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THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS Book by Clement Clark Moore, ©1997 Theme: Christmas Grade Level: Pre-K - 2 Running Time: 7:00 SUMMARY THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMASis Clement Clark Moore’s well known story in verse of the magic of seeing Santa at work on Christmas Eve. OBJECTIVES • Children will learn about Christmas
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The A2 Key Vocabulary List was originally developed by Cambridge English in consultation with external consultants to guide item writers who produce materials for the A2 Key examination. It drew on vocabulary from the Council of Europe’s Waystage (1990) specification and other vocabulary which corpus evidence shows is high frequency.
It drew on vocabulary from the Council of Europe’s Waystage (1990) specification and other vocabulary which corpus evidence shows is high frequency. The list covers vocabulary appropriate to the A2 level on the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) and includes receptive vocabulary (words that the
general academic vocabulary instruction in all subject areas. District, Site, and Teacher Roles It is the district’s role to provide this document which includes the BUSD Grade Level Academic Vocabulary List to every teacher and administrator. The PD Office will provide Academic Vocabulary Development training to accompany the list. The PD
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publication Mathematics glossary for teachers in key stages 1 to 4 published by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority in 2003. It is intended to be used alongside the 2014 National Curriculum for teachers to check the meaning of the terms. This glossary is part of a wider suite of support of materials from the