Cue Cards Cue cards for six answers. Questionnaire An easy to use questionnaire for a lot of practice. Print 2 sheets on A4 paper.
Practice writing upper/lower case alphabet, name, and “I’m fine.” (etc)
Animal Cue Cards Use these cue cards to practice vocabulary before doing the questionnaire. “How many?” Questionnaire Use this questionnaire to practice asking and answering, “How many?” Have students begin by counting and writing the answer for their picture on the first line. There are six different versions of the sheet, so students […]
Cue Cards Easy to print cue cards for the new vocabulary. Print to A4 for big cards. Reduce to Photo L for small cards. Sets of these cards are great for playing karuta and games. Slideshow Use this Keynote slide show containing most of the vocabulary to work with the students. Students see part of […]
A simple questionnaire to get students talking with each other. Begin by making a list of items in the left column. If students are not able to write the word in English, have them draw pictures. Next, interview three friends.
This video introduces most of the vocabulary in Lesson 4. Students first see a close-up and try to guess the picture. Eventually, the photo pulls back to reveal the answer. After the picture has pulled back, have students listen and repeat the vocabulary like this, “I like apples.”
Match Pictures with Words Connect the pictures and words with a line. Write and Match Practice writing the vocabulary words. Then connect the words with the picture. Word Search A simple word search using fruit vocabulary from Lesson 4. Print two pages per A4 sheet.
Interview sheet Why do we have an interview sheet if there is already one in the book? Because at least one student doesn’t bring their book to class every week! We like to be prepared. Also, this sheet give students more options. We really like to have our students interview each other. (The interview sheet on […]
Yes, we are placing materials for Lesson 7 right after Lesson 1. Why? Because students needs to be able to ask “What’s this?” from the very beginning. (Actually, they should learn this in first grade!) Also, we are using vocabulary that students can use at home with their families every day. Utensil Vocabulary We are […]
Subject Cue Cards (Set of 10) A4 Pages file (A4 is a great size for big cue cards.) (18mb) A4 Word file A4 pdf file (32mb) L size Pages file (Picture on right. L size is great for making cue card sets. We change the color of the triangle on each set we print so that […]