Read the Label
Ted and Dan are sick today. Ted is looking for an over-the-counter medicine at the pharmacy. Dan is getting a refill of his prescription tablets. The men read the directions on the labels. First, they read the correct dosage. Ted takes one tablespoon of his medicine with every meal. Ted gets seventy (70) tablets. The label has an expiration date of 7/21/16. Dan takes two tablets daily on an empty stomach. Dan gets seventy (70) tablets in a plastic medicine bottle. Dan’s medication has an expiration date of 8/29/16. Ted and Dan read all of the labels. The labels have a warning, too. Both medicines make you dizzy. They don’t drive home. Ted and Dan take a taxi together. Now they feel better.
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN PHONEMIC AWARENESS INFUSION
Pronunciation of /t/ and /d/ Consonants
Reading Infusion by: Mirtha O. Martinez (7/04)