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20 terms
Pharmacy Vocabulary ESL/ELL
drugstore
prescription
over-the-counter
emergency room
pharmacy; store where medicine is sold
A written order from a doctor for a specific medicine
medications available without a prescription at the pharmacy.
a room in a hospital that provides immediate medical treatment
drugstore
pharmacy; store where medicine is sold
prescription
A written order from a doctor for a specific medicine
33 terms
Symptoms/Illnesses ESL/ELL
nose bleed
broken nose
runny nose
rash
when the blood vessels in the nasal cavity are broke
damage to the septal cartilage
the condition when fluid escapes from the nose
a general term for skin eruption
nose bleed
when the blood vessels in the nasal cavity are broke
broken nose
damage to the septal cartilage
20 terms
Pharmacy Vocabulary ELL/ ESL Spanish
Drugstore
Over-the-counter
Emergency room
Prescription
farmacia
Medicamento sin prescripción o receta médica
Sala de emergencias
Receta médica
Drugstore
farmacia
Over-the-counter
Medicamento sin prescripción o receta médica
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Pharmacy Vocabulary ELL/ ESL Spanish
Drugstore
Over-the-counter
Emergency room
Prescription
farmacia
Medicamento sin prescripción o receta médica
Sala de emergencias
Receta médica
Drugstore
farmacia
Over-the-counter
Medicamento sin prescripción o receta médica
33 terms
Symptoms/Illnesses ESL/ELL Spanish
nose bleed
broken nose
runny nose
rash
Hemorragia por la Nariz
Nariz rota
Condicion en la que fluido escapa por la nariz
Un termino general para erupciones en la piel. Sarpullido
nose bleed
Hemorragia por la Nariz
broken nose
Nariz rota
23 terms
ELL idioms
Call their bluff
Calm before the storm
Carry the ball
Cast the first stone
To prove a challenge
Period of peace before a major disturbance
Incharge, boss, responsible
Attack/ blame/ critize someone without evidence
Call their bluff
To prove a challenge
Calm before the storm
Period of peace before a major disturbance
33 terms
Symptoms/Illnesses ESL/ELL Spanish
nose bleed
broken nose
runny nose
rash
Hemorragia por la Nariz
Nariz rota
Condicion en la que fluido escapa por la nariz
Un termino general para erupciones en la piel. Sarpullido
nose bleed
Hemorragia por la Nariz
broken nose
Nariz rota
14 terms
ESL Idioms
It is raining cats and dogs.
I couldn't decide what to do, so my mo…
We weren't sure what time we would be…
I hate going to the dentist, but it is…
raining a lot
think more about something
just see what happens and go from there
do something that you really don't want to do.
It is raining cats and dogs.
raining a lot
I couldn't decide what to do, so my mo…
think more about something
29 terms
ESL Idioms
Give it a shot
Speak your mind
A piece of cake
Slipped my mind
Try
Say what you really feel
Very easy
I forgot
Give it a shot
Try
Speak your mind
Say what you really feel
164 terms
MTEL ESL/ ELL Study Cards
Acquisition
Additive Bilingualism
Affective Filter
Alphabetic Principle
(Krashen) Learners develop language competence in a subconsci…
Development of the 2nd language without detriment to the nati…
(Krashen) A metaphorical barrier that prevents learners from…
The relationship between letters or combinations of letters (…
Acquisition
(Krashen) Learners develop language competence in a subconsci…
Additive Bilingualism
Development of the 2nd language without detriment to the nati…
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ESL Idioms
on the right track
on the same page
warm-up
like clockwork
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
in agreement, thinking the same way
an activity done at the beginning of class to get students re…
happening regularly or consistently, predictable
on the right track
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
on the same page
in agreement, thinking the same way
21 terms
ESL Idioms
It's raining cats and dogs.
To see a man about a dog.
Happy as Larry.
She is over the moon.
It's raining a lot.
To undertake private business.
Very happy.
Very happy.
It's raining cats and dogs.
It's raining a lot.
To see a man about a dog.
To undertake private business.
15 terms
ESL idiom
play it by ear
a rain ticket
up tight
off the hook
do things as they happen
a free ticket to something
nervous,tense,annoyed
get out of an awkward situation not to be held responsible, o…
play it by ear
do things as they happen
a rain ticket
a free ticket to something
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ESL Idioms
It is raining cats and dogs.
To pass a test with flying colors.
Something costs an arm and a leg.
You are barking up the wrong tree.
It is raining a lot.
To be very good in a test.
Something is very expensive.
You are accusing the wrong person.
It is raining cats and dogs.
It is raining a lot.
To pass a test with flying colors.
To be very good in a test.
10 terms
ESL Idioms
(To) Hit the books
(To) Hit the sack
(To) Twist someone's arm
(To be) Up in the air
to study
to go to sleep
to convince someone to do something
uncertain, unsure; usually about plans
(To) Hit the books
to study
(To) Hit the sack
to go to sleep
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ESL Idioms
It is raining cats and dogs.
To pass a test with flying colors.
Something costs an arm and a leg.
You are barking up the wrong tree.
It is raining a lot.
To be very good in a test.
Something is very expensive.
You are accusing the wrong person.
It is raining cats and dogs.
It is raining a lot.
To pass a test with flying colors.
To be very good in a test.
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ESL Idioms
on the right track
on the same page
like clockwork
raise the bar
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
in agreement, thinking the same way
happening regularly or consistently, predictable
set a higher standard or make something more challenging
on the right track
thinking almost correctly or doing something that will lead t…
on the same page
in agreement, thinking the same way
47 terms
ESL idioms
exhausted
peel
put off
grocery
1. extremely tired ... 2. having or containing no more of a part…
1.to remove the skin from fruit or vegetables... 2.if skin, pape…
1.to delay doing something or to arrange to do something at a…
1. groceries [plural] food and other goods that are sold by a…
exhausted
1. extremely tired ... 2. having or containing no more of a part…
peel
1.to remove the skin from fruit or vegetables... 2.if skin, pape…
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Idioms for ESL
scaredy cat
it's raining cats and dogs
a little birdie told me
she had a cow
a person afraid of something
it's raining heavily
a secret person told me
got very upset
scaredy cat
a person afraid of something
it's raining cats and dogs
it's raining heavily
45 terms
ESL Idioms
Let the cat out of the bag
Don't back down
Hear it from the horse's mouth
Taste of your own medicine
to reveal a secret or truth
to not lessen or drop an earlier rigid position on something;…
you hear it from the person who has direct personal knowledge…
to be mistreated as you mistreated someone else
Let the cat out of the bag
to reveal a secret or truth
Don't back down
to not lessen or drop an earlier rigid position on something;…
26 terms
ESL idioms
Ripe old age
At the drop of a hat
blank slate
to wipe off the map
高齡
即刻
新的開始
完全消除
Ripe old age
高齡
At the drop of a hat
即刻
20 terms
CTEL ELL ESL Teaching Strategies
If you are going to take the CTEL, Sub…
These are all helpful teaching strateg…
Cooperative Learning
Culture in the classroom
Competencies... 6. Theories, processes and stages of language ac…
...
Teacher assists students with learning tasks rather than dire…
*Teachers recognizes there is diversity among students; ... *Tea…
If you are going to take the CTEL, Sub…
Competencies... 6. Theories, processes and stages of language ac…
These are all helpful teaching strateg…
...
15 terms
Hit and Kicked/ EAL/ESL/ELL
hit
kicked
punched
pushed
hit
kicked
15 terms
ESL Idioms
Lend a hand
Give (one) a hand
Give (one) a big hand
Lift a finger
To help
(1) To help; (2) To applaud
To applaud
To help someone, but not much. Used when (1) declining help (…
Lend a hand
To help
Give (one) a hand
(1) To help; (2) To applaud
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CTEL ELL EL ESL SADAIE strategies
SDAIE
SDAIE - 5 Components of
4 Needs of ELLs that SDAIE addresses
SDAIE classroom - 2 models that promot…
Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English: Classroom…
1. Teacher Attitude... 2. Content... 3. Connections... 4. Comprehensib…
1. Learn grade appropriate content... 2. Master English vocabula…
1. Complex Interaction Model (CI): students in a group are gi…
SDAIE
Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English: Classroom…
SDAIE - 5 Components of
1. Teacher Attitude... 2. Content... 3. Connections... 4. Comprehensib…
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ESL idioms
Copy cat
My car is lemon
Cool as a cucumber
Written all over your face
Used to describe someone who copies another person's work
Means year car doesn't work very well
Very calm and composed and untroubled by stress
Everyone can tell how you ate feeling by looking at your face
Copy cat
Used to describe someone who copies another person's work
My car is lemon
Means year car doesn't work very well
27 terms
CTEL ESL ELL EL Best Practices
These are all "best practices" for tea…
BEST PRACTICE: Acquiring Language Func…
BEST PRACTICE: Acquiring Language Func…
BEST PRACTICE: Acquiring Language Func…
...
Instrumental: practice a list of ways to request actions of o…
Regulatory take turns acting as timekeeper and taskmaster in…
Keep records of classroom pets, weather patterns, or commonly…
These are all "best practices" for tea…
...
BEST PRACTICE: Acquiring Language Func…
Instrumental: practice a list of ways to request actions of o…
24 terms
IDIOMS : English Idioms for ESL
as easy as pie
be sick and tired of
bend over backwards
bite off than one can chew
"very easy" (same as "a piece of cake") .
"I hate" (also "can't stand") .
"try very hard" (maybe too much!) .
"take responsibility for than one can manage" .
as easy as pie
"very easy" (same as "a piece of cake") .
be sick and tired of
"I hate" (also "can't stand") .
10 terms
ESL/ELL IV Adv Unit 1
Commerce
Unintelligible
Vessel
Commemorate
the exchange or buying and selling of goods
not able to be understood
a ship or large boat
do something to remind people
Commerce
the exchange or buying and selling of goods
Unintelligible
not able to be understood
21 terms
CTEL, ELL, ESL, EL Teaching Vocabulary
CTEL - this may not be on the test but…
Best Practice Teaching Vocab
collocations
context
...
Vocab collocations- words that commonly co-appear ex. lose yo…
words that commonly co-appear ex. lose your way, lose your ke…
Use CONTEXT not lists
CTEL - this may not be on the test but…
...
Best Practice Teaching Vocab
Vocab collocations- words that commonly co-appear ex. lose yo…
8 terms
Zoo Pros and Cons EAL/ ELL/ ESL
pros and cons
pros
cons
on the one hand
The good things and the bad things.... The positive and the nega…
The good things. The positive side.... 有利的
The bad things. The negatives side.... 有弊的
一方面
pros and cons
The good things and the bad things.... The positive and the nega…
pros
The good things. The positive side.... 有利的
10 terms
English Idioms - ESL
Living in a fantasy. It means the pers…
Extremely frightened, anxious or scared
Wait a moment. Used to ​tell someone t…
Weakened or tired after trying many ti…
Head in the clouds
Heart in your mouth
Hold your horses
Until you are blue in the face
Living in a fantasy. It means the pers…
Head in the clouds
Extremely frightened, anxious or scared
Heart in your mouth
38 terms
ESL- useful English Idioms
a hot potato
an arm and a leg
at the drop of a hat
back to the drawing board
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
very expensive
instantly, without hesitation
start all over again
a hot potato
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
an arm and a leg
very expensive
12 terms
ESL 033: Idioms
tearjerkers
rough it
out-of-the-way
is eliminated, removed
stories that are sad and make people cry
live in a simple, uncomfortable way
far away and difficult to reach
kicked out
tearjerkers
stories that are sad and make people cry
rough it
live in a simple, uncomfortable way
18 terms
ESL 3: Idioms
act of God
ad nauseum
ad hoc
albatross around one's neck
an event beyond human control
to go one endlessly
a phrase describing something created especially for a partic…
an annoying burden
act of God
an event beyond human control
ad nauseum
to go one endlessly
24 terms
ESL 2 - 2nd Quarter Idioms
Be ticked off at someone or about some…
Be wired
Chill out
Dis someone
(be really upset)
(to be hyperactive perhaps from too much sugar or caffeine)
(to cool down in temperature, emotion, etc.)
(to show disrespect to someone)
Be ticked off at someone or about some…
(be really upset)
Be wired
(to be hyperactive perhaps from too much sugar or caffeine)
32 terms
English idioms 1 ESL
to let up
let up
let up
lets up for a moment
Meaning: to slacken, to lessen in intensity. A reduction in s…
there is no sign yet of a _ in the recession.
if the rain does not _ soon, we won't be able to have our pic…
when Jane is working, she never _ for a moment
to let up
Meaning: to slacken, to lessen in intensity. A reduction in s…
let up
there is no sign yet of a _ in the recession.
70 terms
ESL 2 Idioms
Ace (verb)
all right (3x)
antsy
as easy as pie
To do very well
okay/ to agree
impatient/ unable to keep still
very easy
Ace (verb)
To do very well
all right (3x)
okay/ to agree
15 terms
ESL Idioms 3
fit to be tied
keep on your toes
out of whack
pull yourself together
very angry or upset
stay alert; be ready
broken; not working correctly
calm down
fit to be tied
very angry or upset
keep on your toes
stay alert; be ready
12 terms
ESL Idiom Review
Sweet tooth
Night owl
The ball is in your court
a home away from home
A person who likes to eat sweets
A person who stays up late into the night
it is up to you to make the next move
a place where one is as happy, relaxed, or comfortable as in…
Sweet tooth
A person who likes to eat sweets
Night owl
A person who stays up late into the night
13 terms
THE IDIOM ESL 960
keep up with the Joneses
take it easy
take your breath away
top-of-the-line
try to be as rich, successfull, etc as your neighbours
relax
to be extremely beautiful or surprising
The best quality
keep up with the Joneses
try to be as rich, successfull, etc as your neighbours
take it easy
relax
10 terms
ESL Music Idioms
a jam session
blow your own horn | blow your own tru…
change your tune
face the music
If musicians play in a jam session, they play whatever they f…
If you blow your own horn, or blow your own trumpet, you prou…
If you change your tune, you change your opinion about someth…
If someone has to face the music, they have to accept the con…
a jam session
If musicians play in a jam session, they play whatever they f…
blow your own horn | blow your own tru…
If you blow your own horn, or blow your own trumpet, you prou…
14 terms
ESL Language of Love Idioms
double date
blind date
to go Dutch
to break up
a date where two couples go out together
a date arranged by a third party for two people who have not…
a date where each person pays his or her own way
to end a relationship
double date
a date where two couples go out together
blind date
a date arranged by a third party for two people who have not…
47 terms
ESL Vocab. & idioms
Bribe (n/v)
Blemish (n)
Condition (n)
Efficient (adj.)
To offer something good for something.
An imperfection(skin,reputation).
A requirement for something to happen.
To get the good/ The best result.
Bribe (n/v)
To offer something good for something.
Blemish (n)
An imperfection(skin,reputation).
107 terms
ESL idioms advanced
SEGMENT
CONSONANT
SYLLABLE
PREFIX
vi.to cut up, divide up... proportion, part, portion,percent
a speech sound that is not a vowel
A unit of speech heard as a single sound; one "beat" of a wor…
an affix that added in front of the word
SEGMENT
vi.to cut up, divide up... proportion, part, portion,percent
CONSONANT
a speech sound that is not a vowel
107 terms
ESL Idioms to know
Cut to the Chase
Curiosity Killed The Cat
Cup Of Joe
Cry Wolf
Leave out all the unnecessary details and just get to the poi…
Being Inquisitive can lead you into a dangerous situation.
A cup of coffee.
Intentionally raise a false alarm.
Cut to the Chase
Leave out all the unnecessary details and just get to the poi…
Curiosity Killed The Cat
Being Inquisitive can lead you into a dangerous situation.
38 terms
ESL- useful English Idioms
a hot potato
an arm and a leg
at the drop of a hat
back to the drawing board
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
very expensive
instantly, without hesitation
start all over again
a hot potato
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
an arm and a leg
very expensive
45 terms
ESL idioms 2
Relevant
Portfolio
Discipline
Awesome
related, connected
a collection of work representing your progress and skill
controlled behavior
very impressive
Relevant
related, connected
Portfolio
a collection of work representing your progress and skill
38 terms
ESL- useful English Idioms
a hot potato
an arm and a leg
at the drop of a hat
back to the drawing board
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
very expensive
instantly, without hesitation
start all over again
a hot potato
a topic which is controversial or a topic which many people a…
an arm and a leg
very expensive
11 terms
ELL/ESL - Simple Past: Irregulars - Set II
(to) catch
(to) teach
(to) dream
(to) be
caught
taught
dreampt
was, were
(to) catch
caught
(to) teach
taught
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