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  • Unit 1 – Classroom Commands

    OBJECTIVES:

    • Teach ESL/EFL kids how to understand and respond to different classroom commands.
    • Teach essential action verbs that students will need throughout their English study life.
    • Learn to give and follow orders using short phrases in the imperative mood.
    • Introduce the concept of TPR (Total Physical Response) as a language learning method which will be used very often in future lessons.

    VOCABULARY:

    KEY PHRASES/SENTENCES:

    • sit down
    • stand up
    • hands
    • clap
    • stamp
    • feet
    • up
    • down
    • write
    • read
    • Sit down.
    • Stand up.
    • Clap your hands.
    • Turn around.
    • Wait
    • open The next Page
    • Open The previous Page
    • Open page ----
    • point to the / point the
    • show me


    • Unit 2 – This/That – What’s this?

      OBJECTIVES:

      • To teach ESL/EFL kids how to point and ask about things around them.
      • To learn to answer questions about nouns in the singular.
      • To learn the difference between the demonstrative pronouns – this & that.
      • To learn the names of school supplies which they will need throughout their education.

      VOCABULARY: SCHOOL SUPPLIES

      • stationery
      • pencil
      • pen
      • ruler
      • eraser
      • paper
      • book

      KEY SENTENCES:



      • What's this?
      • It's a book.
      • What's that?
      • It's an eraser.

      • Unit 3 – What’s your name?

        OBJECTIVES:

        • Teach ESL/EFL, young learners how to ask and answer questions about themselves – a self-introduction lesson.
        • Teach English learners how to introduce themselves and give personal information in English in the most fundamental.
        • Learn possessive adjectives – my, your in this kids English lesson. These adjectives are the building blocks of future sentences in which they get to talk about themselves & others.
        • Introduce key characters of the course. These characters are going to be with the students throughout the course.
        • Introduce the concept of spelling names of people. The name of a person is a proper noun and starts with a capital letter.

        VOCABULARY: PROPER NOUNS

        • name
        • Freddie
        • Bob,
        • Lisa
        • Sally

        KEY SENTENCES:


        • What's your name?
        • My name is Bob.
        • How do you spell your name?
        • It’s B.O.B.

        • Unit 4 – Colors

          OBJECTIVES:

          • To teach ESL/EFL young learners names of colors in English.
          • To enable learners give physical description of things by their color.
          • To introduce contractions – what’s and it’s in this English lesson.
          • Colors are adjectives that describe nouns and are therefore important first steps in learning to describe things in the English language.


          VOCABULARY:

          • Colors - red, yellow, blue, black, orange, brown, green, purple, pink.
          • Nouns - apple, pear, dog, car, banana, carrot, peach, pen

          KEY SENTENCES:

          • What color is this?
          • It’s red.
          • What color is the apple?
          • It’s a red apple.
          • What color is the banana?
          • It’s a yellow banana.

          • Unit 8 – Body Parts

            OBJECTIVES:

            • This ESL Kids lesson will teach English learners parts of the body and how to describe them using basic adjectives of size – big/small/long/short
            • At the end of this lesson, ESL/EFL learners will know how to use adjectives of size to describe a number of physical things.
            • Learn the plural form of body parts

            VOCABULARY:

            KEY SENTENCES/PHRASES:

            • monkey
            • eyes
            • ears
            • mouth
            • nose
            • arms
            • legs
            • foot/feet
            • big, small, long, short, two
            • It has a big mouth.
            • It has two big eyes.
            • It also has two big ears.
            • It has a small nose.
            • It has long arms.


          • 9 – Family

            OBJECTIVES:

            • This Kids English lesson will teach English learners essential vocabulary on family members
            • ESL/EFL learners will also learn to use the possessive adjective ‘my’ to talk about people or things that belong to them.
            • Learn to introduce people by pointing to them and using the demonstrative.
            • Introduce Mom and Dad, who are key characters in the course.

            VOCABULARY:

            KEY SENTENCES/PHRASES:

            • family
            • father
            • mother
            • sister
            • brother
            • grandma
            • grandpa
            • uncle
            • aunt
            • happy
            • This is my father.
            • This is my mother.
            • Freddie is my brother.

          • Unit 10 – Numbers

            OBJECTIVES:

            • ESL/EFL young learners will learn how to greet someone you meet the first time.
            • In this ESL kids lesson learn formulaic expressions for greeting.
            • Introduce some of the main characters of the course.

            VOCABULARY:

            • hello
            • nice
            • meet
            • you
            • too

            KEY SENTENCES/PHRASES:


            • Hello, I’m Freddie.
            • I’m Bob.
            • Nice to meet you, Bob.
            • Hello, I’m Lisa.
            • I’m Sally.

            • How Many Apples?

              OBJECTIVES:

              • ESL/EFL young learners will learn how to count from one to ten and recognize the spelling of numbers.
              • To teach essential numbers vocabulary and how to describe things in numeric terms.
              • Learn to use ‘There is/There are’ when referring to nouns in the singular or plural noun form.
              • In this kids English lesson learn that we end nouns with ‘s’ in general when talking about nouns.
              • Expand vocabulary by learning a few countable noun.
              • Learn to use the question format ‘How many…?’ to ask for numbers.

              VOCABULARY:

              KEY SENTENCES

              • numbers
              • one, two, three, four, five
              • six, seven, eight, nine, ten
              • bananas, apples, oranges, dogs
              • What number is this?
              • It’s the number one.
              • How many apples can you see?
              • I can see one apple.
              • How many bananas are there?
              • There is…/There are…

              • Unit 11 – How old are you?

                OBJECTIVES:

                • ESL/EFL young learners will learn how to ask and give information about their age.
                • Teach numbers vocabulary with a focus from one to seven in this ESL kids lesson.
                • Learn to use the question format ‘How old…?’ to ask for age.
                • Introduce the third person singular of the verb ‘to be’ – Bob is six.

                VOCABULARY:

                • numbers
                • one, two, three, four, five
                • six, seven
                • old, years

                KEY SENTENCES


                • How old are you, Bob?
                • I'm six years old.
                • Bob is six years old.


                • Unit 12 – Actions

                  OBJECTIVES:

                  • Teach ESL/EFL young learners a number of action verbs.
                  • Learn to use the modal verb ‘can’ and ‘cannot’ or ‘can’t’ followed by an action verb to talk about ability.
                  • Learn to ask closed-ended ‘yes or no’ questions in this English lesson.

                  VOCABULARY:

                  • can
                  • run, jump, dance, fly, swim, walk, run, swim, clap, write, read, sing

                  KEY SENTENCES


                  • Can you run fast?
                  • Can you swim?
                  • Yes, I can.
                  • No, I can't.

                • Unit 13 – Clothes

                  OBJECTIVES:

                  • Teach ESL/EFL beginners basic clothes and colors vocabulary.
                  • Teach English learners how to talk about what they and others are wearing.
                  • Learn to describe clothes using adjectives of color.
                  • Add more descriptive vocabulary which beginners can combine to describe a number of nouns.

                  VOCABULARY:

                  KEY SENTENCES

                  • color, yellow, red, blue
                  • clothes, T-shirt, skirt, shorts, shoes, dress, shorts, coat, sweater
                  • What are you wearing today?
                  • I’m wearing a T-shirt.
                  • What color is your T-shirt?
                  • It’s a yellow T-shirt.


                • Unit 14 – Toys

                  OBJECTIVES:

                  • Teach ESL/EFL beginners to ask and answer questions about the location of objects.
                  • Teach three frequently used prepositions of place – in, under, on.
                  • Build vocabulary by learning the names of toys with the help of this ESL kids lesson.

                  VOCABULARY:

                  • toys, robot, teddy bear, plane, car, ball
                  • in, under, on
                  • bed, box, chair

                  KEY SENTENCES


                  • Where is my robot?
                  • It’s in the box.
                  • Where is my teddy bear?
                  • It’s on the bed.
                  • Where is my toy car?
                  • It’s under the chair.

                • Unit 16 – Jobs – Occupations

                  OBJECTIVES:

                  • Teach ESL/EFL young learners how to talk about what their parents do for a living.
                  • Teach the most common jobs and occupations vocabulary in this English lesson.
                  • Practice the third person singular using ‘he/she’ and the change in verb form to include an ‘s’.

                  VOCABULARY:

                  KEY SENTENCES

                  • Jobs – doctor, dentist, nurse, police officer, firefighter, teacher, farmer
                  • Verbs – do, does, take care, takes care, look after, looks after
                  • What does your father do?
                  • He is a dentist.
                  • He takes care of our teeth.
                  • My father is a doctor.
                  • He looks after sick people.
                  • My mother is a nurse.

                • Unit 17 – Weather Clothes

                  OBJECTIVES:

                  • Teach ESL/EFL young learners vocabulary on weather conditions, weather accessories and clothes by associating them.
                  • Learn to ask and answer questions about weather conditions using the question 'How is the weather?’
                  • This English lesson will also focus on key phrasal verbs used when talking about dressing up for the weather (put on vs. take off).

                  VOCABULARY:

                  KEY SENTENCES

                  • weather – hot, sunny, cold, windy, rainy
                  • clothes – sunglasses, umbrella
                  • phrasal verbs – put on, take off
                  • How is the weather today?
                  • It’s hot and sunny.
                  • Put on your sunglasses.
                  • Take off your sweater.