Who should take this lesson?
*Beginner English learners
What is needed for this lesson?
*A good internet connection
*A computer or mobile phone
This activity may add little or no new vocabulary. There continues to be a need for experience with forms for "your, my, etc." Thus the Nurturer now asks, "Where is my shirt, where are your glasses, etc." Second and third person plural possessors should be included, "Where are you guys' hats?" A small number of new clothing items or body parts might be thrown into this activity. It is often easy to pick up two or three new vocabulary in the context of a lot of old vocabulary.
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Masters of Divinity
Masters in TESOL
*Certification in TESOL
*(Growing Participator Approach) Teacher Trainer Certification (80 hours)
*TOEFL Test Center Administrator Certification
*IELTS Marking Certification; IELTS Examiner Certification
Public Speaking (25 years)
Teaching English as a second language (10+ years)
Academic Director at an adult ESL center
*Academic English *Business English *TOEFL prep. *IELTS prep. *Medical Engish *Legal English *on-line English courses *Private English classes
TOEFL test center administrator/ Proctor
IELTS invigilator; marking; examiner
English, Arabic, French, Spanish, Biblical Greek, Biblical Hebrew