Re: [TEPFall2005] friendster, hi5, or facebook

John, I really want to see the new Wallace and Gromit movie on the big screen.  I would be up for something like that on Saturday night. 

Oh, and I really want to go to Outback at some point, anybody game?  

And just to make you all further jealous, I think all my classes are canceled today because they have a physical fitness test.
Sorry, I'm super hyped on coffee so lets go on another tangent.

Lesson plan ideas for Steve and Jasmine:  This week my topic has been roommates and then I talk about opposites...Optimist/pessimist...Good/Evil...etc  I get them to copy a dialogue involving roommates off the board and we discuss what kind of person they would like for a roommate.  They say stuff like quiet, rich, smart, generous.  This worked well for my 4th, 5th, and 6th grade levels. 

I have done a baseball lesson and added ordinal numbers and Superstitions- that was a big hit.  Feelings works well, because you can teach them a ton of vocab and I'm currently thinking of classes based on

Contraptions- I want to use Wallace and Gromit film bits,
Cultural differences,
The Family,
What do you want to be?
Money and Shopping, and I wanted to end with Christmas/Ramadan/Hanukkah.

I do one topic for all my classes and adjust the lesson according to the class level.


On 11/4/05, John Benton <> wrote:
Hello everyone!!!

Yes, I just got on friendster.  But, I have yet had the time to put pictures
and etc.....

What is everyone's plans for the weekend?


PS   - - -  Have a GREAT Friday.

>Is any of you in friendster, hi5, or facebook?


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