ESOL Writing Level 1 Unit 1

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Please take out your Homework Part 1 : 

Please take out your Homework Part 1

Unit 1: Understanding Sentence Basics : 

Unit 1: Understanding Sentence Basics ESOL Writing Level 1 Ms. Shoup

Unit Objectives : 

Unit Objectives To learn how to write a correct simple sentence Grammar and Sentence Structure: subjects, verbs, and objects; the verb be Sentence Development: simple sentences

Slide 4: 

Are you ready for class? How do you know?

Homework: Work you do at HOME! (NOT during class!) : 

Homework: Work you do at HOME! (NOT during class!) Unit 1 Notes: Part 1 due 9/2 Part 2 due 9/7 Part 3 due 9/9 Practice 1 Unit 1 (due the day of the test) – page 233-4 Other homework may be given during class. Please write all homework assignments down in your notebook or calendar.

Let’s Look at Part 2 Homework! : 

Let’s Look at Part 2 Homework! place thing capital nouns not Any questions?

Writing Warm-Up #1 : 

Writing Warm-Up #1 Write for 10 minutes. Don’t stop. Topic: My Favorite Food

Slide 8: 

Part one of your writing textbook Part two of your writing textbook

What is a sentence? : 

What is a sentence? A sentence is a group of words that expresses a complete thought. The words in a sentence are in a special order. Let’s look at some examples on page 1 of your textbook.

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

is not / very big / My family / . : 

is not / very big / My family / . My family is not very big.

I / two parents / have / . : 

I / two parents / have / . I have two parents.

His name / Andy / is / . : 

His name / Andy / is / . His name is Andy.

very much / I / my family / love / . : 

very much / I / my family / love / . I love my family very much.

Open your books to page 2. : 

Open your books to page 2. Activity 1  Words into Sentences Use CAPITAL letters and periods (.)

Let’s Check… : 

Let’s Check… My family is not very big. There are only four people. I have two parents. My father’s name is Jose. My mother’s name is Karina. I have one brother. His name is Andy. I love my family very much.

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

Ms. Shoup’s Family : 

Ms. Shoup’s Family My family is small. I have two parents. I don’t have any brothers or sisters. I’m an only child. My father’s name is David. My mother’s name is Cynthia. My parents live in Houston. I love my parents very much.

Interview your partner… : 

Interview your partner… Questions Is your family big or small? How many brothers do you have? How many sisters do you have? What is your father’s name? What is your mother’s name? Where does your family live? Answers My family is _____. I have ____ brothers. I have ____ sisters. My father’s name is ____. My mother’s name is ____. My family lives in ____.

Open your books to page 3. : 

Open your books to page 3. Write 5 – 8 sentences about YOUR family. For example: My family is small. I have two parents. I don’t have any brothers or sisters. I’m an only child. My father’s name is David. My mother’s name is Cynthia. My parents live in Houston. I love my parents very much.

Stand up with your book. : 

Stand up with your book. Find a new partner. Read your 5-8 sentences to your partner. Stay standing next to your new partner when you finish.

Go back to your seat. : 

Go back to your seat.

What’s the difference? : 

What’s the difference? lowercase letters UPPERCASE LETTERS (CAPITALS)

What are these? : 

What are these? . PUNCTUATION exclamation point question mark period

Sentences: The Basics : 

Sentences: The Basics All sentences begin with a CAPITAL letter. All sentences end with punctuation: Period (.) Question mark (?) Exclamation point (!)

Look at the next few sentences with your partner. : 

Look at the next few sentences with your partner. What’s wrong???

What’s wrong??? : 

What’s wrong??? the boxes on the table are heavy where do you live Brazil is a large country do you like coffee with sugar T . W ? . D ?

What are they doing? : 

What are they doing?

spaghetti / most kids / like : 

spaghetti / most kids / like Most kids like spaghetti.

tomato sauce / on their spaghetti / some kids / put : 

tomato sauce / on their spaghetti / some kids / put Some kids put tomato sauce on their spaghetti.

Open your books to page 5. : 

Open your books to page 5. Unscramble the sentences. Use CAPITAL letters at the beginning of each of your sentences. Use periods (.) at the end of each of your sentences.

Let’s Check… : 

Let’s Check… Most kids like spaghetti. They enjoy the taste of spaghetti. They love the smell of spaghetti. Some kids put tomato sauce on their spaghetti. Other kids like cheese on their spaghetti. Spaghetti is very popular with most kids.

Change spaghetti to ice cream.You may have to change other words too! : 

Change spaghetti to ice cream.You may have to change other words too! Spaghetti Most kids like spaghetti. They enjoy the taste of spaghetti. They love the smell of spaghetti. Some kids put tomato sauce on their spaghetti. Other kids like cheese on their spaghetti. Spaghetti is very popular with most kids. Ice cream Most kids like ice cream. They enjoy the taste of ice cream. They love the smell of ice cream. Some kids put chocolate sauce on their ice cream. Other kids like caramel on their ice cream. Ice cream is very popular with most kids.

Editing practice: page 6 : 

Editing practice: page 6 CAPITALS periods (.)

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check My cousin Albert has an interesting job. Albert is a taxi driver. He is a good taxi driver. Albert works for a large taxi company. The name of the taxi company is Lightning Taxi Service. Albert drives a taxi six days a week. He meets fascinating people from many different places. Albert really loves his work.

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

Do you remember? : 

Do you remember? When do we use CAPITAL letters?

Let’s Review Capital Letters : 

Let’s Review Capital Letters Proper nouns John, Chicago, World War I Days of the week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Months January, February, March Languages English, Spanish, French Countries India, Thailand, Venezuela

Unscramble : 

Unscramble put in the correct order capitalize punctuate with a question mark (?)

what / the capital / of brazil / is : 

what / the capital / of brazil / is What is the capital of Brazil?

what country / the nile river in / is : 

what country / the nile river in / is What country is the Nile River in?

what / the biggest province / is / in canada : 

what / the biggest province / is / in canada What is the biggest province in Canada?

Open your books to page 8. : 

Open your books to page 8. Unscramble the questions. Capitalize. Punctuate with question marks. (?) Just do the questions. Don’t do the answers yet.

Let’s Check… : 

Let’s Check… What is the capital of Brazil? What city is the White House in? What country is the Nile River in? What city is the Eiffel Tower in? What is the biggest city in Mexico? Where are the Andes Mountains? What is the capital of Saudi Arabia? What is the biggest province in Canada?

What is the capital of Brazil? : 

What is the capital of Brazil? The capital of Brazil is Brasilia.

Now, answer the questions in complete sentences. : 

Now, answer the questions in complete sentences. Discuss with your group. Capitalize! Punctuate! (.)

Let’s Check… : 

Let’s Check… The capital of Brazil is Brasilia. The White House is in Washington D.C. The Nile River is in Egypt. The Eiffel Tower is in Paris. The biggest city in Mexico is Mexico City. The Andes Mountains are in South America. The capital of Saudi Arabia is Riyadh. The biggest province in Canada is Quebec.

Please take out your Homework Part 2 : 

Please take out your Homework Part 2

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

What are these called? : 

What are these called? at on in Prepositions!

Let’s Review Prepositions : 

Let’s Review Prepositions smaller bigger

at on in : 

at on in ______ Houston ______ the U.S. ______ Lone Star College – Cyfair ______ 9191 Barker Cypress Road ______ Cypress ______ Texas ______ Barker Cypress Road ______ the Middle East in in at at in in on in

Open your books to page 10. : 

Open your books to page 10. Choose the correct preposition: at on in

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check in in at on on on at on at in

Exclamation Points!!!!! : 

Exclamation Points!!!!! show emphasis or emotion not often used surprise or strong emotion I can’t believe I won the lottery!

P. 11: End Punctuation : 

P. 11: End Punctuation Statement  S (.) Question  Q (?) Exclamation  E (!)

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check Q ? S . S . S . S . S . Q ? S . S . E !

Close your books. : 

Close your books. Interview your partner. Answer in complete sentences. Use the clues.

name? : 

name? Q: What is your name? A: My name is _____.

from? : 

from? Q: Where are you from? A: I’m from _____.

live? : 

live? Q: Where do you live? A: I live at ____.

people in your family? : 

people in your family? Q: How many people are in your family? A: There are _____ people in my family.

car? : 

car? Q: Do you have a car? A: Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

food like? : 

food like? Q: What food do you like to eat? A: I like to eat ___.

favorite place to visit? : 

favorite place to visit? Q: What is your favorite place to visit? A: My favorite place to visit is ____.

favorite movie? : 

favorite movie? Q: What is your favorite movie? A: My favorite movie is ____.

Homework: page 12 : 

Homework: page 12 Write complete questions. Write complete answers with your information. I will give you the answers on Thursday!

Activity 10: Editing Scrambled Sentences (page 13) : 

Activity 10: Editing Scrambled Sentences (page 13) Unscramble (put in the correct order) Capitalize (ABCD) Punctuate (. ! ?) For example: costa rica / where / is Where is Costa Rica?

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check Where is Costa Rica? Costa Rica is a small country in Central America. It is between Panama and Nicaragua. This country is between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. The population of Costa Rica is approximately four million. Many tourists go there.

Let’s Check (cont.) : 

Let’s Check (cont.) They see wild animals in the jungle. It is the most beautiful country in the world./! I want to visit this beautiful country. Do you want to visit Costa Rica?

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

Interview Your Partner : 

Interview Your Partner Talk about a country you want to visit. Make complete sentence answers.

Q: What country do you want to visit?A: I want to visit _____. : 

Q: What country do you want to visit?A: I want to visit _____.

Q: Why do you want to visit this country?A: I want to visit ___ because ____. : 

Q: Why do you want to visit this country?A: I want to visit ___ because ____.

Q: Where is the country located?A: ___ is located ____. : 

Q: Where is the country located?A: ___ is located ____.

Q: How big is the country?A: There are ___ people in ____. : 

Q: How big is the country?A: There are ___ people in ____.

Q: What is the capital of this country?A: The capital of ___ is ____. : 

Q: What is the capital of this country?A: The capital of ___ is ____.

Q: What is one famous monument or important place in this country?A: One important place in ___ is ____. : 

Q: What is one famous monument or important place in this country?A: One important place in ___ is ____.

Q: Briefly describe this important place.A: ____ is ____ and _____. : 

Q: Briefly describe this important place.A: ____ is ____ and _____.

Q: What do you know about the food in this country?A: The food in ____ is ____. : 

Q: What do you know about the food in this country?A: The food in ____ is ____.

Homework : 

Homework Page 14 Write complete sentence answers to all of the questions. You can write 1-2 sentences for some answers. I will give you the answers on Thursday!

Parts of a Sentence??? : 

Parts of a Sentence??? Ms. Shoup teaches. Ms. Shoup teaches students. Ms. Shoup likes pasta. Ms. Shoup swims.

Subjects and Objects : 

Subjects and Objects Nouns Person: Bill Clinton Place: Washington, D.C. Thing: table

Verbs : 

Verbs Action words: walk talk like watch listen speak eat cry

Simple Sentences : 

Simple Sentences S + V S + V + O Ms. Shoup teaches. Ms. Shoup teaches students. Subject Subject Verb Verb Object

S? V? O? : 

S? V? O? Jeff plays the piano. Marina enjoys soccer. Mark plays after school. Joann goes to school. Maria cooks pizza every day. board work

Independent Review: Activity 12 : 

Independent Review: Activity 12 page 18 Underline the SUBJECT Circle the VERB

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check The ingredients are simple and cheap. Two ingredients are tuna fish and mayonnaise. I also use onions, salt, and pepper. First, I cut up the onion. Then I add the tuna fish and the mayonnaise. Finally, I add some salt and a lot of pepper. Without a doubt, tuna salad is my favorite food!

Sentence Fragments : 

Sentence Fragments something from the sentence is missing: subject verb object (some verbs HAVE to have an object) complete idea

What’s missing? : 

What’s missing? John my brother. Works at Lone Star College. John has. Has lots of friends. board work

Independent Review: Activity 13 : 

Independent Review: Activity 13 Page 18 S = Sentence F = Fragment Q = Question

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check S F F Q F F S S S S

Be-Verb : 

Be-Verb

Be-Verb: Negative : 

Be-Verb: Negative

There is / There are : 

There is / There are There is a sandwich a dog money There are two sandwiches some dogs five people

Close your books. : 

Close your books. Look at each sentence. Tell your partner: the subject the verb

There are five books on the desk. : 

There are five books on the desk. Subject = Verb = books are

The two large books are textbooks. : 

The two large books are textbooks. Subject = Verb = The two large books are

It is blue. : 

It is blue. Subject = Verb = It is

The other two books are smaller. : 

The other two books are smaller. Subject = Verb = The other two books are

Now open your books to page 20. : 

Now open your books to page 20. Activity 14 Underline the subject Circle the verb

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check The two large books are textbooks. The grammar book is green. The composition book is next to the grammar book. It is blue. The other two books are smaller. They are workbooks. The textbooks are easy, but the workbooks are difficult.

Activity 15: Parts of a Sentence : 

Activity 15: Parts of a Sentence 2. textbooks 3. green 4. next to the grammar book 5. blue 6. smaller 7. workbooks 8. easy 9. difficult describes a noun a person place or thing a place phrase that starts with a preposition

be : 

be There ___________ seven colors in a rainbow. Only one student ____________ from China. The land areas ___________ various colors. are is are

Activity 16: Sentence Completion : 

Activity 16: Sentence Completion is are page 21

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check are / are / is are / are / are are / are / is is / is / is is / are / are

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

Ms. Shoup’s Family : 

Ms. Shoup’s Family There are three people in my family. There is one father. There is one mother. There are no brothers or sisters. Now tell your partner about YOUR family. Use There is and There are.

What is Hummus? : 

What is Hummus? Have you ever had it? Do you like it? Do you know how to make it?

Open your books to page 23. : 

Open your books to page 23. Read “Making Hummus.” Label the underlined words. S = Subject V = Verb ADJ = Adjective For example: Ms. Shoup is happy. S V ADJ

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check Hummus = S simple = ADJ cheap = ADJ Two ingredients = S I = S wash = V mash = V add = V mix in = V It = S

What is a Paragraph? : 

What is a Paragraph? A paragraph = a group of sentences that tell about one topic or idea. There is a special format. There is a topic sentence (main idea).

“A Great Place to Work” : 

“A Great Place to Work” page 24 Get a Subject (top line) and a Verb (bottom line) from the box for each sentence. You CAN use words more than once. __________________ at Anderson Supermarket. Caroline works Note: #7 already has a verb. You only need to add the subject.

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check She works / She is she attends she wakes up She starts She works Her lunch break She enjoys / She likes She likes Anderson Supermarket is

Close your books. : 

Close your books.

Paragraph Titles : 

Paragraph Titles very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end What’s wrong with these titles? What rule are they breaking?

Today Was the Best day of My Life : 

Today Was the Best day of My Life very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end

THE COMBUSTION ENGINE : 

THE COMBUSTION ENGINE very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end

A Handbook For International Students In Canada : 

A Handbook For International Students In Canada very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end

The Early Search for Gold in California. : 

The Early Search for Gold in California. very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end

My Paragraph : 

My Paragraph very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end

How to Make a Phone Call to Another Country Without Spending a Lot of Money : 

How to Make a Phone Call to Another Country Without Spending a Lot of Money very short not a complete sentence catches the reader’s interest follows capitalization rules NO period at the end

Independent Review : 

Independent Review page 25 Which rule(s) does each title break. Use the “Writer’s Note” (pages 24 – 25)

What’s wrong with these sentences? : 

What’s wrong with these sentences? Look for: missing subject missing verb punctuation errors capitalization errors Some sentences are correct!

Mexico not near Great Britain. : 

Mexico not near Great Britain. Fragment  missing verb How can you correct it? Mexico is not near Great Britain.

The Statue of Liberty is in new york. : 

The Statue of Liberty is in new york. Capitalization How would you correct it? The Statue of Liberty is in New York.

A popular city in Florida is Miami? : 

A popular city in Florida is Miami? Punctuation How would you correct it? A popular city in Florida is Miami.

HW: Activity 21 (page 26 – 27) : 

HW: Activity 21 (page 26 – 27) Find the mistakes (or some are correct). Rewrite the sentence. I will put the answers on the class website.

What do you know about Tuscany? : 

What do you know about Tuscany? Where is it? What is it like?

Partner Work: Activity 22 : 

Partner Work: Activity 22 Editing: Grammar and Sentence Review Page 27 10 mistakes total (9 more): 5 missing verbs 2 missing subjects 2 capitalization 1 punctuation

Let’s Check : 

Let’s Check Tuscany is a beautiful region in Italy. It is famous for cities such as Florence, Siena, and Pisa. The Appenine Hills are in Tuscany. Tuscany is also famous for the production of beautiful ceramics. For example, bowls, vases, and oil jars are very popular with tourists.

Let’s Check (cont.) : 

Let’s Check (cont.) Tuscany has so many interesting places to see. Assissi and Siena are two beautiful cities that many people love to visit. It is a wonderful place to visit!

Activity 26: Original Writing PracticePages 30-31 : 

Activity 26: Original Writing PracticePages 30-31 Step 1  Choose your topic (practice 1, 2, OR 3) Step 2  Answer the questions in COMPLETE SENTENCES. Use at least 3 vocabulary words from pages 28-29. Step 3  Write your paragraph on a new sheet of paper.

Let’s Review: Editing : 

Let’s Review: Editing Self-Editing Peer Editing for the Writer Peer Editing for the Reader Editor: Checks grammar and punctuation Checks that it is clear and easy to understand Self-Editing: When you check YOUR OWN writing for mistakes Peer = your classmate Your peers will read and check your writing to help you make your writing better. Remember to: BE NICE BE SPECIFIC

Let’s Practice Editing : 

Let’s Practice Editing Look at the Peer Editing Sheet 1 Edit your partner’s paper.

Homework: Vocabulary Activities : 

Homework: Vocabulary Activities Pages 28 – 29 Activity 23: Word Associations Activity 24: Using Collocations Activity 25: Parts of Speech I will put the answers on the class website.

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