Humour: England - How to be British Lesson 25 Get around in English lesson twenty five, 'How to be Polite' from the postcard series, 'How to be British' (card number 12) 1. Wrong - HELP! - 2. Right - Excuse me, Sir. I'm terribly sorry to bother you, but I wonder if you would mind helping me a moment, as long as it's no trouble, of course. - Artwork by Martyn Ford
One of the highlights of the students' school year is receiving their yearbooks. They pore through the pages to see how many times they were mentioned, to groan or giggle about how they and their peers were depicted and to critique the photos, all with the same intensity that we wish they showed for the books they studied that year.
When I taught problem-solving skills to my second graders, we enacted this scene several times. It was fun and taught the lesson well.
Looking for a way to get families involved in what their child is learning about in math? These parent letters and games are a great way to involve them. This download includes four parent letters that correlate with the Engage New York Module 4 for Fourth grade. Letters are written in English and Spanish. Each letter discusses the key concepts and vocabulary terms that will be taught throughout the Module.