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Exercise 1 calendar date f. (Touch 16.) My turn: What day of the week is
June 16th? (Move up column and touch day.)
1 Thursday.

a. (Point to calendar.) This is a calendar. • Your turn: What day of the week is June 16th?
A calendar shows dates. (Tap.) Thursday.

• Say calendar. (Tap.) Calendar. g. (Touch 14.) What day of the week is June
• Say dates. (Tap.) Dates. 14th? (Tap.) Tuesday.
Repeat step a until firm.
• (Move up column to Tuesday.) Yes, June 14th is
b. Say: A calendar shows dates. (Tap.) A calendar on a Tuesday.
shows dates.
h. (Touch 1.) What day of the week is June 1st?
• What does a calendar show? (Tap.) Dates. (Tap.) Wednesday.
• What shows dates? (Tap.) A calendar.
• Yes, June 1st is on a Wednesday.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A calendar shows dates. • (Touch 2.) What day of the week is June 2nd?
c. This calendar shows dates for the month of
(Tap.) Thursday.
June. Repeat steps f through h until firm.
• What month? (Tap.) June.
d. (Point to 7.) The date for this day is June 7th. i. Raise your hand when you know the date of
• What’s the date for this day? (Tap.) June 7th.
the first Saturday in June. ✓
(Point to 8.) What’s the date for this day?
(Tap.) June 8th. • What’s the date of the first Saturday in June?
• (Point to 15.) What’s the date for this day? (Tap.) June 4th.
(Tap.) June 15th.
Repeat steps b through d until firm. • What’s the date of the second Saturday in
June? (Tap.) June 11th.
e. (Point to days of week.) These are the days of
the week. j. Raise your hand when you know the date of

• Say the names as I touch them. (Touch names the first Sunday in June. ✓
as students say:) Sunday, Monday,Tuesday,
Wednesday,Thursday, Friday, Saturday. • What’s the date of the first Sunday in June?
(Tap.) June 5th.
Repeat step e until firm.
k. Raise your hand when you know the date of

the last Sunday in June. ✓

• What’s the date of the last Sunday in June.
(Tap.) June 26th.

Repeat steps i through k until firm.

l. Remember: A calendar shows dates.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A calendar shows dates.

Repeat step l until firm.

Exercise 2 nice f. At the end of the story, were the sister and
brother mad at each other? (Tap.) No.
a. You learned the word nice. Nice is another
word for good. • At the end of the story, the sister and brother
were not mad at each other.
• What’s another way to say a good meal?
(Tap.) A nice meal. • Listen again: At the end of the story, the sister
and brother were not mad at each other.
• What’s another way to say a good time? Say the sentence. (Tap.) At the end of the story,
(Tap.) A nice time. the sister and brother were not mad at each other.

b. What’s another way to say: They had a good g. At the end of the story, were they fighting?
time at the ocean? (Tap.) They had a nice time (Tap.) No.
at the ocean. Say the sentence. (Tap.) At the end of the story,
they were not fighting.
• What’s another way to say: The room looked
good after they fixed it? (Tap.) The room looked Repeat steps f and g until firm.
nice after they fixed it.
Exercise 3 speak
• What’s another way to say: The walls and the
ceiling were a good color? (Tap.) The walls and a. Listen: Speak.
the ceiling were a nice color.
• Say speak. (Tap.) Speak.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. Repeat step a until firm.

c. Remember, the boy and the girl were fighting b. Say, speak English. (Tap.) Speak English.
over something.
• Say: Speak in a loud voice. (Tap.) Speak in a
• What were they fighting over? (Tap.) A book.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They were fighting over loud voice.
a book. Repeat step b until firm.

d. Who stopped the fight? (Tap.) Their mother. c. Here’s a new sentence: Our teacher teaches
• (Call on a student.) What did their mother tell us to speak English.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Our teacher teaches us
each of them? (Idea: Do something nice for the to speak English.
other person.)
Yes, she told them they had to do something d. When you speak English, you say things in
nice for the other person. English.
e. (Call on a student.) What nice thing did the
boy do for the girl? (Idea: Gave her flowers.) • Listen again: When you speak English, you say
Yes, the boy picked some beautiful flowers and things in English.
gave them to her. Say the sentence. (Tap.) When you speak
• (Call on a student.) What nice thing did the English, you say things in English.
girl do for the boy? (Idea: Said he could have
the book for a week.) e. When you speak in a loud voice, you say
Yes, she said that he could have the book for things in a loud voice.
a week. Say the sentence. (Tap.) When you speak in a
Repeat steps c through e until firm. loud voice, you say things in a loud voice.

• When you say answers to questions, you
speak.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) When you say answers
to questions, you speak.

Repeat steps c through e until firm.

f. Listen to the new sentence: Our teacher c. Are any windows open on this car? (Tap.) Yes.
teaches us to speak English. • How many windows are open? (Tap.) One.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Our teacher teaches us
to speak English. Say the sentence. (Tap.) One window is open.
d. Listen: That window is not open all the way.
• Here’s the sentence about an earlier time:
Our teacher taught us to speak English. Say the sentence. (Tap.) That window is not open
all the way.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.) • Is that window open all the way? (Tap.) No.
Our teacher taught us to speak English. • Yes, that window is open halfway.
Say the sentence about that window. (Tap.)
g. Are you learning to speak English? (Tap.) Yes. That window is open halfway.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) I am learning to speak e. Are any doors open? (Tap.) Yes.
English. • How many doors are open? (Tap.) One.
Yes, you are becoming good speakers of • Is that door open as far as it can go? (Tap.)
English. Yes.
• Yes, that door is open as far as it can go.
• What are you becoming? (Tap.) Good speakers Say the sentence. (Tap.) That door is open as far
of English. as it can go.
f. Is anything else open on this car? (Tap.) Yes.
• Say the sentence that starts with we. (Tap.) • What is open? (Tap.) The trunk.
We are becoming good speakers of English. Say the sentence about the trunk. (Tap.) The
trunk is open.
Repeat steps f and g until firm. Repeat steps c through f until firm.

Exercise 4 parts of car review g. (Point to hood.) What part of the car is under
the hood? (Tap.) The engine.
4
• Can you see this car’s engine? (Tap.) No.
a. I’ll point to different parts of the car. h. If the car doors are locked, what does a
Tell me the names of the parts I point to.
person need to open the door? (Tap.) A key.
b. (Point to door.) (Tap.) Door. Yes, a person needs a key to open a door.
• (Point to window.) (Tap.) Window. • (Call on a student.) What else does the
• (Point to hood.) (Tap.) Hood. person need a key for? (Idea: To start the car.)
• (Point to trunk.) (Tap.) Trunk. • Yes, a person needs a key to start the car.
• (Point to front bumper.) (Tap.) Bumper. Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) A person
• (Point to wheels.) (Tap.) Wheels. needs a key to start the car.
• (Point to seat.) (Tap.) Seat. i. Listen: If you are going on a long drive for six
Repeat steps a and b until firm. days, you take a lot of things with you.
• Where do you put those things? (Tap.) In the
trunk.
Yes, you put those things in the car’s trunk.
• Is the trunk a container? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, a trunk is made to hold things.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A trunk is made to hold
things.
Repeat steps g through i until firm.

Exercise 5 sheets c. Ask me: How is the small girl like the tall boy?
(Tap.) How is the small girl like the tall boy?
5
• (Call on a student.) Answer the question.
a. (Point to sheets.) What color are these sheets? (Idea: Both of them are .)
(Tap.) White.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These sheets are white. • We can say both of them are holding a dog.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Both of
• How many sheets are on the bed? (Tap.) Two. them are holding a dog.
• Yes, two sheets are on the bed.
d. Ask me: How is the tall girl like the small boy?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Two sheets are on the (Tap.) How is the tall girl like the small boy?
bed.
b. Listen: There is a top sheet and a bottom • Both of them are wearing a hat and holding
sheet. a book.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) There is a top sheet and Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Both of
a bottom sheet. them are wearing a hat and holding a book.
• What is on top of the sheets? (Tap.) A blanket.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A blanket is on top of Repeat steps a through d until firm.
the sheets.
c. Remember sheets. Exercise 7 gifts
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
7

Exercise 6 both of them a. Are there gifts under this Christmas tree?
(Tap.) Yes.
6
• Yes, there are gifts under this Christmas tree.
a. Ask me: How is the tall girl like the tall boy? Say the sentence. (Tap.) There are gifts under
(Tap.) How is the tall girl like the tall boy? this Christmas tree.

• (Call on a student.) Answer the question. b. Remember: Gifts are things that people give
(Idea: Both of them are .) to other people.

• We can say both of them are tall. • What are gifts? (Tap.) Things that people give to
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Both of other people.
things that people give to other people.
b. Ask me: How is the tall girl like the small girl?
(Tap.) How is the tall girl like the small girl? c. What is the date of Christmas? (Tap.)
December 25th.
• (Call on a student.) Answer the question. (Idea: Yes, Christmas is December 25th.
Both of them are .)
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• We can say both of them are girls.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Both of Exercise 8 soft
them are girls.
a. You learned about loud things.

• The opposite of loud is soft.
• Say soft. (Tap.) Soft.
Repeat step a until firm.

b. What’s the opposite of loud? (Tap.) Soft. c. (Touch open drawer.) What is this part of a
Say the sentence about the opposite of loud. dresser? (Tap.) A drawer.
(Tap.) The opposite of loud is soft.
• Yes, this part of a dresser is a drawer.
c. What’s the opposite of a loud radio? (Tap.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) This part of a dresser is

• What’s the opposite of a loud voice? (Tap.) • How many drawers are open? (Tap.) One.
A soft voice. Say the sentence. (Tap.) One drawer is open.

d. Say this sentence in a loud voice: I am talking. d. Raise your hand when you know how many
(Tap.) I AM TALKING.
drawers are closed. ✓
• Say this sentence in a soft voice: I am talking.
(Tap.) I am talking. • How many drawers of this dresser are closed?
(Tap.) Five.
Repeat steps b through d until firm.
• Yes, five drawers of this dresser are closed.
e. Tell me if I speak in a loud voice or a soft Say the sentence. (Tap.) Five drawers of this
voice. dresser are closed.

• (Say softly:) Big.Tell me, loud or soft. (Tap.) Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Soft.
Exercise 10 threw-caught
• (Say loudly:) Big.Tell me. (Tap.) Loud.
• (Say softly:) That dog runs fast. Tell me. (Tap.) a. The boy will throw the ball and the girl will
catch it.
Soft. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boy will throw the
f. Everybody, say me in a soft voice. (Tap.) Me. ball and the girl will catch it.
• What kind of voice was that? (Tap.) Soft.
g. Say me in a loud voice. (Tap.) ME. • Here’s the sentence that tells what happened:
• What kind of voice was that? (Tap.) Loud. The boy threw the ball and the girl caught it.
h. Raise your hand if you like to listen to loud Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boy threw the ball
and the girl caught it.
b. Who threw the ball? (Tap.) The boy.
Repeat steps e through h until firm. Say the sentence about the boy. (Tap.) The boy
threw the ball.
Exercise 9 bedroom review
• Who caught the ball? (Tap.) The girl.
9 Say the sentence about the girl. (Tap.) The girl
caught the ball.
a. (Point to picture.) What room is this? (Tap.)
A bedroom. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

• I’ll touch things in this bedroom.
Tell me the names.

b. (Touch mirror.) What is this? (Tap.) A mirror.
• (Circle bed.) What is this? (Tap.) A bed.
• (Touch pillow.) What is this? (Tap.) A pillow.
• (Touch blanket.) What is this? (Tap.) A blanket.
• (Touch lamp.) What is this? (Tap.) A lamp.
• (Circle dresser.) What is this? (Tap.) A dresser.
• (Touch mirror.) What is this? (Tap.) A mirror.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Did the boy throw the ball fast? (Tap.) Yes. Exercise 12 job hire
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boy threw the ball
fast. 12

d. Did the girl catch every ball the boy threw? a. (Point to man.) This man wants a new job.
(Tap.) Yes. • Say job. (Tap.) Job.
Say the sentence about the girl. (Tap.) The girl Repeat step a until firm.
caught every ball the boy threw.
b. Say, new job. (Tap.) New job.
e. Ask me: How many balls did the boy throw? • Say: This man wants a new job. (Tap.) This
(Tap.) How many balls did the boy throw?
Ten balls. man wants a new job.
c. A job is the kind of work you do.
• How many balls did he throw? (Tap.) Ten. • What do we call the kind of work you do?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He threw ten balls.
(Tap.) A job.
• How many balls did the girl catch? (Tap.) Ten. d. This man wants a job as a truck driver.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The girl caught ten • (Call on a student.) What kind of work does a
balls.
truck driver do? (Idea: Drives trucks.)
• Yes, the boy threw ten balls and the girl • Yes, a truck driver drives trucks.
caught ten balls.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boy threw ten balls Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) A truck
and the girl caught ten balls. driver drives trucks.
Repeat steps b through d until firm.
Repeat steps c through e until firm.
e. (Point to woman.) This woman wants to hire a
Exercise 11 apartment truck driver.

1 1 • Say hire. (Tap.) Hire.
Repeat step e until firm.
a. What kind of building is this? (Tap.) An
apartment building. f. Say: Hire a truck driver. (Tap.) Hire a truck
driver.
• How many families live in this apartment
building? (Tap.) Six. • What does this woman want to do? (Tap.)
Hire a truck driver.
b. Does each family live in a house or an Say the sentence. (Tap.) This woman wants to
apartment? (Tap.) An apartment. hire a truck driver.

• Say the sentence about each family. (Tap.) g. If she hires this man, he will work for her.
Each family lives in an apartment. • Listen again: If she hires the man, he will

c. How many floors does this apartment building work for her. If she hires him, he will drive
have? (Tap.) Three. trucks for her.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This apartment building • What will he do? (Tap.) Drive trucks for her.
has three floors. h. He will work for her. He will drive trucks for
her.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. • If she doesn’t hire this man, will he work for
her? (Tap.) No.
No, he will not work for her.
Repeat steps f through h until firm.

i. Here is the first question she asks: Are you p. Listen: The money you make is the money
working as a truck driver now? you get for working.

• Say, as a truck driver. (Tap.) As a truck driver. • Listen again: The money you make is the
• Say, working as a truck driver. (Tap.) Working money you get for working.

as a truck driver. • What is the money you make? (Tap.) The
• Say: Are you working as a truck driver now? money you get for working.
Yes, the money you make is the money you
(Tap.) Are you working as a truck driver now? get for working.
• Is the man working as a truck driver now? q. The man says,“I made 4 thousand rupees
a month.”
(Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man is not working • How much did he make each month? (Tap.) 4
as a truck driver now. thousand rupees.
Repeat steps i through j until firm.
• Yes, he made 4 thousand rupees each month.
k. The woman asks: Did you ever work as a Say the sentence. (Tap.) He made 4 thousand
truck driver? rupees each month.

• Say ever. (Tap.) Ever. Repeat steps o through q until firm.
• Say: Did you ever work? (Tap.) Did you ever
Exercise 13 highest lowest
work?
• Say: Did you ever work as a truck driver? 13

(Tap.) Did you ever work as a truck driver? a. I’ll point to things in this picture.
l. The man answers: Yes, I worked as a truck Tell me the names.

driver. b. (Point to hill.) What’s this? (Tap.) A hill.
• Did he ever work as a truck driver? (Tap.) Yes. • (Point to river.) What’s this? (Tap.) A river.
• Yes, he worked as a truck driver. • (Point to mountain.) What’s this? (Tap.) A

Say the sentence. (Tap.) He worked as a truck mountain.
driver. • (Point to lake.) What’s this? (Tap.) A lake.
m. The woman asks him: How long did you work c. How many letters are on the mountain? (Tap.)
as a truck driver?
• Say the question. (Tap.) How long did you work Three.
as a truck driver? • Which is the highest letter on the mountain?
n. The man answers: I worked as a truck driver
for five years. (Tap.) C.
He worked as a truck driver for five years. Say the sentence about C. (Tap.) C is the
• Say, for five years. (Tap.) For five years. highest letter on the mountain.
• Say: He worked as a truck driver for five • Which is the lowest letter on the mountain?
years. (Tap.) He worked as a truck driver for five (Tap.) B.
years. Say the sentence about B. (Tap.) B is the lowest
Repeat steps k through n until firm. letter on the mountain.
• Which letter is between B and C? (Tap.) A.
o. The woman asks: How much money did you Say the sentence. (Tap.) A is the letter between B
make? and C.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• Ask the question: How much money did you
make? (Tap.) How much money did you make?