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Materials for the Intermediate Language Concepts Theme

One or more books are available for teaching each goal and can be printed or saved on a PC or tablet. Smart Charts provide Unity icons for each lesson to assist with modeling target words. Print the Smart Charts and post them for everyone on the team.

Free Samples

Intermediate

  • Writing Genre - Poetry

    This lesson will focus on the poetry writing genre. The lesson includes a variety of tools to help your student explore writing with their device . We encourage that you also read any of the mentor texts to illustrate examples of each genre. It is also fun to have your student read their work after they write. Celebrate all attempts. Most importantly, HAVE FUN and keep talking!

  • Writing Genre - Persuasive

    This lesson will focus on the persuasive writing genre. The lesson includes a variety of tools to help your student explore writing with their device . We encourage that you also read any of the mentor texts to illustrate examples of each genre. It is also fun to have your student read their work after they write. Celebrate all attempts. Most importantly, HAVE FUN and keep talking!

  • Writing Genre - Informational Writing

    This lesson will focus on the informational writing genre. The lesson includes a variety of tools to help your student explore writing with their device . We encourage that you also read any of the mentor texts to illustrate examples of each genre. It is also fun to have your student read their work after they write. Celebrate all attempts. Most importantly, HAVE FUN and keep talking!

  • Writing Genre - Descriptive

    This lesson will focus on the descriptive writing genre. The lesson will include a variety of tools to help your student explore writing with their device . We encourage that you also read any of the mentor texts to illustrate examples of each genre. It is also fun to have your student read their work after they write. Celebrate all attempts. Most importantly, HAVE FUN and keep talking!

  • Writing Genre - Narrative

    This lesson will focus on the narrative writing genre. The lesson includes loads for fun activities based on the narrative genre. Included are a variety of tools to help your student explore writing with their device . We encourage that you also read any of the mentor texts to illustrate examples of the genre. It is also fun to have your student read their works after they write them. Celebrate all attempts. Most importantly, HAVE FUN and keep talking

  • Writing Genre - Fact & Opinion

    This lesson will focus on a writing genres. The lesson will include a variety of tools to help your student explore writing with their device . We encourage that you also read any of the mentor texts to illustrate examples of each genre. It is also fun to have your student read their work after they write. Celebrate all attempts. Most importantly, HAVE FUN and keep talking!

  • Irregular Plurals with Paul

    The student will learn how to express the concept of more than one thing by making nouns plural.

  • But Why?

    The student will learn the skill of asking questions to request information using the word ‘why’.

  • How Many?

    The student will learn the skill of asking questions to request information.

  • I Moustache You a Question

    The student will learn to ask questions to gain information using the word, ‘where’. – This information was shared by Carrie Clark at Speech and Language Kids

  • When?

    The student will learn the skill of asking questions to request information. This information was shared by Carrie Clark at Speech and Language Kids

  • Sew What!

    The student will learn to use the question word ‘what’ to request information.This information was shared by Carrie Clark at Speech and Language Kids

  • Who Am I?

    The student will ask questions using the word “who”.

  • Animals Do More

    The student will correctly use infinitive complements to show requests and preferences in spontaneous speech.

  • Plant Parts

    The student will increase the number of words used meaningfully.

  • What is the Weather?

    The student will learn the skill of asking questions to request information, to elicit a response from a communication partner, and to have communicative exchange.

  • Apples

    The person will use adjectives (describing words) in phrases to tell about something or someone.

  • Don't Throw the Baby

    The student will learn to use negatives in simple sentences.

  • Nearly, Dearly, Insincerely

    The student will be able to use adverbs in phrases to describe when, how, where, how often or how much.

  • A Fink, A Mink, A Skating Rink

    The student will increase the number of nouns they use in sentences.

  • I and You and Don’t Forget Who

    : The student will say simple phrases that contain a pronoun and a verb to express declarative statements.

  • Under, Over, By the Clover

    The student will be able to use prepositions to describe position.

  • Quirky, Jerky, Extra Perky

    Students will learn all about the use of adjectives as seen in the wonderful book, “Quirky, Jerky, Extra Perky”, by Brian Cleary. Information on how to purchase the book is included in this lesson plan.

  • Opposites

    The student will use adjectives appropriately in simple sentences to describe opposites.

  • Adventure Series

    The student will use prepositions following present progressive verbs in sentences.

  • I Can! I Can't!
    • The student will use word combinations and simple sentences including can and an action word.
    • The student will use word combinations and simple sentences including can’t and an action word.
  • Come Intermediate

    The student will speak a simple sentence to direct another person’s actions.

  • Bears
    • The student will learn how to use “ there is” and “there are” in simple sentences.
  • Core Word Concentration - Int

    The student will practice using core vocabulary in simple verb phrases while playing this game of memory.

  • Read a Book
    • The student will use “to” + a verb to state requests and preferences.
  • A Snowy Day
    • The student will use the linking verbs “is” and “are” correctly in a sentence.
    • The student will correctly identify items of winter clothing.
  • It is Christmas Time

    The student will speak phrases that include “-ing” verbs to express continuing action in the present.

  • Pattern Hunt
    • The student will learn about different pattern types and then apply their knowledge with a variety of activities.
    • The student will use a variety of attribute vocabulary including colors, sizes and money to describe patterns.
  • 3D Shapes
    • The student will be able to identify 3 dimensional shapes by name.
    • The student will use the linking verbs “is” and “are” correctly in a sentence.
  • Counting Pumpkins
    • The student will identify the numbers 1 - 10
    • The student will count from 1 to 10
    • The student will speak in simple sentences
  • Counting Animals with -ing Verbs
    • The student will count from 1-10
    • The student will speak phrases that include –ing verbs.
    • The student will increase their usage of the target –ing verb forms.
  • I Feel Happy Intermediate
    • The student will be able to show they know the meaning of feeling words.
    • The student will be able to say a simple sentence telling how they feel.
    • The student will be able to say a simple sentence identifying the feelings of others.
  • Go Fish - Adjectives
    • The student will learn adjectives and turntaking with this fun Go Fish Game.
  • My Friends & I

    The student will learn to use negative pronoun-verb phrases.

  • Preposition Bingo

    Play this Bingo game to help your student increase the number of words they use meaningfully.

  • The Food Pyramid

    Learn about to use simple, complete sentences while talking about the Food Pyramid.

  • Conversation Flashcards Intermediate

    Use these flashcards to to model and practice different reasons to communicate in order to expand functions of communication beyond basic requesting.

  • First Day of School: Questions

    The student will be able to ask meaningful questions with proper word order, answer questions about their school, and use words from the target vocabulary list to ask questions.

  • Max, Bo and Sally Are Friends

    Learn to use the linking verbs “is” and “are” with “ing” verbs.

  • Free Bo, Max and Sally Like to Eat

    Learn to use “to+verb” to state requests and preferences.

  • Can I? Yes, You Can

    Learn to ask meaningful questions using the proper word order.

  • Can I?

    Learn to ask meaningful questions with the proper word order.

  • 'WH' Questions at School

    Learn to ask meaningful questions.

  • Where are Bo, Max and Sally?

    Learn to ask simple “wh” questions.

  • Max, Bo and Sally Find a Grasshopper

    Learn to ask simple “wh” questions.

  • Asking 'WH' Questions- Three Dogs

    Learn to ask simple “wh” questions.

  • Prepositions- Three Dogs

    Learn to use prepositions to show position.

  • Bo and the Ants

    Learn to use prepositions in sentences.

  • Free Learning 'In' and 'On"

    Learn to use prepositions in sentences.

  • Pronouns Around Town

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Play

    Learn to use simple pronoun verb phrases

  • Going on Vacation

    Learn to use prepositions in sentences.

  • Going on a Camping Trip

    Learn to use prepositions in sentences.

  • Learning to Cook

    Learn to use “ing” verbs to say simple phrases.

  • Eat

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Feel

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Adjectives- Three Dogs

    Learn when and how to use adjectives in short phrases.

  • Adjectives

    Learn when and how to use adjectives in short phrases.

  • Sally and the Butterfly

    Learn to use irregular past tense verbs.

  • Mom Can I Keep It?

    Learn to use negative pronoun-verb phrases.

  • Lola Learning

    Learn to use “ing” verbs with simple phrases.

  • Plural Nouns

    Learn to use plural nouns.

  • Max and the Grasshopper

    Learn to use plural nouns.

  • What Are They Doing'?

    Learn to use the linking verbs “is” and “are” with “ing” verbs.

  • What Can I Do?

    Learn to say simple declarative phrases using pronouns and verbs.

  • Want

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Stop

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Milo In Action

    Learn to use “to+verb” to state requests and preferences.

  • Make

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Help

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Have

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Go

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences

  • Get

    Learning to use subject pronouns with the word “get”.

  • Drink

    Learning to use subject pronouns with the word “drink”

  • Read

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.