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Teaching Resources

Jessica Wang (Mimata Town, Miyazaki prefecture; 2012-2014) taught at two elementary schools, 5-6 classes a day, and saw her students on a regular basis. Those shown in the video are . . .



Lesson Plan: Directions

Lesson Title: Directions Grammar Point(s): Multiple Example: Do you know somewhere I can study English? Grade level: High School – Beginner Level Materials: Handouts (if necessary) at the bottom of . . .


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