This little noun. Flouting around. Names a person, place, or thing. With a knick, knack, paddy wack. These are English rules. Isn't language fun and cool.
WOW! I love English
Lets do a research paper about volcanic eruptions.
That sounds very interesting! Cant wait to learn more about it.
My first memories of learning how to read and wright was in my kindergarten class with Mrs. Barnhart. This included learning the alphabet, how to write and sound out the letters, and numbers. She would use the guided line papers to practice our writing and she would read books to us while pronouncing the words slowly and clearly.
So many fun books to read this year! Remember that it helps to make vocab note cards to study.
I discovered that I had an interest in reading when I was in the second grade. School was starting to feel more independent and interesting to me. I was reading chapter books from the library and began to write small assignments. I remember my teacher, Ms. Dukes, teaching us lessons in very fun and interesting ways. She used songs and poems to remember parts of a sentence.
Don't forget to read chapter 7 and the study guide!
Weathering Heights is a very interesting read!
By the sixth grade, the basics and structure of writing an essay had been shown to me. At this point, my writing skills had improved. My favorite middle school teacher was Mrs. Nagel. She had a big personality and knew how to teach English in a funny but meaningful way. She also was my teacher for my Research class. This class allowed me to construct research papers while using proper resources. I would have to agree that this class was a part of me enhancing my writing skills.
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English came off to me as an easy subject at the beginning of my high school career. I remember reviewing what I had learned in past years and reading books as a class all year long. Vocab lessons were being taught every week along with vocab assignments. Along with a very motivating teacher, I was able to gain more confidence in my writing skills.
At the end of my sophomore year, I pushed myself the next year to take honors English 11 with one of the most influential teachers I have ever had. At the begging of class, Mrs. Arps would spend some time everyday giving us weekly reminders. She was always there to give advice and cared about her students. She was great at explaining sections of books that we read throughout the year. She was always there to answer questions and always pushed me to do my best.
Despite my love for English, I did struggle with reading and writing during the early stages. This could be a bump in the road for many children when they are learning. At Leipsic, there was a program for children in grades 1-3 to help with extra reading skills. Now that I am in high school, I have the opportunity to take Viking readers as a class and teach kids who were in the same position that I was. Ms. Dukes became the teacher for this class after she taught me in the second grade. I really look up to her because she has always had the kids best interest at heart, is caring, and did a great job teaching me when I was a kid.