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1 Broca Area: The “Speech Center” of the brain. We Are Our WordsBroca Area: The “Speech Center” of the brain.Loreto KaplanESOL/ Spanish Teacher BCHS
2 Why foreigners have trouble with the English Language Why foreigners have trouble with the English Language? There is no egg in the eggplant No ham in the hamburger And neither pine nor apple in the pineapple. English muffins were not invented in England French fries were not invented in France. Quicksand takes you down slowly. Boxing rings are square. And a guinea pig is neither from Guinea nor is it a pig. If writers write, how come fingers don't fing? If the plural of tooth is teethShouldn't the plural of phone booth be phone beeth?
3 What common English word is 9 letters long, and each time you remove a letter from it, it still remains an English word - from 9 letters all the way to a single remaining letter?
14 Listening DOL (Daily Oral Listening activities) Basic(1) John has a new friend named Henry.Question: What is the name of John’s new friend?(2) Jose called his friend at half past six.Question: When did Jose call his friend?
15 Listening-DOL (Daily Oral Listening activities) Intermediate(1) John met a new friend at work. His friend’s name is Henry, spelled H-E-N-R-Y.Question: Where did John meet his new friend?(2) Jose called his friend and asked if he would like to meet him at half past six at the Pizza Hut.Question: What time did Jose want his friend to meet him?
16 Listening DOL (Daily Oral Listening activities) Advanced(1) John met a new friend at work. His new friend’s name is Henry, spelled H-E-N-R-Y. Henry is from Colombia.Question: What is Henry’s country of origin?
17 Teaching English Through Songs SpeculationPicturesVocabularyFilling in the blanksPhonetics.Strips of PaperSpotting the mistakesIdentify parts of the speech
18 Imagine – John Lennon Nouns heaven sky countries life man people Imagine there's no ______________It's easy if you try No hell below us Above us only ______________ Imagine all the people Living for today...Imagine there's no ___________________It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people Living ___________in peace... You may say I'm a dreamer But I'm not the only one I hope someday you'll join us And the world will be as one
19 When I find myself in times of trouble Let It Be - BeatlesWhen I find myself in times of troubleMother Mary comes to me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be. In my hour of darkness She is standing right in front of me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be. Let it be, let it be. Whisper words of wisdom, let it be. And when the broken hearted people Living in the world agree, There will be an answer, let it be. For though they may be parted there is Still a chance that they will see There will be an answer, let it be. Let it be, let it be. Yeah There will be an answer, let it be.
20 Speaking- Role Play Groceries Sam: I am going to the grocery store. Do we need anything?Keiko: Yes. Let's make a list.Sam: OK. We need milk. What else?Keiko: We also need eggs and cheese.Sam: What about fruit?Keiko: Yes. Get bananas, apples, and oranges.Sam: Any juice?Keiko: Sure. Get some orange juice.Sam: Do we need vegetables?Keiko: Yes. Get tomatoes, peppers, and lettuce.Sam: I’ll also get spinach and onion. What else?Keiko: Oh, bread and rice.Sam: And do you want anything for desert?Keiko: Of course. Get some ice cream.
21 What time does Ivan go to bed? SPEAKINGNameGo to BedGet upEat breakfastLeave for workMary10 p.m.6 a.m.yes7:15 a.m.John1 a.m.7 a.m.8:15 a.m.Ivan7:30 a.m.9 p.m.noJosephPossible questions:What time does Ivan go to bed?Who leaves for work last in the morning?How many people go to work at night?
22 Conversation Questions Food & Eating Are there any foods that you wouldn't eat as a child that you eat now?At what times do you usually eat your meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)?Did you drink coffee this morning?Do you always eat dinner with your family?Do you always eat vegetables?Do you cook? If yes, what food do you cook the most often?Do you drink milk every day? Do you drink tea every day?
33 HOLIDAYS July 4th Independence Day During the 1600s, thousands of Europeans came to live in the New World, but the majority of these colonists where from England. These people lived in thirteen colonies along the Eastern coast of the American continent. The colonists were required to pay taxes to the King of England, and the taxes got higher and higher. Finally the colonists became furious and refused to pay. Representatives from each of the thirteen colonies met to discuss their problem. They called this group the Continental Congress. They sent a letter telling King George III that if he didn't lower the taxes, the colonists would not buy anything from England ever again. Instead of lowering the taxes, the king sent his army to America. The Continental Congress decided to fight back. They wrote the Declaration of Independence which was a document that proclaimed the colonies would no longer accept England's government. The colonies would have their own government. On July 4th, 1776, the Continental Congress officially accepted it.
34 Guided Writing: Using Pictures in one-on-one tutoring Show a picture to studentsAsk the student to think about the person in the picture.Ask questions about the picture:What’s the person’s name?Where does she live?Who does she live with?How old is she?For every answer, ask student to write the answer.
35 Guided WritingUse a picture to help the student to complete sentences and generate sentences on their ownExample:The man is_________The tree is big and_____________________The woman looks very___________The police office is going to_______________Add questions like: What is the man doing?
36 Guided WritingTell the student to write a complete sentence about three things he/she brought with him/her to class today.Ask questions:What does it look like?What is it used for?How long have you have it?Did you buy it?
40 Regular verbs: Past Tense Pronunciation of -ed Ending RuleExamplest and d SoundsFinal ed is pronounced ed after t and d sounds. Theelected(ed sound)ed adds a syllable to the word.endedVoiceless SoundsFinal -ed is pronounced t after voiceless sounds.workedc, ck, ch, f, h,You make a voiceless sound by pushing air throughwashedk, p, s, sh, xyour mouth. No sound comes from your throat.liked (t sound)lookedVoiced SoundsFinal ed is pronounced d after voiced sounds. Youarrivedb, g, j, l, m, n,make a voiced sound from your throat. Your voicecalledr, v, w, y, z, andbox vibrates.livedall vowel soundsrained (d sound)robbed