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Read Aloud eBooks with Adaptive Assessment – Video

Posted by englishlessons on May 4, 2018

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Parent Guides in English and Spanish for Read Aloud eBooks with Adaptive assessment

Posted by englishlessons on March 23, 2018

Parent Guides in English & Spanish for Read Aloud eBooks with Adaptive Assessment for K-5

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Join us at the CUE Conference in Palm Springs – March 15- 17 at Booth 602

Posted by englishlessons on February 15, 2018

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Free Pilots for Vocabulary Builder: Animal Tales for grades 6-8

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Posted by englishlessons on December 30, 2017

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Idiom of the week – Take the helm

Posted by englishlessons on November 24, 2017

Definition:

Take control of something
Examples:


That company hired a new CEO; he took the helm last month.

The candidate took the helm of that federal agency just last week.

Idioms in English

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Idiom of the week – Let someone off the hook

Posted by englishlessons on October 24, 2017

Definition:

Let someone out of a difficult situation or let someone avoid doing something unpleasant

Examples:


I asked him to make a presentation, but he was so nervous about it that I let him off the hook and chose someone else to present.

I am relieved that my manager let me off the hook and gave the new project to someone else.

Idioms in English

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Join us at CATEOL Santa Clara

Posted by englishlessons on October 16, 2017

Join us at CATESOL in Santa Clara for a presentation by the author on “Read Aloud eBooks with Adaptive Assessment” on Saturday, 10/21/17 at 9:45 AM in Room H2 Bayshore West (Booth 114)

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Read Aloud eBooks

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Idiom of the week – Blow through something

Posted by englishlessons on September 20, 2017

Definition:

Use up/consume

Examples:


That start-up blew through the first round of funding in less than a year.

He blew through his inheritance so quickly that it surprised everyone.

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2017 Academics’ Choice Smart Book award for Mind-Building Excellence

Posted by englishlessons on August 25, 2017

The Read Aloud eBooks series with Adaptive Assessment earns 2017 Academics’ Choice Smart Book award for Mind-Building Excellence

Smart Book Award

Read Aloud eBooks

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Idiom of the week – Blow over

Posted by englishlessons on August 17, 2017

Definition:

Become unimportant after some time

Examples:


Don’t worry; the controversy about this will blow over soon.

As she predicted, the press frenzy blew over in a few weeks as reporters went on to other issues.

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