Word of the Day Level II: Sibling – [sib-ling] – /ˈsɪblɪŋ/ – Noun
A brother or sister.
Discussion: What is a SIBLING and do the students have SIBLINGS.
Singular – Sibling (Brother / Brothers)
Plural – Siblings (Sister / Sisters)
Ask the following:
Do you have a little/younger brother or little/younger sister?
Do you have a big/older brother or big/older sister?
English Textbook Level One – Page 60: Jobs People Do (Textbook Only)
Very early, Early, On Time, Late, Very Late
Provide a simple explanation with some sort of example, such as:
When does the student go to bed?
When does the student eat?
Focus Word(s): Round – (Round is shape, a 3-D Shape)
Baker – A person, who bakes, makes and sells bread, cake, etc.
Florist – A grower, retailer of flowers, ornamental plants, etc.
Teacher – A person who teaches or instructs, especially as a profession such as an instructor.
Mailman – Postman – A person employed by the post office to deliver mail; mail carrier.
- Ask students to guess what the people / workers on page 60 have in their bags/packages/containers/boxes.
- Discuss with the students the occupations of the people/workers on page 60.
- What do they do? – Example: Teacher teaches in a school.
- How do they help us? – Example: Teacher helps students to learn.
- Where do they work? – Example: Teacher works in a school.
- Ask the students what they can see, smell, taste, feel, and hear on page 60.
- Discuss the 4 (four) questions on page 60 and the students write the answers in their textbooks.
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