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The Lesson• Course Overview, Language Learning • Possessive Adjective – The textbook & Technology, Possessive Adjective sample chapter (Download here:• Using English-English Chapter 2) Dictionary, Simple Present Tense • Positive and Negative Sentences• Spoken & Written English, Wh- • Wh-Questions Questions • Part of Speech I: Verb• Past Tense, Social Networking & • Part of Speech II: Noun Language Learning • Tense: Simple Present, Past• Varieties Use of English, Present Tense, and Present Progressive Progressive • Vocabularies and Dictionary• Part of Speech Part I, Review: • Preposition Dictionary• Part of Speech Part II, Preposition Part I• Preposition Part II, Vocabularies Weebly/• Introduction to Sentence Structure Course Website• Review and Course Evaluation Wiziq
PART II LANGUAGE LEARNING & TECHNOLOGY Ben Zimmer from the New York times said, “Language will become more technologically mediated.”Photo used from Voxy
Language Learning & Technology Electronic and Digital MediaPhoto used fromuchichago, edusoftech, learnfrenchvideo, Jeffryhill
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Language Learning & Technology, What is this mean?• Technologies support the language learning process.• Technologies enhance the quality of language learning.• Technologies expand the opportunity for people in everywhere to exchange, share, and learn language.• Technologies promote cross-cultural interaction and develop cross-cultural understanding through language learning.
PART III POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES I’m Hendry Johnson. I am a college professor. My wife is Joanna Cooper. She is a nurse. I have one son. His name is Rouser Johnson. Rouser is a seventh The Johnson’s Family grade student.Photo used fromdrjamesdobson
REVIEW• Adjectives: words that describe nouns or pronouns – Which: this chair, my computer – How many: a dozen egg, two cup of coffee – What kind: the red hair, that white car• Pronouns: words that take the place of nouns – Yuandi will help you. – He will help you.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVESSubject Possessive ExamplesPronouns AdjectivesI My I use my sister’s car.You Your You like your new car, don’t you?He His He invites his friends to the party.She Her She loves her son very much.It Its The kangaroo is harvested for its meat.We Our We enjoy our party.They Their They went to Cambodia to visit their grant parents.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES• Rule 1: Verbs follow the subject pronouns. – I am, You are, We love• Rule 2: Possessive adjective comes before a noun or an adjective + noun. – My sister’s car, her suitcase, his lawyer• Rule 3: Possessive adjectives are used with singular and plural nouns. – His friends or his friend, my boys or my boy• Rule 4: For an animal or a thing, the possessive adjective “its” is used, but for a pet, “his” or “her” is used. – My fish’s name is Swimmy.
Try This Exercise! I ___ Gow Chin Suan. My family and I moved to the U.S. in 2001. I have two brothers and one sister. My older brother has a cat. ___ cat’s name is Tjutju. My younger brother has a fish. He put ___ fish’s tank in the living room. My sister doesn’t like pet, but she loves to play piano. She bought ___ own piano last year. My dad help ___ to brought the piano back from the store. My sister is a good piano player. She won a competition two months ago.Photo used from HowieChoo
Gow Chin Suan’s Story I ___ Gow Chin Suan. My family and I moved to the U.S. in 2001. I have two brothers and one sister. My older brother has a cat. ___ cat’s name is Tjutju. My younger brother has a fish. He put ___ fish’s tank in the living room. My sister doesn’t like pet, but she loves to play piano. She bought ___ own piano last year. My dad help Answer: am, his, his, her, h ___ to brought the piano back from er the store. My sister is a good piano player. She won a competition two months ago.Photo used from HowieChoo
Independent Study• Possessive Adjectives by Dan Fulmer – http://a4esl.org/q/f/z/zz18mdf.htm• Grammar Exercise – Possessive Adjectives by myenglishpages – http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/gr ammar-exercise-possessive-adjectives.php• Possessive Adjectives by ToLearnEnglish – http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise- english-2/exercise-english-54502.php
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