Covered in the Lesson
4th DecemberComplete essay in class.
Confirm registration for MyPractice for those absent last week. Work on some of these activities in preparation for the final project.
Started work on this: reading, then researching animals to take to Earth 2. Each group focuses on one animal.
Use the language on p7 nº3.
|No homework set, as sts have school tests this week.|
27th NovemberLesson 3: essay
"Should humans use animals for their own benefit?"
You Must Remember This memory
Fantastic Beasts ark
13th & 20th NovemberCovered by my colleague(s) as I am ill.
6th NovemberDesert Island Discs
|Look at the 2 questions on the front page and prepare answers to contribute to discussion next lesson.|
23rd OctoberMagazine p6-7 writing a rap to help you learn.
Final page of magazine: 2nd & 3rd activities.
|Continue with last week's homework, and prepare to speak about how music has helped you improve learning.|
16th OctoberSongs chosen by you.
Magazine p4: listening and language work.
Interview each other to find out answers to the questions in nº2.
Nº7: write a blog about songs/music that are important to you.
|Better study habits p8 of the magazine. Research different ways of remembering/memorizing things. Make notes so that you can speak for a minute about this next lesson.|
9th OctoberTongue twisters: brief practice
Further work on pronunciation, especially /θ/
about memorizing for exams. Also some phrasal verbs.
Later we looked at:
Also the Cambridge University research into reading words with jumbled spelling.
Write about 100 words: What I found most useful in the two articles we read about memory.
Remember to use paragraphs. It is a good idea to make short notes first, then write.
What is the adjective that matches the noun therapy?
2nd OctoberYou must remember this
Introduction: which museums are interesting and why?
Objects or places that are important in our lives.
Present to the rest of the class.
Memory activities: Washington University & British Council Learn English Find out how to improve your memory.
Practise Portuguese tongue twisters to teach me.
Reading: magazine page 3, nºs 1-4. (text on p2).
|Test your memory|
|Listen to a radio show about memory|
|Read some tips about memory|
|Read an article about learning English with songs|
|Watch a video with tongue twisters|
|Read more about ‘My Six Songs’|
|Watch music videos and listen to songs from the podcast|
|Read an article|
|Watch a video|
|Listen to a zoo guide|
|Learn more about animal- inspired inventions|