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Close reading is key to the analysis and interpretation of literature. A close reading of the title and the epigraph of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” offers readers an opportunity to examine how even single words or names can contribute to the development of a motif or theme. To begin the examination, individuals respond to several questions that ask them to consider Prufrock’s name. After sharing their responses, groups use the provided questions and focus on the poem’s epigraph. The resource contains everything you need to promote close reading and deserves a place in your curriculum library.
Furnish your job seekers with a resume-building worksheet that details the kind of information they must collect and shows them how to format this information into an effective resume. Sample resumes, reference lists, and lists of action words and phrases that may be used to enliven the qualifications section are also provided. A handy resource.
Grade schoolers read "The Decision" to practice finding the meaning of unknown words using the context clues provided. There are eight bolded words: options, procrastinated, assignment, determination, perplexed, elective, recommend, and conviction. Each word gets matched to one of the listed definitions. Consider teaching kids the strategy of placing the word's potential definition in the word's space to either eliminate or confirm the option.
Playing in a concert band takes a lot of time and practice. Your dedicated young musicians consider the concept of theme found in film music. They practice the timing, melody, and rhythm found in the films, Jurassic Park, La Bamba, and Pirates of the Caribbean. Sheet music is not included.
With 18 categories in both Latin American Spanish and Castellano, learners of all ages will enjoy developing vocabulary and hearing the differences in dialects. Featuring a learning mode and a practice mode, teach yourself words about transportation, family, animals, clothing, and much more.
What time is it? Work on telling the time in 11 different languages! Kids will like the silly sounds and pictures included in this app, and teachers will appreciate the educational content.
This presentation appears to be created for an English language acquisition classroom geared towards adults. The focus is on using adjectives in a work setting, although the description and examples are applicable to everyday life. The last slide highlights the difference between the words fewer and less.
Students write about their ideal mate. In this ideal mate writing lesson, students listen and then help the teacher describe the characteristics of an ideal mate. Students write about their ideal mate and share with a partner. Students prepare an oral presentation about their ideal mate.
Students write positive sentences about their classmates. In this describing a classmate lesson, students discuss a picture presented by the teacher. After the teacher tells why she likes this person, students write sentences using the format: I like________________ because... Students connect their sentences to make a short paragraph about the person they like. Students pieces are given to student they are about.