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English lesson plan: Some of the things that will be covered in the lesson: Phonics: Refers to the sounds in words and the symbols (letters of the alphabet) used to represent them. It is an important tool in both reading and writing. Types of nouns: Nouns are the names of people, places, things and emotions or feelings. There are four types of nouns: 1. Common nouns names things: Example: books, pens, schools, teachers 2. Proper nouns names a specific person or a specific place or a specific thing: Example: Mr Peter, South Africa, Freedom Square, The Great Gatsby 3. Abstract nouns names emotions or feelings that cannot be touched, seen, heard, or tasted: Example: Love, hate, happiness 4. Collective nouns, names of a group of things: Example: A pride of lions, a team of soccer players, a school of fish Determiners – articles Articles are special adjectives that are used before nouns. • Indefinite article: a book, an apple • Definite article: the book, the furniture, the apples Pronouns Pronouns take the place of a noun and must refer back to the noun. Adjectives Adjectives give us information about nouns. They are placed before the noun or after verbs. Descriptive adjectives Descriptive adjectives tell us more about the noun. Examples: Green roofs, yellow bricks Demonstrative adjectives Demonstrative adjectives point to a specific noun. Examples: This dog, that cat Adverbs, Verbs, Preposition Prepositions show the relationship between two nouns or pronouns. Common prepositions include: above, across, at, below, behind, by, from, for, in, near, though, over, under and with. • Past tense, present tense, future tense. • Concord and modal. • Active and passive voice. • Logical connectors. • Phrases clauses and sentence types. • Direct and Indirect speech. • Parenthesis. Punctuation at the end of sentences Full stop: The full stop is used to indicate the end of a statement or to show that a word has been abbreviated. Question mark: A question mark indicates that the sentence is a direct question. Exclamation mark: The exclamation mark is used to show a sharp cry, a loud statement or an emotional outburst. Ellipsis: Ellipsis is used to show an incomplete thought or idea. Example: She walked into the square, thinking that … Quotation marks or inverted commas: Comma: The comma is used to separate words or phrases in a list. The comma is used in direct speech to show that a speech is about to start. Dashes: Dashes are used to bracket words or phrases from the rest of the sentence. Example: He ran – no matter the weather – every night. Dashes can also be used to show that there has been a change of idea or thought. Example: She left – does it matter? Colons: Colons are used to show that a list is starting. Example: She had bought: books, pencils, pens and a ruler. Colons are used in plays to show who is speaking.
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Superb experience with Raef. I asked for his help to prepare a math assessment test with an enormous lack of basis but he accepted the challenge. I found out a nice teacher who is not afraid of explaining and repeating if necessary. I did enjoy his method with the whiteboard, it feels like you are in the same place and can interact on the same exercise. Either in English or french he will certainly be able to help you. He is super kind and flexible, I definitively recommend his services.
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