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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 rudimentary English grammatical forms (e.g., single words and phrases).

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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 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.


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.


My Turn, Your Turn

Lesson 32, Day 1

Today we will learn to classify animals according to different criteria.


Vocabulary Review:

cat

dog

duck

cow

mouse

fly

parrot

monkey

goat

snake

horse

lion


Key Vocabulary:

elephant

whale

rabbit

spider

bee

monkey

fish

eagle

bear

dolphin

giraffe

butterfly



My Turn, Your Turn~Lesson 32

Lessons 27-32 CD~Audio Track 45

Groups of animals

Big and small,

Together we will name them all.

Whales, elephants,

And giraffes, you see,

They are much, much bigger

Than you or me.

Flies and ants

And mice and bees

Are smaller than you

And smaller than me!




My Turn, Your Turn

Lesson 31, Day 2

Today we will learn to classify animals according to different criteria.


Vocabulary Review:

cat

dog

duck

cow

mouse

fly

parrot

monkey

goat

snake

horse

lion


Key Vocabulary:

elephant

whale

rabbit

spider

bee

monkey

fish

eagle

bear

dolphin

giraffe

butterfly


My Turn, Your Turn~Lesson 32

Lessons 27-32 CD~Audio Track 45

Groups of animals

Big and small,

Together we will name them all.

Whales, elephants,

And giraffes, you see,

They are much, much bigger

Than you or me.

Flies and ants

And mice and bees

Are smaller than you

And smaller than me!




My Turn, Your Turn

Lesson 31, Day 3

Today we will learn to classify animals according to different criteria.


Vocabulary Review:

cat

dog

duck

cow

mouse

fly

parrot

monkey

goat

snake

horse

lion


Key Vocabulary:

elephant

whale

rabbit

spider

bee

monkey

fish

eagle

bear

dolphin

giraffe

butterfly


My Turn, Your Turn~Lesson 32

Lessons 27-32 CD~Audio Track 45

Groups of animals

Big and small,

Together we will name them all.

Whales, elephants,

And giraffes, you see,

They are much, much bigger

Than you or me.

Flies and ants

And mice and bees

Are smaller than you

And smaller than me!


Class Practice:

We will classify animals by different criteria

animals

sting/bite

Live in water

pets

With feathrs

bee

dolphin

dog

bird

whale

cat

snake

eagle

fish

gold fish

duck

spider

dog

rabbit

snake

bird

fish

mouse


Team Practice: P. 39

You can see four different groups of animals. Talk to your teammates and figure out why the animals are in a group together. How are they the same?


Team Practice: P. 39

1.Circle the animal with skin,then draw it

2.Circle the animal that has fur,then draw it

3.Circle the animal that lives in water,then draw it

4.Circle the animal that can fly,then draw it


My Turn, Your Turn

Lesson 31, Day 4

Today we will learn to classify animals according to different criteria.


Vocabulary Review:

cat

dog

duck

cow

mouse

fly

parrot

monkey

goat

snake

horse

lion


Key Vocabulary:

elephant

whale

rabbit

spider

bee

monkey

fish

eagle

bear

dolphin

giraffe

butterfly


Lesson 31

Lessons 27-32 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?



Partner Review: p. 40

1. Circle the animal with feathers, then draw it.

2. Circle the big animal, then draw it .

3. Circle the animal with skin, then draw it .

4. Circle the scary animal, then draw it


Cultural Connection

Lesson 31 CD-Audio Track 44

Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o,

And on his farm he had a pig, e-i-e-i-o,

With an oink, oink here and an oink, oink there, here an oink, there an oink, everywhere an oink, oink,

Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o.


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