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Teacher s Book with full-sized pages from Student s book. Herrera Mario, Pinkley Diane. Backpack Starter Teacher s Book. Файлы. Академическая и. Backpack Starter Level Teacher's Book () and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at. Title: Backpack Starter (2nd Edition). Publisher: Pearson Education ESL. Publication Date: Binding: Paperback. Book Condition: New. Edition: 2.

The students can use the pictures to help them recall the dialogue. Students can also continue the story by hiding new objects and guessing about them. Family connection.

Encourage students to take their Little Books home and share Guess Again with their families and friends. To ensure success in reading aloud for those students who need more support, provide rehearsal time.

Play the audio of the text 1 sentence by sentence, pausing for students to repeat each sentence; 2 one page at a time, pausing for students to repeat each page; 3 entirely without pausing. Assign pages 67 now. Answers are on page T Content Reader 1. Have students read the selection My Backpack on pages 4 5. Assign the worksheet for the selection, page See the Teachers Manual for the step-by-step lesson and additional ideas.

Echo read.

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To help students develop oral reading skills, echo read the book with them. Play the audio or read aloud the first sentence. Have students repeat after you as they track the print in the story.

Repeat with each sentence. Guide students to imitate the stress, rhythm, and intonation patterns of each sentence. Write the word It on one side of an index card and it on the other side of the same card.

Repeat this for the words Is and is.

If you could rid the world of one thing, what would it be? Find out what they believe is the most pressing issue. What type of partner would you choose for yourself? What is something you can do better than anyone else you know? Find out what they believe their strengths are.

What song best describes your life? This fun question can reveal so much. Here are 8 funny icebreaker questions for adults: What was the most embarrassing thing you have done while on a date?

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Everyone loves a cringe-worthy date story. If you were to perform in the circus, what would you do? What quirky tricks can he or she do?

If you could eliminate one thing you do each day in the bathroom so that you never had to do it again, what would it be? Childhood stories get everyone laughing.

If you moved to Sesame Street, who would you want as your neighbor? If you had to be handcuffed to one person for an entire month, who would it be? Who would they trust with the ultimate backstage pass? If you were the eighth dwarf, what would your name be? This gets to their most dominant personality trait.

What unexpected places would they refuse to go to?

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The would you rather questions on this list of icebreakers are incredibly versatile. Some wax philosophical and others lean toward the ridiculous.

Choose the questions that suit your mood and watch that ice break! Here are 9 would you rather icebreaker questions for adults: Would you rather have more time or more money? And what would they do with what they chose? Would you rather have a rewind button or a pause button on your life? Would they revisit the past or hold on to the present? Would you rather be able to talk with the animals or speak all foreign languages?

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Find out if your new friend is a people person or an animal person. Would you rather be without internet for a week, or without your phone?

Yes, they are different things. Would you rather work more hours per day, but fewer days or work fewer hours per day, but more days? How would this person structure his or her life? Some love the classics, others love contemporary. Would you rather be filthy rich and live years ago or be middle class today? Modern conveniences or archaic wealth? Would you rather be known for your intelligence or your good looks?

What does this person value most about themself?

Would you rather mentally or physically never age? Would they rather keep their mind sharp or their body tight? The truth questions force people to open up about themselves and the dare questions nudge people outside of their comfort zones.

These truth or dare questions make it easy to diffuse the tension that often comes with meeting new people. Here are 10 truth or dare icebreaker questions for adults: What is your biggest turn off in a partner? Describe your worst date ever.


Bad date stories never get old. Yell out the first word that comes to your mind right now. Of course the mind leaps to something dirty right then.

Belly dance to a country song. Something about the mixture of genres is hilarious. Speak like Shakespeare for the rest of the game. Nay dear friend, thou canst not refuse a dare. Name the person in the room who you think is the best dressed. This question combines elements of truth and dare. If you found a large amount of money, would you keep it or would you try to find the owner?

Be honest! What is the silliest thing you have an emotional attachment to? We all have random objects that mean a lot to us. What was the most awkward romantic encounter you have had?Copyright by Pearson Education, Inc. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. This can lead to a great conversation of priorities. Activity 5. Touch all the students who have something red for example, a red pencil or a red shirt.

Has a stronger focus on grammar and writing skills: new Sound and Spelling sections in the Student Books and Workbooks.

Write the word It on one side of an index card and it on the other side of the same card. Ricardo Lopez del Prado.

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