Talk a lot is a great new way ti learn spoken English,and quite a departure from the standard ELT course book.Instesd of spending hours reading and writing, students have the opportunity to engage in challenging and fun speaking and listening activities wwith their friends.On this course students learn how to think in English as well talk a lot
The Crash Course is based on an in-depth analysis of the AP English Literature & Composition course description outline and actual AP test questions. It covers only the information tested on the exam, so you can make the most of your valuable study time. Our easy-to-read format gives you a crash course in the major literary periods, concepts, authors, and elements in English Literature. It shows you how to interpret reading passages and write clear, intelligent essays that meet AP standards.
A/ Aims and Objectives : By the end of the lesson , Ss will be able to write letters to their friends about their neighborhood . B / Teaching aids : Textbook , cards , chalks………. C / Procedure : I / Warm up : Revision - Ask Ss to put the outline for an informal letter in the correct order . - Prepare 6 cards with 6 outlines on them . - Call 6 Ss to hold them and stand in a random order - Ask some other Ss to rearrange them in the correct order . -...
Lesson 4 – Executing a strategy has outline 4.1 Superior strategy execution – another path to competitive advantage. Gain command of what managers must do to build an organization capable of good strategy execution; Learn why resource allocation should always be based on strategic priorities; Understand why policies and procedures should be designed to facilitate good strategy execution.
Lesson 3 – Crafting a strategy has outline 3.1 The five generic competitive strategies, 3.2 Supplementing the chosen competitive strategy – other importatn strategy choices, 3.3 Strategies for competing in international markets, 3.4 corporate strategy: diversification and the multibusiness company.
The diversity of colored pencils is explored in this non-traditional approach to drawing a
rosebud. The dark gray drawing surface challenges artists to pull the forms of the drawing
subject from darkness into light. This lesson is divided into three parts:
PART ONE: setting up your drawing format and drawing a detailed outline
PART TWO: shading light and medium values on the petals, stem, and leaves
PART THREE: adding realistic shadows by mixing a specific recipe of colors.
Rebuilding public health and health care delivery systems has been an important component of nation-building efforts conducted after major conflicts. However, few studies have attempted to examine a comprehensive set of cases, compare the quantitative and qualitative results, and outline best practices.
Objectives: - By the end of the lesson, Ss will be able to write letters to their friends about their neighborhood.
II. Preparation: - Textbook.
III. Teaching procedure:
2. Oral test: - Homework correction..
3. New lesson:
A. Warm- up: Revision:
- Ask Ss to put the outline for an informal letter in the correct order written on 6 cards.
- Write on the BB for Ss to remember it easily:
Writing this book has been one of the greatest professional
experiences of my life. Several other authors told me how hard it
would be, and they were right. The book has taken much more
time than I thought it would, and the writing has evolved in ways
I did not imagine when I wrote the original outlines. I’ve spent
countless hours reflecting on and processing years of lessons about
leadership, communities, values, and my own leadership journey.
In this project you use colored pencils to draw a fun cartoon of a flower. The curriculum demonstrates basic color theory, and the skills of shading, overlapping colors, and burnishing.
Colored pencils are ideal for adding color to cartoons, which usually require a bolder, more colorful approach than traditional drawing subjects. When outlined with a thin black marker, colored pencil cartoons can look very illustrative and professional.
This project explores the process of drawing a caricature from
a photo, by utilizing a complex grid. The average drawing time
on this type of project generally runs between 20 to 40 hours.
To give you an idea of the time I spent on each aspect, I
included a brief drawing journal.
This lesson is divided into the following six sections:
SKETCHING WITH HELP FROM A GRID: You lightly sketch the outline of the subject
by utilizing a complex grid to establish the placements of various components....
In this lesson, you first choose one of three
compositional options, then outline the proportions
and shapes, and finally use graduated hatching to
define the three dimensional forms, textures, and
patterns of an adorable young giraffe named Dandy.
While the understructures of the anatomy of a giraffe
are very complex, this project focuses on only the
exterior forms and shapes which characterize the
primary bone and muscular structures.
Lessons in Defining Policy
Next generation open operation system will be developed on small mobile devices.
-a widely anticipated open source operating system for mobile devices
-it provide base operation system, application middleware layer, Java software development kit and a collection of system applications
This heavily illustrated lesson is ideal for beginners who feel ready to take on more intricate and timeconsuming projects. In the first four sections, squirkles are used to draw the form, texture, and striped pattern of a realistic fish with combination of hatching and squirkling shading only – no outlining. The fifth section, offers an optional challenge to integrate more details into the completed drawing.
This cartoon dogs drawing lesson is a little different than some of the other tutorials you may have done on this site because instead of starting off with simple shapes were going to start off by drawing forms. Step 1 - The Head and Body Forms There are two lines in this step. The curved line at the top that looks a little bit like an unfolded paperclip is the head and the outline of the back. The other line is the chest and midsection. Take a quick look at the finished drawing and see how the curve of...
Because CHWs hold the esteem of their peers, they are effective in promoting change and challenging stigma
surrounding HIV/AIDS, harmful traditional practices, and prejudices against family planning. They are
motivated by a sense of duty to care for others around them and many were caring for others long before they
received Pathfinder’s training. The training enables them to offer a wider range of services, gives them confidence
that they are giving correct advice, and teaches them how to safely care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
"If an American dramatist or novelist had taken for the ground work of a play or work of fiction the story of
the Bidwell family to-day related on another page of the Herald, all European critics would have told him that
the story was too 'American,' too vast in its outlines, too high in its colors, too merely 'big' in fact.
"The story has its lesson. The play is not a mere spectacle. The lesson is that in the doing and undoing of
wrong the Bidwell family expended enough ability and energy to stock a good many reigning European
families for generations.
"Let the Comedie Humaine...
Learning how to draw a nose can seem a little daunting at first. The key tip when drawing ANY of the features of the face is Keep it Simple! Less is always more when drawing the nose as well as when drawing mouths, but that's another lesson. What you want to do is draw the nose with lines that suggest the shape but don't create hard outlines.