ESL Curriculum for Grade 3

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<p>Functions/Topic Unit 1 Observing courtesy and politeness</p> <p>General Objectives To use polite expression in dealing with adult To introduce self</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation</p> <p>Reading</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling</p> <p>Vocabulary Ordinary and polite expressions Basic information: name, age, birthday, origin, nationality, address etc.</p> <p>Grammar Focus Modals: can, may Direct Wh questions to formal ones Capitalization: proper and improper nouns</p> <p>References http://www.learnenglish-online.org/ http://www.eslkidsla b.com http://www.ezschool. com/Grade1ESheets.h tml http://www.uiowa.ed u/~acadtech/phoneti cs/english/frameset.h tml</p> <p>Listening to Greeting peers Reading : Writing in formal/inform and adult a) words, cursive: ation phrases and a) capital conversation Introducing self sentences letters with basic using can/may for information: b) greetings special name, age, c) self names birthday, grade introduction b) small level, letters nationality/ori for gin, address ordinary name Producing c) Writing front vowel appropr sounds [i, I, eI, iate E, &amp;, a] in the greeting initial, medial s and final positions</p> <p>Unit 2 Talking about what you usually do</p> <p>To share about daily activities To tell time by hour, minute and second; To use preposition of time</p> <p>Listening to rhyme/ song/ conversation about daily activities</p> <p>Producing central vowel sounds [3, @, V, A] in the initial, medial and final positions</p> <p>Reading child care daily schedule.</p> <p>Reading words with central vowel sounds; Reading sentences using simple prepositions and</p> <p>Writing: a) daily activitie s b) correct preposit ion c) sentenc es in long and contract ed form</p> <p>Daily activities Time signals: before, after, am/pm</p> <p>daily activities, telling time, preposition of time: in/on/at preposition of place: in/on/at/beside/next to simple present tense (positive, negative, question) short and</p> <p>http://www.appletonchild-care.com/childcare-dailyschedule.shtml</p> <p>http://www.learnenglish-online.org/http://www.uiowa.edu/ ~acadtech/phonetics/en glish/frameset.html http://www.eslprintable</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic</p> <p>General Objectives To express ordinary actions</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation</p> <p>Reading simple present. for example: I go to at 7 am in the morning Reading the correct time by hour, minute and second</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling d) spell the s-form of the verb</p> <p>Vocabulary</p> <p>Grammar Focuslong form</p> <p>Referencess.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=time http://www.detailenglis h.com/index.php?page= articles&amp;op=readArticle &amp;id=230&amp;title=Prepositi ons-of-Place-ExercisesWith-Pictures http://www.eslprintable s.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=prese nt+simple#thetop http://www.eslprintable s.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=actio ns#thetop</p> <p>Unit 3 Offering help</p> <p>To use interrogative sentences to offer help To use possessive adjectives to express possession or</p> <p>Listening to rhyme/ song/ conversation about animal</p> <p>Giving assistance: Do you need some help?/ Would like to have my assistance? or Would you need some help?</p> <p>Reading words with back vowel sounds in the initial, medial or final position: own, on, pool, pole, Paul etc. Reading words, phrases and sentences using</p> <p>Writing expressions of help: Do you like a glass of water? Writing about possessions: My dog is black.</p> <p>Action verbs pictionary</p> <p>simple present tense (interrogative Do/Does informal; would + like--formal, possessive adjectives my, our, your, her, his, its, their subject pronouns I, we, you, He/She/It,</p> <p>http://www.uiowa.edu/ ~acadtech/phonetics/en glish/frameset.html</p> <p>http://www.learnenglish-online.org/ http://www.eslkidslab .comhttp://www.eslprintable</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic</p> <p>General Objectives ownership</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation Talking about personal belongings: This is my bag. It is my bag. He is my brother. Producing back vowel sounds [3, @, V, A] in the initial, medial and final positions</p> <p>Reading possessive pronouns: my bag, it is my bag, etc. Reading sentences with subject pronouns: You offer me some help. He gives me a pen.</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling Writing subject pronouns in sentences: You are my teacher.</p> <p>Vocabulary</p> <p>Grammar Focusthey</p> <p>Referencess.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=actio ns#thetop http://www.eslprintable s.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=posse ssives#thetop http://www.eslprintable s.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=subje ct+verb#thetop</p> <p>Unit 4 Doing household chores</p> <p>To express need or necessity using modal have to/has to To identify important tasks at home and in the school</p> <p>Listening to rhyme/ song/ conversation about chores</p> <p>Talking about children chores Producing the diphthongs: aImine, aU-hour, oI-toy,</p> <p>Reading about children chores: I must wake up at 6 in the morning on weekdays Reading sentences about schedule in the school</p> <p>Writing about clothes children have to wear when : a) working b) going to school c) going to sleep d) etc.</p> <p>Chores Home and school schedules List of action words</p> <p>Must + verb have to/has to +verb</p> <p>http://www.uiowa.edu/ ~acadtech/phonetics/en glish/frameset.html http://www.choreworks heets.com/ http://englishzone.com/verbs/haveto 1.html http://www.esltower.co m/VOCABSHEETS/action s/actions.html http://www.esltower.co m/GRAMMARSHEETS/m</p> <p>Writing about what children</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic</p> <p>General Objectives</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation</p> <p>Reading</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling</p> <p>Vocabulary</p> <p>Grammar Focus</p> <p>Referencesodals/modals.html?zoo m_highlight=must</p> <p>Unit 5 Saving endangered animals</p> <p>To express ability To produce bilabial consonants To identify singular and plural of nouns</p> <p>Listening to rhyme/ song/ conversation about animals</p> <p>Talking about favourite animals Producing consonants [p, b, m, w] Contrasting p and b pan-ban pin-bin etc.</p> <p>must do to maintain good performance in the school and at home: I must study my lesson Reading words with p Writing List of animals sound parrot, panda sentences and their about ability: I habitats Reading words with b can feed sound bear, bird, animals. I can t etc. see dolphin. Can you bathe Reading words with m the tabby? sound mammoth, monkey, salamander, Writing likes etc. and dislikes. For example. I like Reading words with w white shirts. sound whale, walrus, etc. Writing singular and plural of nouns regular Cow-cows Goat-goats irregular Calf-calves Ox-oxen Writing words with f and v</p> <p>can+ verb (positive, negative, question) live/lives (negative, positive, question) singular and plurals (-s and es forms, irregular forms)</p> <p>http://www.englischhilfen.de/en/words/ani mals.htm http://www.cosleyzoo.o rg/PDFs/Homes_Habitat s_Activities.pdf http://www.eslprintable s.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=moda ls#thetop http://www.eslprintable s.com/buscador/buscar. asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;ti po=any&amp;contents=noun s</p> <p>Unit 6 Taking care of</p> <p>To identify appropriate</p> <p>Listening to rhyme/ song/</p> <p>Talking about clothes and</p> <p>Reading words with f sound in the initial</p> <p>Types of clothes and</p> <p>am/is/are/was/were</p> <p>http://iteslj.org/questio ns/weather.html</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic self</p> <p>General Objectives clothes for the occasions To produce labio-dental consonants To express past and present actions To identify period of time such as winter, spring, summer and autumn</p> <p>Listening conversation about weather</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation accessories; favourite season Producing consonants [f and v] Contrasting words with [f and v] fan-van fest-vest etc.</p> <p>Reading medial or final position: fall, y-front, scarf Reading words with v sound in the initial medial or final position: vest, pullover, glove Reading sentences and short paragraph about seasons, clothes and weather</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling sound; Writing sentences using words with f and v sound; Wring present and past forms of the verbs: wear-wore, amwas, is-was Writing sentences using simple present: I wear school uniform everyday.</p> <p>Vocabulary accessories</p> <p>Grammar Focus</p> <p>References</p> <p>action words: regular and irregular Seasons of the year List of past tense of verbs (regular and irregular) List of words describing the weather: rainy, sunny etc.</p> <p>http://www.learnenglish .de/vocabulary/clothes. htm</p> <p>http://www.learnenglish-online.org/ http://www.eslkidslab .com</p> <p>http://www.uiowa.ed u/~acadtech/phonetic s/english/frameset.ht ml</p> <p>Unit 7 Learning from senses</p> <p>To identify senses of the body To produce lingua-dental</p> <p>Listening to rhyme/ song/ conversation about sense or parts of the body</p> <p>Producing consonants [T and D] Contrasting words with [T</p> <p>Reading words with [T] sound in the initial, medial or final position thumb, thigh, think, throat</p> <p>Writing sentences using simple past: I wore my new school uniform last week. Writing words with [T and D]</p> <p>five senses body parts</p> <p>Adjectives (numerical, descriptive) possessive adjectives (my, your,</p> <p>http://iteslj.org/questio ns/feelings.html</p> <p>Writing sentences using</p> <p>list of numerical,</p> <p>http://www.uiowa.ed u/~acadtech/phonetic s/english/frameset.ht</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic</p> <p>General Objectives consonants</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation and D] sounds theme-them thin-then etc.</p> <p>Reading</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling numerical adjectives: I m drying my ten fingers. Writing sentences using possessive adjectives: You re washing your feet. Writing sentences using descriptive adjectives: My loving mother is listening to the radio.</p> <p>Vocabularypossessive, and descriptive adjectives</p> <p>Grammar Focus his, her, its, our, their) simple present: amis-are; has-have (positive, negative, question)-contracted Present progressive: is-am-are + ing (positive, negative, question) contracted ml</p> <p>References</p> <p>To use senses of body as learning styles</p> <p>Reading words with [D] sound in the initial, medial or final position they, them, bathe, etc. Reading sentences and paragraph about senses and body parts Reading word descriptions for body part: I have two clean hands. I m cleaning my feet.</p> <p>http://www.eslprintab les.com/buscador/bus car.asp?nivel=any&amp;ag e=0&amp;tipo=any&amp;conten ts=adjectives#thetop http://www.eslprintab les.com/buscador/bus car.asp?nivel=any&amp;ag e=0&amp;tipo=any&amp;conten ts=to+be#thetop http://www.eslprintab les.com/buscador/bus car.asp?nivel=any&amp;ag e=0&amp;tipo=any&amp;conten ts=present+continuou s#thetop</p> <p>Unit 8 Preparing healthy foods</p> <p>To identify Listening to a healthy foods rhyme/ song/ conversation To produce about eating linguaand food alveolar consonants To use demonstrativ e pronouns</p> <p>Talking about healthy foods Producing consonants [t, d, s, z, l, n, r] Contrasting t and d ten-den tear-dear</p> <p>Reading words or phrase with indefinite articles: An apple A delicious fish A cheap pear Reading words or phrases with definite pronouns: The apple tree</p> <p>Writing words with [t] sound in the initial, medial or final position: tuna, strawberry, carrot [d] sound: dairy, radish, salad</p> <p>Fruits vocabulary Vegetables vocabulary Fast foods vocabulary</p> <p>Indefinite and definite articles a, an and the No-the article partitive articles: some/any, there is/there are</p> <p>http://www.eslgalaxy.com/crossword s/Food%20crosswords .pdf http://www.uiowa.ed u/~acadtech/phonetic s/english/frameset.ht ml http://linguapress.co m/grammar/article-in-</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic</p> <p>General Objectives</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation Contrasting s and z base-gaze Contrasting l and r ball-boar</p> <p>Reading The sweetest strawberry jam Reading phrases and sentences with some or any: We eat some bananas in the morning. Reading phrase and sentences with expressions: there is/ there are There is one kilo of sugar apple on the table.</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling [s] sound: salad, pasta, cabbages [z] sound: zucchini, pizza [l] sound: lotus, octopus [n] sound: nut, pumpkin [r] sound: radish, artichoke, ginger Writing phrases, sentences and paragraph using definite and indefinite articles, some and any, and expressions: there is/there are</p> <p>Vocabulary</p> <p>Grammar Focus</p> <p>References english.htm http://www.eslprintab les.com/buscador/bus car.asp?nivel=any&amp;ag e=0&amp;tipo=any&amp;conten ts=some-any#thetop http://englishzone.com/teach/there isare1.html</p> <p>Unit 9 Comparing</p> <p>To compare person,</p> <p>Listening to rhyme about</p> <p>Talking about two or more</p> <p>Reading words with alveo-palatal</p> <p>Writing words with [S] sound</p> <p>Opposite vocabulary</p> <p>Comparison of regular adjectives;</p> <p>http://www.learn-englishonline.org/</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic things</p> <p>General Objectives things or situations using adjectives To produce alveo-palatal consonants</p> <p>Listening weather or weather forecast</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation things and saying how different they are.</p> <p>Reading consonants Reading phrases, sentences and paragraph using regular adjectives: more beautiful teacher; my sister is more beautiful than my friend. Reading phrase, sentences and paragraph using irregular adjectives: better than chicken, vegetables are better than chicken</p> <p>Writing/ Spelling in the initial medial or final position: shell, nourishes, fish; [Z] sound measure, azure, sound [] sound: chicken, lychee, [] sound: ginger, manage Writing words, phrases, sentences and paragraph using comparison of regular and irregular adjectives</p> <p>Vocabulary</p> <p>Grammar Focus more-most, -er-est; less-lest Comparison of irregular adjectives</p> <p>Referenceshttp://www.eslkidslab.com http://www.ezschool.com/ EZSheets/Reading/Decode /sheet50.htmlhttp://www.havefunteaching. com/worksheets/language/ad jective/adjectiveworksheet.pdf</p> <p>Producing consonants [S, Z, . ]</p> <p>http://www.eslpdf.com/esl pdfs/adjadv_adjdegrees1.p df http://www.manythings.or g/vocabulary/lists/2/words .php?f=opposites http://www.eslpdf.com/esl pdfs/adjadv_comparison1. pdf http://www.englishexercis es.org/buscador/buscar.as p?nivel=any&amp;age=0&amp;tipo= any&amp;contents=adjectives#t hetop</p> <p>Unit 10 Talking about my last holiday</p> <p>To express an action happening at the same with another action in the past To produce velar</p> <p>Listening to rhymes/conve rsation about holiday</p> <p>Talking about holiday Producing consonants [k, g, N]</p> <p>Reading phrases and sentences about leisure activities</p> <p>Writing words with velar consonants in the initial, medial or final position: kite, tictac, pak; good, bag, singing, dancing</p> <p>Leisure activities reading, home activities, playing etc.</p> <p>Past progressive: was-were + ing verb Simple past vs past progressive</p> <p>http://iteslj.org/questio ns/vacation.html http://www.englishexer cises.org/buscador/busc ar.asp?nivel=any&amp;age=0 &amp;tipo=any&amp;contents=ho lidays#thetop</p> <p>http://www.uiowa.ed u/~acadtech/phonetic s/english/frameset.ht ml</p> <p>English Level 3</p> <p>Functions/Topic</p> <p>General Objectives consonants</p> <p>Listening</p> <p>Speaking and Pronunciation</p> <p>Reading</p> <p>Writin...</p>