Saturday, 23 May 2015

Common Words You Need to Spruce Up That Essay


Some of the most common words you need to write a good composition. Instead of using tired words like 'nice' and 'beautiful' why not try...



pretty, lovely, handsome, attractive, gorgeous, dazzling, 
splendid, magnificent, comely, fair, ravishing, graceful,
 elegant, fine, exquisite, aesthetic, pleasing, shapely,
 delicate, stunning, glorious, heavenly, resplendent, 
radiant, glowing, blooming, sparkling



Here is the list :)
Happy teaching!


 


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Saturday, 16 May 2015

Happy Teacher's Day!


 To all teachers and my former teachers. Happy Teacher's Day. Keep the passion burning!









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Saturday, 9 May 2015

Edited and republished..

I have just finished editing the following book. Hoping it will help students and teachers alike.






Republished with the new literature component








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Thursday, 30 April 2015

Our English Board this week

Our English board this week! Thanks to Roshni, Thara and the gang :) There's nothing like maintaining the English environment in school...little things that hopefully will go a long way!









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Saturday, 18 April 2015

A fighter's Lines: Lesson Plan

Tomorrow is observation day! Yours truly will be observed by the PK1. Can't say am excited but it's something schools do as a routine. Even after years of teaching and observations, no one can really say they enjoy being observed :) I normally have a habit of outlining the lesson plan of the observed lesson and keeping all the necessary files in one folder. Well, here's the plan. Hope I can execute it well tomorrow. In case you have better ideas you can still advise me o.k :) Just leave your comments.

Happy teaching peeps!



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3 SET 2: A FIGHTER’S LINES LESSON PLAN(19/4/2015)
Time: 80 minutes
Objectives:  SS will be able to show understanding of the poem by translating the poem into BM with the correct nuances.

ACTIVITIES
STEPS

MATERIALS

1.    WARM UP
       (5 mins)

1.       T plays the  Hangman Game: WORN, REMNANTS, WHEELCHAIR, VOICE
2.       T elicits ss reponses.
3.       T relates the words with the poem they will be studying.
whiteboard
marker pen



2.    RESCONSTRUC-
TION ACTIVITY
   ( 20 mins)

1.     Divide ss into groups of 4.
2.     Give each group a piece of the reconstructed poem.
3.     Tell ss to reconstruct the lines the way they remember the poem.
4.     Remember to ask SS to close their textbooks.
5.     T checks for hand signals (Thumbs) to check if SS understand instructions.
6.     SS discuss in groups.
7.     Call individuals to read the poem.
8.     Teacher shows the correct version on LCD.
9.     SS stand and read poem aloud with feelings.

Handouts
(1 per group)


3.    POEM REVISITED
     (20 mins)

1.    SS recall poem by showing ppt of poem.
2.    T goes through poem line by line and prompts ss to answer.
3.    T calls individual SS to respond to questions.
4.    T calls SS to orally say what they have learned from the poem.

Ppt





4.    TRANSLATION ACTIVITY
(30 mins)



1.     T asks SS to translate the poem in BM with the correct nuances onto a mah jong paper.
2.     SS do a gallery walk and use post-it notes to comment on peers’ work (2 stars and a Wish)
3.     T calls SS to read their version of the poem if time permits
4.     Poems will be printed and displayed on the English Board.

*Beyond the text activity
mah jong papers
marker pens
post-it notes
5.    SUMMARY
(5 mins)
1.    T calls SS to verbally say what they have learnt about the poem.










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