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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Post [ESL Weblog] What do you see? I see a (noun). Lesson Plan for Young Learners

    Lesson Plan Target Language: What do you see? I see a (noun). Vocabulary: bird, tree, monkey, dog, cat, car Target: Young Learners Greetings and Warm-up: Greet the class with a good-morning or good-afternoon depending on the day. Have the class...

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    Re: [ESL Weblog] What do you see? I see a (noun). Lesson Plan for Young Learners

    Thanks tdol, this lesson plan is really nice.

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    Re: [ESL Weblog] What do you see? I see a (noun). Lesson Plan for Young Learners

    I didn't write it- a friend called Stefan, who writes in the blog, did- when a blog entry gets posted, the software puts a post here in the forum using my account. Glad you liked it, though. There are quite a few other lesson plans in the blog.

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    Re: [ESL Weblog] What do you see? I see a (noun). Lesson Plan for Young Learners

    Whoever wrote it I'd like to thank him/her and thank to you too, if it wasn't your account we couldn't be able to see it. I read the other lesson plans they are wonderful too. What I really need is that: the first week of the school academic year is a disaster, because the kids don't stop crying and yelling all day long. I need something to attrack their attention, they cry even more when they see the puppets, you know tdol the Egyptian kids are badly spoilt

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    Re: [ESL Weblog] What do you see? I see a (noun). Lesson Plan for Young Learners

    I'll pass your comments on to Stefan and see if he can do some more.

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