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12/18/2014 English Vocabulary in Use. Elementary Food and Drink p.90-91
12/18/2014 Enterprise. Beginner Unit 8 “Enjoy your meal” p Tasks: Vocabulary Reading Speaking Grammar (plurals) Listening
12/18/2014 New Cutting Edge. Elementary Module 6 “Eating and drinking” p Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (there is/there are, how much/many) Listening Reading and speaking
12/18/2014 Upstream. Elementary Unit 7a “Dinner Time” p Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (countable and uncountable nouns) Listening
12/18/2014 New English File. Elementary Unit 7a “What does your food say about you?” p Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (a/an, some, any) Speaking Listening
12/18/2014 English Result. Elementary English Result. Unit 6 p Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (countable/uncountable nouns, some/any) Listening Reading
12/18/2014 Natural English. Pre-intermediate Unit 2 “Something to eat” p Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar ( have + noun, much/many, adjectives, adverbs) Listening Speaking
12/18/2014 Upstream. Pre-intermediate Unit 7 “Eating out” p Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (countable/uncountable nouns, past perfect continuous) Listening & Speaking Writing
12/18/2014 Natural English. Intermediate Unit 4 “Choices” p. 44 – 47 Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (would, could, might) Reading & Speaking
12/18/2014 New English File. Advanced Unit 7a “A recipe for disaster” p. 100 – 103 Tasks: Vocabulary Grammar (compound and possessive nouns) Reading Listening and speaking
12/18/2014 Thank you for attention!
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Jill Morgan CTB/McGraw-Hill Trainer Shelby Gallagher Indiana LAS Links Program Manager Jill Morgan CTB/McGraw-Hill Trainer Shelby Gallagher Indiana LAS.
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1 INSTALLING "WINDOWS 8.." SO THAT IT CREATES A LOCAL USER ACCOUNT.
WALT: Say what I did in Paris and what I thought of it. WILF: Opinions for level 3, justifications for level 4, recognition of the past tense for level.
Grammar Unit 2 Prepositions and Adverbs. Prepositions Scheme: Words before + preposition + preposition's object Squirrels live + on + the trees. They.
Interchange Book 2 Units 1-16 Click on a unit. Unit 9 Unit 11 Unit 12 Unit 13 Unit 14 Unit 15 Unit 16 Unit 10 Unit 1 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7.
The Fall Messier Marathon Guide Ed Ting, NHAS, CMP Oct 17 th 2008.
Adverbs of Frequency Hmmm… Well, I am usually late for class, and I never do my homework. Maybe I need to try your study habits. You got an A+ again!?!?
LOGO 1. Task: Know something about life online 2. Study Points: some phrases about online; enable Ss to talk about the.
USE OF ENGLISH. Rewrite the following sentences starting with the words given. 1. She hasnt enjoyed herself so much for years. It is years ………
1 Logistic regression. 2 Regression Regression is a set of techniques for exploiting the presence of statistical ASSOCIATIONS among variables to make.
Algebra 2 Chapter 2 Algebra 2 Chapter Relations and Functions Relation – Any set of inputs and outputs. Maybe represented as a Table Ordered.
1 She walks. 3-1 FORM AND BASIC MEANING OF THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE By Prof. G. Javier Burgos.
1 5-1 Yes/no questions and short answersYes/no questions and short answers 5-2 Yes/no questions and information questionsYes/no questions and information.
Teacher Resource Disc Slide shows for use with PowerPoint presentation software Betty Schrampfer Azar Stacy A. Hagen Laurette Poulos Simmons Copyright.
1 Logistic regression. 2 Regression Regression is a set of techniques for exploiting the presence of statistical associations among variables to make.
Three points to know before the class Just as English is different in different places, so it varies at different times. There are historical dialects.
Objectives: Recognise and extend number sequences. Generate sequences from practical contexts. Recognise squares of numbers to at least 12 x 12. Vocabulary:
Richard A. Korb / Kári Driscoll / Jutta Schmiers-Heller Columbia University Department of Germanic Languages ACTFL Boston 2010 Student Wiki Projects Collaborative.
Chapter 13-May I take your order? Food and restaurants.
Mistakes to be avoided NB2. Making questions: Which is the price? / How much it cost? How much is it? / How much does it cost? Could you tell me where.
As Simple as ABC?: Issues of Transition for English Language A Level Students going on to study English Language/ Linguistics in Higher Education THE SIXTH.
Getting Inside Their Heads IH ELT Conference Barcelona, 4 Feb 2012 Jessica Mackay EIM, University of Barcelona
A vs. anA vs. an 11-2 Count and noncount nounsCount and noncount nouns 11-3 Noncount nounsNoncount nouns 11-4 More noncount nounsMore noncount nouns.
SEQUENCES Target: To find the next number in the sequence.
To share expectations of spellings To share expectations of vocabulary, grammar and punctuation To share terminology the children will be exposed to To.
What is it? A British Council VTTN teacher training pack of filmed lessons and training materials for upper- secondary school English teacher training.
Unit 1 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 Unit 7 Unit 8 Interchange Book 1 Units 1-16 Unit 2 Click on a unit. Unit 9 Unit 11 Unit 12 Unit 13 Unit 14 Unit 15 Unit.
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