The ESL/ELL Teacher's Book of Lists by Jacqueline E. Kress

By Jacqueline E. Kress

Every thing educators want to know to reinforce studying for ESL scholars This designated instructor time-saver contains ratings of beneficial, useful lists that could be reproduced for school room use or stated within the improvement of educational fabrics and classes. the fabric contained during this booklet is helping K-12 lecturers make stronger and increase the training of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and writing talents in ESL scholars of all skill degrees. for simple use and easy access, the lists are published in a structure that may be photocopied as again and again as required. a whole, completely up-to-date word list on the finish presents an integral consultant to the really good language of ESL guide.

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She has been to the water. Did you get it all? People write one word at a time. Is this all there is? Some of the time I write numbers. Will we go out now? Look up the word. Look at me. I have this other oil to use. I have to see him now. Look for some water in there. She said I could go there. What would make her find some more? It was all I had. Did you like it? Who called her about it? I could see him with her. They were with other people. Go, but do not call him. They will write about each other.

Because the animal was so large, it had to live in the country. I like to write letters to my family and take pictures of them. He is in high school now, but she is not. Tell me the same story again, because I like it. Father had a good example of an answer. The group likes to see pictures of mountains. I have a list of work I have to do for school. The group often got together to eat good food. Mother said she still likes to learn new things. We also took three boys to the country with our family.

M. (after noon, but before midnight) second minute quarter hour half hour hour day clock watch digital clock wristwatch analog clock calendar watch battery stopwatch hour-hand timer minute-hand clock radio second-hand alarm clock 44â•… ╇ The ESL/ELL Teacher’s Book of Lists Time-Related Idioms a matter of time ahead of time all the time at one time be before your time be in the right place at the right time be only a matter of time before your time bide your time big time buy time do time Do you have the time?

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