|Pg.||Theme||Lesson Objective||Structures/Verbs||Oral Vocabulary|
|1|| Opening and Closing
|to introduce the question "Why?"|| Why are we/you -ing?
present & past tense
|running, eating, drinking, know, because|
|2||The Postman|| answering the door,
and the phone
| Why are you here?
|package/parcel, letter, grandmother, grandma, zoo, grandfather, grandpa, love|
|3||Hello?||phoning to convey a message||Why are you calling? pick up||friend, afternoon, "See you later alligator."|
|4 & 5|| Mr. Fix-it
Work with 1 Hammer
| introduction to common tools
musical oral exercise
| fix, broken, bring, work
I can work with...
|saw, glue, nails, screw, screwdriver, no more hammer|
|5||Fix-it Shop||toys and their parts|| Why are the ...&... here?
Why do you have...? working, fixed
|both, rollerblade, tricycle, wheel, plane, Bulldozer, handle, shovel, tail|
|6 & 7||Going to the Zoo||following oral directions|| waiting, sit, sitting, come along,
|ready, front, back, review buildings/shops, everybody, past, bright|
|8||A Balloon Man||counting 1-50, comparing||holding, is as...||above, counting by tens to 40, lime|
|9||Opposite Zoo||introducing a new concept|| Why donīt you...?
Why is this...?
|camera, zookeeper, welcome, together, everybody|
|10||First Stop||hot & cold, long & short||Why are a... and a... opposites?||giraffe, penguin, lives, spotted|
|11|| Second Stop
The Elephantīs Trunk
| big & little, weak & strong
elephantīs features via music
| Why is a...? carry,
swinging, flopping, stomping
|trunk, tusks, shell, funny, tiny, large, grund, snail, elephant|
|12|| Third Stop
The Funny Fat Walrus
| wet & dry
musical intro to the walrus
| Why are an...? live
|flippers, whiskers, sandy, dry, walrus, ostrich, fat, wet|
|13|| Fourth Stop
| introduction to candy/sweets
dollar and cents, rhyming
| I will buy... Would you like...
buy, bought, gave, chew
|lollipop, chewing gum, bubble gum, penny, candy, nickel, pickle, quarter, water, dollar, parlor/parlour, 100 cents|
|14|| Fifth Stop
Monkeys in a Tree
| large & small
counting backward: 50, 40,...10
| look at...
teasing, snap, ran away, catch
|anteater, alligator, really|
|15||Sixth Stop||fast & slow||I see...||cheetah, tortoise, very|
|16||Seventh Stop||white & black||...are opposites||polar bear, gorilla, fur, all|
|17||Eigth Stop||fat & thin, dirty & clean||playing||yuck, pretty, know, hippo, flamingo|
|18||Sally the Camel||first, second, third, fourth||ride, Ready? Set-Go Why?||friendly, together, camel|
|19||Poor Zebra||to teach basic patterns||sneezed away||stripes, spots, dots, checkered/chequered, colorful/colourful, poor, this, that|
|20||Why Are We So Different||musical comparison||Why do I? Why do you? Why do we?||beak, freckles, paws, skin, feathers, hooves|
|22||Costumes||language stimulation|| invite, dance, laughing, scream,
scared, Why did you...?
|many, beautiful, tiger, dress up|
|23||Animal Dance||musical animal-body review||shake, speak||well|
|24||Fronts and Backs||matching & expressing||color/colour, circle, match||oral language review exercise|
|25||Gray/grey Squirel||asking for help when lost||crying, got lost, wait, swish, wrinkle||police officer, bushy|
|26||Conversation Pages|| to stimulate spontaneous
| Why is...happy/sad?
Tell me why
|utilization of previously acquired oral, vocabulary and sentence structures|
|28||Monkey Face|| to stimulate storytelling
and listening skills
|How is that? said||animal review, nice better, beautiful, great, super, very nice, love it, everyone, but|
|30||Verbs|| conjugation of commonly used
verbs in Book 1, Orange Level
|read, reading, carry, carrying, carried, ride, riding, rode, come coming, came||review|
|31||Diploma||positive reinforcement||Why is the teacher laughing?||because you finished...|