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Capital Punishment

Career Exploration CIVICS 14.4

Level 5- Morning- Presentations

Work Voice- Hospitality Management- Siripat Nengchamnong, Restaurant Owner

Work Voice- Dental Assistant- Rita Cai

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CASAS Practice Advance ESL

Child Abuse - Child Molesting

1. Video 1- Discussion

2. Video 2- Trial Statement

3. Video 3- Investigation

ESL Movies

ESL Interactive Games

ESL Listening

Conditional

Gerund vs. Infinitive

Direct vs. Indirect Speech

Review

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5 - links to other

Exercise 6- Reading and Answering Questions

Video- Listening and Speaking activity

 

NOUNS

Grammar Exercises- NOUNS

Exercise #1 - Count vs. Non Count Nouns

Exercise #2 - Count vs. Non Count Nouns

Exercise #3  - Regular vs. Irregular Plural Nouns

Exercise #4 - Plural vs. Singular Nouns

Grammar Exercises- ARTICLES

Exercise #1 -

Exercise #2 -

Exercise #3 -  Definite Article "THE" or zero article

Exercise #4 -

Exercise #5 - Definite Article "THE" or zero article

Exercise #6 - Definite Article "THE" or zero article

Exercise #7- Articles with Geographical names

Exercise #8 Articles with uncount nouns

Exercise #9 - Definite Article "THE" or zero article with geographical names

Grammar Review

ESL 6

Adjective Clauses

Explanation

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7

Exercise 8

Exercise 9

Exercise 10

Test #1

Test #2

Test #3

Test #4

Conjunctive Adverbs

Explanation

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Conjuctions

Coordination conjuction 1

Coordination Conjuction 2

Coordination Conjuction 3 - easy

Coordination Conjuction 4

Subordination Conjuction 1-  easy

Subordination Conjuction 2

Subordination Conjuction 3

Subordination Conjuction 4

Correlative Conjuction 1

Correlative Conjuction 2

Comprehensive 1

Phrasal Verbs

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3 ***

Exercise 4 ***

Exercise 5 ***

Exercise 6 ***

Exercise 7 ***

Exercise 8

Exercise 9

Exercise 10

Exercise 11

Exercise 12

Exercise 13

Exercise 14

Exercise 15

Review

  

Articles

Exercise 1-10

Articles- Beginning to Advance

Sentence vs. Runs-On

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4 - comma splices

Exercise 5 - comma splices

Exercise 6

 

Sentence vs. Fragment

Exercise 1

Excercise 1B

Exercise 1C

Exercise 1D

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

 

Quotation Mark Exercises

Explanation

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6 - Advance

Exercise 7 - Quotation with Titles 1

Exercise 8 - Quotation with Titles 2

 

Conditional Exercises

Conditional Explanation

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Exercise 5

Exercise 6

Exercise 7 If vs. When

Final Test

 

Exercise 8

 

 

 Past Perfect vs. Past Perfect Progressive

Explanation for Past Perfect

Explanation for Past Perfect Progressive

Past Perfect Exercise 1

Past Perfect vs. Past Perfect Progressive 1

Past Participle

1. The Past Participle Practice

2. The Past Participle Practice #2

Present Pefect vs. Simple Past

3. Present Perfect vs. Simple Past #1

4. Present Perfect vs. Simple Past #2 : Do the exercises at the bottom of the page

5. Present Perfect vs. Simple Past #3

6. Present Perfect vs. Simple Past #4

Pesent Perfect vs. Present Perfect Progressive

1. Exercise #1 *-*

2. Exercise #2

3. Exercise #3

4. Exercise #4

5. Exercise #5

Passive Voice

Parallelism

Subject Verb Agreement

ESL

Welcome to Room 405

To all my dear students,

"Practice makes perfect," , and hopefully you'll have plenty of practices on this site. Take it with you wherever you go, and just an exercise a day that could make a different in your language acquisition :)

Love,

Thao Nguyen

2014-2015

Up Coming Major Assignments

Major Assignments for the last quarter April 6,  2015 to June 2,  2015

 

1. Individual Presentation

A. Finding Information on Educational Resources

B.  Choose a program and do a presentation about the program in class

 

2. Counselor/ College/Career Representative Interview

A. Attending a workshop from a local community college, adult school, Recreational Program or other educational training program, and get answers questions about a training program that you are interested in

C. Writing a Letter describing your choice of educational training, including your educational goal, a description of the training, the application process, the course prerequisites, and a request of a letter of recommendation from the teacher

 

3. Partner/ Group Presentation

A. Recreational Places in the Bay Area

B.  Describe events going on at those places and present to the class

 

4.  Native Speaker Interview- Psychological Developmental Stages

- Creating a set of 15 to 20 questions to interview a person who is not a student of Milpitas Adult School, (preferable native speaker of English) about his/her development according to Erikson’s psychological stages of development

- Compare and Contrast the interviewee’s answers  with Erikson’s stages

 

 

 

 

CASAS Practice

Low-income Healthcare Program

Sample My Favorite City

1. What city do you want to visit?

2. How will you get there?

3. Why do you want to go there? List 3 reasons and 3 examples

4. What will you do there? List 2 or 3 activties

5. How long will you stay there?

6. What kind of accommodation will you stay in?

7. How do you feel about the trip?

Sample

Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia

I miss the polluted smoke, the horrible traffic and the hot scorching sun in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I have been in the United States for a year already, and I plan to go back to Malaysia this Christmas.  My family is still over there. They miss me a lot. I also want to take my husband to my country, because he has never been there. Besides, I’m starving for the authentic Malaysian food. Those spicy tofu and hot mushroom noodle always make my mouth watered.  On the first few days, I think I will tour my husband around the famous capital of Malaysia. I want to show him where I grew up. Then,  I want him to see all of the tourist attractions such as the Petronas Twin Towers, Malaysia Heritage Walk, the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, the City Center…  Then, we will visit other cities and learn about their cultures.  We can sunbathe on the beautiful long beach of Batu Ferringhi; or we can hike on the top of the mountain on Brinchang. We can also visit different exciting  island attractions like the fund amusement parks Labuan island or the adventurous hiking trail of Tanah Ratah. Finally, we will taste all the authentic food of Malaysia with my beloved family. My husband suggests that we should stay there for at least three weeks, and we will get a one-bedroom studio near my house. I will try to get an inexpensive studio with enough conveniences. I’m very eagerly waiting for my trip.

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CASAS Practice

Reading Comprehension

Pronunciation

Listening & Speaking

Grammar and Writing

Vocabulary

Fun Activities

Dictionary and Translation

Contact Info.

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