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Time for School
L2 - U3

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Unit Overview:

Level 2 Unit 3: “Time for School!” is designed for young learners to improve their school and music vocabulary knowledge. This unit consists of 10 lessons that cover a wide range of topics, including school supplies, school subjects, musical instruments, hobbies, after-school activities, and talents. Each lesson includes interactive activities, stories, and songs to make learning school and music vocabulary engaging and fun.

 

School & Music Vocabulary Class

 

 

Lesson 1: Welcome to School

Get ready for an exciting adventure with Shelly the sheep as she starts her first day at school! This lesson is full of engaging vocabulary, grammar, and speaking activities that will introduce your students to school-related words and the concept of imperatives.

 

 

Lesson 2: School Subjects

Join Charlie the cheetah as he explores various school subjects in this exciting lesson! Students will learn new vocabulary, practice the consonant digraph “ch,” and dive into the present progressive tense through engaging activities and an interesting story.

 

Lesson 3: School Supplies

Get ready to explore school supplies in Lesson 3! Students will learn essential vocabulary, practice the consonant digraphs “sh” and “ch,” and dive deeper into the present progressive tense. Join Sarah and her friend Tom as they share supplies and work together on a project in an engaging story!
 

Lesson 4: Activities at School 

Join us in Lesson 4 as we explore various activities at school! Students will learn new vocabulary, practice the consonant digraph “ck,” and continue to expand their knowledge of the present progressive tense. Dive into an exciting story about the school day and learn fun phrases like “See you later, alligator!”
 

Lesson 5: Making Friends

Discover the key to making friends! Learn about good friendship habits, practice consonant digraphs, and explore a story about a new student making friends at school.
 

Lesson 6: Music Class

Let’s make some music! Dive into the world of musical instruments and practice the present progressive tense in the context of a school concert.
 

Lesson 7: Hobbies & Interests

Explore various hobbies and interests! Learn about different activities, practice consonant digraphs, and find out how Tom discovers new hobbies with his friends.
 

Lesson 8: After School

Discover the exciting world of after-school activities in Lesson 8! Students will explore various hobbies, clubs, and practices while expanding their vocabulary and practicing conversation skills. Don’t miss out on this engaging lesson!

 

 

Lesson 9: The Talent Show 

Step into the spotlight with Lesson 9 as students prepare for a talent show! Explore various talents, engage in a captivating story, and practice grammar skills with syllable counting. Join the excitement and let your students’ talents shine!
 

Lesson 10: Review #1

Get ready for a fun and comprehensive review with Lesson 10! Students will revisit various topics covered in previous lessons, practice speaking skills, and learn about report cards and haikus. Join the adventure and solidify their learning experience!

  • School – School, Classroom, Teacher, Student, Desk, Chair, Shoes, Fish, Brush, Shell, Ship, Shop, Fish, Wish
  • School Subjects – Math, Science, Art, Music, English, History, P.E., Gym, Chair, Church, Teach, Cheese, Chip, Chop
  • School Supplies – Backpack, Notebook, Scissors, Ruler, Pencil, Eraser, Pass, Open
  • Activities – Reading, Writing, Solving, Drawing, Learning, Studying, Pack, Click, Check, Knock, Lock
  • Friends – Introduce, Ask Questions, Share, Help, Invite, Play
  • Music Class – Instruments, Rhythm, Song, Notes, Piano, Violin, Drums, Guitar, Flute, Trumpet
  • Hobbies & Interests – Dancing, Playing Soccer, Playing Basketball, Swimming, Cooking, Hiking
  • After School – Go to Practice, Take a Lesson, Join a Club, Do Homework, Relax, Watch TV
  • The Talent Show – Juggle, Act, Do Magic Tricks, Write Poetry, Tell Jokes, Do Martial Arts
  • Review #1 – Report Card, Grades

Lesson 1: Welcome to School

  • What do you see at school?
  • What is in your classroom?
  • Be quiet.
  • Sit down.
  • Stand up.
  • Raise your hand.
  • Shush! Wash your hands!
  • Share! Sharpen your pencil!
  • Study your flashcards!
 

Lesson 2: School Subjects

  • What is your favorite school subject?
  • What is your favorite subject?
  • Be quiet.
  • Sit down.
  • Read the chapter!
  • Check your answers!
  • Change your seat!
  • What are you doing? I am reading. / I am not reading.
  • What am I doing? You are writing. / You are not writing.
  • What is he doing? He is listening. / He is not listening.
 

Lesson 3: School Supplies

  • What’s in your backpack
  • What do you have in your backpack?
  • Pass the pen.
  • Open your bag.
  • Pass me the pencil.
  • Give me the eraser.
  • I am writing.
  • He is reading.
  • They are talking.
  • We are drawing.
 

Lesson 4: Activities at School 

  • What activities do you do at school?
  • What do you like doing at school?
  • Pack your backpack.
  • Click the mouse.
  • Check the clock.
  • Knock on the door.
  • Lock the door.
  • I am reading a funny book.
  • He is writing a scary story.
  • They are solving hard problems.
 

Lesson 5: Making Friends

  • How do you make friends at school?
  • Tell me about your best friend.
  • Show me your new toy.
  • Choose a game. / Help me pack.
 

Lesson 6: Music Class

  • Do you play any instruments?
  • Pluck the guitar strings.
  • Pick up the drumsticks.
  • Listen to the pitch.
  • Shake the maracas!
 

Lesson 7: Hobbies & Interests

  • What are your hobbies?
  • Show me your drawing.
  • Check out this photo.
  • Choose a paint color.
 

Lesson 8: After School

  • What do you usually do after school?
  • I usually ___ after school.
  • Are you in any after school clubs?
  • What kind of clubs do you want to join?
 

Lesson 9: The Talent Show 

  • What do you have?
  • Here is your report card!
  • What’s a report card?
  • It tells you your grades.
  • I always have excellent grades!

Lesson 1: Welcome to School

Fantastic effort in exploring school-related vocabulary and the use of imperatives! Keep practicing to enhance your language skills.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: school, classroom, teacher, student, desk, chair, shoes, fish, brush, shell
  • Sentences: “I see a ___ in the classroom.” “Be quiet in class.” “Raise your hand.”
 

Lesson 2: School Subjects

Great job learning about different school subjects and using the present progressive tense! Continue to apply these concepts in daily conversations.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: math, science, art, music, English, history, P.E., gym, chair, church
  • Sentences: “I am studying ___.” “Charlie is solving problems in math.”
 

Lesson 3: School Supplies

Impressive work with school supplies vocabulary and forming sentences using object pronouns! Practice using these in context for better retention.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: backpack, notebook, scissors, ruler, pencil, eraser
  • Sentences: “I have a ___ in my backpack.” “She opens her pencil case.”
 

Lesson 4: Activities at School

Well done on grasping activities at school and using conjunctions effectively! Try to incorporate these into your daily school discussions.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: reading, writing, solving, drawing, learning, studying
  • Sentences: “I am reading a book.” “They are solving problems in math class.”
 

Lesson 5: Making Friends

Excellent progress in understanding how to make friends and practicing gerunds! Use these phrases when talking about friendships and activities.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: introduce, ask questions, share, help, invite, play
  • Sentences: “Lucy invites Sarah to paint.” “They become friends and help each other.”
 

Lesson 6: Music Class

Superb learning of music-related terms and practicing imperative sentences! Try to use these terms when talking about music and instructions.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: instruments, rhythm, song, notes, piano, violin
  • Sentences: “I am playing the piano.” “They are singing a song.”
 

Lesson 7: Hobbies & Interests

Excellent understanding of hobbies and interests vocabulary! Keep using these words in sentences to describe your favorite activities.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: dancing, playing soccer, basketball, swimming, cooking, hiking
  • Sentences: “Tom is playing soccer.” “He takes guitar lessons.”
 

Lesson 8: After School

Great job learning about after-school activities! Continue to use these words in conversations about your post-school routine.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: practice, lesson, club, homework, relax, watch TV
  • Sentences: “I go to practice after school.” “Some students relax at home.”
 

Lesson 9: The Talent Show

Outstanding work learning about different talents for a show! Remember these terms and practice describing various talents.

  • Vocabulary to Practice: juggle, act, do magic tricks, write poetry, tell jokes, martial arts
  • Sentences: “Joey is doing magic tricks.” “Sarah tells jokes.”
 

Lesson 10: Review #1

You’ve done an excellent job reviewing the unit’s content! Keep revisiting these lessons to strengthen your understanding and application of the language.