ESL Vocabulary Powerpoint Presentations English language vocabulary PowerPoints (PPTs) for teachers to teach kids new words about: weather, clothes, body parts, domestic animals, sports, jobs (professions), school, household items, bathroom, vegetables, fruit, birds, farm animals and more. All are free, download and practice. Body Parts PPT Practice vocabulary about body parts with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Aquatic Animals Practice vocabulary about aquatic animals with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Astronomy and Solar System Practice vocabulary about astronomy and solar system with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Infrastructure PPTs Practice vocabulary about infrastructure with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Clothing and Accessories Practice vocabulary about clothing and accessories with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Country capitals Practice vocabulary about country capitals with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Flags of Countries Practice vocabulary about flags of countries with this free ESL powerpoint slide. Domestic Animals
Grammar Bytes! Grammar Instruction with Attitude Grammar Instruction with Attitude Home • Terms • Exercises • MOOC • Handouts • Presentations • Videos • Rules • About • Shop • Feedback ©1997 - 2019 by Robin L. valid html English Grammar | Welcome to the Don Potter.net Wide Interest Web Site | Don Potter Purpose Statement Over the years I have come to appreciate the contribution that a thorough knowledge of English grammar can make to my intellectual life. I am disturbed at the lack of instruction in grammar in many of today's classrooms. I emphasize the parts of speech and their function in creating effective sentences. Reference Section Alonzo Reed and Brainerd Kellogg Higher Lessons in English, A Work on English Grammar and Composition, in which the Science of Language is Made Tributary to the Art of Expression by Alonzo Reed and Brainerd Kellogg (1913). Introductory Langauge Work: A Simple, Varied, and Pleasing, But Methodical, Series of Exercises in English to Precede the Study of Technical Grammar. (1898) by Alonzo Reed. A Key Containing Diagrams of the Reed Kellogg Higher Lessons in Grammar. Elementary English Grammar (1894). The English Language: A Brief History of Its Grammatical Changes and Its Vocabulary (1893) by Reed & Kellogg. S. Sheldon's Primary Language Lessons (1895).
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English Go to: Copywork, Grammar, Handwriting, Phonics, Senior Students, Writing The King Will Make a Way — (from Just Us) lessons, workbook pages, lapbook pieces, notebooking pages for many language arts topics including: personification, anthropomorphism, metaphor, simile, lie vs. lay, descriptive writing, etc. 1st-6th Language Arts texts/teacher guides Language Arts Course Writing, Grammar, Speaking, Analyzing Literature, Florida State’s materials (download, but you can see it first, it’s like a workbook) You can request to download the teacher’s guide. I told them I didn’t live in Florida, but they sent me the link to the teacher’s materials right away. Games, Quizzes, Videos, Worksheets Alphabetical Order L Online Game, Three difficulty levels Introducing Alphabetical Order worksheet Alphabetical Order Online activity (beginner I think) Alphabetical Order Worksheet, put the number words in alphabetical order Alphabetizing Worksheets various levels Language Analogies Worksheets Antonyms Online Game M+
Numbers: Facts, Figures & Fiction Click on cover for larger image Numbers: Facts, Figures & Fiction by Richard Phillips. Published by Badsey Publications. See sample pages: 24, 82, 103. Order in the UK and Europe from Badsey Publications. Order in Australia and NZ from AAMT. Order in the US and Canada from Parkwest. Have you ever wondered how Room 101 got its name, or what you measure in oktas? This new edition has been updated with dozens of new articles, illustrations and photographs. Some press comments – "This entertaining and accessible book is even more attractive in its second edition..." – Jennie Golding in The Mathematical Gazette "...tangential flights into maths, myth and mystery..." – Vivienne Greig in New Scientist ... and on the first edition – “Beautifully and devotedly made, this large thin book is a cheerful and eccentric guide to the integers...” –- Philip and Phylis Morrison in Scientific American “This delightful A4 book is a must for every school library. Contents – Details of the old hardback edition.
Online Spelling Course Hello and Welcome to Appropriate for grade 6 to 8 level Note: It is best to take a look at the course outline and the spelling rules pages prior to beginning the lessons. The Course Outline, Spelling Rules, Lessons, Exercises, Dictation Exercises, and answer keys can be accessed from the Left-hand Navigation Bar. This free, thirty lesson spelling course has been made available courtesy of Marie Rackham, author and producer of The Basic Cozy Grammar Course, The Basic Cozy Punctuation Course, The Basic Cozy Essay Course, The Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course Level 1, The Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course Level 2, and The Cozy Classroom CD. Born and raised in North Vancouver, Marie earned degrees in English and Geography from the University of British Columbia. The curriculum for the course provided here was personally used by Marie in the public school system at the grade 7, 8, and 9 levels. "Spelling, like grammar and punctuation, is a technique of English. Marie Rackham
The Second Most Spoken Languages Around the World | Olivet Nazarene University The most spoken language in any country is often obvious; usually, it’s the official language of the country. However, you can learn a lot about a country by analyzing its second most spoken language. More than 60 million Americans speak a language at home other than English, of the majority of these Americans reported to the U.S. Census Bureau that they spoke English “very well.” Throughout the United States, Spanish is the most common second language; however, in states like Louisiana, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont, French is the most commonly spoken second language, a reflection of their individual state histories. To accommodate students who speak a language other than English at home, English as a second language (or ESL) programs have become more prevalent as essential school programs. Share this Image On Your SitePlease include attribution to graduate.olivet.edu with this graphic
OWL Coming Soon: A new look for our same great content! We're working hard this summer on a redesign of the Purdue OWL. Worry not! Our navigation menu and content will remain largely the same. If you are having trouble locating a specific resource, please visit the search page or the Site Map. The Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University houses writing resources and instructional material, and we provide these as a free service of the Writing Lab at Purdue. For more information about services for the Purdue University community, including one-to-one consultations, ESL conversation groups and workshops, please visit the Writing Lab site. Mission The Purdue University Writing Lab and Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) assist clients in their development as writers—no matter what their skill level—with on-campus consultations, online participation, and community engagement.
40 Viewing Comprehension Strategies 40 Viewing Comprehension Strategies: Watching Videos Like You Read A Book by Terry Heick You can’t watch a video like you read a book; the modalities couldn’t be much more different. On the surface level a video uses light, color, sound, and moving images, with the potential for adding text and shape and color and light filters as overlays to communicate ideas, while the most basic text structures use alphanumeric symbols, paragraph and sentence structure, and an assortment of text features (e.g., white space, headings and subheadings, fonts, etc.) to convey their message. There is much, much more to it than this. The Interaction Between Video & Text Studies of the effectiveness of video in formal learning environments have yielded some confusing ideas, namely that content acquired via video consumption doesn’t easily transfer to the medium of text (Fisch 2002; Koran, Snow & McDonald 1971). Below are a few possibilities, many of which you’ll notice apply to non-digital media as well. 1. 2.
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