Sinónimos y antónimos

produce analogies with known antonyms and synonyms Good post from Crafting Connections to go with this chart - check it out to catch all the nuances of this work!


English pronunciation poem…

English pronunciation poem… seriously EVERY teacher should be require to read this thing. Out loud. In front of people. Then maybe everyone will understand why the English language is nearly impossible for kids with learning disabilities.

Who/What/Where/When/Why/how... Open question technique

Sublime Speech: Who/What/Where/When/Why/How in the world-WH Questions kids struggle with. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources Childress Childress & Porter Inc.

Numeros ordinales

Ordinal Numbers in Spanish and English (Dual Language)

Ordinal numbers in Spanish & English from created for use in the dual language or Spanish language classroom ~ Chintomby Chintomby Bellak

English irregular verbs

verbs that do not end with a simple of -ed which are excessively difficult for second-language users students including Deaf students, natives.

English tenses illustration: past, present, future (simple, progressive, perfect)

For ELL students adults and kids English tenses illustration: past, present, future (simple, progressive, perfect)

Can and Could in English - Modal Verbs

The correct usage of CAN and COULD in American Casual, Spoken English using "Modal Verbs", general rules to go by (never hard and fast or forever, always, aka: always exceptions but here's a really good start)