Monday, 11 December 2017

Bigger, brighter, better, best…




These Are the People in Your Family

Find 10 adjectives that can be used to describe people. 
(old, young, tall, funny, ???)  
write a sentence using the superlative form of each adjective. The sentence should be about a person in their family. 
Once the sentences are completed, each person should write a list of the family members who appeared in their sentences. 
Pairs of students should then exchange lists of people but keep their sentences to themselves. Each person should ask questions about their partner’s family and try to match each person to their superlative adjective. For example, a person might ask, “Is Su-Jan the oldest person in your family?” The other person should answer with a yes or an explanation. “No, Su-Jan is only four years old.” 
Give your groups ten to fifteen minutes to ask each other questions, and then see who in your class figured out the most family member qualities!



What other adjectives to describe personality do you know?


Write a short paragraph and describe a person you and your partner know but don't say who it is. Your partner can guess!

Let's have fun singing along a HAPPY song in an unusual way!

Wednesday, 6 December 2017

So, what are you doing?

What's your favourite festival?

Do you know any flower festivals?
Let's look at this one....




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So how do we make Present Continuous?


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Watch these funny commercials.




Then write for each ad
1. what people are doing in the key scene
2. what the message of the ad is

Time for the song!

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

What do you do every weekend?



Step 1
You may ask five and only five questions about your partner’s daily life: their age, job, studies, journey to university or work, routine and evening pastimes.

Step 2
When you have asked and answered the questions, write “A Day in the Life” of your partner in the first person, as if you were your partner. Use the information you got from your partner and use your imagination and empathy to fill in details you don’t know. How does he/she feel about his/her life?

Step 3
When you finish, give the description to your partner, read the description of your life and then tell your partner if it is a good description of your everyday life.

Step 4
So, how about you?

When do you generally get up?
What is something you always do when you study for a test?
What is something you usually do in your free time?
Where do you often go in summer?
Where do you sometimes go with your friends?
What is something you never do around your kids?
What do you usually do in the morning to get ready?
What restaurants do you seldom eat at?
What is something you rarely eat during the winter?
What type of music do you normally listen to?




Step 5
Think about a member of your family. How does he/she spend his/her day?
What does he/she like doing and doesn't he/she enjoy?
Tell the group