characters of the book Vocabulary: zoo, elephant, monkey, kangaroo, penguin, tiger, keeper Grammar: Welcome to .. , Hello, I’m … , Hi, I’m … , What’s your name?, Hello, My name’s …, How are you?, I’m fine, thank you., Goodbye. Materials: class CD Procedure of the lesson Warm up: • T. says Hello, girls and boys. Welcome to Fly High 3! My name is (his/her name). • T. goes round the class asking children Hello, what’s your name? how are you? • T. reviews the names of the Fly
that Huck travels down the Mississippi River with a slave named Jim. Vocabulary Preview (Answers will vary.) Reading Comprehension A. 1. T 2. I 3. T 4. I 5. F B. 1. D 2. A 3. B C. (Sample responses) Huckleberry Finn is Twain’s most famous book for several reasons. It is well written, with interesting characters, natural language of the time, and ideas for readers to think about. Vocabulary Review A. 1. A 2. B 3. A B 1. B 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. D Language Form
consolidating the vocabulary words on stage 4 (See Lesson Plan) as there were a lot of doubts from the students with the meanings of some words. In terms of its effectiveness, the lesson plan was quite useful until the third stage (See Lesson Plan). The activities were well sequenced, as there was an exercise which activated the students’ prior knowledge on the topic and then the brainstorming stage was highly participative. However, when we reached the vocabulary review, which I mistakenly
las columnas según sus recomendaciones. (5 puntos) B. Escucha el mensaje telefónico. Después, lee las preguntas y escoge la respuesta correcta. (5 puntos) * Review vocabulary presented in chapter 2-1. II. Vocabulario y gramática C. Di si las siguientes oraciones son ciertas o falsas. (5 puntos) * Review vocabulary presented in chapter 2-1. _____Una campaña es también un proyecto. _____Toda campaña necesita buena planificación. _____En el hogar de ancianos viven personas jóvenes
Injury D. Causation III. Responsibility for Another’s Torts Lesson 5-1 Review Vocabulary Review Define each of the following vocabulary terms. 1. tort A private or civil wrong. 2. damages A monetary award to the injured party to compensate for loss. 3. negligence The tort in which only carelessness and not intent is required in the breaching of a duty. Lesson 5-1 Review (continued) Concept Review 4. What does the “reasonable-person standard” for negligence mean?
The principal thought behind reading comprehension lies in vocabulary. Vocabulary facilitates the writing process in three ways: Thinking—a large vocabulary gives the reader/writer more control over ideas…for example, it might help them to compose a very specific thesis for their paper. Understanding—the more words the reader/writer is aware of, the less time he or she will spend hesitating between words or sentences; thus, the understanding will be continuous rather than fragmented.
Language Learning Website Review Form Site Information Title: Livemocha Arabic Course URL: http://www.livemocha.com Language Activities/Skills: vocabulary (Basic Arabic Course). Types of courseware: Basic course (free); Active course (price ranges from $9,95 – $99.95 USD) Site Description Livemocha is mix of free and commercial language learning web site offering courses in 38 languages, including Arabic. In the case of Livemocha Arabic, the site begins with the introduction of Arabic Modern
Syllabus 2012-2013 Teacher: Mrs. Katz Email: email@example.com Phone: 845- 463-0400 ext. 1176 Website: http://ollchs.org/index.php?/oll/faculty/mrs-lauren-katz COURSE TEXTS: Prentice Hall Literature: The British Tradition Vocabulary Workshop – Level F Writer’s Inc Handbooks Jane Eyre - Charlotte Brontë Frankenstein - Mary Shelley COURSE DESCRIPTION: The 11th grade English curriculum is aligned with the New York State Learning Standards. Students further develop a comprehensive