Covered in the Lesson
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|