Begin with ABC's, letter's phonics,numbers 1-50,intro.

Unit 1: Greetings

 

  • Topic: Nice to meet you.
  • Communication Objectives: To learn to greet people the first time you meet them.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to learn formulaic expressions for greeting people the first time you meet.
  • Vocabulary:  nice, meet, you,
  • Sentence Structures:
    • Nice to meet you.
    • Nice to meet you too.

 Grammar:  We often use the expression ‘Nice to meet you’ when it is the first time, we are meeting someone. The word ‘nice’ is an adjective, which in this case is often followed by the the infinitive form of the verb ‘to meet’. Here are some other examples:

  • Nice (adjective to describe how I feel) + to meet (infinitive or base form of the verb)
  • Glad (adjective to describe how I feel) + to meet (infinitive or base form of the verb)
  • Pleased (adjective to describe how I feel) + to meet (infinitive or base form of the verb)
  • Happy(adjective to describe how I feel) + to meet (infinitive or base form of the verb)

Unit 2: How many?

 

  • Topic: How many apples?
  • Communication Objectives: To learn to count from one to ten and ask for number responses.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions using the ‘How many’ question format.
  • Vocabulary:  Numbers – one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, apples, dogs, etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • How many apples are there?
    • There is one apple.
    • How many oranges are there?
    • There are two oranges.

 

  • How many: Practice using the question format, ‘how many’ to trigger a response with numbers.
  • There is:  used when we only have one item.  (There is one apple. / There is an apple.)
  • There are: used when we have more than one item.  (There are two apples. / There are three apples.)

Unit 3: How old are you?

 

  • Topic: How old are you?
  • Communication Objectives: To learn to ask and give information about your age in English.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions about age using the ‘How old’ question format.
  • Vocabulary:  Numbers – one, two, three, four, five, six, years, old etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • How old are you, Bob?
    • I'm six years old.  
    • Bob is six years old.

 Grammar:

  • How old: Practice using the question format, ‘how old’ to know about the age of someone or something.
  • I'm vs. I am:  Learn to use contractions with the verb 'to be' in the first person singular.
  • Bob is: Learn to use the verb 'to be' in the 3rd person singular.

Unit 4: Actions

 

  • Topic: Can you run fast?
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to express possibility and ability in English.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions about ability using the ‘can/can't’ auxiliary, modal verb in conjunction with action verbs.
  • Vocabulary:  action verbs – jump, run, swim, fly, walk, clap, write  etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • Can you run fast?
    • Yes, I can. 
    • No, I can't.

 Grammar:

  • can/can't: Practice using the modal verb 'can/can't' to ask and respond to questions on ability.
  • can't  vs. cannot:  Learn to use contractions with the modal verb 'can'.

Unit 5: Clothes

 

  • Topic: Clothes & Colors - What are you wearing?
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to describe clothes by using their colors.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask for and give descriptions of things using adjectives of color.
  • Vocabulary:  clothes and colors  – T-shirt, yellow, shorts, purple, pink, red, green, etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • What are you wearing today?
    • I'm wearing a yellow T-shirt.

 Grammar:

  • present progressive: We use the present progressive to talk about on-going or continuous actions. In this lesson we will use the present progressive form of the verb 'to wear' for describing what we 'are wearing'.
  • adjectives of color: an adjective is a word that describes a noun. Since colors are used to describe things, they are considered adjectives. Ex: a yellow T-shirt, a green apple.

Unit 6: Toys

 

  • Topic: Toys lesson - Where is my teddy?
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to talk about where things are using toys vocabulary.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions about positions of things using the question form 'Where is' and prepositions of place.
  • Vocabulary:  toys  – teddy bear, robot, car, plane,   etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • Where is my teddy bear?
    • It's on the bed.  
    • It's under the chair.

 Grammar:

  • Prepositions of place:  This lesson focuses on use of three key prepositions of place (in, on, under) to respond to 'Where is' questions. The lesson vividly presents the correct use of these prepositions. Watch and learn.

Begin with letter's phonics.

Unit 7: Transportation

 

  • Topic: Transportation - I come to school by car.
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to talk about means of transportation.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions about means of transportation using the question format 'how do you?'.
  • Vocabulary:  transportation  – foot, car, plane, bus, bicycle, taxi, truck, van  etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • Do you always come to school by car?
    • Yes, I do.
    • How do you come to school?

 

  • Grammar:

by car / on foot:  When we use a machine (car, truck, train) we often use the preposition 'by'. We go 'by' that machine. When we walk we usually use 'on'. We go on foot.

Examples:

  • I come to school by car.
  • I come to school by taxi.
  • I come to school on foot. (CORRECT)
  • I come to school by foot. (WRONG)

Unit 8: Jobs

 

  • Topic: Jobs - My father is a doctor.
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to talk about what jobs people do.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions and describe the jobs people do.
  • Vocabulary:  jobs –doctor, dentist, nurse, police officer, firefighter, teacher, farmer  etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • What does your father do?
    • He is a dentist.
    • He takes care of our teeth.

 

  • Grammar:

3rd person singular:  In this lesson we will learn to use a couple of verbs in the 3rd person singular. Usually we add 's' to the verb, but with the verb 'do' we add 'es'.

Examples:

  • I do / He does / She does
  • I take care of teeth. / He takes care of teeth.
  • I look after sick people. / He looks after sick people. 

Unit 9: Weather

 

  • Topic: Weather & clothes - How's the weather?
  • Communication Objectives: Learn to talk about weather conditions and weather clothes in English.
  • Language Objectives: To learn to ask and answer questions about weather conditions using the question form 'how'. The lesson will also focus on key phrasal verbs used when talking about dressing in up for the weather (put on vs. take off).
  • Vocabulary:  weather conditions – sunny, hot, rainy, sunglasses, umbrella, sweater, shorts, hat, put on, take off   etc.
  • Sentence Structures:
    • How's the weather today?
    • It's hot and sunny.
    • Put on your sunglasses.

 Grammar:

  • Phrasal verbs: This lesson makes use of two phrasal verbs - take off vs. put on. A phrasal verb is a verb that is usually accompanied by a preposition and the meaning is best understood in context. In the context of this weather and clothes lesson, the two phrasal verbs are well illustrated and easy to understand.
  • How's vs. How is:  Contractions occur regular in spoken English.

Process

Time

The lesson is around 45 minutes.


Emphasis on the letter's phonics (2 minutes)

Revision of the preceding unit (10 minutes)

New content (10 minutes)

Practice (10 minutes)

Worksheet (8 minutes)

Homework preparation (5 minutes)




Worksheet

Worksheet and homework will be important at that point. The worksheet will be based of the new content they saw, association pictures with words mostly but the homework will be separated in 3 parts. Writing, grammar and phonics related to the new vocabulary.

Evaluation

Before starting the level, we need to make sure that the students understood 75% of the level 1. 


The students will need to understand 75% of the level 2 in order to progress to level 3. Revision classes may be necessary and are highly encouraged.