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Classroom Forms and Testing « Mrs. Perkins

Classroom Forms and Testing « Mrs. Perkins
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IQ - Interactive Quizzes 9th Gr. Literature undefined MacBeth's Opinion presents 9th Gr. Literature (in association with Amazon.com) 9th grade, first semester: Before we read any new books for high school, we will study the familiar--fairy tales. Who are the great authors? Where do stories come from? What is a moral? What is the difference between a myth, a folktale, and a fairy tale? What influences a folktale? What are the unique thematic features of folktales? Can a folktale "go wrong"? We will also attempt: Making a new tale from an old one Writing an "original" fairy tale Other Resources: Aesop Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes Annotated Mother Goose Cinderella Stories from many traditions (Amazon "listmania" list) Bulfinch's Myths (includes Greek, Roman and Norse myths) Annotated Classic Fairy Tales "The Ethics of Elfland" from Chesterton's Orthodoxy (e-book) The Rumplestiltskin Problem (six different original re-tellings) The Magic World (E. The Annotated Hobbit (with hints and history) Books from my Children's Fantasy page The Odyssey Beowulf

Webbstjärnan Vocabulary Games, English Vocabulary Word Games OER Commons Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling « Aerogramme Writers' Studio These rules were originally tweeted by Emma Coats, Pixar’s Story Artist. Number 9 on the list – When you’re stuck, make a list of what wouldn’t happen next – is a great one and can apply to writers in all genres. You admire a character for trying more than for their successes.You gotta keep in mind what’s interesting to you as an audience, not what’s fun to do as a writer. They can be very different.Trying for theme is important, but you won’t see what the story is actually about til you’re at the end of it. Now rewrite.Once upon a time there was ___. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 7 of The Best Chrome Apps for EFL and ESL Students February 27, 2015 Today we are sharing with you some useful Chrome apps to help your students with their language learning. These apps are particularly helpful for EFL and ESL learners. They (the apps) provide a wide variety of activities, games, flashcards and exercises on language practice. Almost all of them are geared towards solidifying students' vocabulary learning and empowering learners with a rich and diversified lexicon to assist them in their writing and reading comprehension. 1- Duolingo Google chose Duolingo as the best language app for 2014. 2- Flashcard Stash Flashcard Stash enables students to learn through the use of interactive flashcards. 3- iVocab iVocab is an ideal app for those preparing for GRE,TOEFL and SAT quizzes. 4- Vocabla Vocabla is another popular language learning app in the Chrome store. 5- Flashcards Flashcards is a good app for language practice. 6- Lingua.ly

ESL Games and Activities - Useful for All Classes! Simple and Classic ESL Games - A list of many time-tested games for teaching ESL to young learners. Circle Memory Sentences - Students must remember all of the sentences said before his/her turn. Great for killing time at the end of class or reviewing vocabulary words at the beginning of class. Read for Speed - Read as fast as you can - can you beat the teacher's time? DICE BOMB! - Complete a task and roll the dice for points...but don't roll the wrong number, or else! Dice Gambling - Test your students' gambling instincts with this fun way to review previous lessons. Around the World (Flashcard Game) - A classic competitive flashcard game. Hoops (Flashcard Game) - Get students running around and looking for the right flashcard in the right hoop! Phonics Hammer (Flashcard Game) - An endlessly fun way to review phonics. Memory Game (Flashcard Game) - Another way to turn reviewing flashcards into a fun activity! Printable Games! ESL Trivia Time! ESL Trivia Time! I Dare You! Don't Say the Words!

Décrire les combats Il est un moment particulier dans tout roman, film, BD ou partie de jeux de rôles : le combat. Pour ma part, j'ai toujours été fasciné par la manière dont Davil Gemmel décrivait les combats dans ses romans : rapides, incisifs, brutaux, violents... En quelques mots, il réussit admirablement bien à vous immerger dans la bataille, que ce soit un duel ou un combat de masse. Après chaque lecture de Gemmel, je me ruais vers mes joueurs afin de les mettre en situation de combattre, espérant réussir aussi bien que lui à décrire les passes d'armes... Bien rapidement, je me suis rendu compte que n'est pas David Gemel qui veut et que cet exercice est loin d'être des plus facile. Pascal Viette a accepté de relever ce défi... Bien le bonjour, chers lecteurs. Pour mon premier texte ici même, je vais vous parler de « ma » façon de décrire les combats. Quelques modestes exemples : « Hésitation, d'une part comme de l'autre. Enfin, ce qui découle des actions du combat, c’est la brutalité.

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