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  1. Oral English Week 4 Linking, Recommendations

  2. Boa Constrictor By Shel Silverstein

  3. Product Comparison Take out your homework. Show your partner your 2 products. Explain how they are similar and different in at least 5 ways. Ex. “The Nexus 7 has a larger screen than the Ipod touch. However, the Ipod 7 can fit in your pocket, while the Nexus 7 cannot.

  4. Quote of the Day A man who won’t die for something is not fit to live. -Martin Luther King Jr.

  5. Pronunciation Linking

  6. Constructing Links Adding sounds : When a word that ends with a vowel sound is followed by a word beginning with a vowel sound they can be linked together by adding /w/ or /j/ (like y in 'yes'). Did you do all your homework?  →  sounds more like do+wall because of /w/ linking sound She asked a question. → sounds like she+yasked because of /j/ linking sound

  7. Practice linking these vowel sounds by adding the /w/ sound There was no answer. No, I don’t. Sure, go ahead. It’s so annoying. We can’t go in. Joe isn’t home. No, are you cold?

  8. Moving Sounds Moving sounds: When a word that ends with a consonant sound, specifically stops like /t, d, k/, is followed by a word beginning with a vowel they are often linked together by moving the consonant to the beginning of the next work. I'm going to the post office. → po - sto– ffice Please turn off the light. → tur - noff

  9. Practice linking these words by moving the /t/ sound Post office- pos_toff_ice First Avenue- fir_sta_ve_nue A lot of- a_lo_tof Get off- ge_toff

  10. Deleting Sounds Deleting sounds:When a word that ends with a consonant is followed by a word beginning with the same (or phonetically similar) consonant they can be linked together by deleting the first of those two consonants but keeping the original vowel sounds. What time is it?  → sounds like "wha time" /wʌ.taɪm/ She's wearing a red dress.  → sound like "re dress" /rɛ.drɛs/

  11. How can I link the words in this sentence? (hint: there are at least 4 times you can link the words) When Nancy went to the market, she asked the sales woman where she could find apples.

  12. When Nancy went to the market, she asked the sales woman where she could find apples. Whe-nancywen-to the market, sheyaskedthe sales woman where she could fin-dapples. When Nancy: delete an /n/ sound went to: delete a /t/ sound she asked: add a /j/ sound find apples: move the /d/ sound

  13. Common Phrases Stop it! Don’t give up! How are you? What’ve you been up to lately? What are you doing? I went to the supermarket. Can I borrow this? - Sure, go ahead.

  14. One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fishby Dr. Seuss One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish, Black fish, blue fish, old fish, new fish. This one has a little car. This one has a little star. Say! What a lot of fish there are. Yes. Some are red, and some are blue. Some are old and some are new. Some are sad, and some are glad, And some are very, very bad. Why are they sad and glad and bad? I do not know, go ask your dad. Some are thin, and some are fat. The fat one has a yellow hat. From there to here, From here to there, Funny things are everywhere.

  15. One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish, Black fish, blue fish, old fish, new fish This one has a little car /ðɪ-swʌn/ This one has a little star /ðɪ-swʌn/ Say! What a lot offish there are /lɒ-dəv/ Yes. Some arered, andsome areblue /sʌ-mər/ /rɛ-dən/ Some areold and some arenew Some aresad, and some areglad And some are very, very bad

  16. Why are they sad andglad andbad? /sæ-dən/ /glæ-dən/ I do not know, go ask your dad /goʊwæsk/ Some arethin, and some arefat /sʌ-mər/ The fat one has a yellow hat /fæ-twʌn/ From there to here From here to there Funny things are everywhere

  17. Homework • Practice linking using a poem, an English song, or part of your textbook. Bring this to class next week. • During your 1 hour conversation: • Discuss a problem that you see in your life, your school, or in the world. How might you solve some of these problems? What suggestions do you have? • Ideas: illiteracy, water pollution, drug use, population explosion, terrorist groups, world hunger, medical care for all people

  18. Recommendations Giving Suggestions When Problem-solving

  19. Opinion Comparison Race Personally I think ___________ is better than____________. Ex. In my opinion, rice is better than noodles. Ex. As far as I’m concerned, Adele is more talented than Taylor Swift.

  20. Are you sleeping, brother John? Are you sleeping Are you sleeping Brother John? Brother John? Morning bells are ringing Morning bells are ringing Ding ding dong Ding dingdong