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Word of the Day Level II: Letter Ff – F, f – [ef] – /ɛf/ – Noun, plural F’s or Fs, f’s or fs.
The sixth (6th) letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
Activity: Ask the students who can give five (5) words that begin with letter Ff very quickly.
Note: Letter Ff is the 6th, letter of the alphabet; it comes before letter Gf, and after Letter Ee.
English Textbook Level One – Page 50: – Where I Live (DIRTY, CLEAN, EMPTY, FULL)
Discuss previous homework – Write 5 sentences using Dirty, Clean, Empty, Full.
English Textbook Level One – Page 51: – Where I Live (Textbook Only)
Note: Ask the students what they can see on page 51, and discuss in complete sentences.
Read and Discuss the words below (Hard, Soft, High, Low) using complete sentences.
Focus Word(s): Hard, Soft, High, Low (Adjectives)
Hard: [hahrd] – /hɑrd/ – adjective, hard·er, hard·est.
Definition: not soft; solid and firm to the touch;
unyielding to pressure and impenetrable or almost impenetrable.
Example: That’s a hard question.
Soft: [sawft, soft] – /sɔft, sɒft/ – adjective, soft·er, soft·est.
Definition: yielding readily to touch or pressure; easily penetrated, divided, or changed in shape; not hard or stiff
Example: I rest my head on a soft pillow.
High: [hahy] – /haɪ/ adjective, high·er, high·est.
Definition: having a great or considerable extent or reach upward or vertically; lofty; tall
Example: I can climb a high wall.
Low: [loh] – /loʊ/ – adjective, low·er, low·est.
Definition: situated, placed, or occurring not far above the ground, floor, or base
Example: My bed is very low.
English Textbook Level One – Page 51: – Where I Live (HARD, SOFT, HIGH, LOW)
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word HARD.
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word SOFT.
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word HIGH.
Write 5 sentences on the bottom, using the word LOW.