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Word of the Day Level II: Letter Ee – E, e – [ee] – /i/ – Noun, plural E’s or Es, e’s or es.
The fifth (5th) letter of the English alphabet, a vowel.
Activity: Ask the students who can give five (5) words that begin with letter Ee very quickly.
Note: Letter Ee is the 5th, letter of the alphabet; it comes before letter Ff, and after Letter Dd.
English Textbook Level One – Page 49: – Where I Live (MY, HER, HIS, THEIR)
Discuss previous homework: Possessive Adjectives
English Textbook Level One – Page 50: – Where I Live (Textbook Only)
Note: Ask the students what they can see on page 50, and discuss in complete sentences.
Discuss the words below (Dirty, Clean, Empty, Full) using complete sentences.
Focus Word(s): Dirty, Clean, Empty, Full (Adjectives)
[dur-tee] – /ˈdɜrti/ – adjective, dirt·i·er, dirt·i·est.
Definition: soiled with dirt; foul; unclean
Example: I have dirty laundry that needs to be done.
[kleen] – /klin/ – adjective, clean·er, clean·est.
Definition: free from dirt; unsoiled; unstained
Example: She bathed and put on a clean dress.
[emp-tee] – /ˈɛmpti/ – adjective, emp·ti·er, emp·ti·est.
Definition: containing nothing; having none of the usual or appropriate contents
Example: I have an empty bottle.
[foo l] – /fʊl/ – adjective, full·er, full·est.
Definition: completely filled; containing all that can be held; filled to utmost capacity
Example: I have a full cup of milk.
English Textbook Level One – Page 50: – Where I Live (DIRTY, CLEAN, EMPTY, FULL)
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word DIRTY.
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word CLEAN.
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word EMPTY.
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word FULL.