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Lesson Plans for Language Stage 4

Lesson plans are used to help teach each language objective. One or more books are available for most lessons 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

Simple sentences

Continue to speak in simple complete sentences

Add more words

Increase the number of words used meaningfully

Questions: wh words

Continue to use negatives in simple sentences

  • But Why?

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

  • How Many?

    The student will be able to ask meaningful questions with proper word order.

  • I Moustache You a Questions

    The person will be able to ask meaningful questions with proper word order.

  • When?

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

  • Sew What!

    The student will learn to use the question word ‘what’ to request information.

  • Who Am I?

    The student will learn to ask questions to gain information.

  • What is the Weather?

    The person will learn the skill of asking questions to request information about the weather.

  • Asking "WH" Questions at School

    Learn the skill of asking questions to request information at school.

  • Asking "WH" Questions

    Learn how to use pronoun-verb phrases in reverse order to ask questions.

Questions: verb + pronoun

Continue to use simple complete sentences to express requests

Irregular past tense verbs

Use common irregular past tense verbs to show action in the past

Linking verbs: is and are

Use linking verbs is and are correctly

  • Bears

    The person will learn how to use “ there is” and “there are” in simple sentences.

  • A Snowy Day

    The person will learn to use the linking verbs “is” and “are” in simple sentences.

  • Simple Linking Verbs "is" and "are"

    Learn how to use “is” and “are” in simple sentences

Adjectives

Use adjectives in simple sentences to describe things

  • Apples

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

  • 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 person will use adjectives in simple sentences to describe opposites.

  • Adjectives

    Using adjectives in phrases and simple sentences

Negative pronoun + verb phrases

Use negative pronoun + verb phrases