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Wolfgang Halbig and the Sandy Hook Hoax

Let me start off by saying this guy (a school safety and security expert and consultant who just so happens to have been contracted in the recent past by the Justice Department… hmmm…. ) answered “I want to raise a lot of money” when asked directly what his next step was and what he wanted to do. He’s made a point to say it twice so far in the interview. I’m 23 minutes into it at this point.

For those of you in the know, sounds a bit like Mike Gravel and the Truth movement to me (for those of you who don’t know: Mike pretended to be all about helping the Truth movement so he could “raise a lot of money” and then he ran off with it)

That said…

David sent me an email the other day which was a link to an American Free Press interview of one Wolfgang W. Halbig conducted by David Gahary.

Mr. Halbig has been filing FOIA requests with regards to the shooting at Sandy Hook elementary school back in Dec. of 2012. Specifically, he’s been focusing on the police and rescue team responses and how they differed substantially from standard operating procedures which because of his background, he would certainly be well aware of.

He brings up some very good issues in the interview such as:

 

  • why did the responding officers have to park a quarter mile from the scene?
  • why were there no Life Assist helicopters called in to help the wounded and take them to the hospitals?
  • why were the paramedics forced to remain outside the building, some 500 yards away at a crucial time when victims were lying bleeding on the floor?
  • who pronounced the victims as deceased, something only medical personnel can do on a scene?
  • why were several officers recorded sending children back into rooms 8 and 10 during the initial sweep of the school when according to the final report, all the dead children were found in those two rooms?
  • why did police at the scene report finding certain weapons inside the school and then change their story about what was found and where?
  • when asking about contractor’s names for such services as installing the new security system and cleaning up biological material after the event, he was told disclosing that information would “put the children at risk”. What the heck is that?
  • signs that read “everyone must sign in” on scene the morning of the shooting and porta-potties there within 3 hours?
  • no law suits filed by the parents against the school district for either negligence or how the first response on the scene was handled.
  • Eric Holder gave officers checks after the shooting?

Basically Mr. Halbig is giving voice to some legitimate concerns about what happened (or didn’t happen) that Dec. day. His conclusion is that it was a completely staged event and for the most part I have to agree with him.

He claims that some detectives from his local police department paid him a visit back in December of last year and threatened him with criminal charges out of Connecticut if he didn’t stop “harassing” public officials with his FOIA requests and phone calls. Of course since then all he’s done is go on one radio show after another with his story about these threats (he did a Jim Fetzer interview back in January) and so far, he’s still doing fine as far as I can tell.

There is no way to confirm that aspect of his story.

Mr. Halbig says he wants to raise this money so he can depose witnesses, get them to answer questions under oath and the fear of prosecution were they to provide false statements. Correct me if I am wrong, but I don’t think average citizens can run around questioning witnesses under oath without at least some form of legal mandate like an investigation or a pending trial. You can do something similar to what the Citizen’s Investigation Team (CIT) did with the Truth movement, but since that was an obvious disinformation campaign run by the Pentagon (Flyover theory), I don’t think it would be a good idea for this guy to model his efforts on that pattern.

At first glance his plan sounds good. Force those who made decisions that morning to explain why certain standard procedures weren’t followed, like why no trauma helicopters? That’s all well and good. But the problem is, without a criminal or even a civil case pending, they don’t have to attend such a disposition, much less answer any questions.

Mr. Halbig is saying all the right things and asking all the right questions so for that I link you guys to his interview and thank Dave for sending me the link. But to be honest, if he was doing all of this without the caveat that he wants to raise “a lot of money”, then I would probably be a bit more supportive. It also doesn’t help that he is a former contractor for the Justice Department and kicked off this campaign on the Jim Fetzer show (Fetzer also started such disinfo giants as Judy Wood, Morgan Reynolds, Steven Jones and of course, Mike Gravel)

Have a listen to the interview and let me know what you think.

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Sandy Hook; GAME OVER: NO Deaths NO Victims in Official Record

Sandy Hook; GAME OVER: NO Deaths NO Victims in Official Record

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Balloons hang from the Sandy Hook Elementary School sign in Sandy Hook, in Newtown,

From livingonplanetZ:

The Sandy Hook shooting official narrative is now dead. We have seen in previous films how the Newtown school “shooting” was interconnected not only to the CIA, but also that Dawn Hochsprung – a supposed ‘victim’ of the event – is closely related to the family of a key propagandist. This propagandist AND Hochsprung are secretly and closely related to Peter Lanza – and therefore to the entire “Lanza” family!

While some genealogy websites list the ‘official’ Sandy Hook victims in database searches, it was discovered that NONE of the “deaths” were actually traceable to the town of Sandy Hook in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Why? Inconsistencies in the various proprietary databases suggested TAMPERING WITH THE RECORDS as the cause. Indeed, it has been revealed that a systematic effort was made about one year before the “massacre”, to block or limit public access to such records!

In this document, you will see the results of a painstakingly thorough search of the ORIGINAL Social Security Death Master File for the Sandy Hook “victims.” The results are shocking. A great deal of information is made available, so anyone can verify the result for themselves.

The Boston Marathon “bombing” taught us much about how the fake death industry works – particularly in connection with Sandy Hook (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m07q7… — The Fake Death Industry). Here, we can see it in action, with the people who put it to use.

- See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/sandy-hook-game-over-no-deaths-no-victims-in-official-record_022014#sthash.jxMh7xqJ.dpuf

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A fate worse than death

A fate worse than death

A fate worse than death

A fate worse than death

Meaning

Any misfortune that would make life unlivable, especially rape or loss of virginity. The phrase was formally a euphemism for rape.

Origin

This phrase originally attested to the belief that a dishonoured woman was better off dead. It is still used, but ironically of late. The earlier view was expressed in Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 1781:

“The matrons and virgins of Rome were exposed to injuries more dreadful, in the apprehension of chastity, than death itself.”

The current version of the phrase was used in several works from 1810 onward but was probably brought into public use via Edgar Rice Burroughs’ widely read Tarzan of the Apes, 1914:

“[The ape] threw her roughly across his broad, hairy shoulders, and leaped back into the trees, bearing Jane Porter away toward a fate a thousand times worse than death.”

 

One day a farmer A bigger bang for your buck A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush A bunch of fives A chain is only as strong as its weakest link A countenance more in sorrow than in anger A Daniel come to judgement A diamond in the rough A diamond is forever A dish fit for the gods A drop in the bucket A fate worse than death A feather in one hat A fish out of water A fish rots from the head down A fly in the ointment A fool and his money are soon parted A fool paradise A foot in the door A foregone conclusion A friend in need is a friend indeed A golden key can open any door A good man is hard to find A hard man is good to find Everyone says I love you Horse feathers Mans best friends

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2-CX7EOeBt4#t=5 Come to the Philippines and Learn English Well E & G International Language Center was founded on June 26, 2006. Its humble beginnings were braved by six teachers and five students. Since then, that number had grown sporadically. E & G is basically an ESL (English as a Secondary Language) school in Davao City. Its students originate mainly from South Korea and Japan. The students are taught the basics and dynamics of the English language. The school provides air-conditioned dormitory rooms, a dining hall which serves three square meals a day, numerous cubicles for both single and group classes, laundry services, room cleaning services, round-the-clock wifi service, competent office staff, a 24-hour CCTV system and security guard service. Despite the proliferation of various language centers around the country, E & G is an excellent choice by many prospective students. They are especially delighted about the breath-taking location of the school besides the sea fronting infamous Samal Island. The school is comfortably located nearby several huge malls and entertainment centers that provides relaxation for the students whenever they want to unwind. The locality is sprinkled with fast food and take-out counters as well as convenient outlets for immediate needs. The future goal of the school is to be able to bring in more students from South Korea and Japan and provide them with updated English teaching programs and bring it to a level of world-class compatibility. To know more you may visit our site at http://www.engdavao.com/main/https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2-CX7EOeBt4#t=3 ダバオE&G フィリピン 留学 英語 学校 語学留学 体験 口コミ 評判 www.youtube.com http://ez-ryugaku.com/ ダバオ(DAVAO) E&G フィリピン 留学 英語 学校 口コミ 語学学校 評判!英会話 格安留学 体験^^フィリピン留学オンラインドットコム:EZ(イージー) ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JULY 23, 2013 ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER (GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE RESOURCE BOOK: PRONUNCIATION PAIRS LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING,PRONUNCIATION, SLE TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH Nickname ALVIN DAVIS Nationality AMERICAN Major: ESL TEACHER Subject PRONUNCIATION COURSE OBJECTIVES This one month class is to learn to speak American English with a clear sounding of the words, to be able to speak to other people and have them understand what you are talking about, not slurred, or with slang.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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TOEIC CLASSES ARE NOW OPEN

  • August 28
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2-CX7EOeBt4#t=5 Come to the Philippines and Learn English Well E & G International Language Center was founded on June 26, 2006. Its humble beginnings were braved by six teachers and five students. Since then, that number had grown sporadically. E & G is basically an ESL (English as a Secondary Language) school in Davao City. Its students originate mainly from South Korea and Japan. The students are taught the basics and dynamics of the English language. The school provides air-conditioned dormitory rooms, a dining hall which serves three square meals a day, numerous cubicles for both single and group classes, laundry services, room cleaning services, round-the-clock wifi service, competent office staff, a 24-hour CCTV system and security guard service. Despite the proliferation of various language centers around the country, E & G is an excellent choice by many prospective students. They are especially delighted about the breath-taking location of the school besides the sea fronting infamous Samal Island. The school is comfortably located nearby several huge malls and entertainment centers that provides relaxation for the students whenever they want to unwind. The locality is sprinkled with fast food and take-out counters as well as convenient outlets for immediate needs. The future goal of the school is to be able to bring in more students from South Korea and Japan and provide them with updated English teaching programs and bring it to a level of world-class compatibility. To know more you may visit our site at http://www.engdavao.com/main/https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2-CX7EOeBt4#t=3 ダバオE&G フィリピン 留学 英語 学校 語学留学 体験 口コミ 評判 www.youtube.com http://ez-ryugaku.com/ ダバオ(DAVAO) E&G フィリピン 留学 英語 学校 口コミ 語学学校 評判!英会話 格安留学 体験^^フィリピン留学オンラインドットコム:EZ(イージー) ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JULY 23, 2013 ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER (GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE RESOURCE BOOK: PRONUNCIATION PAIRS LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING,PRONUNCIATION, SLE TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH Nickname ALVIN DAVIS Nationality AMERICAN Major: ESL TEACHER Subject PRONUNCIATION COURSE OBJECTIVES This one month class is to learn to speak American English with a clear sounding of the words, to be able to speak to other people and have them understand what you are talking about, not slurred, or with slang.

 

 

 

1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week 6th week
Introduction            (One-On-One) Listening Comprehension Photos                   (One-On-One) Question – Response        (One-On-One) Practice Test    (One-On-One) Talks                                       (One-On-One)                       Extra Week Incomplete Sentences                                  (One-On-One)                                                              Extra Week
Interview Class Analyzing Photos, Photos of People , Photos of Things TOEIC Part 1 to 5 Language Strategies Nouns / Verbs / Locations/ Facts / Interpretation Language Strategies Who / What / When / Where /Why / How / Auxiliaries /Statements Test Feedback / General Questions Language Strategies Business, Recorded and Special Announcements, Advertisements / News /Weather Language Strategies Word Patterns / Word Choice
Key Words                Part 5 of the TOEIC Test Similar Sounds/ Prepositions / Inaccurate Description/ Different Context Similar Sounds/ Repeated Words/ Different Context/ Associated Words Similar Sounds/ Repeated Words/ Different Context/ Associated Words Similar Words/ Prepositions/ Different Context/ Associated Words Content: Conjunctions /Transitions words / Verbs     Word Families
Conversation Talking in long pattern Conversation Talking in long pattern Conversation Talking in long pattern Conversation Talking in long pattern Conversation Talking in long pattern Conversation Talking in long pattern
Part 3 and 4 of TOEIC Comprehension Grammar Tip Vocabulary Tip Grammar Tip Vocabulary Tip Vocabulary Tip
Writing with TOEIC    Comprehension Vocabulary Tip Strategy Practice Strategy Practice Strategy Practice Strategy Practice
Extra Topics Extra Topics Extra Topics Extra Topics Extra Topics Extra Topics
Advertisements / Bulletins /Forms and Tables / Labels Letters, Email, and Memos Reading Drills and Practice Main Idea Questions /Detail Questions Language Strategy 2 General Questions/ Area of Focus Vocabulary Questions/ Double Passage Questions
Language Strategies Word Patterns / Word Choice FeedBack / General Questons Single Passages FeedBack / General Questons Review Reading Comprehension Timed Reading
1st week 2nd week 3rd week 4th week 5th week 6th week
Text Completion         (GROUP) Practice Test Two     (GROUP) Reading Comprehension    (GROUP) Reading Comprehension Continued (GROUP) Reading Comprehension Continued (GROUP)Extra Week Practice Test Three (GROUP)                                            Extra Week
Vocabulary Tip   Comparisons and Superlatives TOEIC Part 1 to 5 Vocabulary Tip Comparisons and Superlatives TOEIC Part 1 to 5 Vocabulary Tip Comparisons and Superlatives  TOEIC Part 1 to 5 Vocabulary Tip Comparisons and Superlatives  TOEIC Part 1 to 5 Vocabulary Tip Comparisons and Superlatives  TOEIC Part 1 to 5 Vocabulary Tip Comparisons and Superlatives  TOEIC Part 1 to 5
Grammar Tip          Test Strategies         Gerunds and Infinitives       Strategy Practice Grammar Tip          Test Strategies         Gerunds and Infinitives       Strategy Practice Grammar Tip                     Test Strategies         Gerunds and Infinitives       Strategy Practice Grammar Tip            Test Strategies         Gerunds and Infinitives       Strategy Practice Single Passages FeedBack / General Questons
Speed Reading                Strategy Practice         Reading Drills and Practice Modals Language Strategies Reading Drills and Practice Speed Reading                Strategy Practice         Reading Drills and Practice Advertisements / Bulletins /Forms and Tables / Labels Letters, Email, and Memos Review Reading Comprehension
Listening Tactics for Part 1 and 2 TOEIC Listening Tactics for Part 1 and 2 TOEIC Listening Tactics for Part 1 and 2 TOEIC Listening Tactics for Part 1 and 2 TOEIC Double Passages                General Questions/ Area of Focus Recording Audio and Video          Gerunds and Infinitives
Extra Topic Extra Topic Extra Topic Extra Topic Extra Topic Extra Topic
Grammar Tip Grammar Tip Grammar Tip Grammar Tip Grammar Tip Review / General Questions
Vocabulary Tip Vocabulary Tip Vocabulary Tip Vocabulary Tip Vocabulary Tip Area of Focus
Strategy Practice Strategy Practice Strategy Practice Strategy Practice Strategy Practice Strategy Practice
General Questions/ Area of Focus General Questions/ Area of Focus General Questions/ Area of Focus General Questions/ Area of Focus General Questions/ Area of Focus Timed Reading                               Language Strategy 2

 

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Come to the Philippines to Learn “ENGLISH”

Five Units Of Awesome

Five Units Of Awesome (Photo credit: Lotus Carroll)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE

RESOURCE BOOK:  PRONUNCIATION PAIRS            LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING,PRONUNCIATION, SLE      TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
Nickname ALVIN DAVIS
Nationality AMERICAN
Major: ESL TEACHER
Subject PRONUNCIATION

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

This one month class is to learn to speak American English with a clear sounding of the words, to be able to speak to other people and have them understand what you are talking about, not slurred, or with slang.

Suggestions / Recommendations

Pronunciation Pairs:   (To say the words very clearly), (To Remember to sound the words very clearly),

(To say the correct “ED” sound and the correct “S” “IZ” or “Z” sounds), (To say with the correct Intonations),

(Flow of the words together), (To put the emotions into your words), (To find the sounds that change in a word).

(To stress on words that have a different meaning), (To show excitement with some parts of speech).

Course Outline

Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic pronunciation test which will cover all vowel and consonant sounds as well as consonant clusters. From the students performance on this test individual vowel and consonant sounds will be identified and targeted for classroom learning. More complicated consonant combinations as well as past tense verb and plurals “S” endings will be practiced and reviewed.

Step 01:  One hour of Pronunciation Pairs.  Five Units per hour, will improve there pronunciation level in one week, each week will build confidence in there ability to speak and understand the new vocabulary of English.

 

Week 2 – Students will be introduced to word stress. As a means of teaching this students will learn syllable count, prefix and suffix pronunciation and compound word pronunciation and stress. Students will begin to learn higher aspects of American accent word stress and reduction of pronouns and modals.

Step 01:  One hour of Grammar, will help the student start saying sentence patterns, this week will be the growing of Pronunciation with Vocabulary words.  The American accent and word stress and reduction of pronouns will also be used to help the student understanding the forms of America stress and other country’s English.

Step 02:  One Hour of Pronunciation.  Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom.

 

Week 3 – Students will work on English rhythm patterns to include highlighting stressed words within a sentence, thought groups and usual patterns of speech associated with pronouns, articles, contractions and prepositions. A closer look will be taken at phrasal verbs and descriptive devices such as simile and metaphor.

Step 01:  Reading, Writing, listening.  One hour of Reading, Writing, listening, will play a roll in the developing of the student’s interest in the English language as well as the understanding of “WHY” when a student can understand the why of English they start learning at a faster pace.

Step 02:  One hour of Pronunciation.  Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar, Reading, Writing, Listening, you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom even more then the first two weeks.

 

Week 4 –Students will be introduced to Intonation. Listing intonation, question/tag question and drop-rise intonation. Pitch range and expressive intonation will be covered. Blending, reduction and higher level English speaking skills useful in IELTs, TOEIC and TOEFL will be learned.

Step 01:  Review, It is important for the student to review all that they have learned, and the mistakes that the teacher now can correct and get the student to remember the correct way to Speak, Read, Write, Listen and use the proper Grammar.

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE

RESOURCE BOOK:  BASIC GRAMMAR IN USE           LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE,   TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Grammar is important because it is the language that makes it possible for us to talk about language. Grammar names the types of words and word groups that make up sentences not only in English but in any language. As human beings, we can put sentences together even as children–we can all do grammar. But to be able to talk about how sentences are built, about the types of words and word groups that make up sentences–that is knowing about grammar. And knowing about grammar offers a window into the human mind and into our amazingly complex mental capacity. People associate grammar with errors and correctness. But knowing about grammar also helps us understand what makes sentences and paragraphs clear and interesting and precise. Grammar can be part of literature discussions, when we and our students closely read the sentences in poetry and stories. And knowing about grammar means finding out that all languages and all dialects follow grammatical patterns.

 

GRAMMAR: To Learn English Grammar and how the differences are between learning English in it true form.  The English Language has many different parts of Grammar and to understand each part it must be done one step at a time.

Suggestions / Recommendation:

Basic Grammar in Use:  (To learn Grammar is a short time and to insure that the Grammar can be used in a formal and a business setting).  To learn all the parts of Grammar, Present, Past, Present Perfect, Passive,

Verb Forms, Future, Modals, Imperatives, Auxiliary Verbs, Questions, Reported Speech, Pronouns, Possessives, Determiners, and Pronouns, with Adjectives and Adverbs, Prepositions, Two Word Verbs,

Conjunctions and Clauses.

 

Course Outline

  1. Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic grammar in use test. If they are a beginner then they will start at the Unit 01.  AM/IS/ARE, This will start them learning the Positive and Negative with sentence structure and where to use them.  (That’s=That is There’s=There is) they will do the exercises 1.1 to 1.6. Start:  Unit 2. Exercises 2.1 to 2.5 (Questions) How to ask questions.  Unit 3. Exercises 3.1 to 3.4 (Present Continuous)  In these Exercises there are complete the sentences with a follow up with the teachers and with there homework.  Writing about a small picture and using the proper Grammar, also writing about true sentences.                                                                        Students will start Learning (Present Continuous Questions) this will build there Grammar at a faster pace.  Unit 4 – 4.1 to 4.4 Exercises looking at the picture and write the proper questions to be asked in the conversation.  Unit 5 – (Simple Present) Exercises 5.1 to 5.5 using Verbs. Asking Questions to other students and staff.  Students will began learning (Simple Present Negative) Unit 6 Exercise 6.1 to 6.5 This will be writing negative sentences, study the information and write sentence with like, putting the verb in the correct form (Positive or Negative) Unit 7- 7.1 to 7.4 (Simple Present Questions) Write Questions also using the verbs.  Write true short answers. Unit 8 – 8.1 to 8.3 (Present Continuous and Simple Present) using Present Continuous in the proper way of a sentence structure.                                                                 Week 2 – Unit 9 using 9.1 to 9.4 Exercises Rewriting sentences with (got) (have) (do’s and don’t) Unit 10 is using Was/Were will be doing (Positive) (Negative) (Questions) with short answers.  Start learning the correct order of the sentence. Unit 11 (Simple Past) Exercises 11.1 to 11.2 will use simple past of the verb usage.  Fill in the blanks with the proper verb and Simple Past forms.  Unit 12 (Simple Past Negative and Questions) Exercise 12.1 to 12.5 Complete the sentences with the proper past tense words putting the verb in the correct form.                                                                                                   Week 3 – Unit 13 (Past Continuous) Exercises 13.1 to 13.4 looking at the picture and fill in the blanks. What did the student do?  In past continuous form, complete the questions. Unit 14 (Past Continuous and Simple Past) Unit 15 (I Used to ) Unit 16 (present Perfect) Unit 17 (Simple Present and Present Perfect) Unit 18 (For, Since, Ago) Unit 19 (I Have Done and I Did)                                                              Week 4 – Unit 20 (Just, Already, and Yet) Unit 21 (I’ve Lost My Key,) Unit 22 (Passive) Unit 23 (Is Being Done) Unit 24 (Be, Have, do, in Present and Past) Unit 25 (Regular and Irregular Verbs) Unit 26 (What Are You Doing?) Unit 27 (I’m Going To) Unit 28 (Will) Unit 29 (I’ll, Will) Unit 30 (Might) Unit 31 (Can and Could) Unit 32 (Must)
  2. This is where we will start the review.  The review is very important to show what the student has really learned. There will be a Grammar test to show how much the student has learned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                      RESOURCE BOOK:  WRITING                          LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE              TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH   

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

 

MORE STEPS TO WRITTING: To Learn English Writing and how the differences are between learning English in it true form.  The English Language has many different parts of Writing and to understand each part it must be done one step at a time.

Suggestions / Recommendation:

More Steps to Writing: To establish writing skill’s for Business, a Contract, a E-Mail, just about anything you will need the ability to write in some form or another.  Even though we live in a computer age there are still many things that need to be written or typed correctly.

 Week 1- Unit 01 (Sports) Descriptive Composition Unit 02 (Entertainment) Informal Letter Unit 03 (Relationships) Discursive Composition

 

 WeeK 2- Unit 04 (Emergencies) Short Story Unit 05 (Travel) Letter to a friend Unit 06 (Health and Fitness) Report Writing

 

 Week 3- Unit 07 (Employment) Article Unit 08 (City and Country life) Discursive Composition

 

 Week 4- Review, make sure of all the spelling of each thing that is done, Grammar, and content will be the best for the student to learn how to write a good report, letter, e-mail.                             

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                      RESOURCE BOOK: English VOCABULARY in Use     LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING   TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

  

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: To teach the student a group of vocabulary words and how to use them in a sentence with the proper Grammar, and to understand the definition of vocabulary words and how to use them in different ways.  English has a vast way of using the vocabulary words, so by teaching them how to use them in different situations will increase the ability to use them correctly.

 

 

 

Book: English Vocabulary in Use:

 

(Everyday Verbs) (Words and Grammar) (People) (The World) (At Home) (School and Workplace) (Leisure) (Social Issues)

 

Week 1:  Everyday Verbs, Using language Words, Talking About Language, Learning Vocabulary, Learn words in Family, Picture and Diagrams, Exercises, 2.1 to 9.5

 

Week 2:  (Bring) (Get) (Phrasal Verbs) (Everyday Things) (Talking) (Moving) (Conjunctions) (Time Words) (Places) Exercises, 10.1 to 18.5

 

Week 3:  (Manner) (Irregular Verbs) (Common Uncountable Words) (Common Adjective Good and Bad) (Words and Prepositions) (Prefixes) Exercises, 19.1 to 25.6

 

Week 4:  Review Exercises 2.1 to 25.6, Test, and correct the mistakes the student are making.

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                        RESOURCE BOOK:  SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION                          LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE   TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH   

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Intro provides numerous opportunities for high beginning students to actively learn contemporary American English expressions. This text is also appropriate for vocabulary courses.
– Expressions are presented in interesting contexts — i.e., speaking on a car phone, being afraid to talk in school — and are spiralled through natural dialogues and listening activities.
– Learning strategies, such as vocabulary indexing and clustering, focus students on becoming independent learners.
– Activities include games, cartoons, role-plays, surveys, and dictations, as well as listening and writing activities that appeal to a wide range of learning styles.  

 

SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION:

The SLE (Speaking, Listening, Expression) program is a conversation program for adult and young adult learners of English as a foreign language. It aims to improve learners’ communicative competence through an emphasis on interaction. It enables learners to acquire and practice using important functions and expressions in natural contexts while, at the same time, stimulating conversation related to various topics and real-life situations. It utilizes a number of communicative approaches to language learning in order to facilitate the learners’ timely and effective acquisition of English. The aim of the program is to improve learners’ speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills as well as their vocabulary and grammar skills. The SLE series provides learners with the tools they need to use their newly acquired language skills in the real world. It aims to help build learners’ confidence in using English outside the classroom by increasing their understanding of and involvement in the learning process. Most importantly, the SLE series will challenge learners and help them believe in themselves. All learners participating in the SLE program will be able take the Pagoda motto to heart.                                                             Week 1: (Nice to Meet You) (What’s your Favorite?) (Time is on my Side) (What are you doing Nowadays?) (Weather and Seasons) (Red Letter Day) (There’s still a lot Left)Week 2: (All in the Family) (The Future is Bright) What Happened?) (I can Do It!) (Nice Suit) (Not Just Another Pretty Face) (Learning the Ins and Outs) (Wild Kingdom)

Week 3: (Would You Rather?) (Growing Up) (That Sounds Fine) (Give Me One good Reason) (Home is Where the Heart is)

Week 4: Review, Test, and correct the mistakes from each Unit, make sure there is no questions that are not answered.

                (GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                        RESOURCE BOOK:  READING ADVANTAGE                                             LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE                       TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH   

COURSE OBJECTIVES: what a language objective is

  • steps that teachers can take to create language objectives
  • how to implement language objectives in a general education classroom
  • how to align objectives to content and language standards
  • articulate for learners the academic language functions and skills that they need to master to fully participate in the lesson and meet the grade-level content standards.
  • are beneficial not only for language learners but for all students in a class, as everyone can benefit from the clarity that comes with a teacher outlining the requisite academic language to be learned and mastered in each lesson.

 Week 1: (Reading Comprehension) (Idioms) (Vocabulary Reinforcement) (Target Vocabulary) (What do you Think?) (Video Jockeys) (Coffee Culture) (Around the World)

Week 2: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (The Puffer Fish) (Getting Married) (Say It with Flowers) (Bollywood) (The Nobel Prize)

Week 3: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (A Funny Cure) (Palm Reading) (Amazing Memory) (Incredible Dogs) (Diamonds)

Week 4: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (Space Explorers) (Happy New Year) (Text Messaging) (Urban Legends)

08:00 to 08:50:   Pronunciation Pairs

09:00 to 09:50:   Basic Grammar in Use

10:00 to 10:50:   More Steps to Writing

11:00 to 11:50:   English VOCABULARY in Use                                                         

12:00 to 13:00:   Lunch                                

13:00 to 13:50:   SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION

14:00 to 14:50:   READING ADVANTAGE

 

15:00 to 16:50:   Optional Classes (POP) (MOVIES) (SURVIVAL) (PATTERN) (CNN) (BUSINESS) (PRESENTATION)                                                                                                

 

 

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EnG English School will Teach you “English”

English: Map of Davao del Sur showing the loca...

English: Map of Davao del Sur showing the location of Davao (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

hi and hello https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=2-CX7EOeBt4&t=7 E & G International Language Center     Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City Phone: 091 7712 2970 e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com davaoeng@gmail.com This is an introduction for you to understand E&G International Language Center.  We are an English Second Language School here in Davao, we have students that come from Korea and Japan.  We teach them all the basic’s of the English language, to make their experiences better.  We are asking for your kind help in finding Teachers for our great school.  We are in the need of good teachers with an overall desire, and aptitude to teach other  foreign students, this will be a great challenge but the teachers will have the chance to work and learn, teaching students from other country’s.  We have a great establishment for the teachers and the students. When a teacher comes to our school they will be required to take a written test and to do a demo and show there ability to teach students, they will be observed by the head teachers and the manager of the school, if they can show that they have the excitement, the ability to help students grow in the English, we would love to talk and hire them. We would ask that you post our advertisement so that we can find good teacher for our great school; if they want an exciting and rewarding and challenging but fun job then we need them as much as they need us. Thank you Sincerely:  E&G International Language Center Manager:  Ashleyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&t=4

 

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ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE

RESOURCE BOOK:  PRONUNCIATION PAIRS                                                            LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT 

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARYREADINGWRITING,PRONUNCIATION, SLE                  TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

 

Nickname ALVIN DAVIS
Nationality AMERICAN
Major: ESL TEACHER
Subject PRONUNCIATION

 

 

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

This one month class is to learn to speak American English with a clear sounding of the words, to be able to speak to other people and have them understand what you are talking about, not slurred, or with slang.

 

Suggestions / Recommendations

Pronunciation Pairs:   (To say the words very clearly), (To Remember to sound the words very clearly),

(To say the correct “ED” sound and the correct “S” “IZ” or “Z” sounds), (To say with the correct Intonations),

(Flow of the words together), (To put the emotions into your words), (To find the sounds that change in a word).

(To stress on words that have a different meaning), (To show excitement with some parts of speech).

 

Course Outline

Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic pronunciation test which will cover all vowel and consonant sounds as well as consonant clusters. From the students performance on this test individual vowel and consonant sounds will be identified and targeted for classroom learning. More complicated consonant combinations as well as past tense verb and plurals “S” endings will be practiced and reviewed.

Step 01:  One hour of Pronunciation Pairs.  Five Units per hour, will improve there pronunciation level in one week, each week will build confidence in there ability to speak and understand the new vocabulary of English.

 

Week 2 – Students will be introduced to word stress. As a means of teaching this students will learn syllable count, prefix and suffix pronunciation and compound word pronunciation and stress. Students will begin to learn higher aspects of American accent word stress and reduction of pronouns and modals.

Step 01:  One hour of Grammar, will help the student start saying sentence patterns, this week will be the growing of Pronunciation with Vocabulary words.  The American accent and word stress and reduction of pronouns will also be used to help the student understanding the forms of America stress and other country’s English.

Step 02:  One Hour of Pronunciation.  Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom.

 

Week 3 – Students will work on English rhythm patterns to include highlighting stressed words within a sentence, thought groups and usual patterns of speech associated with pronouns, articles, contractions and prepositions. A closer look will be taken at phrasal verbs and descriptive devices such as simile and metaphor.

Step 01:  Reading, Writing, listening.  One hour of Reading, Writing, listening, will play a roll in the developing of the student’s interest in the English language as well as the understanding of “WHY” when a student can understand the why of English they start learning at a faster pace.

Step 02:  One hour of Pronunciation.  Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar, Reading, Writing, Listening, you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom even more then the first two weeks.

 

Week 4 –Students will be introduced to Intonation. Listing intonation, question/tag question and drop-rise intonation. Pitch range and expressive intonation will be covered. Blending, reduction and higher level English speaking skills useful in IELTsTOEIC and TOEFL will be learned.

Step 01:  Review, It is important for the student to review all that they have learned, and the mistakes that the teacher now can correct and get the student to remember the correct way to Speak, Read, Write, Listen and use the proper Grammar.

 

 

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE

 

RESOURCE BOOK:  BASIC GRAMMAR IN USE                                                                                  LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

 

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE,                                                           TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Grammar is important because it is the language that makes it possible for us to talk about language. Grammar names the types of words and word groups that make up sentences not only in English but in any language. As human beings, we can put sentences together even as children–we can all do grammar. But to be able to talk about how sentences are built, about the types of words and word groups that make up sentences–that is knowing about grammar. And knowing about grammar offers a window into the human mind and into our amazingly complex mental capacity. People associate grammar with errors and correctness. But knowing about grammar also helps us understand what makes sentences and paragraphs clear and interesting and precise. Grammar can be part of literature discussions, when we and our students closely read the sentences in poetry and stories. And knowing about grammar means finding out that all languages and all dialects follow grammatical patterns.

 

 

 

GRAMMAR: To Learn English Grammar and how the differences are between learning English in it true form.  The English Language has many different parts of Grammar and to understand each part it must be done one step at a time.

 

Suggestions / Recommendation:

 

Basic Grammar in Use:  (To learn Grammar is a short time and to insure that the Grammar can be used in a formal and a business setting).  To learn all the parts of Grammar, Present, Past, Present Perfect, Passive,

 

Verb Forms, Future, Modals, Imperatives, Auxiliary Verbs, Questions, Reported Speech, Pronouns, Possessives, Determiners, and Pronouns, with Adjectives and Adverbs, Prepositions, Two Word Verbs,

 

Conjunctions and Clauses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course Outline

 

  1. Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic grammar in use test. If they are a beginner then they will start at the Unit 01.  AM/IS/ARE, This will start them learning the Positive and Negative with sentence structure and where to use them.  (That’s=That is There’s=There is) they will do the exercises 1.1 to 1.6. Start:  Unit 2. Exercises 2.1 to 2.5 (Questions) How to ask questions.  Unit 3. Exercises 3.1 to 3.4 (Present Continuous)  In these Exercises there are complete the sentences with a follow up with the teachers and with there homework.  Writing about a small picture and using the proper Grammar, also writing about true sentences.                                                                        Students will start Learning (Present Continuous Questions) this will build there Grammar at a faster pace.  Unit 4 – 4.1 to 4.4 Exercises looking at the picture and write the proper questions to be asked in the conversation.  Unit 5 – (Simple Present) Exercises 5.1 to 5.5 using Verbs. Asking Questions to other students and staff.  Students will began learning (Simple Present Negative) Unit 6 Exercise 6.1 to 6.5 This will be writing negative sentences, study the information and write sentence with like, putting the verb in the correct form (Positive or Negative) Unit 7- 7.1 to 7.4 (Simple Present Questions) Write Questions also using the verbs.  Write true short answers. Unit 8 – 8.1 to 8.3 (Present Continuous and Simple Present) using Present Continuous in the proper way of a sentence structure.                                                                                                                                                                  Week 2 – Unit 9 using 9.1 to 9.4 Exercises Rewriting sentences with (got) (have) (do’s and don’t) Unit 10 is using Was/Were will be doing (Positive) (Negative) (Questions) with short answers.  Start learning the correct order of the sentence. Unit 11 (Simple Past) Exercises 11.1 to 11.2 will use simple past of the verb usage.  Fill in the blanks with the proper verb and Simple Past forms.  Unit 12 (Simple Past Negative and Questions) Exercise 12.1 to 12.5 Complete the sentences with the proper past tense words putting the verb in the correct form.                                                                                                                       Week 3 – Unit 13 (Past Continuous) Exercises 13.1 to 13.4 looking at the picture and fill in the blanks. What did the student do?  In past continuous form, complete the questions. Unit 14 (Past Continuous and Simple Past) Unit 15 (I Used to ) Unit 16 (present Perfect) Unit 17 (Simple Present and Present Perfect) Unit 18 (For, Since, Ago) Unit 19 (I Have Done and I Did).                                                                                                                                                                                         Week 4 – Unit 20 (Just, Already, and Yet) Unit 21 (I’ve Lost My Key,) Unit 22 (Passive) Unit 23 (Is Being Done) Unit 24 (Be, Have, do, in Present and Past) Unit 25 (Regular and Irregular Verbs) Unit 26 (What Are You Doing?) Unit 27 (I’m Going To) Unit 28 (Will) Unit 29 (I’ll, Will) Unit 30 (Might) Unit 31 (Can and Could) Unit 32 (Must)
  2. This is where we will start the review.  The review is very important to show what the student has really learned. There will be a Grammar test to show how much they have learned.

 

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Philippines “FUN TIME”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

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philippines Bugs and Other things

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

다바오 E&G어학원소개
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.

 

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Come and study English in the Philippines

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

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E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

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E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

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1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

All travelers

You should be up to date on routine vaccinations while traveling to any destination. Some vaccines may also be required for travel.

Routine vaccines Make sure you are up-to-date on routine vaccines before every trip. These vaccines include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, and your yearly flu shot. get_vaccinated hygiene

Most travelers

Get travel vaccines and medicines because there is a risk of these diseases in the country you are visiting.

Hepatitis A CDC recommends this vaccine because you can get hepatitis A through contaminated food or water in the Philippines, regardless of where you are eating or staying. get_vaccinated eat_drink
Typhoid You can get typhoid through contaminated food or water in the Philippines. CDC recommends this vaccine for most travelers, especially if you are staying with friends or relatives, visiting smaller cities or rural areas, or if you are an adventurous eater. get_vaccinated eat_drink

Some travelers

Ask your doctor what vaccines and medicines you need based on where you are going, how long you are staying, what you will be doing, and if you are traveling from a country other than the US.

Hepatitis B You can get hepatitis B through sexual contact, contaminated needles, and blood products, so CDC recommends this vaccine if you might have sex with a new partner, get a tattoo or piercing, or have any medical procedures. get_vaccinated avoid_body_fluidsavoid-non-sterile-equipment
Japanese Encephalitis You may need this vaccine if your trip will last more than a month, depending on where you are going in the Philippines and what time of year you are traveling. You should also consider this vaccine if you plan to visit rural areas in the Philippines or will be spending a lot of time outdoors, even for trips shorter than a month. Your doctor can help you decide if this vaccine is right for you based on your travel plans. See more in-depth information on Japanese encephalitis in the Philippines. get_vaccinated avoid_insects
Malaria When traveling in the Philippines, you should avoid mosquito bites to prevent malaria. You may need to take prescription medicine before, during, and after your trip to prevent malaria, depending on your travel plans, such as where you are going, when you are traveling, and if you are spending a lot of time outdoors or sleeping outside. Talk to your doctor about how you can prevent malaria while traveling. For more information on malaria in the Philippines, see malaria in the Philippines. antimalarial_meds avoid_insects
Rabies Rabies can be found in dogs, bats, and other mammals in the Philippines, so CDC recommends this vaccine for the following groups:

  • Travelers involved in outdoor and other activities (such as camping, hiking, biking, adventure travel, and caving) that put them at risk for animal bites.
  • People who will be working with or around animals (such as veterinarians, wildlife professionals, and researchers).
  • People who are taking long trips or moving to the Philippines
  • Children, because they tend to play with animals, might not report bites, and are more likely to have animal bites on their head and neck.
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Yellow Fever There is no risk of yellow fever in the Philippines. The government of the Philippines requires proof of yellow fever vaccination only if you are arriving from a country with risk of yellow fever. This does not include the US. If you are traveling from a country other than the US, check this list to see if you may be required to get the yellow fever vaccine: Countries with risk of yellow fever virus (YFV) transmission.For more information on recommendations and requirements, see yellow fever recommendations and requirements for the Philippines. Your doctor can help you decide if this vaccine is right for you based on your travel plans.

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A Real Lesson Plan for Students

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ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER
(GROUP)OR ONE ON ONE
RESOURCE BOOK: PRONUNCIATION PAIRS LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT
BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING,PRONUNCIATION, SLE TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
Nickname ALVIN DAVIS
Nationality AMERICAN
Major: ESL TEACHER
Subject PRONUNCIATION
COURSE OBJECTIVES
This one month class is to learn to speak American English with a clear sounding of the words, to be able to speak to
other people and have them understand what you are talking about, not slurred, or with slang.
Suggestions / Recommendations
Pronunciation Pairs: (To say the words very clearly), (To Remember to sound the words very clearly),
(To say the correct “ED” sound and the correct “S” “IZ” or “Z” sounds), (To say with the correct Intonations),
(Flow of the words together), (To put the emotions into your words), (To find the sounds that change in a word).
(To stress on words that have a different meaning), (To show excitement with some parts of speech).
Course Outline
Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic pronunciation test which will cover all vowel and
consonant sounds as well as consonant clusters. From the students performance on this test individual
vowel and consonant sounds will be identified and targeted for classroom learning. More complicated
consonant combinations as well as past tense verb and plurals “S” endings will be practiced and reviewed.
Step 01: One hour of Pronunciation Pairs. Five Units per hour, will improve there pronunciation level in
one week, each week will build confidence in there ability to speak and understand the new vocabulary of
English.
Week 2 – Students will be introduced to word stress. As a means of teaching this students will learn
syllable count, prefix and suffix pronunciation and compound word pronunciation and stress. Students will
begin to learn higher aspects of American accent word stress and reduction of pronouns and modals.
Step 01: One hour of Grammar, will help the student start saying sentence patterns, this week will be
the growing of Pronunciation with Vocabulary words. The American accent and word stress and
reduction of pronouns will also be used to help the student understanding the forms of America stress and
other country’s English.
Step 02: One Hour of Pronunciation. Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar you
will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom.
Week 3 – Students will work on English rhythm patterns to include highlighting stressed words within a
sentence, thought groups and usual patterns of speech associated with pronouns, articles, contractions and prepositions. A closer look will be taken at phrasal verbs and descriptive devices such as simile and
metaphor.
Step 01: Reading, Writing, listening. One hour of Reading, Writing, listening, will play a roll in the
developing of the student’s interest in the English language as well as the understanding of “WHY” when

a
student can understand the why of English they start learning at a faster pace.
Step 02: One hour of Pronunciation. Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar,
Reading, Writing, Listening, you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom
even more then the first two weeks.
Week 4 –Students will be introduced to Intonation. Listing intonation, question/tag question and drop-rise
intonation. Pitch range and expressive intonation will be covered. Blending, reduction and higher level
English speaking skills useful in IELTs, TOEIC and TOEFL will be learned.
Step 01: Review, It is important for the student to review all that they have learned, and the mistakes
that the teacher now can correct and get the student to remember the correct way to Speak, Read, Write,
Listen and use the proper Grammar.
(GROUP)OR ONE ON ONE
RESOURCE BOOK: BASICGRAMMAR IN USE LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT
BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE, TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
COURSE OBJECTIVES: Grammar is important because it is the language that makes it
possible for us to talk about language. Grammar names the types of words and word
groups that make up sentences not only in Englishbut in any language. As human
beings, we can put sentences together even as children–we can all do grammar. But
to be able to talk about how sentences are built, about the types of words and word
groups that make up sentences–that is knowing about grammar. And knowing
about grammar offers a window into the human mind and into our amazingly complex
mental capacity. People associate grammar with errors and correctness. But knowing
about grammar also helps us understand what makes sentences and paragraphs clear
and interesting and precise. Grammar can be part of literature discussions, when we
and our students closely read the sentences in poetry and stories. And knowing
about grammar means finding out that all languages and all dialects follow
grammatical patterns.
GRAMMAR: To Learn English Grammar and how the differences are between learning
English in it true form. The English Language has many different parts of Grammar and to
understand each part it must be done one step at a time.
Suggestions / Recommendation:
Basic Grammar in Use: (To learn Grammar is a short time and to insure that the Grammar can be used in
a formal and a business setting). To learn all the parts of Grammar, Present, Past, Present Perfect,
Passive,Verb Forms, Future, Modals, Imperatives, Auxiliary Verbs, Questions, Reported Speech, Pronouns,
Possessives, Determiners, and Pronouns, with Adjectives and Adverbs, Prepositions, Two Word Verbs,
Conjunctions and Clauses.
Course Outline
1. Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic grammar in use test. If they are a beginner then they
will start at the Unit 01. AM/IS/ARE, This will start them learning the Positive and Negative with
sentence structure and where to use them. (That’s=That is There’s=There is) they will do the
exercises 1.1 to 1.6. Start: Unit 2. Exercises 2.1 to 2.5 (Questions) How to ask questions. Unit 3.
Exercises 3.1 to 3.4 (Present Continuous) In these Exercises there are complete the sentences with a
follow up with the teachers and with there homework. Writing about a small picture and using the
proper Grammar, also writing about true sentences.
Students will start Learning (Present Continuous Questions) this will build there Grammar at a faster
pace. Unit 4 – 4.1 to 4.4 Exercises looking at the picture and write the proper questions to be asked in
the conversation. Unit 5 – (Simple Present) Exercises 5.1 to 5.5 using Verbs. Asking Questions to
other students and staff. Students will began learning (Simple Present Negative) Unit 6 Exercise 6.1 to
6.5 This will be writing negative sentences, study the information and write sentence with like, putting
the verb in the correct form (Positive or Negative) Unit 7- 7.1 to 7.4 (Simple Present Questions) Write
Questions also using the verbs. Write true short answers. Unit 8 – 8.1 to 8.3 (Present Continuous and

Simple Present) using Present Continuous in the proper way of a sentence structure.
Week 2 –Unit 9 using 9.1 to 9.4 Exercises Rewriting sentences with (got) (have) (do’s and don’t) Unit
10 is using Was/Were will be doing (Positive) (Negative) (Questions) with short answers. Start
learning the correct order of the sentence. Unit 11 (Simple Past) Exercises 11.1 to 11.2 will use simple
past of the verb usage. Fill in the blanks with the proper verb and Simple Past forms. Unit 12
(Simple Past Negative and Questions) Exercise 12.1 to 12.5 Complete the sentences with the proper
past tense words putting the verb in the correct form.
Week 3 –Unit 13 (Past Continuous) Exercises 13.1 to 13.4 looking at the picture and fill in the blanks.
What did the student do? In past continuous form, complete the questions. Unit 14 (Past Continuous
and Simple Past) Unit 15 (I Used to ) Unit 16 (present Perfect) Unit 17 (Simple Present and Present
Perfect) Unit 18 (For, Since, Ago) Unit 19 (I Have Done and IDid)
Week 4 –Unit 20 (Just, Already, and Yet) Unit 21 (I’ve Lost My Key,) Unit 22 (Passive) Unit 23 (Is Being
Done) Unit 24 (Be, Have, do, in Present and Past) Unit 25 (Regular and Irregular Verbs) Unit 26 (What
Are You Doing?)Unit 27 (I’m Going To) Unit 28 (Will) Unit 29 (I’ll, Will) Unit 30 (Might) Unit 31 (Can and
Could) Unit 32 (Must)
2. This is where we will start the review. The review is very important to show what the student has
really learned. There will be a Grammar test to show how much the student has learned.(GROUP)OR ONE ON ONE
RESOURCE BOOK: WRITING LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT
BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
COURSE OBJECTIVES:
MORE STEPS TO WRITTING: To Learn English Writing and how the differences are between
learning English in it true form. The English Language has many different parts of Writing
and to understand each part it must be done one step at a time.
Suggestions / Recommendation:
More Steps to Writing: To establish writing skill’s for Business, a Contract, a E-Mail, just about anything
you will need the ability to write in some form or another. Even though we live in a computer age there
are still many things that need to be written or typed correctly.
Week 1-Unit 01 (Sports) Descriptive Composition Unit 02 (Entertainment) Informal Letter Unit 03
(Relationships) Discursive Composition
WeeK 2-Unit 04 (Emergencies) Short Story Unit 05 (Travel) Letter to a friend Unit 06 (Health and
Fitness) Report Writing
Week 3-Unit 07 (Employment) Article Unit 08 (City and Country life) Discursive Composition
Week 4- Review, make sure of all the spelling of each thing that is done, Grammar, and content will be
the best for the student to learn how to write a good report, letter, e-mail.
(GROUP)OR ONE ON ONE
RESOURCE BOOK: English VOCABULARY in Use LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT
BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
COURSE OBJECTIVES: To teach the student a group of vocabulary words and how to use them in a
sentence with the proper Grammar, and to understand the definition of vocabulary words and how to
use them in different ways. English has a vast way of using the vocabulary words, so by teaching them
how to use them in different situations will increase the ability to use them correctly.
Book: English Vocabulary in Use:
(Everyday Verbs) (Words and Grammar) (People) (The World) (At Home) (School and
Workplace) (Leisure) (Social Issues)Week 1: Everyday Verbs, Using language Words, Talking About Language, Learning
Vocabulary, Learn words in Family, Picture and Diagrams, Exercises, 2.1 to 9.5
Week 2: (Bring) (Get) (Phrasal Verbs) (Everyday Things) (Talking) (Moving)
(Conjunctions) (Time Words) (Places) Exercises, 10.1 to 18.5
Week 3: (Manner) (Irregular Verbs) (Common Uncountable Words) (Common Adjective
Good and Bad) (Words and Prepositions) (Prefixes) Exercises, 19.1 to 25.6
Week 4: Review Exercises 2.1 to 25.6, Test, and correct the mistakes the student are
making.
(GROUP)OR ONE ON ONE
RESOURCE BOOK: SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT
BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
COURSE OBJECTIVES: Intro provides numerous opportunities for high beginning students to actively
learn contemporary American English expressions. This text is also appropriate for vocabulary
courses.
– Expressions are presented in interesting contexts — i.e., speaking on a car phone, being afraid
to talk in school — and are spiralled through natural dialogues and listening activities.
– Learning strategies, such as vocabulary indexing and clustering, focus students on becoming
independent learners.
– Activities include games, cartoons, role-plays, surveys, and dictations, as well as listening and
writing activities that appeal to a wide range of learning styles.
SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION:
The SLE (Speaking, Listening, Expression) program is a conversation program
for adult and young adult learners of English as a foreign language. It aims to
improve learners’ communicative competence through an emphasis on
interaction. It enables learners to acquire and practice using important
functions and expressions in natural contexts while, at the same time,
stimulating conversation related to various topics and real-life situations. It
utilizes a number of communicative approaches to language learning in order to
facilitate the learners’ timely and effective acquisition of English. The aim of the
program is to improve learners’ speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills
as well as their vocabulary and grammar skills. The SLE series provides learners
with the tools they need to use their newly acquired language skills in the real
world. It aims to help build learners’ confidence in using English outside the
classroom by increasing their understanding of and involvement in the learning
process. Most importantly, the SLE series will challenge learners and help them
believe in themselves. All learners participating in the SLE program will be able
take the Pagoda motto to heart.
Week 1: (Nice to Meet You) (What’s your Favorite?) (Time is on my Side) (What are you doing Nowadays?) (Weather and Seasons) (Red Letter Day)
(There’s still a lot Left)
Week 2: (All in the Family) (The Future is Bright) What Happened?) (I can Do It!) (Nice Suit) (Not
Just Another Pretty Face) (Learning the Ins and Outs) (Wild Kingdom)
Week 3: (Would You Rather?) (Growing Up) (That Sounds Fine) (Give Me One
good Reason) (Home is Where the Heart is)
Week 4: Review, Test, and correct the mistakes from each Unit, make sure
there is no questions that are not answered.
(GROUP)OR ONE ON ONE
RESOURCE BOOK: READING ADVANTAGE LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT
BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH
COURSE OBJECTIVES: what a language objective is
• steps that teachers can take to create language objectives
• how to implement language objectives in a general education classroom
• how to align objectives to content and language standards
• articulate for learners the academic language functions and skills that they need to master to fully
participate in the lesson and meet the grade-level content standards.
• are beneficial not only for language learners but for all students in a class, as everyone can benefit
from the clarity that comes with a teacher outlining the requisite academic language to be learned
and mastered in each lesson.
Week 1: (Reading Comprehension) (Idioms) (Vocabulary Reinforcement) (Target Vocabulary) (What do you Think?) (Video
Jockeys) (Coffee Culture) (Around the World)
Week 2: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (The Puffer Fish) (Getting Married) (Say It with Flowers) (Bollywood) (The Nobel
Prize)
Week 3: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (A Funny Cure) (Palm Reading) (Amazing Memory) (Incredible Dogs) (Diamonds)
Week 4: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (Space Explorers) (Happy New Year) (Text Messaging) (Urban Legends)
08:00 to 08:50: Pronunciation Pairs
09:00 to 09:50: Basic Grammar in Use
10:00 to 10:50: More Steps to Writing
11:00 to 11:50: EnglishVOCABULARY in Use
12:00 to 13:00: Lunch
13:00 to 13:50: SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION
14:00 to 14:50: READING ADVANTAGE
15:00 to 16:50: Optional Classes (POP) (MOVIES) (SURVIVAL) (PATTERN) (CNN) (BUSINESS) (PRESENTATION)

 

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ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER

ENG INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE

RESOURCE BOOK:  PRONUNCIATION PAIRS            LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING,PRONUNCIATION, SLE      TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

 

Nickname ALVIN DAVIS
Nationality AMERICAN
Major: ESL TEACHER
Subject PRONUNCIATION

 

 

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

This one month class is to learn to speak American English with a clear sounding of the words, to be able to speak to other people and have them understand what you are talking about, not slurred, or with slang.

 

Suggestions / Recommendations

Pronunciation Pairs:   (To say the words very clearly), (To Remember to sound the words very clearly),

(To say the correct “ED” sound and the correct “S” “IZ” or “Z” sounds), (To say with the correct Intonations),

(Flow of the words together), (To put the emotions into your words), (To find the sounds that change in a word).

(To stress on words that have a different meaning), (To show excitement with some parts of speech).

 

Course Outline

Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic pronunciation test which will cover all vowel and consonant sounds as well as consonant clusters. From the students performance on this test individual vowel and consonant sounds will be identified and targeted for classroom learning. More complicated consonant combinations as well as past tense verb and plurals “S” endings will be practiced and reviewed.

Step 01:  One hour of Pronunciation Pairs.  Five Units per hour, will improve there pronunciation level in one week, each week will build confidence in there ability to speak and understand the new vocabulary of English.

 

Week 2 – Students will be introduced to word stress. As a means of teaching this students will learn syllable count, prefix and suffix pronunciation and compound word pronunciation and stress. Students will begin to learn higher aspects of American accent word stress and reduction of pronouns and modals.

Step 01:  One hour of Grammar, will help the student start saying sentence patterns, this week will be the growing of Pronunciation with Vocabulary words.  The American accent and word stress and reduction of pronouns will also be used to help the student understanding the forms of America stress and other country’s English.

Step 02:  One Hour of Pronunciation.  Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom.

 

Week 3 – Students will work on English rhythm patterns to include highlighting stressed words within a sentence, thought groups and usual patterns of speech associated with pronouns, articles, contractions and prepositions. A closer look will be taken at phrasal verbs and descriptive devices such as simile and metaphor.

Step 01:  Reading, Writing, listening.  One hour of Reading, Writing, listening, will play a roll in the developing of the student’s interest in the English language as well as the understanding of “WHY” when a student can understand the why of English they start learning at a faster pace.

Step 02:  One hour of Pronunciation.  Continuing the Five Units per hour with now the Grammar, Reading, Writing, Listening, you will start to see the students using the English outside of the classroom even more then the first two weeks.

 

Week 4 –Students will be introduced to Intonation. Listing intonation, question/tag question and drop-rise intonation. Pitch range and expressive intonation will be covered. Blending, reduction and higher level English speaking skills useful in IELTs, TOEIC and TOEFL will be learned.

Step 01:  Review, It is important for the student to review all that they have learned, and the mistakes that the teacher now can correct and get the student to remember the correct way to Speak, Read, Write, Listen and use the proper Grammar.

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE

RESOURCE BOOK:  BASIC GRAMMAR IN USE           LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE,   TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Grammar is important because it is the language that makes it possible for us to talk about language. Grammar names the types of words and word groups that make up sentences not only in English but in any language. As human beings, we can put sentences together even as children–we can all do grammar. But to be able to talk about how sentences are built, about the types of words and word groups that make up sentences–that is knowing about grammar. And knowing about grammar offers a window into the human mind and into our amazingly complex mental capacity. People associate grammar with errors and correctness. But knowing about grammar also helps us understand what makes sentences and paragraphs clear and interesting and precise. Grammar can be part of literature discussions, when we and our students closely read the sentences in poetry and stories. And knowing about grammar means finding out that all languages and all dialects follow grammatical patterns.

 

GRAMMAR: To Learn English Grammar and how the differences are between learning English in it true form.  The English Language has many different parts of Grammar and to understand each part it must be done one step at a time.

Suggestions / Recommendation:

Basic Grammar in Use:  (To learn Grammar is a short time and to insure that the Grammar can be used in a formal and a business setting).  To learn all the parts of Grammar, Present, Past, Present Perfect, Passive,

Verb Forms, Future, Modals, Imperatives, Auxiliary Verbs, Questions, Reported Speech, Pronouns, Possessives, Determiners, and Pronouns, with Adjectives and Adverbs, Prepositions, Two Word Verbs,

Conjunctions and Clauses.

 

Course Outline

  1. Week 1 – Students will begin the class with a basic grammar in use test. If they are a beginner then they will start at the Unit 01.  AM/IS/ARE, This will start them learning the Positive and Negative with sentence structure and where to use them.  (That’s=That is There’s=There is) they will do the exercises 1.1 to 1.6. Start:  Unit 2. Exercises 2.1 to 2.5 (Questions) How to ask questions.  Unit 3. Exercises 3.1 to 3.4 (Present Continuous)  In these Exercises there are complete the sentences with a follow up with the teachers and with there homework.  Writing about a small picture and using the proper Grammar, also writing about true sentences.                                                                        Students will start Learning (Present Continuous Questions) this will build there Grammar at a faster pace.  Unit 4 – 4.1 to 4.4 Exercises looking at the picture and write the proper questions to be asked in the conversation.  Unit 5 – (Simple Present) Exercises 5.1 to 5.5 using Verbs. Asking Questions to other students and staff.  Students will began learning (Simple Present Negative) Unit 6 Exercise 6.1 to 6.5 This will be writing negative sentences, study the information and write sentence with like, putting the verb in the correct form (Positive or Negative) Unit 7- 7.1 to 7.4 (Simple Present Questions) Write Questions also using the verbs.  Write true short answers. Unit 8 – 8.1 to 8.3 (Present Continuous and Simple Present) using Present Continuous in the proper way of a sentence structure.                                                                 Week 2 – Unit 9 using 9.1 to 9.4 Exercises Rewriting sentences with (got) (have) (do’s and don’t) Unit 10 is using Was/Were will be doing (Positive) (Negative) (Questions) with short answers.  Start learning the correct order of the sentence. Unit 11 (Simple Past) Exercises 11.1 to 11.2 will use simple past of the verb usage.  Fill in the blanks with the proper verb and Simple Past forms.  Unit 12 (Simple Past Negative and Questions) Exercise 12.1 to 12.5 Complete the sentences with the proper past tense words putting the verb in the correct form.                                                                                                   Week 3 – Unit 13 (Past Continuous) Exercises 13.1 to 13.4 looking at the picture and fill in the blanks. What did the student do?  In past continuous form, complete the questions. Unit 14 (Past Continuous and Simple Past) Unit 15 (I Used to ) Unit 16 (present Perfect) Unit 17 (Simple Present and Present Perfect) Unit 18 (For, Since, Ago) Unit 19 (I Have Done and I Did)                                                              Week 4 – Unit 20 (Just, Already, and Yet) Unit 21 (I’ve Lost My Key,) Unit 22 (Passive) Unit 23 (Is Being Done) Unit 24 (Be, Have, do, in Present and Past) Unit 25 (Regular and Irregular Verbs) Unit 26 (What Are You Doing?) Unit 27 (I’m Going To) Unit 28 (Will) Unit 29 (I’ll, Will) Unit 30 (Might) Unit 31 (Can and Could) Unit 32 (Must)
  2. This is where we will start the review.  The review is very important to show what the student has really learned. There will be a Grammar test to show how much the student has learned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                      RESOURCE BOOK:  WRITING                          LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE              TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH   

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

 

MORE STEPS TO WRITTING: To Learn English Writing and how the differences are between learning English in it true form.  The English Language has many different parts of Writing and to understand each part it must be done one step at a time.

Suggestions / Recommendation:

More Steps to Writing: To establish writing skill’s for Business, a Contract, a E-Mail, just about anything you will need the ability to write in some form or another.  Even though we live in a computer age there are still many things that need to be written or typed correctly.

 

 Week 1- Unit 01 (Sports) Descriptive Composition Unit 02 (Entertainment) Informal Letter Unit 03 (Relationships) Discursive Composition

 

 WeeK 2- Unit 04 (Emergencies) Short Story Unit 05 (Travel) Letter to a friend Unit 06 (Health and Fitness) Report Writing

 

 Week 3- Unit 07 (Employment) Article Unit 08 (City and Country life) Discursive Composition

 

 Week 4- Review, make sure of all the spelling of each thing that is done, Grammar, and content will be the best for the student to learn how to write a good report, letter, e-mail.                             

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                      RESOURCE BOOK: English VOCABULARY in Use     LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING   TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH

  

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: To teach the student a group of vocabulary words and how to use them in a sentence with the proper Grammar, and to understand the definition of vocabulary words and how to use them in different ways.  English has a vast way of using the vocabulary words, so by teaching them how to use them in different situations will increase the ability to use them correctly.

 

 

 

Book: English Vocabulary in Use:

 

(Everyday Verbs) (Words and Grammar) (People) (The World) (At Home) (School and Workplace) (Leisure) (Social Issues)

 

Week 1:  Everyday Verbs, Using language Words, Talking About Language, Learning Vocabulary, Learn words in Family, Picture and Diagrams, Exercises, 2.1 to 9.5

 

Week 2:  (Bring) (Get) (Phrasal Verbs) (Everyday Things) (Talking) (Moving) (Conjunctions) (Time Words) (Places) Exercises, 10.1 to 18.5

 

Week 3:  (Manner) (Irregular Verbs) (Common Uncountable Words) (Common Adjective Good and Bad) (Words and Prepositions) (Prefixes) Exercises, 19.1 to 25.6

 

Week 4:  Review Exercises 2.1 to 25.6, Test, and correct the mistakes the student are making.

 

(GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                        RESOURCE BOOK:  SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION                          LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE   TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH   

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES: Intro provides numerous opportunities for high beginning students to actively learn contemporary American English expressions. This text is also appropriate for vocabulary courses.
– Expressions are presented in interesting contexts — i.e., speaking on a car phone, being afraid to talk in school — and are spiralled through natural dialogues and listening activities.
– Learning strategies, such as vocabulary indexing and clustering, focus students on becoming independent learners.
– Activities include games, cartoons, role-plays, surveys, and dictations, as well as listening and writing activities that appeal to a wide range of learning styles. 

 

SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION:

The SLE (Speaking, Listening, Expression) program is a conversation program for adult and young adult learners of English as a foreign language. It aims to improve learners’ communicative competence through an emphasis on interaction. It enables learners to acquire and practice using important functions and expressions in natural contexts while, at the same time, stimulating conversation related to various topics and real-life situations. It utilizes a number of communicative approaches to language learning in order to facilitate the learners’ timely and effective acquisition of English. The aim of the program is to improve learners’ speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills as well as their vocabulary and grammar skills. The SLE series provides learners with the tools they need to use their newly acquired language skills in the real world. It aims to help build learners’ confidence in using English outside the classroom by increasing their understanding of and involvement in the learning process. Most importantly, the SLE series will challenge learners and help them believe in themselves. All learners participating in the SLE program will be able take the Pagoda motto to heart.                                                             Week 1: (Nice to Meet You) (What’s your Favorite?) (Time is on my Side) (What are you doing Nowadays?) (Weather and Seasons) (Red Letter Day) (There’s still a lot Left)

Week 2: (All in the Family) (The Future is Bright) What Happened?) (I can Do It!) (Nice Suit) (Not Just Another Pretty Face) (Learning the Ins and Outs) (Wild Kingdom)

Week 3: (Would You Rather?) (Growing Up) (That Sounds Fine) (Give Me One good Reason) (Home is Where the Heart is)

Week 4: Review, Test, and correct the mistakes from each Unit, make sure there is no questions that are not answered.

                (GROUP) OR ONE ON ONE                                        RESOURCE BOOK:  READING ADVANTAGE                                             LEVEL: BEGINNER to ADULT

BOOKS: GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY, READING, WRITING, SLE                       TIME FRAME: ONE MONTH   

COURSE OBJECTIVES: what a language objective is

  • steps that teachers can take to create language objectives
  • how to implement language objectives in a general education classroom
  • how to align objectives to content and language standards
  • articulate for learners the academic language functions and skills that they need to master to fully participate in the lesson and meet the grade-level content standards.
  • are beneficial not only for language learners but for all students in a class, as everyone can benefit from the clarity that comes with a teacher outlining the requisite academic language to be learned and mastered in each lesson.

 Week 1: (Reading Comprehension) (Idioms) (Vocabulary Reinforcement) (Target Vocabulary) (What do you Think?) (Video Jockeys) (Coffee Culture) (Around the World)

 

Week 2: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (The Puffer Fish) (Getting Married) (Say It with Flowers) (Bollywood) (The Nobel Prize)

 

Week 3: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (A Funny Cure) (Palm Reading) (Amazing Memory) (Incredible Dogs) (Diamonds)

 

Week 4: Review last weeks progress and (Test) (Space Explorers) (Happy New Year) (Text Messaging) (Urban Legends)

 

08:00 to 08:50:   Pronunciation Pairs

09:00 to 09:50:   Basic Grammar in Use

10:00 to 10:50:   More Steps to Writing

11:00 to 11:50:   English VOCABULARY in Use                                                         

12:00 to 13:00:   Lunch                                

13:00 to 13:50:   SPEAKING LISTENING EXPRESSION

 

14:00 to 14:50:   READING ADVANTAGE

 

15:00 to 16:50:   Optional Classes (POP) (MOVIES) (SURVIVAL) (PATTERN) (CNN) (BUSINESS) (PRESENTATION)                                                                                                

 

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BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JULY 11, 2013Come and study English in the Philippines

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

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Come and study English in the Philippines

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

 

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BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JULY 11, 2013

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Come and study English in the Philippines

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

 

 

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Keep these tips in mind as you always have.

It sounds strange, but it really is true. In time you will stop yourself from doing this.

You can drive yourself crazy worrying about your 150/90 blood pressure and
age. You will still need some numbers so stop worrying yourself about them.

Learning is important in your life.

Learning is important at all throughout your life.

Powder makeup is not good for your skin to age prematurely.
This is worse as you get older since your skin already requires more hydration.
Use a more simple style of makeup like mascara, lip gloss and
eyeliner.

Life is a journey that should enjoy. If you take the time to
set milestones like you did for your kids as they were growing, you will feel like
you have risen.

Being out for a long time when it’s too sunny or extreme cold is not good for your skin. This may lead you to age faster and give you serious skin problems.

Life is a journey that should enjoy. Set milestones for yourself, and when you reach your goals you will feel a deep sense of pride.

So spend your days with fun people, not ones that make you frown!

It is natural to experience decreased visual acuity as you age, but by seeing an eye doctor on a regular basis, you can catch any possible diseases that can affect your sight.

Be very careful and avoid falls. Falling down is the main source of serious damage to getting older bodies.Walking for thirty minutes, for only thirty minutes, while maintaining your physical and mental fitness. To reduce the chance of fractures, you need to increase bone density by not only doing weight training, calcium and vitamin D.

Keep your medical history.

If you’re a smoker, do whatever you can to stop as soon as possible, as this will improve your appearance.
Smoking damages your skin by making the lips thinner and accelerating the formation of wrinkles.
Smoking also tied to a number of health problems that can shorten your lifespan.

Try laughing as often as you can.

There may be a point where someone can not live on their own.

Discuss your options of what you can do with your loved ones.
If living with your family is not an option, you can move into a community
that can help you live independently but safely! If you are able to live on your own, but prefer being around others your age,
yet have the opportunity to meet people your age.

The repeated facial expressions made when smoking leaves wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth.
You can keep your skin healthier and healthy by staying away from
smoking.

Taking care of your skin is integral to the growing older process.
Young people need to constantly protect their sensitive skin from
the harmful UV rays. You can make yourself look
older if you are in the sun.

Staying fit and mentally active will help you combat weight gain, like gaining weight, common health problems, and memory loss.
Eating a healthy diet and taking your vitamins, exercising regularly, will have you
in the best shape physically and mentally.

Staying fit and mentally active will help you combat weight gain, energy
loss, energy loss, and memory loss that is attributed to old
age. Eating a healthy diet and taking your vitamins, exercising
regularly, and keeping your mind active is the best
way to feel young.

A good diet is key to aging in a graceful and healthy manner.

Try and incorporate a balanced diet with ample servings from the food pyramid.
Processed foods do not contain anything your health and they may make you stay younger.

It’s tough getting your head around the fact that everyone must get older. Implement our tips into your daily routine and you are sure to feel more in control of the growing older process. They will also help you to get a firm grasp on your personal aging process, so that you might feel in control of it.

 

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Countable and non-countable

E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Phone : 091 7713 3029
e-mail : Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

 

 

I am from Seattle, Washington. Seattle is a city in the United States. It is near the border of Canada in the northwest corner of the USA. I live in a town called Olympia which is on the Puget Sound. I live in a house in a street in the countryside. The street is called “Bear Street” and the house is old – more than 100 years old! I am an English teacher at a school in the center of the town. I like books and taking photographs. I usually have lunch at school. I usually go home by car. We have all kinds of food in Olympia. I like Italian food very much. Sometimes, I go to an Italian restaurant in Seattle. The restaurant is called “Luigi’s”. Italian food is great!

Here are the rules for when to use “A, An or The”:

  • a = indefinite article (not a specific object, one of a number of the same objects) with consonants
    She has a dog.
    I work in a factory.
  • an = indefinite article (not a specific object, one of a number of the same objects) with vowels (a,e,i,o,u)
    Can I have an apple?
    She is an English teacher.
  • the = definite article (a specific object that both the person speaking and the listener know)
    The car over there is fast.
    The teacher is very good, isn’t he?
  • The first time you speak of something use “a or an”, the next time you repeat that object use “the”. 
    I live in a house. The house is quite old and has four bedrooms.
    I ate in a Chinese restaurant. The restaurant was very good.
  • DO NOT use an article with countries, states, counties or provinces, lakes and mountains except when the country is a collection of states such as “The United States”.
    He lives in Washington near Mount Rainier.
    They live in northern British Columbia.
  • Use an article with bodies of water, oceans and seas - 
    My country borders on the Pacific Ocean
  • DO NOT use an article when you are speaking about things in general 
    I like Russian tea.
    She likes reading books.
  • DO NOT use an article when you are speaking about meals, places, and transport
    He has breakfast at home.
    I go to university.
    He comes to work by taxi.

 

There is some water in that pitcher.
That is the equipment we use for the project.

Adjectives with Countable and Uncountable Nouns.

Use a/an with countable nouns preceded by an adjective(s):

Tom is a very intelligent young man.
I have a beautiful grey cat.

Do not use a/an (indefinite articles) with uncountable nouns preceded by an adjective(s):

That is very useful information.
There is some cold beer in the fridge.

Some uncountable nouns in English are countable in other languages. This can be confusing! Here is a list of some of the most common, easy to confuse uncountable nouns.

accommodation
advice
baggage
bread
equipment
furniture
garbage
information
knowledge
luggage
money
news
pasta
progress
research
travel
work

Obviously, uncountable nouns (especially different types of food) have forms that express plural concepts. These measurements or containers are countable:

water – a glass of water
equipment – a piece of equipment
cheese – a slice of cheese

Here are some of the most common containers / quantity expressions for these uncountable nouns:

accommodation – a place to stay
advice – a piece of advice
baggage – a piece of baggage
bread – a slice of bread, a loaf of bread
equipment – a piece of equipment
furniture – a piece of furniture
garbage – a piece of garbage
information – a piece of information
knowledge – a fact
luggage – a piece of luggage, a bag, a suitcase
money – a note, a coin
news – a piece of news
pasta – a plate of pasta, a serving of pasta
research – a piece of research, a research project
travel – a journey, a trip
work – a job, a position

Here are some more common uncountable food types with their container / quantity expressions:

liquids (water, beer, wine, etc.) – a glass, a bottle, a jug of water, etc.
cheese – a slice, a chunk, a piece of cheese
meat – a piece, a slice, a pound of meat
butter – a bar of butter
ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard – a bottle of, a tube of ketchup, etc.

 

 

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BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JULY 11, 2013

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Come and study English in the Philippines

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

 

다바오 E&G어학원소개 “THE NEW LOOK”.

 

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E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

 

http://eng-ryugaku.com

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Phone : 091 7713 3029
e-mail : Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

 

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There is a SCHOOL to Learn English “EnG”

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BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JULY 11, 2013

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Come and study English in the Philippines

BY TEACHER ALVIN ON JUNE 29, 2012

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

E&G Language Center, Davao Philippines

E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

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Fanny and Elvis (1999) – *FULL MOVIE* British English

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Fanny and Elvis (1999) – *FULL MOVIE*

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Summary: Yorkshire writer Kate finds out her biological clock is ticking down the same day that her husband leaves her. To get over the financial crisis this creates, she takes in car-dealer Dave. He’s homeless as Kate’s husband has moved in with his wife. This leaves the problem of how to get promptly pregnant. Surely not with increasingly interesting Dave. They can’t even agree on a baby’s name – he thinks Fanny is silly and she finds Elvis, well, inconceivable.

 

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Elvis In The Movies 1990

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· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

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The trailers to all of Elvis’ movies are shown chronologically. Most of them are in poor condition, but it is still entertaining. A production by Good Times Home Video from my VHS..

Singer/songwriter Tom Petty claims that he first became obsessed with rock and roll after meeting Elvis Presley and watching him act and sing during the making of this movie. Petty’s uncle was a crew member working on the film.


A part of SR40 was re-named “Follow that Dream Highway” in honor of this movie having been filmed there. A sign in Inglis, Florida (about 13 miles north of Crystal River) proclaims that fact. However none of the movie was made in Inglis, it was filmed in adjacent Yankeetown. The city council of Yankeetown declined to name their stretch of road after Elvis because of concerns in regards to his drug addictions in later years. As of November 19th 2011 the Mayor of Yankeetown issued a Dedication for the Yankeetown stretch of SR40 to be named Follow That Dream Parkway with a new sign directly under the Yankeetown sign was unveiled. The original Elvis Presley Fan Club-The Elvis Presley Continentals was in attendance for the Dedication.


A pre-credits scene was filmed, which explains why Tobey (Elvis) used the ten-times tables, when he’s with girls. Herman Raucher was hired to adapt the book “Pioneer, Go Home!” into a movie. The studio heads were displeased with the script he handed to them, saying that the dialogue didn’t seem to fit the characters. Raucher told them that since the book didn’t feature much dialogue for him to work with, he had to make up most of it up himself, and since he’d grown up in a Jewish neighborhood in Brooklyn, he had no idea what farm people sounded like. Raucher refused to re-write the dialogue, and an argument erupted between Raucher and the studio heads, with Raucher being fired from the project. Another writer was called in to re-write the dialogue for Raucher’s script, and Raucher received no credit for the work he’d done. In 1963, the script that he had written was adapted into the play “Pioneer, Go Home!” Raucher recounts the story of his work on the movie and eventual firing in his book “There Should Have Been Castles.” The courtroom scene was filmed in the Citrus County Courthouse in nearby Inverness, Florida. When the courthouse was restored and made into the Old Courthouse Heritage Museum during the 1990s, photographs of the courtroom were scarce, since courtroom photography was not allowed there for many years. With permission from MGM, still photographs of the film were used as reference to recreate the look of the courtroom. As of 2009, the only known visual record of the original courtroom interior is that which is in Follow That Dream.

 

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ELVIS AND ME (1988)

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June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

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· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

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2nd to None

2nd to None (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

HIGH QUALITY. Elvis And Me (1988) TV movie. The story of Priscillia’s life with rock and roll star Elvis Presley. Elvis and Me is a 1985 biography written by Priscilla Presley (with ghostwriter Sandra Harmon). In the book, Priscilla talks about meeting Elvis, their marriage, and the factors that led up to the couple’s divorce. The book rights were purchased in 1987, and it was then made into a television movie directed by Larry Peerce in 1988. starring Dale Midkiff as Elvis and Susan Walters as Priscilla.

Elements in the story:

- Memphis: Elvis’ family and Graceland
- The nights with Elvis
- Daily life with Elvis
- Affairs with other women
- The Ann-Margret affair
- The Beatles’ shadow, mysticism and drugs
- Marriage, family, and the Nancy Sinatra factor
- The ’68 Comeback Special to the end

Director: Larry Peerce
Writers: Priscilla Presley (book), Sandra Harmon (book)
Stars: Susan Walters, Dale Midkiff and Linda Miller

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로버트 D.웹(Robert D.Webb)
리처드 이건(Richard Egan),데브라 파기(Debra Paget),엘비스 프레슬리(Elvis Presley)
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1865년 4월 남북전쟁이 끝나갈 무렵. 철로 역에 모여 있던 북군들에게 남북전쟁의 승전과 함께 종전 소식이 전해진다. 역사가 기쁨으로 들떠 있는 순간, 벤스(Vance Reno: 리차드 에간 분)가 이끄는 남군들이 갑자기 습격하여 북군들을 죽이고 현금수송 열차에서 현금을 강탈한다. 뒤늦게 이 사실을 알게 된 북군들은 남군들의 뒤를 쫓지만 그들을 잡을 수가 없다. 한편 아직도 종전소식을 듣지 못한 벤스 일행은 작전임무를 완료하기 위해 약속장소에 도착하지만 남군들을 만나지 못한다. 그 후 마을에 도착해서야 벤스 일행은 마침내 종전소식을 듣게 되고 강탈한 돈을 나누어 갖고 고향의 집으로 향한다. 꿈에도 그리던 연인 캐시(Cathy Reno: 데브라 파겟 분)를 만나기 위해 돌아온 벤스. 그러나 그가 죽은 줄 알았던 그의 연인 캐시는 이미 벤스의 동생과 결혼해 버린 뒤였다. 마을에서 학교 설립을 위한 바자회가 열리던 날, 가족들과 함께 참가한 벤스는 연립정부 군인들로부터 조사를 받게 되고 그들에게 호송을 당해 기차를 탄다. 그날 오후, 함께 북군 현금수송 열차를 털었던 남군일행들이 벤스의 동생을 찾아오는데.

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Elvis Presley’s ”Kid Galahad” (1962) “GREAT” “ENGLISH”

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Cover of "Kid Galahad"

Cover of Kid Galahad

A poor man wants the oyster
A rich man wants the pearl
But the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world

Come on let’s sing, sing brother sing
‘cos the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world

The rich man wants the princess
The poor man just wants a girl
But the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world

Come on let’s sing, sing brother sing
‘cos the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world

A poor man wants to be a rich man
A rich man wants to be a king
But the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world

Come on let’s sing, sing brother sing
‘cos the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world

Come on let’s sing, sing brother sing
‘cos the man who can sing when he hasn’t got a thing
He’s the king of the whole wide world
Of the whole wide world
Of the whole wide world

This is living, full of fun and free
This is living, that’s the life for me

It’s good to laugh and sing, don’t worry about a thing
Wear a happy smile, cut loose and run a mile
If you relax and just enjoy it all, life has got to be a ball

This is living, full of fun and free
This is living, that’s the life for me

It wouldn’t mean a thing
If I could be a king
I really wouldn’t care
To be a millionaire
I’d rather find someone to love a lot
Live and give it all I’ve got

This is living, full of fun and free
This is living, that’s the life for me

Don’t wanna settle down
I gotta move around
I gotta lot of time
I’m gonna wait and find
The kinda girl who’s heart is restless too
The kind who feels the way I do

This is living, full of fun and free
This is living, that’s the life for me

Girls, goin’ swimming,
Girl, in bikinis,
A walkin’ and wigglin’ by, yay, yay, yay
Girls, on the beaches,
Girls, oh, what a peaches,
So pretty, lord I could cry
I’m just a red blooded boy
And I can’t stop thinkin’ about

Girls, sailin’ sailboats,
Girls, water skiin’,
They’ll drive me out of my mind, yay, yay, yay
Girls, big and brassy,
Girls, small and sassy,
Just give me one of each kind

I’m just a red blooded boy
And I can’t stop thinkin’ about
Girls! girls! girls! girls!

And when I pick up a sandwich too much
A crunchy crunchety
A crunchety crunch
I never ever get to finish my lunch
Because there’s always bound to be a bunch of

Girls, in tight sweaters,
Girls, in short dresses,
A walkin’ and wigglin’ by, yay, yay, yay
Girls, out boatin’
Girls, just a floatin’
So pretty, lord I could cry.

I’m just a red blooded boy
And I can’t stop thinkin’ about
Girls! girls! girls! girls! girls! girls!

Kid Galahad is a 1962 musical film starring Elvis Presley as a boxer. It was released byUnited Artists. The film opened at #9 at the box office when released in the United States in August 1962. Variety ranked it #37 on the list of the top-grossing films of 1962.

Kid Galahad was shot on location in Idyllwild, California. Its supporting cast included Gig YoungLola Albright and Charles Bronson. Some critics rate it as one of Elvis Presley’s best performances.

The film is a remake of the 1937 original version starring Edward G. RobinsonBette Davis, and Humphrey Bogart and directed by Michael Curtiz, who also directed the Presley 1958 film King Creole.

Willy Grogan is a small-time boxing promoter based in the Catskills resort region of Cream Valley, New York. He owns the Grogan’s Gaelic Gardens inn. He is a contemptible man and is in debt and pays little attention to the woman who loves him, Dolly, a chain-smoking, love-starved woman residing at the camp. Into their midst comes Walter Gulick, a young man recently discharged from the Army who loves the peaceful setting almost as much as he loves working on old cars. Walter’s simple goal is to go into business as a mechanic at a nearby garage.

One day, Walter, in need of work, accepts an offer of five dollars to be a sparring partner and decks one of Willy’s top fighters. Willy is persuaded to let this “Galahad” take a shot in a legitimate ring. Both men are reluctant, but each has a need for the money. Walter begins working out under the watchful eye of Willy’s top trainer, Lew.

The attractive Rose, younger sister of Willy, shows up unexpectedly. She and Walter immediately hit it off. The obsessively protective Willy doesn’t want his kid sister falling for some “grease monkey” mechanic and two-bit boxer. Dolly is envious of the young couple’s romance and resents Willy’s interference.

After several successes in the ring, Walter is readied for his biggest fight. Gangsters want him to take a dive so that Willy can pay off his debts to them, but “Galahad” throws his muscle behind Willy and emerges victorious. He wins the big fight against Ramon “Sugar Boy” Romero as well as Willy’s approval, retiring undefeated to his vintage car and his new love.

 

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Elvis Presley’s ”Follow that Dream” (1962)

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Cover of "Follow That Dream"

Cover of Follow That Dream

Presley’s gift for light comedy was superb, herein, one of cinema’s finest understated deadpan comedic performances. Today, he might glom an Oscar nod. Then, it was dismissed by elitist urban critics who misperceived him as playing what they saw as his own character – an ignorant, backwoods, hillbilly. In fact, Elvis had an acute understanding of human character & perhaps the most exquisitely refined interpretation of screen dialogue & song lyrics of any communications artist in the business.

Angel by Elvis Presley
Angel, with those angel eyes
Come and take this earth boy
Up to paradise

Angel, may I hold you tight?
Never kissed an angel
Let me kiss one tonight

If I said "I love you"
Would I be speaking out of turn?
I'm only human, but I'm willing to learn

Angel, make my wish come true
Let me be in heaven here on earth with you

Angel, never kissed an angel
Let me kiss one tonightIf I said "I love you"
Would I be speaking out of turn?
I'm only human, but I'm willing to learnAngel, make my wish come true
Let me be in heaven here on earth with youAngel, Angel

I thought this song was from “Wild In the Country,” not “Follow that Dream,” but I’m wrong; it is from “Follow that Dream.” I get the two movies confused because I actually thought they were quite good, compared to some of the weaker plots in movies that Elvis had to endure. These two are my Elvis movie favorites, and the better story lines gave Elvis a chance to use his acting skills, which were wonderful–very natural, yet engaging. I must have listened to “Angel” alot back then; it has been a song in my head for over 50 years! But I don’t buy movie soundtracks, and it took me awhile to find the song on a CD mix–it’s on a great CD, “Love, Elvis,” and also on “Elvis–Love Songs.” Both CDs are full of beautiful ballads, including the covers he did of other artist’s songs of the late 60′s and 70′s. He WAS the music of the 20th century; I doubt any musical eras to come will ever see an artist with such influence and power.

 

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Elvis Presley’s ”The Trouble with Girls” (1969)

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He looks the best he’s ever looked circa the ’68 Comeback Special… This is ’69 & he’s about to head off to Vegas. From ’68 to ’72 Presley looked the best of his career except the time he came out of the army (very thin, hair combed so perfectly).This film went through many transformations before it hit the screen. It’s intriguing at best. Unfortunately, it was not a hit. However, for me, he sings ‘Almost’ which is a lost movie song, so very lovely!

This script is an original draft of the classic 1969 Elvis film, “The Trouble With Girls.” The cover of the script bears the official Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer script department header, the working title “CHAUTAUQUA,” producer/writer credits, and the script date of August 28, 1968 has been crossed out with a black felt tip marker. The back of the front cover has the production date “Oct. 28, 68′” handwritten in black ink at the top left hand corner. “The Trouble With Girls” was adapted from the 1960 novel, “Chautauqua” by Day Keene and Dwight Vincent Babcock. The producers of the film changed the title prior to release stemming from concerns that film audiences would not understand the title or be able to pronounce it. The film co-starred Elvis Presley and Marlyn Mason, and also featured performances by screen legends John Carradine and Vincent Price. The script is in good condition with some minor fading and discoloration due to age and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity. Presented by The Golden Closet, your premier source for iconic screen used wardrobe, props, and music entertainment memorabilia. – See more at: http://www.thegoldencloset.com/merchant/merchant.mvc?Session_ID=c7b5f4ecb769de7f667a87399a8599f0&Screen=PROD&Store_Code=TGC&Product_Code=SC0052#sthash.s2rG1IzF.dpuf

CHAUTAUQUA/THE TROUBLE WITH GIRLS - original production script

 

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Elvis Presley – Loving You 1957 Great English

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His Hand in Mine

His Hand in Mine (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

The funny thing is Col. Tom Parker is the only guy Elvis ever really listened too. It was rare for Elvis to tell him no. The 68 Comeback Special being a Rock show and not a Christmas Show is one of the few times. Some would say that it wasn’t the Col. job to get involved in Elvis personal life but if he wants his artists to be in top form than may he should have. I would have like him to try anyways. I mean what if Col. Parker told Elvis to stop the pills?

I loved this man too, and yes the good lord took him home far to soon. It wasn’t just drugs that took his life that saddest day that we all will remember. Loosing his mom, divorce, fan’s not letting him be a person to walk among the people. When your forced into hibernation you either drink or do drugs, then don’t forget the power that he had. Elvis did it his way no one could tell him different. They tried, he was after all still a man. If your doing the blame thing then there are alot more.

ELVIS AARON PRESLEY. JANUARY 08, 1935-AUGUST 16, 1977. he departed from the worldly scene much too soon, just 42 years old. i would like to get my hands on those who got him onto drugs in the first place.that is what killed him, im certain.

I saw this in Fresno, Ca in 1987; I was about 13 yrs old. I didn’t really ever care 4 Elvis, his music & his strange jump suits n karate. But when I randomly bumped into this movie, & oddly decided 2 put my 13 yr old minds focus on Elvis of all things, in this movie, I was captivated.When it played “You are always on my mind“, I was floored! It seared a deep bond tween me & Elvis n Priscilla; the tumultuous, n very true, very human love, with all of its struggles n glories. It woke my heart up.

Kurt nailed it and the King will live on. The Bel Air scene had been during the period he was neighbor to my father, Danny Thomas. I lived with my mother but wished I was there then, as he was right next door, just another regret. I had been at Graceland , not the pretty houses across the street but the commercial Elvis museum, house and land are beautiful though. When I left there I realized, Elvis was truly a Great Man, a one of a kind. All should see the home, if not in person then on YouTube

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The King of R&R

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Published on Aug 30, 2012

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HIGH QUALITY. Elvis is a 1979 television film by John Carpenter and is based upon the life of Elvis Presley, starring Kurt Russell in the title role. However, it ends in 1969 and does not depict the last few years of Presley’s life and career.
Elvis is notable in Carpenter’s career for two reasons. It was made after Halloween had wrapped, so it offered him an avenue to try his hand at a film away from the horror genre. It was also the first time Carpenter had worked with Russell, who became a frequent collaborator of Carpenter’s. Russell subsequently starred in Escape from New York (1981), The Thing (1982), Big Trouble in Little China (1985), and Escape from L.A. (1996).
Kurt Russell worked with and met Presley in the film It Happened at the World’s Fair (1963). In the film, Presley wants to meet the fairground’s nurse and he pays a young boy (Russell) to kick him in the shins. Later in the movie, the young boy sees Presley and the nurse together on a date and asks Presley if he can kick him again for money. Russell’s cinematic involvement with Presley also includes dubbing the voice of a young Presley in Forrest Gump and playing a Presley impersonator in 3000 Miles to Graceland.
Country singer Ronnie McDowell provided the vocals for a number of songs Russell performed in the film. McDowell recorded 36 songs for the soundtrack, but only 25 were used.Elvis originally aired on ABC opposite two blockbuster films; Gone with the Wind on CBS, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest on NBC.Despite this, Elvis beat both in the Nielson ratings, receiving a 27.3 rating compared to 24.3 and 22.5 respectively. Elvis was ranked the sixth most watched program of the week.According to several reports, Priscilla Presley was paid $50,000 to check the script for accuracy before shooting commenced.
Russell was nominated for an Emmy Award for his performance as Presley. Also nominated for Emmy Awards were cinematographer Donald M. Morgan and make-up artist Marvin Westmore.Russell would later marry co-star Season Hubley on March 17, 1979. They were later divorced.Bing Russell, who played Vernon Presley, is Kurt Russell’s real father.For several years Bing played Deputy Clem Poster in the TV series “Bonanza”.After its success on television, the film was released theatrically throughout Europe. The film finally debuted on DVD and Blu-ray in early 2010 via Shout! Factory.
CAST:
Kurt Russell – Elvis Presley
Shelley Winters – Gladys Presley
Season Hubley – Priscilla Presley
Bing Russell – Vernon Presley
Pat Hingle – Colonel Tom Parker
Charles Cyphers – Sam Philips
Ellen Travolta – Marion Keisker
Charlie Hodge – Himself
Larry Geller – Himself

 

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E & G International Language Center
Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City

Phone: 091 7712 2970
e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

davaoeng@gmail.com

E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.
June 10 (Mon): No classes
※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)
I will transfer on Monday June 10.
• June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine
※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.
• June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test
※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/
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Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines
Phone : 091 7713 3029
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E & G International Language Center
Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City

Phone: 091 7712 2970
e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

davaoeng@gmail.com

E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.
June 10 (Mon): No classes
※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)
I will transfer on Monday June 10.
• June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine
※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.
• June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test
※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

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Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines
Phone : 091 7713 3029
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E & G International Language Center
Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City

Phone: 091 7712 2970
e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

davaoeng@gmail.com

E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.
June 10 (Mon): No classes
※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)
I will transfer on Monday June 10.
• June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine
※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.
• June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test
※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/
E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines
Phone : 091 7713 3029
e-mail : Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

 

 

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E & G International Language Center
Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City

Phone: 091 7712 2970
e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

davaoeng@gmail.com

E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.
June 10 (Mon): No classes
※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)
I will transfer on Monday June 10.
• June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine
※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.
• June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test
※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/
E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines
Phone : 091 7713 3029
e-mail : Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

 

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Visiting a Zoo “READING TEST”

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Visiting a Zoo

A. Reading

Today is Ming Chow’s birthday, and he is at the zoo. He is with his father, his sister, and two of his friends.

It is Saturday morning, and the zoo is crowded. The kids at the zoo are noisy, and they don’t want to wait in long lines to see the animals. Some kids are pushing other kids and kicking the animal cages.

Mr. Chow, Ming’s father, is upset because he doesn’t think children should behave like that. He doesn’t want to have a problem with the other parents, but he wants to stop the children from pushing other children and kicking the animal cages. What should Mr. Chow do? How can he solve his problem?

B. True or False

1. ________ Mrs. Chow is at the zoo with her two children and their friends.

2. ________ Ming’s birthday is on a Saturday this year.

3. ________ The children at the zoo are behaving nicely.

4. ________ The animals are kicking their cages.

5. ________ The children in the picture are looking at a tiger.

C. Yes or No – What about you?

1. ________ I like to go to the zoo.

2. ________ I went to the zoo this year.

3. ________ There is a zoo in my city.

4. ________ I have a pet.

5. ________ I like to take care of children.

D. Writing – What should Mr. Chow do? How can he solve his problem?

________________________________________________________________________

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Term Definition
active voice one of two voices in English; a direct form of expression where the subject performs or “acts” the verb; see also passive voice
eg: “Many people eat rice”
adjective part of speech that typically describes or “modifies” a noun
eg: “It was a big dog.”
adjective clause seldom-used term for relative clause
adjunct word or phrase that adds information to a sentence and that can be removed from the sentence without making the sentence ungrammatical
eg: I met John at school.
adverb word that modifies a verb, an adjective or another adverb
eg: quickly, really, very
adverbial clause dependent clause that acts like an adverb and indicates such things as time, place or reason
eg: Although we are getting older, we grow more beautiful each day.
affirmative statement that expresses (or claims to express) a truth or “yes” meaning; opposite of negative
eg: The sun is hot.
affix language unit (morpheme) that occurs before or after (or sometimes within) the root or stem of a word
eg: un- in unhappy (prefix), -ness in happiness (suffix)
agreement
(also known as “concord”)
logical (in a grammatical sense) links between words based on tensecase ornumber
eg: this phone, these phones
antecedent word, phrase or clause that is replaced by a pronoun (or other substitute) when mentioned subsequently (in the same sentence or later)
eg: “Emily is nice because she brings me flowers.”
appositive noun phrase that re-identifies or describes its neighbouring noun
eg: “Canadaa multicultural country, is recognized by its maple leaf flag.”
article determiner that introduces a noun phrase as definite (the) or indefinite (a/an)
aspect feature of some verb forms that relates to duration or completion of time; verbs can have no aspect (simple), or can have continuous or progressive aspect (expressing duration), or have perfect or perfective aspect (expressing completion)
auxiliary verb
(also called “helping verb“)
verb used with the main verb to help indicate something such as tense or voice
eg: I do not like you. She has finished. He can swim.
bare infinitive unmarked form of the verb (no indication of tense, mood, person, or aspect) without the particle “to”; typically used after modal auxiliary verbs; see also infinitive
eg: “He should come“, “I can swim
base form basic form of a verb before conjugation into tenses etc
eg: bespeak
case form of a pronoun based on its relationship to other words in the sentence; case can be subjectiveobjective or possessive
eg: “I love this dog”, “This dog loves me“, “This is my dog”
causative verb verb that causes things to happen such as “make”, “get” and “have”; the subject does not perform the action but is indirectly responsible for it
eg: “She made me go to school”, “I had my nails painted”
clause group of words containing a subject and its verb
eg: “It was late when he arrived
comparative,
comparative adjective
form of an adjective or adverb made with “-er” or “more” that is used to show differences or similarities between two things (not three or more things)
eg: coldermore quickly
complement part of a sentence that completes or adds meaning to the predicate
eg: Mary did not say where she was going.
compound noun noun that is made up of more than one word; can be one word, or hyphenated, or separated by a space
eg: toothbrush, mother-in-law, Christmas Day
compound sentence sentence with at least two independent clauses; usually joined by a conjunction
eg: “You can have something healthy but you can’t have more junk food.”
concord another term for agreement
conditional structure in English where one action depends on another (“if-then” or “then-if” structure); most common are 1st2nd, and 3rd conditionals
eg: “If I win I will be happy”, “I would be happy if I won”
conjugate to show the different forms of a verb according to voicemoodtensenumber andperson; conjugation is quite simple in English compared to many other languages
eg: I walk, you walk, he/she/it walks, we walk, they walk; I walked, you walked, he/she/it walked, we walked, they walked
conjunction word that joins or connects two parts of a sentence
eg: Ram likes tea and coffee. Anthony went swimming although it was raining.
content word word that has meaning in a sentence, such as a verb or noun (as opposed to astructure word, such as pronoun or auxiliary verb); content words are stressed in speech
eg: “Could you BRING my GLASSES because I’ve LEFT them at HOME
continuous
(also called “progressive”)
verb form (specifically an aspect) indicating actions that are in progress or continuing over a given time period (can be past, present or future); formed with “BE” + “VERB-ing”
eg: “They are watching TV.”
contraction shortening of two (or more) words into one
eg: isn’t (is not), we’d’ve (we would have)
countable noun thing that you can count, such as apple, pen, tree (see uncountable noun)
eg: one apple, three pens, ten trees
dangling participle illogical structure that occurs in a sentence when a writer intends to modify one thing but the reader attaches it to another
eg: “Running to the bus, the flowers were blooming.” (In the example sentence it seems that the flowers were running.)
declarative sentence sentence type typically used to make a statement (as opposed to a question or command)
eg: “Tara works hard”, “It wasn’t funny”
defining relative clause
(also called “restrictive relative clause”)
relative clause that contains information required for the understanding of the sentence; not set off with commas; see also non-defining clause
eg: “The boy who was wearing a blue shirt was the winner”
demonstrative pronoun
demonstrative adjective
pronoun or determiner that indicates closeness to (this/these) or distance from (that/those) the speaker
eg: “This is a nice car”, “Can you see those cars?”
dependent clause part of a sentence that contains a subject and a verb but does not form a complete thought and cannot stand on its own; see also independent clause
eg: “When the water came out of the tap…”
determiner word such as an article or a possessive adjective or other adjective that typically comes at the beginning of noun phrases
eg: “It was an excellent film”, “Do you like my new shirt?”, “Let’s buy some eggs”
direct speech saying what someone said by using their exact words; see also indirect speech
eg: “Lucy said: ‘I am tired.’”
direct object noun phrase in a sentence that directly receives the action of the verb; see alsoindirect object
eg: “Joey bought the car“, “I like it“, “Can you see the man wearing a pink shirt and waving a gun in the air?”
embedded question question that is not in normal question form with a question mark; it occurs within another statement or question and generally follows statement structure
eg: “I don’t know where he went,” “Can you tell me where it is before you go?”, “They haven’t decided whether they should come
finite verb verb form that has a specific tense, number and person
eg: I work, he works, we learned, they ran
first conditional “if-then” conditional structure used for future actions or events that are seen as realistic possibilities
eg: “If we win the lottery we will buy a car”
fragment incomplete piece of a sentence used alone as a complete sentence; a fragment does not contain a complete thought; fragments are common in normal speech but unusual (inappropriate) in formal writing
eg: “When’s her birthday? - In December“, “Will they come? - Probably not
function purpose or “job” of a word form or element in a sentence
eg: The function of a subject is to perform the action. One function of an adjective is to describe a noun. The function of a noun is to name things.
future continuous
(also called “future progressive”)
tense* used to describe things that will happen in the future at a particular time; formed with WILL + BE + VERB-ing
eg: “I will be graduating in September.”
future perfect tense* used to express the past in the future; formed with WILL HAVE + VERB-ed
eg: “I will have graduated by then”
future perfect continuous tense* used to show that something will be ongoing until a certain time in the future; formed with WILL HAVE BEEN + VERB-ing
eg: “We will have been living there for three months by the time the baby is born”
future simple tense* used to describe something that hasn’t happened yet such as a prediction or a sudden decision; formed with WILL + BASE VERB
eg: “He will be late”, “I will answer the phone”
genitive case case expressing relationship between nouns (possession, origin, composition etc)
eg: “John’s dog“, “door of the car“, “children’s songs“, “pile of sand
gerund noun form of a verb, formed with VERB-ing
eg: “Walking is great exercise”
gradable adjective adjective that can vary in intensity or grade when paired with a grading adverb ; see also non-gradable adjective
eg: quite hot, very tall
grading adverb adverb that can modify the intensity or grade of a gradable adjective
eg: quite hot, very tall
hanging participle another term for dangling participle
helping verb another term for auxiliary verb
imperative form of verb used when giving a command; formed with BASE VERB only
eg: “Brush your teeth!”
indefinite pronoun pronoun does not refer to any specific person, thing or amount. It is vague and “not definite”.
eg: anythingeachmanysomebody
independent clause
(also called “main clause”)
group of words that expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence; see also dependent clause
eg: “Tara is eating curry.“, “Tara likes oranges and Joe likes apples.”
indirect object noun phrase representing the person or thing indirectly affected by the action of the verb; see also direct object
eg: “She showed me her book collection”, “Joey bought his wife a new car”
indirect question another term for embedded question
indirect speech
(also called “reported speech”)
saying what someone said without using their exact words; see direct speech
eg: “Lucy said that she was tired
infinitive base form of a verb preceded by “to”**; see also bare infinitive
eg: “You need to study harder”, “To be, or not to be: that is the question”
inflection change in word form to indicate grammatical meaning
eg: dogdogs (two inflections); taketakestooktakingtaken (five inflections)
interjection common word that expresses emotion but has no grammatical value; can often be used alone and is often followed by an exclamation mark
eg: “Hi!”, “er”, “Ouch!”, “Dammit!”
interrogative (formal) sentence type (typically inverted) normally used when asking a question
eg: “Are you eating?”, “What are you eating?”
interrogative pronoun pronoun that asks a question.
eg: whowhomwhich
intransitive verb verb that does not take a direct object; see also transitive verb
e.g. “He is working hard”, “Where do you live?”
inversion any reversal of the normal word order, especially placing the auxiliary verb before the subject; used in a variety of ways, as in question formation, conditional clauses and agreement or disagreement
eg: “Where are your keys?”,”Had we watched the weather report, we wouldn’t have gone to the beach”, “So did he”, “Neither did she”
irregular verb
see irregular verbs list
verb that has a different ending for past tense and past participle forms than the regular “-ed”; see also regular verb
eg: buy, boughtbought; do, diddone
lexicon, lexis all of the words and word forms in a language with meaning or function
lexical verb another term for main verb
linking verb verbs that connect the subject to more information (but do not indicate action), such as “be” or “seem”
main clause another term for independent clause
main verb
(also called “lexical verb”)
any verb in a sentence that is not an auxiliary verb; a main verb has meaning on its own
eg: “Does John like Mary?”, “I will have arrived by 4pm”
modal verb
(also called “modal”)
auxiliary verb such as can, could, must, should etc; paired with the bare infinitive of a verb
eg: “I should go for a jog”
modifier word or phrase that modifies and limits the meaning of another word
eg: the house => the white house, the house over there, the house we sold last year
mood sentence type that indicates the speaker’s view towards the degree of reality of what is being said, for example subjunctive, indicative, imperative
morpheme unit of language with meaning; differs from “word” because some cannot stand alone
e.g. un-, predict and -able in unpredictable
multi-word verb verb that consists of a basic verb + another word or words (preposition and/or adverb)
eg: get up (phrasal verb), believe in (prepositional verb), get on with (phrasal-prepositional verb)
negative form which changes a “yes” meaning to a “no” meaning; opposite of affirmative
eg: “She will not come”, “I have never seen her”
nominative case another term for subjective case
non-defining relative clause
(also called “non-restrictive relative clause”)
relative clause that adds information but is not completely necessary; set off from the sentence with a comma or commas; see defining relative clause
eg: “The boy, who had a chocolate bar in his hand, was still hungry”
non-gradable adjective adjective that has a fixed quality or intensity and cannot be paired with a grading adverb; see also gradable adjective
eg: freezing, boiling, dead
non-restrictive relative clause another term for non-defining relative clause
noun part of speech that names a person, place, thing, quality, quantity or concept; see also proper noun and compound noun
eg: “The man is waiting”, “I was born in London“, “Is that your car?”, “Do you likemusic?”
noun clause clause that takes the place of a noun and cannot stand on its own; often introduced with words such as “that, who or whoever”
eg: “What the president said was surprising”
noun phrase (NP) any word or group of words based on a noun or pronoun that can function in a sentence as a subject, object or prepositional object; can be one word or many words; can be very simple or very complex
eg: “She is nice”, “When is the meeting?”, “The car over there beside the lampost is mine”
number change of word form indicating one person or thing (singular) or more than one person or thing (plural)
eg: one dog/three dogsshe/they
object thing or person affected by the verb; see also direct object and indirect object
eg: “The boy kicked the ball“, “We chose the house with the red door
objective case case form of a pronoun indicating an object
eg: “John married her“, “I gave it to him
part of speech one of the classes into which words are divided according to their function in a sentence
eg: verbnounadjective
participle verb form that can be used as an adjective or a noun; see past participlepresent participle
passive voice one of two voices in English; an indirect form of expression in which the subject receives the action; see also active voice
eg: “Rice is eaten by many people”
past tense
(also called “simple past”)
tense used to talk about an action, event or situation that occurred and was completed in the past
eg: “I lived in Paris for 10 years”, “Yesterday we saw a snake”
past continuous tense often used to describe an interrupted action in the past; formed with WAS/WERE + VERB-ing
eg: “I was reading when you called”
past perfect tense that refers to the past in the past; formed with HAD + VERB-ed
eg: “We had stopped the car”
past perfect continuous tense that refers to action that happened in the past and continued to a certain point in the past; formed with HAD BEEN + VERB-ing
eg: “I had been waiting for three hours when he arrived”
past participle verb form (V3) – usually made by adding “-ed” to the base verb – typically used in perfect and passive tenses, and sometimes as an adjective
eg: “I have finished“, “It was seen by many people”, “boiled eggs”
perfect verb form (specifically an aspect); formed with HAVE/HAS + VERB-ed (present perfect) or HAD + VERB-ed (past perfect)
person grammatical category that identifies people in a conversation; there are three persons: 1st person (pronouns I/me, we/us) is the speaker(s), 2nd person (pronoun you) is the listener(s), 3rd person (pronouns he/him, she/her, it, they/them) is everybody or everything else
personal pronoun pronoun that indicates person
eg: “He likes my dogs”, “They like him
phrasal verb multi-word verb formed with a verb + adverb
eg: break upturn off (see phrasal verbs list)
NB: many people and books call all multi-word verbs “phrasal verbs” (see multi-word verbs)
phrase two or more words that have a single function and form part of a sentence; phrases can be noun, adjective, adverb, verb or prepositional
plural of a noun or form indicating more than one person or thing; plural nouns are usually formed by adding “-s”; see also singularnumber
eg: bananasspoonstrees
position grammatically correct placement of a word form in a phrase or sentence in relation to other word forms
eg: “The correct position for an article is at the beginning of the noun phrase that it describes”
positive basic state of an adjective or adverb when it shows quality but not comparative orsuperlative
eg: nicekindquickly
possessive adjective adjective (also called “determiner”) based on a pronoun: my, your, his, her, its, our, their
eg: “I lost my keys”, “She likes your car”
possessive case case form of a pronoun indicating ownership or possession
eg: “Mine are blue”, “This car is hers
possessive pronoun pronoun that indicates ownership or possession
eg: “Where is mine?”, “These are yours
predicate one of the two main parts (subject and predicate) of a sentence; the predicate is the part that is not the subject
eg: “My brother is a doctor“, “Who did you call?”, “The woman wearing a blue dress helped me
prefix affix that occurs before the root or stem of a word
eg: impossible, reload
preposition part of speech that typically comes before a noun phrase and shows some type of relationship between that noun phrase and another element (including relationships of time, location, purpose etc)
eg: “We sleep at night”, “I live in London”, “This is for digging”
prepositional verb multi-word verb that is formed with verb + preposition
eg: believe inlook after
present participle -ing form of a verb (except when it is a gerund or verbal noun)
eg: “We were eating“, “The man shouting at the back is rude”, “I saw Tara playingtennis”
present simple(also called “simple present”) tense usually used to describe states and actions that are general, habitual or (with the verb “to be”) true right now; formed with the basic verb (+ s for 3rd person singular)
eg: “Canada sounds beautiful”, “She walks to school”, “I am very happy”
present continuous(also called “present progressive”) tense used to describe action that is in process now, or a plan for the future; formed with BE + VERB-ing
eg: “We are watching TV”, “I am moving to Canada next month”
present perfect tense that connects the past and the present, typically used to express experience, change or a continuing situation; formed with HAVE + VERB-ed
eg: “I have worked there”, “John has broken his leg”, “How long have you beenin Canada?”
present perfect continuous tense used to describe an action that has recently stopped or an action continuing up to now; formed with HAVE + BEEN + VERB-ing
eg: “I’m tired because I‘ve been running“, “He has been living in Canada for two years”
progressive another term for continuous
pronoun word that replaces a noun or noun phrase; there are several types including personal pronounsrelative pronouns and indefinite pronouns
eg: youhehimwhowhichsomebodyanything
proper noun noun that is capitalized at all times and is the name of a person, place or thing
eg: ShakespeareTokyoEnglishClub.com
punctuation standard marks such as commas, periods and question marks within a sentence
eg: , . ? ! – ; :
quantifier determiner or pronoun that indicates quantity
eg: somemanyall
question tag final part of a tag question; mini-question at end of a tag question
eg: “Snow isn’t black, is it?”
question word another term for WH-word
reciprocal pronoun pronoun that indicates that two or more subjects are acting mutually; there are two in English – each other, one another
eg: “John and Mary were shouting at each other“, “The students accused one another of cheating”
reduced relative clause
(also called “participial relative clause”)
construction similar to a relative clause, but containing a participle instead of a finite verb; this construction is possible only under certain circumstances
eg: “The woman sitting on the bench is my sister”, “The people arrested by the police have been released”
reflexive pronoun pronoun ending in -self or -selves, used when the subject and object are the same, or when the subject needs emphasis
eg: “She drove herself“, “I’ll phone her myself
regular verb
see regular verbs list
verb that has “-ed” as the ending for past tense and past participle forms; see alsoirregular verb
eg: work, worked, worked
relative adverb adverb that introduces a relative clause; there are four in English: wherewhen,whereverwhenever; see also relative pronoun
relative clause dependent clause that usually starts with a relative pronoun such as who or which, or relative adverb such as where
eg: “The person who finishes first can leave early” (defining), “Texas, where my brother lives, is big” (non-defining)
relative pronoun pronoun that starts a relative clause; there are five in English: whowhomwhose,whichthat; see also relative adverb
reported speech another term for indirect speech
restrictive relative clause another term for defining relative clause
second conditional “if-then” conditional structure used to talk about an unlikely possibility in the future
eg: “If we won the lottery we would buy a car”
sentence largest grammatical unit; a sentence must always include a subject (except forimperatives) and predicate; a written sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop/period (.), question mark (?) or exclamation mark (!); a sentence contains a complete thought such as a statement, question, request or command
eg: “Stop!”, “Do you like coffee?”, “I work.”
series list of items in a sentence
eg: “The children ate popsicles, popcorn and chips
singular of a noun or form indicating exactly one person or thing; singular nouns are usually the simplest form of the noun (as found in a dictionary); see also pluralnumber
eg: bananaspoontree
split infinitive situation where a word or phrase comes between the particle “to” and the verb in an infinitive; considered poor construction by some
eg: “He promised to never lie again”
Standard English (S.E.) “normal” spelling, pronunciation and grammar that is used by educated native speakers of English
structure word word that has no real meaning in a sentence, such as a pronoun or auxiliary verb (as opposed to a content word, such as verb or noun); structure words are not normally stressed in speech
eg: “Could you BRING my GLASSES because I’ve LEFT them at HOME”
subject one of the two main parts (subject and predicate) of a sentence; the subject is the part that is not the predicate; typically, the subject is the first noun phrase in asentence and is what the rest of the sentence “is about”
eg: “The rain water was dirty”, “Mary is beautiful”, “Who saw you?”
subjective case
also called “nominative”
case form of a pronoun indicating a subject
eg: Did she tell you about her?
subjunctive fairly rare verb form typically used to talk about events that are not certain to happen, usually something that someone wants, hopes or imagines will happen; formed with BARE INFINITIVE (except past of “be”)
eg: “The President requests that John attend the meeting”
subordinate clause another term for dependent clause
suffix affix that occurs after the root or stem of a word
eg: happiness, quickly
superlative,superlative adjective adjective or adverb that describes the extreme degree of something
eg: happiestmost quickly
SVO subject-verb-object; a common word order where the subject is followed by the verb and then the object
eg: “The man crossed the street”
syntax sentence structure; the rules about sentence structure
tag question special construction with statement that ends in a mini-question; the whole sentence is a tag question; the mini-question is a question tag; usually used to obtain confirmation
eg: “The Earth is round, isn’t it?”, “You don’t eat meat, do you?”
tense form of a verb that shows us when the action or state happens (past, present or future). Note that the name of a tense is not always a guide to when the action happens. The “present continuous tense”, for example, can be used to talk about the present or the future.
third conditional “if-then” conditional structure used to talk about a possible event in the past that did not happen (and is therefore now impossible)
eg: “If we had won the lottery we would have bought a car”
transitive verb action verb that has a direct object (receiver of the action); see also intransitive verb
eg: “The kids always eat a snack while they watch TV”
uncountable nouns
(also called “mass nouns” or “non-count”)
thing that you cannot count, such as substances or concepts; see also countable nouns
eg: waterfurnituremusic
usage way in which words and constructions are normally used in any particular language
V1, V2, V3 referring to Verb 1, Verb 2, Verb 3 – being the base, past and past participle that students typically learn for irregular verbs
eg: speak, spoke, spoken
verb word that describes the subject‘s action or state and that we can change orconjugate based on tense and person
eg: (to) work, (to) love, (to) begin
voice form of a verb that shows the relation of the subject to the action; there are two voices in English: activepassive
WH-question question using a WH-word and expecting an answer that is not “yes” or “no”; WH-questions are “open” questions; see also yes-no question
eg: Where are you going?
WH-word
(also called “question word”)
word that asks a WH-question; there are 7 WH-words: who, what, where, when, which, why, how
word order order or sequence in which words occur within a sentence; basic word order for English is subject-verb-object or SVO
yes-no question question to which the answer is yes or no; yes-no questions are “closed” questions; see also WH-question
eg: “Do you like coffee?”
zero conditional “if-then” conditional structure used when the result of the condition is always true (based on fact)
eg: “If you dial O, the operator comes on”

 

 

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Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

E & G International Language Center
Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City

Phone: 091 7712 2970
e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

davaoeng@gmail.com

 

 

This is a introduction for you to understand E&G International Language Center.  We are an English Second Language School here in Davao, we have students that come from Korea and Japan.  We teach them all the basic’s of the English language, to make their experiences better.  We are asking for your kind help in finding Teachers for our great school.  We are in the need of good teachers with an overall desire, and aptitude to teach other  foreign students, this will be a great challenge but the teachers will have the chance to work and learn, teaching students from other country’s.  We have a great establishment for the teachers and the students.

 

When a teacher comes to our school they will be required to take a written test and to do a demo and show there ability to teach students, they will be observed by the head teachers and the manager of the school, if they can show that they have the excitement, the ability to help students grow in the English, we would love to talk and hire them.

 

We would ask that you post our advertisement so that we can find good teacher for our great school; if they want an exciting and rewarding and challenging but fun job then we need them as much as they need us.

 

Thank you

Sincerely:   E&G International Language Center

Manager:  Ashley

 

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It is these types of Visions and Experiences that we need less of. Let us get some members with a real appreciation for our wellbeing, and who value our Local’s rules and its purposes.

 

 

  1. RICO lawsuit; By Mr. Pette and other candidates of the Resistance against the IUOE and others: It was stated by our union attorney that Mr. Chris Brown has been voluntarily removed from RICO lawsuit. This is the person that has been accused of being the IUOE’s yes man. This strongly suggests that the heart of the issues related to the RICO by Mr. Pette and the other Resistance candidates against the IUOE and others are pre-2009. So this all happened before Mr. Brown..?

 

            Please recall that Chris Brown was selected Business Manager by the then 501 Principal Officers, which many are still with us.

 

Regarding our Election:  Let us take advantage and bring in a new beginning, where the members rule the local, where our Reps are from amongst us. Our members are telling us they are ready for a real change, let us not disappoint.

 

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It was the most disruptive meeting to date. Many of our members were disgusted and left the meeting early. The men in black were in rarer form than ever. Many members asked if they win will they be treating us like they did the incumbents today? What do you think?

 

  1. Mr. Finn Pette the Resistance Business Manager Candidate attempted to make sweeping self-serving motions, but he was repeatedly derailed by the rules of our By-Laws; which for decades have been used to restrict all of our member’s participation. Now the shoe is on the other foot:

 

      The President read the By-Laws to Mr. Pette and left out that the requirement to submit written motions in May, only applies to motions seeking to change the By-Laws. Mr. Pette’s motions did not seek changes to the By-Laws.

     

      Mr. Pette apparently does not know the By-Laws as well as he claims, otherwise he would have said that that section only applies to changing the By-Laws, and would have continued his efforts to do his motions.

 

So much for the Experience that they claim makes them better than our CleamSlate501 Team to run our local. Let us bring in thoughtful, intelligent members to run our local.  

 

It is these types of Visions and Experiences that we need less of. Let us get some members with a real appreciation for our wellbeing, and who value our Local’s rules and its purposes.

 

 

  1. RICO lawsuit; By Mr. Pette and other candidates of the Resistance against the IUOE and others: It was stated by our union attorney that Mr. Chris Brown has been voluntarily removed from RICO lawsuit. This is the person that has been accused of being the IUOE’s yes man. This strongly suggests that the heart of the issues related to the RICO by Mr. Pette and the other Resistance candidates against the IUOE and others are pre-2009. So this all happened before Mr. Brown..?

 

            Please recall that Chris Brown was selected Business Manager by the then 501 Principal Officers, which many are still with us.

 

Regarding our Election:  Let us take advantage and bring in a new beginning, where the members rule the local, where  our Reps are from amongst us. Our members are telling us they are ready for a real change, let us not disappoint.

 

 

 

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E & G International Language Center   
Mary knoll, Lanang Davao City

Phone: 091 7712 2970
e-mail: Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

davaoeng@gmail.com

 

 

This is a introduction for you to understand E&G International Language Center.  We are an English Second Language School here in Davao, we have students that come from Korea and Japan.  We teach them all the basic’s of the English language, to make their experiences better.  We are asking for your kind help in finding Teachers for our great school.  We are in the need of good teachers with an overall desire, and aptitude to teach other  foreign students, this will be a great challenge but the teachers will have the chance to work and learn, teaching students from other country’s.  We have a great establishment for the teachers and the students.

 

When a teacher comes to our school they will be required to take a written test and to do a demo and show there ability to teach students, they will be observed by the head teachers and the manager of the school, if they can show that they have the excitement, the ability to help students grow in the English, we would love to talk and hire them.

 

We would ask that you post our advertisement so that we can find good teacher for our great school; if they want an exciting and rewarding and challenging but fun job then we need them as much as they need us.

 

Thank you

Sincerely:   E&G International Language Center

Manager:  Ashley

 

 

 

 

 

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TOEIC A PART 4 OF THE TEST BY ALVIN

 

 

 

 

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Phone : 091 7713 3029
e-mail : Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

 

 

Hi from EnG Language center, this is Teacher Alvin, do you remember the Pronunciation King.

You remember from C.I.P. but now I am teaching here at EnG Language Center.  Come and join me and the staff here, to learn “English” we teach all parts of the English Language, and you will 100% enjoy the fun of learning English here, we have the ocean next to us and what a great place to enjoy the sun and fun while you’re here learning “English”

Love to see all my old and new students again, and I want you to come here and learn “English”

Love and miss all of you everyday.

Teacher Alvin

 

 

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TOEIC PRE-TEST BY ALVIN

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnXpvqnbq-s&list=UUXQLi3m2DChIXXKVT7R9G4A&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
E & G English school, which is located on the waterfront in Davao was named the safest city in the Philippines realize cheap rates reasonably, to reduce the cost study abroad you can. I am a complete environment of optimum excellent teachers, and friendly staff. It offers a curriculum that is customized for improvement of ability of individual students in particular, for this reason, it offers small group lessons of 4 hours and one-on-one class of 4 hours a day.

June 10 (Mon): No classes

※ 12 Wednesday, June Independence Day the (Independence day)

I will transfer on Monday June 10.

· June 14 (Friday): level test, quarantine

※ After lunch, going out possible. 15 I go out all the time to ask.

· June 15 (Sat): official TOEIC test

※ Please apply to Saturday 8th seekers

http://eng-ryugaku.com/

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Enginternationallanguagecenter@yahoo.com

davaoeng@gmail.com

alvindavis99@gmail.com

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=h8VYaTMgGoY#t=3s

1. There is never “SNOW” in the Philippines. The students here love it and learn english at the same time.
2.Cheep rate!!!!
3. EASY
4. Native Teachers from Western MEN and WOMEN

다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
www.youtube.com
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를

[필리핀어학연수] 다바오 E&G어학원소개
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.
필리핀 다바오에 위치한 이앤지어학원 소개입니다. 학원모습, 수업모습, 강사들의 모습, 그리고 이앤지를 다녀간 학생들의 모습을 담아보았습니다. 짧은 영상으로 이앤지를 다 보여드릴 수는 없지만 참고가 되었으면 합니다.

E & G International Language Center
Maryknoll Road, Davao City, Philippines

Phone : 091 7713 3029
e-mail : Infoattoeng-ryugaku.Com

Hi from EnG Language center, this is Teacher Alvin, do you remember the Pronunciation King.

You remember?? but now I am teaching here at EnG Language Center.  Come and join me and the staff here, to learn “English” we teach all parts of the English Language, and you will 100% enjoy the fun of learning English here, we have the ocean next to us and what a great place to enjoy the sun and fun while you’re here learning “English”

Love to see all my old and new students again, and I want you to come here and learn “English”

Love and miss all of you everyday.

Teacher Alvin

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Brain “TEASERS” “RIDDLES” answers on next blog

COME AND STUDY ENGLISH HERE A E&G LANGUAGE CENTER IN DAVAO WE HAVE EVERYTHING OTHER SCHOOLS HAVE “PLUS”
WATER SPORTS
DIVING
A NON-SMOKING CITY
NO CRIME
NO BAR
GREAT TAXI SERVICE
GREAT LOCATION
NEXT TO SM-MALL
RESORTS
THE BEST TEACHING STAFF I HAVE EVER WORKED WITH
EMAIL: davaoeng@gmail.com

call:(82) 234-6839

 

 

 

What gets wetter and wetter the more it dries?

You throw away the outside and cook the inside. Then you eat the outside and throw away the inside. What did you eat?

What goes up and down the stairs without moving?

What can you catch but not throw?

I can run but not walk. Wherever I go, thought follows close behind. What am I?

What’s black and white and red all over?

What goes around the world but stays in a corner?

I have holes in my top and bottom, my left and right, and in the middle. But I still hold water. What am I?

Give me food, and I will live; give me water, and I will die. What am I?

The man who invented it doesn’t want it. The man who bought it doesn’t need it. The man who needs it doesn’t know it. What is it?

I run over fields and woods all day. Under the bed at night I sit not alone. My tongue hangs out, up and to the rear, awaiting to be filled in the morning. What am I?

Throw it off the highest building, and I’ll not break. But put me in the ocean, and I will. What am I?

What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps?

No sooner spoken than broken. What is it?

A certain crime is punishable if attempted but not punishable if committed. What is it?

You use a knife to slice my head and weep beside me when I am dead. What am I?

I’m the part of the bird that’s not in the sky. I can swim in the ocean and yet remain dry. What am I?

I am mother and father, but never birth or nurse. I’m rarely still, but I never wander. What am I?

I went into the woods and got it. I sat down to seek it. I brought it home with me because I couldn’t find it. What is it?

I am weightless, but you can see me. Put me in a bucket, and I’ll make it lighter. What am I?

I never was, am always to be,
No one ever saw me, nor ever will,
And yet I am the confidence of all
To live and breathe on this terrestrial ball.
What am I?

I’m light as a feather, yet the strongest man can’t hold me for much more than a minute. What am I?

I am the black child of a white father, a wingless bird, flying even to the clouds of heaven. I give birth to tears of mourning in pupils that meet me, even though there is no cause for grief, and at once on my birth I am dissolved into air. What am I?

Pronounced as one letter,
And written with three,
Two letters there are,
And two only in me.
I’m double, I’m single,
I’m black, blue, and gray,
I’m read from both ends,
And the same either way.
What am I?

At night they come without being fetched, and by day they are lost without being stolen. What are they?

I’m where yesterday follows today, and tomorrow’s in the middle. What am I?

From the beginning of eternity
To the end of time and space
To the beginning of every end
And the end of every place.
What am I?

In a marble hall white as milk
Lined with skin as soft as silk
Within a fountain crystal-clear
A golden apple doth appear.
No doors there are to this stronghold,
Yet thieves break in to steal its gold.

It is said among my people that some things are improved by death. Tell me, what stinks while living but in death smells good?

All about, but cannot be seen,
Can be captured, cannot be held,
No throat, but can be heard.
What is it?

If you break me,
I do not stop working.
If you touch me,
I may be snared.
If you lose me,
Nothing will matter.
What am I?

If a man carried my burden,
He would break his back.
I am not rich,
But I leave silver in my track.
What am I?

Glittering points that downward thrust,
Sparkling spears that never rust.
What is it?

Weight in my belly,
Trees on my back,
Nails in my ribs,
Feet do I lack.
What am I?

Until I am measured,
I am not known.
Yet how you miss me,
When I have flown!
What am I?

 

 

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“MEET” some of E&G staff

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COME AND STUDY ENGLISH HERE A E&G LANGUAGE CENTER IN DAVAO

 

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phonemic awareness

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In this workshop I will define the term “phonemic awareness,” focus on the importance of phonemic awareness, and discuss the activities that foster its development in the context of reading and writing. Whenever I begin to read any current educational journal, I almost assuredly come across the term “phonemic awareness.” It is perhaps the buzzword of the last decade! What is “phonemic awareness” and what does it have to do with literacy?

Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear and understand that spoken words are made up of individual sounds, or phonemes. For example, the word cat has three sounds /c/a/t/. Children who are phonemically aware understand the structure of the spoken language and are able to hear the individual sounds in a word in the context of the other sounds within that word.

Many studies consistently link phonemic awareness to success in reading, especially success with decoding or word recognition. Phonemic awareness helps children understand the alphabetic principle that the speech sounds they hear are represented by a letter or combination of letters. If children can hear the sounds in words, they can begin to learn the letter symbol attached to each sound. This is important when they read and write.

Children naturally enjoy playing with language. Using nursery rhymes, poems, songs, and stories helps students learn how language works and develops phonemic awareness. Through word play students can begin to notice the Individual sounds of words (phonemes), and to identify and manipulate these individual sounds.

I hope you’ve had a chance to review the lessons teachers have posted as part of Session 2. You’ll discover favorite titles from Dr. Seuss, nursery rhymes, songs, poems, and others. Playing with rhyming, rewriting texts, and using drama are a few ideas you’ll discover.

 

Overview
In this workshop I will define the term “phonics,” focus on classroom activities that support phonics teaching, and share helpful resource materials that can support your instruction.

Phonics is a hot educational issue, and has become a political issue as well. In fact, the phonics controversy has been debated for over 50 years! Most early literacy educators agree that phonics is important for emergent readers and writers. How phonics should be taught is the area of disagreement. I believe a knowledge of phonics is necessary to both reading and writing in a balanced literacy program.

Phonics refers to an understanding of the relationship of letters and sounds as they are used in writing and reading. It is learning about how letters and sounds work in words.

 

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Developing Oral Language for Story

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Developing Oral Language for Story

The focus of this first workshop will be how to develop and strengthen students’ language of literacy, or story language, in the classroom.
Children at an early age enjoy playing with spoken language. This play helps them learn how language works, lets them see that we use language for a variety of purposes, and contributes to a child’s literacy success. In the home, the child learns language with the help of an adult. He or she learns concept words for things and activities, how to interact in conversations and, if the child has been read to, the language of books. This “book language” is important to reading and writing. Through reading aloud and shared reading, children hear oral models for the language in books. They learn how some stories begin with “Once upon a time,” and that stories have a beginning, middle, and end. In addition, they learn the concepts about print (directionality, print conventions, letter/word concepts), and that reading is an enjoyable experience.

After several weeks of immersion in nursery rhymes, Xavier, a kindergartner, shared with me his version of “Jack and Jill“:

Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water.
Jack fell down
And broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after.
The grandma came and helped.
The grandma called the nurse.
The nurse called the doctor.
The doctor called home
And Jack was so sick.

 

Xavier was gaining in his knowledge of story and story language after only a few weeks of hearing nursery rhymes!

Within our classrooms there are multiple opportunities for students to play with familiar language, explore meanings, and to develop an understanding of story. The following activities for your emergent learners provide meaningful experiences for literacy learning.

 

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Decoding Multisyllabic Words

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Put kids on the road to reading fluency with lessons on syllable spelling patterns.

When children begin to learn how to read, they are greeted with simple, known words: cat, mom, andlike. As they move through the grades, they are soon confronted with words such as habitat, subaquatic, and unrecognizable — words that can leave their heads swimming! As students develop in their reading ability, they need to notice word parts, or “orthographic chunks,” to help them decode these multisyllabic mysteries. For some students this is quite easy and natural; for others, it is a daunting task. Much can be done to help students’ progress to the stage at which they readily notice larger parts of longer words to ease the decoding burden.

What Is a Syllable? A First Lesson

Early syllabication instruction should begin by providing explicit, multisensory lessons on the concept of a syllable. The following is a sample lesson:

1. Distribute small mirrors to students, or have them find a partner to watch as he or she pronounces words.

2. Have students say aloud a series of words of varying lengths as they look in the mirror. Tell them to count the number of times their mouths open when saying the word. This is the number of syllables in the word. An alternative is to have the students cup their jaw and count the number of times it drops when saying the word. This is also a way to count the number of syllables.

3. Ask students to identify which part of the word causes the mouth to open (the vowel sounds). Point out to students that a syllable has one vowel sound.

  • Ask students to generate a list of short words, then a list of long words. Compare the lists. Long words contain more letters and more syllables.
  • Ask students to repeat a series of words you say. As they pronounce each word, have students clap or tap the number of syllables. Start with compound words, progress to two-syllable words, then build to words of three and four syllables.
  • Ask students to repeat a series of words you say, but ask them to delete the first syllable in the word: “Say sunflower without the sun,” or “Say robot without the ro.” These phonemic-deletion tasks can progress to deleting ending syllables.

Six Common Syllable Spelling Patterns

Once students have mastered the concept of the syllable, begin teaching the six most common syllable spelling patterns. These include:

1. Closed: These syllables end in a consonant. The vowel sound is generally short. (Examples: rabbit, napkin)
2. Open: These syllables end in a vowel. The vowel sound is generally long. (Examples: tiger, pilot)
3. R-controlled: When a vowel is followed by r, the letter affects the sound of the vowel. The vowel and the rappear in the same syllable. (Examples: bird, turtle)
4. Vowel team: Many vowel sounds are spelled with vowel digraphs such as ai, ay, ea, ee, oa, ow, oo, oi, oy, ou, ie, and ei. The vowel digraphs appear in the same syllable. (Examples: boat, explain)
5. Vowel-silent e: These generally represent long-vowel sounds. (Examples: compete, decide)
6. Consonant-le: Usually when le appears at the end of a word and is preceded by a consonant, the consonant plus le form the final syllable. (Examples: table, little)

These common syllable-spelling patterns will provide students with insight into how words are put together. Since closed syllables are the most frequent, begin instruction there.

Lesson: Closed Syllables

Key concept: Explain to students that every syllable in a word has only one vowel sound. Write napkin and subject on the chalkboard. Divide the words syllable by syllable. Point out that the first syllable in each word ends in a consonant. Explain that this is called a closed syllable. Most closed syllables have a short-vowel sound.

As Dr. Allen and many other researchers contend, by the time struggling readers reach middle school, they are so used to failure and to meaningless exercises that they no longer have any interest in print. The goal of both the software and the literacy workshop is to give students a taste of success and build self-esteem. Technology, according to Dr. Hasselbring, is powerfully motivating to students and the multimedia approach of the software provides the systematic, consistent, leveled, and most important — nonjudgmental instruction that these students so desperately need.

Teacher Model: Write the word fabric on the chalkboard. Do not say the word, but provide time for students to examine the word’s parts. Then model how to use syllabication strategies to read the word.

Think Aloud: I know that each syllable has one vowel sound. I see two vowels in this word separated by two consonants. If I divide the word between the consonants I get f-a-b and r-i-c. Both of these syllables are closed syllables since each ends in a consonant. Therefore, I will try the short-vowel sound when pronouncing each syllable: /fab/rik/. When I put these two syllables together, I get fabric.

Blending Practice: Write the words shown here (see above, in art) on the chalkboard. Have students chorally read each word. Provide modeling as necessary.

Through systematic, focused instruction on and flexible use of common syllable patterns, the ability of students to read longer words can be improved.

 

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As school teachers We want you to learn English

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As school teachers on the front lines, you don’t need researchers to tell you that there’s a literacy crisis in America. You’re looking for solutions you can use in your daily teaching. We wrote this article to help teachers prevent reading failure by providing the most effective reading instruction.

 

Q How do children learn to read? Isn’t learning to read like learning to talk? Doesn’t reading emerge naturally out of interaction with adults in a print-rich environment?
A No. There are important differences. Children grow up learning to talk without someone trying to teach them. Reading, on the other hand, requires explicit instruction. That’s why there are cultures with spoken, but no written languages.
Q So what needs to be explicitly taught?
A Children must become aware of the sounds of language–of words within sentences, of the syllables within words, and of the units within syllables called phonemes.
Q Why are phonemes important?
A Because they are the segments of sounds that the letters of the alphabet represent. For example, cat has three phonemes – /c/, /a/, and /t/ – these three phonemes are represented by the letters c, a, and t.
Q Is it important to teach the ABC’s?
A Yes. Knowing the names and sounds of the letters, along with awareness of phonemes in spoken language, are the skills most predictive of reading success.
Q Can children in kindergarten and first grade be taught phonemic awareness and alphabetic skills, and consequently become successful readers?
A For the majority of children this is the case. Above all, children need the opportunity to apply these skills to the reading of connected text.
Q But doesn’t English contain many irregular words that must be memorized?
A Approximately 13 percent of English words are highly unpredictable in their letter-sound relations, such as the au in the word laugh. In contrast, 50 percent of words are very predictable. The remaining 37 percent consist of complex spelling that can be taught (as the au in taught).
Q So is this where phonics comes in–with the 50 percent of words that are predictable and the 37 percent of words with complex spelling patterns?
A Yes. Phonics rules are letter-sound correspondence rules.
Q I’ve heard that it would take more than 2,000 phonics rules to program a computer to read English. Wouldn’t memorizing all these phonics rules stifle the joy of reading?
A Research indicates that programs focusing on the most frequent spelling patterns for the approximately 44 phonemes of English can bring children at risk for reading failure to the national average in decoding words.
Q Won’t phonics programs simply create good decoders, but not good comprehension?
A Good reading programs allow children to practice the letter-sound correspondences taught in decodable text and in good literature. Good programs and teachers enable children to develop efficient word recognition strategies so that attention and memory resources are more available for comprehension. Good reading programs always provide access to good literature.
Q What about comprehension?
A The goal of learning to read is understanding printed material. Efficient word recognition skills is a necessary but not sufficient component of comprehension. As children get older, comprehension strategies should be taught. From an early age, children need to enjoy reading, which can be facilitated by shared and guided reading, discussions of literature, and other practices that help children appreciate reading.
Q Can all children learn to read?
A All but a very small percentage of children can become successful readers and writers if we deliver effective reading instruction right from the start.
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