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Every-Day Edits

Every-Day Edits
Click on the month below for Every-Day Edit activities most appropriate for that month. If you run out of daily activities during any month, click the Xtra Edits link. Use Every-Day Edits to build language skills, test scores, and cultural literacy with students in grades 4 and above. Be sure to see our tips for using Every-Day Edits in your classroom. Note: If you teach the primary grades, you will want to use our Animals A to Z activity. This is a weekly -- instead of daily -- activity.

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ESL Resources - New sites - June 2014 - 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." (theguardian.com) 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." (theguardian.com)

» 7 Wonderful Books That You Can Read in Less Than A Day We love Sunday reading. We also love the feeling of accomplishment when finishing a book (and inching closer to our annual Goodreads goals). In honor of all this, we’ve put together a short list of short books and novellas that can be read in a day or less. So pick a book or two, pour yourself a cozy beverage, and dive in. (We love hearing from you! Be sure to let us know what you’re reading in the comments and/or what you would add to our recommendations.) ESL GRAMMAR HANDOUTS Welcome to our downloadable ESL worksheets section. Whether you're an ESL student looking to practice English, or an ESL teacher looking for printables/ handouts for the classroom, check out our list of topics below. The topics covered include verb tenses, phrasal verbs, articles, prepositions, pronouns, countable and non-countable nouns, and many others. Click if you want to save time by downloading an exercise package in one zip file: IMPORTANT: The worksheets are for classroom/home use only.

7 Simple and Quick Editing Tips That Will Elevate Your Writing - Grammarly Blog Guest post by Matt Banner It doesn’t matter if you’re a New York Times bestselling author or a blogger from Kansas, everyone has to edit their work. The first draft is always a mess of disorganized thoughts and uncertain tangents. Writing begins as chaos and ends with order. It has been this way since the dawn of time. Time4English A German woman in Darmstadt found a wallet containing €1000. She refused to give it back to the owner unless she was given a €120 reward. She got the reward, but the pensioner who owned it tipped off the police and the woman was arrested. Police said: "It was a bit stupid.

EFL / ESOL / ESL Educational Songs and Activities: Song Lyrics for Teaching English as a Second Language These EFL/ESOL/ESL lyrics are available from a variety of albums: Songs that Teach Conversational English and English Vocabulary Action Songs Around the World – Jack Hartmann Can You Move Like Me? – Caroline and Danny Circle of Friends – Ron Brown Family Dance

How to Write a Fanfiction: 12 Steps Edit Article Four Parts:Exploring the Source MaterialPlanning Your Own StoryWriting Your MasterpieceGetting Your Work Out ThereQuestions and Answers Fanfiction refers to a type of fiction using the settings or characters of an existing work in tribute to it. If you're a big fan of a certain fictional universe, you may choose to write about some of its characters yourself, either expanding the official story or changing it altogether. Although the readership of fanfiction tends to be quite low and niche, the people reading what you'll write are bound to be as passionate about the source material as you are. English Express Adriana's story Here is an amazing story about Adriana. In 1986, she was left beside a road when she was a baby. Now she is grown up and lives in Edmonton. It was April 14, 1986, near Victoria, B.C.

WebEnglish NB! This theme uses a new feature for vocabulary practice 1:1. The teacher can register their classes in order to follow the students’ progress, but this is not necessary. The students can study the vocabulary list, but to practise the words they need to log in. Otherwise, the programme would not be able to help them learn the difficult words. Even without 1:1, the teacher can project the practice on an (Interactive)WhiteBoard.

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