viernes, 24 de octubre de 2014

THIS IS HALLOWEEN

Here you have the song we are learning for next Thursday, "This is Halloween" from the film "Nightmare before Christmas".

The song is long and difficult in some parts, but you did a great job today in class! Practice singing it in your house so that you don't forget it by Monday!! If you click on LYRICS below the video, you can see them!

Enjoy!


PRESENT SIMPLE/CONTINUOUS GAMES!

Hello everyone!

Here you have a few links with games to practice the grammar of this unit. At the end there are three tests so that you can check if you know this very well.
(Where it says "Present Progressive", that means "Present Continuous")

I hope they're useful for you!

Game 1 (easy)

Game 2 (easy)

Game 3 (easy)

Game 4 (easy)

Game 5 (easy)

Game 6 (easy)

Game 7 (medium difficulty)

Game 8 (medium difficulty)

Game 9 (difficult)

Game 10 (difficult)

Game 11 (difficult)

Game 12 (difficult)

Test 1

Test 2

Test 3

viernes, 17 de octubre de 2014

Song of the week: Summer Paradise.

Hello everyone!

This is this week's song, Summer Paradise. I know most of us have already completely forgotten what summer is like, so I though this song might be appropriate.

What does the song talk about? Is it still summer in the song, or is the person singing remembering summer? What do you like to remember the most about summer?
I personally love watching sunsets on the beach!

Please underline the expressions in Present Continuous that you find in the song.

I hope you enjoy it! Sing along!


martes, 14 de octubre de 2014

Song of the week! Hey Soul Sister

Hello everyone!

Here you have the video of the song we listened to last Friday...

Take your lyrics and sing along!

Enjoy :)


jueves, 9 de octubre de 2014

Population

Hello everyone!Here I upload the interesting video we have watched in class about POPULATION.

It explains very well how we have grown so much, so fast!

Think about these questions:

- Why are there fewer deaths now?
- By how many people has the world population increased since the 1800s?
Comment with the answers below and you'll have a positive.

Enjoy!