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DEVLET KİTAPLARI İKİNCİ BASKI...,2015 MİLLÎ EĞİTİM BAKANLIĞI YAYINLARI...: 5949 DERS KİTAPLARI DİZİSİ...: Y ISBN: Millî Eğitim Bakanlığı, Talim ve Terbiye Kurulunun

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DEVLET KİTAPLARI İKİNCİ BASKI...,2015 MİLLÎ EĞİTİM BAKANLIĞI YAYINLARI...: 5949 DERS KİTAPLARI DİZİSİ...: Y ISBN: Millî Eğitim Bakanlığı, Talim ve Terbiye Kurulunun gün ve 162 sayılı kararı ile ders kitabı olarak kabul edilmiş, Destek Hizmetleri Genel Müdürlüğünün gün ve sayılı yazısı ile ikinci defa adet basılmıştır. Mehmet Âkif Ersoy ANDIMIZ Türküm, do ruyum, çal kan m. lkem küçüklerimi korumak, büyüklerimi saymak; yurdumu, milletimi özümden çok sevmektir. Ülküm yükselmek, ileri gitmektir. Ey Büyük Atatürk! Açt n yolda, gösterdi in hedefe durmadan yürüyece ime ant içerim. Varl m Türk varl na arma an olsun. Ne mutlu Türküm diyene! Introduce the characters to the students. Activity Icons Introduce the activity icons to the students with gestures and mimes. Projects You may use the suggested projects found in the tables at the beginning of each unit; or you may modify them or develop new activities for the related units. Dossiers Get students to complete the activities on the cut pages of the workbook and add them to their portfolios. Portfolio page numbers for each unit are given below: Sing a song! Get students to listen to the song and point at the items that are mentioned in the song. You may use flashcards as well. Unit 1, page 5 Unit 2, page 11 Unit 3, page 17 Unit 4, page 21 Unit 5, page 29 Unit 6, page 35 Unit 7, page 47 Unit 8, page 53 Unit 9, page 59 Unit 10, page 65 Workbook Guide students in completing their workbooks. There are some homerelated activities in addition to penciland-paper work. 1 Unit 1 Words Communicative Functions and Skills Lexis/ Language Use Texts and Activity Types Assessment Telling people what we know Listening Students will be able to identify words that are common to both Turkish and English. Students will be able to match written letters with the sounds produced. Speaking Students will be able to use the correct word to identify certain objects, people or animals. Ambulance Balloon Cake Doctor Football Gorilla Hamburger Hotel Internet Kangaroo Lemon Market Picnic Radio Restaurant Sport Stop Stadium Television Train Zebra That s a/an ambulance/ balloon/ cake, etc. Texts Cartoons Illustrations Picture Dictionaries Posters Products Songs and chants Tables Activities Songs Drama/Miming Drawing and coloring Flashcards Labeling Listening Matching Tracing Project Students look for English words they know at home, while playing with their friends, shopping with family, etc. They take a photo or draw a picture of the objects and share them with the class. Dossier Students start filling in the European Language Portfolio. Ask students to look at the picture. Point and say the related items (university, hotel, restaurant, ambulance, train, market, stadium, hamburger, lemonade, balloon) in the picture. Ask pupils to repeat the words as a whole class. 2 Unit 1 Words Listen and circle. Sis for star. This activity will help students to Ask students to color the picture of identify the s sound. Ask students to the star and then get them to trace, listen to the words and circle the sound complete and write the word. s in given words. Sing a song. Students will sing and point at the items being mentioned while singing the song. Prior to singing the song, introduce students to the names of the objects/items (balloon, cake, zebra, etc.) they will be exposed to in the song. 3 Unit 1 Words Listen, point and say. Get students to look at the illustration. Get them to listen to the audio script. Then point, and at the same time, say the sentences aloud. Then ask them to repeat and do the same. Listen and act out. Get students to listen to the audio script and act out the words. You may get the students to play the silent movie and try to guess the word. Match. Ask students to match the pictures with the words, and then point and ask them to repeat as a whole class. Listen and circle. Get students to listen to the audio script, and ask them to circle the picture of the words they hear. Audio Script: Balloon, kangaroo, gorilla, hamburger, cake, train. 4 Unit 1 Words Draw and say. Ask students to draw five English words they know and say them to the class. Picture dictionary. Ask students to go to the picture dictionary page and prepare their picture dictionary using the stickers on the sticker page. Remind them to do the same at the end of every unit. Suggested song: Students will sing and point at the items they will be mentioning while singing the song. Prior to singing the song, introduce students to the names of the objects/items (ambulance, kangaroo, lemon, microphone, etc.) they will be exposed to in the song. Also, teach the word word and expression I know prior to singing this song. Audio Script: Look! That is an ambulance! And that is a kangaroo. That s a lemon and that s a microphone. An orchestra and that is a cake. This is a video and it s a yo-yo. These are the words I know! These are the words! 5 Unit 2 Friends Communicative Functions and Skills Lexis/ Language Use Texts and Activity Types Assessment Asking someone s name Greeting and meeting people Making simple inquiries Listening Students will be able to understand simple expressions used when greeting and meeting someone. Students will be able to understand when someone introduces him or herself. Speaking Students will be able to use everyday expressions for greeting and meeting someone. Students will be able to ask questions to learn someone s name and find out how he or she is doing. Students will be able to introduce themselves. What s your name? My name is... I m Nehir. Nehir. How are you? I m fine. You? I m okay, thank you. How are you? Great, thanks. Hello! Hi! Good morning! Good afternoon! Good evening! Good night! Good bye! Bye! Salaam! Hallo! Hola! Guten Tag! Ahlan wa Sahlan! Ni Hao! Texts Conversations Illustrations Songs Picture dictionaries Activities Arts and crafts Chants and songs Communicative tasks Drama/miming Flashcards Labeling Listening Matching Questions and answers Games Projects Students prepare masks to represent imaginary characters and then meet others and introduce themselves. Dossier Students continue filling in the European Language Portfolio. Intercultural Awareness Students will be able to greet people in other languages in addition to Turkish and English. Ask students to look at the picture. Point and ask students to say the words they remember from Unit 1 in the picture. 6 Unit 2 Friends Listen and circle. M is for motorcycle. Ask students to listen to the words and Ask students to color the picture of the circle the sound m in the given words. motorcycle, and then get them to trace, complete and write the word. Listen and say. Get students to look at the picture and then have them listen to the audio script and ask them to say the speech bubbles as a whole class. They may also change the names, substituting their own. Listen and say. Get students to look at the picture and listen to the audio script, and then ask them to say the speech bubbles as a whole class. You can talk to students individually, or you can get them to talk in pairs and practice these greetings. 7 Unit 2 Friends Listen and match. Get students to listen to the greetings and match them with the right pictures. After matching, you can get them to say the greetings altogether. Listen, repeat and match. Ask students to listen to the audio script and match the greetings with the pictures. Guide the students in this process, giving them some clues. After matching, say the greetings altogether. Audio Script: Ling Ling - Ni Hao! Chio - Konnichiwa! Ralf - Hallo! Amir - Ahlan Wa Sahlan! 8 Say and act out. The teacher assigns each student one of the greetings at random. Students should not know which greeting is assigned to their friends. Students will then move around the classroom and greet each of the other students with their assigned greeting. As they encounter students with the same greeting, they form groups until all students have joined a group. Supplement: Each group may then prepare a poster by drawing a character from their country, along with the flag and a feature of the country as shown on the previous page. They can write the greeting on their poster, and all posters can be hung in the classroom. Sing a song. Students will sing and act out while singing the song. Introduce students to the actions they will be exposed to in the song (hello, shaking hands, etc.). Use some relevant gestures and mimes that accompany their questions and answers while singing the song. Unit 2 Friends Listen, match and say. Ask students to listen to the dialogues, then say the dialogues and match the speech bubbles with the pictures. Get them to do a similar dialogue in pairs, or you can talk to the whole class and get them to practice the greetings chorally as well. Make a puppet and talk. Ask students to bring the following materials to the classroom for this activity in advance. Materials: An old clean sock, two buttons for eyes and glue. Directions: Glue two buttons to the bottom of the sock at the toe end. Now it s ready! Picture dictionary. Ask students to go to the picture dictionary page and prepare their picture dictionary using the stickers on the sticker page. Suggested song: Students will sing and act out while singing the song. Introduce students to the actions they will be exposed to in the song (Good morning!-waving hand, etc.). Use some relevant gestures and mimes that accompany the lyrics of the song and get the students to do the same. Say and go forward. Get students to work in pairs. One of the students starts the game by saying the English names of the items illustrated on each of the squares. When he or she fails to say the correct English word, the other student starts his or her turn. The failing student needs to start over again when s/he takes the next turn. Audio Script: Good morning! Good morning! Good afternoon! And good evening! Good night! Good night! Good night! Good morning! Good morning! Good afternoon! And good evening! Good night! Good night! Good good good night! 9 Unit 3 In the classroom Communicative Functions and Skills Lexis/ Language Use Texts and Activity Types Assessment Apologizing Expressing and responding to thanks Giving and responding to simple instructions Making simple requests Telling someone what to do Listening Students will be able to understand instructions and follow short, simple directions. Speaking Students will be able to respond to instructions both verbally and by acting accordingly. Students will be able to tell others to do things around the classroom. Compensation Strategy Students will be able to ask for clarification by asking the speaker to repeat what has been said. Can you repeat? Excuse me? I m sorry. Excuse me. Open/close/ shut... the window.... the door. Please Say hello/hi. Sit down. Stand up. Thank you. Thanks. Color Cut Draw Glue Paint Put Stick... a/the mask. it. Turn left.... right. Texts Illustrations Instructions Signs Songs Picture dictionaries Activities Arts and crafts Chants and songs Drama/miming Drawing and coloring Flashcards Games labeling Listening Matching TPR Project Students play a simple version of Simon Says, performing the actions called out by the teacher: Sit down; Stand up; Turn right; Turn left; etc. Dossier Students continue filling in the European Language Portfolio. You may talk about the picture using the given lexis in order to familiarize students with the new unit. 10 Unit 3 In the classroom Listen and circle. Ask students to listen to the words and circle the sound t in the given words. T is for tiger. Ask students to color the picture of the tiger and then get them to trace, complete and write the word. Listen and act out. Introduce the words step by step using TPR. Ask students to listen to the commands and repeat them out loud. Use flashcards to clarify the meanings of the commands. Ask some students to act the commands out in front of the class and get their classmates to predict the verbs. Trace and match. Ask students to trace the commands. Then get them to match the commands to the related pictures. Afterward, get the students to read and act out the commands. 11 Unit 3 In the classroom Say a chant. Students will say the chant and point at the items they see. Introduce students to the names of the objects/items they will be exposed to in the song (open, close, shut, sit down, etc.). You can get students to accompany the chant with rhythmic hand games, or they can use pencils or similar materials for rhythm. Audio Script: Open, close, shut the door. Open, close, shut the window. Sit down and stand up. Sit down and stand up. Wave your hand now! And say How are you? Make a mask and talk. Before the lesson, tell students to bring paper, crayons, scissor etc. Then ask them to draw a mask and color it. The mask can be decorated with different materials. Ask them to put the mask on and talk. Students can work in pairs and give classroom commands to each other. Listen and complete. Ask students to listen to the dialogue first. Then play the audio script again and ask them to complete the words. 12 Unit 3 In the classroom Sing a song. Get students to listen to the song and match the parts of the song with the pictures. Students will sing and act while singing the song using the actions (open, shut, draw, etc.) we learn. Introduce students to the names of the objects/items they will be exposed to in the song. Look and trace. Get students to look at the pictures and find the correct word to trace. Then you can get them to say the right words aloud as a whole class. Picture dictionary. Ask students to go to the picture dictionary page and prepare their picture dictionary using the stickers on the sticker page. Suggested song: Get students to listen to the song. Students will sing and act while singing the song (draw a circle, cut, wear the mask, etc.) we learn. Introduce students to the names of the objects/items they will be exposed to in the song. Audio Script: Draw a circle and cut that now. Cut some papers and glue them around. Color it and, Wear it for fun. Tell your name and say hello now! Your mask is ready! 13 Unit 4 Numbers Communicative Functions and Skills Lexis/ Language Use Texts and Activity Types Assessment Describing characters/ people Expressing quantity Making simple inquiries Naming common objects Naming numbers Listening Students will be able to identify and understand the names of some classroom objects. Students will be able to identify the numbers 1 through 10. Speaking Students will be able to understand and say the correct name of a thing in a particular situation. Students will be able to express numbers and quantities of things. Bag, -s Board, -s Book, -s Crayon, -s Desk, -s Paper, -s Pencil, -s Scissors Table, -s Count Numbers 1-10 How many... are there?... four (pencils).... five (bags).... seven (books). How old are you? I am 7. Texts Illustrations Lists Picture dictionaries Songs and chants Activities Arts and crafts Chants and songs Drama/Miming Drawing and coloring Flashcards Games Labeling Listening Matching Questions and answers Reordering TPR Projects Students are given a list of names of all of the members of their class. They ask and answer each other: How old are you? and fill in the number next to their friend s name. E.g: Umut six Nehir seven In pairs, students prepare a puzzle about numbers. Dossier Students continue filling in the European Language Portfolio. You may talk about the picture using the given lexis in order to familiarize students with the new unit. 14 Unit 4 Numbers Listen and circle. Bis for boat. Ask students to listen to the words and Ask students to color the picture of circle the sound b in the given words. the boat, and then get them to trace, complete and write the word. Listen, trace and say. Get students to listen to the audio script, and then ask them to trace and say the numbers at the same time. Match. Ask students to complete the maze, matching the pictures with the numbers. 15 Unit 4 Numbers Sing a song. Listen and act out. Get students to listen to the song and sing along. Students will sing and act while singing the song using the numbers we learn. They may use their fingers for numbers while singing. Introduce students to the numbers they will be exposed to in the song. Get students to listen to the audio script and act out the speech bubbles. Get them to act out a similar dialogue. Say and draw. Get students to read the example and write their ages in the blank speech bubble. Then complete the birthday cake with the candles. Say a chant! Get students to listen to the chant and say it together. You can get students to accompany the chant with rhythmic hand games, or they can use pencils or similar materials for rhythm. Match. Get students to match the pictures with the words. 16 Unit 4 Numbers Listen and act out. Get students to listen to the audio script and then get them to take roles and act it out. Look and say. Get students to count the items and say the numbers. Picture dictionary. Ask students to go to the picture dictionary page and prepare their picture dictionary using the stickers on the sticker page. Suggested song: Students will sing and act while singing the song, using the numbers we learn. Teachers should introduce students to the numbers they will be exposed to in the song. Ask students pairs of items such as Are there three? before singing the song. Audio Script: Listen and color. Get students to color the items in the illustration according to the numbers they hear in the audio script. Audio Script : How many crayons are there? How many crayons are there? Are there six or are there seven? How many crayons are there? How many crayons are there? How many crayons are there? Are there six? Are there seven? How many crayons are there? Color two tables. Color five pencils. Color one bag. Color three books. 17 Unit 5 Colors Communicative Functions and Skills Lexis/ Language Use Texts and Activity Types Assessment Describing characters/ people Expressing likes and dislikes Greeting and meeting people Making simple inquiries Naming colors Naming numbers Listening Students will be able to understand the names for colors of things. Speaking Students will be able to introduce themselves by referring to the colors they like. Students will be able to name the colors of things. Students will be able to express numbers and quantities of things. Black Blue Brown Green Orange Pink Purple Red White Yellow Like Who are you? Hi, I m Superhero. I m yellow. I m black and white. I like red and blue What color is it? Green. It s red. How many red crayons are there? Three. Texts Cartoons Illustrations Picture Dictionaries Songs and chants Activities Arts and crafts Chants and songs Communicative tasks Drama/miming Drawing and coloring Flashcards Games Labeling Listening Matching Puppets Questions and answers TPR Quiz or Exam Projects Students prepare a color scale by cutting and pasting colored papers and then present it orally. Students draw a picture of their room at home, then label some of the objects with the colors they know (e.g., BROWN table, BLUE books, etc.) Dossier Students continue filling in the European Language Portfolio. You may talk about the picture using the given lexis in order to familiarize students with the new unit. 18 Unit 5 Colors Listen and circle. Ask students to listen to the words and circle the sound p in the given words. P is for paint. Ask students to color the picture of the letter P, and then get them to trace, complete and write the word. Listen and act out. Get students to listen to the audio script and act the speech bubbles out. Listen and color. Ask students to listen and color the words. Audio Script: Purple, red, yellow, green, brown, orange, pink. 19 Unit 5 Colors Match. Get students to match the pictures with the sounds. Remind the students to take the first sounds of the wo
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