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Dimensions of Wellness

Please watch the video from the link above. Then, use the link to take the quiz.

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Dimensions of Wellness

Please watch the video from the link above. Then, use this link to take the quiz https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScDRiw3ASckzl73IXbk2c74JbOhu7RpfVUSQ5_2qcK-Hq-2zg/viewform?usp=share_link

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Importance of Clean Water

Students will learn about pollution and its effects on the environment.

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Water Debris

Students will explore how littering affects not only their local community but also the rest of the world, including marine animals.

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An ESL Lesson Plan On Articles: General vs. Specific

"When to teach this lesson? This lesson is designed to teach to students at a pre-Intermediate level. This means that they have mastered basic language skills and familiarity with plural nouns, a/an, frequency and time. Before starting this lesson, students should have a solid understanding of how to use the present simple tense. They should be starting to use the past and future tenses as well. This lesson can be used to introduce the difference between the articles a/an and the. If you want additional lesson plans and support, including teachers’ notes, be sure to register for a free Off2Class account."

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Do Pigs Make Good Pets Updated

Students form an opinion using facts

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Possessive Nouns – Free ESL Lesson Plan

When should you teach the Possessive Nouns lesson? Possessive nouns help identify ownership — that something belongs to someone or something else. This lesson teaches students how to use an apostrophe followed by an s (‘s) for people, time words and without a noun. It also enables understanding of how to add an apostrophe after a plural noun that ends in -s, or names that end in -s. The lesson is suitable for elementary level students and can be taught to children, teenagers and adults. Our ESL lesson library also includes lessons on nouns and articles that will help prepare students for this material. We recommend three lessons — Subject Pronouns (N1.1), Object Pronouns (N2.1) and The Basic Use of the Verb to be (VS1.1) — as pre-requisites.

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Countable And Uncountable Nouns – Free ESL Lesson Plan

Countable And Uncountable Nouns – Free ESL Lesson Plan

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IOA End Punctuation game 1-4 (W.1.11.b Use end punctuation for sentences.)

End of sentence punctuation games

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