Timesaver newspaper articles

Making Jigsaw Activities Using Newspaper Articles.doc

Making Jigsaw Activities Using Newspaper Articles.doc
... attached Label each sheet differently as a way of making sure students in the first group activity (see Procedure below) have the same handout I recommend using colors (e.g blue, red and green) as labels ... often assume that they indicate the order in which the sections appear in the original article Using colors avoids this problem Try to keep the handout as general as possible so you can use it ... Divide the class into or four groups, depending on how many sections you have selected from the newspaper article (More than four sections usually takes too much time.) Give the same section of...
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A comparative study of lexical cohesion in english and vietnamese newspaper articles

A comparative study of lexical cohesion in english and vietnamese newspaper articles
... To compare the amount of lexical cohesive items in English newspaper articles and Vietnamese ones - To suggest some practical applications of Lexical Cohesion in teaching and in learning English ... adjectives and adverbs, particularly the later, are repeated in a very limited rate Almost all of adjectives and adverbs in newspaper articles have neutral nuances of meaning and they are used ... The practical task in the study is to analyze and compare the usage of lexical cohesion in English Newspaper and in Vietnamese newspaper articles taken from the indicated websites It is carried...
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Báo cáo khoa học: "A Method for Relating Multiple Newspaper Articles by Using Graphs, and Its Application to Webcasting" pptx

Báo cáo khoa học:
... words for the articles These words show new information in the article, and make it easy to understand t h e content of the articles If a word in an article appears in the differentia words for its ... the story of the articles For example, the word "state" is the differentia word for dT, and is in its adjacent articles ds, dg, anddlo This means that d7 is a starting point of the new topic ... existence of a topic In V, for a particular topic, the in-degrees of related nodes {dT, ds, dg, dl0} is a cycle for the topic "statement." increase, since these articles are connected to each By recognizing...
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TYPES OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLES pptx

TYPES OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLES pptx
... http://memory.loc.gov/learn/lessons/98/brady/article.htm l No author TYPES OF NEWSPAPER ARTICLES. ” No dates/years URL: http://www.dispatchnie.com/typesofarticles.html ... and the end of the article Remember to not use the first person point of view in your article (-Mass) *The proper visual format for each type of article is shown on the Newspaper Articles poster ... why, and how” of the story (-Cigelske) Depending on the elements of news value, the summary news lead emphasizes and includes some or all of these components: Who names the subject(s) of the story...
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Timesaver- Phrasal Verbs Pre-Inter Advance

Timesaver- Phrasal Verbs Pre-Inter Advance
... - - - Phrasal verbs with get - - - Matching game TIMESAVER PHRASALVERBSAND IDIOMS O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC - - - em em - em Phrasal verbs - - em Phrasal verbs ... phrasal verb in the box will help you this! b) All of the stories contain more phrasal verbs How many phrasal verbs can you find? c) How many of the phrasal verbs can you replace with other verbs? ... Matching people to their descriptions - Phrasal verbs Who's Who? - Phrasal verbs - - - - - Pairing pictures to form new words - Level - Phrasal verbs - Gap-fill - - - - - The Elephant Joke...
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Timesaver phrasal verbs Idioms

Timesaver phrasal verbs Idioms
... OF SCHOLASTIC INC - - - em em - em Phrasal verbs - - em Phrasal verbs - - - - - - em Phrasal verbs Gap-fill maze - - Phrasal verbs Matching sentences - - Idioms - - - - - Matching definitions ... when you were taken in by someone TIMESAVER PHRASALVERBSANDIDIOMS O MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES, AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC Thc Laddcr TIMESAVER PHRASALVERBS AND IDIOMS O MARY GL4SGOW MAGAZINES AN ... phrasal verb in the box will help you this! b) All of the stories contain more phrasal verbs How many phrasal verbs can you find? c) How many of the phrasal verbs can you replace with other verbs? ...
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Story-Newspaper Chase

Story-Newspaper Chase
... under truck, and he sees Janey Harry's bed." "It's Friday!" he says "The newspaper—! Oh, no!" Harry chases after the truck Janey walks quickly from the house to the truck "Wait! Wait!" he says "Why ... you read Find the words in your dictionary What are they in your language? art gallery box break chase million dollar painting frame glass Pearson Education Limited Edinburgh Gate, Harlow, Essex...
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articles

articles
... was held in her father s house Before names of games He plays golf Before parts of the body and articles of clothing as these normally prefer a possessive adjective Raise your right hand He took...
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Understanding English Newspaper Headline

Understanding English Newspaper Headline
... The different types of newspaper headlines • Straight headlines • Headlines that ask a question • Headlines that contains a quotation • Feature headlines • Double headlines Headline vocabulary Idioms ... understand newspaper headlines This report is divided into parts in which the different types of newspaper headlines are focused on: The language of newspaper headlines a Straight headlines b Headlines ... Report Understanding English Newspaper Headline I Introduction Rationale Scope of the study Aims of the study Methods of the study II Literature Review III Findings The language of newspaper headlines...
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Articles

Articles
... be trouble to you to buy me newspaper on your way home? 36 man is reasoning animal Articles: the PEG 6-8 Insert the if necessary youngest boy has just started going to school; ... heaviest metal, but gold is heavier 32 Our air hostess said, ' rack is only for light articles heavy things such as bottles must be put on floor.' 33 windows are supposed ... people all time, and all people some of time; but you cannot fool all people all time Articles: a/an, the PEG 1-8 Insert a, an or the if necessary There was knock on door I opened...
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A practical english grammar - Articles

A practical english grammar - Articles
... live on a Pacific island You (understand) what the lecturer is saying? ~ No, I (not understand) him at all What you (have) for breakfast usually? ~ I usually (eat) a carrot and (drink) a glass of ... 27 I paid a watchmaker to clean my watch 28 An artist is painting her portrait She 29 They arranged for the police to arrest the man 30 He paid a lorry driver to tow the car to a garage 31 ... garage and Mrs Jones (shop) For more material and information, please visit Tai Lieu Du Hoc at www.tailieuduhoc.org 11 He said that he was the captain of a ship which (sail) that night for Marseilles...
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Exercises: Articles Articles: a/an

Exercises: Articles Articles: a/an
... 2 Exercises Articles Articles: a/an PEG 1-4 Insert a or an if necessary My neighbour is photographer; let's ask him ... time, and all people some of time; but you cannot fool all people all time 5 Articles: a/an, the PEG 1-8 Insert a, an or the if necessary There was knock on door I opened it ... be trouble to you to buy me newspaper on your way home? 36 man is reasoning animal Articles: the PEG 6-8 Insert the if necessary youngest boy has just started going to school;...
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Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Nouns and articles

Grammar and Vocabulary for Cambridge Advanced and Proficiency - Nouns and articles
... absent-minded big-headed good-looking short-lived These may collocate with particular nouns: cold-blooded murder clear-cut case run-down area shop-soiled goods flat-footed al1 -around athlete keep-fit fanatic ... hand A bird in hand is worth two in bush They lived from hand to mouth He gained upper hand They walked along hand in hand On other hand, perhaps he was right @ CRAMMAR SECTION Adjectives and ... whole truth and nothing but the truth (= about what happened) NOUNS WITHOUT ARTICLES We use uncountable and plural nouns without articles to refer to general ideas and categories: Cars and buses...
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