Kayla Lane’s “Virtual Audiometry in CSD Undergraduate Training” won second place in the undergraduate research student poster competition at the 2016 Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention.
Called the Georgia Guidestones, the monument is a mystery—nobody knows exactly who commissioned it or why. The stones are engraved with the same message in multiple languages - the message appears to be instructions to survivors of a global cataclysm.
Word work Unit created for Native American Unit to compliment Georgia Standards. This is a two week unit with ten vocabulary words for each week. Created with original pictures with the English Second Language Learner in mind. This unit is EASY to use and differentiate.
Great movies, both animated and not, include all of the same elements as great works of literature. Use this to your advantage! These 10 questions have been designed to be used with any movie to challenge your students to carefully think about key terms from the Reading Literary portion of the CCS and Georgia Standards of Excellence such as literary elements including plot structure, theme, figurative language, point of view, and more!
The Georgia Standards of Excellence for Kindergarten English Language Arts are presented in I Can Poster format for easy display in your classroom. All you have to do is print, laminate, and display the posters. Some display ideas include bulletin boards, or Anchor charts.Also included in this set is a checklist for you to keep track of the date the standard was taught and any comments you would like to make on student achievement, resources utilized or changes you would like to make for…
Lak (Лакку маз) belongs to the Nachsko-Daghestan branch of North Caucasian languages and is spoken by about 100,000 speakers mainly in the Russian republic of Dagestan. There are also speakers of Lak in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Lak is closely related to Dargwa. Lak was written with the Arabic alphabet 1928, when the Latin alphabet was adopted. Since 1938 a version of the Cyrillic alphabet has been used to write…
For a group of refugee teenage girls settled in Decatur, Georgia, learning the ropes of the English language is no easy feat. They hail from far-flung homelands including Afghanistan, Burma, Burundi, Ethiopia, Iraq, Sudan, and the Central African Republic. But the girls at the Global Village School have found a solution to the language barrier: music is their common tongue.