Friday, March 6, 2015

Dina and Mike

On Fridays we read a short, interesting story connected to the week's topic. Today the higher level students talked about the story about Dina, the marathon runner who made an incredible recovery from a stroke. Lower level students talked about Mike, the politician in B.C. who fell into the ocean from his deck and injured his spinal cord. In pairs, higher and lower level students compared and contrasted the two cases.

Here are some activities to practice the patterns of comparing and contrasting.

Practice EITHER, NEITHER, TOO. (Beginner Level)

Here's a quiz on SO, EITHER, NEITHER.

Here's a video lesson on negative agreement.

You may also use Ellis software, visit Mr. Zhang's listening page, or scroll down to review prior weeks' activities.


1 comment:

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