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QE-DISE-185

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Exercise 1 asking-answering questions Lesson 93

e. Here is the next thing she asks: How long did
you work as a truck driver?
1
Say the question. (Tap.) How long did you work
as a truck driver?
a. You’re going tell me why the woman is talking
• (Call on a student.) What’s the answer? (Idea:
to Michael. Five years.)
• (Call on a student.) What does this woman
• Yes, he worked as a truck driver for five years.
want? (Idea: To hire a truck driver.) Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He worked
• Yes, the woman wants to hire a truck driver.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) The woman as a truck driver for five years.
f. (Call on a student.) Do you remember what
wants to hire a truck driver.
b. (Call on a student.) What does Michael want? the woman asked next? (Idea: How much
(Idea: A job as a truck driver.) money did you earn?)
• Yes, Michael wants a job as a truck driver. • Yes, the woman asks,“How much money did
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Michael you earn?”
• Everybody, say the question. (Tap.) How much
wants a job as a truck driver. money did you earn?
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • What’s the answer? (Tap.) 4 thousand dollars
a month.
c. Raise your hand if you remember the first Yes, Michael earned 4 thousand dollars a
month.
question the woman asks? ✓ • How much did he earn? (Tap.) 4 thousand
dollars a month.
• (Call on a student. Idea: Are you working as a Say the sentence. (Tap.) He earned 4 thousand
truck driver now?) dollars a month.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.
• Yes, she asks,“Are you working as a truck
driver now?” g. Here’s the next question the woman asks: Are
you married?
Everybody, say the question. (Tap.) Are you
working as a truck driver now? • Ask the question. (Tap.) Are you married?
• Is he married? (Tap.) Yes.
• What does Michael say? (Tap.) No. Say the sentence. (Tap.) He is married.
• Is Michael working as a truck driver now? h. The woman asks,“Do you have a family?”
• Say the question. (Tap.) Do you have a family?
(Tap.) No. • What’s the answer? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Michael is not working • Does he have a family or only a wife? (Tap.)

as a truck driver now. A family.
d. (Call on a student.) Do you remember the • How many children does he have? (Tap.) Two.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He has two children.
next question the woman asks? (Idea: Did Repeat steps g and h until firm.
you ever work as a truck driver?)
• Yes, she asks,“Did you ever work as a truck
driver?”
• Everybody, say the question. (Tap.) Did you
ever work as a truck driver?
• Did he ever work as truck driver? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.

Level 1, Presentation Book 4 1

Lesson 93

Exercise 2 sugar Exercise 3 in love get married

a. I told you about John and Kathy.
b. They are still in love. They were in love two
2
years ago. They plan to get married in June.
• They plan to get married in Chicago.
a. (Point to bacon.) Does this food taste sweet c. Listen: Do they have strong feelings for each

or salty? (Tap.) Salty. other? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This food tastes salty. • Yes, they have strong feelings for each other.
• (Point to ice cream.) Does this food taste Say the sentence. (Tap.) They have strong

sweet or salty? (Tap.) Sweet. feelings for each other.
Repeat step a until firm. • Ask the question: Do they love each other?

b. (Point to word sugar.) This word is sugar. (Tap.) Do they love each other? Yes.
• Say sugar. (Tap.) Sugar. Say the sentence. (Tap.) They love each other.
d. Is John in love? (Tap.) Yes.
• What word? (Tap.) Sugar. Say the sentence. (Tap.) John is in love.
• Is Kathy in love? (Tap.) Yes.
• (Point to bowl.) This is a bowl of sugar. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Kathy is in love.
Repeat step b until firm. Repeat steps a through d until firm.

c. Listen: Sugar makes things taste sweet. e. Where do they think they will get married?
• Listen again: Sugar makes things taste sweet. (Tap.) In Chicago.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Sugar makes things • Yes, they plan to get married in Chicago.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They plan to get
taste sweet.
d. (Point to bacon.) Does this food have salt or married in Chicago.
f. In what month do they plan to get married?
sugar in it? (Tap.) Salt. (Tap.) June.
• So how does this food taste? (Tap.) Salty. Say the sentence about when they plan to get
Say the sentence about this food. (Tap.) This
married. (Tap.) They plan to get married in June.
food tastes salty. g. Ask me: On what day will they get married?
e. (Point to ice cream and candy.) Do these
(Tap.) On what day will they get married? On
foods have salt or sugar in them? (Tap.) Sugar. Saturday.
• So how do these foods taste? (Tap.) Sweet. Say the sentence about when they will
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These foods taste sweet. get married. (Tap.) They will get married on
f. Listen: Does salt make things taste sweet or Saturday.
• Ask me: On what date will they get married?
salty? (Tap.) Salty. (Tap.) On what date will they get married? On
Say the sentence about salt. (Tap.) Salt makes June 1st.
Say the sentence about when they will get
things taste salty. married. (Tap.) They will get married on June 1st.
• Does sugar make things taste sweet or salty? Repeat steps e through g until firm.

(Tap.) Sweet.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Sugar makes things

taste sweet.
Repeat steps c through f until firm.

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Lesson 93

Exercise 4 liz amy mike story (argue) f. Then they started to argue about who was
the fastest runner.
a. Liz and Amy and Mike agreed about most
things. • What did they start to argue about? (Tap.)
Who was the fastest runner.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Liz and Amy and Mike
agreed about most things. • Yes, they started to argue about who was the
fastest runner.
• Were they friends? (Tap.) Yes.
• (Call on a student.) Name the friends. (Idea: Say the sentence. (Tap.) They started to argue
about who was the fastest runner.
Liz and Amy and Mike.)
b. But, Liz and Amy and Mike argued about who g. Amy started to say something.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Amy started to say
was the fastest runner.
• When people argue, they don’t agree. something.
• Say arg. (Tap.) Arg. h. Mike said,“Stop. It is time to stop arguing. It
• Say argue. (Tap.) Argue.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. is time to find out who is the fastest runner.”
• What was it time to find out? (Tap.) Who was
c. Listen: Liz and Amy and Mike argued about
who was the fastest runner. the fastest runner.
• Yes, it was time to find out who was the
• What did they argue about? (Tap.) Who was
the fastest runner. fastest runner.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) It was time to find out
• Did they agree with each other? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They did not agree with who was the fastest runner.
i. “I agree.” Said Liz. “We will have a race and
each other.
d. One of them thought that Mike was the I will show both of you who the fastest runner
is.”
fastest runner. • Amy said,“I agree. We should have a race,
• Did Mike think he was the fastest runner? and I will show who the fastest runner is.”
j. Ask me: Who will be the fastest runner? (Tap.)
(Tap.) Yes. Who will be the fastest runner?
Say the sentence about Mike. (Tap.) Mike • You will find out next time.
Repeat steps f through j until firm.
thought he was the fastest runner.
• Who thought Amy was the fastest runner? Exercise 5 sandwich

(Tap.) Amy. 5
• Who thought Liz was the fastest runner?

(Tap.) Liz. a. (Point to the picture.) These are sandwiches.
e. One day, Liz and Amy and Mike were talking • Say sand. (Tap.) Sand.
• Say witch. (Tap.) Witch.
about different things. • Say sandwich. (Tap.) Sandwich.
• What were they talking about? (Tap.) Different • Say sandwiches. (Tap.) Sandwiches.
Repeat step a until firm.
things.
• Were they talking about one thing or more

than one thing? (Tap.) More than one thing.
• Yes, they were talking about different things.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They were talking about

different things.
Repeat steps c through e until firm.

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Lesson 93

b. Sandwiches have two pieces of bread with d. Tell me the names of these pieces of furniture.
something between them. e. (Touch bed.) (Tap.) Bed.
• (Touch couch.) (Tap.) Couch.
• Say: Sandwiches have two pieces of bread. • (Touch kitchen chair.) (Tap.) Chair.
(Tap.) Sandwiches have two pieces of bread. • (Touch kitchen table.) (Tap.) Table.
• (Touch arm chair.) (Tap.) Chair.
• Say, with something between them. (Tap.) With • (Touch coffee table.) (Tap.) Coffee table.
something between them. • (Touch dresser.) (Tap.) Dresser.
• (Touch lamp.) (Tap.) Lamp.
• Listen to the sentence again: Sandwiches Repeat steps d and e until firm.
have two pieces of bread with something
between them. f. Would we put all of these pieces of furniture
in a bedroom? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Sandwiches have two
pieces of bread with something between them. • (Point to bed.) Would we put this piece of
furniture in a bedroom? (Tap.) Yes.
• Raise your hand if you like sandwiches. ✓
g. (Point to kitchen chair and table.) Where
Repeat step b until firm. would we put these pieces of furniture? (Tap.)
In a kitchen.
c. When Ben and Chuck walked up the hill, they
took some sandwiches with them. They had • Yes, we would put these pieces of furniture in
sandwiches for lunch. a kitchen.

• What did they have for lunch? (Tap.) Sandwiches. Say the sentence. (Tap.) We would put these
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They had sandwiches pieces of furniture in a kitchen.

for lunch. h. (Point to couch and arm chair.) Where would
Repeat step c until firm. we put these pieces of furniture? (Tap.) In a
living room.
Exercise 6 furniture review
Say the sentence about what we would do.
(Tap.) We would put these pieces of furniture in
a living room.
6a
Repeat steps f through h until firm.

i. I’ll touch each piece of furniture.
a. Look at the picture. ✓ Tell me the room we would put it in.
j. (Touch bed.) What room? (Tap.) Bedroom.
• Are these things food? (Tap.) No. • (Touch couch.) What room? (Tap.) Living room.
• Do we put these things in rooms? (Tap.) Yes. • (Touch kitchen chair.) What room? (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) We put these things
Kitchen.
in rooms. • (Touch kitchen table.) What room? (Tap.)
b. We put these things in rooms.
• So what are they? (Tap.) Furniture. Kitchen.
• Yes, they are furniture. • (Touch arm chair.) What room? (Tap.) Living
Say the sentence. (Tap.) They are furniture.
• These are pieces of furniture. room.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) These are pieces of • (Touch coffee table.) What room? (Tap.) Living

furniture. room.
c. Raise your hand when you know how many • (Touch dresser.) What room? (Tap.) Bedroom.
k. (Touch lamp.) Could this piece of furniture go
pieces of furniture are in the picture. ✓
in a living room? (Tap.) Yes.
• How many? (Tap.) Eight. • Could it go in a bedroom? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence about how many pieces of Repeat steps i through k until firm.

furniture there are. (Tap.) There are eight pieces Direct Instruction Spoken English
of furniture in the picture.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

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Lesson 93

l. (Point to dresser.) What is this? (Tap.) c. Her mother tells her: Speak the way you sing.
A dresser. • What does her mother tell her? (Tap.) Speak

• Do we put food in a dresser? (Tap.) No. the way you sing.
• What do we put in a dresser? (Tap.) Clothes. Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• Yes, we put clothes in a dresser.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) We put clothes in a d. When Tammy tries to speak the way she sings,
she does not speak. She sings.
dresser.
m. Listen: Do we keep all of our clothes or only • If she tries to say how are you feeling, it
sounds like part of a song.
some of our clothes in a dresser? (Tap.) Some
of our clothes. • Who can say how are you feeling the way
• Yes, we keep some of our clothes in a dresser. Tammy would say it when she tries to speak
Say the sentence. (Tap.) We keep some of our the way she sings?
clothes in a dresser.
Repeat steps l and m until firm. • (Call on a student.) Remember to do it in a
loud voice. [Student sings in a loud voice.]
6b
Exercise 8 materials: brick concrete



n. What is this? (Tap.) A closet. 8
Say the sentence about what this room is.

(Tap.) This room is a closet. a. (Point to brick wall.) What material is this
• What is on the hangers? (Tap.) Clothes.
• Yes, clothes are on the hangers. wall made of? (Tap.) Brick.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Clothes are on the hangers. • (Point to concrete wall.) What material is this
Repeat step n until firm.
wall made of? (Tap.) Concrete.
Exercise 7 loud-soft voice b. Tell me if I touch a concrete wall or a brick

a. Tammy always speaks in a soft voice. wall.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tammy always speaks • (Touch brick.) What is this? (Tap.) A brick wall.
• (Touch concrete.) What is this? (Tap.)
in a soft voice.
• Does Tammy ever speak in a loud voice? A concrete wall.
(Tap.) No. Repeat steps a and b until firm.
• Right,Tammy never speaks in a loud voice.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tammy never speaks in c. Once more.
• (Point to concrete.) What is this? (Tap.)
a loud voice.
b. Tammy’s voice is so soft that when she speaks A concrete wall.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a concrete wall.
people can’t hear everything she says. • (Point to brick.) What is this? (Tap.) A brick wall.
• Tammy does not sing in a soft voice. Her Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a brick wall.
d. (Point to brick.) What is this wall made of?
singing voice is very loud.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Her singing voice is very (Tap.) Brick.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This wall is made of brick.
loud. • (Point to concrete.) What is this wall made of?
(Tap.) Concrete.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This wall is made of

concrete.
Repeat steps c and d until firm.

Level 1, Presentation Book 4 5

Lesson 93 calendar f. Jan is having a party on February 15th.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Jan is having a party on
Exercise 9
February 15th.

• Look at February 15th. ✓
9
• What day of the week is February 15th? (Tap.)
Friday.
a. (Point to calendar.) What is this? (Tap.) Yes, Friday.

A calendar. g. Mr. Bronson is leaving on a business trip on
• This shows the month of February. February 20th.
• What month? (Tap.) February.
b. Raise your hand when you know how many Say the sentence. (Tap.) Mr. Bronson is leaving
on a business trip on February 20th.
days are in February. ✓
• Look at February 20th. ✓
• How many days? (Tap.) 28.
• Yes, February has 28 days. • What day of the week is February 20th? (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) February has 28 days. Wednesday.
c. Raise your hand when you know the date of
h. Fran’s sister is driving to Canada on
the second Monday in February. ✓ February 11th.

• What date? (Tap.) February 11th. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Fran’s sister is driving to
• The second Monday in February is February Canada on February 11th.

11th. • What day of the week is February 11th? (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The second Monday in Monday.

February is February 11th. Repeat steps f through h until firm.
• What is the date of the second Monday in
Exercise 10 few-many
February? (Tap.) February 11th.
d. What day is February 11th? (Tap.) Monday. 1 0 few
Say the sentence about February 11th. (Tap.)
a. (Point to word few.) This word is few.
February 11th is Monday. • Say you. (Tap.) You.
Yes, February 11th is Monday. • Say few. (Tap.) Few.
e. Raise your hand when you know what day Repeat step a until firm.

February 20th is. ✓ b. Listen: Few is the opposite of many.
• What’s the opposite of many? (Tap.) Few.
• What day? (Tap.) Wednesday. Say the sentence about few. (Tap.) Few is the
• Yes, February 20th is Wednesday.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) February 20th is opposite of many.
c. Listen: Only a few students could say the
Wednesday.
Repeat steps a through e until firm. word.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Only a few students

could say the word.
• Could many students say the word? (Tap.) No.
• Not many students could say the word.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Not many students

could say the word.
Repeat steps b and c until firm.

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