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Dialogue Activities for ESL Students

Practicing dialogues is a great way for English students to test their skills and develop a better grasp of the language. Dialogues are useful for a number of reasons: Dialogues provide models on which students can base their own conversations. Dialogues force students to focus on language production in a way that helps them practice correct usage.
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The Animals of Ice Age

The three main characters we all know from the movie Ice Age and its sequels are all based on animals that lived during the glacial age that began during the Pleistocene epoch. However, the identity of the acorn-obsessed saber-toothed squirrel named Scrat turned out to be a scientific surprise. Manny the Mammoth Manny is a woolly mammoth ( Mammuthus primigenius ), a species that lived about 200,000 years ago on the steppes of eastern Eurasia and North America.
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Yankee Stadium

Yankee Stadium, “The House That Ruth Built” and the first triple-deck structure in baseball, is located in the Bronx, New York City. It is the home stadium of New York Yankees of the American League of Major League Baseball.The Yankees, and the landlord New York Giants of the National League, played in the Polo Grounds until 1913.
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15 Surveys for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Graders to Practice Graphing

Data graphing is a mathematical skill rigorously taught to students today and for very good reason. The ability to construct or interpret graphs is a necessary foundation for developing more sophisticated data literacy, but graphs help students learn long before they are introduced to statistics by allowing them to visualize information.
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