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E-mail:
subscriptions@englishexpress.ca
Phone:
Edmonton 440-3722Outside Edmonton 1-877-440-3722
free
Mail:
English ExpressBox 38028 CapilanoEdmonton AB T6A 3Y6 
Fax:
780-468-3119
Subscriptions—contact Maureen Day Content—contact Bev Burke
E-mail:
editor@englishexpress.ca
Phone:
Edmonton 440-9833Outside Edmonton 1-877-440-9822
free
The Family Literacy series is available fromthe
 English Express
office on an ongoing basis.The eight issues include:#1: What is Family Literacy?#2: How do young children develop?#3: Helping babies learn#4: Helping toddlers learn#5: Helping preschoolers learn#6: Children between 4
Z\x
& 7—helping them learn#7: Starting Grade One#8: Tell a story, read a story
English Express
Teaching Notes
 Art: Guy Parsons
Bad weather 
4
If you have access to a computer orcomputer lab, have your student(s) use Yahoo! Weather at
<ca.weather.yahoo.com>. Y 
our student(s) can find out the weather inplaces around the world. Make a worksheetwith a list of locations and blank lines to fillin. Start by showing the student(s) how tofind the site and practice finding weatherconditions in a few locations. Make sureeveryone has Celsius selected. The student(s)can then fill in the worksheet.
Gestures
4
Have a discussion about gestures. Whathand gestures do your students use? Doesanyone know some American Sign Language?
Two men saved seniors from fire
4
The City of Edmonton website has severalbrochures about fire prevention and safetythat can be downloaded. Go to:
<www.edmonton.ca/portal/server.pt/gateway/ PTARGS_0_2_1659277_0_0_18/>
Reader’s story
4
Have any of your students tried to quitsmoking? Was it difficult for them? Did theyuse nicotine gum or the patch? Did they quit“cold turkey”?
Bowling wordsTrue or false
1. F 2. F 3. T 4. F 5. F 6. T 7. F 8. F
Cheesy potato soup
2 . peel, cut, cook, drain, mash3 . melt6 . stir
Find the words—answersAnswers for exercises
Please photocopy these notes. February 2007t
2 . lane5 . score sheet8 . computer11 . hand, hands3 . pins6 . spare9 . strike4 . rent7 . gutter ball 10 . turn4 . chop, cook7 . chop
m a s h z s p a r e fp g n d r a i n r f ii k a m p l n g p r rg l p u r n s u o y eh y f g j u c t w h bs w k k r r o t e a sb o w l d s r e r g of r u i t e e r u r cs t r i k e r k d a ch e r o e s x z e t ea l l e y p e a c e r
5 . open
 
Family Literacy special issues
 
Cheesy potato soup
Answers on page TN-1
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Past tense verbs
1 . freeze2 . lose3 . quit4 . go5 . fall6 . win
Fill in the blanks with the past tense of the verb.
1 . What do you do to the cheese? You ______ the cheese.2 . What do you do to the potatoes? You ______________, ___________,___________, ___________ and _________ them.3 . What do you do with the margarine? You ___________ it in a pan.4 . What do you do to the onion? You __________ it and __________ it in a pan.5 . What do you do with the cans of corn? You ___________ them.6 . What do you do to the soup while it’s heating up? You __________ it often.7 . What do you do with the parsley? You ___________ it. You serve the soupwith some parsley on top.
Page TN-2 • Teaching Notes for English Express • February 2007
 Answer these questions. Use the verbs in the box.
grate
gratepeelopenchopcutmeltcook drainmashstir chopcook 
7 . take8 . get9 . lead10 . meet11 . put12 . am
+
Pretend you made the soup recipe on page 3 yesterday.Tell what you did. Use the past tense. For example:
“Yesterday,
 
I made some potato soup. I followed the steps in the recipe.I peeled the potatoes. I cut them into pieces . . .”
__ __ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ ____ __ __ ____ __ ____ __ ____ __ ____ __ ____ __ __
 Art: Nola JohnstonGP
 
lanegutter ballalleyFill in the blanks with a word from the box below.
1 . Go to a bowling _____________ with friends.2 . Roll bowling balls down the _____________ .3 . Try to knock down the ______________ .4 . You can ___________ bowling shoes.5 . You write down the score on a __________ ___________.6 . If all 5 balls fall down with your first 2 balls, you have a ______________ .7 . A ___________ ____________ rolls into the gutter.8 . You keep score, or a _____________ keeps score for you.9 . If all 5 pins fall down with your first ball, you have a _____________ .10 . You roll 1 to 3 balls on each ___________ .11 . Most people bowl with 1 __________ . Some people bowl with 2 _____________.
handsparestrike
1 . Mine was a teacher in her country.2 . Fabio Cannavaro played for Spain in the World Cup.3 . The Year of the Pig will begin on February 18 for some people.4 . A spare is when all 5 pins fall down on the first ball.5 . Fruit growers use water to protect fruit from insects.6 . Mine decided to give up smoking on August 11, 2006.7 . Long uses the same gesture to mean “come here” for bothadults and very young children.8 . Everyone uses just one hand when they bowl.
Bowling words
Answers on page TN-1
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score sheetpinsrent
alley
________________________________________________________
Write T if the sentence is true. Write F if the sentence is false.
 Art: Government Information Office, Republic of China, Taiwan
February 2007 • Teaching Notes for English Express • Page TN-3
computer handsturn
 Art: Nola Johnston
 
True or false
Answers on page TN-1
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