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Welcome! | Welcome! is an intermediate level course for people who need to use or who are preparing to use English in their day-to-day work in the tourism. Paperback Book. 8 Ways to Welcome Students. By Marissa I try to make students feel welcome as soon as they step into my classroom. I believe. Make your incoming students feel at home through icebreakers and get-to-know- you activities. Recommended Books I am so excited to welcome my new students to 3rd grade with a classroom theme of "Third Graders — Start Your.

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We will repeat this same activity midyear and also at the end of the year, and the students will see just how much better they have become at working as a team.

I guess you could say I'm revved up and ready to go back to school! I hope this inspires others to get their classrooms all "spiffed up" for an exciting new school year! On each of the apples, I write a supply item that parents can donate to our room.

Supplies range from Lysol wipes and Post-its to dry erase markers. The parents take an apple and return it with the supply. I put the apple back on the tree with the parent's name on it. Last year was amazing!

I had an overwhelming response. Needless to say, I am ready to put it up again this year. Mystery Postcard I welcome my 3rd-grade students back to school by sending them a postcard over the summer. On the postcard is a picture of me at some location in the United States, and their first homework assignment is to try to figure out where in the U. Miss Baumann was. It's a great way to motivate the students for the first day of school, and they LOVE getting mail. I give each student one white piece of paper Xerox paper is perfect.

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I tell my students that we are going to draw faces — not just ordinary faces, but wacky faces. Add to Basket. Compare all 5 new copies. Cambridge University Press, Softcover.

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Brand new Book. Seller Inventory APE More information about this seller Contact this seller. Book Description Cambridge University Press. Book Description Cambridge. Seller Inventory Book Description Cambridge University Press, Dust Jacket Condition: Leo Jones Welcome Student's book: Before reading the story, talk with the children about which centers and toys can be used by boys and which by girls.

After the story see if there is a change in view. I like to share this book when talking about the various classroom centers so that there is an understanding that boys can play in the house center and girls can play in the block center.

Make "mean soup" together and let all the children scream into it. Keep the pot handy for "bad days.

Make an ABC book of the names of the children in the class. Use the big book version of this to teach concepts of print and predictable text with the sight words "I have. Use the big book version of this to teach concepts of print and predictable text with the sight words, "I can. This book introduces children to the different kinds of feelings they may experience in life and emphasizes that it is okay to have all of them.

The feelings are represented by animals in illustration and simile. Ask each child what animal they think is feeling the closest to how they have felt at some time in their life. Chart their responses. Bring in objects for children to discover using their five senses.

Draw children's attention to when more than one sense is being used at the same time. This is a collection of five small books that explores our senses and includes scientific diagrams of the eye, skin, tongue, nose, and ear.

Solicit from children other ways in which they can use their senses. Be sure to show the diagrams. Children guess what is pictured and then determine which of the five senses they use. Both English and Spanish texts are used.

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Play a guessing game with this book. Each child can participate by making a guess.

Silver; illustrated by Patricia J. This teacher resource book has reproducible patterns for easy-to-make paper projects that kids can wear.

Welcome! Student's Book: English for the Travel and Tourism Industry

These activities help to teach skills in a hands-on and engaging way. Instant Personal Poster Sets: These can be done one-on-one with the teacher or assistant, or they can be sent home for family-school connections. Create a List. List Name Save. Rename this List. Rename this list. List Name Delete from selected List. Save to. Save to:. Save Create a List. Create a list.

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