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Featured Tutor Lesson: Late Again!

posted Oct 20, 2011, 9:30 AM by Danica Draper   [ updated Oct 20, 2011, 9:43 AM ]
Karen Pell, tutor at Bronx Library Center, designed the following lesson to compliment Late Again!, once of the most popular new books in the CRW collection.  Open the attachments below to see the following lessons:
  1. Sequencing activity for Late Again! 
  2. Cloze activity for Late Again! 
Sequencing (putting items in order) and cloze (filling in the missing word) activities are excellent comprehension exercises.  They are suitable for beginners (low L-level) as a verbal activity with a high level of assistance from the tutor.  For higher-level beginners and intermediate students (E-level), you can allow greater independence or assign as homework. 
 
Look out for more lessons from Karen, especially related to grammar.  Coming soon!
If you have lessons to share on Tutor Hub, please email them to Danica Draper danicadraper@nypl.org.
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