Now that you have finished the exercises in your textbook complete the supplementary exercises in the worksheet: Adverb Supplementary-1mutqqt
Answer the questions found in ex. 10 pg. 261 L/S by yourself. Once you have done this share your responses with your friend. Remember to write down what your friend says (take notes using a note application on your iPad). After you have done this swap partner and repeat (remember to take notes). Share your friend’s responses with the class.
Now complete exercise 1 on page 264 of your listening and speaking book.
You are now going to listen to a sports science student giving a presentation about a project. Listen to the listening and complete exercises 5 to 7 pg 265. Once you have finished you will need to share your responses with your classmate and check.
In groups carry out a WebQuest about the following sports
Football (group 1)
tennis (group 2)
rugby (group 3)
ice-hockey (group 4)
baseball (group 5)
volleyball (group 6)
Your WebQuest must cover the following questions
What is this sport?
What equipment do you need?
Where do you play it?
Would you like to play this sport
From the information found in your presentation create a presentation and present it to the class
In today’s lesson, we will be reviewing through the present perfect tense.
What do you think is the present perfect tense? When do we use it? Use the internet to find out information regarding the present perfect tense then share your ideas on the Padlet link below: https://padlet.com/philipgelwell/kfnx2ujth4x4
Watch the video below and take notes:
Complete exercises 1,2,5 on pages 255-258 in your listening and speaking book
Lets practice using the “Present Perfect Tense”. First, use a blank piece of paper then write 5 past tense sentences about what you have done during the vacation. Share your paper with your friend and get your friend to re-write your sentences into the present-perfect form. Share your present-perfect form sentences with the class
Using the internet try and find information related to the essay prompt: How has industrialization changed water purity over time? Remember that you need to find information related to changes that have taken place and also the causes for these changes.
In order for us to understand the task that we have been set we need to do some research about the process of water purification. Watch the video below and take notes while you are watching, once you have finished taking notes use the internet to find more information about the process of water purification. Remember you are focusing on the different step of the process.
Use the notes that you have taken from the video and also from your web-research to share on the Padlet below the process of water purification
One of the hardest things I have found about teaching is making things interesting which are traditionally boring. Naturally when teaching something like quantifiers the easiest thing is to explain and then get your students to practice on worksheets. But this time i decided to step away from the norm and use the famous “where is Wally?” pictures to get them to practice using something that will just spark a bit of interest… And the best thing of all is that I am swapping the class roles and getting them to use their presentation skills to teach me how to use countable and uncountable nouns… Talk about flipped classrooms.
Thought I would just leave you all with all treat of your own (see below)
In the video and reading we talked about a remarkable young man. In this activity I would like you to work in pairs and create a presentation using www.thinglink.com to talk about remarkable children or teenagers.
Make sure that you presentation covers the following questions
What is his/her name?
Why is he/she famous?
How are their lives different from other children’s or teenagers’ lives? (think about the following school; hobbies; friends; home
Here is an example for you to follow:
Once you have created your thing link pictures please send them to me so that I can create a post for out class blog. Send your links to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each pair must submit one picture
Please complete the following supplementary exercises