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    His / Her

    I am an English teacher and I want you to introduce some brilliant ideas for presenting ( his / her ) . Thank u very much for helping me .

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    Re: His / Her

    What do you mean?

    Can you tell me in details?

    Thanks!

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    Re: His / Her
    What do you mean?

    Can you tell me in details?

    Thanks!


    I mean when u want to explain the concept og His and her to the children in the class . I want an idea to be as a lead in before saying the rule that his comes with boys and her comes with girls
    and a million thanks for caring.

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    Re: His / Her

    Maybe you can draw a picture of a boy and a girl, then explain to them with words. Do you know what I mean?

    Start with He and She and then His and Her, pictures are important when you teach kids.

    Good luck!


    Not a teacher.

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    a million thanks

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    Re: His / Her

    Suggestions in red.

    Quote Originally Posted by koukouliko View Post
    I am an English teacher, and I want you to give me some ideas for teaching his and her. Thank u very much for helping me .

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