Fluency | Responding to Simple Commands with Emphasis on Stress and Intonation


Welcome to class!

Hello, wonderful learners! 🌟 In today’s class, we’re going to become language champions by mastering “Fluency.” Get ready to respond to commands with style, using the magic of stress and intonation.

Fluency | Responding to Simple Commands with Emphasis on Stress and Intonation

Fluency | Responding to Simple Commands with Emphasis on Stress and Intonation

Let’s Begin:

Imagine we’re language superheroes, adding flair to our words! 💥✨ Today, we’ll learn how to respond to commands in a way that sounds super cool. 

Responding with Emphasis:

When someone gives you a command, you can reply in a way that shows you’re excited or ready to do it. Let’s practice:

Command: “Jump!”

Response: “Sure, I’ll jump!”

Command: “Read this book.”

Response: “Of course, I’ll read this book!”

Stress and Intonation Magic:

Stress and Intonation Magic

Notice how we stressed the important words and used intonation to make our response interesting. You’re giving your words a special melody!

Being a Command Pro:

Imagine you’re a captain on a ship! Respond to these commands with the perfect stress and intonation:

“Pass me the treasure map.”

“Paint the star in the sky.”

“Give me the money case”

“Here is the Holy Bible”

Imagine the Scene:

You’re an actor on a stage, delivering lines with flair! Say, “I’m ready for my close-up, Mr. Director.” Feel the way stress and intonation make your words come alive!

Try saying these sentences, adding your own style to each one:

“I want a big scoop of ice cream.”

“Tell me a funny joke, please.”

“Can you draw a picture of a flying dragon?” 

Fluency Fiesta:

Fluency Fiesta

Imagine you’re hosting a fluency fiesta! Say, “Welcome to the most amazing party ever!” Can you feel the excitement your words bring to the fiesta?

In conclusion, today, we transformed into fluency champs, learning how to respond to commands with stress and intonation, By turning your words into a symphony!

Evaluation and Questions:

Can you create a sentence where you’re asking someone to “sing a song”? Make it sound super exciting with stress and intonation!

Weekend Assignment:

Over the weekend, chat with your family using your new fluency skills. I want you to notice how your words dance with stress and intonation!

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Fluency | Reading simple sentences with appropriate stress and intonation.

In case you require further assistance or have any questions, feel free to ask in the comment section below, and trust us to respond as soon as possible. Cheers!

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