• English Essay
    [pic] Descriptive Essay This type of essay is represented by a written task describing the case to the reader so that it becomes clear to them. The case of the essay can be a place, a person, a famous building or any generic object. Description of People Essay containing description...
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  • Lesson Plan
    . | | | | | | | | |Describing people, places and possessions in simple terms...
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  • IELTS 9
     group work or group learning? 8. What is your opinion on efficiency? 9. What are the advantages of studying by yourself? 10. What do you think of efficiency? Category 3: Describing places (2 test items) 1. Describe a restaurant or a cafe. You should say, Where it is? What it looks like...
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  • Composition- Tips and Pointers
    places. When describing a personor place, fix the image of the person or place in mind. Then write as much as you can about it. Use sensory perception to include all relevant details. (Sensory perception refers to the use of your five senses i.e. sight, hearing, taste, feel andsmell.) Describing...
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  • Debra Marquart
    . She starts out her essay by describing a road in the Midwest, a road that according to her is “lonely, treeless, and devoid of rises.” She then says that the road “curves in places that it [feels] like one long-held pedal steel guitar” This gives the effect that the Midwest is a rather dull...
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  • Virtual Child Assignment 2
    behavior or functioning that shows his/her development up to this age and assess whether you think this level of functioning is normative and healthy. (15 points total, 5 points for providing a specific example of each domain and describing how it compares to typical development) Helga has started...
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  • Stories
    . Describing the weather:_____ 8. Describing feelings : _____ 9. Where and when the story takes place:_____ 10. Use of direct speech : _____ 11. Use of adverbs and adjectives: ____ 12. Use of time linkers : ____ • B.NEW WORDS/PHRASES - ANALYSIS...
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  • Lool
    Descriptive Essay Assignment Options Checklist: ___Planning and Brainstorming map ___Rough draft ___Editing Sheets ___Final copy Option A: Describing a Place Choose a place to describe. This can be your favourite place, your least favourite place, a place you go often, a place where you...
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  • English Lesson Plan
    : sparkling, brown, sweet, tidy, and neat? The word being described by sparkling and brown is river, and town for the words; sweet, tidy, and neat. What other lines in the poem Include words describing a person, place, or thing? For lines: 3 – low, describing the bending...
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  • Narrting and Describing
    describing comes naturally to people. Description is a familiar means of self-expression that you use whenever you want to tell a friend about a movie you have seen, a book you have read, a person you can about, or a place you have been. To be about to descript a story to should always be able to...
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  • Detailed Lesson Plan in English 3
    Detailed Lesson Plan in English Grade 3 1. OBJECTIVE At the end of the sixty minute session each pupil learns to Use Adjectives in describing persons, places, ideas and events. 2. SUBJECT MATTER 2.1. Chapter IV: Adjectives 2.2. Lesson One: Recognizing Adjectives...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Social Network
    form; negative form 3. The Vessel Identifying places on board; describing location Vocabulary: places on board Grammar: there is/thcrc are; prepositions of place; articles; possessive 5. Maps And Charts Describing geographic location; practising large numbers; giving approximate distances...
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  • Fubbby
    for their final judgment, said in paragraph 2. Steiner is describing not only their journey, but also the mixed emotions and feelings that are also going on, paragraph 5. Steiner describes their feelings by saying, “already a sifting process has taken place; families have been divided.” When...
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  • Suggestion
    . 11. Your Parents. 12. A Bus Stand. 13. A Railway Station. 14. Your Visit to a Historical Place. 15. Pahela Baishakh. 16. The Life of a Farmer. 17. The Life of a Fisherman. 18. Your National Flag. 19. A Street Accident...
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  • Alarm Matrix for Shells by Debbie Westbury
    Name/Define | Technique | Explain/Effect | Concept | Appreciate – link to life Whole idea | Stanza one – eternal process/naturalLiterally describing shells. Metaphorically describing different people and how they liveSome people live in scattered places, moving a lot and some people stay in one...
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  • Cute
    : Direction: Underline the describing words in each sentence. 1. Mark is a tall boy. 2. God is good. 3. Let us keep our place clean. 4. The leaves are green. 5. The children are happy. 6. The witch is veryh ugly. 7. The elephant is big. 8. The sun is hot. 9. I like cold...
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  • Student Survival Guide
    information.” I believe that the Dinner Party Table Settings is a space order, because it is dealing with a place where the dinner will be, and inviting new people as well as some old ones to sit the scene. And A Soul as Free as the Air is an information process, because it is describing the...
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  • Beforethe Battle: Sassoons' Analisys
    it untill the second stanza (I have no need to pray, verse 7; I scorn the growl and rumble of the fighrt, verse 9). Now we are going to comment the poem. In the first stanza the speaker is describing the landscape where he is. It is a beautiful place, for the description of the author we may...
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  • Narrative Essay Writing
    DESCRIBING A PLACE Instructions: Use the chart below to list down the following information you learned and observed about the place that will be the subject of your feature article. You may answer in bullet points. NAME OF PLACE: __________________________ PHYSICAL APPEARANCE | HISTORICAL...
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  • your mom
    because when I read it I feel like I’m there. The imagery is very strong and everything is described in such great detail. For example, when M. Aronnax was describing the coral kingdom in the ocean and said “I was tempted to gather their fresh petals, ornamented with delicate tentacles, some just...
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