Monday, December 8, 2014
English Vocabulary in English
Even English speakers need to improve their vocabularies.
Here are a few to study and start to use in your everyday speech. One way to remember new words is to create a mind map of words that call this word to mind. Answer the questions, and then go back over these words at least three times. Good luck!
1. Narrative: Noun a story.
Mr. Smith read the class a narrative written by a soldier in the Second World War.
Narrative -- story --- narrative -- first person narrative - narrator
What is a narrative that you have enjoyed reading or listening to?
2. Patriot - Noun - someone who loves and support her or his country.
A great patriot of the American Revolutionary War was Paul Revere.
Name a patriot of your country? What did this person do? When did the person live?
Why do you remember this person?
3. Charisma - Noun - Charm or appeal
Politicians often have charisma, otherwise they wouldn't get elected.
Name a person who has charisma in your city. Does anyone in your family have charisma?
What is the negative of charisma?
4. Ancient - Adjective - from a long time ago.
The remains of Rome are ancient.
What is something ancient that exists in your country?
Lesson Plan by Rachael Alice Orbach Professional English Teacher
I came across this website while just browsing the web and I thought it added a facet of history to the Car industry. https://til...
V1 V2 V3 Chart I use this chart to teach the different verb forms. Fill in the missing forms V1 - Present Tense...
One skill that English learners need to master is the use of different sentence structures. Today we will use the Present Simple to make ...
Magic Tree House Afternoon on the Amazon Chapter 3 Student Assignment Sheet While Reading Make a chart of the e...