Page 1

Hello, Good-bye Hi, boys and girls. Hello, Mrs. Adams. Bye, children. Good-bye, Mrs. Adams

Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! My hand. Ouch! My feet. Ouch! My leg. Ouch! My arm. Oops! I’m sorry. That’s OK.

Extra Work

Stars_Blad.indd 24-25

Units 1-8

Festivals

Easter , Christmas

Colors! Red. Yellow. Blue. White. Black. What color is it? It’s red. It’s red. It’s red.

Value or CLIL Value or CLIL

Let’s Share This is my paint. Hey! It’s my paint too! OK. Let’s share. Let’s share.

CLIL: Math Counting items

The Blue Paint This is my paint. This is my paint. Hey! This is my paint, too! Let’s share. OK. Look! Cool! Value: Be nice.

Value or CLIL

My favorite color is gray.

Songs

Structures

What color is it? It’s blue.

It’s a Book What is it? What is it? It’s a book. It isn’t a notebook. What is it? What is it? It’s a desk. It isn’t a chair.

CLIL: Art Color mixing

I like chicken. I don’t like rice.

apples, bananas, oranges, peaches cookies, popcorn, chocolate, candy

What’s your favorite fruit? Peaches. What’s your favorite snack? Candy.

Thank You! Here you are. A cookie? For me? Yes, for you. A cookie! Here you are. Thank you! You’re welcome. Favorite Fruit What’s your favorite fruit? Apples! Apples. Oranges. Peaches. Bananas. Mmm. I like fruit. Here’s an apple. Here’s a banana. For me? Yes, for you!

Cookies Three cookies. Yum! Value or CLIL

juice, chicken, fish, ice cream milk, bread, rice, beans

I Like Chicken! I like chicken! I like fish! I like ice cream! What’s this? This is juice. Uh-oh! Uh-oh! I don’t like juice!

I like cookies. Me, too. Oh, no! Here you are. Thank you! You’re welcome. Value: Be kind

Value or CLIL

More Food

CLIL: Geography Food around the world

UNIT 7

Oops! Ouch! My arm.

Actions

walk, run, skip, jump swim, dance, wink, sing

I can jump. Can you wink? Yes, I can. No, I can’t.

Oops! Ouch! My feet.

UNIT 8

More Actions

clap my hands, stomp my feet, swing my arms, shake my legs lizards, whales, kangaroos, penguins

What can you do? I can shake my legs. Lizards can jump.

Walk, Run, Skip, Jump I can walk, walk, walk, walk, walk. I can run, run, run, run, run. I can skip, skip, skip, skip, skip. I can jump, jump, jump, jump, jump. Let’s Swim! Can you swim? Can you swim? Yes, I can. Yes, I can. Let’s swim! What Can You Do? What can you do? I can shake my legs. I can clap my hands. I can swing my arms. I can stomp my feet.

Value or CLIL

Oops! Ouch! My hand.

Songs

Review 3 - Units 5 and 6

CLIL: Social Studies Family Tree

Value: Be polite.

Value or CLIL

Songs

Vocabulary

Structures Structures

Songs Songs

What is it? It’s a ruler.

Songs

UNIT 6

Review 4 - Units 7 and 8

It’s a book. It isn’t a notebook.

CLIL: Math Farm animals

I’m sorry. That’s okay.

How Many Presents? How many presents? One present. How many presents? Two presents. One for you. One for me. How many presents? Two presents.

Let’s Dance! Can you swim? No, I can’t. Can you wink? No, I can’t. Can you sing? No, I can’t. Can you dance? Yes, I can. OK! Let’s dance! Value: Be friendly.

Value or CLIL

Touch your hand! My hand.

How many cards? One card. Two cards.

Songs

Value: Be friendly.

Food

Value or CLIL

Songs

Who’s This? Mother, father, sister, brother. Who’s this? Who’s this? Mother, father, sister, brother. Who’s this? Who’s this?

Touch Your Ears! Two ears. Two eyes. One nose. One mouth. Touch your ears. My ears. Songs

Structures

Vocabulary

This is my mother. Who’s this? This is my grandfather.

Hi! How Are You? Hi! How are you? I’m fine. Thank you!

I’m Great! Hi, Emma! How are you? I’m fine. Thank you. How are you? I’m good. Hi, Danny! How are you? I’m OK. Look! Mike! Mike! Mike! How are you, Mike? I’m great! Thank you.

Review 2 - Units 3 and 4

UNIT 5

Value or CLIL

My Body

ears, eyes, nose, mouth hand, hands, arm, arms, foot, feet, leg, legs

Structures

UNIT 8

Vocabulary

Family

mother, father, sister, brother grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle

Colors

red, yellow, blue, white, black, green, purple, orange, pink, gray, brown

Structures

How Old Are You? I’m 6. How old are you? I’m 7. How old are you? I’m 7. How old are you? I’m 6. How old are you? 1, 2, 3, 4!

Review 3 - Units 5 and 6

UNIT 7

singular / plural: one present / two presents

Songs

How Many Cows? How many cows? cows? Two cows. Moo. Moo.

How many trains? Two trains.

CLIL: Math Shapes

Structures

Cats, Dogs, Birds, Rabbits Cats and dogs, birds and rabbits. Let’s count! One cat, one dog, one bird, one rabbit.

book, notebook, desk, chair eraser, ruler, pencil case, backpack

Structures

How Old Are You? How old are you? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. I’m 5! How old are you? I’m 6! How old are you? I’m 7! How old are you? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. I’m 5!

Value or CLIL

Songs

Plural -s. How many birds? 3 birds.

Songs

Structures

cat, cats, dog, dogs, bird, birds, rabbit, rabbits, pig, pigs, duck, ducks, cow, cows, horse, horses

I’m 6. How old are you? I’m…

UNIT 3

UNIT 4

Value or CLIL

Animals

one, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, ten

Structures

UNIT 6

Vocabulary

Numbers

Vocabulary

UNIT 5

What color is it? It’s yellow. What is it? It’s a blue pencil.

The Alphabet The alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K,L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Review 1 - Units 1 and 2

School Supplies

Review 2 - Units 3 and 4 Let’s Count! One, two, three, four, five. Five, four, three, two, one. Let’s count!

game(s), marble(s), puzzle(s), card(s)

Structures

Value: Be nice.

party hat(s), candle(s), present(s), cupcake(s)

Structures

What Is It? What is it? What is it? It’s a blue pencil! It’s blue. It’s a pencil. It’s a blue pencil.

I’m Fine Hi, Danny. How are you? I’m OK. Here you are. Thank you! How are you? I’m fine. Thank you

Party Time

Vocabulary

I’m OK! Hi. How are you? I’m OK. Here you are. Thank you.

Value or CLIL

Structures

Songs

It’s a blue pen. What is it? It’s a blue circle.

Red, Blue, Yellow, Green Red, blue, yellow, green. It’s red. It’s blue. It’s yellow. It’s green.

Value or CLIL

At School

pencil, pen, crayon, marker circle, square, triangle, rectangle

It’s blue. What color is it? It’s blue.

Songs

UNIT 4

red, blue, yellow, green paper, glue, paint, yarn

Structures

Colors

Vocabulary

UNIT 3

Vocabulary

Review 1 - Units 1 and 2

UNIT 2

Vocabulary

Value: Be polite.

Review of family members. Review of colors, toys and school supplies. Review of animals and numbers/counting.

What’s your name? My name is... This is my mother.

Value: Be friendly.

Vocabulary

Boys and Girls Hi, boys. Hi, girls. Boys. Girls.

Welcome

Vocabulary

It’s a car. What is it? It’s a balloon.

Value or CLIL

train, boat, jet, car balloon, ball, doll, kite

Songs

Toys

Structures

UNIT 2

Vocabulary

Value: Be friendly. What Is It? What is it? It’s a boat.

UNIT 1

Vocabulary

What’s your name? Hi. What’s your name? I’m Emma. Hi. What’s your name? I’m Julie. Hi. What’s your name? I’m Danny. I’m Mike. What’s your name?

Vocabulary

Julie, Danny, Emma, Mike Hello. I’m Julie. Hello. I’m Danny. Hello. I’m Emma. Hello. I’m Mike.

Vocabulary

Hello. I’m... . What’s your name? I’m ... .

Level

Value or CLIL

Julie, Danny, Emma, Mike

Songs

Hello!

Level

Structures

UNIT 1

Vocabulary

Syllabus

CLIL: Science Animal abilities

Review 4 - Units 7 and 8

Extra Work

Units 1-8

Festivals

Carnival, Children´s Day

29/7/2011 08:56:20


Where are the snakes? They’re on / under the rock. They’re in the grass.

Feelings

Are you happy? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not.

Danny! Where are you? Look! Where’s Danny? I know! I’m sorry. That’s OK.

UNIT 8

The Toy Store

old, new, big, small, long, short fast, slow, noisy, quiet

That’s an old bike. Those are fast cars.

Value: Be polite.

Songs

Where’s Danny? Hurry! Let’s see the tigers! Wait! I like elephants!

Head! Shoulders! Knees! Toes! This is my head. These are my shoulders. Head! Head! Shoulders! Shoulders!

Those Are Small Trains That’s a small train. That’s an short train. That’s an old train. Those are small trains. Those are short trains. Those are old trains. Please Be Quiet! Please be quiet! Please be quiet! OK. I’m sorry. Thanks.

Value or CLIL

I wash my face.

Songs

Structures

Vocabulary

Value or CLIL

The Body

This is my head. These are my shoulders.

Ouch! What’s wrong? My leg hurts. Are you OK? I think so. Thanks!

CLIL: Health Healthy habits

Please Be Quiet! Julie. Julie! Julie, please be quiet! OK. I’m sorry. Thanks, Julie. Julie? Value: Be nice.

Review 4 - Units 7 and 8

Review 2 - Units 3 and 4

Extra Work

Stars_Blad.indd 26-27

Oh, no!

Value: Be kind.

Value or CLIL

Hurry! Hurry, hurry, hurry, hurry! Oh, no! I’m sorry. Hurry, hurry, hurry! I’m sorry. That’s OK.

UNIT 7

head, shoulders, knees, toes wash my face, wash my hands, brush my hair, brush my teeth

Structures

Where’s the monkey? It’s in the tree.

Where’s the Bear? The bear is under the tree. Where’s the bear? Where’s the bear? The bear is under the tree. I can’t see the bear. The bear is under the tree. Where’s the bear? Where’s the bear? The bear is under the tree. Oh, I can see the bear now.

CLIL: Science Animals

Vocabulary

The monkey is in/on/ under the box.

Songs

Structures

Can you see a turtle? / 2 turtles? Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.

Are You OK? Oops. Ouch! What’s wrong? Are you OK? Are you OK? Ouch! My leg hurts. Ouch! My leg hurts. Are you OK? Are you OK? Ouch! I think so. Oh! I think so. Yes! I think so. Thanks!

Are You OK? Ready, set, go! Value or CLIL

UNIT 6

I’m happy. I’m not sad.

Songs

CLIL: Health Talking about sports abilities

happy, sad, hot, cold, hungry, thirsty sick, tired, bored, excited

I’m Happy! Are you sad? No, I’m not. Are you happy? Yes, I am. I’m not sad. I’m not sad. I’m happy.

Review 3 - Units 5 and 6

Value or CLIL

monkey, elephant, tiger, bear caterpillar, butterfly, bee, fish

What can you see? I can see a river / 2 rivers.

Songs

Animals

river, hill, lake, rock, flower, tree turtle, frog, spider, ant

Structures

UNIT 4

Vocabulary

The Park

Vocabulary

UNIT 3

CLIL: Science Animal camouflage

Value: Be fair.

Review 1 - Units 1 and 2

What Can You See? What can you see? I can see a river. Can you see a river? Yes, I can. Can you see a rock? Can you see a lake? No, I can’t. Can you? No, I can’t. I can see a river. I can see a river, too.

Where Are the Snakes? Where are the snakes? They’re under the rocks. The rocks are under the trees. Zebras, giraffes, lions, and bears. Look up at the monkeys. The monkeys are in the trees.

Value or CLIL

The snakes are under the rock. Songs

More Animals

snakes, giraffes, lions, zebras leaf, stick, sand, grass

Structures

Julie, it’s your turn. Thank you. Good job, Julie!

UNIT 5

Vocabulary

Oops!

Structures

What can you do? I can…

I Can! I can! I can’t! I can! I can’t! I can play soccer. I can’t fly a kite. I can jump rope. I can’t ride a bike. I can see a ball, red and blue. What about you?

It’s my turn! No, it’s my turn.

Vocabulary

I can / can’t play soccer.

Let’s Play Together It’s your turn. Let’s play together. It’s my turn. Let’s play together.

My Turn! Oh, no!

Value or CLIL

Songs

Structures

What is it? It’s a blue book. What color is it? It’s red. It is/isn’t a whale.

Hi! Hi! What’s your name? My name is Anne. My favorite color is yellow. Hi! What’s your name? My name is Carlos. I like yellow, too.

Value or CLIL

Activities

play soccer, jump rope, fly a kite, ride a bike ice-skate, in-line skate, skateboard, do karate

What’s your name? I’m / My name is Danny. I like / I don’t like green. How old are you? I’m 8. My favorite color is orange. What’s your favorite fruit / snack? Apples.

Songs

UNIT 2

Review of colors, animals, toys, school objects, food, fruit, and snacks

Level

Structures

Welcome

Vocabulary

UNIT 1

Vocabulary

Syllabus

Units 1-8

Festivals

June Festival, Thanksgiving

29/7/2011 08:56:23


Thanks, Mike! You’re welcome.

Activities

play the guitar, listen to music, watch TV, do homework

Are you playing the guitar? Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Is he/she playing the guitar? Yes, he/she is. No, he/she isn’t.

What’s her phone number? It’s 555-0182.

Value: Be safe.

What’s he/she doing? He’s/She’s drawing.

Be Careful Oh, Danny! Look at me. I like trees! Danny, be careful! Whoa! Oh, no! Excuse me. May I borrow your phone? Sure. Here you are. Thanks. Oh, Danny! I’m sorry, Mom. She’s a firefighter!

UNIT 8

Countries

Brazil/Brazilan, China/Chinese, Egypt/Egyptian, The United States/American Mexico/Mexican, Japan/Japanese, Italy/Italian, Canada/Canadian

I’m from Brazil. I’m Brazilian. Where are you from? I’m from Brazil. I’m Brazilian. He’s/She’s from Italy. He’s/She’s Italian. Where’s he/she from? He’s/She’s from Italy. He’s/She’s Italian

Value: Be helpful.

What Are You Doing? What are you doing? I’m eating. What’s she doing? She’s eating. What’s he doing? What’s he doing? He’s playing a computer game.

Where Are You From? Where are you from? I’m from Brazil. I’m Brazilian. Where are you from? I’m from Egypt. I’m Egyptian. Where are you from? I’m from China. I’m Chinese. I’m from the United States. I’m American. Can You Speak English? Hi, what’s your name? I’m Kayo. I’m from Japan. Can you speak Japanese? Yes, I can. Can you speak English? Just a little. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too.

Value or CLIL

What are you doing? I’m eating.

Songs

Structures

Vocabulary

Things to Do

painting, photograph, mosaic, sculpture

He’s/She’s eating.

CLIL: Art Art forms

A New Friend Hello. Hi! Can you speak English? Just a little. I’m Ken. Nice to meet you. Where are you from? Japan. Can you play soccer? Yes, I can. Let’s play! Good job, Ken! Good-bye! See you! Bye! Value: Be friendly.

Review 4 - Units 7 and 8

Review 2 - Units 3 and 4

Extra Work

Stars_Blad.indd 28-29

What’s she wearing? She’s wearing a pink sweater and black pants.

Mom! Julie!

Value or CLIL

May I Borrow Your Phone? Excuse me. May I borrow your phone? Sure. Here you are. Thanks! You’re welcome! Please may I borrow your phone? Sure! Here you are.

UNIT 7

eat, drink, read, write, draw, play a computer game

Structures

Are they actors? Yes, they are. / No, they aren’t.

CLIL: Social Studies: Places

Vocabulary

They’re police officers. They aren’t firefighters.

Yes, They Are Are they police officers? Yes, they are. Yes, they are. Yes, they are. Are they firefighters? No, they aren’t. They’re soccer players.

Value or CLIL

Songs

Structures

Where’s the doctor? He’s / She’s at the hospital.

She’s a Doctor She’s a doctor. She isn’t a nurse. Is she a pilot? No, she isn’t. Is she a doctor? Yes, she is. Yes, she is.

What’s Your Phone Number? What’s your phone number? Ring-a-ling-a-ling. Ring-a-ling-a-ling. 555-4321. Ring-a-ling-a-ling-a-ling-ling.

Where’s Mom? Mom! Mom? What’s wrong? I can’t find my mother. Value or CLIL

UNIT 6

I’m playing handball. He’s/She’s playing baseball. Songs

CLIL: Math

baseball, basketball, volleyball, handball, tennis, table tennis

Are You Playing Baseball? I’m playing baseball. Are you playing baseball? No, I’m not. Are you playing basketball? No, I’m not. Are you playing tennis? Yes, I am.

Review 3 - Units 5 and 6

Value or CLIL

actors, artists, musicians, game designers, journalists, scientists

Is he / she a doctor? Yes, he / she is. / No, he / she isn’t.

Songs

More Jobs

police officers, firefighters, bus drivers, soccer players

Structures

UNIT 4

Vocabulary

Jobs

Vocabulary

UNIT 3

doctor, nurse, teacher, dentist, pilot, cook hospital, school, airport restaurant

CLIL: Social Studies Clothes

Value: Be helpful.

Review 1 - Units 1 and 2

He’s / She’s a doctor. He / She isn’t a nurse.

My Clothes I’m wearing a blue shirt. I’m wearing red pants. I’m wearing yellow socks. I’m wearing purple shoes.

Value or CLIL

He’s/She’s wearing a red hat. What’s he/she wearing? He’s/She’s wearing a red hat.

Songs

hat, coat, sweater, boots

I’m wearing a blue shirt/ green pants. Structures

Clothes

Vocabulary

Oh, no! I can help you, Dad.

UNIT 5

shirt, dress, skirt, pants, socks, shoes

Songs

My birthday is in August. When is your birthday? It’s in February

Thanks, Dad. You’re welcome.

Structures

What day is it today? It’s Sunday.

The Days of the Week Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday What day is it today? It’s Sunday. It’s Sunday. Today is Sunday. There are seven days in the week.

Value or CLIL

Songs

Structures

It’s Monday.

Please Help Me! Oh no! My game! Dad, please help me. Sure. I can help you, Mike. Thanks, Dad! You’re welcome! Oh no! Uh-oh! Oops! Uh-oh! What’s wrong? I can help you, Dad! Thanks, Mike! You’re welcome!

My Game! Oh, no! My game! Dad, please help me. Sure.

Vocabulary

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

Hi! Hello! Hi! Hello! Hi! Hello! Hi, Hi, Hello! I’m Maria. I can ice skate. I like ice cream.

Value or CLIL

Days and Months

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

I can/can’t ice skate. I like/don’t like chicken. I’m happy. I’m not sad. Are you happy? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not This is my head. / These are my feet. That’s a slow car. Those are old dolls. Where’s the monkey? It’s in the tree. I wash my face. Where are the snakes? They’re in the grass. Can you see a turtle? Yes, I can.

Songs

UNIT 2

Review of activities, food, feelings, body parts, animals, and adjectives. Review of prepositions and can for ability. Review of Where is/are the ...?

Level

Structures

Welcome

Vocabulary

UNIT 1

Vocabulary

Syllabus

Units 1-8

Festivals

Valentine´s Day, Independence Day

29/7/2011 08:56:27


Syllabus

Do you like milk? Yes, I do. No, I don’t.

Home

bedroom, bathroom, living room, kitchen

next to, in front of, behind There’s a table / a bookshelf behind the bed. Is there a sofa in the bedroom? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.

Songs

bed, bookshelf, table, sofa, clock, computer

CLIL: Science: Where things come from

Let’s Clean Up The living room’s messy. Let’s clean up! OK! Good idea. I have fingers. I have hands. I can clean up. Yes, I can. The living room’s messy. Let’s clean up! OK!

Oh, no! There’s a sock on the sofa. There’s a book under the table. What are they doing? I don’t know. Let’s look. Surprise! Wow! It’s neat. Thank you. Good job! Value: Be helpful.

Review 3 - Units 5 and 6

Things We Use

magazines, glue sticks, pencil sharpeners, paintbrushes

There are three water bottles (on the table). Songs

CLIL: Math Add, divide, multiply, subtract

cell phones, lunchboxes, water bottles, dictionaries, calculators, staplers

Structures

UNIT 7

Vocabulary

How Many Pencils Do You Have? How many pencils do you have? I have 14 pencils. I don’t have pencils, I have pens. I have 18 pens.

Value or CLIL

How many pencils do you have? I have 24 pencils.

Songs

plus, minus, times, divided by

Structures

Numbers

Vocabulary

UNIT 3

I have/don’t have 12 pens.

CLIL: Health: Healthy or unhealthy routines

Surprise The living room’s messy! Let’s clean up. I can help. OK. Good idea. Value or CLIL

There’s a Chair There’s a chair in front of the table. There’s a desk next to the bed. There’s a picture behind the computer... purple and orange and red.

Review 1 - Units 1 and 2

Numbers 11-20 Numbers 21-100

Value or CLIL

Songs

What are you doing, Mike? I’m playing. I’m winning! Value: Be nice.

Value or CLIL

I like / don’t like eggs. What do you like? I like soup.

Songs

soup, salad, spaghetti, french fries, steak, eggs yogurt, cheese, butter, milk

Structures

Food

Vocabulary

UNIT 2

When do you wake up? I wake up at 7 o’clock (in the morning).

I’m bored. Can I play, too? Oh, sure. I’m sorry.

UNIT 6 Do You Like Eggs? What do you like? Do you like eggs? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. I like eggs. Do you like steak? No, I don’t. No, I don’t. I don’t like steak. Do you like spaghetti? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. I like spaghetti. What do you like? What do you like? What do you like?

wake up, go to school, come home, go to bed

When Do You Eat Breakfast? When do you eat breakfast? I eat breakfast at seven fifteen. I like eggs and juice.

How many magazines are there? There are four magazines.

How Many Lunch Boxes Are There? There are two water bottles. There are three computers. There are four dictionaries. How many lunch boxes are there? There are 5 lunch boxes. There are one, two, three, four, five lunch boxes. There are five lunch boxes. How Do You Spell? How do you spell Saturday? How do you spell? How do you spell? How do you spell Saturday? S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y.

Let’s Clean Up! Oh, no! Look at the river. It’s dirty. Yuck! Let’s go home. Value or CLIL

Let’s Play! I’m bored. What are you doing? I’m playing. Can I play, too? Oh, sure. Good idea. Let’s play! Let’s play!

My Day

Let’s play! Good Idea!

I eat breakfast at 7 o’clock (in the morning).

breakfast, lunch, a snack, dinner

Structures

That’s my aunt. He’s at the restaurant. He’s wearing yellow shoes. He’s playing the guitar.

UNIT 5

Vocabulary

He’s / She’s...ing. Is he / she...ing? What’s he / she doing? He’s / She’s eating.

That’s my father. He’s a pilot. He’s eating. He’s at the airport. He’s wearing a white shirt.

Value or CLIL

I’m/You’re ...ing; Are you...ing? What are you doing? I’m eating.

That’s my uncle. He’s at school. He’s wearing red shorts. He’s playing basketball. Songs

Welcome

Review of jobs, family members, places, activities and sports.

Structures

UNIT 1

Vocabulary

This is my aunt. She’s a doctor. She’s at the hospital. She’s writing. She’s wearing a white coat.

Let’s Play! Mike, Danny’s here. Hi Danny! Hi. I have a new computer game.

Structures

That’s My Mother That’s my mother. She’s a doctor. She’s reading. She’s at the hospital. She’s wearing a white coat.

Vocabulary

Level

There are bottles in the river. It’s dirty. What can we do? How do you spell Saturday? S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y. Now it’s clean. Great job, everybody! Value: Be helpful.

Let’s play a computer game, Mike! I’m tired. Good-night, Dad. Value: Be healthy.

UNIT 8

Around Town

park, movie theater, supermarket, post office, department store, library cut, color, glue, fold

across from / next to / between The park is across from the library. Where’s the park? It’s across from the movie theater.

It’s twelve o’clock. It isn’t twelve fifteen. It isn’t twelve thirty. It isn’t twelve forty-five. What time is it? What time is it? It’s twelve o’clock at night.

CLIL: Art Make my own town

Review 4 - Units 7 and 8

Review 2 - Units 3 and 4

Extra Work

Stars_Blad.indd 30-31

Where’s The Park? Excuse me. Where’s the park? It’s across from the supermarket. Where’s the supermarket? It’s next to the post office. Where’s the post office? It’s between the supermarket and the department store. Where’s the department store? It’s across from the movie theatre. Where’s the movie theatre? It’s next to the library. Where’s the library? It’s between the movie theatre and the park. Aha! The park is next to the library.

Value or CLIL

Mike? Mike!

Songs

Mike! It’s eleven o’clock. Sorry, Dad. Good-night. Structures

It’s seven o’clock. It isn’t seven fifteen. It isn’t seven thirty. It isn’t seven forty-five. What time is it? What time is it? It’s seven o’clock in the evening.

Time for Bed Let’s play a computer game, Dad! It’s nine o’clock. It’s time for bed.

Vocabulary

It’s 7:15 at night.

It’s three o’clock. It isn’t three fifteen. It isn’t three thirty. It isn’t three forty-five. What time is it? What time is it? It’s three o’clock in the afternoon.

Value or CLIL

in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening; at night

It’s one o’ clock. It isn’t two o’clock. What time is it? It’s one o’clock.

Songs

Time

one o’clock, one-fifteen, one thirty, one forty-five, two o’clock

Structures

UNIT 4

Vocabulary

It’s Five o’Clock It’s five o’clock. It isn’t five fifteen. It isn’t five thirty. It isn’t five forty-five. What time is it? What time is it? It’s five o’clock in the morning.

Units 1-8

Festivals

Easter, Christmas

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Stars Syllabus  

Stars Syllabus