At the Market Place At the Market Place Submitted by Paul Braddock on 5 March, 2014 - 10:46 At the Market Place is a short story written by Sevim Ak, a popular Turkish writer of novels and short stories for children. an ESL exercise to test grammar in a fun activity, editable game template Welcome to the grammar casino! If your grammar is solid, you can win it all or if not, lose your shirt. This is a great review game or can be used to target specific weak areas. If you like this game check out At the Track! It's similar but with a twist. The downloads:
20 Terrifying Two-Sentence Horror Stories. I Didn't Think It Was Possible Until #5... When The Hair On My Neck Stood Up March 5, 2014 Ever since I was a little kid I've loved sharing ghost stories around a campfire which is probably why I love watching horror movies. And every single time I finish watching one, well, a good one... I kick myself for not picking out a comedy instead. Writing about Food and Culture Do you have a teen gourmet or budding chef in the house? Have any of your kids traveled overseas? These writing activities invite them to explore recipes, describe travel experiences with food, or write a restaurant review. Grade 7 Paragraph – The Canswedian English Teacher “Scaffold learning” – one of those hot button words in teaching. I got on the scaffold-their-learning train with this assignment which builds each year in högstadiet. The irony is though… that in Grade 8 when you say, “Do you remember how I taught you how to write a paragraph in Grade 7?” you will be met with a sea of blank and confused faces. At this point I bust out the “Let’s Review!”
SAINT PATRICK'S DAY!!! EVERYBODY IS IRISH ON MARCH THE 17thSaint Patrick is the Patron Saint of Ireland.Do you want to hear and see the Saint Patrick's story narrated by a child??? It's really good!! Do you want to play games about Saint Patrick's Day??? BUT...Where is Ireland????? Another game?? Five tenses - more exercises About half a year ago I published a post where I tried to explain the usage of 5 different tenses. About 71,000 people have viewed this post but several complained that there was not enough practice. That is why I have decided to reintroduce this topic and add three more quizzes to practise the five tenses. So here we go! Study the following mind map. There I try to explain the usage of the following tenses: Present simple, present perfect simple, present continuous, be going to and past simple.
SHORT STORY UNIT PLAN by Presto Plans This short story unit is perfect for any late middle or high school English classroom. The stories have been used in my class with great success, and the students especially love the surprising endings in each story! The product includes eye-catching presentations, discussions, videos, and creative assessments. All presentation files are in Powerpoint format.