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Monday, March 30, 2015


00:00  Welcom, everyone.
00:26  Keywords:
00:43  - expect (v)
Mom expects Dad to come home at 5:30 p.m.
00:57  - activity (n)
Two of my favorite activities are hiking and reading.
01:09  - climb (v)
Tim climbed up the tree really fast.
01:19  - cafeteria (n)
Students ate their lunches in the cafeteria.
01:31  - fire (n)
I'm so cold. Let's build a fire.
01:42  Let's say ythe keywords together again:
  - expect (v)
  - activity (n)
  - climb (v)
  - cafeteria (n)
  - fire (n)
02:14  The mission of the day is:
What did Simon eat?
02:55  Small Town.  Part 1.
Simon  - Hello!
Renee  - Simon! You're back from camp! But you're early!
I expected you to come home tonight.
Simon  - I took an earlier bus back. I missed you.
Renee  - I missed you, too.
So how was camp? How were the kids?
Simon  - Camp was really fun. The kids were great.
I really enjoyed being a camp coach.
Renee  - What activities did you do with the kids?
03:30  Study the keywords:
04:05  - axpect (v)
05:08  - activity (n)
05:42  Small Town.  Part 2.
Simon  - We played lots of sports.
Renee  - Of course! What else did you do?
Simon  - We climbed a ropes course and hiked.
We swam in the river, too.
But, honey, can we eat lunch and talk?
Renee  - Sure. You must be hungry.
Simon  - I am. At the camp.
I ate a lot of mystery meat in the cafeteria.
06:08  Study the keywords:
06:43  - climb (v)
07:29  - cafeteria (n)
08:06  The answer to today's mission is:
Simon ate mystery meat.
08:26  Small Town.  Part 3.
Renee  - Was it really that bad?
Simon  - No. We ate good food there.
On the last night, we cooked our dinner over a fire.
Renee  - Yum!  You like cooking outside.
Simon  - Yes. Real men cook outside.
Renee  - Well, Max cooks inside, and he cooks pretty well.
Simon  - Yeah. But Max can cook good food outside, too.
Renee  - I agree! Oh, let me get you some food.
08:59  Study the keyword:
09:45  - fire (n)
10:48  How To
11:01  How To
                 talk about studying.
11:12  - Let's study together.
11:29  - Practice makes perfect.
            Let's study more.
11:48  - Review a little everyday.
12:28   Conversation Replay:
14:08  Calendar Phrase
I'm back!
Boy.  Hi, Jan! I'm back!
Girl.  You're back! That's great.
Boy.  Thanks. I'm back.
Girl.  Good. How was your trip?
Boy.  It was great. But I'm tired.
I did a lot during my trip.
Girl.  Well, now you're back. So you can rest.
Boy.  Yes. I'm back!
15:42  Question of the day:
Did you ever go to a camp? Tell about it?

Sunday, March 29, 2015



00:00  Calendar Phrase:
Do you have everything?
Girl 1.  Hi, Marie.
Are you ready for your trip?
Do you have everything?
Girl 2.  I think so.
 Girl 1.  Are you sure?
Do you have your toothbrush  and toothpaste?
Do you have everything?
Girl 2.  Yes. I have my toothbrush and toothpaste.
Girl 1.  Do you have your clothes?
Do you have everything?
Girl 2.  Yes. I have my clothes.
Girl 1.  Do you have your ticket?
Girl 2.  Uh, yes. I have my ticket.
Girl 1. OK! Good.
Then you have everything!



00:00  Word Power.
00:25  - camping
00:40  - tent
00:53  - flashlight
01:10  - snack
01:27  - bug spray
01:48  - sleeping bag

Thursday, March 26, 2015



00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
- Sara comes out of her house. She is carrying many things.
She has two big backpacks, a suitcase and a soccer ball.
Then Sara remembers her hat. It is still in her room.
She puts her things down and runs back into the house.
Renee comes by. Renee has something for Sara.

00:39  Small Town.  Part 2.
Renee  - Sara?
I have some snacks for you.
Sara  - Renee! Thanks!
I'm ready for camp.
Renee  - Today is your first day as a camp leader.
I'm excited for you.
Sara  - I'm excited, too!
I can play basketball with the kids.
Renee  - How fun!
Aren't you going to a day camp?
Sara  - Yes.
Renee  - Then why do you have so many things?

01:14  Small town.  Part 3.
Sara  - Well, I need all these things.
Oh, Renee, I'm late for a leader's meeting.
Renee  - Oh, go! Wait.
Do you have everything?
Sara  - I think so.
I have my hat, soccer ball, snacks, games and money.
That is everything.
 Renee  - Do you have your basketball?
Sara  - Oh, no! I don't have that.

Monday, March 23, 2015

00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:33  Keywords:
00:35  - carry (v)
Can you help me? I can't carry all these books.
00:47  - backpack (n)
Katie puts her books in a backpack.
00:58  - remember (v)
Is today  Grandma's birthday? I don't remember.
01:08  - snack (n)
Let's eat a snack before lunch. I'm hungry.
01:19  - meeting (n)
Dad is in a meeting. Talk to him later.
01:28  Let's say the keywords together again:
  - carry (v)
  - backpack (n)
  - remember (v)
  - snack (n)
  - meeting (n)
02:01  The mission of the day is:
What doesn't Sara have for camp?
02:47  Small Town.  Part 1.
- Sara comes out of her house. She is carrying many things.
She has two big backpacks, a suitcase and a soccer ball.
Then Sara remembers her hat. It is still in her room.
She puts her things down and runs back into the house.
Renee comes by. Renee has something for Sara.
03:19  Study the keywords:
04:01  - carry (v)
04:36  - backpack (n)
05:37  - remember (v)
06:35  Small Town.  Part 2.
Renee  - Sara?
I have some snacks for you.
Sara  - Renee! Thanks!
I'm ready for camp.
Renee  - Today is your first day as a camp leader.
I'm excited for you.
Sara  - I'm excited, too!
I can play basketball with the kids.
Renee  - How fun!
Aren't you going to a day camp?
Sara  - Yes.
Renee  - Then why do you have so many things?
07:10  Study the keyword:
07:54  - snack (n)
08:41  - snack (n)
          - snake (n)
08:57  Small town.  Part 3.
Sara  - Well, I need all these things.
Oh, Renee, I'm late for a leader's meeting.
Renee  - Oh, go! Wait.
Do you have everything?
Sara  - I think so.
I have my hat, soccer ball, snacks, games and money.
That is everything.
 Renee  - Do you have your basketball?
Sara  - Oh, no! I don't have that.
09:32  Study the keyword:
09:47  - meeting (n)
10:28  The answer to today's mission is:
She doesn't have her basketball.
10:56  Word Power.
11:18  - camping
11:33  - tent
11:46  - flashlight
12:03  - snack
12:20  - bug spray
12:41  - sleeping bag
12:57  Conversation Replay:
14:43  Calendar Phrase:
Do you have everything?
Girl 1.  Hi, Marie.
Are you ready for your trip?
Do you have everything?
Girl 2.  I think so.
 Girl 1.  Are you sure?
Do you have your toothbrush  and toothpaste?
Do you have everything?
Girl 2.  Yes. I have my toothbrush and toothpaste.
Girl 1.  Do you have your clothes?
Do you have everything?
Girl 2.  Yes. I have my clothes.
Girl 1.  Do you have your ticket?
Girl 2.  Uh, yes. I have my ticket.
Girl 1. OK! Good.
Then you have everything!
16:25  Question of the day:
Do you like camps? Why? or Why not?


00:00  On The Go
00:13  - emergency room
00:31  - first aid
00:47  - wildlife
01:10  - helper
01:16  - tour
02:52  - leaf
03:12  - live
04:25  - record
04:33  - equipment
05:34  - forest
05:41  - leg, wing

00:00  Small Town.
Betty  - Hi, Renee!
I have a letter for you. It's from Simon.
Renee  - A letter from my honey! Thanks, Betty.
Betty  - You're welcome.
This letter is from Evanston.
What is Simon doing there?
Renee  - He is working at a summer sports camp.
Simon is a coach.
Betty  - Good for him! How long is the camp?
Renee  - It's a 10- day camp.
Betty  - Ten days is a long time.
What does Simon do at the camp?
Renee  - He teaches 11 - and 12 - year - olds about sports.
Betty  - How many children are at the camp?
Renee  - There are about 200 kids at the camp.
Betty  - Wow. That's a lot of kids.
Renee  - Yes. But Simon really likes them.
He cares a lot about children.
Betty  - That's great.
Renee  - Simon is really enjoying this camp a lot.
Betty  - I'm sure! He can play sports every day.
Renee  Yes. Simon is a big kid.
Betty  - Does the camp pay Simon?
Renee  - No. Simon works for free. But he doesn't mind.
Betty  - He doesn't?
Renee  - No. This camp isn't really work for Simon.
It is play!
01:43  Small Town.
03:05  Small Town.
Sara  - Oh, good. You're both here.
Betty  - Hello, Sara dear.
Sara  - Hi! Can you two help me with something?
Renee  - Sure! How can we help?
Sara  - Well, it's summer now, so I have a lot of free time.
Betty  - That's nice.
Sara  - I want to do something useful with my time.
Renee  - Great. Are you going to get a job?
Sara  - No. I don't need any money. I just want to help people.
Betty  - Good for you, dear. How are you going to do that?
Sara  - I don't know. Do you two have any ideas?
Renee  - Well, you could help at the hospital.
I did that before.
Sara  - What would I do at the hospital?
Renee  - You would help the nurses.
Betty  - The hospital always needs help. Sara.
And you would do a great job!
Sara  - I hope so. Do you have any other ideas?
Betty  - You could work in a soup kitchen.
Sara  - A soup kitchen? What do people do there?
Renee  - They serve food to poor people.
Friendly people like you are a big help.
Sara  - Oh. That might be fun.
03:05  Small Town.
04:06  Small Town.
- Sara and Ben come into the post office.
They are wearing old clothes and they're both very dirty.
Sara has some paint on her.
Ben is telling Sara a story.
He has a hammer, and he starts waving it around.
Sara laughs.
Betty asks them what they were doing.
Sara  - We were building a house!
Betty  - Really?
Ben  - Yes.  Sara and I worked for Homes of Hope today.
Betty  - Homes of Hope? What's that?
Sara  - It's an organization
that builds homes for poor people.
Betty  - That's great.
So this is where you decided to help out, Sara?
Sara  - Yes. I was surprised to see Ben there.
But we had fun working together.
Betty  - I'm glad.
It's always more fun to work with a friend.
Ben  - You're right.
Betty  - What did you like about working on the house?
Sara  - I liked using the different tools.
And I painted. That was fun, too.
Ben  - My favorite part
was meeting the woman who will get the house.
Sara  - That was cool!
Ben  - She's a single mom with four kids.
They were living in their car
until they learned about Homes of Hope.
Sara  - When she saw her house today, she cried!
Betty  - Now I am, too!

00:00  Small Town.
Betty  - Hi, Renee!
I have a letter for you. It's from Simon.
Renee  - A letter from my honey! Thanks, Betty.
Betty  - You're welcome.
This letter is from Evanston.
What is Simon doing there?
Renee  - He is working at a summer sports camp.
Simon is a coach.
Betty  - Good for him! How long is the camp?
Renee  - It's a 10- day camp.
Betty  - Ten days is a long time.
What does Simon do at the camp?
Renee  - He teaches 11 - and 12 - year - olds about sports.
Betty  - How many children are at the camp?
Renee  - There are about 200 kids at the camp.
Betty  - Wow. That's a lot of kids.
Renee  - Yes. But Simon really likes them.
He cares a lot about children.
Betty  - That's great.
Renee  - Simon is really enjoying this camp a lot.
Betty  - I'm sure! He can play sports every day.
Renee  Yes. Simon is a big kid.
Betty  - Does the camp pay Simon?
Renee  - No. Simon works for free. But he doesn't mind.
Betty  - He doesn't?
Renee  - No. This camp isn't really work for Simon.
It is play!
02:45  Small Town.
03:18  Small Town.
Sara  - Oh, good. You're both here.
Betty  - Hello, Sara dear.
Sara  - Hi! Can you two help me with something?
Renee  - Sure! How can we help?
Sara  - Well, it's summer now, so I have a lot of free time.
Betty  - That's nice.
Sara  - I want to do something useful with my time.
Renee  - Great. Are you going to get a job?
Sara  - No. I don't need any money. I just want to help people.
Betty  - Good for you, dear. How are you going to do that?
Sara  - I don't know. Do you two have any ideas?
Renee  - Well, you could help at the hospital.
I did that before.
Sara  - What would I do at the hospital?
Renee  - You would help the nurses.
Betty  - The hospital always needs help. Sara.
And you would do a great job!
Sara  - I hope so. Do you have any other ideas?
Betty  - You could work in a soup kitchen.
Sara  - A soup kitchen? What do people do there?
Renee  - They serve food to poor people.
Friendly people like you are a big help.
Sara  - Oh. That might be fun.
04:37  Small Town.
05:39  Small Town.
- Sara and Ben come into the post office.
They are wearing old clothes and they're both very dirty.
Sara has some paint on her.
Ben is telling Sara a story.
He has a hammer, and he starts waving it around.
Sara laughs.
Betty asks them what they were doing.
Sara  - We were building a house!
Betty  - Really?
Ben  - Yes.  Sara and I worked for Homes of Hope today.
Betty  - Homes of Hope? What's that?
Sara  - It's an organization
that builds homes for poor people.
Betty  - That's great.
So this is where you decided to help out, Sara?
Sara  - Yes. I was surprised to see Ben there.
But we had fun working together.
Betty  - I'm glad.
It's always more fun to work with a friend.
Ben  - You're right.
Betty  - What did you like about working on the house?
Sara  - I liked using the different tools.
And I painted. That was fun, too.
Ben  - My favorite part
was meeting the woman who will get the house.
Sara  - That was cool!
Ben  - She's a single mom with four kids.
They were living in their car
until they learned about Homes of Hope.
Sara  - When she saw her house today, she cried!
Betty  - Now I am, too!
07:16  On The Go
08:04  - emergency room (n)
08:28  On The Go
08:36  - emergency room
08:55  - first aid
09:11  - wildlife
09:34  - helper
09:40  - tour
11:15  - leaf
11:35  - live
12:49  - record
12:56  - equipment
13:58  - forest
14:06  - leg, wing
14:49  Song Time
 Making a Difference
  You can make a difference if you try
We can make a difference you and I
She can make a difference here at school
He can make a difference man it's cool!

You can make a difference if you try
We can make a difference you and I
She can make a difference here at school
He can make a difference man it's cool!

Making a difference is what it's all about
Doing what you can do, helping someone out
Do what you said you'd do, and mean what you say
Showing your love to someone everyday

Making a difference is what it's all about
Doing what you can do, helping someone out
Do what you said you'd do, and mean what you say
Showing  God's  love to someone everyday

Making a difference is what it's all about
Doing what you can do, helping someone out
Do what you said you'd do, and mean what you say
Showing God's  love to someone everyday
Everyday!


00:00  Calendar Phrase:
Let's work together.
Boy 1.  We have a lot of work to do.
Boy 2.You're right, we do. Hey,  I have an idea!
Let's work together!
Boy 1.  Huh?  Let's work together!
Boy 2.  Yeah, if we work together, we can help each other.
Boy 1.  And it will be more fun.
Boy 2.  So let's work together. We'll get the work done faster!
Boy 1.  OK, let's work together!



00:00  On The Go.  Part 1.
00:07  - emergency room
00:25  - first aid
00:42  - wildlife
01:04  - helper
01:10  - tour

02:15  On The Go.  Part 2.
02:46  - leaf
03:05  - live

04:08  On The Go.  Part 3.
04:19  - record
04:26  - equipment
05:27  - forest
05:35  - leg, wing

00:00  Hello, everybody.
00:25  Keywords:
00:34  - emergency room (n)
Kenny had an accident. He's in the emergency room now.
00:49  - live (adj)
Naomi saw a live monkey on the weekend.
00:58  - equipment (n)
A computer is a kind of equipment.
01:10  - forest (n)
There are many trees in a forest.
01:18  Let's say the keywords together again:
 - emergency room (n)
  - live (adj)
  - equipment (n)
  - forest (n)
01:44  The mission of the day is:
Why do helpers keep dead plants?
02:28  On The Go.  Part 1.
02:32  - emergency room
02:50  - first aid
03:07  - wildlife
03:30  - helper
03:35  - tour
04:40  Study the keyword:
05:19  - emergency room (n)
06:23  On The Go.  Part 2.
06:54  - leaf
07:13  - live
08:17  Study the keyword:
08:27  - live (adj)
09:40  The answer to today's mission is:
They keep dead plants to study them and take pictures of them.
10:16  On The Go.  Part 3.
10:25  - record
10:33  - equipment
11:34  - forest
11:42  - leg, wing
12:26  Study the keywords:
12:59  - equipment (n)
14:11  - forest (n)
14:47  Calendar Phrase:
Let's work together.
Boy 1.  We have a lot of work to do.
Boy 2.  You're right, we do. Hey, I have an idea!
00:00  Hello, everybody.
00:25  Keywords:
00:34  - emergency room (n)
Kenny had an accident. He's in the emergency room now.
00:49  - live (adj)
Naomi saw a live monkey on the weekend.
00:58  - equipment (n)
A computer is a kind of equipment.
01:10  - forest (n)
There are many trees in a forest.
01:18  Let's say the keywords together again:
 - emergency room (n)
  - live (adj)
  - equipment (n)
  - forest (n)
01:44  The mission of the day is:
Why do helpers keep dead plants?
02:28  On The Go.  Part 1.
02:32  - emergency room
02:50  - first aid
03:07  - wildlife
03:30  - helper
03:35  - tour
04:40  Study the keyword:
05:19  - emergency room (n)
06:23  On The Go.  Part 2.
06:54  - leaf
07:13  - live
08:17  Study the keyword:
08:27  - live (adj)
09:40  The answer to today's mission is:
They keep dead plants to study them and take pictures of them.
10:16  On The Go.  Part 3.
10:25  - record
10:33  - equipment
11:34  - forest
11:42  - leg, wing
12:26  Study the keywords:
12:59  - equipment (n)
14:11  - forest (n)
14:47  Calendar Phrase:
Let's work together.
Boy 1.  We have a lot of work to do.
Boy 2.You're right, we do. Hey,  I have an idea!
Let's work together!
Boy 1.  Huh?  Let's work together!
Boy 2.  Yeah, if we work together, we can help each other.
Boy 1.  And it will be more fun.
Boy 2.  So let's work together. We'll get the work done faster!
Boy 1.  OK, let's work together!
16:15  Question of the day:
Do you like to study plants and animals? Why? or Why not?

Saturday, March 7, 2015



00:00  Calendar Phrase
You're a big help.
Girl.  Thanks for helping me with my homework.
It was hard. You're a big help.
Boy.  You're welcome.
Girl.  And thank you for helping me fix my radio.
That wasn't easy. You're a big help.
Boy.  you're very welcome.
Oh, and thank you for helping me take care of my baby sister.
That wasn't easy. You're a big help.
Girl.  You're welcome!
I'm glad we can help each other.
That's what friends are for!

00:00  Inspector E
00:26  What did you like about working on the house?
01:01  work on [something] (v)
01:34  work on [someone] (v)

Thursday, March 5, 2015


00:00  Small Town.  Part 1.
- Sara and Ben come into the post office.
They are wearing old clothes and they're both very dirty.
Sara has some paint on her.
Ben is telling Sara a story.
He has a hammer, and he starts waving it around.
Sara laughs.
Betty asks them what they were doing.

00:35  Small Town.  Part2.
Sara  - We were building a house!
Betty  - Really?
Ben  - Yes.  Sara and I worked for Homes of Hope today.
Betty  - Homes of Hope? What's that?
Sara  - It's an organization
that builds homes for poor people.
Betty  - That's great.
So this is where you decided to help out, Sara?
Sara  - Yes. I was surprised to see Ben there.
But we had fun working together.
Betty  - I'm glad.
It's always more fun to work with a friend.
Ben  - You're right.

01:10  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - What did you like about working on the house?
Sara  - I liked using the different tools.
And I painted. That was fun, too.
Ben  - My favorite part
was meeting the woman who will get the house.
Sara  - That was cool!
Ben  - She's a single mom with four kids.
They were living in their car
until they learned about Homes of Hope.
Sara  - When she saw her house today, she cried!
Betty  - Now I am, too!

00:00  Hello, everyone.
00:29  Keywords:
00:32  - paint (n)
Jan is doing an art project. She needs some paint.
00:42  - hammer (n)
Dan can use a hammer well. He is good at building things.
00:55  - hope (n)
The doctor's words gave hope to Grandma. She will get better.
01:05  - surprised (adj)
Did you hear that Gina is moving? I'm so surprised!
01:17  - glad (adj)
Vance is glad it stopped raining. Now he can play outside.
01:28  Let's say the keyword's together again:
  - paint (n)
  - hammer (n)
  - hope (n)
  - surprised (adj)
  - glad (adj)
01:57  The mission of the day is:
What did Ben and Sara do today?
02:45  Small Town.  Part 1.
- Sara and Ben come into the post office.
They are wearing old clothes and they're both very dirty.
Sara has some paint on her.
Ben is telling Sara a story.
He has a hammer, and he starts waving it around.
Sara laughs.
Betty asks them what they were doing.
03:17  study the keywords:
03:41  - hammer (n)
04:40  - paint (n/v)
05:29  Small Town.  Part2.
Sara  - We were building a house!
Betty  - Really?
Ben  - Yes.  Sara and I worked for Homes of Hope today.
Betty  - Homes of Hope? What's that?
Sara  - It's an organization
that builds homes for poor people.
Betty  - That's great.
So this is where you decided to help out, Sara?
Sara  - Yes. I was surprised to see Ben there.
But we had fun working together.
Betty  - I'm glad.
It's always more fun to work with a friend.
Ben  - You're right.
06:05  The answer to today's mission is:
They worked for Homes of Hope today.
06:37  Study the keywords:
06:53  - hope (n/v)
07:32  - surprised (adj)
08:22  - glad (adj)
08:35  Small Town.  Part 3.
Betty  - What did you like about working on the house?
Sara  - I liked using the different tools.
And I painted. That was fun, too.
Ben  - My favorite part
was meeting the woman who will get the house.
Sara  - That was cool!
Ben  - She's a single mom with four kids.
They were living in their car
until they learned about Homes of Hope.
Sara  - When she saw her house today, she cried!
Betty  - Now I am, too!
10:46  Inspector E
11:09  What did you like about working on the house?
11:44  work on [something] (v)
12:17  work on [someone] (v)
12:45  Conversation Replay
14:28  Calendar Phrase
You're a big help.
Girl.  Thanks for helping me with my homework.
It was hard. You're a big help.
Boy.  You're welcome.
Girl.  And thank you for helping me fix my radio.
That wasn't easy. You're a big help.
Boy.  you're very welcome.
Oh, and thank you for helping me take care of my baby sister.
That wasn't easy. You're a big help.
Girl.  You're welcome!
I'm glad we can help each other.
That's what friends are for!
16:14  Question of the day :
Would you like to help build a house? Why? or Why not?


00:00  Calendar Phrase
What can I do?
Boy 1.  Why are you carrying that big bag?
Boy 2.  I'm cleaning up the city. When I see trash, I pick it up.
Girl.  That's nice of you! What can I do?
Boy 2.  You can help me pick up trash.
Girl.  OK. I need a bag.
Boy 1.  What can I do?
Boy 2.  You can take my trash away. The bag is too full.
Boy 1.  OK, then what can I do?
Boy 2.  You can buy me something to eat.
I missed my lunch while I was picking up trash!