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Puptown Rules

Language Arts, Step 4 Third Term 2017


Learning objective 4
Boston International School
Objective(s): Writing text with specific
purposes on treated topics in the classroom,
with the help of adjectives and adverbs.

Learning objective(s): To identify


and uses the parts of a discourse in
a writing using adjectives and
adverbs.
Biblical principle:

WE MUST OBEY THE AUTHORITIES

Romans 13:1

Obey Your Government Rules

13 Let everyone be subject to the governing


authorities, for there is no authority except that
which God has established. The authorities that
exist have been established by God.
CLASS RULES
Remember that we do it all for the Lord:
Colossians 3:17
New King James Version (NKJV)
17 And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord
Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.
Whole brain teaching
Rule 1: Listen when your teacher is talking
Rule 2: Follow directions quickly
Rule 3: Respect others. Respect yourself. Respect your school
Rule 4: Raise your hand to speak or stand
Rule 5: Be safe, Be kind, Be honest for the glory of God
Boston International School
Rule 6: Use English at all times, it is the only way to improve.
Rule 7: Do not translate what your teacher says, please.
Rule 8: Take risks and learn from your mistakes.
MENDING ORIENTED ACTIONS

If the students use Spanish, unless it is an emergency, he / she will


lose from 1 to ten points of his/her participation mark.

If the class is continuously interrupted, besides the standard


procedure explained in our handbook, students might be asked to
cooperate with the class explanation.
VOCABULARY

Guard-strangers-Dangers-Rules-
election-vote-candidate-
emergency

http://harcourtschool.com/glossary/esl/index.html
Write these sentences on the notebook:

1.You can vote only for one ____________


2.Drivers must be careful of slippery roads and other
_______
3.Ana won the _________ and become the president of her
fourth grade class.
4.If you have a medical __________,You should go to the
hospital.
5.A __________ stood by the door to protect the palace.
6.Read the__________before playing the game.
7.When you are introducing a __________ its polite to
shake hands.
8.Most of the students __________for Mark for class
president.
Reading Time: PUPTOWN RULES

Before the Reading:

PUPTOWN: Imaginary town where Prairie Dogs live.

After the Reading answer the think critically questions on the notebook
Campaign Speech

The president of the class


students will write a persuasive campaign speech that tells who
they are and how they feel about important topics at school. After,
each student has to practice the speech with a classmate. Finally,
The students must write a poster inviting the audience to vote for
them.