Monday, August 14, 2017

Weeks#1 & #2 - Orientation & Getting Acquainted


We will spend the first week of  class getting acquainted with each other and getting oriented to the course methods and tools.


 Assignments  
     by Septenber 5, 11:59pm (for those registered week#1)
Register for a Gmail account if you don't already have one.

Create a Blogger BlogBlogger Guide here and Screencast here
Join
please join the class Band  ENG265-01 
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ebsite: Band.us   Apps Android   Apple    Band Screencast
 
Other Apps to install:
Blogger

Google Drive
Google Docs
Quizlet
First Writing Assignment:  (Due September 10, 6pm)

List all of the different parts of your identity.  Then write 300 or more words describing at least three different parts of your identity.  Please do this on a Google Doc in your ENG265 Writing Folder. Feel free to include any related photos. You can see Jeff's Example here. When you are done, please copy and paste your writing into the Class Band.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Collocations


Collocations are partly or fully fixed expressions that become established through repeated context-dependent use. Such terms as 'crystal clear', 'middle management', 'nuclear family', and 'cosmetic surgery' are examples of collocated pairs of words.

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Phrasal Verbs

Phrasal verb is the name given to an English verb which is composed of two or three words. One verb is combined with a preposition (like on, in, under) or an adverb (like up, down, away). Sometimes a phrasal verb can have a meaning that is very different to the meaning of at least one of those two or three words separately. 
Here are some examples:
Maria didn't know the word, so she looked it up in the dictionary.
Oh no, we've run out of milk! I'll have to buy some more.
Farmers have to get up early in the morning.
The rocket took off with a loud roar.

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From UsingEnglish.com

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