Oral Language

Discourse level skills (narrative language) and sentence level skills (grammar, sentence structure, etc)

With picture support, students are guided to use sequence and connecting words as well as academic language to generate a story, retell a story, or retell events in sequence. Other oral language activities will help students learn more about story grammar, parts of speech, and academic language.

1. Narrative Language & Discourse Level Skills

Draw an Apple Tree

Lesson 1 20 mins

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Wash Your Hands

Lesson 2 20 mins

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Big Baby Bird Bath

Lesson 3 60 mins

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Too Much Rice

Lesson 4 65 mins

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2. Descriptive Narrative: Text-Dependent Questions / Oral Language Practice

What Can Frogs Do?

Lesson 1 50 mins

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Animals on a Log

Lesson 2 60 mins

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Tim Looks for a Fox

Lesson 3 40 mins

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What Can Kits Do?

Lesson 4 60 mins

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3. Action Sequence: Text-Dependent Questions / Retell / Oral Language Practice

Animals in the Sea

Lesson 1 65 mins

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Polar Bears in the Arctic

Lesson 2 50 mins

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Sarita and the Big Baby Bird

Lesson 3 70 mins

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The Robot Frog

Lesson 4 75 mins

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Looking for the Cat in the Ghat

Lesson 5 80 mins

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4. Reactive Sequence: Text-Dependent Questions / Retell / Oral Language Practice

Nap on a Mat

Lesson 1 70 mins

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Tom Sees a Hog in a Fog

Lesson 2 60 mins

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Cubs in a Den

Lesson 3 80 mins

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Hop Rabbit, Jog Turtle

Lesson 4 70 mins

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Oh, Mud!

Lesson 5 70 mins

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Grandma’s Yellow Bananas

Lesson 6 80 mins

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