Fun Easy English Classroom October 2019
 
 
 
 
Happy Halloween

Celebrate Halloween and learn all about this holiday. Grammar focus is on punctuation.
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American Federal Holiday    Miscellaneous Holiday
(see holiday list below)
Classroom Schedule October 2019
Date Main Lessons Additional Lessons
October 1 Acronyms - letter B  
October 2 Slang - letter Q  
October 3 Slang - letter R  
October 4 Acronyms - letter C  
October 5 Slang - letter S  
October 6 Grammar - loose sentences  
October 7 Grammar - periodic sentences  
October 8 Pronunciation - lesson 36  
October 9 Acronyms - letter D  
October 10 Grammar - punctuation  
October 11 Reductions - typa  
October 12 Pronunciation - lesson 37  
October 13 Acronyms - letter E  
October 14 Reductions: donno  
October 15 Grammar - apostrophes  
October 16 Pronunciation - lesson 38  
October 17 Reductions - dunno  
October 18 Grammar - brackets  
October 19 Grammar - colons  
October 20 Alphabet writing - letter U  
October 21 Reductions - coulda  
October 22 Grammar - commas  
October 23 Acronyms - letter F  
October 24 Acronyms - letter G  
October 25 Grammar - dashes  
October 26 Alphabet writing - letter V  
October 27 Acronyms - letter H  
October 28 Idioms - letter Q  
October 29 Idioms - letter R  
October 30 Idioms - letter S  
October 31 Activity - Crossword of the Day  
Holidays October 2019
October 8 - Yom Kippur - Test your reading comprehension about Yom Kippur. (begins at sunset)
October 13 - Sukkot - Test your reading comprehension about Sukkot. (begins at sunset)
October 14 - Columbus Day - Test your reading comprehension about Columbus Day.
October 24 - United Nations Day - Test your reading comprehension about United Nations Day.
October 27 - Diwali/Deepavali - Test your reading comprehension about Diwali/Deepavali.
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