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L7 I USED TO PLAY OUTSIDE

What to bring to class: • Table tents / paper to write student name or name tags • Hand mirror to show mouth shapes • The Immigrant Guide to supplement the Culture Tip conversation • Pronunciation Fun to supplement the pronunciation activities

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By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Talk about things they used to do throughout their childhood • Have simple personal interviews with others • Know the difference between small talk and other conversations

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Teacher notes: Read ahead for Lesson 8—Review and Progress Check. Prepare how you will lead the Review and give the Progress Check. Consider assigning the self-reflection in the Student Book as homework in addition to the regularly assigned homework at the end of lesson 7.

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Prepare for Field Trip Lesson 9: • Where will you go? How will you prepare them? Words, phrases, logistics. • If you are not going out, consider arranging the classroom as a place and have them role play. • Consider a guest speaker or a former student to share stories about how they learned English.

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Warm-up: Greet students. Practice the material from last class by asking a few questions using the grammar and vocabulary. Review homework from last lesson. Warm up question: Do you remember your favorite thing you did growing up?

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Listening Track 09 Grandma: Lila – are you watching TV again?? Lila: Yeah! Didn’t you watch a lot of TV when you were a child, Grandma? Grandma: Oh no, Lila, I didn’t. I used to play outside. Lila: What did you do outside? Grandma: Oh I used to do all kinds of things like play with the neighbors, climbs trees, ride my bike. It was a lot of fun! Lila: How about my dad? What did he do when he was younger? Grandma: When he was a child, he played a lot outside too. He used to get into trouble sometimes. Lila: What kind of trouble? Grandma: Well, he used to argue with his siblings, but now they almost never fight. Lila: How about when he was a teenager? Grandma: When he was a teenager, he used to eat a lot of junk food, but now he eats very healthy! Lila: Did he stay out late? Grandma: No, he didn’t. He used to have a curfew! Lila: What’s that? Grandma: He used to have to be home by 10PM. Lila: Wow – that’s late!

Listening Track 10 Paula: Before I came here, I lived in El Salvador. I worked as a cook in my family’s restaurant. I used to wash the dishes and help with the cooking. I didn’t use to speak English but now I can. After I came here, I used to spend a lot of time alone. But then I went to English classes. My teacher was very nice and helped me. I made a lot of friends. Now I own my own restaurant and can talk to people. I used to feel scared, but now I feel proud. 44

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