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Word of the Day Level II: Exchange – ex·change – [iks-cheynj] – /ɪksˈtʃeɪndʒ/
Discussion: What can you EXCHANGE?
English Textbook Level One: Page 44 (Textbook Only)
Students should be taught how to read the story and understand what the story is about.
Ask the students questions in regards to the story that they have just read, such as the following:
- Who went fishing?
- What did the two men do?
- What did the 1st man cry out?
- What did the 2nd man cry out?
- What did the 1st may say?
- What did the 2nd man say?
** The above are some examples that can be used.
Focus Word(s): Cried – To Call Loudly; Shout; Yell (Verb), Went
Students already know the word YELL, and should understand the meaning of CRIED.
Note: Ask the students what they can see in the picture that is in their textbook.
Discussion: Occupations / Jobs
Introduce what kind of occupations/jobs people can do.
Explain: Punctuation marks are symbols that indicate the structure and organization of written language, as well as intonation and pauses to be observed when reading aloud.
- question mark ( ? )
- quotation marks ( ‘ ’, “ ”, ‘ ‘, ” ” )
- exclamation mark ( ! )
- full stop / period ( . )
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