by Chris Fry's EFL channel
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Tags: film number, mosquitoes, spiders
I'm going to read a loud the five sentences where you had to decide which of the three words would not stress. So number we live there for ten years we live there for ten years. Number two have you seen this film have you seen this film. Number three I don't like mosquitoes and spiders I don't like mosquitoes and spiders. Number four I can look at water but I can't swim in it.
Ok let's start with the history hey hey hey we're gonna start with the history and this important people that are helped discovered DNA as the molecule of inheritance. Ok so the first guy that we're gonna start with is Miescher could be a terrible pronunciation on his name I don't know but remember this is the guy that took the cells off of the bandages in the hospital that he got the toss off at the hospital bandages and he was trying to learning about something within the cell. So he broke those down and he ___ them and he discovered what he called nuclein which we know now is nucleac(?) acid the best that he could figure out is that this nuclein was very very rich is phospherous(?) and so he thought that he had discovered an organel(?) that was specifically suited
by Mr. V's phlog
Tags: listening comprehension, focus, versatile tool
Today you record yourself speaking using that radio after broadcasting you will then listen to 3 other people's recording and commenting English on what they did well and what they should work on in the future for example you could say things like great pronunciation or helpful and next time you need to think about your sentence structure on speaking. This is a very versatile tool that will help you with your listening comprehension as well as your speaking ability for that we're gonna focus on ___ benchmark this is gonna be something you're gonna have to do well. ___.
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Tags: proper pronunciation, o clock, ipod nano
I have broken the 200 pound barrier on my weigh (pun intended) to run a marathon (or two) in the Fall (and then something crazy-good in a few years). BUT today is even more important, because TODAY marks the return of John Ellis: friend, coach, motivator, loving husband, devoted father and yes: FELLOW RUNNER. http://the22miler.blogspot.com/
Hey Brooke. This is Emily Wes. So I really like the video Kayla teaching guided meaning. She started a lesson by getting those ___ to build me in ___. She ask questions like how do you feel ___ or what do you doing like to go out. The students answer the questions and I just talked about it to get them thinking about what is gonna happen in the book then. She asked students in the prediction about the book by looking at the pictures. Through out the book they read. They asked questions like where is the dad. It's a ___ we been do or by looking at the pictures I'm sorry ___. So looking at the pictures and making the prediction just seeing understand what is going to happen. This also does include to help them with pronunciation when they start reading. Before they read the book she ___ the purpose of reading. They redefine that ___ to come we're going to come back on ___
Hello fellow classmates. I think this is a great tool to use in education because it works with the form of technology that all children are familiar with and is something that you're interested in. Everyone ___ society has a cell phone so if things like a great way to reach people with an important message. Teachers can use this tool to contact parents when necessary. Also I think it would be great for students to use this tool when when reading loud they can play back what they just read and hear how they found it. At that point they will here if they mispronounced the word or if they were reading too fast or too slow that will help them improve their diction, tone, pronunciation and overall fluency(?) as they become better readers. In my school we use a system called find this ___ Nell(?) to test the child's reading level and we do it about 3 to 4 times a year. I would love for them to use these programs to hear how they read the story loud and get a better understanding of why their level is what it is and what.
by Latest Phlog
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Tags: danish champions, correct pronunciation, force game
GB Men's Asst Coach Bill Baillie reports from the Trophee Morbi Hand in France