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In this quick exercise, learners will complete the gaps of a phone conversation to book a doctor's appointment with the phrases "I would like to book", "I can't make it", "That works for me", "Ca We owe a lot of our military tactics, culture, and democracy to Ancient Sparta and Athens. This sheet looks at the contributions from both civilizations and allows students to reflect on ho Printable Worksheets, Online Quizzes, and More sponsor. It's never too early to start planning for next year! Matching exercises to revise personal information, months, seasons, colors, and practise asking and answering questions in pairs to activat Introduce learners to words that contain the prefix UN- through a basic word search activity.

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Find and Color Your Name! Fun way for your students to learn the alphabet letters and the colours. Teach the letter sounds by naming each letter and then allow students to trace the uppercase an In this worksheet, students will fill in the blanks of two conversations at a shop. After that, they will look into the language and vocabulary used in the conversations and analyze their meanings There are three tasks around the song "Blowing in the Wind" by Bob Dylan. At first we match some words from the song with their meanings. Some words are translated in Russian, for others pictures Children listen to the song from the cartoon "Beauty and the Beast" and write the missing words from the box.

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Use this jeopardy game to make revision of this vocabulary with favourite Emoji icons. It is fun for students to beat other teams by betting money. Later, students can make se Management Speak and Corporate Jargon Worksheet wandrews. Box and Whisker Plot For data ordered smallest to largest the median, lower quartile and upper quartile are found and displayed in a box along a number line.

Whiskers are added to the right and left and extended to the least and greatest values of the data. Center of a Circle A point in the interior of the circle that is equidistant from all points of the circle. Circumference The distance around a circle. Its length is the product of the diameter of the circle and pi.

Coefficient In the product of a constant and a variable the constant is the numerical coefficient of the variable and is frequently referred to simply as the coefficient. Common Denominator A common multiple of the denominators of two or more fractions. Also see: Least Common Denominator.

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Common Factor A factor that two or more integers have in common. Also see: Greatest Common Factor. Complement The complement of a set is a set of all the elements of the universal set that are not in the given set. Composite Number A prime number is an integer p greater than 1 with exactly two positive factors: 1 and p. A composite number is an integer greater than 1 that has more than two positive factors.

The number 1 is neither a prime nor a composite number. Compound Interest Interest added to the principal of an account, so that the added interest also earns interest going forward. Cone A three-dimensional figure with a circular base joined to a point called the apex.

Congruent Used to refer to angles or sides having the same measure and to polygons that have the same shape and size. The number K is called constant of proportionality. Coordinate s A number assigned to each point on the number line which shows its position or location on the line. In a coordinate plane that ordered pair, x,y , assigned to each point of the plane showing its position in relation to the x-axis and y-axis. Coordinate Plane A plane that consists of a horizontal and vertical number line, intersecting at right angles at their origins.

The number lines, called axes, divide the plane into four quadrants. Corresponding Sides If two polygons are similar the sides of the polygons in the same relative positions are corresponding sides and the ratio of the lengths of each pair is the same. Counterclockwise A circular movement opposite to the direction of the movement of the hands of a clock. Counting Numbers The counting numbers are the numbers in the following never-ending sequence: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, Coupon A percentage discount or a fixed amount of money taken off the sale price of an item.

A three-dimensional figure with parallel circular bases of equal size joined by a lateral surface whose net is a rectangle.

Data A collection of information, frequently in the form of numbers. Each individual piece of information is called a data point. Denominator The denominator of a fraction indicates into how many equal parts the whole is divided. The denominator appears beneath the fraction bar. Diameter A segment with endpoints on the circle that passes through its center.

Divisibility Suppose that n and d are integers, and that d is not 0. Equivalently, d is a factor of n or n is a multiple of d. We call a the dividend, b the divisor, q the quotient, and r the remainder. Edge A segment that joins consecutive vertices of a polygon or a polyhedron. Empirical Probability Probability determined by real data collected from real experiments. Equation A math sentence using the equal sign to state that two expressions represent the same number. Equilateral Triangle An equilateral triangle is a triangle with three congruent sides.

An equilateral triangle also has three congruent angles, which we can also call equiangular triangle.

Event An event is any subset of the sample space. A simple event is a subset of the sample space containing only one possible outcome of an experiment. A compound event is a subset of the sample space containing two or more outcomes.

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Exponent Suppose that n is a whole number. Then, for any number x, the nth power of x, or x to the nth power, is the product of n factors of the number x. Exponential Notation A notation that expresses a number in terms of a base and an exponent. Factor An integer that divides evenly into a dividend. Use interchangeably with divisor except in the Division Algorithm. Factorial The factorial of a non-negative number n is written n! By definition 0! Function A function is a rule which assigns to each member of a set of inputs, called the domain, a member of a set of outputs, called the range.

Greater than, Less Than Suppose that x and y are integers. An integer d is a common factor of m and n if d is a factor of both m and n. The greatest common factor, or GCF, of m and n is the greatest positive integer that is a factor of both m and n. Height The length of the perpendicular between the bases of a parallelogram or trapezoid; also the altitude of a triangle.

Improper Fraction A fraction in which the numerator is greater than or equal to the denominator. Independent Events If the outcome of the first event does not affect the outcome of the second event. Inequality A statement that one expression is less than or greater than another. Integers The collection of integers is composed of the counting numbers, their negatives, and zero; Isosceles Triangle A triangle with at least two sides of equal length is called an isosceles triangle. Lateral Area The surface area of any three-dimensional figure excluding the area of any surface designated as a base of the figure.

Lattice Point A point of the coordinate plane, x,y , in which both x and y are integers. Perry Le Grange May 30, pm. Raven Groom May 24, pm. All right, so we're gonna start by looking at vocabulary words. So the seven step strategy is a sheltered English strategy for teaching vocabulary. Step one would be having the students repeat the word three times.

So can we have you repeat after me. Students: Rising. Joe Burkett: Sea levels. Students: Sea levels. Joe Burkett: Step two would be providing translation in native language. Could I have someone read the translation for me?

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Mateo: [foreign ] Joe Burkett: All right. So you've a space to write that. And then step three we provide an academic definition. And could someone please read the definition for me? Gadiel: Increase the water level of the ocean. Joe Burkett: Ocean, nice job. Step four would be providing a definition that's more student friendly. An increase in the water level of the ocean.

Step five would be highlighting an aspect of the word that might be confusing, for example, false cognates. Step six would be providing a visual image for them to see. Okay what I want you to do is turn and talk to your partner about rising sea levels. So here, rising sea levels are dangerous because Turn and talk. Step seven is an activity which they can use the word in context, for instance, a turn and talk about using the vocabulary word where they're describing an image.

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Who would like to share? What did you talk about? Speaker 5: Sea level increasing and can kill many species of animal and also human. Joe Burkett: So you're saying extreme weather is connected to both of the other effects. A lot of times through the vocabulary you can really have the students engage in some of the content that you want them to focus on.