1. First, look at the website 'E-HOW' (just Google it)
2. Second, find an E-How topic of interest
3. Then, read the 10 easy steps or watch the 3 minute E-how Video of your choice
4. Notice the "Sequence Words" like 'First', 'Second', 'Next', 'Then', 'Finally', etc. used in giving instructions.
5. Next, make a few notes on cue cards.
6. After that, present your E-How topic to the class.
7. The next step is to take a topic that you are expert in and write your own 5-10 step E-how.
8. Finally, CLICK the 'speech bubbles' and add your writing to the ASSIGNMENT '5-10 Step Instructions Using Sequence Words

- Kinetic 4/16



5 Techniques to Speak Any Language

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WLHr1_EVtQ&feature=em-subs_digest-vrecs

Kinetic - 5/17

How to Initialize your Cellphone Mailbox

1. First, enter your password on your cellphone.
2. Second, enter your cellphone number and wait for the instructions to set up your mailbox.
3. Then, follow the instructions to set up your recorded message on your mailbox.
4. After you record your message, ask someone to call you and leave a message.
5. Finally try to retrieve your message to test if your cellphone mailbox has been initialized correctly.

- Kinetic 4/16


Daily Routine

SEQUENCE Words > Exercises


Daily Routine

List on the board, in random order, several activities that are a part of the typical daily routine for a student. Include things such as do homework, eat lunch, wake up, eat breakfast, go to bed, arrive at school and go home. Call on one student to describe her typical weekday, creating full sentences, ordering the events listed on the board and including others that come to mind. Then ask another student to begin retelling what the first student said by listing the first event. For example, "Ayan wakes up at 6 o'clock." Call on another student to describe the next thing she does, and continue asking different students to add one more sentence. After this oral activity, ask students to write about their routines on Saturdays or over the summer.

Comics

Cut apart a comic strip and mix them up. After each pair of students arrange their cartoon pictures in order, they write down the story using their own words.

Strip Story

Choose a story, either one we've already read in class or a new one, with a clear and logical order of events. Before printing the story, separate each sentence onto its own line or lines. Make a copy of the story for each group of three to four students. Cut the sentences apart, shuffle each set and distribute a set to each group. Ask them to put the sentences in order to tell the story. For additional practice, after you check their sequencing, you may collect the strips of paper and ask students to retell the story by writing it down on their own.

Demonstration

A speaker often uses sequencing words such as "first," "then" and "next" when explaining how to do a task. Practice using sequencing words in your speaking by giving short demonstration speeches. Select a topic that other students want to know about and something that's hands-on so all students can follow along by doing the task as you explain it. Demonstrations such as how to make a paper glider or how to make a bird call with one's hands and
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Timelines

a) Timelines are ideal for learning sequencing. Students begin by creating a timeline about their own lives, starting with their birth, continuing to early childhood, and ending in the present. Students may include pictures of themselves and their families at each stage.

b) Students may also describe a timeline biography of a famous person.
Students should include any important events and accomplishments in the individual's life. Each student should share her timeline with the class in a five-minute oral presentation.

SEQUENCE WORD LIST

Abruptly
After
After a few days
After a long time
After a short time
After a while
After that
Afterward
All at once
All of the time
All the while
Always
As long as
As soon as
At first
At last
At length
At present
At that time
At the beginning
At the end
At that onset
At the same time
At this moment
At times
Before
Begin
By now
Commence
Commencing
Concurrently
Consequently
Continually
Currently
Cyclically
Directly
During
Earlier
Embark
Eventually
Every time
Final
Finally
First
Following
Following that
Former
Formerly
Frequently
From this point
Generally
Gradual
Henceforth
Hereafter
Heretofore
Immediately
In an instant
In awhile
In conclusion
In the end
In the first place
In the future
In the last place
In the meantime
In the past
In the second place
In turn
In frequently
Initial
Instantly
Instantaneously
Intermittent
Just then
Last
Last of all
Lastly
Later
Later on
Later that day
Little by little
Meanwhile
Momentarily
Never
Next
Not at all
Not long after
Not long ago
Now
Occasionally
Of late
Often
Often time
On the next occasion
Once
Once upon a time
Past
Periodically
Preceding
Present
Presently
Previously
Prior to
Promptly
Quick
Rarely
Recently
Repeatedly
Right after
Right away
Second
Seldom
Sequentially
Shorty
Simultaneously
Slow
So far
Some of the time
Some time
Soon
Soon after
Soon afterward
Sporadically
Starting with
Subsequently
Suddenly
Temporary
The latter
The next
The final
Then
Thereafter
This instant
Third
To begin with
To conclude
To finish
Today
Tomorrow
Twice
Uncommon
Ultimately
Until
Until now
Usually
When
While
Yesterday
Yet




How to tie your shoes:
www.ted.com/talks/terry_moore_how_to_tie_your_shoes


HOW a Scout Builds a CAMPFIRE


  1. First, chop dead tree limb into 16-18 inch logs and split one log into smaller chunks.
  2. Then, bandage left thumb.
  3. Second, split a few smaller chunks into thin slivers of kindling.
  4. Then, bandage left foot.
  5. Next, make a teepee structure of kindling slivers - including those embedded in hand.
  6. Then, light match
  7. Again, light another match
  8. Repeat, "A Scout is cheerful" and light yet another match.
  9. Then, apply burnt match to slivers, add wood shavings and blow gently into base of flames.
  10. Now, apply burn ointment to nose
  11. When fire is burning, collect more wood
  12. When fire is burning well, add all remaining firewood.
  13. Finally, after thunderstorm has passed, repeat above steps.

- Kinetic 4/16


HOW to Open a Book: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ueO0o8BwsmI&feature=youtu.be

Funny ;-) Keep it simple !

- Kinetic 4/16

wikiHOW > How to Make Everyone Feel Special

http://www.wikihow.com/Make-Everyone-Feel-Special