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QE-DISE-172

QE-DISE-172

Lesson 86

Exercise 15 pound weigh scale f. Does she weigh more than 130 pounds or less
than 130 pounds? (Tap.) Less than 130 pounds.
a. Say scale. (Tap.) Scale.
• You learned that scales show how much things • Say the sentence about how much she weighs.
(Tap.) She weighs less than 130 pounds.
weigh. • Does she weigh more than 200 pounds or less
• What do scales show? (Tap.) How much things
than 200 pounds? (Tap.) Less than 200 pounds.
weigh. • Say the sentence about how much she weighs.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Scales show how much (Tap.) She weighs less than 200 pounds.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.
things weigh.
Repeat step a until firm.

15 a

15b


b. What is this woman standing on? (Tap.)
A scale.
g. What is this man standing on? (Tap.) A scale.
Say the sentence about what she is standing • Does this man weigh more than the woman
on. (Tap.) She is standing on a scale.
or less than the woman? (Tap.) More than the
• The scale shows how much she weighs. woman.
c. Ask me: Does she weigh more than 100 • Say the sentence about this man. (Tap.) This
man weighs more than the woman.
pounds? (Tap.) Does she weigh more than 100 h. Raise your hand if you remember how much
pounds?
• Yes, she weighs more than 100 pounds. he weighs. ✓
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She weighs more than
100 pounds. • (Call on a student.) How much does he weigh?
d. Ask me: Does she weigh more than 120 (Idea: 240 pounds.)
pounds? (Tap.) Does she weigh more than 120 • Yes, he weighs 240 pounds.
pounds? Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He weighs
• Yes, she weighs more than 120 pounds.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She weighs more than 240 pounds.
120 pounds. i. Does he weigh more than 300 pounds or less
Repeat steps b through d until firm.
than 300 pounds? (Tap.) Less than 300 pounds.
e. Raise your hand if you remember how much Say the sentence about how much he weighs.
(Tap.) He weighs less than 300 pounds.
she weighs. ✓ Repeat steps g through i until firm.

• (Call on a student.) How much does she Exercise 16 bugs
weigh? (Idea: 125 pounds.)
a. Some people are scared of bugs.
• Yes, she weighs 125 pounds.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She weighs • Say bugs. (Tap.) Bugs.
Repeat step a until firm.
125 pounds.
b. Some people are scared of bugs.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some people are scared

of bugs.
Repeat step b until firm.



8 Direct Instruction Spoken English

Exercise 17 Lesson 86

parts of a shirt

17

16
a. You learned some parts of a shirt.
c. This picture shows bugs. b. (Point to a button.) Is this a sleeve? (Tap.) No.
• Are flies bugs? (Tap.) Yes. • What is this? (Tap.) A button.
Yes, flies are bugs. But there are lots of other c. (Point to a buttonhole.) What is this? (Tap.)

kinds of bugs. A buttonhole.
• Some people are scared of bugs. d. (Point to sleeve.) What is this? (Tap.) A sleeve.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some people are scared • Yes, this is a sleeve.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a sleeve.
of bugs. • How many sleeves does a shirt have? (Tap.)

• Raise your hand if you are scared of bugs. ✓ Two.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
Repeat step c until firm.
e. Raise your hand when you know how many
d. (Point to spider.) This is a spider.
• What is this bug? (Tap.) A spider. buttons this shirt has. ✓
Say the sentence about this bug. (Tap.) This
• How many buttons? (Tap.) Eight.
bug is a spider. f. Is this a long-sleeve shirt or a short-sleeve
• Some people are scared of spiders.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some people are scared shirt? (Tap.) Long-sleeve shirt.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) This is a long-sleeve
of spiders.
shirt.
• Raise your hand if you are scared of spiders. ✓ Repeat steps e and f until firm.

Repeat step d until firm. g. Say the sentences about the parts a shirt has.
• (Point to buttons.) (Tap.) A shirt has buttons.
e. Are fish scared of bugs? (Tap.) No. • (Point to buttonholes.) (Tap.) A shirt has
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Fish are not scared of
buttonholes.
bugs. • (Point to collar.) (Tap.) A shirt has a collar.
• Some fish eat bugs. • (Point to sleeves.) (Tap.) A shirt has sleeves.
f. Think about rabbits and foxes. Repeat step g until firm.
• Are rabbits scared of foxes? (Tap.) Yes.
• Are foxes scared of rabbits? (Tap.) No. 9
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Foxes are not scared of

rabbits.
g. Listen: Rabbits are not scared of deer.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Rabbits are not scared

of deer.
Repeat steps e through g until firm.

h. Remember: Some people are scared of bugs.
• What are some people scared of? (Tap.) Bugs.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some people are scared

of bugs.
• Are flies bugs? (Tap.) Yes.
• Are spiders bugs? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Spiders are bugs.
Repeat step h until firm.

Level 1, Presentation Book 4

Lesson 86

Exercise 18 weather

19

18 b. Tell me what these things are.
c. (Point to paper towel.) What is this? (Tap.)

a. (Point to woman 1.) This woman is asking A paper towel.
• What is it made of? (Tap.) Paper.
questions about the weather. d. (Point to toilet paper.) What is this? (Tap.)
• What is she asking? (Tap.) Questions about the
Toilet paper.
weather. • What is it made of? (Tap.) Paper.
Say the sentence about this woman. (Tap.) This e. (Point to magazine.) What is this? (Tap.)

woman is asking questions about the weather. A magazine.
b. Ask the question: What is the weather in • What is it made of? (Tap.) Paper.
f. (Point to newspaper.) What is this? (Tap.)
Chicago? (Tap.) What is the weather in Chicago?
• What’s the answer? (Tap.) Raining. A newspaper.
Repeat steps a and b until firm. • What is it made of? (Tap.) Paper.
Repeat steps b through f until firm.
c. Ask the question: What is the weather in New
York? (Tap.) What is the weather in New York? g. Are all these things made of the same
material? (Tap.) Yes.
• What’s the answer? (Tap.) Snowing.
d. Ask the question: What is the weather in • What is that material? (Tap.) Paper.
• Yes, all of these things are made of paper.
Los Angeles? (Tap.) What is the weather in Los Say the sentence. (Tap.) All of these things are
Angeles?
• What’s the answer? (Tap.) Cloudy. made of paper.
e. Ask the question: What is the weather in Repeat step g until firm.
Tokyo? (Tap.) What is the weather in Tokyo?
• What’s the answer? (Tap.) Sunny. Exercise 20 v e g e ta b l e s
Repeat steps c through e until firm.

Exercise 19 material: paper 20

a. Last time, you learned a new material. a. What kind of food are these things? (Tap.)
Magazines are made of this material. Vegetables.
• What material is this? (Tap.) Paper.
• Are newspapers made of paper? (Tap.) Yes. • Yes, all these things are vegetables.
Repeat step a until firm. Say the sentence. (Tap.) All these things are

vegetables.
b. (Point to tomato.) What is this vegetable?

(Tap.) A tomato.
• (Point to corn.) What is this vegetable?

(Tap.) Corn.
• (Point to carrot.) What is this vegetable?

(Tap.) A carrot.
• (Point to lettuce.) What is this vegetable?

(Tap.) Lettuce.
Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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c. Do all vegetables grow on plants? (Tap.) Yes. Lesson 86
• Do some people plant vegetable seeds? (Tap.)
f. She started to drive home. She saw some
Yes. books on the seat next to her.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Some people plant
• What did she see on the seat next to her?
vegetable seeds. (Tap.) Some books.
• Do the vegetable seeds grow? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence about the vegetable seeds. g. She said to herself,“I wonder how those books
got on the seat.”
(Tap.) The vegetable seeds grow.
Repeat step c until firm. • Listen again: I wonder how those books got
on the seat.
Exercise 21 did not think clearly
• What did she say to herself? (Tap.) I wonder
a. You learned about seeing things clearly. how those books got on the seat.
• When you see things clearly, they are easy
• Did she know how the books got on the seat?
to see. (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) When you see things Repeat steps d through g until firm.

clearly, they are easy to see. h. She drove to her house. By now, she was very,
• Say clearly. (Tap.) Clearly. very sleepy. She saw a coat in the back seat
Repeat step a until firm. of her car. She said to herself,“I wonder how
that coat got in my car.”
b. Here is a new sentence: When Cathy was
tired, she did not think clearly. • What did she say to herself? (Tap.) I wonder
how that coat got in my car.
• When you think clearly, you think the right
way. When you don’t think clearly, you do not i. After she parked the car in her garage, she
think the right way. got out and closed the car door. She noticed
that the car was red. She said to herself,“I
c. When Cathy was tired, she did not think thought my car was brown.”
clearly.
• Then she thought,“I wonder how it got red.”
• Did she think the right way when she was • What did she wonder? (Tap.) How it got red.
tired? (Tap.) No. • What did she say to herself? (Tap.) I wonder

• When Cathy was tired, she did not think how it got red.
clearly. Repeat steps h and i until firm.

Say the sentence. (Tap.) When Cathy was tired, She was not thinking clearly. If she was
she did not think clearly. thinking clearly, she would know why the key
was in the car, why the door was open, why
Repeat steps b and c until firm. the books were on the seat, and why the car
was red.
d. One day, Cathy worked 18 hours. She went
to her car. The door was open. j. We’ll find out next time why all those things
happened.
• She thought,“I wonder why the door is open.”
• What did she think? (Tap.) I wonder why the

door is open.
e. She sat down in the driver’s seat. She saw

that the key was in the car.
• She thought,“Why is the key in the car?”
• What did she think? (Tap.) Why is the key in

the car?

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Lesson 86 f. Listen: Alex hears the instructions and
understands them.
Exercise 22 understand-understood
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Alex hears the
a. Listen: Ann hears the instructions and instructions and understands them.
understands them.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
Say the sentence about Ann. (Tap.) Ann hears Alex heard the instructions and understood them.
the instructions and understands them.
• Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) Alex hears
• Here’s the sentence about an earlier time: Ann the instructions and understands them.
heard the instructions and understood them.
Repeat step f until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Ann heard the
instructions and understood them. Exercise 23 tessa story

b. Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) Ann hears a. You learned a sentence about Tessa.
the instructions and understands them. Say the sentence about what Tessa dressed

• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.) like and did. (Tap.) Tessa dressed like a monster
Ann heard the instructions and understood them. and scared her little brother.
Yes,Tessa dressed like a monster and scared
Repeat steps a and b until firm. her little brother.
• Did she want to scare her brother? (Tap.) Yes.
c. Here’s a sentence about James: James reads Yes, she wanted to scare her brother, but not
the instructions but does not understand them. so much he would cry.
b. She wanted to scare her brother a little.
Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) James reads Say the sentence. (Tap.) She wanted to scare her
the instructions but does not understand them. brother a little.
• But she didn’t want to scare him so much he
• Here’s a sentence about an earlier time: would cry.
James read the instructions but did not • Listen again: She didn’t want to scare him so
understand them. much he would cry.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She didn’t want to scare
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.) him so much he would cry.
James read the instructions but did not understand • Did she scare him a little or a lot? (Tap.) A lot.
them. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

Repeat step c until firm. c. (Call on a student.) What did he do when she
scared him? (Idea: He cried and ran away.)
d. Does Ann read the instructions? (Tap.) No.
Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) Ann does • Yes, he cried and ran away.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) He cried
not read the instructions.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.) and ran away.
• Did Tessa make him happy? (Tap.) No.
Ann did not read the instructions. Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tessa did not make him
e. James reads the instructions but does not
happy.
understand them. • Did Tessa make him afraid? (Tap.) Yes.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) James reads the Say the sentence. (Tap.) Tessa made him afraid.
Repeat step c until firm.
instructions but does not understand them.
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)

James read the instructions but did not understand
them.
Repeat steps d and e until firm.

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Lesson 86

d. (Call on a student.)When Tessa saw how b. Listen: The boys eat almost all of the pie.
scared her brother was, how did she feel? Say the sentence. (Tap.) The boys eat almost all
(Idea: Very sorry.)
of the pie.
Yes, she was very sorry. • Say the sentence about what they did. (Tap.)
• (Call on a student.) What did she do when she
The boys ate almost all of the pie.
saw how scared he was? (Idea: Tried to make • Did they eat all of the pie? (Tap.) No.
him feel better.) • Did they eat almost all of the pie? (Tap.) Yes.
• Yes, she tried to make him feel better. Say the sentence about what they did. (Tap.)
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She tried to
make him feel better. They ate almost all of the pie.
Repeat step d until firm. Repeat steps a and b until firm.

e. Would Tessa scare her brother like that again? Exercise 25 often
(Tap.) No.

No, she would not do it again.
• Did she feel happy? (Tap.) No. 25

Say the sentence. (Tap.) She did not feel happy. a. (Point to bike.) This row shows how often
f. She tried to make her little brother feel better. Kathy and Benny ride their bikes each month.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) She tried to make her
b. (Point to 2.) How often does Kathy ride her
little brother feel better. bike each month? (Tap.) Two times.
Repeat steps e and f until firm.
Yes, Kathy rides her bike two times each
g. (Call on a student.) What are some of the month.
things Tessa did to make her brother feel
better? (Ideas: Gave him things he liked to eat; c. (Point to 30.) Does Benny ride his bike more
kissed him; told him she was sorry.) often? (Tap.) Yes.

• (Repeat step g with several students.) Say the sentence. (Tap.) Benny rides his bike
more often.

• How often does Benny ride his bike each
23 month? (Tap.) 30 times.

• Yes, Benny rides his bike 30 times each month.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Benny rides his bike 30

h. Does he feel better than he did when she times each month.
scared him? (Tap.) Yes. d. Who rides a bike more often, Kathy or Benny?
(Tap.) Benny.
• Yes, he feels a lot better than he did. • Yes, Benny rides his bike more often than
Say the sentence. (Tap.) He feels a lot better
Kathy.
than he did. Say the sentence about Benny. (Tap.) Benny
Repeat step h until firm.
rides his bike more often than Kathy.
Exercise 24 ate and drank • Who rides a bike less often? (Tap.) Kathy.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Kathy rides a bike less
a. Listen: For breakfast, they eat eggs and drink
coffee. often than Benny.
Repeat steps a through d until firm.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) For breakfast, they eat
eggs and drink coffee.

• Say the sentence about what they did. (Tap.)
For breakfast, they ate eggs and drank coffee.

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Lesson 86

e. (Point to person walking.) This row shows c. Where was Tommy? (Tap.) In school.
how often Kathy and Benny walk to work Yes,Tommy was in school.
each week. • He started to feel sick. He told his teacher,“I

• Does it show how often they walk to work don’t feel well.”
each month? (Tap.) No. • Listen: He told his teacher,“I don’t feel well.”
Say the sentence about what he told his
• It shows how often they walk to work each
week. teacher. (Tap.) I don’t feel well.
d. His teacher said,“You shouldn’t be in school if
Say the sentence about what it shows. (Tap.)
It shows how often they walk to work each week. you don’t feel well.”
What did she say? (Tap.) You shouldn’t be in
f. How often does Kathy walk to work each
week? (Tap.) Zero times. school if you don’t feel well.
e. He told her where he wanted to go.
• How often does Benny walk to work each • Where did he want to go? (Tap.) Home.
week? (Tap.) Five times. • Yes, he said,“I want to go home.”
• What did he say? (Tap.) I want to go home.
g. Who walks to work more often? (Tap.) Benny. Repeat steps c through e until firm.
• Yes, Benny walks to work more often.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Benny walks to work f. His teacher said she would call somebody.
• Who did she want to call? (Tap.) His mother.
more often. • Yes, she said,“I will call your mother.”
• Who walks to work less often? (Tap.) Kathy. • What did she say? (Tap.) I will call your mother.
Say the sentence about Kathy. (Tap.) Kathy g. (Call on a student.) What did the teacher

walks to work less often. want Tommy’s mother to do? (Idea: Pick
Yes, Kathy walks to work less often. him up.)
Repeat steps e through g until firm. • Yes, she wanted his mother to pick him up.
Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) She wanted
Exercise 26 tommy story his mother to pick him up.
h. She said,“I will find out if she can pick you up.”
a. You learned that sick is the opposite of well. What did she say? (Tap.) I will find out if she can
• What is the opposite of well? (Tap.) Sick. pick you up.
b. You learned a sentence about how Tommy Repeat steps f through h until firm.

was feeling and what he wanted to do.

• Raise your hand if you know that sentence. ✓

• (Call on a student.) Say the sentence about
Tommy. Tommy was not well and he wanted to
go home.

• Tommy was not well and he wanted to go
home.

Everybody, say the sentence. (Tap.) Tommy was
not well and he wanted to go home.

Repeat steps a and b until firm.

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i. The teacher asked Tommy,“Is your mother at Lesson 86
home now?”
Exercise 27 sing-sang leave-left
• What did she ask? (Tap.) Is your mother at
home now? a. I’ll say sentences that tell about now. You’ll
say sentences that tell about an earlier time.
• Was she at home? (Tap.) No.
• Where was she? (Tap.) At work. b. I can not leave before 9 o’clock.
Yes,Tommy told the teacher that his mother Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) I can not

was at work. leave before 9 o’clock.
j. The teacher asked Tommy,“Do you know her • Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)

phone number?” I could not leave before 9 o’clock.
• What did she ask? (Tap.) Do you know her c. I leave my car on the street.
Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) I leave my
phone number?
k. Tommy told her the number. car on the street.
• The teacher called Tommy’s mother. • Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
Say the sentence. (Tap.) The teacher called
I left my car on the street.
Tommy’s mother. d. She sings too much.
Repeat steps i through k until firm.
Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) She sings
l. His mother told the teacher,“I will be there too much.
soon.”
• Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
• What did she tell the teacher? (Tap.) I will be She sang too much.
there soon.
e. I sing songs when I take a shower.
• Ten minutes later,Tommy’s mother picked Say the sentence about now. (Tap.) I sing songs
him up.
when I take a shower.
Say the sentence. (Tap.) Ten minutes later, • Say the sentence about an earlier time. (Tap.)
Tommy’s mother picked him up.
I sang songs when I took a shower.
m. She said,“I will take Tommy home, then I will Repeat steps a through e until firm.
go back to work.”

• What did she say? (Tap.) I will take Tommy
home, then I will go back to work.

n. So Tommy went home with his mother, then
she went back to work.

Repeats l through n until firm.

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