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Lesson 81 i. Her sister said,“I am happier than you are.”
• Say happier. (Tap.) Happier.
Exercise 12 linda and her sister story • Yes, she was happier than Linda.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She was happier than
a. I’m going to ask questions about Linda and
her sister. Linda.
Repeat steps e through i until firm.
b. Linda took the car to a station.
• What kind of station was it? (Tap.) A fire station. j. This is the end of the story.
• Who did Linda run to? (Tap.) A fireman.
c. (Call on a student.) What did she tell the Exercise 13 where do you live

fireman? (Idea: My sister is in the water and she a. Everybody, say the question: What is your
can not swim.) address? (Tap.) What is your address?
• Yes, she ran to a fireman and said,“My sister
is in the water and she can not swim.” • Here’s another way of saying, what is your
• What did she say? (Tap.) My sister is in the address: Where do you live?
water and she can not swim.
d. (Call on a student.) Who did the fireman call? • Say the question. (Tap.) Where do you live?
(Idea: The police.) Repeat step a until firm.
• The fireman called the police station. Then
five firemen and Linda got in the fire truck. b. (Point to a student.) Everybody, ask [student’s
They went back to the river. name]: Where do you live? (Tap.) Where do
• Where did they go? (Tap.) Back to the river. you live? [Student responds.]
• Did they go a little fast or very fast? (Tap.)
Very fast. • (Repeat step b with several students.)
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
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e. The truck stopped next to the river.
• How many firemen jumped in the river? (Tap.)
c. (Point to man.) The man asks,“Do you live in
Two.
Yes, two firemen jumped in the river. this city?”
• Were those firemen learning how to swim? • Say the question. (Tap.) Do you live in this city?
(Tap.) No. d. The woman says,“No, I don’t live in this city.”
• They were good swimmers. • What does she say? (Tap.) No, I don’t live in this
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They were good
city.
swimmers. • Where does she live? (Tap.) On a farm.
f. Who did they come back with? (Tap.) Linda’s • Yes, the woman says,“I live on a farm.”
• What does she say? (Tap.) I live on a farm.
sister. e. The man says,“How long have you lived
• Yes, they came back with Linda’s sister.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They came back with there?”
• Say the question. (Tap.) How long have you lived
Linda’s sister.
g. What did Linda’s sister do to thank the there?
f. The woman says,“More than 20 years.”
firemen? (Tap.) Kissed them. • How long has she lived there? (Tap.) More than
• Yes, she kissed one fireman and then the other
20 years.
fireman. Repeat steps c through f until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She kissed one fireman
Direct Instruction Spoken English
and then the other fireman.
h. Then, who kissed Linda’s sister? (Tap.) Linda.
• Linda said,“Oh, I am so happy you are okay.”
What did Linda’s sister say? (Tap.) Oh, I am so

happy you are okay.

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g. Then the woman says,“Where do you live?” d. My turn: Teach. What is somebody who
• Say the question. (Tap.) Where do you live? teaches? A teacher.
h. The man says,“I live in this city.”
• What does the man say? (Tap.) I live in this city. • Your turn: Teach. What is somebody who
i. The woman says,“How long have you lived teaches? (Tap.) A teacher.

here?” Repeat steps c and d until firm.
• Say the question. (Tap.) How long have you lived
e. Listen: Learn. What is somebody who learns?
here? (Tap.) A learner.
j. The man says,“I have lived here six years.” • Listen: Cook. What is something that cooks?
• What did he say? (Tap.) I have lived here six (Tap.) A cooker.
• Listen: Point. What is something that points?
years. (Tap.) A pointer.
• Did the man live in the city five years ago? • Listen: Paint. What is somebody who paints?
(Tap.) Yes. (Tap.) A painter.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man lived in the • Listen: Climb. What is somebody who climbs?
(Tap.) A climber.
city five years ago. • Listen: What is somebody who listens?
• Did the man live in the city seven years ago? (Tap.) A listener.
(Tap.) No. f. Remember: You can make up words that tell
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man did not live in
what somebody or something does by saying
the city seven years ago. er at the end of the word.
Repeat steps g through j until firm. Repeat steps e and f until firm.

Exercise 14 [er] Exercise 15

14 er planting things

a. (Point to er.) This says er.
• I’ll say something that people or things do.
Then I’ll say er at the end. 15
b. Listen: Teach . . . teacher.
Say those words. (Tap.) Teach, teacher.
• Learn . . . learner. a. (Point to picture 1.) Are the children planting
Say those words. (Tap.) Learn, learner.
• Paint . . . painter. things in this picture or getting ready to plant
Say those words. (Tap.) Paint, painter. things? (Tap.) Getting ready to plant things.
• Read . . . reader. • Yes, they are getting ready to plant things.
Say those words. (Tap.) Read, reader. Say the sentence. (Tap.) They are getting ready
• Write . . . writer. to plant things.
Say those words. (Tap.) Write, writer. b. What is the boy doing? (Tap.) Digging a hole.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • What is he taking out of the hole? (Tap.) Dirt.
• Yes, he is taking dirt out of the hole.
c. Listen: The words that end in er tell what Say the sentence. (Tap.) He is taking dirt out of
somebody or something does. the hole.
• Will he put seeds in the hole? (Tap.) No.
• What do the words that end in er tell? • What will he put in the hole? (Tap.) A tree.
(Tap.) What somebody or something does. • What part of the tree goes in the hole? (Tap.)
The roots.
Level 1, Presentation Book 4 • Yes, the roots go in the hole.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The roots go in the hole.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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c. (Call on a student.) What is the girl doing i. We don’t say: She is picking up flowers.
to get ready? (Ideas: Digging a place to plant We say: She is picking flowers.
something.) • What do we say? (Tap.) She is picking flowers.
j. (Call on a student.) Where will she take the
Yes, she is digging a place to plant something.
• Will she put plants in this place? (Tap.) No. flowers? (Idea: In her house.)
• What will she put in this place? (Tap.) Seeds. • (Call on a student.) What will she put the
• Yes, she will put seeds in this place.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She will put seeds in this flowers in? (Idea: Water.)
• Yes, she will put the flowers in water.
place. Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She will put
Repeat step c until firm.
the flowers in water.
d. (Point to picture 2.) What is the boy doing in Repeat steps g through j until firm.
this picture? (Call on a student. Idea: Putting
the tree in the hole.) Exercise 16 will be ing

Yes, the boy is putting the tree in the hole. a. Listen: Mr. Nelson will be flying to Chicago
• Everybody, what is the girl doing? (Tap.) soon.

Putting seeds in the ground. • Listen again: Mr. Nelson will be flying to
• Yes, she is putting seeds in the ground. Chicago soon.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She is putting seeds in
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Mr. Nelson will be flying
the ground. to Chicago soon.
e. What will the boy put in the hole after the
• What will he be doing? (Tap.) Flying to Chicago
tree is in the hole? (Tap.) Dirt. soon.
• Yes, the boy will fill the hole with dirt.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boy will fill the hole • Is he flying to Chicago now? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He is not flying to
with dirt.
f. Will the girl put dirt over the seeds? (Tap.) Yes. Chicago now.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The girl will put dirt over b. Will he be driving to Chicago? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He will not be driving to
the seeds.
Repeat steps d through f until firm. Chicago.
• Will he be walking to Chicago? (Tap.) No.
g. (Point to tree in picture 3.) What is this plant? • He will not be walking to Chicago.
(Tap.) A tree. Say the sentence. (Tap.) He will not be walking
• Is the tree growing? (Tap.) Yes.
• (Call on a student.) How do you know the to Chicago.
• What will he be doing? (Tap.) Flying to Chicago.
tree is growing? (Idea: It has leaves.) • Yes, he will be flying to Chicago.
Yes, you know it is growing because it has Say the sentence. (Tap.) He will be flying to

leaves. Chicago.
h. (Point to flowers.) What are these plants? c. Ask me: When will he be flying to Chicago?

(Tap.) Flowers. (Tap.) When will he be flying to Chicago? Soon.
• Is the girl picking flowers or planting flowers? • Yes, he will be flying to Chicago soon.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He will be flying to
(Tap.) Picking flowers.
• Yes, the girl is picking flowers. Chicago soon.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The girl is picking Repeat steps a through c until firm.

flowers.


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d. Listen: Sally will be tired this afternoon. Lesson 81
• When will she be tired? (Tap.) This afternoon.
Say the sentence about Sally. (Tap.) Sally will be f. In the story about Margie and the strange
bird, Margie told her mother and father about
tired this afternoon. the bird she saw.
e. Ask me: Why will she be tired this afternoon?
(Tap.) Why will she be tired this afternoon? • Did her father believe that she saw the
She did not sleep much during the night. strange bird? (Tap.) No.
• Listen again: She did not sleep much during
• Her father did not believe her.
the night. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Her father did not
• Why will she be tired this afternoon? (Tap.)
believe her.
She did not sleep much during the night. • Her mother wanted to believe Margie, but she
f. Ask me: When will she sleep? (Tap.) When will
couldn’t believe her.
she sleep? She will sleep at 6:30. g. Margie said,“I know what I saw. And I saw a
• When will she sleep? (Tap.) At 6:30.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She will sleep at 6:30. bird with a very long tail. I saw a bird that had
Repeat steps d through f until firm. a body that was purple, and blue, and green.”
• So Margie went online.
Exercise 17 margie story (believe) • Say online. (Tap.) Online.
Repeat steps f and g until firm.
17a believe
h. When you go online, you use a computer.
a. (Point to word believe.) This word is believe. • Say computer. (Tap.) Computer.
• Say leave. (Tap.) Leave. Repeat step h until firm.
• Say believe. (Tap.) Believe.
Repeat step a until firm.

b. When you believe what somebody says, you 17b
think it is true.

• When you don’t believe what somebody says,
you think it is false.
i. Margie looked for pictures of birds.
c. Somebody says,“I saw a pig flying in the air.” • What did she look for? (Tap.) Pictures of birds.
• What does the person say? (Tap.) I saw a pig • Yes, she looked for pictures of birds.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She looked for pictures
flying in the air.
• Do you believe that person? (Tap.) No. of birds.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) I do not believe that Repeat step i until firm.

person. She saw pictures of more than 100 birds,
d. Another person says,“I have 150 farms.” but not one looked like the bird she saw.
• What does the person say? (Tap.) I have 150
She looked for strange birds, and she saw
farms. pictures of strange birds, but not one was the
• Do you believe that person? (Tap.) No. bird she saw.
e. Your friend says,“I fell down this morning.”
• What does the person say? (Tap.) I fell down She looked for birds with many colors, and
she saw birds with many colors, but not one
this morning. was the bird she saw.
• Do you believe your friend? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps b through e until firm. She looked for beautiful birds, and she saw
more than 50 beautiful birds, but not one of
Level 1, Presentation Book 4 those beautiful birds was the one she saw.

She said,“I will try one more place that
shows pictures of birds. But that is the last
place I will look.”

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Lesson 81 Exercise 19 metal: copper

j. Did Margie look at pictures of birds in many a. How many kinds of fabric are there? (Tap.)
places or in one place? (Tap.) Many places. More than 100.

• She was going to look in how many more Say the sentence that starts with there are.
places? (Tap.) One. (Tap.) There are more than 100 kinds of fabric.
b. Listen: There are 29 kinds of metal.
Yes, only one more place. • How many kinds of metal are there? (Tap.) 29.
• She looked at ten pictures. Then she saw this Say the sentence. (Tap.) There are 29 kinds of

picture. metal.
Repeat step j until firm. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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k. Does this bird have the colors she told about?
(Tap.) Yes. c. Are these coins? (Tap.) Yes.
• Does this bird have a tail that looks like a Say the sentence. (Tap.) These are coins.
• (Point to penny.) What kind of coin is this?
hand with many fingers spread? (Tap.) Yes.
• She said,“Yes, this is the bird I saw.” (Tap.) A penny.
Repeat step k until firm. • (Point to quarter.) What kind of coin is this?

Exercise 18 stand-stood sit-sat (Tap.) A quarter.
d. What material are coins made of? (Tap.)
a. You learned a sentence about what Tom does
now. Metal.
• Yes, coins are made of metal.
Say that sentence. (Tap.) First,Tom stands up, Say the sentence. (Tap.) Coins are made of
then he sits down.
metal.
• Say the sentence about what Tom did earlier. • Are these coins made of the same metal or
(Tap.) First,Tom stood up, then he sat down.
b. Listen: All the boys sit on the grass. different metals? (Tap.) Different metals.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) All the boys sit on the Repeat steps c and d until firm.

grass. e. (Point to penny.) This coin is made of copper.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
• Say copper. (Tap.) Copper.
All the boys sat on the grass. Repeat step e until firm.
c. Listen: Jim stands in back of his house.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Jim stands in back of his f. Say: This coin is made of copper. (Tap.) This
coin is made of copper.
house.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.) • What kind of metal are pennies made of?
(Tap.) Copper.
Jim stood in back of his house.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. Say the sentence about pennies. (Tap.) Pennies
are made of copper.

Repeat step f until firm.

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Lesson 81

Exercise 20 enough

20a enough 20c

a. (Point to word enough.) This word is enough. i. Somebody wants to eat dinner.
• Say nuff. (Tap.) Nuff. • One of these dishes does not have enough
• Say enough. (Tap.) Enough.
Repeat step a until firm. food; one has more than enough food; and
one has enough food.
b. Listen: If you eat all the food you need to eat, j. (Point to dish A.) Tell me: Not enough, more
you eat enough food. than enough, or enough. (Tap.) Not enough.
• (Point to dish B.) Tell me. (Tap.) Enough.
• Say, enough food. (Tap.) Enough food. • (Point to dish C.) Tell me.(Tap.) More than
c. If a plant has all the water it needs, it has enough.
Repeat steps i and j until firm.
enough water.
• Say, enough water. (Tap.) Enough water. k. (Point to dish A.) This dish does not have
d. If the temperature of the house is 70 degrees, enough food.

the house is warm enough. Say the sentence. (Tap.) This dish does not have
• Say: The house is warm enough. (Tap.) The enough food.

house is warm enough. • (Point to dish B.) Say the sentence about this
Repeat steps b through d until firm. dish. (Tap.) This dish has enough food.

• (Point to dish C.) Say the sentence about this
dish. (Tap.) This dish has more than enough food.
20b
Repeat step k until firm.

Exercise 21 a pair of s

e. A person wants a glass of water. a. Listen: When you buy shoes, do you buy one
• What does a person want? (Tap.) A glass of shoe or a pair of shoes? (Tap.) A pair of shoes.

water. Yes, a pair of shoes is two shoes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A person wants a glass • How many is a pair of shoes? (Tap.) Two.
• How many is a pair of boys? (Tap.) Two.
of water. Say the sentence about a pair of boys. (Tap.)
Yes, a person wants a full glass of water.
f. (Point to glass A.) Does this glass have A pair of boys is two boys.
b. Listen: We call pants a pair of pants.
enough water? (Tap.) No. • What do we call pants? (Tap.) A pair of pants.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This glass does not have • (Call on a student.) Do you know why pants

enough water. are called a pair of pants? (Idea: Pants have
g. (Point to glass B.) Does this glass have two legs.)
• Yes, a pair of pants has two legs.
enough water? (Tap.) Yes. Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) A pair of
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This glass has enough pants has two legs.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.
water.
h. (Point to glass C.) Does this glass have more 13

than enough water? (Tap.) Yes.
• What does it have? (Tap.) More than enough

water.
• Yes, it has too much water.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) It has too much water.
Repeat steps e through h until firm.

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Lesson 81

E *xercise 22 measures

a. What do we use degrees to measure? (Tap.) 23b
Temperature.
c. (Point to boy 1.) Say the sentence about what
• What do we use years to measure? (Tap.) this boy did. (Tap.) This boy broke his arm.
Time.
• Say the sentence about what this boy has.
• What do we use months to measure? (Tap.) (Tap.) This boy has a broken arm.
Time. d. (Point to boy 2.) Say the sentence about what

b. What do we use inches to measure? (Tap.) this boy did. (Tap.) This boy broke his leg.
Length. • Say the sentence about what this boy has.

• What do we use dollars to measure? (Tap.) (Tap.) This boy has a broken leg.
Money. e. (Point to boy 3.) Say the sentence about what

• What do we use feet to measure? (Tap.) this boy did. (Tap.) This boy broke his ankle.
Length. • Say the sentence about what this boy has.

c. What do we use cents to measure? (Tap.) (Tap.) This boy has a broken ankle.
Money. Repeat steps c through e until firm.

• What do we use miles to measure? (Tap.) Exercise 24 in on
Length.

• What do we use minutes to measure? (Tap.)
Time.

Repeat steps a through c until firm.

E *xercise 23 broken bones a. Listen: If you dig a hole in the ground for
seeds, do the seeds go in the ground or on
23a the ground? (Tap.) In the ground.

a. (Point to bones in picture A.) What are these? Say the sentence about where the seeds go.
(Tap.) Bones. (Tap.) The seeds go in the ground.
• Yes, these are bones. • If you throw grass seed without digging a
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These are bones.
b. (Point to broken bone in picture B.) What hole, do the seeds go in the ground or on the
ground? (Tap.) On the ground.
does this picture show? (Tap.) A broken bone. Say the sentence about where the seeds go.
• Yes, this picture shows a broken leg bone. (Tap.) The seeds go on the ground.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This picture shows a • Before you turn a key, does the key go in the
lock or on the lock? (Tap.) In the lock.
broken leg bone. Say the sentence about where the key goes.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. (Tap.) The key goes in the lock.
• When dogs go swimming, do they go on the
water or in the water? (Tap.) In the water.
Say the sentence about where the dogs go.
(Tap.) The dogs go in the water.
Repeat step a until firm.

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Lesson 81

b. When people go for a ride in a bus, do they d. Do people put clothes in a dresser or on a
go in the bus or on the bus? (Tap.) In the bus. dresser? (Tap.) In a dresser.

Say the sentence about where people go. Say the sentence. (Tap.) People put clothes in
(Tap.) People go in the bus. a dresser.
• When people ride bicycles, do they sit in
• Do people put things on a table or in a table?
the bicycles or on the bicycles? (Tap.) On the (Tap.) On a table.
bicycles. Say the sentence. (Tap.) People put things on
Say the sentence about where they sit. (Tap.)
They sit on bicycles. a table.
• When people go to a park, are they in the • Do people put food on a refrigerator or in
park or on the park? (Tap.) In the park.
Say the sentence about where they are. (Tap.) a refrigerator? (Tap.) In a refrigerator.
They are in the park. Say the sentence. (Tap.) People put food in a
• When there are shadows, is a bird in the
shadows or on the shadows? (Tap.) In the refrigerator.
shadows. Repeat step d until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bird is in the shadows.
Repeat step b until firm. Exercise 25 farther farthest

c. If people go through a door, do they go in the 25
house or on the house? (Tap.) In the house.
a. Look at the picture. ✓
Say the sentence about where they go. (Tap.)
They go in the house. • Who is farthest from the pig? (Tap.) The man.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man is farthest
• Do people go in a room or on a room? (Tap.)
In a room. from the pig.
b. Is the horse or the dog farther from the man?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) People go in a room.
• Do birds sit in a branch or on a branch? (Tap.) (Tap.) The dog.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The dog is farther from
On a branch.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Birds sit on a branch. the man.
• Do people live in a city or on a city? (Tap.) • Is the red building or the green building

In a city. farther from the pig? (Tap.) The green building.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) People live in a city. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The green building is
Repeat step c until firm.
farther from the pig.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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