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1 Personal Information and Family
Personal Information 2
Family Members I 4
Family Members II 6
2 At School
Classroom Objects 8
The Classroom 10
Classroom Actions I 12
Classroom Actions II 14
Classroom Actions III 16
Prepositions 18
Places and People at School 20
3 Common Everyday Activities and Language
Everyday Activities I 22
Everyday Activities II 24
Leisure Activities 26
Everyday Conversation I 28
Everyday Conversation II 30
The Weather 32
4 Numbers/Time/ Money/Calendar
Cardinal Numbers 34
Ordinal Numbers 35
Time 36
Coins 38
Currency 39
The Calendar 40
Time Expressions and Seasons 42
5 Home
Types of Housing and Communities 44
The Living Room 46
The Dining Room 48
The Bedroom 50
The Kitchen 52
The Babys Room 54
The Bathroom 56
Outside the Home 58
The Apartment Building I 60
The Apartment Building II 62
Household Problems and Repairs I 64
Household Problems and Repairs II 66
Cleaning Your Home 68
Tools and Home Supplies 70
6 Community
Places Around Town I 72
Places Around Town II 74
Places Around Town III 76
Places Around Town IV 78
The City I 80
The City II 82
7 Describing
People and Physical Descriptions I 84
People and Physical Descriptions II 86
Describing People and Things I 88
Describing People and Things II 90
Describing Physical States and Emotions I 92
Describing Physical States and Emotions II 94
CONTENTS
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8 Food
Fruits 96
Vegetables 98
Meat, Poultry, and Seafood 100
Dairy Products, Juices, and Beverages 102
Deli, Frozen Foods, and Snack Foods 104
Groceries 106
Household Supplies, Baby Products,
and Pet Food 108
The Supermarket 110
Containers and Quantities 112
Units of Measure I 114
Units of Measure II 115
Food Preparation and Recipes 116
Fast Food 118
The Coffee Shop and Sandwiches 120
The Restaurant I 122
The Restaurant II 124
A Restaurant Menu 126
9 Colors, Clothing, & Shopping
Colors 128
Clothing 130
Outerwear 132
Sleepwear and Underwear 134
Exercise Clothing and Footwear 136
Jewelry and Accessories 138
Describing Clothing 140
Clothing Problems and Alterations 142
The Department Store 144
Shopping 146
Video, Audio, Telephones, and Cameras 148
Computers 150
10 Community Services
The Bank 152
Finances 154
The Post Office 156
The Library 158
Community Institutions 160
11 Health
The Body I 162
The Body II 164
Ailments, Symptoms, and Injuries I 166
Ailments, Symptoms, and Injuries II 168
First Aid 170
Medical Emergencies and Illnesses 172
The Medical Exam 174
Medical and Dental Procedures 176
Medical Advice 178
Medicine 180
The Hospital 182
Personal Hygiene 184
Baby Care 186
12 School Subjects and Activities
School Subjects 188
Extracurricular Activities 190
Mathematics 192
Measurements and Geometric Shapes 194
English Language Arts and Composition 196
Literature and Writing 198
Geography 200
Science 202
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13 Work
Occupations I 204
Occupations II 206
Occupations III 208
Occupations IV 210
Job Skills and Activities I 212
Job Skills and Activities II 214
Job Search 216
The Factory 218
The Construction Site 220
Job Safety 222
14 Transportation and Travel
Public Transportation 224
Prepositions of Motion 226
Traffic Signs and Directions 228
The Airport 230
15 Recreation and Entertainment
Places to Go 232
Individual Sports and Recreation 234
Team Sports 236
Entertainment 238
16 U.S. Civics
Forms of Identification 240
U.S. Government 242
The Constitution and the Bill of Rights 244
Holidays 246
Appendix
Maps:
The United States and Canada 248
Mexico, Central America, and
the Caribbean 249
The World 250
Countries, Nationalities, and Languages 252
Verb Lists 253
Glossary 255
Numbers, Days of the Week,
Months of the Year 270
Thematic Index 271
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8 CLASSROOM OBJECTS
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A. What do you call this in English?
B. Its an eraser.
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A. What do you call this in English?
B. Its a pen.
1 pen
2 pencil
3 eraser
4 pencil sharpener
5 book/textbook
6 workbook
7 spiral notebook
8 binder/notebook
9 notebook paper
10 graph paper
11 ruler
12 calculator
13 chalk
14 eraser
15 marker
16 thumbtack
17 keyboard
18 monitor
19 mouse
20 printer
Point to objects and people in your
classroom and say the words.
[13, 512]
A. Is this your ?
B. Yes, it is.
A. Wheres the ?
B. Over there.
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1 teacher
2 teachers aide
3 student
4 desk
5 seat /chair
6 table
7 computer
8 overhead projector
9 screen
10 board/chalkboard
11 clock
12 map
13 bulletin board
A. Wheres the globe?
B. The globe is on the bookcase.
A. Wheres the teacher?
B. The teacher is next to the board.
Describe your classroom.
(Theres a/an .)
A. Is there a/an in your classroom?*
B. No, there isnt.
A. Is there a/an in your classroom?*
B. Yes. Theres a/an next to/on
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* With 9, 10, 13 on page 9 use: Is there in your classroom?
14 P.A. system/loudspeaker
15 whiteboard
16 globe
17 bookcase/bookshelf
18 teachers desk
19 wastebasket
Practice these conversations with the words on pages 811.
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1 bookcase
2 picture/photograph
3 painting
4 mantel
5 fireplace
6 fireplace screen
7 DVD player
8 television/ TV
9 VCR/video cassette recorder
10 wall
11 ceiling
12 drapes
13 window
14 loveseat
15 wall unit
16 speaker
17 stereo system
18 magazine holder
19 pillow
20 sofa/ couch
21 plant
22 coffee table
23 rug
24 lamp
25 lampshade
26 end table
27 floor
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29 armchair
A. Where are you?
B. Im in the living room.
A. What are you doing?
B. Im dusting* the bookcase.
*dusting/cleaning
Tell about your living room.
(In my living room theres .)
A. Uh-oh! I just spilled coffee on
your !
B. Thats okay. Dont worry about it.
A. You have a very nice living room!
B. Thank you.
A. Your is/are beautiful!
B. Thank you for saying so.
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A sweep the floor
B vacuum
C mop the floor
D wash the windows
E dust
F wax the floor
G polish the furniture
H clean the bathroom
I take out the garbage
1 broom
2 dustpan
3 whisk broom
4 carpet sweeper
5 vacuum (cleaner)
6 vacuum cleaner
attachments
7 vacuum cleaner bag
8 hand vacuum
9 (dust) mop/
(dry) mop
10 (sponge) mop
11 (wet) mop
12 paper towels
13 window cleaner
14 ammonia
15 dust cloth
16 feather duster
17 floor wax
18 furniture polish
19 cleanser
20 scrub brush
21 sponge
22 bucket/pail
23 trash can/
garbage can
24 recycling bin
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A. What are you doing?
B. Im sweeping the floor.
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A. I cant find the broom.
B. Look over there!
What household cleaning chores
do people do in your home?
What things do they use?
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A. Excuse me. Do you sell ?
B. Yes. Its at the back of the store.
A. Thanks.
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A. Excuse me. Do you sell (s)?
B. Yes. Theyre at the back of the store.
A. Thanks.
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LESSON OBJECTIVE
Students will learn the vocabulary for actions, equipment, and products used for household cleaning.
RESOURCES
VOCABULARY INTRODUCTION
Preview
Present
Practice
MODEL CONVERSATION PRACTICE
There are two model conversationsthe rst for
actions, words AI, and the second for household
cleaning utensils, words 124. Introduce and
practice the rst model before going on to the
second. For each model:
1. Have students look at the model illustration.
Set the scene:
Model 1: A wife is calling her husband.
Model 2: A husband and wife are talking.
2. Present the model.
3. Choral Repetition Practice: Full-Class and
Individual.
4. Have pairs practice the model.
5. Have pairs present the model.
6. Call on pairs to present a new conversation
using word B for the rst model and word 2
for the second model.
7. Have pairs practice new conversations.
8. Have pairs present new conversations.
ADDITIONAL CONVERSATION PRACTICE
Before students practice the additional
conversations, you may want to have them listen
to the examples on the Audio Program.
Conversation 1 Set the scene: A customer
is talking to a salesperson in a store. Have
students practice and present conversations with
any words they wish.
Conversation 2 Set the scene: A customer
is talking to a salesperson in a store. Have
students practice and present conversations with
any words they wish.
SPELLING PRACTICE
Say a word or phrase have students spell it aloud
or write it. Or, using the transparency, point to
an item and have students write it. You can also
spell a portion of a word or phrase the board and
have students come to the board to complete it.
WRITING AND DISCUSSION
Have students respond to the questions as
a class, in pairs, or in small groups. Or have
students write their responses, share their writing
with other students, and discuss in class.
AUDIO PROGRAM
Words & Dialogs
Cassette 2A
CD 2: Tracks 1416
LANGUAGE & CULTURE NOTES
Reproducible: LC6869
MULTI-LEVEL WORKBOOKS
Basic Literacy Workbook
Basic Vocabulary Workbook
Basic Lifeskills Workbook
TRANSPARENCY
Overhead: T68
ACTIVITY
MASTERS
Reproducibles:
A69, A70
WORDLINKS
longman.com/wordbyword
Resource Materials Bring in, or have students bring
in, the following materials for vocabulary practice:
Advertisements for household cleaning products:
Talk about the products, their prices, and what
theyre used for.
The items and directions for use: Talk about how
and when to use the products.
Community Task Have students visit different stores
that sell household cleaning products and report about
the products and the prices.
Making Connections
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1 Clap in Rhythm
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 3
Have students name household cleaning items to a
clapping rhythm.
2 Letter Game
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 8
Say statements such as the following and have teams
compete to identify the items:
Im thinking of a household
cleaning item that starts with b.
Im thinking of a household
cleaning item that starts with s.
Im thinking of a household
cleaning item that starts with f.
[broom]
[sponge]
[oor wax]
3 Drawing Game
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 5
ACTIVITY MASTER 69
Have teams compete to identify the items drawn by
one of their team members.
4 Concentration
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 4
ACTIVITY MASTER 70
Have students shufe the cards and place them
face-down in three rows of 6 each, then attempt to
nd cards that match.
5 Movable Categories
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 10
ACTIVITY MASTER 69
Call out the following categories, and have students go to
the appropriate side of the room:
things you use with water
things you use to clean the oor
things you use to clean the bathroom
things you use to clean the windows
things you use to polish the furniture
things you use to clean the living room
things you use to clean the kitchen
6 Category Dictation
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 2
Dictate words that t into any three of the above
categories.

7 Chain Game
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 3
Begin the chain as follows: Every Saturday I clean
the house. First I vacuum, and have students
continue it. For example:
Teacher: Every Saturday I clean the house. First
I vacuum.
Student 1: Every Saturday I clean the house. First
I vacuum. Then I dust.
Student 2: Every Saturday I clean the house. First
I vacuum. Then I dust. Then I polish
the furniture.
Etc.
8 True or False?
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 13
Make statements such as the following about the
scene on Basic Picture Dictionary page 68. Have
students decide whether the statements are true or
false. For example:
In Picture A, the man is sweeping the oor with a
carpet sweeper. [False. Hes sweeping the oor
with a broom.]
In Picture C, the man is mopping with a sponge mop.
[False. Hes mopping with a wet mop.]
In Picture F, the man is waxing the oor with oor
wax. [True.]
In Picture I, the woman is taking out the recycling
bin. [False. Shes taking out the garbage can.]
9 Miming Game
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 10
ACTIVITY MASTER 70 (WORDS ONLY)
Have students take turns pantomiming household
cleaning actions. The class tries to guess what the
person is doing.
10 Ranking
ACTIVITY HANDBOOK PAGE 10
Have students look at the cleaning items on page 69
of the Basic Picture Dictionary and choose the ve
items they use the most. Have students rank these
items from 15 with 1 being what they use the most.
For example:
1. sponge
2. paper towels
3. broom
4. dustpan
5. cleanser
Communication Activities
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WHAT IS IT? A
1. hand vacuum a. b. c.
2. broom a. b. c.
3. dustpan a. b. c.
4. window cleaner a. b. c.
5. sponge mop a. b. c.
6. feather duster a. b. c.
WHICH WORD? B
1. Dont forget to ( mop polish ) the dining room table.
2. Throw those old bottles in the recycling ( pan bin ).
3. Turn on the ( vacuum cleanser ) and clean the rug.
4. You can ( wax sweep ) the oor with this broom.
5. Im going to ( clean polish ) the bathroom.
6. The oor will be wet after I ( dust mop ) it.
7. Please ( take out vacuum ) the garbage.
WHICH WORDS ARE CORRECT? C
ammonia
floor wax
window cleaner
1. Use
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mop
sponge
scrub brush
3. Clean the sink
with a
bags
pails
attachments
2. Where are the
vacuum cleaner
vacuum cleaner
carpet sweeper
paper towel
4. Clean the rugs
with a
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on the mirror.
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MATCHING: What Do You Use? B
1. mop the floor cleanser
2. sweep the floor ammoni a
3. dust dust cloth
4. wash the wi ndows trash can
5. clean the bathroom mop
6. take out the garbage broom
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CHORES May 7 May 14 May 21
Maria Susan Karen
Vera Karen Susan
Karen Maria Vera
Susan Vera Maria
MATCHING SUPPLIES A
c 1. You sweep the floor with a broom and . a. a scrub brush
2. You mop the floor with a mop and . b. paper towels
3. You wash the windows with window cleaner and . c. a dust pan
4. You vacuum with a vacuum and vacuum cleaner . d. a bucket
5. You clean the toilet with cleanser and . e. attachments
YOUR CLEANING SUPPLIES B
Check the cleaning supplies you have in your home right now. Then make a shopping list of
the cleaning supplies you need to buy.
ammonia furniture polish
cleanser floor wax
sponges scrub brush
window cleaner paper towels
vacuum cleaner bags dust cloth
Cleaning Supplies to Buy
FOUR FRIENDS C
Maria, Susan, Vera, and Karen live together. Every week they clean together, but they have
different chores. Look at the chart and decide if the sentences are True or False.
1. Susan is going to mop the floor on May 21st.
True False
2. Maria is going to sweep the floor on May 7th.
True False
3. Susan is going to vacuum on May 14th.
True False
4. Vera is going to dust on May 21st.
True False
5. Karen is going to vacuum on May 14th.
True False
6. Vera is going to mop the floor on May 7th.
True False
Who does each household cleaning chore in your home? When?
Share with a classmate.
Reaching Out!
Household Chores
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