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FOUNDATIONS I Teacher Manual

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Exercise Overview Task The Ele-Bot exercise starts by presenting Ella, the electric robot. 1. Clicking the Go button activates the robot. 2. Two to four pictures are revealed on the screen. 3. A statement or question is heard. 4. Students click the image that best represents the statement or answers the question. 5. Corrective feedback is presented. 6. The set of images disappear, setting the stage for the next question. Which one is skinnier? 6 Ele-Bot Teacher Manual

Content Exercise Overview In Ele-Bot students progress through five speech processing levels. Within each speech processing level, Ele-Bot presents content that covers a range of grammatical content and difficulty. Across the levels, grammatical content includes: Language Structure Example Language Structure Example Object Pronouns: Him & Her Point to “him.” Third Person Subject Pronouns She is walking. Description Words Which is “heavy”? Active Voice The cat is following the dog. Action Words Which is “eat”? Passive Voice The dog is being followed by the cat. Predicative Adjectives The tub is full. Passive Voice with Negation The cat is not being followed by the dog. Comparative with More Which one is more prickly? Present Tense The boy is opening the box. Comparative with -er Which one is bigger? Past Tense The boy opened the box. Quantifier: None Look at these bowls with goldfish. Which bowl has none? Future Tense The boy will open the box. Quantifier: Some Look at the boxes with carrots. Which box has some? Preposition: For The box is being carried for the doctor. Singular Nouns Choose the picture of the dog. Preposition: With The box is being carried with the doctor. Plural Nouns Choose the picture of the dogs. Complex Negation The dog that is not running is big. Singular Nouns with Quantifier: A Choose the picture of a dog. Object Relative Clauses The cat is chasing the dog that is big. Plural Nouns with Quantifier: Some Singular Auxiliary Verb: Is Plural Auxiliary Verb: Are Singular Verbs Plural Verbs Choose the picture of some dogs. The sheep is eating. The sheep are eating. The sheep eats. The sheep eat. Object Relatives with Relativized Objects Subject Relative Clauses Reduced Subject Relative Clauses Sentences with Subject Relative Clauses and Noun-Verb-Noun Endings The cat is following the dog that the mouse is leading. The dog that is black is following the cat. The teacher smiling is helping the girl. The dog that is following the cat is black. Possession: Has Possession: Apostrophe-s Wh- Object Questions Who vs. What The cat has stripes. Which is the baby’s bird? What is the dog chasing? Who is by the door? Sentences with Reduced Subject Relative Clauses and Noun-Verb- Noun Endings Relative Pronouns with Double Function Sentences with Double Embedding The girl helping the teacher is smiling. The cat that the dog is following is black. The dog that is following the cat that is black is white. Simple Negation The box is not open. Cleft Sentences It’s the dog that the cat chases. Ele-Bot Teacher Manual 7