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Week Four ELITE. New Vocabulary To practice the new vocabulary below, pronounce them as you write them down.

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1 Week Four ELITE

2 New Vocabulary To practice the new vocabulary below, pronounce them as you write them down

3 Words about Feelings Anger Happiness Jealousy Boredom Courage Curiosity Excitement Frustration Love Regret Sadness Shame Surprise Trust Wonder Anger Bore Love Regret Embarrass Trust Wonder Angry Bored Embarrassed Wonderful Interesting Sad Loving Frustrated Excited Curious Brave Jealous Great Bad

4 Prepositions, Infinitives, and Gerunds On In Around Through Inside Outside From With Until About Near For From After Before Beneath Above To At Of Behind Across To walk To run To turn To go To fight To arrive To leave To enter To exit To drive To like (“To” + any verb) Walking Running Turning Going Fighting Arriving Leaving Entering Exiting Driving (“ing” of any verb, acts as a noun)

5 Clothes T-shirt Jacket Sweater Pants Shorts Underwear Socks Shoes Shirt Jeans Dress Skirt Wear Take-off Throw Long Short Thick Thin Hot Cool Dirty Clean

6 The Hospital Doctor Nurse Disease Medicine Treatment Waiting room Examination Examine Treat Sick Healthy

7 Connecting Old and New Vocabulary Take out your old vocabulary sheets and make five connections between the new vocabulary and the old vocabulary

8 Extended Writing Draw from your old vocabulary and the new vocabulary to write five sentences.

9 Practicing Infinitives and Gerunds Fill in the blank with the correct choices that best express the meaning of the paragraph

10 Practicing Vocabulary through Conversation Write down your conversation as you talk about the following topics The Hospital The Weather Houses Transportation Emotions

11 Roleplaying Pretend you are one of the people you read about in the fill- in-the-blank passages. Pick one of the passages and assume that you are the main character in the passage. Tell your partners about yourself. Step 1: Find the words that are new to you Step 2: Practice pronouncing the new words out loud Step 3: Give a speech to your partners Step 4: Have your partners paraphrase what you said or ask you questions about what you said

12 Picture Quiz

13 Picture Quiz

14 Old Vocabulary Go back to the old vocabulary and start pronouncing them to each other Spend some time reviewing both the pronunciation and the meaning of the old vocabulary

15 Teaching Abstract Vocabulary Make it fun an engaging as always so that children will be excited to learn the new vocabulary Lesson Plan Example Make a set of emotion pictures (e.g. a smiley face for happiness)and gather the children around Pull out a card and ask the children to pronounce the word Make sure the children understand what the word means Ask the children to try making the same face as the picture

16 Encouraging Children to Learn Abstract Vocabulary Come up with interesting reading passages for your children to read Work with the children even more in-depth on reading and writing Lesson Plan Example Come up with an interesting reading passage: Jim is happy that he can finally fly in an airplane. He is going to France and he is excited about all the food he can eat. He does not want to sleep on the plane. He does not think that he will be tired. He is too happy to feel sleepy. When he arrives in France, he will try to look around a lot. Ask the children to read the story to each other Ask the children to draw some pictures regarding Jim Ask the children to write about what makes them happy or excited, and have the children read out loud their writing

17 Feelings in Conversation Encourage children to use words regarding feelings in conversation Practice using pictures to teach new words and more abstract concepts to children Lesson Plan Ask the children to draw emoticons for all the feelings that they have learned about Then ask the children to write one sentence for each emoticon to explain why the emoticon feels that way Help the children put their writings together into a little book

18 Teaching Children to Use New Syntax By exposing the children to a variety of writing styles and different phrases early on, the children will gain a strong base in English reading and writing later To encourage the children, participants can use a reward system such as stickers Lesson Plan Provide a list of new phrases to the children (go around the house, behind the hospital, running into the wind, feeling the rain) Ask the children to draw pictures representing the new phrases Ask them to demonstrate the action (for example if a chair were the hospital, the children would run behind it)

19 Interactive Songs Lead the children through some more songs to help them learn the English language through interactive channels


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