Mark Kulek's Question Practice Playlist (74 videos!)
Sept 19 Milpitas Adult School celebrates Constitution and Citizenship Week!
This culminated a four week introduction the topics of Citizenship, the Constitution, civil rights, and civic responsibilities to our ESL and Citizenship students. We celebrated by signing the Constitution, taking pictures, and CAKE! Make sure you download our Handy 100 Question guide for easy self-study. (Flickr show)
What is he / she doing? What are they doing?
The teacher is talking.
The students are listening.
The students are carrying the bananas into school.
The men are carrying 8 tables and 6 chairs to the hallway.
The men are covering the tables with paper.
The men are taping the paper to the tables.
ESL 1 students are signing the Constitution.
The women are going to the computer room.
The men are helping other students sign the Constitution.
Two men are giving the students papers about the Constitution.
The students are signing the Constitution.
The teacher is taking many photos.
At 10:00 am, the ESL 1 men and women students are changing jobs.
The men are going to the computer room.
The women are helping the other students sign the Constitution.
Two women are giving students papers about the Constitution.
Some women students are cutting two cakes.
The cakes say: “Happy Constitution Day!” and “I signed the Constitution.”
The women are putting pieces of cake on plates with a fork.
One student is cutting apples and bananas.
The women are putting the food on the tables.
All students and teachers are coming to eat.
Everyone is eating!
We are very happy!
ESL 1 and 2
- Beginning Citizenship Interview and Quiz for Constitution Day
- US Constitution Quick Quiz (picture vocabulary)
ESL 3 and 4
- Hao Thi Vu (Vietnam): A Quick Interview for US Constitution and Citizenship Day 2014 based on the new N-400r http://goo.gl/xoDSyl (2014)
- Summary of the US Constitution PDF http://goo.gl/CVxDwZ (2015)