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Materials for the Young Adult 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

Beginner

  • Word Family - IP

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AP

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - UT

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - OT

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - OP

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - IT

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - IN

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - ID

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - ET

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - EST

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - ENT

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AW

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AT

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AS

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AR

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AN

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Word Family - AM

    Students will learn to decode and spell words based on common word families. They will apply what they learn about letters and letter combinations to decode and spell new words.

  • Look, Let's Go!

    The student will learn to speak phrases using look, get and go.

  • Not My Dog

    To encourage using 2-word phrases to express negatives and direct activities and to expand the person’s length of utterances.

  • Interjections

    The student will use interjections to initiate, maintain and terminate communicative interactions.

  • All About Me!

    The student will increase the number of words that they use meaningfully.

  • Making Requests

    The student will learn to speak single words to make requests.

  • Get That

    Learn to use the word “get” to produce two word phrases.

  • On and Off

    Learn to say the words “on” and “off” combined with other words.

  • Play

    Learn to use the word “play” to direct an activity.

  • Free No, No, Don’t Eat That!

    Learn to use two word phrases to express negatives.

  • Feel

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • I Feel

    Learn to increase the use of vocabulary in two word phrases.

  • Determiners with Milo

    Learn the use of determiners “this”, “that”, “these” and “those”.

  • I Do ....Not!

    Learn to use negative words.

  • I Do, I Don't

    Learn to say negative words.

  • Want

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Read

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Make

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Help

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Have

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Go

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • Get

    Learn to use two word phrases to direct an activity.

  • What They Do!

    using beginning core verbs to express negatives when directing the actions of others

  • Free What Do They Do

    The student will say beginning core verbs to indicate basic actions in a story.

  • More

    The student will say the word “more” to indicate that he/she wants more of something.

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!

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • My Friends & I

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Free Learning 'In' and 'On"

    Learn to use prepositions 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.

  • Feel

    Learn to use subject pronouns in sentences.

  • Adjectives

    Learn when and how to use adjectives in short phrases.

  • Sally and the Butterfly

    Learn to use irregular past tense verbs.

  • Plural Nouns

    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”

Advanced

  • Slang It!

    The student will learn to use slang to respond to everyday situations with peers.

  • Talk of the Town

    The student will use complex sentences in situations occurring in everyday life.

  • I Feel Happy When....
    • 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.
  • Planning a Party

    Learn to use verbs ending in s to agree with third person subjects in sentences while learning about the Food Pyramid.

  • Definitely Dumb Jokes

    Learn to use indefinite pronouns.

  • The Scavenger Hunt

    Learn to use the articles “a” and “the”.

  • Contractions

    Learn to use contractions.

  • Max and Sally Get Ready to Go

    Learn to correctly use possessive nouns.

  • Then and Now

    Learn to use “I was” and “I am” to describe past and present states.

  • Free Lola the Lion

    Learn to use past tense regular verbs ending in “ed”.

  • Going To

    Learn to express future tense verbs.