Videos Hurray-Hurrah For Broccoli I Love My Hair Fifth Harmony: That's Music Aloe Blacc: Everyday Hero Letter of the Day: A Want to Become a Rapid E-Learning Pro? Then Check Out All of These PowerPoint Tips I’ve been doing this PowerPoint stuff for so long that I often think the tips I share are common knowledge and everyone knows them. But every time I do a workshop, I’m reminded that what may be old to me is often new to others. Over the years I’ve shared all sorts of PowerPoint tips and tricks. Explanations, Examples, Exercises in English grammar for ESL students and teachers JOIN THE ESLgold COMMUNITY We will enter you into the drawing for the iPod on Dec 31st and add you to our monthly newsletter. Welcome! Skills Speaking Listening
ESL,English Interactive Grammar Fun Games This page contains all your Interactive Fun English Grammar Games and Puzzles for a more enjoyable learning experience. Games feature: Hangman, Snakes & Ladders, Football Games, Basketball, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Quiz Shows, Spelling Games, Memory games and more. Puzzles include: Crossword Puzzles, Word Search Puzzles, Cloze Exercises. This is your games directory. Present Tenses Games Teach Kids to Read with Phonics - Materials for Teaching Phonics
Must and Should for beginners I have recently written a post on Modal verbs. This post was aimed at intermediate students and it demonstrated the usage and meaning of all the modal verbs in present and past tenses. This post deals only with the basic usage of the modal verbs SHOULD and MUST. You can find here a graphical presentation of the usage of the verbs SHOULD and MUST and several completely new games to practise the usage of these verbs. SHOULD and MUST – mind map Here is the graphical presentation of the two modal verbs: ADVERT: rules The objective is to talk about the chores ONE of the characters (Lisa, Tom, Kate, Ben, and Jane) does and how often he/she does them. Make 4 or 5 groups. Give the following grid to each group: grid. Players can choose a character from the start but they can also change their minds while playing. Players can move forwards and backwards on the board.
Grammaropolis I express action. I express a state of being. In those examples, played passes its action to the object “basketball,” and climbed passes its action to the object “mountain.” In those examples, there are no objects after danced or slept, so the verbs are intransitive. Transitive:
April 29, 1992 (Miami) by Sublime Lyrics (I don't know if you can, but can you get an order for Ons, that's O-N-S,Junior Market, the address is 1934 East Anaheim, all the windows areBusted out,... if he wants to) April 26th, 1992There was a riot on the streetsTell me where were you?You were sittin' home watchin' your TVWhile I was participating in some anarchyFirst spot we hit it was my liquor storeI finally got all that alcohol I can't affordWith red lights flashin', time to retireAnd then we turned that liquor store into a structure fireNext stop we hit, it was the music shop,It only took one brick to make the window dropFinally we got our own P.A.Where do you think I got this guitar that you're hearing today? (Call fire... respond Mobil station. Alamidos in Anaheim, it's uhh flaming up good) (Units be advised of an attempt 211 to arrest now at 938 Temple, 9-3-8Temple, many subjects with bats trying to get inside the CB's House, they're trying to kill him)
Virtual Puzzle - Museum of Tolerance New York The Museum of Tolerance New York was pleased to participate in the third annual NYC’s Respect for All (RFA) week from February 13th-17th, 2012. Citywide activities and events during this week promoted tolerance, diversity, and respect for all. During RAF week, all students who visited the MOTNY were asked to participate in the creation of a Respect for All puzzle. Students were given their own puzzle piece and asked to write what they feel makes them unique, be it cultural background, personal strengths or future aspirations.