Note Japan's English Textbook for Elementary School Students
I am currently teaching in Japan, and there has been a lot of talk
about the Eigo Notebook. The Eigo Note is the textbook/curriculum
that will be used in Japanese Elementary schools. I am just starting
this page, but below I will list Dream English Free Materials that
can be used along with each Lesson of the Eigo Notebook. I hope
you will find this page useful, and I plan to add more as I learn
more about the curriculum. Happy Teaching!
suggestions are to supplement the Expressions portion of the curriculum,
all materials are free to download and use in your class:
Notebook 5th Grade Curriculum:
1 Expressions: What's Your Name? My name is Ken. Nice to meet you.
The Dream English song What's Your
Name? contains all of these expressions download
the free mp3 and lesson ideas here.
Lesson 2 Expressions: How are you? I'm Happy.
The Dream English Song How
are You? I'm Happy contains these expressions and more download
the free mp3 here. There are also matching flash cards on the
You may also want to try the Feelings Chants, you
can download those here.
has a free printable "How are you?" book with matching
Lesson 3 Expressions: How Many? Five.
Learn to count with the Let's Count Song
or the One Fish Song with matching flashcards.
has a free printable counting book.
Lesson 4 Expressions: Do you like apples? Yes, I do/No,
I don't. I like bananas. Thank you.
Like Apples song has the expression, " I like Bananas"
The page also has fruit flashcards
has a free printable "I Liike Apples" book with matching
Lesson 5 Expressions: I don't like blue.
Download the free "I
don't like red" colors chant here.
6 Expressions: What do you want? Melon, please.
Lesson 7 Expressions: What's this? It's a pencil.
Downlod the free "What's
this? It's a pencil" chant for free here.
Lesson 8 and 9 Materials Coming Soon!
Notebook 6th Grade Curriculum: Coming Soon!
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Also, feel free to email me with any questions!
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