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Illustrated English Idioms and their Meanings Having recently moved to Brazil, learning a new language and also teaching English, illustrator Roisin Hahessy got thinking about the the English language. On her website, she declares, “When I stopped to think about some English idioms and their literal meaning, I found some of them very funny and thought it would be a nice idea to pick a few of the most common idioms and illustrate them.” The images below have been reproduced with the direct permission of the illustrator These fantastic illustrations would be ideal for classroom use, when discussing idioms, and similar expressions used in the English language: You can purchase each print individually on Roisin’s website by clicking here.
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Education Week (Today's post is the second in a three-part series. You can see Part One here.) This week's question is: What are the best instructional strategies for vocabulary development? We started-off in Part One with suggestions from Katie Brown, Jane Fung, Marilee Sprenger and Karen Bromley, and you can also listen to a ten-minute conversation I had with Katie and Marilee about this topic on my BAM! Sanskrit Pronunciation Guide k – regular k as in kayak. Example: kriyá kh – like the t_h in teak_house Example: sukha g – regular g as in God Example: guòa gh – like the g_h in big_house Example: ghat ´ – as in ring Example: pi´gala Who's Serving Online Learning's Forgotten Students? Online Learning | October 2013 Digital Edition Who's Serving Online Learning's Forgotten Students? As online learning explodes in K-12 education, technology for students with physical differences is playing catch-up. By Bridget McCrea10/31/13 As a teacher of visually impaired high-school math students, Robin Lowell understands the importance of creating a seamless online environment where her pupils can learn without worrying about accessibility issues.