Friday, 23 December 2016

New Year;s Resolutions


Christmas traditions around the world

Making your resolutions!

Read the article One

Post your New Year's Resolutions on this special CANVAS!

Saturday, 17 December 2016

Friday, 9 December 2016

The future

Video 1: The future in songs

 Video 2: The future Perfect

Video 3: The future Continuous

Activity One
Activity Two
A Quiz

Sunday, 27 November 2016

Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Friday, 11 November 2016

Modals and semi-modals-Historical places in Chaidari!

Video 1

Video 2
 Do the following activities:

Activity 1
Activity 2-ability
Activity 3
Activity 4-probability
 Activity 5

Modal Perfects

 A song!
Modal perfect Activities!
Lots of Games!

Speaking Task 1:
Read the article: Abandoned places

Task 1: Think about what this place might have been like in the past.

used the modal verbs below to talk about the past:

  • might have (possibility)
  • could have (possibility)
  • must have (certainty something was true)
  • can’t have (certainty something wasn’t true       

Task  2:
Now work in pairs/individually and choose a photograph of an abandoned place you want to work with. Try to come up with as many sentences using past modals as possible.

Task 3:
Find out which picture was the most popular among your classmates and why.
Photo 1-Palataki Villa

Photo 2-Concentration Camp Chaidari

Have you ever visited a similar, abandoned place?Is there  a similar, abandoned place in Chaidari? What do you think this place might have been like in the past?

Our area,Our history. Read about Chadari concentration camp .
Find out more about palataki here .
The struggle-Palataki Villa information .


Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Grammar: Past tenses

Past simple & Past continuous

Video part 1: Past continuous & Past simple
Video part 2: Past continuous & Past simple
Practice: Do the following activities.
Past simple & past continuous 1
Past simple & past continuous 2
Past simple & past continuous 3

Let's go on with: used to/ would/ be-get used to. Watch the videos.
Used to/would

Used to/be used to 1
be used to/used to 2
be -get used to/used to 3be & get used to/used to 4
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Activity 4
Activity 5
Gold Idioms

Friday, 21 October 2016

Present perfect simple Vs continuous

 Watch the videos and then do the activities that follow:

Activity 1

Activity 2

Activity 3

Activity 4

Activity 5

Video 1: Past simple or present perfect

Video 2: Present perfect continuous Vs present perfect

Video 3:Present perfect simple-A song
Video 3: Present perfect continuous-A song

Two short tests on both tenses Test 1    and   Test 2

Friday, 14 October 2016

World Class musicians!

A rehearsal from a world class musician: Watch the video

Present perfect simple & continuous

Video 1:

Video 2: Past simple or present perfect

Video 3:Present perfect simple-A song

Video 4: Present perfect continuous-A song

Choose 1
Write 1
Choose 2
Choose 3
Choose 4

Two short tests on both tenses Test 1 and Test 2

Friday, 7 October 2016

Past simple & Past continuous/Used to-get used to-be used to

Video part 1: Past continuous & Past simple

 Video part 2: Past continuous & Past simple
 Practice: Do the following activities.

Past simple Vs Continuous One
Gap filling

 Let's go on with: used to/ would/ be-get used to. Watch the videos.

 A song!
Used to 2
Used to 3
Passive simple past
Passive simple past 2
Passive simple past 3
Passive past progressive
Passive past progressive 2
Passive past progressive 3

Idioms with gold

So, how about YOU becoming a SUPERHERO?

Think of these questions to help you create a fictional character that feels like a real one!

Questions for Reflection

  • What is your ordinary world?
  • What are your challenges?
  • What strengths (or superhero powers) are you using to overcome these challenges?
  • Who are your helpers?
  • Whom are you helping?
  • How do you and others benefit from your actions?
  • Are you "real" online? Are others?
Do Phrasal Verbs give you a headache?
Well, here's a fun way to learn some of them!

 Write a story using as many phrasal verbs as possible. The story with the most phrasals will win a prize!

Use the Story Canvas

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Writing tips!

Descriptions and adjectives! What to do to avoid using good, bad,nice etc...

First follow the link below:

Super easy adjectives

Then check theswords: Character TRAITS

Watch the video
Song of the day!

Friday, 23 September 2016

Present simple & Present continuous

Stative verbs video
Action Vs state verbs

Present simple Vs continuous 1
Present simple Vs continuous 2
Stative verbs 1
Present continuous Passive voice

Phrasal verbs
Turn 2

Song of the day!


Friendships-Developing relationships

Friends having a quarrel.
How often do you argue with your friends?
How to make a real friend tips

 'll be there for you!
Write a comment with a story of a memorable event with a friend. Post your story on this canvas

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

First Impressions!

Video 1
Vudeo 2-Present simple-present continuous-stative verbs
Do the exercises below:
Passive voice-Simple Present
Passive voice-Present Continuous
Phrasal Verbs-Turn
Phrasal Verbs Exercise 2

A video-Stative verbs

Your Canvas HERE

Friday, 16 September 2016

Happy New school Year!

Each one of us is UNIQUE and we learn in completely different ways...
School practice should reflect and cover our needs....

It's essential to LEARN HOW TO LEARN so that we are the learners BEST we can!
Visual learners are those who learn through seeing things. Look over the characteristics below to see if they sound familiar. A visual learner:

  • Is good at spelling but forgets names.
  • Needs quiet study time.
  • Has to think awhile before understanding lecture.
  • Is good at spelling.
  • Likes colors & fashion.
  • Dreams in color.
  • Understands/likes charts.
  • Is good with sign language.
Auditory learners are those who learn best through hearing things. Look over these traits to see if they sound familiar to you. You may be an auditory learner if you are someone who:
  • Likes to read to self out loud.
  • Is not afraid to speak in class.
  • Likes oral reports.
  • Is good at explaining.
  • Remembers names.
  • Notices sound effects in movies.
  • Enjoys music.
  • Is good at grammar and foreign language.
  • Reads slowly.
  • Follows spoken directions well.
  • Can't keep quiet for long periods.
  • Enjoys acting, being on stage.
  • Is good in study groups.

Kinesthetic learners are those who learn through experiencing/doing things. Look over these traits to see if they sound familiar to you. You may be a kinesthetic learner if you are someone who:

  • Is good at sports.
  • Can't sit still for long.
  • Is not great at spelling.
  • Does not have great handwriting.
  • Likes science lab.
  • Studies with loud music on.
  • Likes adventure books, movies.
  • Likes role playing.
  • Takes breaks when studying.
  • Builds models.
  • Is involved in martial arts, dance.
  • Is fidgety during lectures.

So, let's find out how WE learn and BOOST our learning techniques!!!
Take the quiz here to find out!

First week for our International Communication Project! Let's meet people around the globe!
Follow the link HERE . Navigate around chatrooms then make your self portrait and send it to our friends!

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Thursday, 21 April 2016

Charlie and the chocolate factory!

Augustus Gloop song!


Violet Beauregard song!


Veruca Salt song!


Mike Teevee song!