Below are lesson plans and resources for:
- Beginner ABC
- Learning numbers
- Calendar and Writing the Date
Learn the alphabet with familiar images and words beginning with each letter. This tool also includes a segment for writing and tracing each letter.
There are four sections to download to complete this lesson on the alphabet:
This is a vocabulary and reading activity that helps the student learn the sounds of each letter of the alphabet. There are 8 worksheets in this activity for 8 different word families. The purpose of this activity is to learn the sounds of letters within different words in the beginning, middle, and end of the word.
Students can practice recognizing the letters by flipping through these flashcards of the alphabet. There are two options:
These flashcards include an image and one word to recognize the use of the letter of the alphabet.
These flashcards include an image as well as both the word for the image and a word describing the image beginning with the letter of the alphabet.
Calendar and Writing the Date
Teach students how to use a calendar by giving them their own at the beginning of each month. When they are first learning, provide them with the calendar that includes the days of the week and an explanation to write the month and year, you may choose to write in the month, year, or days for the month for them. As they progress, try giving them the completely blank calendar to write the days, month, and year on their own.
This worksheet includes vocabulary for common kitchen ware items. The pictures are colorful, and this is a good homework assignment for beginner students that can either accomplish tasks at home or have someone to participate in learning with where and the lesson can take place in their own kitchen settings.
There are 3 blank dictionaries in this document for students to choose which method of defining words works best for their learning style and reading level. The first is the basic Word-Definition-Example. The second allows the student to draw the word, write the word, and define the word. The third is for reading, with a section to write the use of the word in the text as well as define it.
The objective of this lesson is to learn introduction, personal, and health greetings & appropriate responses with reading, writing, speaking and repetition.
This is an intermediate lesson that can be simplified and used as a beginner lesson. Instead of the students carrying out the lesson independently in pairs, the instructor will read the cards with the students, having the students repeat the phrases as well as write the phrases on the back of the conversation cards.
These two packets focus on two themes: an adult going to school to achieve their GED + an adult registering their child to attend school in America.
Both packets include a reading segment, writing practice, vocabulary application, and grammar usage of verbs in the irregular and regular tense.