She is holding lots of papers. Say: Be ready for Speak-up Time tomorrow about the community helper that you will choose. Fill in the blanks with ours or theirs. What do we mean by the word height? The eggs are in the nest. Now, let us spell the word height in the air.
I see the world and the world sees me. What did you feel after doing so? It usually includes activities for students and alumni, such as sports and culture events and a parade through the streets of the city or town. Lesson 3 I am Ben. This is a question mark. What do you bring to school? Have them pick one picture and tell how or when their friend did it. What was delivered to the house? He had a terrible stomachache. Today, we will try to recall the story you read yesterday by using the dialogue in the story.
Are you, too, proud of your country? Write your sentences in your notebook. Listen as I read the story. What did the two boys do? They even like going to school together. Who did Ben think about? Choose the correct picture of the word that you read from the board. Draw Dan's bag in your notebook. Joel was going to watch a baseball game.
She called up Grandma Malou to tell her about it. What did Gab do when he saw Grandma's soup? What does God shower us with? Why does he need it? According to the speaker, what will he stay away from? Yumi and Yana are twins. Birds, bees, and the wind help me spread and grow. Damage to infrastructure is expected to hit P5 billion while more than 2,000 homes were destroyed. Who among the superheroes is your favorite? The spine may show signs of wear. You are my twin brother. Let's Aim The Pronouns His and Hers Listen as I read some sentences.
Ted likes chips, candies, and drinks a lot of cola. In sentence 2, to whom does the picture belong? Write 1, 2, and 3 according to the correct sequence. Let them use their creativity by showing the important scenes in the story. Because the form is imperative + bare infinitive and not present simple. Then he took his cap and basketball and went out of the house. Let's Recall In our story yesterday, who owns the small school bag? Do this in your notebook. Với hơn 300 cán bộ nhân viên chuyên nghiệp cùng hệ thống cơ sở vật chất hiện đại, chất lượng đào tạo theo tiêu chuẩn quốc tế luôn là địa chỉ đáng tin cậy cho quý khách hàng tin yêu và sử dụng.
Which of these happened last? If you were to become an animal, what would you like to be and why? What was everybody feeling about the picnic? Example: Tina's classmates surprised her on her birthday. What is common to all the pictures? Everybody, roar like a lion. Can you use these words to come up with your own sentence? I'm so excited to have her back home! Read Aloud: Tell the author, illustrator, and title of the story. Have the teams locate information from the poem. Write simple sentences using the prepositions in, on, and under to help your team make meaningful buntings.
Kim's Kittens Kim has kittens. Why do you say they have kind hearts? A B C Lesson 2 My name is Raya. Where did Adel throw the trash? Hickory Dickory Dock The mouse went up the clock. Check if your group mate uses the exclamatory sentence correctly. Ask which of the three modes of transportation is a taxi. In sentence a, who is a fisherman? Allow the pupils to read the questions and write their answers on a sheet of paper. Pre-Reading: Motivation: Show the pupils a poster of the movie Enteng Kabisote at ang Panday.
Complete the sentence by adding we and they. Have you ever seen a mouse? So what do you think is the meaning of synonyms? We Can Do It Group Sharing: In a group, each member will be sharing the answer to one question. What could they be doing had it been raining? Tom's bag is big, Who has a bag? Presentation: Ask: Do you know when to use the three punctuation marks? Agreement: Say: On your way home, what colorful things do you see? Write this or that to complete the sentences. Let the pupils read the fourth stanza of the poem. Can you come up with your own sentence? Try to read the story on your own out loud.