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Pray for Paris (Week 47)

Pray for Paris (Week 47)
With all respect for the victims and the people in Paris, we will, the coming week, let the work with Stonehenge rest, and instead talk about humanity and respect. We will:listen to Madonna´s speach during her concert in Stockholmanalyse her speach - what is the message?watch the clip The story of Human Rightsread the articles: After horror, Paris is left reeling, Many dead in attacks in Paris, This tweet explains why it´s horrible to blame refugees, and finally the Swedish text Vi kommer alltid att ha Paris. We will later on discuss the following questions.. Can violence ever be accepted? Related:  Engelska 2

Facts about England National Symbol and flag England is in north-west Europe and is in the southern part of Great Britain. It is an island country and also part of the United Kingdom (UK) . England is the largest country in Great Britain and the UK. Nearly 84% of the population of the UK lives in England, mainly in the major cities and metropolitan areas. England has not had a separate political identity since 1707, when Great Britain was established as a political entity. England is only 35 km from France and is now linked by a tunnel under the English Channel. The south of England is mostly low-lying land, with hills and agricultural land and the north of England is mostly covered in moorland and mountains. The author of the Harry Potter books, JK Rowling, was born in Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, England. Why and How does England dominate the UK? Find out what England is famous for English Stereotypes English Symbols Why does England dominate the UK? What is Great Britain? Find out about Great Britain

The Precious First Few Minutes Of Class The Precious First Few Minutes Of Class by Suzy Pepper Rollins Students file into class. “Your warm-up is on the board,” we announce. More minutes pass, as students dump out backpacks and empty pockets in a panicked search for a scrap of paper they swear was secured last night. But the opening minutes are also the time when students’ brains are their freshest and they tend to remember more of what’s been taught during this period than any other time of the learning episode. These precious minutes can quickly establish a prior knowledge connection, vital to maximizing learning. Rather than begin class with a passive warm-up, success starters have the power to get every student motivated about the lesson and successful right from the bell. We’ve shared 12 Interesting Ways To Start Class Tomorrow before. 4 Easy Teaching Warm-Ups To Start Class Tomorrow 1. Create facts and fibs about the upcoming topic on strips of paper. 2. Tackling a piece of text about a character in a tough predicament?

English Grammar: a complete guide Do you have a question about the correct usage of the semicolon or how to place adverbs in a sentence? If so, you've come to the right place. is a complete English grammar guide filled with the rules of English usage. Each grammatical rule is explained in plain English with several examples, and when needed, counter-examples. The grammatical rules covered by this guide are categorized below. English grammar is not always easy to understand, but by using this guide you should be able to remind yourself of the rules of English usage and speak or write English with confidence. Nouns Nouns are people, places, or things, They tell us what we are talking about. Adjectives Adjectives modify, or describe, nouns. Adverbs Adverbs modify adjectives, verbs, or other adverbs. Determiners Articles, quantifiers, and other determiners modify nouns. Verbs & Verb Tenses Verbs are action words. Speech When we report what someone says, we can cite the person directly or indirectly. Punctuation

English Grammar Blog - Stay posted when grammar rules change! Easy English Times Christmas Stories Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays from American Literature! Enjoy Christmas with your family! Here are some favorite Christmas stories for you and your family to enjoy this holiday season. The Little Match Girl - Hans Christian Andersen The Gift of the Magi - O. Merry Christmas - Stephen Leacock Papa Panov's Special Christmas - Leo Tolstoy The Elves and the Shoemaker - The Brothers Grimm The Other Wise Man - Henry Van Dyke The First Christmas Tree - Henry Van Dyke A Kindapped Santa Claus - L. The Last Dream of Old Oak - Hans Christian Andersen 'Twas the Night before Christmas - Clement Clarke Moore The Christmas Masquerade - Mary E. A Burglar's Christmas - Willa Cather A Dream-story: The Christmas Angel - Henry Van Dyke Christmas Every Day - William Dean Howells A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens What Christmas is as We Grow Older - Charles Dickens A Child's Christmas in Wales - Dylan Thomas Christmas or The Good Fairy - Harriet Beecher Stowe The Christmas Wreck - Frank Stockton Little Bun Rabbit - L.

Dags att reflektera över reflektionen på engelska! - Annika Sjödahl Jag har nyligen satt ihop en planering utifrån förmågan att reflektera, jämföra och diskutera olika samhällsfrågor och livsvillkor baserat på den kris som vi har i Europa. Jag delade den och fick en förfrågan om det inte är så att eleverna inte ska jämföra den svenska kulturen mot de länder där engelska är ett officiellt språk. Jag har funderat lite över det här och har valt att skriva om det för jag tycker det är viktigt att lyfta fram hur vi ser på engelskan i dag i en föränderlig tid. Jag börjar med de formuleringar vi har stöd av enligt läroplanerna. reflektera över livsvillkor, samhällsfrågor och kulturella företeelser i olika sammanhang och delar av världen där engelska används. Bedömningen för betyget E är: Eleven diskuterar översiktligt några företeelser i olika sammanhang och områden där engelska används, och kan då också göra enkla jämförelser med egna erfarenheter och kunskaper. Så här stod det i Lpo 94: I mitt förra inlägg skrev jag om att det inte är OK att svara på svenska! has all the materials you’ll need until the end of term, with minimum planning time required. You can find direct links to our Christmas materials for each level directly on the page: Beginner 1-2, Lower Elementary 3-4, Elementary 5-6 and Intermediate 6-9 right below the category titles. You can also access all the materials through these shortcuts:Best of Christmas 1-6Best of Christmas 6-9Advent Calendar 1-3Advent Calendar 4-5Advent Calendar 6-7Advent Calendar 8-9 ESL Resources - New sites - December 2015 - Part 1 - Videos - Lesson plans - Songs - Worksheets - Quizzes - Files - Cinema - Vocabulary - Grammar Drawing to a close – Trump v Clinton: the comic strip - 8 November 2016 "The primaries, the debates, the allegations, the assertions, the hope and the despair – writer Paul Owen and illustrator Katie Fricas tell the story of the 2016 US election." ( A year on the US election campaign trail: 'There's an irresistible energy' "Photographer Mark Makela has been covering the election all year. Here he talks about his experience shooting the various stages of the campaign, and selects some of his favorite images from a unique presidential race." ( Election Day Guide Questions and Answers ( American Voters Will Decide on More Than Just the Presidency - Text + Audio - 7 November 2016 "On Tuesday, Americans will also mark ballots for Senate and House seats, governors, marijuana legalization, gun control, health care and minimum wage laws." American Elections 2016 - a padlet with many resources Created by Mrs.