Tuesday, October 6, 2015

More Great Lessons From Kenneth Beare

English Lesson on Evaluating Situations
Asking students to evaluate and debate situations provides an opportunity for students to practice a wide variety of forms including the comparative form, conditionals, and modal verbs. Students practice evaluating each situation by giving advice, and imagining outcomes.

Tips on Writing Cause and Effect Essays
One of the most common tasks on important tests is writing cause and effect essays or paragraphs. Here are some tips to help you write a cause and effect essay.

- Remember that causes come first, effects follow.

- Learn multiple forms (also known as equivalencies) so that you can vary your writing style.

- Use an effective hook to catch the reader's attention.

- Always use examples to provide evidence.

10 Idioms with 'Draw"
Here are ten idioms with the verb 'draw' in English. Learn idioms through definitions, examples and follow-up quiz and discussion.

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