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A meaningful writing assignment

Every spring, my students educated in Veterinary Medicine and their teachers organize a Pet Show in the schoolyard. Boys and girls from the whole town bring their pets, all sorts of them! It is definitely one of the most popular events held in our school. Since my 11th-graders deal with the topic of announcements, I asked them to write one for the occasion. Generally, they do not enjoy writing assignments. In order to get them to approach the task seriously and show their creative potentials, I informed them that the best one would be used for creating a flyer. There were a lot of interesting suggestions. Still, there can be only one! And here it is!

Well done, Ana Nikolić!

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Posted by on May 8, 2017 in miscellaneous

 

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The winter holiday is over… Warming up at the beginning of the second semester… 🙂

 
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Posted by on January 25, 2014 in grammar, vocabulary

 

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DOES TEXTING HURT YOUR GRAMMAR?

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What about you? Do you use techspeak on a daily basis? Do you use it in your writing assignments? Do you think it affects your ability to express your thoughts, feelings and opinion clearly? Think about the language you use. Do you face problems when you talk to people other than your peers?  Or when you have to write an essay?

Do you use punctuation properly? What about capital letters?

I would love to hear your thoughts on this matter. Please comment!

 
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Posted by on April 11, 2013 in grammar, vocabulary

 

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USED TO DO

REMEMBER:

USED TO + INFINITIVE

(when you talk about something that you once did/something that existed , but not anymore)

DIDN’T USE TO + INFINITIVE

(when you talk about something you didn’t do in the past, but now you do/something that didn’t exist before, but now it does)

Write three sentences about the things you used to/ didn’t use to do as a child

 
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Posted by on March 30, 2013 in grammar, homework

 

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