Big English 2 Level 1, Unit 6 Teacher Book

Key Language

On the Farm

Content Words

Key Vocabulary

Objectives Reading

Expressions

Actions

Animals

Australia

calf

canary

chick

Be nice to animals.

climbing

horse

cat

Greece

kitten

eating

sheep

cow

I’m feeding the chicks.

hamster

puppy

flying

turtle

dog

Can recognize familiar words and phrases in short, simple songs or chants.

Look over here!

Japan

jumping

Can follow simple dialogs in short illustrated stories, if they can listen while reading. Can understand basic written instructions for classroom activities (e.g. Read and match). Can recognize key words and basic phrases in short, simple cartoon stories. Listening Can identify everyday objects, people or animals in their immediate surroundings or in pictures from short, basic descriptions (e.g. color, size), if spoken slowly and clearly. Can recognize familiar words in short phrases and sentences spoken slowly and clearly, if supported by pictures or gestures. Can recognize words and simple phrases related to familiar topics, if spoken slowly and clearly and supported by pictures.

duck

Look over there!

mouse

running

frog

Can understand the letters of the alphabet by their names

Oh, no!

pet

sleeping

goat

Speaking

snake

swimming

hen

United States

 Can answer simple questions about their family and friends, using basic phrases. Writing

Grammar/Structures

Phonics

The sounds: r, h, j

What ’s he/she doing ?

What ’s the duck doing ?

Can label simple pictures related to familiar topics by copying single words.

He ’s /She ’s running .

It ’s swimming .

What are the cows doing ?

Can write the letters of the alphabet in lower case

They ’re eating .

Grammar

Can use the present continuous to refer to events at the time of speaking.

Unit Projects

Family Connection Have students draw a picture of a farm animal and ask a family member to describe the sound the animal makes in the student’s home language. Show students how to use a speech bubble to show the sound. Then teach students the English words for all the sounds. Students can then share these new words with their families.

Farm Life Bulletin Board Prepare a bulletin board entitled Farm Life with drawings or cutouts of different farm elements, such as a barn, a farmer, and a pond. Have students choose an animal that they might find on a farm, draw a picture of it, and cut it out. Encourage students to show their animal to the class and name it: It’s a (duck) . To elicit information, you may ask: What is it? Help students post their pictures on the bulletin board.

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