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Esl 1

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Esl 1

  1. 1. Please get out your Writing Journals and begin writing. ESL C Journal: Think about the five items you brought in. Now, write about why you chose each one? Where did you get each item from? How does each item represent you? What is special about you and the item?
  2. 2. • Morning Meeting Take an index card. Write down three activities that you enjoyed from this weekend.• We will place the cards in the center of our circle.• Someone will get up, introduce them self, and pick up someone’s card.• That person will stand up and they will greet each other.• Then, the person with the card will read the card and create a question about the person’s weekend. After the response you give that person their card.• The person with the card remains in the circle, the other takes their seat, and then a new card is chosen• Questions: Did you enjoy ____? Why? Where did you _____? Tell me more. Can you describe _________? How did that make you feel?
  3. 3. Please get out your Writing Journals and begin writing. ESL B Journal: Think about the five items you brought in. Now, write about why you chose each one? Where did you get each item from? How does each item represent you? What is special about you and the item?
  4. 4. • Morning Meeting Take an index card. Write down three activities that you enjoyed from this weekend.• We will place the cards in the center of our circle.• Someone will get up, introduce them self, and pick up someone’s card.• That person will stand up and they will greet each other.• Then, the person with the card will read the card and create a question about the person’s weekend. After the response you give that person their card.• The person with the card remains in the circle, the other takes their seat, and then a new card is chosen• Questions: Did you enjoy ____? Why? Where did you _____? Tell me more. Can you describe _________? How did that make you feel?
  5. 5. Please get out your Writing Journals and begin writing. ESL 1 Journal: Describe three events from the movie that you remember.
  6. 6. Please get out your Writing Journals and begin writing. ESL 1 Warm Up: Correct the Sentences. • how many pigs was in the pen • the sun were hot • Which words mean the same? • Small Fast Little Long • What word goes on the line? • Mother is going to town. ________ must go to the dentist. • Write two words that rhyme with “all”.
  7. 7. Morning Meeting• Hello, my name is _______. What is your name?• Hello, my name is _______.• What country are you from?• I am from ________.• What city are you from?• I am from ________. What country and city are you from?• I am from ______ and ______.• What did you do this weekend?• This weekend I ______________. What did you do?• This weekend I ______________.• Good Bye.
  8. 8. NounThe first PART of SPEECH
  9. 9. An article comes before a singular noun. • Articles: • Yell: • A • Announcer: • “A hockey coach yells • Quickly: fast loud.” • An • Cheer: • “An announcer talks quickly.” • A before consonants: b, c, d, f, g, h • The • “The fans cheer for their • An before vowels: a, e, i, o, u team”
  10. 10. The Verb Is • Is = a “to be” verb • Is = a singular verb • Singular means one, NOT two, three, or four. • Not: • “One hockey player is not a team.” • Team:
  11. 11. The “to be” verb are• are is a “to be” verb• are is a plural verb• Plural means more than one: two, three, four, or more• Singular: an announcer Plural: the announcers• Singular: a coach Plural: the coaches• Singular: a city Plural: the cities • Singular nouns that end in “Y” change to “ies” when plural
  12. 12. Another part of speech is the conjunction• Two singular nouns become a plural noun• Two nouns can be connected by the word “and”.•

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