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ESL WEEK 3

ADVANCED WRITING

  1. View the prezi: creating a formal outline
  2. Create an outline of Jeff Butler’s TED Talk

keiths-fall-2017-schedule

For all classes: Technology Addiction Playlist

CONVERSATION

To begin this week, let’s talk about a common classroom problem: smartphone addiction

  1. You can view your textbook online on archive.org
  2. You can find listening activities here 
  3. Presentation on past tenses

GRAMMAR

  1. This week we will discuss present simple and present continuous tense
  2. Everyday: Discussing daily routines
  3. Grammar Presentation
  4. 5 Uses of Present Continuous Tense
  5. Present Simple Tense Notes
  6. Presentation on past tenses

READING

  1. Getting meaning from context part one and Getting meaning from context part two
  2. You can find listening and view sections of the textbook here
  3. Presentation: Understanding Main Ideas and Details TAKE NOTES!
  4. What if money were no object? Alan Watts
    1. What if money were no object comic
    2. What if money were no object video speech

ADVANCED CLASS HOMEWORK:

  1. I want you to browse the selection of comics on this website
  2. Choose any one comic series
  3. Start from issue number one
  4. Set a timer and read for 15 minutes every day (even on the weekend)
  1. Benefits of being in nature

WRITING INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED

  1. Teenagers are maturing too slowly
  2. Final Draft level 2
  3. Prepositions of time
  4. Writing a strong introduction
  5. Writing a Strong Paragraph
  6. Quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing presentation

 

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