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ELD 1 Standards Listening and Speaking: Strategies and Applications LS1: Begin to speak with a few words or sentences, using some English phonemes and.

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1 ELD 1 Standards Listening and Speaking: Strategies and Applications LS1: Begin to speak with a few words or sentences, using some English phonemes and rudimentary English grammatical forms (e.g., single words and phrases). LS 2: Independently use common social greetings and simple repetitive phrases (e.g., “Thank you.”, “You’re welcome.”). LS 3: Respond to simple directions and questions using physical actions and other means of non-verbal communication (e.g., matching objects, pointing to an answer, drawing pictures. LS4: Answer simple questions with one- to two-word responses.

2 ELD 2 Standards Listening and Speaking: Strategies and Applications LS1: Begin be understood when speaking, but may have some inconsistent use of standard English grammatical forms and sounds (e.g., plurals, simple past tense, pronouns he/she). LS 2: Orally communicate basic needs (e.g., “May I get a drink?”). LS 3: Retell familiar stories and short conversations by using appropriate gestures, expressions and illustrative objects. LS4: Recite familiar rhymes, songs and simple stories.

3 My Turn, Your Turn Lesson 31, Day 1 Today we will learn to discuss the different physical qualities of animals.

4 Key Vocabulary : elephantwhalerabbitspiderbeemonkey fisheaglebeardolphingiraffebutterfly

5 Vocabulary Review: catdogduckcowmousefly parrotmonkeygoatsnakehorselion

6 Animals that have skin furfeathers Interactive Warm-Up:

7 Lesson 31 Lessons CD~Audio Track 34 We are people, we are covered in skin From the tip of our toes, To the tip of our chin! Animals have skin, and many have fur To keep them warm, So they don ’ t say “ Brrrr! ” Birds have skin, but most have feathers To help them fly in all kinds of weather. Now here ’ s a fun and easy game; What furry animals can YOU name?

8 Partner Review: p. 35

9 Homework:

10 My Turn, Your Turn Lesson 31, Day 2 Today we will learn to discuss the different physical qualities of animals.

11 Vocabulary Review: catdogduckcowmousefly parrotmonkeygoatsnakehorselion

12 Key Vocabulary : elephantwhalerabbitspiderbeemonkey fisheaglebeardolphingiraffebutterfly

13 Lesson 31 Lessons CD~Audio Track 34 We are people, we are covered in skin From the tip of our toes, To the tip of our chin! Animals have skin, and many have fur To keep them warm, So they don ’ t say “ Brrrr! ” Birds have skin, but most have feathers To help them fly in all kinds of weather. Now here ’ s a fun and easy game; What furry animals can YOU name?

14 Comprehension Check p. 36

15 Partner Review: p. 33

16 My Turn, Your Turn Lesson 31, Day 3 Today we will learn to discuss the different physical qualities of animals.

17 Vocabulary Review: catdogduckcowmousefly parrotmonkeygoatsnakehorselion

18 Key Vocabulary : elephantwhalerabbitspiderbeemonkey fisheaglebeardolphingiraffebutterfly

19 Lesson 31 Lessons CD~Audio Track 34 We are people, we are covered in skin From the tip of our toes, To the tip of our chin! Animals have skin, and many have fur To keep them warm, So they don ’ t say “ Brrrr! ” Birds have skin, but most have feathers To help them fly in all kinds of weather. Now here ’ s a fun and easy game; What furry animals can YOU name?

20 Team Practice: Appendix p.307 This is a pig. Point to it. Does a pig have fur, skin or feathers? Answer: The pig has skin.

21 My Turn, Your Turn Lesson 31, Day 4 Today we will learn to discuss the different physical qualities of animals.

22 Vocabulary Review: catdogduckcowmousefly parrotmonkeygoatsnakehorselion

23 Key Vocabulary : elephantwhalerabbitspiderbeemonkey fisheaglebeardolphingiraffebutterfly

24 Lesson 31 Lessons CD~Audio Track 34 We are people, we are covered in skin From the tip of our toes, To the tip of our chin! Animals have skin, and many have fur To keep them warm, So they don ’ t say “ Brrrr! ” Birds have skin, but most have feathers To help them fly in all kinds of weather. Now here ’ s a fun and easy game; What furry animals can YOU name?

25 Cultural Connection Lesson 32 CD-Audio 50 Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o, And on his farm he had a ____, e-i-e-i-o, With a (n) ___, ___ here and a(n) ___, ___ there, here a(n) ___, there a(n) ___, everywhere a(n) ___, ___, Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o.


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