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    Default "No matter" and "Not all/Not every"

    Okay, I'm sure this stuff is pretty simple to plan a lesson for, and I hope it hasn't been posted before, but my computer is going incredibly slowly so I wasn't able to search the archives quite as much as I would have liked. Anyways, the time has finally come for me to do something other than my self introduction, and I'm drawing a complete blank. If anyone knows of any lesson plans or has any ideas for working with "No matter when/where/how" and "Not all/Not every" please let me know. I've been googling, but it's painfully slow and I'm not really finding anything relevant...

    Thanks in advance, and sorry for being dumb!

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    Just do your intro lesson again, they would have forgotten everything you told them by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SethArmstrong View Post
    Just do your intro lesson again, they would have forgotten everything you told them by now.
    "No matter how many times I tell you about myself not every student will even remember my name."

    I like it.

    Also, them forgetting everything I told them implies that they heard it the first time... which I kind of doubt.

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