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People with disabilities are – first and foremost – people who have individual abilities, interests and needs.

First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind: Level 1 (Second Edition)  (First Language Lessons) by Jessie Wise http://smile.amazon.com/dp/1933339446/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_wP1oub1GF1CA8

First Language Lessons for the Well-Trained Mind: Level 1 (Second Edition) (First Language Lessons)/Jessie Wise

First Language Lessons -- grammar and language for elementary ages.  Fully scripted short lessons.  Surprisingly fun!

First Language Lessons - a great resource for grammar, reading comprehension skills, and an introduction to poetry. Concepts are presented slowly and allow for mastery before continuing. Has very little handwriting, so is great for the reluctant writer!

In the beginning of a new school year, we have to revise or teach some classroom instructions. I created a four-part set on classroom language/instructions. This is the first one with some pictures, instructions, negative instructions. Hope you find it useful. - ESL worksheets

In the beginning of a new school year, we have to revise or teach some classroom instructions. I created a four-part set on classroom language/instructions.

First Language Lessons for the Well Trained Mind ~ Poem Printables

First Language Lessons ~ Poem Printables

Una infografía sobre Aprende inglés: 8 importantes phrasal vebs de movimiento. Un saludo [Infographic provided by Grammar.net]

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8 important phrasal verbs of movement [infographic] Phrasals are phfun! These little nuggets have no rules and simply develop through use within the English language. Here are eight phrasal verbs based on movement.

In English, there are some nouns and verbs which have the same form. However, their pronunciation is different. Usually, the stress falls on the first syllable, when one of these words  is used as a noun, whereas when it is used as a verb, it has the stress on the second syllable.  Have a look at the list below to become familiar these verbs and nouns so that you can avoid pronunciation mistakes.

In English, there are some nouns and verbs which have the same form. However, their pronunciation is different. Usually, the stress falls on the first syllable, when one of these words is used as a noun, whereas when it is used as a verb, it has the stress on the second syllable. Have a look at the list below to become familiar these verbs and nouns so that you can avoid pronunciation mistakes.

Why Person-First Language (PFL) Doesn’t Always Put the Person First - Emily Ladau explains and offers Identity-First Language (IFL) as an alternative. Read her post at http://www.thinkinclusive.us/why-person-first-language-doesnt-always-put-the-person-first/.

Emily Ladau explains why person-first language is not always preferred by disabled people.

Why Person-First Language Doesn’t Always Put the Person First

Emily Ladau explains why person-first language is not always preferred by disabled people.

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