Lesson 1 – Let’s Begin 1; Aa
This is the first lesson of the book Let’s Begin 1 from the “Let’s Go” English book series which was published by Oxford University Press. The “Let’s Go” English books are great for non-English speaker children aged 6 to 14 to learn English.
This book which is the first book of the LG English book series aims to teach the English alphabet first. There are 28 lessons in this 1st book. Every lesson is related to one letter of the English alphabet. The 2 last lessons are considered to review the previous lessons and the English alphabet.
As mentioned in the previous lesson, this book also teaches how to write the letters of the English alphabet as a basis for writing English. The first lesson of this book is related to the first letter of the English alphabet “A-a”. The way of pronouncing, reading, and writing this letter is taught in the first lesson. The letter “A-a” is one of the English vowel letters. It is the first letter of the English alphabet and also the first vowel letter. Please note that there are 26 letters in the English language while 5 of them are vowel letters.
The words included for better learning of this lesson are:
|A boy’s name in the English language.|
The students need to work on their workbook exercises and do all of them carefully after completing their writings in the notebook.
The way of writing the alphabet letters, as the basis of writing in the English language, is also taught in this book, in addition to learning how to read the alphabet letters and a few words in each lesson. The first lesson is related to the first English letter, “Aa”. It is taught how to read and how to write this letter in the first lesson. The English student is supposed to watch the Video Lesson carefully, which is available both on this website and on YouTube. The English students are recommended to watch the video several times to listen to the pronunciation and learn it better. The more you listen and watch the video the better you can learn and the better your pronunciation.
Lesson 1 – Let’s Begin 1; Aa Video Lesson
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Every letter in the English language alphabet, like many other languages, consists of a Capital Letter and a Small Letter. The English students are supposed to watch the Video Lesson carefully so that they learn the way to write both the capital letter A and the small letter a. They are expected to practice how to write letters by preparing a suitable 3-line notebook. For this purpose, the English students should try to write at least one page of each letter (both the capital letter and the small letter together) carefully in their notebooks, so that they can learn how to write letters correctly. Please note that your handwriting will be completely related to the time and patience you spend on your writing exercises.
There is a workbook for every student book in the Let’s Go English book series. The English students should refer to their workbooks, and do their homework carefully. The exercises are prepared in the workbook and they can improve the learning process easily. The English student are supposed to do their exercise in their workbook. The students need to work on their workbook exercises and do all of them carefully after completing their writings in the notebook.
In addition to teaching the alphabet letters and the way of pronouncing them, a small conversation is also included in each lesson. By learning these simple sentences, the new English learner enters the first stage of learning English speaking.
There is a small conversation on the second page of every lesson to teach speaking to the students. English students should learn these small conversational sentences well. They are the basis for their speaking, and they need to listen to them carefully and then practice them with their teacher, friends, and anyone around them. The way of greeting in English is taught in the speaking and conversation section in the first lesson of Let’s Begin 1- Lesson 1; Aa (page 7 of the book). There are 2 simple words for greeting and starting the greeting in the English language in the first lesson of Let’s Begin 1- Lesson 1; Aa. They are “Hello” and “Hi”.
This short, simple, and small practical conversation is very important in the English language. The students should learn them well and practice it with their teacher, friends, and people around them. This conversation is the simplest and the most practical conversation in the English language. In fact, most conversations in English begin with saying “Hello” or “Hi” and how to greet others.
There is a small conversation on page 7 of the Student Book, The English students should learn these small conversational sentences well. They are the basis for their speaking, and they need to listen to them carefully and then practice them with their teacher, friends, and anyone around them. The conversation in Let’s Begin 1- Lesson 1; Aa is the simplest conversation and it is related to the ways of greeting in the English language.
There are 3 terms being used by English native speakers for greeting which are Hello, Hi, and Hey. There are some differences between them in the way of using them.
Click here to know what are the differences between Hello, Hi, and Hey, in the English language.
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