Teaching Tuesday Week 1

Learning is a life-long process. It’s a journey that challenges and strengthens me to be a better person. I enjoy discovering fascinating pieces of information. I love seeing faces light up while they proudly share knowledge with me.

Additionally, I feel what I know adds value to others. While conversing with an individual, I can share labels for objects, which the British call differently.

That said, I’m going to begin Teaching Tuesday. This series will inform, educate, inspire, and challenge you beyond your writing.


Something to Learn

BASICS OF ENGLISH GRAMMAR

5 BASIC PARTS OF SPEECH:

Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, & Pronouns


A PERSON, PLACE, THING, OR IDEA.

EXAMPLES:
PERSON PLACETHINGIDEA
BrandyItalyblogtrust
teacherschoolballfriendship
sisterchurchshoememory
Principal homestoveresponsibility
Coachfieldlanestrength
Bossofficedeadlinedicipline

Something to Know

DID YOU KNOW facts:

These will be things that I’ve discovered while searching the web.

  1. The UK is a collection of 4 islands
  2. Authors, such as Willian Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, came from the UK.
  3. The English language was the first language spoken in medieval England. It is also the United Kingdom’s official language, and 95% of the population speaks English. (cited here)
  4. An 11,073 mi (17,820 km) long coastline of Great Britain connects it to the European mainland through the Channel Tunnel, the world’s longest underwater tunnel. (cited here)
  5. There are more Indian restaurants in London compared to Indian cities like Delhi or Mumbai. (cited here)


Something to Make

Naleśniki

(Polish Crepes)

The Spruce / Julia Estrada

Here, you’ll find the ingredients, nutritional facts, and cooking instructions.

Until next time, Stay Safe, Speak Life, and Spread Kindness!

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