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