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<ul><li><p>English Language Learners </p><p>NewcomerTeachersGuide</p><p>English Language Learners </p><p>NewcomerTeachersGuide</p><p>1508905-LV K-6</p><p>1508905</p><p>English Language Learners </p><p>NewcomerTeachersGuide</p><p>English Language Learners </p><p>NewcomerTeachersGuide</p><p>K_6_RNLAEATG893334_CVR_dw.indd 1 3/15/12 4:20 PM</p><p>GRAD</p><p>ES K</p><p>6</p><p>SAMP</p><p>LER</p></li><li><p> Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company</p><p>ContentsNewcomer Teachers Guide</p><p>Contents </p><p>About These Materials ....................................................................................... 1</p><p>Overview: Language Functions, Structures, and Vocabulary ............................. 2</p><p>Lesson 1</p><p>Hello! ................................................................................................................. 6</p><p>Lesson 2</p><p>In My Backpack ................................................................................................ 8</p><p>Lesson 3</p><p>Be Careful! ..................................................................................................... 10</p><p>Lesson 4</p><p>My Classroom ................................................................................................ 12</p><p>Lesson 5</p><p>My School ....................................................................................................... 14</p><p>Lesson 6</p><p>Lets Learn ...................................................................................................... 16</p><p>Lesson 7</p><p>How Do You Feel? .......................................................................................... 18</p><p>Lesson 8</p><p>How Do I Get There? ...................................................................................... 20</p><p>Lesson 9</p><p>I Can Do It! ...................................................................................................... 22</p><p>Lesson 10</p><p>My School Day ............................................................................................... 24</p><p>Lesson 11</p><p>Time for Lunch ............................................................................................... 26</p><p>Lesson 12</p><p>Lets Play! ....................................................................................................... 28</p><p>TPR Every-Student Response Cards .............................................................. 30</p><p>Lesson Language Chants ................................................................................ 42</p><p>Progress Checklists ......................................................................................... 54</p><p>Certificate of Completion ................................................................................. 66</p><p>RXECA10AAYK5_NCTG_TOC.indd 1 2/2/10 6:48:29 PM</p><p>The Newcomer Teachers GuideThe Newcomer Teachers Guide provides a series of lessons for beginner English language learners. Each lesson teaches basic language functions, sentence structure, and survival vocabulary to provide newcomers with the tools for success.</p><p>Newcomer Audio CDThis CD contains Lesson Language Chants for each lesson. The Chants and their accompanying copy masters are an ideal way to provide extended oral practice.</p><p>Vocabulary and Concept PostersFull color Vocabulary and Concept posters are paired with each lesson for visual support and concept building.</p><p>Progress MonitoringEach lesson is supported by a progress monitoring tool designed to inform appropriate instructional decisions.</p><p>OVERVIEWNewcomer Teachers Guide</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>1508905-LV K-6</p><p>1508905</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>K_6_RNLAEATG893334</p><p>_CVR_dw.indd 1</p><p>3/15/12 4:20 PM</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>1508905-LV K-6</p><p>1508905</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>English </p><p>Language Learne</p><p>rs </p><p>Newcomer</p><p>TeachersGuide</p><p>K_6_RNLAEATG893334</p><p>_CVR_dw.indd 1</p><p>3/15/12 4:20 PM</p><p>Newcomer Teachers</p><p> Guide</p><p>58</p><p>Progress Checklist</p><p>Stu</p><p>dent</p><p> Nam</p><p>es</p><p>MARKING KEY</p><p> ready for </p><p>next lesson</p><p> needs more </p><p>practice</p><p> H</p><p>ough</p><p>ton </p><p>Mif</p><p>flin</p><p> Har</p><p>cour</p><p>t Pub</p><p>lish</p><p>ing </p><p>Com</p><p>pany</p><p>Lesson 5</p><p>My School</p><p>Make Introductions</p><p>Introduce Others</p><p>Ask for and Give Direc</p><p>tions</p><p>Lesson 5 Structures</p><p>Lesson 5 Vocabulary</p><p>COMMENTS:</p><p>RXECA10AAYK5_N</p><p>CTG_054_065.indd </p><p> 58</p><p>1/9/10 10:18:45 AM</p><p>FPO-Need-ISBN</p><p>FPO-Need-ISBN</p><p>Lesson 6</p><p> Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company</p><p>ContentsNewcomer Teachers Guide</p><p>Contents </p><p>About These Materials ....................................................................................... 1</p><p>Overview: Language Functions, Structures, and Vocabulary ............................. 2</p><p>Lesson 1</p><p>Hello! ................................................................................................................. 6</p><p>Lesson 2</p><p>In My Backpack ................................................................................................ 8</p><p>Lesson 3</p><p>Be Careful! ..................................................................................................... 10</p><p>Lesson 4</p><p>My Classroom ................................................................................................ 12</p><p>Lesson 5</p><p>My School ....................................................................................................... 14</p><p>Lesson 6</p><p>Lets Learn ...................................................................................................... 16</p><p>Lesson 7</p><p>How Do You Feel? .......................................................................................... 18</p><p>Lesson 8</p><p>How Do I Get There? ...................................................................................... 20</p><p>Lesson 9</p><p>I Can Do It! ...................................................................................................... 22</p><p>Lesson 10</p><p>My School Day ............................................................................................... 24</p><p>Lesson 11</p><p>Time for Lunch ............................................................................................... 26</p><p>Lesson 12</p><p>Lets Play! ....................................................................................................... 28</p><p>TPR Every-Student Response Cards .............................................................. 30</p><p>Lesson Language Chants ................................................................................ 42</p><p>Progress Checklists ......................................................................................... 54</p><p>Certificate of Completion ................................................................................. 66</p><p>RXECA10AAYK5_NCTG_TOC.indd 1 2/2/10 6:48:29 PM</p><p>12</p><p>16</p><p>14</p><p>Lesson 5 included in this </p><p>Sampler!</p></li><li><p>Newcomer Teachers Guide14</p><p>At a GlanceLanguage Functions Make Introductions Introduce Others Ask for and Give Directions</p><p>Language StructuresWho is ?Where is ?This is .</p><p>Using the verb be</p><p>Vocabularycrossing guard, librarian, nurse, principal, student, teacher, main office, nurses office, classroom, library</p><p>ReviewLesson 4: My Classroom Prepositions of Place</p><p>Build on Prior Knowledge</p><p>INTRODUCE VOCABULARY Download and display Language Support Poster 1 from www-k6.thinkcentral.com. Point to the teacher on the poster and say: This is the teacher. Point to the student and say: This is the student. Explain to students that there are other important people in a school who help make it a good place to learn and grow. Display the images on Vocabulary and Concepts Poster 5. Point to each photograph and read aloud the labels. Provide students with a brief description of what each person in the photo-graph does.</p><p>STUDENT PARTICIPATION Ask students to draw pictures of their school. Encourage them to include in their drawing the important people from the photographs on Vocabulary and Concepts Poster 5.Then write on the board the following sentence frame, and model using the structure: This is . Invite students to talk with a partner about their drawings. Display their drawing on a bulletin board labeled People in Our School.</p><p>Teach/Model</p><p>USE VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES Display again the images on Vocabulary and Concepts Poster 5. Point to the picture of the nurse and say: This is the nurse. Repeat with the picture of the teacher and say: This is the teacher. Point to the picture of the principal. Say: This is . . . Ask a volunteer to complete the sentence. Have the class repeat: This is the principal. Continue pointing to pictures in random order. Have students respond chorally with sentences beginning with This is.</p><p>This is the principal.</p><p>Continue displaying the images on the poster. Point to the principal in the first picture and ask: Who is she? Have students repeat the question. Then answer the question by saying: She is the principal. Have students repeat the response.</p><p>Who is she? She is the principal.</p><p>Remind students that Where- questions ask about places. Read aloud the labels on Vocabulary and Concepts Poster 5. Point to the principals office in the first picture and ask: Where is she? Answer by saying: She is in the main office. Have students repeat </p><p>My School</p><p>REVISIT CONCEPTS</p><p>Play a Game Remind students that we use he for boys and men, and that we use she for girls and women. Point to a boy in a picture and say he; point to a girl in a picture and say she. Explain to students that you are going to play a game with them. Say he and gesture for the boys to stand up and then to sit down. Say she. Gesture for the girls to stand up and then to sit down. Then tell students that the boys should stand up when they hear he and the girls should stand up when they hear she. Repeat the pronouns in random order while the boys or girls stand up.</p><p>LESSON 5 </p><p>K-6_RCABE_372464_NCTG_014-015.indd 14 4/19/10 9:33:50 AM</p><p>Lesson 5 15</p><p>the question and the response. Follow the same procedure with the other images. Emphasize the use of he with the teacher and she with the principal, crossing guard, nurse, and librarian. </p><p>Where is she? She is in the mail office.</p><p>Practice/Apply</p><p>VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES Divide students into two groups. Point to the image of the principal on Vocabulary and Concepts Poster 5 and ask: Who is she? Gesture for one of the groups to repeat after you. Then answer the question by saying: She is the principal. Gesture for the other group to repeat after you. Then point to images in random order and help students ask and answer Who- questions. As students become more proficient, have the groups ask and an-swer the Who- questions without your prompts.</p><p>Continue pointing to image on Vocabulary and Concepts Poster 5. Ask: Where is the nurse? In the library? Shake your head to indicate that this is an incorrect response. Ask: In the nurses office? Clap your hands to indicate that this is the correct response. Ask other Where- questions. Have students shake their heads when you give an incorrect answer and clap their hands when you give a correct answer. Then have students work in pairs. Assign one set of images to each pair. Have students ask and answer Who- and Where- ques-tions about their set of images. Write the following sentences on the board: Who is she? She is the nurse. Where is the teacher? He is in the classroom. Have students practice writing the sentences on a sheet of paper. Encourage them to illustrate the sentences.</p><p>Review</p><p>TELL ME WHERE Review classroom objects from Lesson 4. Point to the clock, bulletin board, window, door, and desk. For each time, ask: What is it? Encourage students to answer with the name of the object.</p><p>Remind students that they can ask or tell where things are by us-ing words such as on, at, in, near, behind, under, above, and be-low. Place a pencil on top of a desk. Say: The pencil is on the desk. Continue to review prepositions of place, using the pencil. Then call out locations such as under the desk, near the clock, and behind the chair. Have volunteers place the pencil in the appropriate place.</p><p>TPR</p><p>Total Physical Response Use the following prompts with the Every-Student Response Cards on page 34.</p><p> 1. Use this word for a person who helps you cross the street safely. (crossing guard)</p><p>2. Use this word for a person who is the head of a school. (principal) </p><p>3. Use this word for a person who teaches at a school. (teacher)</p><p>4. Use this word for a person who learns at school. ( student)</p><p>5. Use this word for a person who helps people who are sick or hurt. (nurse)</p><p>6. Use this word for a person who helps people find information in books or computers. (librarian)</p><p>7. Use this word for a place to find information in books or computers. (library)</p><p>8. Use this word for a place in which people gather to learn. (classroom)</p><p>9. Use this word for a place in which a person works. (office)</p><p>eGLOSSARY</p><p>Access the eGlossary at www-k6.thinkcentral.com. </p><p>K-6_RCABE_372464_NCTG_014-015.indd 15 4/16/10 4:43:04 PM</p></li><li><p>M y S c h o o l</p><p>Unit 4, Week XP R A c T I c E B o o K</p><p>46 Newcomer Teachers GuideLesson Language Chant Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company</p><p>Name </p><p>Lesson 5l A N g u A g E c h A N T</p><p>To the Teacher:Identify and practice saying the names of the people in the song. Play the Newcomer Audio CD, Track 5. Have students listen to one round silently before chanting along with a second round, filling in the blanks. For the third round, have students repeat each stanza after it is chanted, filling in the blanks.</p><p>What is the name of our principal?The name of our principal is .</p><p>Where in the school is the principal?The principal is in the office.</p><p>What is the name of our librarian?The name of our librarian is .</p><p>Where in the school is the librarian? The librarian is in the library. </p><p>What is the name of our teacher?The name of our teacher is .</p><p>Where in the school is our teacher?Our teacher is in our classroom. </p><p>What is the name of our nurse?The name of our nurse is .</p><p>Where in the school is the nurse?The nurse is in the nurses office. </p><p>What is the name of a student at our school? </p><p>My name is . I am a student at our school!</p><p>principal</p><p>teacher</p><p>nurse </p><p>students</p><p>People at Our School</p><p>K-6_RCABE_372464_NCTG_042-053.indd 46 4/16/10 4:44:45 PM</p><p>Unit 4, Week XP R A C T I C E B O O K</p><p>34 Newcomer Teachers GuideEvery-Student Response Cards (TPR) Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company</p><p>Name </p><p>Lesson 5E v E R y- s T u d E N T R E s P O N s E </p><p>C A R d s</p><p>To the Teacher:Use with the prompts on page 15. This sheet may be cut into cards or provided whole to each student. Students can respond to prompts by holding up a card or by pointing to a word on the page. </p><p>librarian librarycrossing </p><p>guard </p><p>nurse principal office</p><p>teacher classroom student </p><p>RXECA10AAYK5_NCTG_030_041.indd 34 2/2/10 5:43:36 PM</p></li><li><p>Experience Journeys Common Core</p><p>hmheducation.com/journeys</p><p>800.225.5425 hmheducation.com</p><p> Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. 06/12 MS47725 F-1528426</p></li></ul>

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