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How to Write a Limerick - Kenn Nesbitt's What is a Limerick? Limericks are one of the most fun and well-known poetic forms. No one knows for sure where the name “limerick” comes from, but most people assume it is related to the county of Limerick, in Ireland. The reason limericks are so much fun is because they are short, rhyming, funny, and have a bouncy rhythm that makes them easy to memorize. In this lesson, I’ll show you how you can write your own limericks in just a few easy steps. The Rules of Limericks My 2020 COVID-19 Time Capsule This project will help your children document their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Time Capsule is created by LONG Creations. LONG Creations offers digital printable art for your home and kids. Important information for those sheltering in place: Coronavirus: Your Local HQ – Click here for more information about your communityFinding the HelpersCommunity Guide for Take-out or DeliveryBusiness closings/changes in servicesCommunity Events canceled/postponedLive-stream music entertainment for the familyCharter to expand Showtime, Epix to all video subscribers

Widgets Inc.: Teach Outside the Box - Widgepedia [2020 04/16] A digital edition of Widgets Inc. is now available for purchase via the Issuu platform. It includes embedded links to course video and other useful links. We will be adding more features over the coming weeks. Users who have purchased a print edition of Widgets Inc. are eligible for one year free access to the digital version. You can claim your access code by emailing us at the email listed at the bottom of this page, in the yellow "Atama-ii Books" logo. Top Ten Spelling Rules Spelling Tip Number 9 - Knowing Spelling Rules The Top Ten Spelling Rules Knowing spelling rules, and the exceptions to the rule, is a great strategy to help you understand why spelling is the way it is and helps you spell. In this lesson we'll look at the top ten spelling rules. Some people think if they learn a spelling rule they’ll be able to spell. Unfortunately, the trouble with rules is you have to remember the rule!

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The secret diary of Adrian Mole – reading comprehension and writing (key included) - ESL worksheet by Marywell The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole worksheets: Reading Comprehension TEST on Shopping (excerpt from The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole) for Intermediate students Level: intermediate Age: 12-17 Downloads: 428 Adrian Mole´s New Year´s Resolutions Level: intermediate Age: 12-14 Downloads: 130 Spelling Exercises & Games Click here for some worksheets to print off Click here for what other people have said about the help I've given them. Click here to see the books I recommend about spelling, history of spelling/English, dictionaries and books on creative writing Some recent comments

TEACHERS´ LIBRARY (A huge collection) TEACHERS´ LIBRARY (A huge collection) Building Vocabulary from Word Roots📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘Click here to download Classroom Language (Handbooks for the English Classroom)📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘📘Click here to download What You Can Do With a Word - 300 Classroom Reading Activities📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚📚 Developing Learner Autonomy: A Homework Choice Board Apart from traditional homework tasks based on lessons delivered in the classroom, there is still a myriad of activities students can do by themselves to practise their English, learn to work independently, and take responsibility for their own learning. Learner autonomy is in fact one of the most important things we can promote if we really want to get our students ready for the ongoing, life-long language learning endeavour. The following homework choice board, intended for students at B1 level and above, suggests 16 tasks to practise all four skills as well as grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation: HomeworkChoiceBoard.pdf Although the tasks here have been selected so they are easy to keep track of, holding students accountable for their work, this should ideally be another step in helping students develop their learner independence skills.