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'Letter Me This' And 5 Other Reading Response Activities For Your ESL Students

If your students have turned the last page in their book, they are bound to have a great sense of accomplishment. After all, learning a second language well enough to read fifty or more pages really is a big deal. But now what? What should those same students do to respond to what they have written? Here are some ideas for reading responses to both fiction and nonfiction for your ESL students. How To ...
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6 Types Of Pronouns And How To Teach Them To Your Students

He, she, it, you, we, they…for good or ill, pronouns in English are far more complicated than these basics. Pronouns change depending on person, number, and function in a sentence. We use different pronouns for people we know and people we don’t. We use pronouns to ask questions, to draw attention to certain objects, and to show ownership. It’s no wonder that pronouns are a topic we d ...
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We’ve all encountered at least one: the “drama queen” (or “king”), capable of taking the most minor of annoyance—e.g., the full wastepaper basket—and turning it into a crisis of almost global proportions, requiring immediate action. Or the drama queen or king may actively create crisis. In life outside the classroom, these crises are often real ones, involving j ...
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