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Canada Post's excuse for not delivering a package to a Vancouver-area home: 'Bear at door' What to Include when Writing a Summary. Application forms fill out basic forms English. What will I learn from the English lesson filling out baisc application forms?
During this this English lesson you will start learning how to fill out basic English application forms using your own name, address,email address, nationality, home and mobile phone number, date of birth and your age. Why do I need to learn application forms. Application form are used for many things such as jobs, or joining a club, bank there are many things they are needed for, by the end of the lesson you will be able to fill out forms in English as well. First Name Jean Second name Sarah Last name Smith Address: number 102 Street Oxford road Town Watford City London Post code AH4 9LW Home telephone: 0203, 0207, 0208 Mobile phone: 0789 0425 1111 Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org Sex: Male male or Female Nationality English Date if birth: 14 / 04 / 73 Age: 38 Marital status: single / Married / Divorced / Widowed = married (circle which one you are or write on the end) Occupation: Student *** Hint *** example:-
What's Your Learning Style? The Learning Styles. What's Your Learning Style?
The Learning Styles Auditory If you are an auditory learner, you learn by hearing and listening. You understand and remember things you have heard. You store information by the way it sounds, and you have an easier time understanding spoken instructions than written ones. As an auditory learner, you probably hum or talk to yourself or others if you become bored. Here are some things that auditory learners like you can do to learn better. Sit where you can hear. Remember that you need to hear things, not just see things, in order to learn well. Visual. Self-directed learning: a four step process. Lesson plans (1) Listening Levels 5 and 6. Pictures of Prime Ministers.
Immigration Research. Facts and figures 2013. Canada's annual intake of 250,000 immigrants is far too high and makes no sense. Spelling Test 5. Spelling Test 3. Spelling Test 2. Listening 5 Comprehending Information CDA. Writing Benchmark 4 Rogers. Spelling Test 1. Employee emergency contact information form Success. Adjectives. PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE. ESL News and CBC News - ESL Audio & Computer - Vancouver Community College. Sp2_pronpuzz.pdf. Needs Assessment Pre. WHAT ARE THEY DOING photo. Present Continuous - Progressive. Doing It Right ESL/EFL Writing and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 30 Minutes This enjoyable worksheet is perfect for teaching your students about the present continuous (progressive) tense.
To begin the students are presented with twelve pictures of everyday activities. The students write sentences describing what the people in the pictures are doing using the present continuous tense. After that, the students work with a partner and practice asking and answering questions about what people are doing. Doing It Right.PDF Guess what I'm doing ESL/EFL Speaking and Miming Activity - Elementary - 25 Minutes You can use this entertaining miming game to teach or review the present continuous (progressive) tense. Guess what I'm doing.PDF Guess Who? ESL/EFL Speaking and Activity - Elementary - 20 Minutes In this challenging speaking task, students use present continuous yes/no questions to guess a mystery person. Guess Who?. Illustrations ESL/EFL Drawing and Speaking Activity - Elementary - 25 Minutes. ESL Grammar Worksheets: Present Continuous Tense (1) Super Synonyms Sheet. Our Super Synonyms Sheet features lots of the most common nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs, along with synonyms for each.
The sheet includes over 300 words that children can use in their writing! The sheet also explains what nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs are in case children have forgotten. Print and laminate this resource and put copies out on tables so that your pupils can refer to them when they are writing. The poster could also be used as a teaching tool. Show it on a large display and discuss the words featured. III A AssessingLearnerNeeds.
Newsletter writing. Verb Tenses. Simple Grammar. Creative Writing. Sentence Structure. Citizenship/Government.