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THIRD EDITION

BOOK
1

Steven J. Molinsky
Bill Bliss
Illustrated by

Richard E. Hill
Scope and Sequence
ALL-SKILLS COMMUNICATION: LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING, WRITING

Topics, Vocabulary Functional Listening &


Chapter Grammar Writing
& Math Communication Pronunciation
• Personal information • To be: • Meeting people • Listening for • Writing about
• Meeting people Introduction personal information yourself: Name,
• Alphabet • Pronouncing linked address, phone
• Spelling names aloud sounds number, country of
• Cardinal numbers in origin
addresses and telephone • Filling out a form
numbers • Addressing an
envelope

• Classroom objects • To be + • Greeting people • Listening for • Making a list of


• Rooms in the home location information about classroom objects
• Cities & nationalities • Subject people’s locations
• Places around town pronouns • Pronouncing
reduced and

• Everyday activities • Present • Checking • Listening and • Writing about your


continuous understanding responding correctly current activities and
tense to questions about the activities of
people’s actions friends
• Pronouncing
reduced What are &
Where are

• Titles & nicknames • To be • Describing people’s • Listening to • Writing an e-mail or


• Common leisure activities: • Present activities messages on a instant message to
playing instruments, continuous telephone tell about yourself
sports, & games tense answering machine
• Culture concept:
Greetings around the
world
• Telephone numbers

• Everyday activities • To be: Short • Attracting someone’s • Listening & • Writing about a place
answers attention responding correctly in your community
• Possessive to questions about
adjectives activities
• Pronouncing
deleted h

• Describing people & • To be: Yes/No • Calling someone you • Listening & • Filling out a form
things questions, know on the telephone responding correctly • Writing a friendly
• Weather Short answers to requests for letter describing the
• Fahrenheit & Celsius • Adjectives information weather and current
temperatures • Possessive • Pronouncing yes/no activities
nouns questions with or

• Family members • To be: Review • Introducing people • Listening & making • Writing a story about
• Describing activities & • Present deductions a scene
events continuous • Pronouncing • Writing about a
tense: Review stressed and favorite photograph
• Prepositions of unstressed words
location

• Family relations • To be • Describing family • Listening to and • Writing about your


• Classroom activities • Possessive members and family interpreting family
• Culture concept: adjectives relationships correctly radio • Writing an e-mail or
Extended & nuclear weather forecasts instant message to
families tell about the
weather and current
activities
LIFESKILLS, TEST PREPARATION, CURRICULUM STANDARDS AND FRAMEWORKS

Lifeskills & SCANS/Employment


EFF CASAS LAUSD LCPs
Test Preparation Competencies
• Personal information & forms • Gather information • Sociability 0.1.2, 0.1.4, 1, 2, 3, 4, 18.06, 22.01,
• Information on an envelope • Cooperate with others • Acquire & evaluate 0.1.6, 0.2.1, 5, 7, 8, 22.02, 22.03,
• Common abbreviations in information 0.2.2, 2.4.1, 11b, 41, 25.01, 32.12,
addresses 5.1.4 58, 60 33.02, 33.07

• Classroom items • Manage resources: Identify • Identify resources 0.1.2, 0.1.4, 9a, 15, 16, 22.01, 22.02,
• Simple classroom commands those resources you have; • Participate as a member of 0.1.5 17, 18 22.03, 33.01,
• School personnel Determine where they are a team 33.02, 33.04,
• School locations • Work together • See things in the mind’s eye 33.07, 33.09
• Locating classroom items • Give direction (Draw a picture or diagram)

• Common classroom & home • Seek input from others • Identify goal-relevant 0.1.4, 0.1.5, 9c, 11a, 12, 22.01, 33.01,
activities • Identify a strong sense of activities 0.1.6, 0.2.4 13 33.02, 33.04,
• Asking about home activities family 33.07, 33.09

• Identifying people by • Respect others & value • Acquire & evaluate 0.1.4, 0.2.3, 1, 4, 9c, 12 22.04, 25.01,
appropriate titles diversity information 0.2.4, 2.1.7, 23.02, 32.08,
• Interpreting telephone • Use technology & other tools • Work with cultural diversity 2.7.2, 4.5.4 33.01, 33.02
messages on an answering to accomplish goals • Work with technology
machine (telephone answering device)

• Common classroom • Meet family needs & • Identify goal-relevant 0.1.4, 0.2.4, 9d, 12, 13, 22.03, 33.07,
& home activities responsibilities activities 7.2.3, 7.4.5 58 33.09
• Asking about home activities • Work within the big picture • Responsibility
• Learning skill: Alphabetizing • Observe critically • Understand a social system
(an apartment building &
residents’ activities)

• Describing people, things, & • Seek input from others • Sociability 0.1.2, 0.2.2, 6, 7, 28, 29 22.01, 22.02,
weather 1.1.5, 2.1.8, 23.02, 30.01,
• Using the telephone 2.3.3 32.12, 33.01,
• Interpreting a thermometer 33.03
• Weather reports

• Family relations • Seek input from others • Sociability 0.1.1, 0.1.2, 6, 9b 22.02, 22.03,
• Common activities • Identify family relationships • Self-esteem 0.1.4, 0.2.1, 22.04, 31.01,
• Greeting & introducing • Develop & express sense of 0.2.4, 7.2.3 33.02, 33.09
• Learning skill: self
Categorizing • Cooperate with others
• Eye contact & gestures

• Family relations • See things in the mind’s eye 0.1.5, 0.2.3, 6, 12, 28 30.01, 31.01,
• Identify the family system 32.08, 33.02
• Common classroom activities • Identify supportive family (Interpret a chart; Draw a 2.3.3, 2.7.2
• Weather forecasts relationships chart)
• Respect others & value • Identify goal-relevant
diversity activities
• Use technology & other tools • Work with cultural diversity
to accomplish goals

EFF: Equipped for the Future (Content standards, Common activities, & Key activities for Citizen/Community Member,
Worker, & Parent/Family role maps; EFF Communication and Reflection/Evaluation skills are covered in every chapter)
SCANS: Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (U.S. Department of Labor)
CASAS: Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System
LAUSD: Los Angeles Unified School District (ESL Beginning Low content standards)
LCPs: Literacy Completion Points (Florida & Texas: Level B Workforce Development Skills & Life Skills. The following LCPs are
covered in every chapter: 32.01–32.05, 32.10, 32.13, 33.01, 33.02, 34.01–34.03)
Scope and Sequence
ALL-SKILLS COMMUNICATION: LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING, WRITING

Topics, Vocabulary Functional Listening &


Chapter Grammar Writing
& Math Communication Pronunciation
• Places around town • Prepositions • Expressing gratitude • Listening for • Writing a description
• Locating places • There is /There information about of a neighborhood
• Describing neighborhoods are neighborhoods & • Writing about your
• Describing apartments • Singular/Plural apartments apartment building
• Cardinal numbers introduction • Using rising or home
indicating quantity intonation to check
understanding

• Clothing • Singular/Plural • Complimenting • Listening for • Writing a description


• Colors • Adjectives information about of clothing and colors
• Shopping for clothing • This/That/ clothing items
• Cardinal numbers These/Those • Pronouncing
indicating coin and emphasized words
currency denominations,
prices, & clothing sizes

• Clothing, colors, and • Singular/Plural • Describing clothing • Listening for • Writing an e-mail or
cultures • Adjectives • Complimenting information in public instant message to
• Culture concept: People’s • Describing homes address describe your
homes around the world announcements in neighborhood
• Civics concept: Urban, stores
suburban, and rural
communities
• Interpreting percents in a
pie chart

• Language & nationalities • Simple present • Hesitating • Listening for –s vs. • Writing about your
• Everyday activities tense non –s endings in city, language, and
verbs contained in daily activities
sentences
• Blending with does

• Habitual actions • Simple present • Starting a conversation • Listening for • Writing about usual
• People’s interests & tense: Yes/No information about activities during the
activities questions, people’s habitual week and on the
• Days of the week Negatives, actions weekend
• The calendar Short answers • Pronouncing
• Language & nationalities reduced of

• Languages around the • Simple present • Describing everyday • Listening for • Writing an e-mail or
world tense activities and interests information in a instant message to
• Interpreting tables with recorded telephone tell about activities &
number facts in millions announcement interests
• Culture concept:
Exercising around the
world

• Describing frequency of • Object • Reacting to information • Pronouncing past • Writing about close
actions pronouns tense endings friends
• Describing people • Simple present • Pronouncing • Writing about daily
• The calendar tense: –s vs. deleted h activities
• Time expressions non –s endings • Listening and
• Interpreting percentages • Have/Has making deductions
related to adverbs of • Adverbs of
frequency frequency

• Feelings & emotions • Contrast: • Reacting to bad news • Listening to • Writing about a
• Describing usual & unusual Simple present distinguish questions typical day in a city or
activities & present about current vs. town
continuous habitual actions
tenses • Pronouncing
reduced to
LIFESKILLS, TEST PREPARATION, CURRICULUM STANDARDS AND FRAMEWORKS

Lifeskills & SCANS/Employment


EFF CASAS LAUSD LCPs
Test Preparation Competencies
• Identifying & locating places • Seek input from others • Identify resources 0.1.2, 0.1.4, 9d, 22, 23, 22.03, 25.01,
in the community • Provide for family members’ • Acquire & evaluate 1.1.3, 1.4.1, 38, 39 28.04, 29.01,
• Identifying rooms, furniture, & safety & physical needs information 1.4.2, 2.2.1, 33.04, 33.06
fixtures in a residence • Gather information • See things in the mind’s eye 2.5.1, 2.5.3
• Inquiring about residences, (Interpret a map; Draw a
rentals, & neighborhoods simple map)
• Interpreting a map

• Clothing • Manage resources • Identify resources 0.1.4, 1.1.6, 9d, 30, 31, 22.03, 25.01,
• Asking for help • Seek & receive assistance • Negotiate 1.1.9, 1.2.1, 33, 34 25.05, 28.02,
• Identifying clothing needs • Resolve conflict & negotiate • Problem solving 1.3.9 28.03, 33.03,
• Money: Coins, Bills • Interact in a way that is • Sociability 33.05, 33.06
• Clothing labels: Sizes, Prices, friendly & courteous
Colors • Meet family needs &
responsibilities

• Clothing • Respect others & value • Work with cultural diversity 0.1.4, 0.2.3, 33, 34 28.02, 28.04,
• Store announcements diversity • See things in the mind’s eye 1.1.3, 1.3.7, 32.09
• Describing housing and • Analyze & use information (Interpret a pie chart) 1.3.9, 1.4.1,
neighborhoods • Understand, interpret, & • Sociability 2.7.2, 6.4.2,
work with symbolic 6.7.4, 6.8.1
information
• Use technology & other tools
to accomplish goals

• Asking for and giving personal • Seek input from others • Sociability 0.1.4, 0.2.1, 13 18.02, 22.01,
information: Name, city, • Develop & express sense of • Self-esteem 0.2.4 33.01, 33.02,
language, daily activities self 33.07
• Common activities • Promote values, ethics, &
• Social interactions cultural heritage within the
family

• Common activities: Daily life, • Manage resources: Allocate • Allocate time 0.1.2, 0.1.3, 12, 13, 20.02, 22.01,
sports, recreation, & time • Self-management 0.1.4, 0.2.4, 14a, 37 25.03, 28.01,
entertainment • Offer clear input on own • Sociability 2.6.4 33.01, 33.02,
• Ordering in a fast food interests 33.07
restaurant • Identify a strong sense of
• Days of the week family

• Describe common activities • Analyze & use information • See things in the mind’s eye 0.2.3, 1.1.3, 12, 23 22.01, 23.02,
• Interpreting recorded • Understand, interpret, & work (Interpret a map) 2.1.7, 2.6.1, 32.08
telephone announcements with numbers & symbolic • Acquire & evaluate 2.7.2, 6.8.1
information information
• Respect others & value diversity • Work with cultural diversity
• Use technology & other tools to • Work with technology
accomplish goals (recorded telephone
announcement)

• Family relations • Manage resources: Allocate • Allocate time 0.1.2, 0.1.4, 6 22.01, 22.03,
• Asking for tableware time • Self-esteem 0.2.4 25.03, 33.01,
• Describing oneself • Develop & express sense of self • Sociability 33.07, 33.08
• Identify a strong sense of family
• Interact in a way that is friendly

• Describing states of being • Identify problems • Self-management 0.1.4, 0.2.4, 24, 60 22.01, 22.03,
• Asking about home activities • Work within the big picture • Creative thinking 2.2.2, 2.2.3 30.01, 33.02,
• Identify community needs & • Understand an organizational 33.03
resources system (workplace
operations)
Scope and Sequence
ALL-SKILLS COMMUNICATION: LISTENING, SPEAKING, READING, WRITING

Topics, Vocabulary Functional Listening &


Chapter Grammar Writing
& Math Communication Pronunciation
• Traffic: A global problem • Simple present • Describing a problem • Listening for • Writing an e-mail or
• Culture concept: Modes tense • Describing customary information in radio instant message to
of transportation around activities news reports tell about yourself,
the world family, & personal
• Interpreting tables with appearance
number facts in millions

• Expressing ability • Can • Apologizing • Listening for • Filling out a job


• Occupations • Have to information about application form
• Looking for a job occupational skills • Writing about how to
• Responding to questions • Pronouncing can & apply for a passport,
in a simple job interview can’t marriage license, or
• Expressing obligation loan
• Invitations • Writing about what
• Applying for a driver’s you have to do this
license week

• Time • Future: Going • Asking the time • Listening for time • Writing about plans
• Months of the year to expressions for tomorrow
• Seasons • Time • Pronouncing going
• Describing future plans & expressions to & want to
intentions • Want to
• Expressing wants
• Weather forecasts
• Making predictions
• Ordinal numbers
• Time zones • Verb: To be • Describing occupation • Listening for movie • Writing an e-mail or
• Culture concept: Notions • Simple present listing information in instant message to
of time and punctuality in tense a recorded tell about plans for
different cultures • Future: Going telephone the weekend
to announcement

• Past actions & activities • Past tense: • Saying how you feel • Listening to • Writing about a party
• Ailments Regular verbs, distinguish • Writing about your
• Describing an event Introduction to statements in the meals yesterday
• Making a doctor’s irregular verbs present tense vs.
appointment the past tense
• Numbers: Interpreting a • Pronouncing past
thermometer & a dosage tense endings
cup

• Reporting past actions & • Past tense: • Giving an excuse • Listening for specific • Writing about your
activities Yes/No information to activities yesterday
• Giving reasons questions, complete a checklist
• Giving excuses Short answers, • Pronouncing Did
• Using clock times in a WH- questions, you
narrative More irregular
verbs
• Time
expressions

• Television commercials • To be: Past • Recommending • Listening to • Writing a brief


• Describing physical states tense products distinguish present autobiography about
& emotions vs. past facts major life events (born,
• Telling about the past • Using correct grew up, went to school,
• Biographies & intonation with studied, moved)
autobiographies yes/no questions • Writing about your
and WH- questions childhood (appearance,
friends, activities)

• Advertisements • Tense review • Describing products • Listening for • Writing an e-mail or


• Opposites • Adjectives • Telling about activities information in radio instant message to
• Culture concept: in the past advertisements tell about what you
Shopping around the did today
world
LIFESKILLS, TEST PREPARATION, CURRICULUM STANDARDS AND FRAMEWORKS

Lifeskills & SCANS/Employment


EFF CASAS LAUSD LCPs
Test Preparation Competencies
• Describing modes of travel to • Identify problems & • Acquire & evaluate 0.2.3, 2.2.3, 13, 24 26.01, 32.08,
work and school alternative solutions information 2.7.2, 6.8.1 33.02
• Interpreting traffic information • Respect others & value diversity • Work with cultural diversity
& other information in radio • Analyze & use information
newscasts • Understand, interpret, &
work with numbers
• Use technology & other tools
to accomplish goals
• Occupations, abilities, & skills • Develop & express sense of self • Identify human resources 0.1.2, 0.1.3, 10, 14b, 18.01, 18.02,
• Requesting permission to leave • Plan: Set a goal; Develop an (work skills) 0.2.4, 1.9.1, 42, 48, 49, 18.03, 18.06,
work organized approach of • Self-management: Assess 2.2.2, 2.5.4, 50, 51, 52, 19.01, 20.02,
• Calling to explain absence activities & objectives self accurately 2.5.7, 3.1.1, 53, 54, 57, 22.03, 26.05,
• “Help wanted” signs • Define what one is trying to • Self-esteem 3.3.3, 3.4.1, 60 27.02
• Classified ads achieve • Understand an 4.1.2, 4.1.3,
• Police/safety commands & • Interact in a way that is tactful organizational system 4.1.5, 4.1.6,
signs • Reflect & evaluate (motor vehicles department) 4.1.8, 4.3.1,
• Work within the big picture 4.4.1

• Asking & telling time • Create & pursue vision & • Identify goal-relevant 0.1.1, 0.1.2, 3, 7, 13, 25.01, 25.02,
• Congratulating goals activities 0.2.2, 0.2.4, 25, 26, 40, 25.03, 25.04,
• National holidays in the United • Make a prediction • Self-management: Set 2.3.1, 2.3.2, 60 29.03, 30.01,
States & Canada • Identify opportunities for personal goals 2.3.3, 2.7.1 33.02, 33.08
• The calendar each family member to
• Ordinal numbers experience success
• Months of the year
• Filling out a form

• Identifying time zones • Analyze & use information • Acquire & evaluate 0.2.3, 2.1.3, 13, 23, 50 19.01, 23.02,
• Identifying occupations • Understand, interpret, & work information 2.6.2, 2.7.2, 25.02, 30.02,
• Interpreting movie listings in with symbolic information • Identify human resources 4.1.8 32.08
telephone recorded • Respect others & value diversity (occupations)
announcements • Use technology & other tools • Work with cultural diversity
to accomplish goals • Responsibility
• Medical care: Parts of the body • Provide for safety & physical • Self-management 1.3.7, 2.1.2, 19, 20, 21, 22.03, 23.01,
• Ailments needs of family members and • Responsibility 2.1.8, 2.5.1, 32, 43, 44, 24.01, 24.03,
• Calling for medical appointments self 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 45, 60 24.04, 33.02
• Calling for emergency assistance • Seek & receive assistance 3.3.1, 3.3.2
• Over-the-counter medications
• Drug labels & dosages
• Filling/Refilling prescriptions
• Interpreting a Fahrenheit
thermometer
• Interpreting a dosage cup
• Apologizing for lateness at • Manage resources: Allocate • Responsibility 0.1.1, 0.1.6, 11c, 32, 19.01, 22.01,
work time • Integrity 1.3.7, 3.4.2, 47, 60 22.04, 27.01,
• Safety procedures: • Balance individual roles & • Allocate time 4.3.1 33.02
Earthquake, Clothing on fire needs with those of the
• Eye contact & gestures organization
• Develop & express sense of
self

• Basic foods & common • Promote family members’ • Self-management 0.1.3, 0.2.1, 35, 36, 60 22.01, 22.03,
containers growth & development • Serve clients/customers 0.2.4, 1.3.8, 28.01, 28.03,
• System of weights using • Develop & express sense of • Responsibility 1.6.1 32.07, 33.02,
ounces & pounds self • Self-esteem 33.03, 33.07
• Food ads • Use math to solve problems
• Learning skill: Categorizing

• Interpreting advertisements • Analyze & use information • Acquire & evaluate 0.2.3, 1.1.7, 22, 34 28.03, 33.03
• Respect others & value information 1.2.1, 1.2.5,
diversity • Work with cultural diversity 1.3.1, 2.7.2,
• Use technology & other tools 7.2.3
to accomplish goals
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