Get Out Now!
Ed and Bob Stout are getting ready for school. Mrs. Stout, their mother, is teaching them about basic personal hygiene. The Stout boys are good, but they are fighting over the bathroom.
“Get out of the bathroom now,” says Ed.
“No,” says Bob. “I was here first.”
“Mom says I should take a shower every day,” says Ed.
“Wait,” says Bob. “I should brush my teeth and use mouthwash.”
“Get out of the bathroom now!” shouts Ed.
“How can I finish?” shouts Bob.
“Mom, I can’t take a shower!” shouts Ed.
“Mom, I can’t use the mouthwash!” shouts Bob.
“Stop shouting, boys,” says Mrs. Stout.
“But, Mom!” shout the Stout boys.
Then Mr. Stout, their father, walks into the bathroom.
“Get out now!” shouts Mr. Stout. “It’s my turn!”
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN PHONEMIC AWARENESS INFUSION
Pronunciation of /aw/ Diphthong
Reading Infusion by: Mirtha O. Martinez (7/04)