In this learning activity you'll see and hear basic Hmong phrases.
Parts of Speech in Sentences: The Order of Operations
By David Hardgrove
Learners identify the parts of speech by following a certain order until each word in a sentence is labeled. In a variety of exercises, learners practice finding verbs, prepositional phrases, subjects, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, and conjunctions.
Ever and Never
By Fran McCarthy
Students read the definitions of these two adverbs of frequency which are often confused. They then complete sentences using "ever" or "never."
Plural Nouns - Words Ending in "y"
By SWTC Communication Department
Students read about how to make the plural form of nouns that end in "y." They then complete an exercise.
Writing Effective Paraphrases
By Jennifer Madej
In this learning activity you'll practice paraphrasing brief, non-fiction passages.
By Barbara Liang, Andrea Krabbe
Learners read about nonverbal communication. In a drag-and-drop exercise, they evaluate photos of people interacting and determine if the behaviors shown interfere with communication or enhance it.
Mandarin Chinese - Asking for Directions
By Pao-Mi Wei
Learners read and listen to phrases in Mandarin Chinese that would be part of directions to common locations. Additional vocabulary words related to forms of transportation are also presented.
Barriers to Effective Listening
By Therese Nemec
Learners examine the seven most common barriers to effective listening and consider suggestions for how to overcome these barriers. This interactive object contains audio.
Basics of the SELECT Statement
By Glen Orsburn
Learners use this Structured Query Language tutorial to gain an understanding of how a SELECT statement is built. This learning object has audio content.
Mandarin Chinese - Clothing and Accessories
Learners listen to and read Mandarin Chinese vocabulary words used to identify pieces of clothing and accessories.
English and Russian VIII. Phrasal Verbs " to hand", "to break", "to come", "to see".
Practicing Phrasal Verbs " to hand", "to break", "to come", "to see"
Jeopardy: Mi estuche
Identify the contents of your backpack or pencil case in Spanish.
Bingo: Mi estuche
I can identify the objects in my pencil cace and backpack in Spanish.
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