Module 3 Part 2 Student Reader: This Learning English with Laughter book is an ESL curriculum for INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS
This is a publication of "Learning English with Laughter's Teen-Adult Series". There are four Modules in this series. This Student Reader is part of a series of the three books, Student Reader, Workbook and Teacher's Guide that comprise Module 3 Part 2. It is for English second language beginners aged 13 years and older. It has 41 pages for 20 lessons of approximately 90 minutes each. This book introduces a vocabulary of 273 new words. Many of the exercises and activities will be incomplete if bought without the series - Student Reader, Workbook and Teacher's Guide. THE STUDENTS DO NOT WRITE IN THIS BOOK, CONSEQUENTLY IT CAN BE USED BY MORE THAN ONE CLASS. This allows schools that provide the books for their students to collect and re-issue them for the following semester. It also lets a student who has purchased this book, re-sell it to an incoming student. The availability of the Modules in two Parts allows schools, colleges and universities to provide books for half of each Module at a time. This allows flexibility in administering the program.
This Student Reader provides the introduction and explanation of all new grammar points as they are incrementally introduced.
The following Grammar concepts and types of activities are introduced in this Student Reader. They are then integrated and reinforced through large and small group oral activities, role-plays in the Workbook and Teacher's Guide.
- English vocabulary
- Listening, understanding and reading orally
- Small group question, answer and check answers activities
- Whole class activity - rooms in a house
- Small group activity - Identifying personal things
- Whole class brainstorming
- Telephone conversations - role-plays
- Party plans - Listening and reading
- Whole class activity - taking parts in a dialogue
- Small groups - saying "no" to an invitation
- Oral role-plays
- Barbados, A Caribbean Country
- Barbados Festivals - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Whole class discussion
- A Hurricane - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- The Car Robbery - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Whole class activity - Identifying the robbers
- Rosa's Bus Ride - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Word order of adjectives
- Martin Luther King - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Past perfect tense
- Speaking Out for Freedom - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Small group role-plays
- An American Hero - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- The Doctor
- Showing relationships
- Visiting the Doctor - small group role-play,
- The Passive
- Understanding a joke
- The Pharmacy in the Drug Store - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Small group questions, answer and check answers activity
- A Limerick
- A Debate
- The Doctor's Office - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Money and Fame - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- The Break-in - Listening, reading aloud and understanding
- Large group oral activity
- Solving a mystery
As each new idea is introduced it is mastered in a conversational environment. Grammar concepts are introduced incrementally and reinforced by providing extensive oral practice of each new concept before progressing to the next. Students appreciate the small group oral question and answer activities that allow them to check their answers, as they are able to practice these outside of class with a friend. The students do the written work in the Workbook. ALL ANSWERS, TESTS AND EXTRA ACTIVITIES IN THE TEACHER'S GUIDE CAN BE PHOTOCOPIED.
This book is the sixth Student Reader of a series that includes Workbooks and Teacher Guides. The conversational material provided stimulates laughter, creating an enjoyable and relaxed learning atmosphere. The online version is being used in more than 70 countries of the world.
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About the Author
In 1990 they left their Canadian careers and traveled to Czechoslovakia to teach and assist in establishing the first private language school in the country. During the following years the Stockers developed this series of textbooks. Frequent surveys were given to the students to assess the many components of their lessons. The results of the surveys were discussed with the students and only the most helpful content was retained.
This grassroots feedback obtained from our students has been positively confirmed by students and teachers in more than 70 countries around the world.
Since leaving the Czech Republic the Stockers have taught in Budapest, Hong Kong and Northern India. They make their home in Victoria, Canada.