Starter Unit: Let's learn English!
Unit 1: Hi! I'm Sofia
Unit 2: When's your birthday?
Unit 3: Get some rest
Unit 4: Do you know Amy?
Unit 5: How much is this sweater?
Unit 6: Do you want to see a movie?
Unit 7: What'sshelike?
Unit 8: Where did you go on vacation?
Appendix Ⅰ Congratulations! You've finished Book1
Appendix Ⅱ Function link
Appendix Ⅲ Workbook answer key
Note: This section gives students a chance to talk about their preferences for different kinds of English language learning. Research has indicated that second language learners who are aware of the processes underlying their learning, and who seek to use appropriate learning strategies, learn more effectively. Have students look at the pictures and describe what they see in each one. Try to elicit as much vocabulary as possible.
Have students look at the first picture. Ask What does the student like？ Elicit the answer. Have students look at the second picture. Ask Does the student like reading in English？ Elicit the answer: Yes （, she does）.
Do the same with the third and fourth pictures. Play the tape and have students follow along. Play the tape again, if necessary. Check their comprehension by repeating the statements and telling students Point to the picture. Note: In addition to identifying learner needs before or early into a course, it is also useful to elicit learners' preferred learning activities. Learner preferences can have a significant effect on classroorr dynamics, as well as on the use of materials and supplements. The following task will introduce students to certain types of activities they will encounter throughout the series, as well as raise their awareness about out-of-class activities they may not have considered exploiting fully. Model the target language by asking students Do you like grammar？ Do you like reading in English？