Flag of the day: Page 16 – Nevada
Note: Tell the students that it would be a great idea if they can have a CLASS FLAG, and to draw a class flag on the glass board.
Word of the Day Level II: Letter Dd – D, d – [dee] – /di/ – Noun, plural D’s or Ds, d’s or ds.
The fourth (4th) letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
Activity: Ask the students who can give five (5) words that begin with letter Dd very quickly.
Note: Letter Dd is the 4th, letter of the alphabet; it comes before letter Ee, and after Letter Cc.
English Textbook Level One – Page 47: – Where I Live (Textbook Only)
I go high, I go low.
I go up, I go down.
My bike and I, go all around town.
English Textbook Level One – Page 48: – Where I Live (Textbook Only)
Where I Live:
House – [n., adj. hous; v. houz] – /n., adj. haʊs; v. haʊz/
Noun, plural hous·es [hou-ziz] – /ˈhaʊzɪz/
Building in which people live; residence for human beings.
Apartment – [uh-pahrt-muhnt] – /əˈpɑrtmənt/ – Noun
A room or a group of related rooms, among similar sets in one building, designed for use as a dwelling.
Note: Read the simple passages, and ask the students what they can see.
**A HOUSE and an APARTMENT are homes. **
Discussion: Explain to the students the difference between an apartment and a house.
Ask the students if they live in an apartment or a house.
Ask the students where their friends and family live.
Ask the students what they can do in an apartment or a house.