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Direct Method

Direct Method

Direct Method. The Direct Method has one very basic rule: No translation is allowed .

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Approuch, Method, and Technique

Approuch, Method, and Technique

Approuch, Method, and Technique. By: Mazidatur Rizqiyah. Definition. Anthony (1963), Approach: A set of assumptions about language teaching which involve the nature of language, learning, teaching Method: The plan selected to present language in a systematic way

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The Direct Method - The DM

The Direct Method - The DM

The Direct Method - The DM. The Direct Method : Outline. Historical backgrounds The Motivation The How? The pioneers of Direct Method Goals of the Direct Method Principles & Principal Characteristics of the Direct Method Nature of student-teacher interaction?

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Grammar Rule:

Grammar Rule:

Grammar Rule:. Use the correct form of: It’s=it is Its=possessive. Example of Grammar Rule. It’s about time that 2 nd semester started. The school had its prom at the Benton Convention Center. Sentence Correction:.

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Grammar Rule #1

Grammar Rule #1

Grammar Rule #1. A sentence must contain at least one subject and one verb, and it must form a complete thought. If it doesn’t do that, then it’s a fragment. LET’S DO THE SENTENCE TEST! with sentences from A.M. Homes’ “Things You Should Know” (p. 553). “Time passed.” “I grew older.”

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A grammar rule

A grammar rule

A grammar rule.

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GRAMMAR RULE OF THE WEEK

GRAMMAR RULE OF THE WEEK

GRAMMAR RULE OF THE WEEK. Capitalize names of people, titles used in front of a person’s name, places, days, months, holidays, and special events. VOCABULARY TERM: kowtow (v) – to be overly polite and flattering. SENTENCE CORRECTION: Many people don’t like mr james

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Grammar Rule of the Week

Grammar Rule of the Week

Grammar Rule of the Week. Capitalize names of people, titles used in front of a person’s name, places, days, months, holidays, and special events. Vocabulary Word:. Altercation (n)—a noisy dispute. Sentence Correction:.

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GRAMMAR RULE OF THE WEEK

GRAMMAR RULE OF THE WEEK

GRAMMAR RULE OF THE WEEK. Capitalize names of people, titles used in front of a person’s name, places, days, months, holidays, and special events. VOCABULARY TERM: aborigine (n) – an original inhabitant. SENTENCE CORRECTION: The Pilgrims celebrated the first

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English Grammar Rule: Understanding Sentences

English Grammar Rule: Understanding Sentences

English Grammar Rule: Understanding Sentences. Where the Red Fern Grows Lesson 1 - Understanding Sentences. How can you tell a complete sentence from an incomplete sentence? Usually you tell just by listening.

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Formal Models for a Legislative Grammar. Explicit Text Amendment

Formal Models for a Legislative Grammar. Explicit Text Amendment

CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE Istituto di Teoria e Tecniche dell’Informazione Giuridica. Formal Models for a Legislative Grammar. Explicit Text Amendment. Andrea Bolioli, Pietro Mercatali, Francesco Romano. KMGov 2004 Krems, 19 may 2004. CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE

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