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Innovative communication through the arts of  language and music
Basic ESL Seminar for Non-English Speaking  Congregations
Framework of Content

Professions/Jobs
1. doctor
2. lawyer
3. engineer
4. nurse
5. teacher
6. painter
7. carpenter
8. secretary
9. clerk
10. driver
11. babysitter
12. policeman
13. helper
14. labourer/laborer
Buildings and Places

1.church                    12. post office
2. school                   13. restaurant
3. bank                      14. mall
4.  airport                  15. supermarket   
5.  barbershop           16. train station    
6.  bustop                  17. store
7.  hospital                 18 theatre
8.  museum                19. bakery
9.  house                    20. beauty salon
10. library                  21. park
11. office building
12. gas station
Body Parts

1.   head                    
2.   eyes                  
3.   ears                   
4.   nose                      
5.   feet                     
6   chest.                      
7.  legs               
8.  knees         
Seminar Two
Adjectives Used to
Describe People
1.   rich              
2.  beautiful          
3.  brave               
4.  ugly
6.  crazy              
7.  cute                 
8.  famous           
9.  friendly            
10. happy            
11. interesting      
12. blessed                
Clothes

1.  belt              13. skirt
2.  bots             14. slippers
3.   cap             15. socks
4.  dress            16. stockings           
5.   hat               17. suit
6.   jacket          18. sweater
7.   nightie          19. t-shirt
8.   pajamas       20. tie
9.   pants            21. underwear
10.  scarf          
11. shirt
12. shoes
Office

1.  paper clip
2.  notepad
3.  filing cabinet
4.  carpet
5.  plant
6.  light switch
7.  first aid kit
8.  smoke alarm
9.  
clock
10. entrance
11.
scissors
12. clipboard
b. Song

God is so good
God is so good
God is so good
He's so good to me.
Time expressions
every day

in the mornings
in the evenings
on Sundays

Idioms

1. to be sick
2.  to have a headache
3.   to be excited
4.             
5.        
6.     
Verbs
Simple Present Tense

negative, affirmative and
interrogative

1.  have -
2. do
3. work
4..clean
5. put on
6. wear
7. worship
8. walk
9. speak
10.run
House/Home, Food

1.  bedroom
2.  dining room
3.  kitchen
4.  breadfast
5.  lunch
6.  supper

Question Words
1. When
2.What time
3. Where
4
. Whose
5. Who     
6 How many
a. Bible verse

John 3:16

For God so loved the world that He gave His only
begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should
not perish but have everlasting life.
5.   to have  Simple Present Tense

Affirmative (+)

He/ She/ It = has        I /We/ You/They  = have

6.   to do  

Affirmative  (+)
He/ She/It = does         I /We/ You/They  = do
E. Family &  friend
1.  mother      
2. father     
3. brother          
4. sister                   
5.  child   
6.  children         
6.  uncle           
7.  aunt    
8.  cousin       
10.grandmother
11.grandfather
12. grandchild
Session #1  2hrs.
Session #2  2hrs.
On The Job

1. Coffee
2.. Tea
3 .Cookies
4. Boss
5 .Supervisor
6. Equipment
Street Signs

1. Do Not Enter
2. One Way
3.  Speed Limit 35
4.  Road Closed
5.  No Parking
6.  No Standing Anytime
7.  One Hour Parking
8.  Wrong Way
9.  No Trucks
10. Keep Off Median

SEE SIGNS
At the end of the session, participants should be able to  participate in conversations that require the following
inputs.

1. Describing of family and friends.-
2. Telling what people do and where they work.
3. What do you do?
4. What does your father/mother/husband do?
5.. I am a doctor.
6.. She is not a waiter.
At the end of the session, participants should be able to  participate in conversations that require the following inputs.

1 Where do you work:
2. Whe do you run?
You might want to memorize
Question Words

1. What ...  ?
2.
3. Where  ...?
4
. Whose ....?
5. Who  ...?    
7. How many __ are there. ?
8. When
Question Words

1. What ...  ?
2.
3. Where  ...?
4
. Whose ....?
5. Who  ...?    
7. How many __ are there. ?