One Point – Bless you.
Easiest One point to review in my opinion. After greeting the student I simply sneeze. The English school student immediately responded with the last lesson’s one point: “Bless you.” She has a smile on her face from passing the impromptu quiz and I know that we started the lessons out on the right foot.
Routine – 7
This student was ready to start a new routine today so we moved onto number 7. It was her first time to see it so we worked through the listen and repeat section. There were a few spots that we cleaned up together and some new vocabulary that came up. She will be ready to move onto the questions in the next lesson.
Item – Directions
For review we went over the directions flash cards. She remembered most of them and was glad to be reminded of the few she had forgotten. We did a little role play using the terms to help solidify them.
One point – B38
I like this one point because it makes people think about fun things that they might like to do, rather than obligations. I simply ask “What might you do tomorrow?” as the student answers I lock it onto the bored, and ask for some more examples. Now that she had provided the material all I had to do was encourage her to say it all as one slightly more complex sentence in the form of the one point: “Tomorrow I may (A) or maybe I’ll (B).”