Computer Lab Assignments


May 22, 2018

  1. Practice symptom words.
  2. Read and listen to the story.  Do the exercises.
  3. Do a lesson in USA Learns.
  4. You Choose:
    • Learn American English Online – This website covers everything: listening, speaking, reading, writing, with easy-to-understand videos.  The 1st level is the BLUE level.  Start there and then continue with the more difficult levels.
    • Grammar, Grammar, Grammar.
    • Starfall.  If you want easy pronunciation, go to ABCs.  If you want stories, go to I’m Reading.
    • Practice dictation.  Listen and write what you hear.  Too easy?  Try this.
    • Learn to type.  Select Typing Lessons.
    • Games!

May 15, 2018

  1. Go to the Merriam Webster Learner Dictionary.  Complete the worksheet.
  2. Practice body parts words.
  3. Do a lesson in USA Learns.

May 8, 2018

  1. Measurements – read about inches, feet and yards.
  2. Measurements – then do a fun quiz.
  3. Do a lesson in USA Learns.  Follow the instructions on your handout to register.
  4. You choose.  Choose from the list below.

April 24, 2018

  1. Go to your Highline College email.  Reply to Janet’s email.  Follow instructions on the handout Nikki reviewed.
  2. Complete the Library worksheet.
  3. Grammar – possessive pronouns.
  4. Grammar – more possessive pronouns.
  5. Take a spelling quiz.
  6. You choose.  Choose from the list below.

April 17, 2018

  1. Write an email to Janet following the instructions on your handout.
  2. Grammar – ordinal numbers.
  3. Grammar – more ordinal numbers.
  4. You choose.  Choose from the list below.

April 10, 2018

  1. Answer the questions about presidents on the ESL America/Life Skills worksheet.
  2. Continue the worksheet.  Answer questions about Washington State.
  3. Grammar – Plurals.
  4. Grammar – Be verb.
  5. Grammar – Be verb-negative.
  6. You Choose:
    1. Read and listen to the story.  Answer the questions and do the exercises.
    2. Starfall – very easy pronunciation.  Start with ABCs.
    3. Go to and play Hangman. Start with something easy like “Days of the Week” or “Months.”
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