Jihong Here’s Jihong: The conference pointed the accident of April 28 which fully exposed some units’ responsibility mistiness on management of safety in production measure incorrect and so on to teach a strict lesson completely. The State Department truly madly deeply laments disaster victim death; kindly condole the wounded and the family of casualty.
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Kristy, Dave, Pa, Nou, Kou, Grace, and Charlie Examine the case studies below. Design a reading lesson that will support all the students in this class and enhance their reading ability. What texts can you use? What activities can you design that will engage Kristy, Grace, and Charlie and help them to strengthen their reading, […]
Yung Tae Here’s one of our favorite writers, Yung Tae, responding to the question: What do you consider to be your greatest strengths and weaknesses?
Duong How would you help Duong correct and improve this writing?
Jessica Jessica is a high intermediate level 5 in English proficiency. Her family is ethnic Chinese; when she was a little girl they escaped from Vietnam by hiding her in a suitcase for two days.
Chung Chung is from Korea. Although his grammar is very precise—he knows the rules better than most teachers—and he is holding his own academically in the classroom, his pronunciation is abysmal.
Beverly and Angel Beverly Beverly has been here for one year. She understands much of what she hears in class, and reads and writes at a much higher level than you would think, because she is very reluctant to participate in any way in classroom dialogue.
Mrs. Dickinson Mrs. Dickinson is going to teach a lesson in matter to her third-grade students, which includes the classic, exciting vinegar and baking soda volcano. The vocabulary students need to know includes matter, dissolve, evaporate, crystal.
Alem Alem is having trouble in his history class. His English is pretty good, but he is still lacking in some of the content vocabulary. He hears a word, looks it up in his dictionary, and writes it in English.
Kamiko Your class will be studying the American Civil War, culminating in an essay on causes and consequences of the war. Kamiko is a level 4 in English proficiency and is new to the United States.