The Weekly Blog Round-Up

Week of 11/14/11-11/20/11

Adult Education Center (AEC)
Museum of Art: 100 years of Girl Scouts
Body Parts
Simple Past
Thankful AEC ESL Students – Level 6 Bulletin Board photo & writing

AEC Annex (AECX)
Christmas Parade info
16th Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration info
Comparatives and superlatives grammar lesson
A Festival of Books—a short reading with a link to recording and other exercises

Athens Drive (ADHS)
A Thanksgiving Lesson for intermediate levels. Reading and grammar lesson.
Information on the Raleigh Christmas Parade. This takes place this coming Saturday 11/19/11

Brooks Ave Church of Christ (CHOC)
Pullen Park is Back!!
Grammar Lesson “the” – Part 1
67th Raleigh Christmas Parade

Fuquay-Varina United Methodist Church (FVUMC)
Thanksgiving Story Starters
Pronunciation of -th
Student’s Writing: Idioms
Other and Another

Garner United Methodist Church (GUMC)
Home Remedies
Analyzing Cartoons
99 Adjectives to Describe Any Book
Highlands United Methodist Church (HUMC)
Conversation Starter of the Day: November 14, 2011

Hispanic Family Center (HFC)
Emergency – call 911 – this entry has a video link, El Civics, listening lab and REEP world links that help present vocabulary needed for students to make 911 calls.
Never too early to give thanks
А reminder

Millbrook HS (MLBK)
Raleigh Christmas parade
16th Annual American Indian Festival
Level 6 students roleplay visiting the doctor

Northern Wake Campus (401N)
Used To – Poems from Level 3
PRONUNCIATION – “TH” SOUND
WAKE TECH – degrees, certificates, diplomas
Raleigh Transportation- there are choices for you

Reedy Creek Middle School (RCMS)
Level B writes: What is your dream job?
Parades!/a>
Native American Heritage Month

St. Andrews Presbyterian Church (SAPC)
Song – ITSY BITSY SPIDER
PARTS OF THE BODY
Western Wake Campus (Millpond)
NC State University Theater Presents, “Little Women”
Where can you look for a job?
Learn about North Carolina History– FREE!
Speed Reading!

White Plains United Methodist Church (WPUM)
News from the classrooms – Playing games
Pullen Park Reopens!
Practicing past tense questions

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