Grade 2 English "Preparing to Build" Set

Grade 2 English

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Preparing to Build contains 6 units and a short dictionary. Each unit has 25 lessons and closes with review lessons, an extra activity, and a poem. (Unit 6, as a supplementary unit, does not follow this pattern.)

The book teaches the concept of a sentence as the expression of a complete thought. Basic concepts of nouns, verbs, pronouns, and adjectives are studied. The paragraph is introduced. The supplementary unit teaches alphabetical order and basic dictionary skills.

The teacher's manual suggests ways for the teacher to present each lesson and supplies the answers for the various exercises and unit tests.

A separate test booklet provides tests for each of the first 5 units.

Table of Contents

Unit I - Learning About Sentences

  • 1. What is a Sentence?
  • 2. Phrases
  • 3. The Telling Sentence
  • 4. The Asking Sentence
  • 5. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 6. Starting Sentences Correctly
  • 7. Beginning and Ending Sentences
  • 8. Making Sentences
  • 9. Making More Sentences
  • 10. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 11. Building More Sentences
  • 12. Writing What We Know
  • 13. Writing More Sentences
  • 14. Answering Questions
  • 15. Reviewing What We have Learned
  • 16. More About Answering Questions
  • 17. Writing Our Answers
  • 18. Changing Word Order
  • 19. Writing More Answers
  • 20. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 21. A Proper Order
  • 22. Putting Words in Order
  • 23. Making Sentences
  • 24. Writing More Sentences
  • 25. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • Review One
  • Review Two
  • Extra Activity
  • A Poem to Enjoy

Unit II - Basic Building Blocks of Our Language

  • 1. Naming Words
  • 2. Nouns
  • 3. Nouns That Tell Who
  • 4. Nouns That Tell What
  • 5. Reviewing What we Have Learned
  • 6. Telling Who and What
  • 7. Nouns That Tell What Place
  • 8. Who, What, and What Place
  • 9. Finding Nouns as We Read
  • 10. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 11. Writing Names of People
  • 12. Writing Names of Places
  • 13. Writing Proper Nouns
  • 14. Recognizing Proper Nouns
  • 15. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 16. Doing Words
  • 17. Verbs
  • 18. Finding Verbs
  • 19. Using Verbs
  • 20. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 21. Finding Nouns and Verbs
  • 22. Completing Sentences
  • 23. Building Sentences
  • 24. Looking at Sentences
  • 25. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • Review One
  • Review Two
  • Extra Activity
  • A Poem to Enjoy

Unit III - Pronouns: Another Building Block of English

  • 1. Words That Stand for Nouns
  • 2. More About I and Me
  • 3. You
  • 4. The Pronoun It
  • 5. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 6. He and Him
  • 7. More About He and Him
  • 8. She and Her
  • 9. More Practice With She and Her
  • 10. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 11. We and Us
  • 12. We and I, Us and Me
  • 13. They and Them
  • 14. More Practice With They and Them
  • 15. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 16. One and More Than One
  • 17. Using You for One or More
  • 18. He, She, It, and They
  • 19. Telling About More Than One
  • 20. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 21. Using Pronouns Correctly
  • 22. More Practice With I and Me
  • 23. Using Nouns and Pronouns
  • 24. More Practice With Nouns and Pronouns
  • 25. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • Review One
  • Review Two
  • Extra Activity
  • A Poem to Enjoy

Unit IV - Meeting More Building Blocks of

  • 1. Telling About Nouns
  • 2. Describing Nouns
  • 3. What Color Is It?
  • 4. Answering Questions With Adjectives
  • 5. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 6. Working With Adjectives
  • 7. Describing What We See
  • 8. Describing What We Hear
  • 9. Using Adjectives
  • 10. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 11. Building Better Sentences
  • 12. How Many?
  • 13. Saying What We Mean
  • 14. Using Words in Correct Order
  • 15. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 16. Meeting More Verbs
  • 17. Was and Were
  • 18. Present and Past
  • 19. More Work With Present and Past
  • 20. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 21. Have and Has
  • 22. Have, Has, and Had
  • 23. Thinking About Verbs
  • 24. More Practice With Verbs
  • 25. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • Review One
  • Review Two
  • Extra Activity
  • A Poem to Enjoy

Unit V - Using Our Language

  • 1. What Is a Paragraph?
  • 2. What the Paragraph is About
  • 3. Finding the Subject of a Paragraph
  • 4. More Practice Finding the Subject
  • 5. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 6. Finding the Paragraph's Subject
  • 7. More Work Finding the Subject
  • 8. Writing Sentences in Order
  • 9. More Practice With Sentence Order
  • 10. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 11. Sentences That Do Not Belong
  • 12. Thinking About Things We See
  • 13. Thinking About Things We Hear
  • 14. Thinking About Things We Feel
  • 15. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 16. Writing About What We See
  • 17. Writing About What We Hear
  • 18. Writing About What We Feel
  • 19. Seeing, Hearing, and Feeling
  • 20. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • 21. Rhyming Words
  • 22. Using Rhyming Words
  • 23. Finishing a Rhyme
  • 24. Writing a Poem
  • 25. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • Review One
  • Review Two
  • Extra Activity
  • A Poem to Enjoy

Unit VI - Building Our Vocabulary

  • 1. Alphabetical Order
  • 2. More Work With Alphabetical Order
  • 3. More Alphabet Practice
  • 4. When Words Begin With the Same Letters
  • 5. More Practice With Alphabetical Order
  • 6. When the First Two Letters Are the Same
  • 7. Using Alphabetical Order
  • 8. Writing Names in Alphabetical Order
  • 9. More Practice Writing Names in Alphabetical Order
  • 10. Reviewing Alphabetical Order
  • 11. Meeting the Dictionary
  • 12. Finding Correct Pronunciation
  • 13. Finding Word Meanings
  • 14. More Practice Finding Definitions
  • 15. Words Used in the Bible
  • 16. Words That Sound the Same
  • 17. More Words That Sound the Same
  • 18. Words That Mean the Same
  • 19. Using Words That Mean the Same
  • 20. Choosing More Exact Words
  • 21. More Practice Choosing Exact Words
  • 22. Words That Tell How We Move
  • 23. Words That Are Opposites
  • 24. Practice With Opposites
  • 25. Reviewing What We Have Learned
  • Pronunciation Key
  • Dictionary