Level Selector Tests – SS1 to SS4

SS 1 Level selector exercises

  1. Vocabulary (Dictation)-

Note:- Students must be taught the pronunciation of these words along with their meaning. These words may be taught as part of a dictation test.

Pronouns- I, you, he, she, it, we, they, this, that, these, those

Verbs- am, is, are

Gender- male, female, boy, girl

Profession and Nativity (nouns) –  student/s, teacher/s, worker/s, friends, Names (like Raghav and Anjali), indian , hyderabadi citizen . . .

Adjectives – good, bad, happy, sad, angry, intelligent, cool . . .

Phrases-From (Hyderabad/ Bangalore), 10 years old, in class 5th

Objects (nouns) – books, pencils, pens, chalks, shirts, eyes, ears, lips

  1. Grammatical exercises

Exercise 1-

Vocab: Hot, tired, heavy (Adjectives). Bag, books, cricketers, taxi driver, nurse (Nouns)

Tips: [ Samira Please suggest if any ]

Put am, is or are

  • It …… hot.
  • I ……tired.
  • This …. heavy. (Point to a nearby heavy object)
  • Those ……heavy.  (Point to some nearby heavy objects)
  • Raman and Shyam ……. cricketers.
  • I …..a taxi driver. She….a nurse.

Exercise 2-

Vocab: Tall, hungry (Adj), Teacher (Noun)

Write true sentences, positive or negative for each of the below phrases. Use am/ am not/ is/ is not/ are/are not.

  • (He tall) He is tall, He is not tall.
  • (Raman a teacher)……………………….
  • (Tanu 6 years old)…………………………..
  • (You from Hyderabad)…………………
  • (They hungry)………………..

 

  1. Self-Exercises (Focus on spoken English aspects as well)

 

Exercise 1-

            Vocab: afraid, angry, cold, hot, hungry, thirsty (Adjectives)

Ask the student to describe himself using any two adjectives you have just learnt as part of vocabulary. Eg- I am hungry. I am tired)

 

Exercise 2-

 Now write sentences about yourself.            

  • Name- I am ………….
  • Age- I………………
  • From- I……………….
  • Job- I………………..
  • Self-description- I…………………………..

    SS 2 Level selector exercises

    1. Vocabulary (Dictation)-

    Note:- Students must be taught the pronunciation of these words along with their meaning. These words may be taught as part of a dictation test.

    PRONOUNS– (I), he, she, it, this, that, these, those, they
    POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS- My, your, his, her, their, our, its

    INTERROGATIVE WORDS– who, what

    VERBS– is, are, (am)

    NOUNS
    Family Members- mother, father, grandfather, (grandmother), uncle, aunt, cousin, brother, sister, daughter
    Other common relations- friend, neighbour, classmate, teacher, student, niece, doctor
    Common Objects- pen, pencil, chalk, table, chair, kite, book, bag, hat, bookshelf, remote, TV, bicycle, garden, camera
    Others- name, age, class, height, inches, feet, weight, kg, school, dog, language, city,

    ADJECTIVES– elder, younger

    1. Grammatical exercises –

    Exercise 1-

    Fill in the blanks with my, her,

    1. (Teacher can point to her own book )
      This is _____ book.
    2. (Teacher can point to a girl and her book.)
      This is _____. That is _____ book.

    Exercise 2-

    Replace the underlined words with the correct pronouns.                      

    This is Mrs.Sharma. Mrs. Sharma(1) is a teacher. Ritesh is Rita’s(2) neighbour. Ritesh(3) has 2 children- Rohan and Mohan. Rohan and Mohan(4) go to school everyday. Mrs.Sharma helps Rohan and Mohan(5) with Rohan and Mohan’s(6) homework.

    1. _________
    2. _________
    3. _________
    4. _________
    5. _________
    6. _________

     

    Exercise 3-

     

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    The teacher can draw a family tree similar to the following picture

    1. Kusum is Minku’s ________(mother/grandmother). _____(She/he) is ___________ (Rina’s/Keshav’s)wife.
    2. Tinku is Jyoti’s ________(daughter/niece). _____ (his/her)father is Rajesh.
    3. Who is Kishor’s son?

     

    1. Self Exercise (Focus on spoken English aspect)

    Exercise 1-

    Answer these questions

    1. What is your name?
    2. What is your school’s name?
    3. What is your best friend’s name?
    4. Is your city Hyderabad?
    5. What is your height?
    6. Is your language Kannada?

    SS 3 Level selector exercises

    1. Vocabulary (Dictation)-

    PRONOUNS- (I), he, she, it, this, that, these, those, they

    POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS- My, your, his, her, their, our, its

    NOUNS-

    Body Parts- tooth, nose, ear, leg, hair, neck, face, eye, arm, shoulder, cheeks, nails,

    Others- home, bag, health, shirt, school, room, earring, building, shoes, hat, lunch, moustache, size, shape, colour, weight, height, old

    ADJECTIVES- white, black, cute, long, short, beautiful, ugly, happy, sad, small, big, good, bad,  medium, large, (COLOURS)red, black, brown (teacher may also teach some more colours like white, blue, yellow, green, purple, orange, pink), straight, curved, chubby, weak, messy, light (opposite of heavy), missing, gold, silver, square, round, silly,  fancy, dark, new

    INTERROGATIVE WORD- how

    1. Grammatical exercises –

    Exercise 1-

    Write true sentences, positive or negative. Use is/ is not/ are/are not.

     

    1. My hair ….. long.
    2. My teeth …… white.
    3. My hair …….. straight.
    4. My cheeks …… chubby.
    5. My hair …….. brown.
    6. My nose ………long.
    7. My face ……. beautiful.
    8. My eyes …….weak.

     

     

    Exercise 2-

    Fill in the blanks using is/are. Then choose the correct option from the words in bold.

    1. Tanu’s nails ……… long/tall. (Point to someone with long nails)
    2. Raj ……. handsome/beautiful. ( Point to any boy)
    3. Vivaan ……. tall/long. ( Point out to a tall student)

      

    Exercise 3-

    Write the opposite of the underlined words using the given words.

    [ young, heavy, sad, long]

    1. The bag is light.
    2. Kabir chacha is old.
    3. His hair is short.
    4. I am happy.

     

    1. Self Exercise (Focus on spoken English aspect)

     

    Exercise 1-

    Tell 5 sentences about yourself, describing your- hair, height, eyes, shoes, grandfather.


    SS 4 Level selector exercises

    1. Vocabulary (Dictation)-

    PRONOUNS- (I), he, she, it, this, that, these, those, they

    POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS- My, your, his, her, their, our, its

    NOUNS-Pencil box, family, hometown, floor

    FROM PREVIOUS SENTENCE STRUCTURES– pen, bag, home, mother, father, brother, school, class, age, size, colour, height, weight, cousin, classmate, neighbour, tooth

    VERB- is, are, am,

    PREPOSITIONS– at, on, in above, below, inside, outside, with, without, behind, in front of, near, far, under

    1. Grammatical exercises –

    Exercise 1-

    1. Where is my book? (Teacher can point to her book kept on a table)
    2. Where is ____ sitting?(Point out to any student)

    The teacher can stack books and then ask questions to know the position of each book.

    If feasible, students can be made to do activities for this SS.

    • Pin the tail. Blindfold one student and ask him to stick a tail to an animal drawn on the board (or any object)
    • Treasure hunt. Give a list of clues to find objects.

     

    1. Self Exercise (Focus on spoken English aspect)

    Exercise1-

    Spell your name. Then make 3 sentences using – between, before, next to.


     

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