Whenever I teach adverbs to my grade 4 and 5 students, these resources prove to be really useful. Here's a look at some of them. Video 1: Adverbs and Its Kinds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJCeol2ZrTY Video 2: Adverbs of Frequency https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpESOerMY7I Video 3: Adverbs of Frequency- Description of Different Words https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEVIKyTgL40 Happy learning! Do like, share, follow and… Continue reading Adverbs and Its Kinds
Alice is a little girl who finds herself in an unusual world. She sees things she had never dreamt in this topsy-tuvry land. Find out more about her adventures in the story below. Do pay special attention to the diction, voice modulation and sentence structure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc7WuYfGbrA When I speak to my students, many of them… Continue reading Alice in Wonderland- Story of the Week
Sitting alone I stared out of my window. Her presence was felt Even in her absence. I traced my finger as she did, Chasing the raindrops Slinding down my window- Racing down, mingling and sometimes Diverging onto separate paths. Life! I smirked. I saw her smile. Pain melted into my chest, spread And rested there.… Continue reading The Rain and Her Sorcery (A Poem)
Here's the story of the week. Here are some things to ponder on: 1. Were you able to make any connections with any story that you have already read? 2. What were the similarities and dissimilarities between the two sisters? 3. Do you think the mother was fair to her step daughter? Why or why… Continue reading The Lazy Girl
Adding idioms and phrases to our speech or writing helps us to sound more like a native speaker of English. Here are some interesting phrases with the word "mind" to help you with this. Remember, remembering phrases or vocabulary can be challenging for most people. So, a way that I use to help me with… Continue reading Reblog: It’s All in the Mind: Phrases with ‘mind’- Cambridge Dictionaries
Yesterday I posted my first haiku with the prompt "water" posted on Blogging University. Once I started writing I had an idea to expand it further into a Tanka, which is also a Japanese form of poetry. It has 5 lines with the syllable format: 5 7 5 7 7 This too is about GOD-… Continue reading My First Tanka!
Language can be a tricky business sometimes, especially when we have been hearing and watching the wrong thing without someone correcting it. Fortunately, with a little caution, we can always undo the mistakes that have become a part of our learning. Therefore, here's a list of some common errors even adults make. Article Do try… Continue reading 18 Grammatical Errors Even Smart People Make