The Laramie Project Study Guide - Moisés Kaufman Act 1 The Laramie Project begins with a section titled “Moment.” It is in this brief segment (which is repeated throughout the play) that the members of Tectonic Theater Project read entries from the journals they have kept during their interviews with the people of Laramie. This repeated section also affords special characters a chance to deliver longer monologues than those given in the rest of the play, which is set up as interviews.
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Teach Your Monster to Read: Free Phonics & Reading Game Why is it free? The game has been funded by the Usborne Foundation, a charity set up to support initiatives to develop early literacy. The charity was founded by Peter Usborne MBE and his children, Nicola and Martin. Introduction This resource pack provides a range of activities to explain and reinforce the meaning of compound words. It should enable pupils to: understand that a compound word is two smaller words joined togetherlook at individual words to make their own compound wordsidentify and create compound words from a list or table of words This pack has been designed as a resource to support the teaching of this area. Included are a selection of supporting worksheets that can be adapted to suit the age range of the pupils being taught.
Halloween: Characters Dressed As Characters Want to see a kindergarten implementation of this? Check out the Not Just Child’s Play site. Don’t ask how I ended up at this Disney Pin Trading site featuring Disney characters dressed up like other Disney characters, but it inspired a Halloween-themed character analysis activity. Characters from film or literature dress up like other characters based on some parallel such as: conflict, trait, accomplishment, etc. Examples
The Passive Voice. Video Lesson and Exercises. Here you have a video lesson on how to use the passive voice in different tenses and why, or when, we use it. After the video lesson you can do the online exercises. Here you have a series of online exercises on the passive voice.
Grammar This is a grammar comic about the proper usage of who versus whom. A look at the meaning of "flushing out an idea." This comic will LITERALLY make butterflies explode out of your underpants. Persuasive Writing: Holiday Vs Holiday Photos by Bartfields and Nathamanath Here come the holidays! How can we use the upcoming festivities to enhance students’ thinking? Let’s write a persuasive essay about one holiday from the point of view of another holiday’s “mascot.” For example, what would the Easter Bunny think about Christmas, how would Santa feel about Valentine’s Day, and what would a Turkey have to say about St.
Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Progressive - Lingolia English Introduction The present perfect simple and the present perfect progressive are both present tenses. They express an action that started in the past may be ongoing or just completed.