New Parade, Level 5 Workbook

New Parade, Level 5 Workbook

by Mario Herrera, Theresa Zanatta

Paperback(Workbook)

$14.00

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780201631371
Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
Publication date: 04/20/2000
Edition description: Workbook
Pages: 112
Product dimensions: 7.60(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

Table of Contents

Meet Morris and Molly.


1. This Is My Class.
Theme: School. Communication Objectives: To Introduce Oneself and Exchange Greeting; To Count; To Talk About Classroom Activities. Language Objectives: To Use the Simple Present ad the Present Progressive Tense; To Use My and Your. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Use Prior Knowledge; To Classify; To Compare and Contrast; To Identify Details; To Solve. Content Connections: Art; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Science.

2. On the Playground.
Theme: Outdoor Activities. Communication Objectives: To Count By Tens; To Identify Playground Objects and Actions; To Identify Location. Language Objectives: To Use the Present Progressive Tense; To Use There Is and There Are; To Use Prepositions of Place. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Alphabetize; To Compare and Contrast; To Cooperate with Peers; To Make Connections to Real Life; To Note Details in Illustrations; To Preview and Predict; To Reread and Revise Writing; To Use Rhyme; To Use Text Features; To Visualize; To Write and Follow Directions. Content Connections: Art; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Physical Education; Science; Social Studies.

3. This Is Our House.
Theme: Home and Family. Communication Objectives: To Talk about One's family and Home; To Describe Locations; To Identify Rooms and Objects in a House. Language Objectives: To Use There Is/Isn't and ThereAre/Aren't; To Use Our; To Use Prepositions of Place. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Classify; To Compare and Contrast; To Identify Details; To Make Connections to Real Life; To Generalize; To Self-Assess; To Sequence; To Use Prior Knowledge; To Visualize. Content Connections: Art; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Social Studies.

4. My Community.
Theme: Buildings and Places. Communication Objectives: To Name Buildings in a Community; To Describe Locations; To Answer and Make Up Riddles. Language Objectives: To Use Prepositions of Place; To Use the Simple Present Tense of Be. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Compare and Contrast; To Draw Conclusions; To Make Connections to Real Life; To Reason, Deductively; To Use Music and Rhyme; To Visualize. Content Connections: Art; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Social Studies.

5. Workers.
Theme: Workers and Vehicles. Communication Objectives: To Associate Community Workers, Vehicles, and Places; To Name the Days of the Week; To Describe Locations; To Generate Questions. Language Objectives: To Answer Questions with What, When, Where, and Who; To Understand Does in Questions; To Use the Simple Present Tense; To Use Prepositions of Place; To Use To Be. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Classify; To Compare and Contrast; To Compose a Story Plot; To Cooperate with Peers; To Draw Conclusions; To Make Connections to Prior Learning; To Make Connections to Real Life; To Reread for Details and Self-Assessment; To Set a Purpose for Reading. Content Connections: Art; Drama; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Social Studies.

6. My Day.
Theme: Daily Routines. Communication Objectives: To Describe Daily Routines; To Tell Time and Time of Day; To Name Actions; To Identify Articles Of Clothing. Language Objectives: To Use the Simple Present Tense. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Use Prior Knowledge; To Classify; To Compare and Contrast; To Cooperate with Peers; To Draw Conclusions; To Identify with Characters; To Note Details; To Sequence. Content Connections: Art; Drama; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Social Studies.

7. Food.
Theme: Food and Drink. Communication Objectives: To Name Foods and Drinks; To Express Likes and Dislikes; To Offer and Order Food; To Use Polite Expressions. Language Objectives: To Use a, an, and some; To Use the Simple Present Tense in Questions and Replies. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Compare and Contrast; To Use Prior Knowledge; To Cooperate with Peers; To Reason Deductively; To Recall by Visualizing; To Skim and Scan. Content Connections: Art; Health; Literature/Language Arts; Math; Music; Science; Social Studies.

8. At the Zoo.
Theme: Animals and Actions. Communication Objectives: To Identify and Describe Animals; To Tell What Actions Animals Can and Cannot Do; To Answer Questions with Affirmative and Negative Statements; To Name Parts of Animal Bodies. Language Objectives: To Use Can/Can't, Does/Doesn't; To Use the Possessive Adjectives Its and Their; To Use Has/Have. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Classify; To Compare and Contrast; To Identify Details; To Identify Realism and Fantasy; To Use Prior Knowledge; To Draw Conclusions; To Predict by Using Key Words; To Visualize. Content Connections: Art; Health; Literature/Language Arts; Music; Science; Social Studies.

9. Celebrations.
Theme: Months and Parties. Communication Objectives: To Name the Months; To Tell How One Celebrates; To Discuss the Frequency of Actions; To Plan a Celebration. Language Objectives: To Use the Frequency Adverbs Always and Never; To Use the Simple Present Tense. Learning Strategies/Thinking Skills: To Compare and Contrast; To Cooperate with Peers; To Graph Information; To Memorize for Future Reference: To Predict; To Reason Deductively; To Reflect and Self-Asses; To Sequence; To Use Prior Knowledge; To Use Illustrations. Content Connections: Literature/Language Arts; Math; Physical Education; Science; Social Studies.

Morris and Molly's “Good-bye” .
Cutout Pages.

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