By the time students get to My English Book and Me 5 and 6, they are strong readers and writers. In these texts, students can read and write full questions and answers. And learn a lot of vocabulary and grammar.
We use MEB5 with elementary students who have finished MEB3 and 4. We ALSO use it with NEW Jr High School students. If students BEGIN with us from Jr High School, we find MEB5 a perfect text for them.
My English Book and Me 4 Classbook and Homebook are phonics books where children learn to read and write 3 letter (and longer) phonetic words and simple questions and answers.
We begin it with elementary students who have finished My English Book and Me 3.
Like all our elementary lessons (My English Book and Me 3, 4, 5, 6), students do 40 minutes of activities in 3s or pairs (read ’n match, flip n’ read, question cards, flashcards….). Each game has many levels. Each level is slightly
My English Book and Me 3 Classbook and Homebook are ABC phonics texts. Children will learn many new words as they learn their phonics. There is constant review and re-enforcement with mini - tests. Students also learn conversational questions and answers.
We use MEB3 with ANY beginning elementary student (be they 5th graders or 1st graders). And with high level kindergarten students who have finished My English Book and Me 1 and 2.
Why don’t ALL students begin with My English Bo
My English Book and Me 1 and 2 are black and white picture dictionaries. They can be used with ANY beginners, but we use them with our kindergarten students. Ideally, students will come to our school as 4 year olds and begin My English Book and Me 1. After 1 year on My English Book and Me 1, most students progress to My English Book and Me 2. Why MEB1 and 2? We want the students learning lots of vocabulary and simple questions and answers, BEFORE reading and writing (we do lots of phonics IN...
毎週1ユニットが宿題になります。P,3のTable of Contents のDateに先生が宿題を出した日を書きます。
(Q: What's your favorite color? A: I like pink.)
In the My English Book and Me 3 Home Book, there are many mini - tests. We want the tests to be meaningful and to test the students. Unfortunately, we found that many times, when assigned for homework, the tests would come back PERFECT---with NO mistakes. Mysteriously when students did similar mini tests IN CLASS in the CLASS BOOK, they would make many mistakes.
We suspect parents were "helping" their children. Unfortunately, such help is really a hindrance. Because we know