Matrix-ADEPT curriculum map -5 levels
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Beginning Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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VerbsPresent tense: be, have, like need, want
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Present Progressive StatementsE
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Imperative (receptive)R
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Auxiliary : can
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Nouns & ArticlesCommon Singular Nouns & ArticlesR
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PronounsSubject Pronouns
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Possessive PronounsR
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Beginning Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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PrepositionsLocation: on, off, in, outR
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Direction: up, down
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ConjunctionsTo combine: andR
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AdjectivesPlacementR
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Concrete Descriptive adjectivesR
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Adverbs
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E. Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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VerbsPresent Tense: be, do, have, need, see, know, run, draw, makeR2, E2
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Present Progressive Statements & QuestionsR2, E2, R3
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Past Progressive Statements & Questions: was, wereR2
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Routine Statements & Questions: who, what, where, when, howR2
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Statements & Questions: there is, there are
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Future Tense Statements & Questions: going to, willE2
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Imperatives
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Auxiliary Statements & Questions: do, canR2
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E. Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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Nouns & ArticlesCommon Singular and Plural Nouns & ArticlesR2
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Collective Nouns
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Difficult Plurals
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PronounsObject Pronouns: me, you, her, him, it, us, themR2, E2
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Possessive Pronouns: her, his, our, theirR2, R3
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Demonstrative Pronouns: Is this, This is
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PrepositionsLocation: inside, outside, at, next to, beside, etc.E2
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Direction: over, under, through, across, etc.
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Time: before, after
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E. Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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ConjunctionsTo combine: and, both
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To contrast: or
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AdjectivesOrdinal Numbers
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Descriptive
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Comparatives: -erR2
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Superlatives: -estR2
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Antonyms: tall/short, slow/fast
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AdverbsAdverbs with -ly in routine expressions
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Adverbs of time: yesterday, today, tomorrow
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Formula Phrases with "very"- very good, very bad
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Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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VerbsRegular & Irregular Present & Past Tense in Positive & Negative Statements & Questions R2, R3, E3
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Negative Present and Past ProgressiveR2, R3, E4
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Contractions: I'm, she's, I'll, etc.
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Present Perfect Tense in Routine Statements & Questions: have/has + past participleE3
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Formulating Questions (present, past, future) w/ who, what, where, when, etc.
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Formulating Questions (present, past, future) w/ who, what, where, etc. + do/doesE3
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Statements and Questions w/ there was, there were
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Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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VerbsImperatives: ex. Stop doing that, please.E3
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Auxiliary Verbs: may, might, must, should, could, would
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Exclamations: ex. What a great idea!
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Simple Idioms
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Nouns & ArticlesArticles for specific & general nouns: the best song/ a good song
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Uncountable Nouns
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Possessive NounsR3
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Collective Nouns
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Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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Nouns & ArticlesIrregular Plurals: fish, teeth, etc
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Derivational Nouns: sad/sadness
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PronounsDemonstrative Pronouns: this, that, these, those
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Possessive Pronouns: my/mine, your/yours, etc.
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Questions w/ whose & which
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PrepositionsLocation: to the right of, in the middle of, etc.
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Direction: to, from, toward, into, out of, etc.
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Time: at (certain time), on (certain day of the week), etc.
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ConjunctionsTo Explain: because
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Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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ConjunctionsTo Contrast: but
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To show Cause/Effect: so, because, etc.
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AdjectivesQuantities: few, lot, many
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Comparative & Superlative Adjectives with special forms: good, better, best, etc.
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Multiple Adjectives: dry, brown soil
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Demonstrative Adjectives: this, that, these, those
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Derivational: noun to adjective, care/careful
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Synonyms & Antonyms: nice, likeable, mean, evil
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Intermediate Level
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Part of SpeechTested on ADEPTResources/Lessonsdates taughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errorsdates retaughtAssessment: type & date# of Students w/ errors
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AdverbsAdverbs with lyE4
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Adverbs without ly: well, very, too, enoughR3
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To Describe Frequency: always, never, sometimes
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Common verb + too: Can I come, too?
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Extend Speech for specificity: Yesterday we walked slowly through….
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Modify an Adjective: I was very late.
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E. Advanced Level
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