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Picture Card List Tiny Talk 1A 1 Benny 2 Sue 3° Miss Dolly 4 teacher 5 girl 6 boy 7 book 8 crayon 9 puppet 10 Up! 1 Down! 12. Turn around! 96 /Tiny Tek Teacher's Book 1 Tiny Talk 1B 38. raining 39° sunny 40 snowing 41 wet 42 hot 43 cold 44 chicken 45 soup 46 noodles 47 pillow 48 blonket 49 bear 50 red light 51 green light 52 police officer 53. former BY doctor 55 candy 56 chips 87 icecream 58° swing 59 slide 600 run 61 doddy 62 mommy 63. brother 64 sister 65 fish 66 rice 67 meat 68 bread 69 soop 70 shampoo 71 towel : 72 moon 73 stars TH sky Pict Card List Student Book 1A — Scope And Sequence UNIT THEME DIALOGUE PRACTICE PATTERN VOCABULARY 1 Hello Hello! I'm (Benny). Hello, (Benny). Benny, Sue Hil 2 Good Morning My name's Sue. My name's (Sue). Benny, Sue, Miss Dolly Good morning, Sue. Good morning, (Sue). 3° GirlsAnd Boys Howore you? I'm a (teacher). teacher, gitl, boy Fine, thank you. 4 In The Classroom A book. A (book). book, crayon, puppet ‘Thank you. Thonk you. You'rewelcome. You're welcome, 5 Morning Exercises Up! Down! (Up) up, down, turn around, jump Ouch! I'm sorry. 6 Numbers Count! How many? 1,2,3,4,5 1,2,3,4, 5. (0). Toon count. 7 Snack Time ‘Snack time! (Cookies), please. cookies, juice, apples, pudding Cookies, please. Here you are. Here you are. 8 Colors Pink. ke (pink). pink, yellow, blue, red, green, like pink. Me too! purple Me, too! 9 Ready To Go Good-bye! (Clean up)! clean up, stand up, line up, Bye! march ‘See you tomorrow! 10 On The Bus Look! It's oor. It's (cor). car, bus, truck, motorcycle It's blue, It's (blue). Sit down! Student Book 1B — Scope And Sequence UNIT THEME DIALOGUE PRACTICE PATTERN VOCABULARY 1 Weather Hurry up! It's (raining). raining, sunny, snowing, Itsroining I'm (wet). wet, hot, cold T'mwet, 2 Lunchtime I'm hungry. T'm hungry. chicken, soup, noodles Have some chicken, Have some (chicken), Mmm, It's good, 3 Nop Time Thot's my pillow. That's my (pillow). pillow, blanket, bear Nol It’s my pillow. No! It's my (pillow). Shh! Be quiet! 4 In Town Red light. Stop! She's a (police officer). police officer, farmer, doctor Green light. Go! He's a (farmer), She's ¢ police officer. 5 Shopping T want candy. T went (candy). candy, chips, ice cream No, Benny. Not No. Not today. today. 6 Play Time Play with me Play with me. swing, slide, run OK. Let's swing. OK. Let's (swing). 7 AtHome Hey! Daddy's home. He's my (daddy). daddy, mommy, brother, sister I’m home. ‘She's my (mommy), He's my daddy. 8 Dinnertime Diner's ready! like (fish). fish, rice, meat, bread ‘Yum 1 like fish 1 don't like (fish) Yuck! I don’t lke fish. 9 Bath Time Where's the soap? Where's the (soap)? soop, shampoo, towel Here itis, Here iti. 10 Bedtime Look at the moon! Look at the (moon)! moon, stars, sky Good night, Mommy. Good night Introduction COURSE DESCRIPTION Tiny Talks a three-level course designed for preschool nd kindergarten children. The goal of this series isto help young children build strong listening and specking skils in English by having them interact with warm, lovable choracters in everyday reat-ife situations. ‘The three levels are each divided into A and B sections. Each section includes a Student Book, © Workbook, Picture Cards, Wall Chorts, and a cassette, The Teacher's Book that accompanies each level combines instructions for both the A and the B sections. Puppets of the series four main Characters are also available. By coordinating the use of ail these components, the teacher con enable students 10 understand and practice a wide variety of basic English patterns. Student Book Each Student Book contains ten units and two review units. Each regular unit is four pages long and is divided into two ports. Part | is a two-page storybook scene featuring the ‘main characters in a situation pertinent to young learners. Patterns, structures, and conversational language are introduced through beautiful ilustrations with a special ‘appeal for young students, Part 2 focuses on individual vocabulary items and a simple proctice pattern using these items. A sticker octivily concludes each ofthe ten units, Workbook The Workbook provides 0 variely of fun activities that reinforce the language taught in the Student Book. Designed especially with the young leaner in mind, the ‘Workbook may be used in the classroom and/or at home. Puppets ‘The puppets ore plush replicas of the series’ four main characters — Benny and Sue (the toy bears), and Mike and Julie (the young children), The Teacher's Book clearly ‘explains how to use the puppets and make them a fun ond integral part of each lesson plan. Picture Cards ‘The Picture Cards are 7" by 10" in size (18 om by 25 or) ‘ond are full-color replicas of the vocabulary items presented in the Student Book. The Teacher's Book provides many suggestions for using these cards in a wide Voriety of crils ond activities. ‘Wall Charts ‘The Wall Charts are enlargements of the Student Book ages. They are especially helpful for presentation and basic practice activities. Their use is explained in the Teacher's Book. 4 Tiny Tak Taoches Book 1 Cassette: The cassette contains all the dialogues, vocabulary items, ‘proctice patterns, and songs by Carolyn Groham for the ten. ‘regular units, as well as listening practice for the two review units. Each song is presented in three forms: a model version, a sing-along version, and a music-only version. ‘Teacher's Book ‘The Teacher's Book offers step-by-step instructions for ‘teaching each unit. Each lesson plan contains detailed ‘suggestions for presenting new languoge, group and individual practice, reinforcement activities and games, ond how and when to use the other components. This book aiso includes a syllabus and a complete list of Picture Cards for this level. ‘Songbook The Tiny Talk Songbook features the words and music to ‘ll 60 songs written especially for this series by Carolyn Graham, ABC Workbook ‘The Tiny Talk ABC Workbook introduces the letters of the ‘iphabet and their basic sounds, and provides simple practice exercises for reading and writing these letters Both the Songbook and the ABC Workbook can be used separately or as supplements to the Tiny Talk course. PHILOSOPHY AND PRINCIPLES Tiny Talk helps young beginners learn basic communicative English skis. Students are eager to learn language that is booth interesting ond understandable to them. Material is thus presented through themes that young children experience i= their own daily ives. The language throughout the series is ‘age-appropriate and allows children to communicate ct their ‘own level of ability in a fun and relaxed clossroom ‘atmosphere. "New language is presented in context with the use of puppets: ‘ond the beautiful ful-color illustrations appearing in the ‘Student Books, on the Picture Cards, and on the Well Chots. Listening comprehension is developed by presenting and ‘modeling new language and by playing the cassette in ‘conjunction with the other components ‘Students ore given meaningful and memorable practice in using new languoge through communicative activities, ‘gomes, dialogue practice, ond songs — all of which ore ‘outlined in the Teacher's Book. TOUR OF A UNIT Port | of each Student Book unit consists of a two-page ‘storybook scene featuring the series characters in a daily situation similar to one a young child would experience. The ‘scene introduces speech patterns and some vocabulary in ‘conversational setting that is expanded in Port 2. It clso introduces useful phrases and expressions. ‘Far 2 consists of o two-page spread that introduces new "weocbulory related to the unit theme, The Pattern Practice "Panel, on the right-hand side of the spread, enables ‘Studenis to combine the vocabulary with appropriate ‘Sentence structures to produce short dialogues. At the ‘Botiom of the Pottern Practice panel is a dottedine outline ‘@Fasticker. Students are expected to find the matching ‘sicker on a sheet a the back of the Student Book, then ‘poe the sticker over the outline. By working withthe ‘SSckers, students get not only enjoyment but also a strong ‘Sense of achievement after completing each unit ‘Phe Workbook pages correspond directly with the Student ‘Sook pages. There are two pages of Workbook exercises x every mo Student Book pages. There are no active #=0<5ng or writing exercises in any of the Workbooks in this series. LESSON PLANNING ——ss COT ‘The Teacher's Books offer detailed plans for each lesson in ‘e-course, including the review lessons. Teachers are ‘=pcouroged to develop their own lesson plans, using the ‘Teacher's Books as a guide, 1o meet the special needs of ‘er students. It is important to plon many short octivities ‘SS the attention span of very young learners is considerably ‘Shorter than that of older children. \Very young students generally prefer the fomilcrty and recictobilty of several favorite activities, whereas students im the higher levels of the series prefer new and more ‘challenging activities, AAs students need to understand new languoge before ‘attempting to use it, listening comprehension activities ‘should always be conducted prior to speaking or driling octivities. USING THE TEACHER'S BOOK SS ELTEACHER'S BOOK This Teacher's Book covers both the A and B sections of Level One. Units are numbered | to 10 (and review units ‘re numbered | ond 2) in each section, Each unit is divided into Ports 1 ond 2. Opening och lesson begins with one or two quick activities