Identify the sentence with the correct word choice. a) Sadly, I except your resignation. b) Sadly, I excel your resignation. c) Sadly, I accept your resignation. d) Sadly, I assail your resignation. a) b) c) d) a) b) c) d) a) b) c) d) a) b) c) d) Let's divide the work between the three of us. Let's divide
English language techniques are used in many writings to help the readers to have a better understanding and for the writers to express more. It is also same for an argumentative writing. In this particular essay, the writer had used language techniques to persuade readers that Australia should not become a republic country. This essay will discuss about what kind of language techniques the writer had used to persuade the readers that the writer’s opinion is correct.
a. Are there any unusual uses of verbs that could surprise or confuse students? To help children grow, which aspects of grammar might the teacher need to support? Explain your thinking for both questions.
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I love the idea of pairing English Language Learners with other students in the classroom. However, I have witnessed this in the classroom and I will say that it wasn't the best pairing for either student. The reason I feel this way is because of the personality conflicts. The native English speaking student would become very abrasive with his ELL because she was not listening to him. When I would remind him to slow down and explain to her what he was saying and the reason he wanted to do it his way, he would get aggravated. I feel when pairing ELL students we as teachers have to be mindful of both individuals personalities. It is my opinion that ELL's need to be partnered with a strong reader who is thoughtful and patient. A student who is
Proofs remain my favorite part of Geometry class. I love that N.M. Gwynne presents her views on grammar this way. They are straightforward and concise, communicating the necessary information in the fewest words possible. That’s right up my alley. Her premise, that all of civilization hinges on good grammar is dramatic, this much she admits, but her proofs bears out her hypothesis, for the most part. Her basic flow starts with needing words to actually feel any certain way. Feeling hunger is not hunger unless hunger has a name. From there, right thinking is only achievable with the right words. Naming a feeling gives you options. Next, decision-making depends on the validity of the options. The wrong words affect the accuracy of the options and the decision. Thus, the wrong decision makes a mess of not only your life, but possibly others. Finally, you and everyone else are unhappy. Gwynne goes on to extrapolate bad grammar to negatively affecting society as a whole. An individual making the wrong decision is one thing, but if enough do, that presents a bigger problem for society. From there, she says all of civilization is at risk
“Being able to access service such as health and mental health care is very important and in some cases can even be a matter of life or death. It is estimated about 11 millions of people or 4.2% of the population of U.S experiences some level of difficulty in speaking english well to not all”(Linguistic Diverse Population, 2010). It can be expected that these numbers will increase, because of the changing demographic of U.S population. The situation prompted in the video that this is the rising number of foreign patients seeking care here at U.S is becoming an ever expanding challenge for health care providers across the the country so the organization of Fluency their interested in getting people to go their website and ask for help from interpreters. The PSA from Fluency is effective at convincing the audience to those who need help in understanding that person language to go seek those interpreters in their website because: the speaker at the end of the PSA states facts of new language, it warns foreign people if they don’t seek the proper help it can lead to life or death, and use the saying of “We
After discussing grammar in class, I learned that it is not just a simple definition. By looking at different examples, I was able to learn how grammar is present in many different aspects of my life. A good example of this would be dance. I started taking dance classes when I was young and I continued throughout high school. There are many different styles of dance, and things would be done differently in each style of dance. For example, with modern, students are usually able to dance barefoot, while with jazz students usually where a specific type of jazz shoe, and with ballet there are pointe shoes. At my studio, there was a specific type of pointe shoe that was worn by some dancers who were more experienced, so when I was little I would
In an effort to gain useable and positive feedback from English language learners, teachers must use ongoing assessments. Whereas standardized tests only give information on students during a certain part of the year, ongoing assessments will allow teachers to monitor students’ progress throughout the year. Informal assessments are very beneficial in monitoring the progress of students. One type of informal assessment is the use of role playing. During role playing, students are given opportunities to speak in English dealing with different situations. This assessment will let the teacher observe how well the student is comprehends the scenarios and how they respond to them. This type of assessment is effective because it allows students to put the English language into use increasing their English