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Teaching Kids who Can˝˝˝t Read? It˝˝˝s Easy with Kiz Phonics
We offer carefully designed phonics worksheets, games, videos and flash cards you will find on our site. Everything you need to help a child learn to read through phonics: decodable stories, listening exercises, you name it. Visit this page now!
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PASSIVE VOICE CONVERTER MACHINE - Interactive Presentation with all tenses and Modals
Watch this magic machine convert all the sentences from Active into Passive in a practical way with full explanation of the grammar procedure as the changes are being produced. Conversion with all the tenses even modals, affirmative and interrogative sentences plus tips. You have to invite your sts to observe the sentence carefully then press Start and watch the machine doing the task for them. They will adore you if you give them a machine like this as a present LOL!!!
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You have an example in the presentation : Somebody has written ... the walls with a marker.
You have missed the word ... ON ... I know it doesn┤t work when the animation brings "the walls" to the front so I changed it for when I use it with my students. New phrase suggestion - Somebody has written bad things for everyone to see. It works!
They are opening the mails now. (In the US "mail" should not be plural unless it┤s being used in a legal situation. More accurate for your presentation, and avoid student confusion, is MAIL) I changed "the mails" to "the letters" because it was a quick easy fix.