English singsing Growing a Tree This is an apple tree. This is a seed. First, we plant the seed. Then, the seed sprouts. A tree absorbs water through its roots. As the tree grows, the trunk becomes thicker and harder. This tree has many branches. Leaves grow on the branches. Wow, the flowers have bloomed!
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Words, words, words are fun Come on join us everyone We’ll take one word at a time Break it Say it Make it Do your best let’s try Here’s a word Break it Say it sn ack Make it snack Here’s a word Break it Say it th ink Make it think Here’s a word
Hi! OK everybody… The English language has many words. Like this. Ho! So many words! And every word can be split into parts. We call these parts syllables. A word could have one, or two, or three, or four, or even more syllables. Could a word have 1 million syllables? No, that is too many
ROBIN WILLIAMS: Hello, I’m Robin. And this is the Two-Headed Monster. TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Hello! ROBIN WILLIAMS: And we’re here to tell you all about the word “conflict.” TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Conflict! ROBIN WILLIAMS: Right, conflict. You guys ready to show conflict? TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Ready! ROBIN WILLIAMS: OK. Here we go, the Two-Headed Monster showing us conflict.
Hi, I’m Mike. Today I’m going to demonstrate how you can improve reading skills with Microsoft Learning Tools. To get started go to office.com and sign into your office 365 education account. Click on Word to open a Word document and now go to the View tab and click on the Immersive Reader. You’ll see
graphic organizers are useful too for students to restate work meaning and to demonstrate the understanding of the word all the templates that you see in this video are available for free download on the website so be sure to check it out later in this graphic organizer students create a synonym for the word
Hello! I’m Emma from mmmEnglish and in this lesson we’re focusing on your pronunciation, specifically syllable stress, which is very important. It’s the difference between the noun, present and the verb, present. Hear the difference? These two words look exactly the same but they’re pronounced differently. And that’s all because of syllable stress. First thing!
There are so many ways in which we can prepare our hearts for a time around the Lord ‘s Table. The cross is the focal point of the whole of Scripture and therefore there are a lot of places you can go to choose for that heart preparation that looks at the provision of Christ.