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Exercise 14 letter review f. Ask me: What is the fourth month of the
year? (Tap 8.) What is the fourth month of the
14 ABCDEFGHIJKLM year?
NOPQRSTUV
• (Point to April.) The fourth month is April.
a. (Point to T, U,V.) Say the names of these • Say April. (Tap.) April.
Repeat steps d through f until firm.
letters. (Touch letters as students say:) T, U,V.
Repeat step a until firm. g. My turn to say the first four months of the
year: January, February, March, April.
• Your turn to say the first four months. (Tap 4.)
(Touch letters as students say:) A, B, C, D, E, F, G, January, February, March,April.

H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S,T, U,V. • What month comes after March? (Tap.) April.
Repeat step b until firm. Repeat step g until firm.

Exercise 15 april Individual Turns

1 5 Janu ary Feb ruar y M arch April (Call on individual students to do one of the
a. (Point to months.) Ask me: How many months • How many days are in a week? Seven.
are there in a year? (Tap 8.) How many months
are there in a year? Say the days of the week. Sunday, Monday,
Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
• There are 12 months in a year. • How many days are in a year? 365.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) There are 12 months How many months are in a year? 12.
in a year. • Say the first four months of the year.
January, February, March, April.
b. Ask me: How many days are there in a year?
(Tap 8.) How many days are there in a year? Exercise 16 tell-told

• There are 365 days in a year. a. I will tell you to do things.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) There are 365 days in • Listen: I will tell you to clap 1 time.
a year.
What will I tell you to do? (Tap 3.) Clap 1 time.
c. How many months are there in a year? (Tap.) 12.
• How many days are there in a year? (Tap.) 365. b. Listen: Clap 1 time. ✓
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
• What did I tell you to do? (Tap 3.) Clap 1 time.
d. How many months are in a year? (Tap.) 12. • Yes, I told you to clap 1 time.
• The first three months of the years are
Say the sentence about what I told you to do.
January, February, March. (Tap 7.) You told me to clap 1 time.
• Say the first three months of the year. (Tap 3.) c. Who told you to clap 1 time? (Tap.) You.
Say the sentence about what I told you.
January, February, March. (Tap 7.) You told me to clap 1 time.
e. What’s the name of the first month of a new • Did you clap 1 time? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.
year? (Tap.) January.
• What’s the second month of the year? (Tap.)

February.
• What’s the third month of the year? (Tap.)

March.

d. I will tell you to clap 2 times. i. Once more: Did the man tell the dog to run?
• What will I tell you to do? (Tap 3.) Clap 2 (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 9.) The man did not tell
times. the dog to run.
Say the sentence about what I will do. (Tap 8.)
You will tell me to clap 2 times. • Did the man tell the dog to sit? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The man told the dog
e. Listen: Clap 2 times. ✓ to sit.

• What did I tell you to do? (Tap 3.) Clap 2 • Why did the dog sit? (Tap 8.) Because the man
times. told the dog to sit.
Say the sentence about what I told you. Yes, because the man told the dog to sit.
(Tap 7.) You told me to clap 2 times.
Repeat step i until firm.
Repeat steps d and e until firm.
Exercise 17 become a doctor
16
a. Listen: Doctor.
f. (Point to picture 1.) Here is what this picture
shows: The man is telling the dog to sit. • Say doctor. (Tap.) Doctor.
Repeat step a until firm.
• What is the man telling the dog to do? (Tap.)
Sit. b. Listen: Become.
Say the sentence about what the man is
telling the dog to do. (Tap 8.) The man is telling • Say become. (Tap.) Become.
the dog to sit. Repeat step b until firm.

• Is the dog sitting? (Tap.) No. c. You’re going to work with sentences that
• Will the dog sit? (Tap.) Yes. have words you don’t know. You will learn the
Repeat step f until firm. sentences.

g. (Point to picture 2.) This picture shows what • I will tell you about the words you do not
the dog did. know.

• My turn: Why did the dog sit? Because the d. Listen: The student wants to become a doctor.
man told the dog to sit. • What does the student want to become?

• Your turn: Why did the dog sit? (Tap 8.) (Tap 2.) A doctor.
Because the man told the dog to sit. • Say, become a doctor. (Tap 3.) Become a doctor.
• Say, wants to become a doctor. (Tap 5.) Wants
h. Did the man tell the dog to run? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 9.) The man did not tell to become a doctor.
the dog to run. Repeat steps c and d until firm.

• Did the man tell the dog to sit? (Tap.) Yes. e. What does the student want to become?
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The man told the dog (Tap 2.) A doctor.
to sit. Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The student wants to
become a doctor.
Repeat steps g and h until firm. Yes, the student wants to become a doctor.

f. A doctor works with people who are sick.
Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) A doctor works with
people who are sick.

Repeat steps e and f until firm.

g. My turn: Is the student a doctor now? No. c. (Touch apartment building.) This is an
• Will the student become a doctor? I do not apartment building.

know. • Say uhpart. (Tap.) Uhpart.
• Say apartment. (Tap.) Apartment.
h. Your turn: Is the student a doctor now? (Tap.) • Say apartment building. (Tap 2.) Apartment
No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) The student is not a building.
doctor now. • What kind of building is this? (Tap 3.) An

• Does the student want to work with sick apartment building.
people? (Tap.) Yes. Repeat step c until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) The student wants to
work with sick people. d. (Point to barn.) Do you see barns in a city or
on a farm? (Tap 3.) On a farm.
• What does the student want to become?
(Tap 2.) A doctor. • Yes, you see barns on a farm.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) You see barns on a
i. Do you know if the student will become a farm.
doctor? (Tap.) No.
e. What is the name of a house that is on a
• We do not know if the student will become a farm? (Tap 2.) A farmhouse.
doctor. But we know that the student wants
to become a doctor. • What do we call people who live on farms?
(Tap.) Farmers.
Repeat steps h and i until firm.
• What do we call all the buildings that are on
a farm? (Tap 2.) Farm buildings.

Repeat steps d and e until firm.

Exercise 18 apartment building Exercise 19 corner

1 8 19

a. (Point to picture.) What are these? (Tap.) a. You learned about corners.
Buildings. • How many corners does a block have? (Tap.)

• Tell me what kind of building I touch. Four.
b. (Touch house.) Tell me. (Tap.) House. b. (Touch ★.) This is a corner of a block.
• (Touch garage.) Tell me. (Tap.) Garage. • Is this a corner of a block? (Tap.) Yes.
• (Touch office building.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) Office
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) This is a corner of a
building. block.
• (Touch barn.) Tell me. (Tap.) Barn. c. (Touch ✚.) This is not a corner of a block.
• (Touch hospital.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) Hospital Say the sentence. (Tap 8.) This is not a corner of
a block.
building. d. Listen: A person is standing on a corner.
• (Touch school.) Tell me. (Tap 2.) School building. • Ask me: What corner is that? (Tap 4.) What
Repeat steps a and b until firm. corner is that? That is the corner of A Street
and 3rd Street.
• Say, the corner of A Street and 3rd Street.
(Tap 8.) The corner of A Street and 3rd Street.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.

e. (Touch ★.) Does this corner touch A Street? Exercise 20 ordinal numbers
(Tap.) Yes.
So it is on the corner of A Street. 20

• Does this corner touch 3rd Street? (Tap.) Yes. a. Point and show me which direction these cats
So it is on the corner of 3rd Street.
are facing. ✓
• It is on the corner of A Street and 3rd Street.
Say the sentence. (Tap 11.) It is on the corner of • (Point direction cats are facing.) These cats
A Street and 3rd Street. are facing this way.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) These cats are facing
Repeat step e until firm. this way.

f. (Touch ●.) Is this the corner of A Street and Repeat step a until firm.
3rd Street? (Tap.) No.
b. (Point to picture.) Tell me if I touch the second
• Does this corner touch A Street? (Tap.) Yes. cat or the third cat.
This corner touches A Street. • (Point to 3rd cat.) Which cat is this? (Tap 3.)
The third cat.
• Does this corner touch 3rd Street? (Tap.) No. Yes, the third cat.
Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) This corner does not
touch 3rd Street. • (Point to 2nd cat.) Which cat is this? (Tap 3.)
The second cat.
• Does it touch 2nd Street? (Tap.) Yes.
• So, this is the corner of A Street and 2nd • (Point to 1st cat.) Which cat is this? (Tap 3.)
The first cat.
Street.
Say the sentence. (Tap 10.) This is the corner of Repeat step b until firm.
A Street and 2nd Street.
Repeat step f until firm. c. Say first, second, and third as I touch the cats.
(Touch first 3 cats as students say:) First,
g. (Touch ✚.) Listen: This is between A Street second, third.
and B Street.
d. The numbers for the rest of the cats have this
• Where is this? (Tap 6.) Between A Street and sound: th.
B Street.
• What sound? (Tap.) Th.
h. Listen: A person stands on the corner of Repeat steps c and d until firm.
C Street and 1st Street.
e. I’ll touch all the cats and say the numbers.
• Where is the person standing? (Tap 9.) On the (Touch each cat as you say:) First, second,
corner of C Street and 1st Street. third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth,
tenth.
• Yes, the person is standing on the corner of
C Street and 1st Street. • Your turn: Say the numbers. (Touch each cat
Say the sentence about the person. (Tap 13.) as students say:) First, second, third, fourth, fifth,
The person is standing on the corner of C Street sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth.
and 1st Street.
Repeat step e until firm.
Repeat steps g and h until firm.

f. Listen: Fluffy is the fourth cat. b. Listen: Karishma was not happy because she
• What is the name of the fourth cat? (Tap.) was not on time.

Fluffy. • Why wasn’t she happy? (Tap 6.) Because she
• Yes, Fluffy is the fourth cat. was not on time.

Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) Fluffy is the fourth • Yes,Karishma was not happy because she
cat. was not on time.
g. (Touch 4th cat.) Is this Fluffy? (Tap.) Yes. Say the sentence. (Tap 10.) Karishma was
• (Call on a student.) How do you know? (Idea: not happy because she was not on time.
This is the fourth cat.)
• Yes, this is the fourth cat. Repeat step b until firm.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is the
fourth cat. c. Did she want to be on time? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat steps f and g until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) She wanted to be on
time.
h. I’ll touch cats. Tell which cat I touch. Yes, she wanted to be on time.
i. (Touch 1st cat.) First cat.
• (Touch 2nd cat.) Second cat. d. Listen: Was Karishma happy when she got to
• (Touch 3rd cat.) Third cat. work? (Tap.) No.
• (Touch 4th cat.) Fourth cat.
• (Touch 5th cat.) Fifth cat. • (Call on a student.) Why not? (Idea: Because
• (Touch 6th cat.) Sixth cat. she was not on time.)
• (Touch 7th cat.) Seventh cat. Yes, she was not happy when she got to work
• (Touch 8th cat.) Eighth cat. because she was not on time.
• (Touch 9th cat.) Ninth cat.
• (Touch 10th cat.) Tenth cat. Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Repeat steps h and i until firm.
Exercise 22 biggest-smallest

Exercise 21 why-because review 2 2

a. Karishma did not drive her car today because a. Tell me the color of each ball.
the engine didn’t work. • (Point to purple ball.) What color? (Tap.) Purple.
• (Point to green ball.) What color? (Tap.) Green.
• Why didn’t she drive her car? (Tap 5.) Because • (Point to brown ball.) What color? (Tap.) Brown.
the engine didn’t work. b. Which is bigger, the purple ball or the green

• Yes, she didn’t drive her car today because the ball? (Tap 3.) The green ball.
engine didn’t work. Say the sentence about the green ball. (Tap 9.)
Say the sentence. (Tap 11.) She didn’t drive her The green ball is bigger than the purple ball.
car today because the engine didn’t work. • Which is smaller, the purple ball or the brown
ball? (Tap 3.) The purple ball.
Repeat step a until firm. Say the sentence about the purple ball. (Tap 9.)
The purple ball is smaller than the brown ball.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

c. Tell me if I touch the ball that is biggest. Exercise 23 a watch
• (Touch purple ball.) Is this the biggest ball?
a. Raise your hand if you are wearing a watch. ✓
(Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This is not the biggest • (Call on a student who is wearing a watch.)
ball. Are you wearing a watch? Yes.
• (Touch green ball.) Is this the biggest ball?
(Tap.) No. • Everybody, what is [student’s name] wearing?
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This is not the biggest (Tap 2.) A watch.
ball. Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) [Student’s name] is
• (Touch brown ball.) Is this the biggest ball? wearing a watch.
(Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is the biggest b. Do you wear a watch around your ankle?
ball. (Tap.) No.
Repeat step c until firm. Start with you and say the sentence. (Tap 9.)
You do not wear a watch around your ankle.
d. Tell me if I touch the ball that is smallest.
• (Touch purple ball.) Is this the smallest ball? Repeat steps a and b until firm.

(Tap.) Yes. c. Where do you wear a watch? (Tap 3.) Around
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) This is the smallest your wrist.
ball.
• (Touch green ball.) Is this the smallest ball? • Yes, you wear a watch around your wrist.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This is not the You wear a watch around your wrist.
smallest ball.
• (Touch brown ball.) Is this the smallest ball? d. Your watch is called a wristwatch.
(Tap.) No. • What is it called? (Tap 2.) A wristwatch.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) This is not the • Everybody, say the sentence about what
smallest ball.
Repeat step d until firm. [student’s name] wears. (Tap 4.) [Student’s
name] wears a wristwatch.
e. What is the color of the smallest ball? (Tap.) Repeat steps c and d until firm.
Purple.
Say the sentence about the smallest ball. Exercise 24 day-night
(Tap 5.) The smallest ball is purple.
a. You learned about day and night.
• What is the color of the biggest ball? (Tap.) • What’s the opposite of day? (Tap.) Night.
Brown.
Say the sentence about the biggest ball. Say the sentence about night. (Tap 6.) Night is
(Tap 5.) The biggest ball is brown. the opposite of day.
• What’s the opposite of during the day?
Repeat step e until firm. (Tap 3.) During the night.
b. What is it now, day or night? (Tap.) [Students
respond.]
• Do all people sleep at night? (Tap.) No.
• Do some people work at night? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap 5.) Some people work at
night.
c. Do some people go to school at night? (Tap.)
Yes.
• Is that school during the day? (Tap.) No.
• When is that school? (Tap 2.) At night.
Repeat steps a through c until firm.

Exercise 25 pronoun review E *xercise 26 see hear smell

a. Listen: My brother walked with our sister. a. Listen: Do your ears see things? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) My brother walked • What do your ears do? (Tap 2.) Hear things.
with our sister.
Say the sentence that starts with your ears.
• Say the sentence with another word for my (Tap 4.) Your ears hear things.
brother. (Tap 5.) He walked with our sister. b. What do your eyes do? (Tap 2.) See things.
Say the sentence that starts with your eyes.
b. Listen: My brother walked with our sister. (Tap 4.) Your eyes see things.
Say the sentence with another word for our c. What does your nose do? (Tap 2.) Smell things.
sister. (Tap 5.) My brother walked with her. Say the sentence that starts with your nose.
(Tap 4.) Your nose smells things.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. Repeat steps a through c until firm.

c. Listen: The students didn’t ride horses. d. My turn: Do all things smell the same? No.
Say the sentence with another word for the Say the sentence. (Tap 7.) All things do not smell
students. (Tap 4.) They didn’t ride horses. the same.

• Listen: The students didn’t ride horses. e. People like some smells, but they do not like
Say the sentence with another word for other smells.
horses. (Tap 5.) The students didn’t ride them.
• Do people like some smells? (Tap.) Yes.
Repeat step c until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap 4.) People like some
smells.
d. Listen: Mr. Ripper liked bananas. Yes, people like some smells.

Say the sentence with another word for • Do people like other smells? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) People do not like
Mr. Ripper. (Tap 3.) He liked bananas. other smells.

• Listen: Mr. Ripper liked bananas. • Do people like all smells? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence with another word for Say the sentence. (Tap 6.) People do not like all
bananas. (Tap 4.) Mr. Reddy liked them. smells.

Repeat step d until firm. Repeat steps d and e until firm.

e. Listen: Mrs. Kapoor reads to her son.
Say the sentence with another word for
Mrs. Kapoor. (Tap 5.) She reads to her son.

• Listen: Mrs. Kapoor reads to her son.
Say the sentence with another word for her
son. (Tap 5.) Mrs. Kapoor reads to him.

Repeat step e until firm.