Unit 1 Why do you have cups on your heads?
Activity 1. Look, listen and say.
Where’s my bag?
Is it on your bed?
No, it isn’t.
Why can’t I see it?
Oh, it’s under my bed.
Activity 2. Listen and read.
Sam came into the classroom and saw some classmates there.
They had cups on their heads.
“Why do you have cups on your heads? Why are you laughing?” he asked.
Daming told him the story.
They planned to play a baseball game.
Amy asked Lingling to bring some caps for the game.
But Lingling brought some cups.
They all laughed.
Then they put the cups on their heads and laughed more.
“It’s easy to make mistakes with English words,” he said.
“I make lots of mistakes with Chinese words, too.
Now look, what’s in my bag?”
Sam opened his bag.
There were baseball caps!
“Hooray!” everyone shouted.
They put the caps on.
Then they went to the playground and played baseball together.
Activity 3. Listen and say.
Why do you have cups on your heads?
It’s easy to make mistakes with English words.