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Fall 2014 - Monday & Wedneday 7:15-8:40 PM
Click Here for Textbook Video Explanations & Extra Practice
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Looking for the graded assignments. Here they are again:
1. Computer Quiz on Zero & 1st Conditional - http://www.quia.com/quiz/4924582.html (25 points 25/400)
2. Computer Quiz on Second Conditional - http://www.quia.com/quiz/4606852.html (20 points 45/400)
3. Paper Assignment - Write a paragraph of 10 sentences similar to The Great Conditional Challenge practiced in class. (20 points 65/400)
4. Computer Quiz on Simple Present & Past Passive Voice - http://www.quia.com/quiz/4976916.html (25 points 90/400)
5. Paper Assignment - Write 2 paragraphs of 5 sentences each to describe how a holiday is celebrated and how something is made. (30 points 120/400)
6. Paper Assignment - Write 20 sentences about what is being done in your community (10 sentences with present progressive passive) and what you think will be done or what is going to be done in the future (5 sentences future passive with be going to + past participle and 5 sentences with simple future passive will be + past participle) (20 points 140/400)
7. Computer Quiz on Future & Present Perfect Passive Voice - http://www.quia.com/quiz/4992327.html (25 points 165/400)
8. Computer Quiz on indefinite & definite articles (a, an, nothing, the) - http://www.quia.com/quiz/5020998.html (20 points 185/400)
9. Paper assignment - paragraph using a/an/the/0 with geographical features. Click here for an example. (30 points 215/400)
10. Computer Quiz Articles with Geographical Features - http://www.quia.com/quiz/5043376.html (25 pts. 240/400)
11. Paper Assignment Adjective Clauses (30 pts. 270/400) - Write 15 sentences that contain adjective clauses and show appropriate use of articles. See the examples listed below in Week 12 assignments.
In class this week:
1. Continue Chapter 14 Noun Clauses
2. Click here for a Powerpoint activity to practice noun clauses & direct questions with a partner.
3. Final Exam Review: By popular demand, click here for the final review game that we played on the last class day.
Next week, we'll have the final exam on Monday, December 15 from 7:00-8:50 pm.
Click here for the final exam study guide.
We will not meet on Wednesday, 12/17. Monday, 12/15 is the last time you'll come to this class.
Homework for Wednesday, 12/10:
1. Workbook: Practice 8-10 on pages 241-242 .
B. Do a graded quiz (50 points) which will help you review for the final exam: http://www.quia.com/quiz/4197752.html
3. Paper Assignment. Complete the handout with regular (direct) and embedded (indirect with noun clauses) questions/statements.
4. Start reviewing for the final exam . which will be on Monday, December 15,7:00-8:50 PM.
Click HERE for the Final Exam study guide.
1. Continue Chapter 12 Adjective clauses
2. Discuss Prepositions in adjective clauses
3. Discuss using "whose" in adjective clauses
4. Click here for a Powerpoint activity which gives you practice with adjective clauses using prepositions and whose.
Note: The test on Chapters 11 and 12 will not be on Wednesday, 11/26, as originally planned and stated on the syllabus.
The test on Chapters 11 & 12 will be on Monday, 12/1.
However, be sure to come to Wednesday's class, which will be full of fascinating information and practice on adjective clauses!
Homework for Monday, 12/1.
1. Watch the last video for Chapter 12:
Chart 12-6 page 332 Prepositions in Adjective Clauses & Chart 12-7 page 336 Using Whose - http://youtu.be/AxmQlzggbbY
2.You will have atest on Chapters 11 and 12 on Monday, December 1. To help prepare for the test. watch the videos for the Textbook Charts in Chapters 11 and 12 again. Click here to jump to the webpage that has those videos.Click here for the Chapters 11 & 12 Test Study Guide .
Homework for Wednesday, 11/26.
1. Workbook: Practice 9-19 pages 211-217.
2. Separate piece of paper (Paper Assignment Adjective Clauses): Write 15 sentences that contain adjective clauses and which demonstrate correct article usage. You can describe yourself, people you know, or write definitions (from your own mind - not from a dictionary). Underline the adjective clause(s) in your sentences.
a. I am a person who loves to eat mangoes and drink mocha lattes.
b. The neighbors who live to the east of me have a dog that is part coyote.
c. The workbook which I was required to buy for my grammar class has been very useful.
Read more about using which or that in adjective clauses: http://web.ku.edu/
edit/which.html and www.clarion.edu/70753.pdf and about essential vs. non-essential adjective clauses:
Why was it constructed?
Who was it named after?
1. Practice the simple past tense question form in the passive voice in Ex. 10 p. 264 and asking about and describing important inventions, monuments, and works of art Dr. Pepper example
Mapenzi hair dryer, Claudia phone, Yoandy digital watch, Do Yesterday song, Sally Ipad, Erika Great Wall of China, Antonio sugar
2. Discuss omission of the by-phrase in the passive.
3. Practice using present perfect tense in sentences about the pictures on the Oh, No! I've Been Robbed!
4. Modals in the passive voice will be practiced in an oral activity describing laws, rules, or recommendations: Click here to download and open passive voice modals Powerpoint .
Homework for Monday 10/27:
1. Graded Homework #6 Paper Assignment: Write 10 sentences in the present progressive passive voice to describe what is being done in your community right now (e.g. the 303 highway is being expanded; some houses are being built near my neighborhood, etc.), and also write 10 predictions in the passive voice about future discoveries or changes that you think will be made. Write 5 sentences using will be + past participle (e.g. Personal flying machines will be invented to replace cars.) and 5 sentences using am/is/are/going to be + past participle (e.g. A cure for cancer is going to be discovered by scientists in the year 2020.).
2. In the workbook. do Practice 19-21 on pages 181-182 .
5. Do a practice computer exercise on modal verbs in the passive - Snakes can be found in.
For homework due Wednesday 10/22:
In class this week:
1. Continue Chapter 10 Passive Voice
Homework for Wed. 10/15 & Mon. 10/20.
1. Watch 2 more videos:
Chart 10-3 page 263 Transitive & Intransitive Verbs -http://youtu.be/EaWBDsV7JVY
Chart 10-4 page 265 Using the by-Phrase - http://youtu.be/DKfhpea7ofI
2. Focus on the forms of the simple past tense in the passive voice by reading information and watching a short video at: http://www.learnamericanenglishonline.com/Green%20Level/G4%20Past%20Passive.html
3. Study the information and take the quiz on the affirmative, negative, & question forms of the simple past tense in the passive voice at http://www2.estrellamountain.edu/faculty/stonebrink/Flashmcquiz2/grandma/grandmathiefpastpasstut.html
4. Workbook: Practice 5-10 on pages 172-177 .
5. Textbook:Listening Exercise 3 on page 260 .
6. Computer. Check your understanding of Transitive & Intransitive Verbs in an interactive tutorial. Click here to begin.
8.Graded Paper Assignment: Write 2 short paragraphs of 6 sentences each using Simple Present Passive Voice in all the sentences.
Paragraph 1 must describe a holiday. Where is it celebrated? When is it celebrated? How is it celebrated (what is done?) See page 289 for an example, but make all the sentences in your paragraph passive, not active.
Paragraph 2 must describe a process:How is something (you choose what) made. What are the steps in the process - what is done first, second, third, etc.? For example:
Do you know how instant coffee is made. First, coffee beans are picked from trees and dried in the sun. Then, the beans are roasted and cooled rapidly before being ground. The beans are then mixed with hot water and the mixture is strained before it is frozen. Finally, the frozen mixture is ground and then dried in a vacuum before it is packed into jars. The coffee is now ready to be sold in shops. ( adapted from http://www.admc.hct.ac.ae/hd1/english/writing/wtgpassive3.htm )
VERY IMPORTANT: Write from your own mind/memory/brain. Don't use the Internet or books! I'm more interested in your use of the passive voice grammar than in details or precise facts.
9. Learn more about the affirmative forms of the present perfect tense in the passive voice by reading information and study the negative and question forms by watching a 3-minute video at: http://www.learnamericanenglishonline.com/Green%20Level/G12%20Present%20Perfect%20Passive.html
10.Study the information and take the quiz on the affirmative, negative, & question forms of the present perfect tense in the passive voice at http://www2.estrellamountain.edu/faculty/stonebrink/Flashmcquiz2/space/spacepresperfpasstut.html
11. In the workbook. do Practice 11-15 on pages 177-179. Be sure to check your answers using the answer key in the back of the book.
Extra - Would you like more information on transitive vs. intransitive verbs? Check out this site: http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/passive1d.html
1. Review the 0, 1, 2, and 3 conditionals by writing sentences for these scenarios. Click for the Review sentences
2. Take a test on the 0, 1, 2, and 3 Conditional Forms
3. Start discussing the Passive Voice (Chapter 10 in textbook)
4. Click here for the active vs. passive voice examples (3-page color-coded handout).
Homework due Monday, 10/13:
2. Focus on the affirmative forms of the simple present tense in the passive voice by reading information and study the negative and question forms by watching a 3-minute video at: http://www.learnamericanenglishonline.com/Green%20Level/G3%20Present%20Passive.html
3. Study the information and do a quiz game on the affirmative, negative, & question forms of the simple present tense in the passive voice at http://www2.estrellamountain.edu/faculty/stonebrink/Flashmcquiz2/beer/beersimprespasstut.htm
4. In the workbook. do Practice 1-4 on pages 170-172
5. Do a practice quiz: Finding Direct Objects and Indirect Objects Find the direct objects in sentences 1-10 and the indirect objects in sentences 11-20.
Homework due Wednesday, 10/8:
1. Bring your textbooks on Wednesday. We'll start Chapter 10 Passive Voice then.
3. Study example sentences of verb tenses at the bottom of http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/verbtenseintro.html and then do as many of the Verb Tense Exercises 1-28 as you need to feel comfortable with these tenses.
1. Review the 2nd conditional:
If I were governor of Arizona. ;
If I became president of the United States. ;
If I knew more English.
2. Practice the 3rd conditional .
3. Write about things that you wish you (or people you know) had done differently and the possible results.
I went to Las Vegas last year and I lost $100.
If I hadn't gone to Las Vegas last year, I wouldn't have lost $100.
I ran out of gas on my way to school because I didn't stop at the gas station last night.
I wouldn't have run out of gas on my way to school if I had stopped at the gas station last night.
My stepdaughter woke up late this morning, so she arrived at work late.
If my stepdaughter had woken up earlier this morning, she wouldn't have arrived at work late.
4. Review the 1st, 2nd, & 3rd conditionals by playing the What If? game
Homework due Monday, 10/6:
2. Practice computer quiz on mixed conditional forms: http://www.quia.com/quiz/1818004.html
3. Study for the Test on Monday, October 6.There will be some multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and sentence writing questions. To prepare, study:
a. The color handout on the forms of the conditional. Click here to review the handout.
4. Review the 0, 1, 2, and 3 conditionals by writing sentences for these scenarios. Click for the Review sentences
Homework due Wednesday, 10/1:
1. For graded homework (20 points), write a paragraph with 10 sentences on a topic listed on The Great Conditional Challenge. or on a theme of your own invention. This will be due next Wednesday, October 1.
1. Start the first topic - the conditional. Click here for the handout on Zero, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Mixed, & Variations on Conditionals . (Thank you Phillipa Lee Johnson).
2. Click here for the handout reviewing the 13 Verb Tense Structures of English.
3. Practice the zero conditional on the worksheet Laws of Nature .
Homework due Wednesday 9/10
1. Watch the first video for the conditional: Practice the zero conditiona l by watching Jennifer's 9-minute Video (yellow box below left) and asking/answering her survey questions (only answerquestions 1-6 about yourself. You'll answer questions 7-12 about your classmates on Wednesday during class.
Review the 9-minute Video on the Zero Conditional (if that link doesn't open, try this one . If that doesn't open, try clicking the play button in the embedded video below (use Google Chrome or IE, not Firefox, for videos).
Homework forThursday 9/10:
Read about the Zero (Factual) Conditional:
Let’s learn about numbers and counting up to 20:
We will learn numbers and counting up to 20 to recognize the numerals 11 through 20. Counting numbers are very important to know so that we can understand that numbers have an order and also be able to count numbers easily. In our real life we can relate numbers to quantities.
19 NINETEENIt’s very important to know about numbers;
1. To recognize the numerals.
2. To know that numbers have an order.
3. To relate or express numbers to quantities.
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