Going Up Education

Time to Party
L3 - U4

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Unit Overview:

  • Introductions

  • Age, Date & Birthday

  • Short O Words (-ot, -op, -og, -od, -on)

  • OU, OO, OW Sounds

  • Long O Words (-oe, -oa, -ow, o_e, o)

  • Possessive Adjectives

  • Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

  • Story Elements (Characters, Setting, Plot, Conflict, Solution, Theme/Moral)

  • New Years Resolutions

  • Chore Chart

  • School Spirit Week

  • Report Cards

In “Time to Party,” students embark on a delightful journey into the heart of various celebrations. This unit covers topics from birthday parties to graduation ceremonies, enriching learners’ understanding of different cultural festivities. Key themes include expressing emotions, describing events, and discussing family and community gatherings. With lessons on dates, party vocabulary, and family relationships, students gain a comprehensive insight into celebrating milestones while enhancing their English language proficiency.
  • Party, Birthday, Gift, Present, Celebrate

  • Circus, Clown, Carnival, Ticket, Explore

  • Candles, Cupcake, Decoration, Guest, Lighting

  • Wrap, Goody Bag, Ribbon, Glitter, Blowing

  • Do Homework, Read, Study

  • Clean, Fold Clothes, Do the Dishes

  • Follow Directions, Pay Attention, Get Along

  • Do an Assignment, Work on a Project, Take a Test/Quiz

  • Sun, Earth, Jupiter, Saturn

  • Diploma, Cap, Gown, Certificate, Podium, Graduation

  • How old are you? I am ___.

  • When is your birthday? My birthday is on ___.

  • What is the ___ month of the year? 

  • What day comes before ___? 

  • What day is it? It is ___.

  • What number is greater/less than __?

  • What number is equal to __?

  • What time is the party? The party is at __ o’clock.

  • What are they doing at the party? They are ___ at the party.

  • How many ___ do you see?

  • How old will you be? I will be __ years old.

  • Is he/she ____ at home?

  • What are you doing now?

  • What are they doing at home?

  • Are you ____ now?

Lesson 1 – Birthday Bash

  • Feedback: Great job learning about birthday celebrations and practicing your dialogue skills! Keep working on using the present progressive tense and understanding calendar dates.
  • Vocabulary: Party, Birthday, Gift, Present
 

Lesson 2 – Circus Clown

  • Feedback: Excellent work learning about circus-related vocabulary and activities! Continue practicing asking and answering questions about dates and using the present progressive tense.
  • Vocabulary: Circus, Clown, Carnival, Ticket
 

Lesson 3 – Celebrating Art

  • Feedback: Wonderful job learning about art-related vocabulary and practicing possessive adjectives. Keep practicing your present progressive sentences to describe actions.
  • Vocabulary: Candles, Cupcake, Decoration, Guest
 

Lesson 4 – Surprise Sleepover

  • Feedback: Fantastic effort in learning vocabulary related to sleepovers and using possessive adjectives. Keep up the good work with dialogues and the present progressive tense.
  • Vocabulary: Wrap, Goody Bag, Ribbon, Glitter
 

Lesson 5 – Review #1

  • Feedback: Excellent review of all the vocabulary and grammar points covered in the previous lessons. Continue practicing to reinforce your learning.
  • Vocabulary: Review all vocabulary from Lessons 1-4
 

Lesson 6 – Happy New Year

  • Feedback: Great job understanding the story elements and practicing New Year-related vocabulary. Keep practicing the present progressive tense and making New Year’s resolutions.
  • Vocabulary: Do Homework, Read, Study
 

Lesson 7 – Family Dinner

  • Feedback: Excellent work understanding the story elements and practicing family-related vocabulary. Continue practicing the present progressive tense and teamwork concepts.
  • Vocabulary: Clean, Fold Clothes, Do the Dishes
 

Lesson 8 – Field Day

  • Feedback: Great job learning about school-related vocabulary and understanding the importance of hydration. Keep practicing the present progressive tense and following directions.
  • Vocabulary: Follow Directions, Pay Attention, Get Along
 

Lesson 9 – Group Project

  • Feedback: Wonderful effort in understanding group projects and science-related vocabulary. Continue practicing possessive adjectives and the present progressive tense.
  • Vocabulary: Do Homework, Do an Assignment, Work on a Project, Take a Test, Quiz
 

Lesson 10 – Graduation

  • Feedback: Fantastic job learning about graduation-related vocabulary and understanding the story elements. Keep practicing giving speeches and the present progressive tense.
  • Vocabulary: Diploma, Cap, Gown, Certificate, Podium