Teaching immigrants a new language implies strategies that correlate what is taught day by day. As a Language teacher, I consider that naming what is around the students' environment is important during the first week. We then select the nouns that we frequently use: the staff in the school, the objects we manipulate, the city, the state, and the school.
Naming then becomes the intersection between the verb to be and the wonderful world of pronouns.
The student will understand the question word what.
The student will learn about the definition of the word noun .
The student will write in his/her native language the most important items, school supplies, furniture, etc. in the school which will be translate in the English language.
The student will know how to introduce their pages in their notebooks day by day.
The student will write in their notebooks the definition of the word noun.
The student will discover the wonderful world of pronouns.
The student will be able to use demonstrative pronouns .
The students will be able to create simple sentences utilizing the present form of the verb to be.
The students will change the simple sentences to questions using nouns, pronouns, and the present form of the verb to be.
The students will be able to ask: “What is the name of…?" or "What is pronoun name?