©NEFC, Inc. Morning Meeting Greetings Greetings for Early in the Year "Good Morning" Greeting Two participants face each other, make friendly eye contact, and say, "Good morning, _____," using each other's first name.
© 2008 Northeast Foundation for Children, Inc. , 85 Avenue A Suite 204, P.O. Box 718, Turners Falls, MA 01376 800-360-6332 • www.responsiveclassroom.org Morning Meeting Greetings Greetings for Early in the Year "Good Morning" Greeting Two participants face each other, make friendly eye ...
... Greetings, p.161 ** * Cheer Greeting, p.161 *** * Chugga Chugga, p.162 ** * Compliment Greeting, p.162 ** * Cross-Circle Greeting, p.162 ** * * Different Languages ** * * for Greeting, p.162 Elbow Rock, p.163 ** Formal Greeting, p.163 ** * * Good Morning, Friends, p.163 ***** "Good Morning" ** *** Greetings, p.163 "Good Morning ...
They will greet each other with "Good morning, ____." And then link thumbs together and wave their fingers in the sign language sign for butterfly. ... The teacher calls out a different category and greetings continue until each student has been greeted.
At the signal, greetings are done and students begi n making their animal sounds until the teacher calls them back to the group. pg. pg. pg. pg. 133 133 133 133 pg. 133 pg. 133 pg. ... The student with the ball responds, "Good morning, friends!" and tosses the ball to someone else.
Good morning in Korean and Other Greetings It is morning and the sun is starting to rise. The sun's rays are beginning to pass through the clouds.
(from CD, track 1), make sure to shake hands with children during the song's midpoint, saying, "Good morning. How are you?" and "I'm fine thank you!" You can use a variety of greetings.
Good Morning Good morning, good morning! Its time to start our day! I said good morning, good morning to you! ... Whole Group Greetings: Hickety Pickety Bumblebee Hickety, pickety, bumblebee, won ' t you say your name for me?
Clip Good morning, sir. Hello, James. Jackie: So far, we've looked over some of those situations where you might use very formal language in greetings, such as 'sir' or 'madam'.
Lesson 13B Greetings II By MOE Ene, Ph.D. MORNING GREETINGS Although a direct translation for “Good morning” (Ụtụtụ ọma) is now