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c. Would a fox like to eat a rabbit? (Tap.) Yes. c. Then we sat on the ground.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A fox would like to eat a Say the sentence. (Tap.) Then we sat on the
rabbit. ground.

• Would a fox run from a rabbit? (Tap.) No. • We took off our shoes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A fox would not run Say the sentence. (Tap.) We took off our shoes.
from a rabbit.
• And we put our feet in the water.
• Would a rabbit run from a fox? (Tap.) Yes. Say the sentence. (Tap.) And we put our feet in
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A rabbit would run from the water.
a fox.
• The water was warm.
d. Would a deer run from a bear? (Tap.) Yes. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The water was warm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A deer would run from
a bear. d. We smiled.Then she said to me,“What a
wonderful day.”
• Would a bear run from a deer? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bear would not run • What did she say? (Tap.) What a wonderful day.
from a deer. • Was it a very, very good day? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Exercise 14 what’s who’s where’s
e. Which animal eats meat, a deer or a bear?
(Tap.) A bear. 14 what is who is where is
Say the sentence about a bear. (Tap.) A bear what’s who’s where’s
eats meat.
a. Here are more contractions.
• Say the sentence about a deer. (Tap.) A deer • (Point to what’s.) Here is the contraction for
does not eat meat.
what is: What’s.
f. Do these animals sleep in barns? (Tap.) No. • Say what’s. (Tap.) What’s.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These animals do not • (Point to who’s.) Here is the contraction for
sleep in barns.
who is: Who’s.
Repeat steps e and f until firm. • Say who’s. (Tap.) Who’s.
• (Point to where’s.) Here is the contraction
Exercise 13 wonderful day at the shore
for where is: Where’s.
a. Listen: It was a day in early fall. • Say where’s. (Tap.) Where’s.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) It was a day in early Repeat step a until firm.
fall.
b. I’ll say questions without contractions.
• The sky was blue and the air was cool. You’ll say questions with contractions.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The sky was blue and
the air was cool. • Where is the dog?
Say the sentence with a contraction for
• But the sun was warm. where is. (Tap.) Where’s the dog?
Say the sentence. (Tap.) But the sun was warm.
• Where is the new saw?
b. We took off our coats and walked along the Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) Where’s the
shore of a lake. new saw?

• Listen: Walked along the shore of a lake. Repeat step b until firm.
Say that. (Tap.) Walked along the shore of a lake.

Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Who is that tall woman? c. Count the children who are wearing shoes. ✓
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) Who’s that tall
woman? • How many children are wearing shoes? (Tap.)
Three.
• Who is going to the lake with us?
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) Who’s going to • Are half of the children or most of the children
the lake with us? wearing shoes? (Tap.) Most of the children.
Say the sentence about most of the children.
d. What is wrong with her car? (Tap.) Most of the children are wearing shoes.
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) What’s wrong
with her car? Repeat step c until firm.

• What is the name of that animal? d. How many children are smiling? (Tap.) Three.
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) What’s the • Are half of the children or most of the children
name of that animal?
smiling? (Tap.) Most of the children.
e. Where is your dad? Say the sentence about most of the children.
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) Where’s your (Tap.) Most of the children are smiling.
dad?
e. Count the girls. ✓
• Where is my blue shirt?
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) Where’s my • Are half of the children or most of the children
blue shirt? girls? (Tap.) Half of the children.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Half of the children are
f. Who is the best worker? girls.
Say it with a contraction. (Tap.) Who’s the best
worker? Repeat steps d and e until firm.

Repeat steps c through f until firm. Exercise 16 true-false

E *xercise 15 half of most of 16 true false

a. You learned the word true last time.
15 • What word? (Tap.) True.
b. I’ll say things.Tell me if they are true.
a. Here are four children. c. A fly is smaller than an apple.
• Is that sentence true? (Tap.) Yes.
b. Look at the children who are standing. ✓
Say the sentence about a fly. (Tap.) A fly is
• How many children are standing? (Tap.) Two. smaller than an apple.
• Are half of the children or most of the children • A fly is bigger than a bird.
• Is that sentence true? (Tap.) No.
standing? (Tap.) Half of the children. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A fly is not bigger than
• Yes, half of the children are standing. a bird.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
Say the sentence about half of the children.
(Tap.) Half of the children are standing. d. (Point to word false.) This word is false.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • Say false. (Tap.) False.
Repeat step d until firm.

e. Again: Say false. (Tap.) False. c. A rock is not a hot dog.
• Listen: False is the opposite of true. • Listen: If a rock was a hot dog, he would
• What’s the opposite of true? (Tap.) False.
• What’s the opposite of false? (Tap.) True. eat it.
• What would he do if a rock was a hot dog?
Say the sentence about true. (Tap.) True is the
opposite of false. (Tap.) Eat it.
Repeat step e until firm. d. Is a rock a hot dog? (Tap.) No.

f. Listen: Motorcycles are bigger than trucks. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A rock is not a hot dog.
• Is that sentence true? (Tap.) No. • What would he do if a rock was a hot dog?
• Is that sentence false? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, that sentence is false. (Tap.) Eat it.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) That sentence is false.
Repeat step f until firm. e. Fish cannot fly.
• Listen: If fish could fly, we would eat a lot of
g. I’ll say sentences. Tell me if they are true or
false. fish.
• What would we do if fish could fly? (Tap.) Eat
h. People eat bananas. True or false? (Tap.) True.
• People eat rocks. True or false? (Tap.) False. a lot of fish.
• A baby is older than a man. True or false? f. Can fish fly? (Tap.) No.

(Tap.) False. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Fish can not fly.
• A man is older than a baby. True or false? • What would we do if fish could fly? (Tap.) Eat

(Tap.) True. a lot of fish.
Repeat steps g and h until firm. Repeat steps e and f until firm.

Exercise 18 AVNI story (bark)

Exercise 17 would a. I’ll tell you the last part of the story about
Avni and the dog.
a. The men are not tired.
• Listen: If the men were tired, they would sleep • Avni was talking to Soeleen on the phone.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Avni was talking to
in the garage. Soeleen on the phone.
• What would the men do if they were tired?
b. Soeleen was crying.
(Tap.) Sleep in the garage. • (Call on a student.) Why was she crying?
b. Are the men tired? (Tap.) No.
(Idea: She lost her dog.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The men are not tired. Yes, she could not find her new dog.
• What would the men do if they were tired? c. Avni told Soeleen,“I think I know where your
dog is.” Then she asked,“Is the dog brown and
(Tap.) Sleep in the garage. white?”
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • Say the question. (Tap.) Is the dog brown and
white?
• What answer did Soeleen give? (Tap.) Yes.

d. Avni asked,“Does the dog have a brown tail?”
• Say the question. (Tap.) Does the dog have a
brown tail?
• What answer did Soeleen give? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.

e. Avni said,“Your dog is at my place. He is Later, Soeleen said,“I will take my dog
looking in the window right now.”
home now.”
• Listen: Your dog is at my place. Avni said,“I will get your swimsuit.” When
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Your dog is at my place.
Avni came back, she pointed to the swimsuit
• “He is looking in the window right now.” and said,“I think I know why that dog wanted
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He is looking in the to be my friend.”
window right now.
Soeleen said,“Yes, you were wearing my
f. Soeleen said,“Is that true?”
• Avni said,“It is true.” swimsuit.”
g. Then Avni said, “Come over here and take him As Soeleen and the dog were going out the

with you.” front door, Avni said,“You did not tell me the
• What did she say? (Tap.) Come over here and
name of your dog.”
take him with you.
h. Avni did not want to have the dog at her m. Soeleen said,“I didn’t have a name for him,
but now I think I will give him your name.”
place because the dog barked a lot.
Repeat steps e through h until firm. • What name will Soeleen give her dog? (Tap.)
Avni.
i. Say bark. (Tap.) Bark.
• Say barked. (Tap.) Barked. • Is that a good name for a boy dog? (Tap.)
• Say: The dog barked a lot. (Tap.) The dog [Students respond.]

barked a lot. • This is the end of the story about Avni. Say
Repeat step i until firm. the sentence. (Tap.) This is the end of the
story about Avni.
j. When a dog barks, it says,“Woof, woof.”
• Soeleen's dog barked a lot. Repeat step m until firm.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) Soeleen's dog barked Exercise 19 hammer saw
a lot.
k. Soeleen told Avni,“I will be at your house in 19
ten minutes.”
• What did she say? (Tap.) I will be at your house a. What tool is the woman using? (Tap.)
in ten minutes. A hammer.
Say that sentence with the word soon. (Tap.)
I will be at your house soon. • Yes, the woman is using a hammer.
l. Before Soeleen got there, Avni opened the Say the sentence. (Tap.) The woman is using
door and told the dog,“Okay, you can come a hammer.
inside.”
• What did she say? (Tap.) Okay, you can come b. What tool is the man using? (Tap.) A saw.
inside. • Do you swing a saw or a hammer? (Tap.)
Repeat steps j through l until firm.
A hammer.
The dog wagged its tail and ran inside. Nine c. Is the woman eating the hammer? (Tap.) No.
minutes later, Soeleen was there. • (Call on a student.) What is the woman doing

When she looked at the dog, she said,“Oh, it with the hammer? (Idea: Swinging the hammer.)
is you!” Soeleen started to play with the dog. • Yes, she is swinging the hammer.
She said to Avni,“Oh, I love this dog.”
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She is swinging the
Soeleen smiled and kissed her dog. The dog hammer.
looked very happy. Repeat steps a through c until firm.

d. What will the hammer hit? (Tap.) The nail. g. (Point to man.) What is this man? (Tap.) The
Say the sentence about the hammer. (Tap.) The third person in line.

hammer will hit the nail. • (Point to boy.) What is this boy? (Tap.) The
• And the nail will go into the wood. fourth person in line.
Where will the nail go? (Tap.) Into the wood.
e. Is the man swinging a tool? (Tap.) No. Repeat steps d through g until firm.
• What tool is the man using? (Tap.) A saw.
• What is he cutting with the saw? (Tap.) Wood. h. How many people are in this line? (Tap.) Four.
Repeat steps d and e until firm. • Tell me: First person in line, second person in

Exercise 20 in line line, third person in line, or fourth person in line.
i. (Point to woman.) Tell me. (Tap.) First person
a. The beginning is the opposite of the end.
in line.
• Say end. (Tap.) End. • (Point to girl.) Tell me. (Tap.) Second person
Repeat step a until firm.
in line.
b. What’s the opposite of the beginning of a day? • (Point to man.) Tell me. (Tap.) Third person
(Tap.) The end of a day.
in line.
• What’s the opposite of the beginning of a • (Point to boy.) Tell me. (Tap.) Fourth person
story? (Tap.) The end of a story.
in line.
• What’s the opposite of the beginning of a Repeat steps h and i until firm.
book? (Tap.) The end of a book.
j. Look at the line of people. ✓
Repeat step b until firm.
• Listen: The first person in line is at the
beginning of the line.

2 0 li ne • The last person in line is at the end of the line.
k. Who is at the beginning of the line? (Tap.) The

c. (Point to word line.) This word is line. woman.
• Say line. (Tap.) Line. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The woman is at the
Repeat step c until firm.
beginning of the line.
d. (Point to picture.) This is a line. l. Is the girl at the end of the line? (Tap.) No.
• How many people are in this line? (Tap.) Four. Say the sentence. (Tap.) The girl is not at the
e. (Point to woman.) This woman is the first
end of the line.
person in line. • Is the man at the end of the line? (Tap.) No.
• What is this woman? (Tap.) The first person Say the sentence. (Tap.) The man is not at the

in line. end of the line.
f. (Point to girl.) This girl is the second person • Is the boy at the end of the line? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boy is at the end of
in line.
• What is this girl? (Tap.) The second person the line.
m. Who is at the beginning the line? (Tap.) The
in line.
woman.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The woman is at the

beginning of the line.
Repeat steps j through m until firm.

Exercise 21 true-false d. (Point to tree.) Is a tree a plant? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A tree is a plant.
a. I will say sentences. Tell me if they are true e. (Point to bush.) This is not a tree. This is a bush.
or false. • Say bush. (Tap.) Bush.
• What is this? (Tap.) A bush.
b. Listen: 1 is more than 10. Repeat steps d and e until firm.
Tell me: True or false? (Tap.) False.
• Listen: Horses have six legs. f. Ask me: How is a bush different from a tree?
True or false? (Tap.) False. (Tap.) How is a bush different from a tree?
• Listen: Horses have eyes. A tree has a trunk.
True or false? (Tap.) True. • A bush does not have a trunk. It has branches
• Houses have eyes.
True or false? (Tap.) False. that grow out of the ground.
• I am 200 years old. g. Does a bush have a trunk? (Tap.) No.
True or false? (Tap.) False. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bush does not have
• I am four years old.
True or false? (Tap.) False. a trunk.
• I am teaching you how to swim. • Is a bush a plant? (Tap.) Yes.
True or false? (Tap.) False. Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bush is a plant.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • Is a tree a bush? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A tree is not a bush.
Exercise 22 plants: vine bush h. A tree has a part that a bush does not have.
• (Call on a student.) What is that part? (Idea:

22 A trunk.)
Yes, a tree has a trunk.
a. Are these animals or plants? (Tap.) Plants. i. A bush has branches in place of a trunk.
• (Call on a student.) Where do plants grow? • Say, in place of. (Tap.) In place of.
• A bush has branches in place of a trunk.
(Idea: In the ground.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) A bush has branches in
Yes, plants grow in the ground.
b. Does grass grow in the ground? (Tap.) Yes. place of a trunk.
• So is grass a plant? (Tap.) Yes. Repeat steps f through i until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Grass is a plant.
• Do animals grow in the ground? (Tap.) No. j. (Point to vine.) This is a vine.
c. Are the roots a part of the plant? (Tap.) Yes. • Say vine. (Tap.) Vine.
• Do the roots grow above ground or Repeat step j until firm.

underground? (Tap.) Underground. k. Some vines climb up things.
• Do leaves grow above ground or Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some vines climb up

underground? (Tap.) Above ground. things.
Repeat steps a through c until firm. l. Does a vine have leaves? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A vine has leaves.
• Does a vine have roots? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A vine has roots.
• Does a vine have branches? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) A vine does not have

branches.
• Are vines plants? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Vines are plants.
Repeat steps k and l until firm.

Exercise 23 buy-bought sell-sold Exercise 24 something anything

a. You learned about some people who buy and a. His father could fix everything that is broken.
sell furniture. Say the sentence. (Tap.) His father could fix

• Start with they and say the sentence. (Tap.) everything that is broken.
They buy and sell furniture. • Here’s another way to say that sentence: His

• Yes, they buy and sell furniture. father could fix anything that is broken.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They buy and sell Say the sentence. (Tap.) His father could fix

furniture. anything that is broken.
• Does that sentence tell what they do now Repeat step a until firm.

or what they did? (Tap.) What they do now. b. Put your hand on your head and keep it
Repeat step a until firm.
there. ✓
b. Here is the sentence that tells what they did:
They bought and sold furniture. • Do you have something on your head? (Tap.)
Yes.
• Say aw. (Tap.) Aw.
• Say bought. (Tap.) Bought. • Yes, you have something on your head.
Repeat step b until firm. Say the sentence about what you have. (Tap.)

c. Yes, they bought furniture. I have something on my head.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They bought furniture.
• We don’t say: They buyed. We say: They c. Put your hand down. ✓

bought. • Do you have anything on your head now?
• What do we say? (Tap.) Bought. (Tap.) No.
Repeat step c until firm.
• Say the sentence: I do not have anything on
d. Say sold. (Tap.) Sold. my head. (Tap.) I do not have anything on my
• Say, bought and sold. (Tap.) Bought and sold. head.
• Say: They bought and sold furniture. (Tap.)
d. Put your hand on your head. ✓
They bought and sold furniture.
Repeat step d until firm. • Do you have anything on your head now?
(Tap.) Yes.
e. That sentence tells what they did.
• Tell if I say a sentence about what they do • What do you have on your head? (Tap.) My
hand.
now or what they did.
f. Listen: They buy and sell furniture. e. Put your hand down. ✓
• Does that sentence tell what they do now
• Do you have anything on your head now?
or what they did? (Tap.) What they do now. (Tap.) No.
g. They bought and sold furniture.
• Does that tell what they do or what they did? Say the sentence. (Tap.) I do not have anything
(Tap.) What they did. on my head now.
Say the sentence about what they did. (Tap.)
Repeat steps b through e until firm.
They bought and sold furniture.
• Say the sentence about what they do. (Tap.)

They buy and sell furniture.
Repeat steps e through g until firm.

Exercise 25 hanger closet

24 25

f. (Point to girl.) Does this girl have anything on a. What is this? (Tap.) A closet.
her head? (Tap.) Yes. Yes, this is a closet.
b. What are the clothes on? (Tap.) Hangers.
• What does she have on her head? (Tap.) A hat. • Yes, the clothes are on hangers.
g. (Point to boy.) Does this boy have anything on Say the sentence. (Tap.) The clothes are on

his head? (Tap.) No. hangers.
• Say the sentence about what this boy doesn’t c. Are the clothes hanging? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, the clothes are hanging on hangers.
have. (Tap.) This boy doesn’t have anything on his Say the sentence. (Tap.) The clothes are hanging
head.
h. (Point to man.) Does this man have anything on hangers.
on his head? (Tap.) Yes. Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• What does he have on his head? (Tap.) A rabbit.
Repeat steps f through h until firm.


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