# Introduction to ESL Teachers Guide: ADULT EDUCATION CENTER, by C. Ray Graham & Mark M. Walsh

By C. Ray Graham & Mark M. Walsh

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B. I don't know. Look on the shelf. A. Which shelf? B. Try the top one. A. It's not there. B. Check in the desk drawer. A. Here it is. Thanks. Practice 1 Commands, Listen and Do Stand up. Go over to the book stand. Look on the top shelf. Go over to the filing cabinet. Look in the bottom drawer. Go over to the desk. Check in the middle drawer. Go back to your seat. Sit down. 56 Practice 2 Vocabulary Expansion Look on the top shelf middle bottom Practice 3 Ordinal Numbers 1st FIRST 2nd SECOND 3rd THIRD 4th FOURTH 5th FIFTH 6th SIXTH 7th SEVENTH 8th EIGHTH 9th NINTH 10th TENTH Practice 4 Vocabulary Expansion Check in the Look Try top middle bottom first second third drawer.

Desk chair Practice 7 Game The teacher closes her eyes while the students hide various possessions, such as book, pencil, pen, notebook, watch, etc. The teacher opens her eyes and asks: T. Where's my __________? S. Look under the desk. T. It's not there. S. Try on the shelf. T. Which shelf? S. The __________ one. Practice 8 Vocabulary Expansion Where's my book? pencil? pen? folder? watch? Practice 9 Role Play A. Where's my book? B. I don't know. Look on the shelf. A. Which shelf? B. Try the top one.

Which shelf? B. Try the top one. A. It's not there. B. Check in the desk drawer. A. Here it is. Thanks. 58 Lesson 4 -- Teacher Training Module I (Continued) Teaching the Dialog Purpose By the time you finish this section of Module I you should be able to apply the techniques you have learned to the remaining dialogs in this manual. Preparation Steps 1 Follow examples in previous lessons. Step 4 Prepare ways of communicating meaning of additional vocabulary. If your classroom has shelves, a desk with drawers, a filing cabinet, and a chair, you will only need to bring a pencil, a pen, and a watch.