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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (18m)
    • 1. Skillshareesl1intro

      2:44
    • 2. Greetings1

      2:31
    • 3. Greetings2

      2:58
    • 4. Greetings 3

      3:04
    • 5. Greetings 4

      2:59
    • 6. Greeting 5

      2:27
    • 7. Greetings puppet show

      1:00
    • 8. Project greetings

      0:39
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About This Class

ESL Beginners: Kids Learning English - Greetings

This class contains beginners ESL lessons on greetings. The videos in this class provide parents and children plus teachers and students an exciting opportunity to engage in English for the first time.Ā 

Who should take this ESL course?

In this course your student or child will learn the basics of ESL. It is a great way to get a jump start on any class they might be taking at school. It is intended for ESL beginners. If your child already has a foundation of English language skills, this course will be too basic for them. ESL Beginners: Kids Learning English is a great course for students who are just starting their journey into learning English. As this class is geared towards younger students, this class may be to childish for older students.Ā 

Why take this ESL course?

  • If your student or child is a little nervous about learning English, this course provides a great opportunity to gain confidence.

  • Your student or child will learn the basics of ESL by participating in videos aboutĀ greetings.Ā 

  • This ESL class is short enough to hold the attention of most students and easy enough to be achievable by beginners.Ā 

What will your student or child learn in this ESLĀ course?

  • Conversation patterns
  • Introductions
  • Simple answers
  • Ice breaker questions
  • Basic greetings

Meet Your Teacher

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Scott Grierson

I teach ESL, math, and crochet

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Transcripts

1. Skillshareesl1intro: Welcome to eso. Beginners, kids learning English. My name is Teacher Scott, and this class is all about greetings. We provide videos for parents and teachers to help beginner eso students. In this class, students will learn basic introductions and greetings as well as ice breaker questions like How are you? How old are you? Where do you live? And much, much, much more. This class is a great way for new students to gain confidence. Speaking English. It's a perfect class for parents and Children or teachers of new students. Write. This class really is just for beginners. So if the student already has a decent base of English, this class will probably be too easy for them. And adult learned. We'll probably find this class a bit childish. We have a Superfund project planned for the end of this class. Students will get to make an introductory video for my friend Andy. Hello, this is Andy, right? Stones will get to tell Andy a little bit about themselves and ask Andy a few questions so I can't wait to have you along on this journey, and I'll catch up with you soon. Bye. For now, 2. Greetings1: Hello. My name is Teacher Scott. And this is Greetings number one. Welcome. Hello. Hi. Hello. Hi. Very good. My name is Teacher Scott. Ready? My name is Let's try. My name is good. My name is Teacher Scott. What is your name? Mm. My name is great job. My name is Teacher Scott. What is your name? Awesome. My name is very good. We say nice to meet you. Okay. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Great job. Nice to meet you. Very, very good. And though Hello? My name is Andy. What is your name? My name is Abigail. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. Great job, everyone. One more time. Hello. Hi. My name is good. Nice to meet you. Great job. See you next time. Bye bye. 3. Greetings2: Welcome back. My name is Teacher Scott. This is Greetings number two. Let's get started. Mm. How are you? Ready? How? Yeah, you Very good. How are you? Excellent. How are you? Very, very good. Who? Lets see. We could be happy. Good, sad, angry. Fine. Great job. Happy, sad, angry. Fine. Happy, sad. Angry. Fine. Very, very good. Let's see if you remember. Yeah. Do you? Sad? Good job. Sad You. Fine. Fine. Good. Ah, angry. Very good. And finally happy. Yeah. Happy. Great job. Let's try to use it. I am. I am. I am happy. Can you say I am happy? Very good. I am angry. Great. I am fine. Wonderful. And I am Suit. Ah grea job everyone. Thank you. Hello. Hello. How are you? I am happy. Thank you. How are you? I am happy. We are happy. Happy, happy, Happy. Great job, boys and girls. I'll see you next time. Bye. For now 4. Greetings 3: Welcome back. My name is Teacher Scott. And this is Greetings number three. Let's get started. Yeah, All right. Today we will learn. How old are you? How old or you? Good. How old are you? Excellent. Great job. Try it together. Ready? How old are you? Good try. How old are you? Very good. I am 39. How old are you? Are you one to three? Four, five, six, seven Hey, nine or 10? I want to know. How old are you? We can say I am years old. So maybe I am six years old. Let's try. I am six years old. Very good. Maybe we are four years old. I am four years old. Reach up one more time. I am five years old. It struck. I am five years old. Excellent job. I am five years old. Yeah. Great job. Very good. Hello. Hello. How old are you? I am four years old. How old are you? I am five years old. With that great job, boys and girls. That was awesome. I will see you next time. Bye bye. 5. Greetings 4: Welcome back. My name is Teacher Scott. And this is Greetings number four. Wow, Let's get started. Woo! When someone is nice, you can say thank you. Thank you. Let's try. Thank you. Good. Thank you. Great job. And after they say thank you we say you are welcome. You are welcome. You Oh, are well. Come. Good. You are welcome. Great job. Let's try together. Thank you. You are welcome. Thank you. You are welcome. Very good. Thank you. You are welcome. Great job. Hello, Andy. Hello, Abigail. Thank you. You are welcome. Great job, boys and girls. Let's learn how to say good bye. OK, good bye. Goodbye. Good bye. Yeah. Goodbye. Goodbye. Goodbye. Yeah, We could also say bye bye. My bar. Bye bye. Very, very good. And my favorite. See you next time. See you next time. Very good. See you next time. Yeah. See you next time. Great job. Goodbye And the bye Bye. See you next time. See you next time. Five. Well done, everyone. That's it for today. Goodbye for now. See you next time. By 6. Greeting 5: Welcome back. My name is Teacher Scott. And this is Greetings number five. Let's get started. We're going to learn where we live. Where do you live? Mm. I live in America. Where do you live? Where do you live? Good job. Where do you live? Good try. Where do you live? Grea job? We could live in America or I live in South Korea. Great. I live in America. Good. Where do you live? Mm. I don't know. Let's sit. I live in America. I live in China. I live in Mexico. I live in New York City. I live in Paris. I live in Seoul. Great job, boys and girls. Ah, Hello. Hello. Where do you live? I live in California. Where do you live? I lived in Japan. Yeah. Great job, everyone. You did so well. I will see you next time. Bye bye. 7. Greetings puppet show: Uh, hello. Hello. My name is Andy. What is your name? My name is Abigail. Nice to meet you. How are you? I am happy. How are you? I am fine. Thank you. You are welcome. How old are you? I am five years old. How old are you? I am six years old. Where do you live? I live in China. Where do you live? I live in America. See you next time. Goodbye by I. 8. Project greetings: Congratulations. Hey, you made it all the way to the project. Great job in this project. I'd like your student to make a 32nd video where you introduce yourself to my friend Andy. Hi. You can sell Andy where you live. What's your name? How old you are, all those fun things. And then ask Andy a few questions in a short 32nd video. We'd love to take a look and sharing with our friends. Right, Andy? So go ahead and get started on your project now and say hi to Andy for me. Bye. For now, Yeah.