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Teaching Resources31 Aug
Lesson Title: Communication with the ALT Outside of Classroom Grammar Point(s): Multiple Example: Children come to you to practice English. Grade level: Any School Level Materials: Make yourself some small . . .
Lesson Title: Projects – Finding Your Way Grammar Point(s): Directional Words Example: “What is the building in front of you?” Grade level: High School – Beginner Level Materials: Handouts (if . . .
Lesson Title: Project – Interviews Grammar Point(s): Interviews, 1st 2nd & 3rd Person Example: “What time did you wake up this morning?” “I woke up at 6AM.” Grade level: High . . .
Lesson Title: Project – Self Introduction Grammar Point(s): Self Introduction Example: Written Self Introduction Grade level: High School – Beginner Level Materials: Handouts (if necessary) at the bottom of this . . .
Lesson Title: Culture – Tipping Grammar Point(s): Culture Study Example: “The customer can tip however much they want to, but people generally follow informal rules when deciding how much of . . .