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QE-DISE-192

QE-DISE-192

Lesson 96

Exercise 11 mixed review Exercise 12 liz amy mike story (step)

a. Do cats have tails? (Tap.) Yes. a. Liz, Amy, and Mike had six meetings before
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Cats have tails. they finished making plans for the race.
• Do cats wag their tails when they are happy?
(Tap.) No. • How many meetings did they have? (Tap.) Six.
• What kind of animal wags its tail when it is • (Call on a student.) What did they do during

happy? (Tap.) A dog. these meetings? (Idea: Planned where and when
• Yes, a dog wags its tail when it is happy. to race.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A dog wags its tail when Yes, they had to plan where to race and when
to race.
it is happy. • At last they finished their planning.
Repeat step a until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap.) At last they finished
their planning.
b. How many seasons are in a year? (Tap.) Four. b. They agreed about the three races. The first
• What’s the coldest season? (Tap.) Winter. race would be the shortest race.
• Start with winter and name the four seasons • How long was that race? (Tap.) One block long.
c. Five days after the shortest race, they would
of the year. (Tap.) Winter, spring, summer, fall. have the middle race.
c. Listen: Do flowers come out in the winter or • How long was that race? (Tap.) Half a mile long.
d. One week after the middle race, they would
the spring? (Tap.) The spring. have the longest race.
d. In which season do leaves turn color and drop • How long was that race? (Tap.) One mile long.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
from trees? (Tap.) Fall.
• Yes, in the fall, leaves turn color and drop from e. They would have all the races in Lilly Park.
• Where would they have the races? (Tap.) In
trees.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) In the fall, leaves turn Lilly Park.
f. The first race was to start at 9 in the morning
color and drop from trees.
e. What season comes after fall? (Tap.) Winter. on Saturday. The friends would race one
• What season comes after spring? (Tap.) Summer. block on the east side of the park.
• What season comes after summer? (Tap.) Fall. • How far would they race? (Tap.) One block.
Repeat steps b through e until firm. • Where would they race? (Tap.) On the east side
of the park.
f. How many months are there in a year? (Tap.) 12. g. Mike made a line on the sidewalk to show
Say the sentence that starts with there are. where they would start. He made another
line to show where the runners would finish
(Tap.) There are 12 months in a year. the race.
• Name the months of the year. (Tap.) January, • Listen again: He made another line to show
where the runners would finish the race.
February, March, April, May, June, July, August, • What did that line show? (Tap.) Where the
September, October, November, December. runners would finish the race.
• How many days are there in a year? (Tap.) 365. h. Listen: How far was it from the starting line
Say the sentence. (Tap.) There are 365 days in to the finish line? (Tap.) One block.
a year. • Yes, it was one block from the starting line to
g. How many days are there in a week? (Tap.) the finish line.
Seven. Say the sentence. (Tap.) It was one block from
Say the sentence. (Tap.) There are seven days in the starting line to the finish line.
a week. Repeat steps e through h until firm.
• Name the days of the week. (Tap.) Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Direct Instruction Spoken English
Saturday.
Repeat steps f and g until firm.

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i. Liz, Amy, and Mike came to the park early. q. At 9 o’clock, 40 people were watching Liz,
Mike was there first. He did some things to Amy, and Mike as they lined up at the starting
get ready for the race. line.

• Say ready. (Tap.) Ready. • Where did they line up? (Tap.) At the starting
• Say, get ready for the race. (Tap.) Get ready for line.

the race. r. Amy’s father was the starter.
Repeat step i until firm. • What was he? (Tap.) The starter.
Yes, he started the race.
j. The first thing he did was shake his arms and • He held his hand up and said,“Get ready.”
legs.
Then he dropped his hand and shouted,“Go.”
• (Call on a student.) Show me how you would • The race was on.
shake your arms. [Student responds.] Repeat steps n through r until firm.

k. Then he got down on the grass. He got on his s. We’ll find out more next time.
back. Then he pulled his knees up close to his
chest. He did that ten times. Exercise 13 wallet driver’s license

• Who can show me how he pulled one of his a. Listen: Tom had a few dollar bills in his wallet.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tom had a few dollar
knees close to his chest? ✓
bills in his wallet.
(Call on a student.) [Student responds.] • Did he have more than 30 dollar bills in his
l. Then Mike ran one block slowly. Then he ran
wallet? (Tap.) No.
one block a little faster. Then he said,“I am • Did he have less than 30 dollar bills in his
ready to race.”
• What did he say? (Tap.) I am ready to race. wallet? (Tap.) Yes.
m. Amy got ready a different way. First, she b. Listen: He had less than five dollar bills in his
walked all the way around the park. Then she
ran slowly across the park, from one side to wallet.
the other. Then she ran fast for ten steps. Say the sentence. (Tap.) He had less than five
• Say step. (Tap.) Step.
Repeat steps j through m until firm. dollar bills in his wallet.
• Here’s another way to say the same thing:
n. You take a step every time you put your foot • He had fewer than five dollar bills in his
down.
wallet.
• I will walk five steps. Say the sentence. (Tap.) He had fewer than five
• Count the steps with me. (Walk five steps as
dollar bills in his wallet.
you and students count:)1 step, 2 steps, 3 steps, Repeat steps a and b until firm.
4 steps, 5 steps.
• How many steps did I take? (Tap.) Five. c. He did not have a driver’s license in his wallet.
o. Amy ran ten steps very fast. Then she ran Say the sentence. (Tap.) He did not have a
twenty steps. Then she ran 25 steps. Then she
said,“I am ready.” driver’s license in his wallet.
p. Liz got ready a different way. She stood in d. Ask me: Why didn’t Tom have a driver’s
one place and jumped up and down 50 times.
• Listen again: She stood in one place and license? (Tap.) Why didn’t Tom have a driver’s
jumped up and down 50 times. license? He was only nine years old.
• Did she run or walk? (Tap.) No. • Why didn’t Tom have a driver’s license? (Tap.)
• What did she do? (Tap.) Jumped up and down He was only nine years old.
50 times. • Was he old enough to drive a car? (Tap.) No.
• Then she said,“I’m ready to race.” Say the sentence. (Tap.) He was not old enough
• What did she say? (Tap.) I’m ready to race. to drive a car.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
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Lesson 96 Exercise 15 going on a trip

Exercise 14 carry both boxes review a. Listen: Jamie is going on a trip.
• Ask me: When will he be leaving? (Tap.) When
a. You learned a sentence: She tried to carry
both boxes to her car. will he be leaving?
• He’ll be leaving on April 15th.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She tried to carry both Say the sentence. (Tap.) He’ll be leaving on April
boxes to her car.
15th.
• How many boxes did she have? (Tap.) Two. b. Ask me: What day of the week is April 15th?
• Could she carry them all the way to her car?
(Tap.) What day of the week is April 15th?
(Tap.) No. Tuesday.
b. (Call on a student.) Do you remember how • What day is April 15th? (Tap.) Tuesday.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) April 15th is Tuesday.
far she could carry both boxes? (Idea: 30 • So will he leave on Tuesday? (Tap.) Yes.
feet.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) He will leave on
• Yes, she could carry both boxes 30 feet.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She could Tuesday.
carry both boxes 30 feet. c. Ask me: Will he ride in a bus or drive himself?
c. (Call on a student.) Then what did she do? (Tap.) Will he ride in a bus or drive himself?
(Idea: Put one box down and carried the other • Jamie will drive himself.
box.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) Jamie will drive himself.
• Yes, she put one box down and carried the Repeat steps a through c until firm.
other box.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She put one d. Ask me: On what date will he come back?
box down and carried the other box. (Tap.) On what date will he come back?
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• He will come back on Sunday.
d. Were the boxes the same size? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) He will come back on
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boxes were not the
Sunday.
same size. e. Ask me: What will he do on Thursday? (Tap.)
e. One box was bigger and one box was smaller.
• Which box did she put down? (Tap.) The What will he do on Thursday? On Thursday, he
will climb a mountain in California.
smaller box. • Listen again: On Thursday, he will climb a
• Which box did she carry? (Tap.) The bigger mountain in California.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) On Thursday, he will
box. climb a mountain in California.
• Yes, she put down the smaller box and carried Repeat steps d and e until firm.

the bigger box.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She put down the

smaller box and carried the bigger box.
f. Then she went back and got the smaller box.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then she went back and

got the smaller box.
• How many boxes were in her car now? (Tap.)

Two.
Say the sentence about both boxes. (Tap.) Both

boxes were in her car now.
Repeat steps d through f until firm.

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Exercise 16 ben and chuck story (heart) Lesson 96

a. At sunrise on July 10th, Chuck parked his car Ben’s legs felt strong. He felt good.
in a meadow that was close to the mountain Todd felt the path with his cane. From time
that Chuck,Todd, and Ben would climb. to time, Chuck would say,“Step down here,”
or “There’s a rock on the right side of the
• (Call on a student.) Do you remember what path.”
a meadow is? (Idea: A place that has grass but From time to time, the climbers would stop
no trees.) and talk. Chuck would point things out to Ben
and Todd.
• Yes, a meadow is a place that has grass but The third time the path went around the
no trees. mountain, the path became very narrow.
Chuck turned around and said,“We’re coming
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) A meadow to a place that could be dangerous. Look at
is a place that has grass but no trees. the path, Ben, but don’t look down.”
Ben walked about 50 feet without looking
b. Ben was a little scared. He wondered if he down. Then he looked down, and he was
was doing the right thing. Every time he sorry that he did that. The mountain next
thought about not climbing the mountain, he to the path dropped down for hundreds of
thought about Todd. Then he said to himself, feet—down, down, down. If a person fell off
“If Todd can climb that mountain, I can climb the path, he would drop down hundreds of
that mountain.” feet. Ben could feel his heart in his chest. He
thought he could hear his heart. It was going,
• What did he say to himself? (Tap.) If Todd can Thump! Thump! Thump! He called to Chuck,
climb that mountain, I can climb that mountain. “How far is this path like this?”
Chuck said,“Not far. Maybe 200 feet.”
Repeat steps a and b until firm. Ben thought he could not walk that
far. He thought his legs were so weak that
c. The path was wide at the bottom. So the men they would not carry him. He thought he
walked next to each other. The path went up was going to fall. As he was thinking these
and around the east side of the mountain. thoughts,Todd was saying,“Chuck, did you
remember to bring lunch?”
• Remember, this path went up and, at the same Chuck said,“Yeah, I have everything here. I
time, it went around the mountain. fixed some great sandwiches and I have some
salad and a few pieces of candy. Do you want
• After the path had gone around half of the a piece of candy now?”
mountain, it became narrow. The men couldn’t Todd said,“No, thanks.”
walk next to each other. So Chuck went first,
Todd followed him, and Ben followed Todd.

• Who was first? (Tap.) Chuck.
• Who was last? (Tap.) Ben.
d. The morning air was cold and there was no

wind. Earlier, Chuck told Ben that it would
take three hours to get to the top of the
mountain. But it would take less than two
hours to climb down the mountain.
• Would it take longer to go up the mountain
or to go down the mountain? (Tap.) To go up
the mountain.
• How long would it take to go up? (Tap.) Three
hours.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.

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e. Ben was thinking,“How can they talk about g. There was no sound for five seconds. Then he
food. I could not eat one mouthful of food.” heard the rock make a loud sound.

• Say, not one mouthful of food. (Tap.) Not one • How long was that rock in the air? (Tap.) Five
mouthful of food. seconds.

Repeat step e until firm. h. That’s a long time for something to drop.
That rock dropped over 400 feet. Ben said
The only thing Ben could think about was to himself,“I should not have come on this
how he would take the next step. He would mountain climb.”
have to keep one hand on the mountain, and
he would have to stay close to that side of the • Listen again: I should not have come on this
mountain. He told himself,“Take a step with mountain climb.
your left foot. Now take a step with your
right foot. Now take a step with . . . ” • What did he say? (Tap.) I should not have come
on this mountain climb.
Chuck said to Todd,“Watch out. We’re
coming up to a little pile of rocks on the left • Was Ben scared? (Tap.) Yes.
side.” Say the sentence that tells how Ben felt. (Tap.)

f. Ben didn’t want to say anything, but the words Ben felt scared.
came out of his mouth,“Oh, no.” Repeat steps g and h until firm.

• What words came out of his mouth? (Tap.) Exercise 17 (warm) cold-blooded
Oh, no.

Repeat step f until firm.
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Todd asked,“Are you OK?”
“Yeah,” Ben said. “I’m fine.” He did not tell
the truth. a. Some animals are warm-blooded.
“Stop a second,” Chuck said. “I want to • (Call on a student.) Tell me the names of some
kick some of these rocks off the path.” Ben
watched Chuck kick the first rock. It was animals that are warm-blooded. (Ideas: Birds;
about ten inches from one side to the other. horses; pigs; dogs; cats; cows; people.)
He watched the rock go down the side of the • Does the body temperature of a warm-
mountain. Then he could not see the rock. blooded animal change when the outside
temperature changes? (Tap.) No.
• The body temperature of a warm-blooded
animal does not change when the outside
temperature changes.
b. Are we warm-blooded? (Tap.) Yes.
• Our body temperature is 98 point 6 degrees
when it is warm outside.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Our body temperature
is 98 point 6 degrees when it is warm outside.
• What is our body temperature when it is cold
outside? (Tap.) 98 point 6 degrees.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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c. (Point to the picture.) These animals are not Lesson 96
warm-blooded.
Exercise 18 jennie and her brother
• These animals are cold-blooded.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These animals are cold- a. Jennie liked to drink tea that had a lot of
sugar in it.
blooded.
d. Tell me the names of these animals. • Listen again: Jennie liked to drink tea that had
• (Touch frog.) (Tap.) Frog. a lot of sugar in it.
• (Touch fish.) (Tap.) Fish.
• (Touch beetle.) (Tap.) Beetle. Say the sentence about what Jennie liked to
• (Touch fly.) (Tap.) Fly. do. (Tap.) Jennie liked to drink tea that had a lot
• (Touch spider.) (Tap.) Spider. of sugar in it.
e. Are these animals warm-blooded or cold-
Repeat step a until firm.
blooded? (Tap.) Cold-blooded.
Yes, they are cold-blooded. b. One day, she asked her brother,“Would you
• Their body temperature is higher on hot days put some sugar in this tea for me?”

and lower on cold days. • “Yes,” he said. “How much sugar do you
• When is their body temperature higher? (Tap.) want?”

On hot days. c. She said,“Two spoonfuls, please.”
Say the sentence about their body • What did she say? (Tap.) Two spoonfuls, please.
• Then she said,“I like tea that is very sweet.”
temperature. (Tap.) Their body temperature is d. A few minutes later, her brother came back
higher on hot days.
• When is their body temperature lower? (Tap.) and handed the teacup to Jennie.
On cold days. • What did her brother do after he came back?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Their body temperature
is lower on cold days. (Tap.) Handed the teacup to Jennie.
Repeat steps c through e until firm. • She said,“Thank you.”
e. Then she took a little drink of tea and started
f. Listen: When the outside temperature is 45
degrees, what is the body temperature of a to cough. She made a face and said,“This tea
fly? (Tap.) 45 degrees. is not sweet. This tea is salty.”
• How did her tea taste? (Tap.) Salty.
• When the outside temperature is 92 degrees, f. Her brother didn’t put sugar in her tea.
what is the body temperature of a fly? (Tap.) • What did he put in her tea? (Tap.) Salt.
92 degrees. Repeat steps b through f until firm.

• Remember: The body temperature of g. Her brother ran out of the room laughing.
cold-blooded animals changes when the Then he turned around and said,“That was
temperature changes. funny.”

g. Raise your hand if you ever noticed that on • What did he say? (Tap.) That was funny.
h. Then she said,“You will pay for doing that.”
cold mornings flies are slow. ✓ • She jumped up, filled a plastic bottle with cold

• When the temperature is high, are flies faster? water, and started to run after him.
(Tap.) Yes. • Listen again: She jumped up, filled a plastic
• Yes, their bodies work faster when the
bottle with cold water, and started to run
temperature is higher. after him.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Their bodies work faster i. (Call on a student.) What do you think his
sister wanted to do? (Idea: Throw cold water
when the temperature is higher. on him.)
Repeat steps f and g until firm. Repeat steps g through i until firm.

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j. At that time, their mother shouted,“Stop d. (Call on a student.) What did they talk about?
arguing and fighting.” (Idea: The party they wanted to have.)
• Did they want to have a party? (Tap.) Yes.
• What did she say? (Tap.) Stop arguing and Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) They
fighting.
wanted to have a party.
k. Jennie and her brother heard their mother, • They talked about the party they wanted to have.
but they didn’t stop. Jennie’s brother ran out Say the sentence. (Tap.) They talked about the
of the house and into the backyard. She ran
right after him. Then she caught him. party they wanted to have.
e. Did Sid meet all the people in the same place?
• Ask me: What did she do when she caught
him? (Tap.) What did she do when she caught (Tap.) No.
him? Say the sentence. (Tap.) Sid did not meet all the

l. (Call on a student.) What do you think she people in the same place.
did? (Idea: Threw the cold water on him.) • He met some of them in one place and some

• Yes, she threw the cold water on him. of them in another place.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She threw f. (Call on a student.) How many people did he

the cold water on him. meet in the first place? Three.
Repeat steps j through l until firm. • Yes, he met three people in the first place.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He met
Exercise 19 sid story (knew met)
three people in the first place.
a. You learned a sentence about Sid: He knows g. (Call on a student.) How many people did he
all the people he will meet in the park.
meet in the second place? Four.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He knows all the people Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He met
he will meet in the park.
four people in the second place.
• That sentence tells what will happen. • Did he know all the people he met in the
b. Here’s the sentence that tells what happened:
Sid knew all the people he met in the park. park? (Tap.) Yes.
• We don’t say: Sid knowed all the people he Say the sentence. (Tap.) He knew all the people

meeted in the park. he met in the park.
• We say: Sid knew all the people he met in Repeat steps d through g until firm.

the park. Exercise 20 do you understand
c. Say: Sid knew all the people. (Tap.) Sid knew all
a. I will say words you do not understand.
the people.
• Say: He met in the park. (Tap.) He met in the You will ask me what these words mean.

park. b. Listen: Buddy.
• Say: Sid knew all the people he met in the park. • Say buddy. (Tap.) Buddy.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
(Tap.) Sid knew all the people he met in the park.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. c. Ask me what buddy means. (Tap.) What does
buddy mean? A buddy is a good friend.
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• What is a buddy? (Tap.) A good friend.
• What is another way of saying a good friend?

(Tap.) A buddy.
• What’s another way of saying: Linda is my

good friend? (Tap.) Linda is my buddy.
• What’s another way of saying: Joe has three

buddies? (Tap.) Joe has three good friends.
Repeat step c until firm.

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d. Listen: Residence. Exercise 21 ful
• Say residence. (Tap.) Residence.
Repeat step d until firm. a. Listen: What do we call a person who is full of
thought? (Tap.) A thoughtful person.
e. Ask me: What does residence mean? (Tap.)
What does residence mean? Your residence is • What do we call a person who is full of help?
the place you live. (Tap.) A helpful person.
Yes, a helpful person is a person who helps
• What is your residence? (Tap.) The place you
live. people.
• What do we call a sentence that is full of
Repeat step e until firm.
truth? (Tap.) A truthful sentence.
f. Listen: Alternative. • What do we call a person who is full of truth?
• Say alternative. (Tap.) Alternative. (Tap.) A truthful person.
Repeat step f until firm. • What do we call a sentence that is full of

g. Do you know what alternative means? (Tap.) hate? (Tap.) A hateful sentence.
No. Repeat step a until firm.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) I do not know what b. What do we call a room that is full of
alternative means. wonder? (Tap.) A wonderful room.

• Ask me: What does alternative mean? (Tap.) • What do we call a child who is full of play?
What does alternative mean? An alternative is (Tap.) A playful child.
another way to do something.
• What do we call children who are full of play?
• What is an alternative? (Tap.) Another way to (Tap.) Playful children.
do something.
Repeat step b until firm.
h. You can walk to a place.
• An alternative is to ride your bike to that c. What do we call directions that are full of
use? (Tap.) Useful directions.
place.
Repeat steps g and h until firm. • What do we call directions that are full of
help? (Tap.) Helpful directions.
i. Listen: Turquoise.
• Say turquoise. (Tap.) Turquoise. • What do we call people who are full of help?
Repeat step i until firm. (Tap.) Helpful people.

j. Do you understand what turquoise means? d. Are doctors helpful if you are very sick? (Tap.)
(Tap.) No. Yes.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) I do not understand • Are dogs helpful if you are very sick? (Tap.)
what turquoise means. No.

• Ask me: What does turquoise mean? (Tap.) e. What do we call a story that is full of
What does turquoise mean? Turquoise is a color wonder? (Tap.) A wonderful story.
that is blue-green.
• What do we call a picture that is full of
• What is turquoise? (Tap.) A color that is blue- beauty? (Tap.) A beautiful picture.
green.
Repeat steps c through e until firm.
Repeat step j until firm.

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Exercise 22 doreen story (lie) g. Doreen told her,“Another thing I noticed was
20 boys in Mr. Green’s backyard were making
a. Last time, Doreen didn’t know if her mother a big, big plane. Did you notice that?”
was really listening to her.
• The story about the boys making a plane was
• What would her mother always say? (Tap.) a lie. You lie when you tell about something
Yes, dear. that did not really happen.

• Did her mother act like she was interested in • Say lie. (Tap.) Lie.
the things Doreen noticed? (Tap.) Yes. • Say: Tell a lie. (Tap.) Tell a lie.
h. Yes, when you tell about something that did
b. Her mother told Doreen that the things she
noticed were interesting. not really happen, you tell a lie.
• What do you do when you tell about
• What do we call things we want to know
about? (Tap.) Interesting. something that did not really happen? (Tap.)
Tell a lie.
Yes, those are interesting things. Yes, you tell a lie.
• Are things we don’t want to know about Repeat steps g and h until firm.

interesting or not interesting? (Tap.) Not i. Doreen said that 20 boys were in Mr. Green’s
interesting. backyard making a big plane.
• (Call on a student.) Do you think the
things Doreen said were interesting or not • There were no boys in Mr. Green’s backyard.
interesting? [Student responds.] And nobody was building a plane.
• (Call on several more students.) [Students
respond.] • Were any boys making a plane? (Tap.) No.
c. Doreen asked herself the question,“Does • How many boys were in Mr. Green’s
mother really listen to me?”
• Did she know the answer? (Tap.) No. backyard? (Tap.) None.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. • So Doreen told a lie about the boys making

d. She had a plan to find out the answer. a plane.
• She went on her walk that morning. She came Say the sentence. (Tap.) Doreen told a lie about

back and went into the kitchen. the boys making a plane.
• (Call on a student.) What do you think her j. After Doreen told about the boys building a

mother was doing? (Idea: Cooking breakfast.) plane, she asked her mother a question.
• Her mother was cooking breakfast. • (Call on a student.) What question did she ask
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Her mother
her mother? Did you notice that?
was cooking breakfast. Yes, she asked,“Did you notice that?”
e. Doreen said,“Mother, I noticed Mr. Franks’ car • Everybody, what do you think her mother

is very dirty.” said? (Tap.) Yes, dear.
• What was very dirty? (Tap.) Mr. Franks’ car. k. Her mother said,“Yes, dear.”
• Yes, Doreen noticed that Mr. Franks’ car was • Was Doreen’s mother lying? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, her mother was lying.
very dirty. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Her mother was lying.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Doreen noticed that Mr. l. Doreen lied to find out if her mother was

Franks’ car was very dirty. lying.
f. Then she asked her mother,“Did you notice Repeat steps i through l until firm.

that?” Direct Instruction Spoken English
• What do you think her mother said? (Tap.)

Yes, dear.
• Her mother said,“Yes, dear.”
Repeat steps d through f until firm.

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