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  1.   Countable and Uncountable Nouns
You are here: About>Education>English as 2nd Language> Intermediate English> Teaching Intermediate Level> Countable and uncountable nouns and quantifier expressions - grammar lesson plans English as 2nd Language EducationESLEssentialsFree English CoursesBuild Your VocabularyDo You Need Lesson Plans for Your Class?Do you Know Basic English Grammar?QuizzesTopicsBeginning EnglishIntermediate EnglishAdvanced EnglishTeaching EnglishLesson PlansGrammarVocabularyListening SkillsWriting SkillsP...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  2.   "Der Handschuh" by Friedrich Schiller
...nguage.Objective 1.01: Interact using original thoughts orally and in writing by employing increasingly complex structures and expanded vocabulary in present, past, and future times. Objective 1.02: Ask and answer open-ended questions on a wide range of topics orally and in writing. Objective 1.03: Express preferences, feelings, emotions, and opinions giving supporting details orally and in writing. Goal 2: INTERPRETIVE COMMUNICATION - The learner will understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics in the target language.Objective 2.01: Demonstrate understanding of a wide range of oral and written idio...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  3.   Ya Se Lo Que Hiciste El Verano Pasado! Using the Preterite Indicative Tense
...jective 1.02: Exchange information by asking and answering original questions orally and in writing. Objective 1.04: Engage in oral or written conversation (face-to-face, e-mails, letters) about everyday topics using strings of simple sentences. Objective 1.05: Use culturally acceptable vocabulary, idiomatic expressions or gestures. Goal 2: INTERPRETIVE COMMUNICATION - The learner will understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics in the target language.Objective 2.01: Demonstrate understanding of some oral and written idiomatic expressions, phrases, sentences and passages. Objective 2.02: Demonstrate...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   "Un Viaje Inolvidable" (Gouin Series Booklet)
...urriculum alignment Second Languages (2005) Grade 9 - 12 - High School Level II Goal 2: INTERPRETIVE COMMUNICATION - The learner will understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics in the target language.Objective 2.01: Demonstrate understanding of some oral and written idiomatic expressions, phrases, sentences and passages. Objective 2.04: Identify main idea(s) and some details from simple oral and written passages about familiar topics. Objective 2.06: Interpret phrases presented with accompanying gestures, intonation, and other visual or auditory cues. Goal 3: PRESENTATIONAL COMMUNICATION - The lear...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  5.   Mountain Dialect: Reading Between the Spoken Lines
...eir own oral history interviews on a later topic such as World War II, segregation, the Civil Rights Movement or a more recent set of events. English Language Arts: Students need to understand the idea of dialogue in literature, and will have been introduced to the concepts of simile, metaphor, and idiomatic expression. Activities Launch a discussion with students about whether it is easier or harder to understand someone from a culture different from their own. Assign students to work on either slavery in North Carolina, the mountains at the turn of the twentieth century, or North Carolina and the Great Depression. Teachers could...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Food Choice in Our Everyday Lives
...amilies and cultures. Second Languages (2005) Grade 3 Goal 1: INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION - The learner will engage in conversation and exchange information and opinions orally and in writing in the target language.Objective 1.01: Interact with the teacher and others using greetings, farewells, and expressions of courtesy orally and/or in writing. Objective 1.02: Use basic words and short memorized phrases during interactions orally and/or in writing. Objective 1.05: Engage in conversation with the teacher and other students to exchange information about everyday topics. Goal 2: INTERPRETIVE COMMUNICATION - The learner will unders...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   Who Moved My Cheese? for Teens
...formation and read the fine print. Print Print Share Email Delicious Digg Facebook StumbleUpon Learning outcomes Students will: learn new vocabulary, and use it in their speaking and writing. understand what a parable is and be able to give examples of other parables in literature. be introduced to idiomatic expressions in the text, and be challenged to use them in their own speaking and writing. reflect in writing about changes in their own lives through journal entries, and through other writing assignments. make "The Handwriting on the Wall" slogan posters and decorate the room with them. Teacher planning Time required for less...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   "Rolling Out the Red Carpet," and Other Idioms
...nd First Ladies; there quite often really IS a red carpet involved! Materials Required: Access to the Internet; notebooks and pencils, blank CD. Procedures: 1. Begin the lesson by giving students an introduction to the idea of "idiom." Using the websites listed below, have students explore the many idiomatic expressions and their meanings. 2. Then, download (or save) the materials on the Jeopardy Template (below) to a computer in the classroom (clear instructions are provided on the website). Divide students into several groups to work on writing "answers" for a Jeopardy game on idioms. The "answers" are the meanings of the idioms...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Understanding Idioms is a Piece of Cake
...-8 9-12 Brief Description Teaching about idioms can be great fun. Included: Idiom resources. Objectives Students work cooperatively to discuss the meaning of some common English idioms. illustrate the "fun" interpretations of those idioms. use a fun online idiom activity (optional). Keywords idiom, expression, idiomatic, language Materials Needed list of common English idioms (provided below) art supplies (optional) computer access (optional) Lesson Plan Before the Lesson Create a student work sheet that has on it a list of grade-appropriate idiomatic expressions. A list of 50 idioms appears at the bottom of this lesson section. A...
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    Grade Level: 3-12

  10.   BBC - Digger and the Gang - Teachers - 9-11 English Lesson Plan
...and help Teachers the Text only Gang! BBC Homepage English Lesson Plan How to use Home Objectives To take accurate notes; to use adjectives and adverbs to modify nouns and verbs; to investigate the meanings /spellings of a range of prefixes; to discover a range of palindromes; to explore a range of idiomatic expressions; to identify the Teachers purpose of a piece of writing. Worksheets National Curriculum Useful Links KS2 English, Reading / Writing levels 4 - 5. National Literacy Strategy: Word / Sentence / Text Level work. Parents Resources Copies of worksheets Word square games , Palindromes, Alphabetical sentences and some gra...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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