This page of a site that gives parents information in terms that they can understand gives the parents of ELLs a lot of tools that they can use to help their children. What is unique about these parents is that in many cases they too are learning the english language and a site that puts things in simple terms just for them can be a life-saver.
esscence: so simple yet so deep. im in love with how people can write such short sentences which are made up of things we call words and just how these words sound so delicate and graceful and how they flow with one and another. maybe im just reading too deep into something. but i have seen so many poems and different writings in the past few days and i am fascinated with the way people can write such beautiful things that are so relevant in someones life. thought id just put that out there
Figurative Language Center Activity featuring Allusions. Use for small groups or independent work during guided reading.Students read a sentence with an allusion in it, identify the allusion and what it means.
Admittedly, just having the words “Michael Moore” and “woman’s uterus” appear in the same sentence would be considered a gross-out by a good number of people (e.g., many women). But Moore is speaking more topically than you might think. With the allusion to a woman’s uterus, he’s actually taking on the topic of the hour: …
There is then creative reading as well as creative writing. When the mind is braced by labor and invention, the page of whatever book we read becomes lumious with mainfold allusion. Every sentence is doubly significant, and the sense of our author is as broad as the world. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson #screenwriter #screenwriters #screenwriting #screenwriterforhire #screenwritersforhire #RalphWaldoEmerson
Step 4: After the sentence "...Because she's older and the teacher, she's right and I'm not." I'd add my sentence of "Everybody hates Rachael." This would allude to the comedy TV series "Everybody Hates Chris" because in that show the Character Chris never seemed to be honored for anything he'd say or do, like Rachael who was just over seen by authority.