Word of the Day Level II: Soggy – sog·gy – [sog-ee] – /ˈsɒgi/ – adjective, sog·gi·er, sog·gi·est.
soaked; thoroughly wet; sodden.
Discussion: What is a SOGGY and can be SOGGY.
- Explain: Wet – [wet] – /wɛt/ – Adjective, wet·ter, wet·test.
Moistened, covered, or soaked with water or some other liquid: wet hands.
- Explain: Dry – [drahy] – /draɪ/ – Adjective, dri·er, dri·est.
Free from moisture or excess moisture; not moist; not wet: a dry towel; dry air.
English Textbook Level One – Page 61: Jobs People Do (Textbook Only)
Many People Work In A Town.
The difference between a village, town (Jin Sha) and a city (Nantong).
Village: A small community or group of houses in a rural area, larger than a hamlet and usually smaller than a town, and sometimes (as in parts of the U.S.) incorporated as a municipality.
Town: A thickly populated area, usually smaller than a city and larger than a village, having fixed boundaries and certain local powers of government.
City: A large or important town, (in the U.S.) an incorporated municipality, usually governed by a mayor and a board of aldermen or councilmen.
Chef – The chief cook, especially in a restaurant or hotel, usually responsible for planning menus, ordering foodstuffs, overseeing food preparation, and supervising the kitchen staff.
Food Vendor – A person or agency that sells food.
Sweeper – A person or thing that sweeps such as janitor.
Fireman – Firefighter: A person employed to extinguish or prevent fires.
Policewoman – Police Officer – A female member of a police force, body or law enforcement.
Focus Word(s): Restaurant, Fire Truck, Broom
- Ask students to guess what the people / workers on page 61.
- Discuss with the students the occupations of the people/workers on page 61.
- What do they do? – Example: Chef cooks in a restaurant.
- How do they help us? – Example: Fireman helps put out/fights fire.
- Where do they work? – Example: Policewoman works in a Police Station.
- What occupations do people in their neighborhood, town and/or city have.
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