as she was Say the sentence. (Tap.) Her mother was lying.
walking, and she would tell her mother about
those things. • Did her mother really listen to what Meera
said? (Tap.) No.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.

g. We’ll do the last part of the story next time.


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