Sunday, 31 May 2015

THIS IS ME By Hughes Gimenez

Hello!!!
I'm Hughes from class 5B. My school is Ramiro Jover in Valencia.
My friends are Ivy (5B), Spencer (5B), Ben (5B) and Sarah (5A).
I've got brown eyes, small ears, a big nose and short straight hair.
My favourite  food  is hot dogs. I don’t like sausages.
My favourite  sport is badminton. I don’t like football.
My favourite hobby is playing video games and sleeping. I don’t like shopping.
   

I can play the euphonium. My brother can play the trumpet.
And my favourite colour is orange. I don’t like grey.
I like my life. It's fun!!!!!!!!!
Bye,bye.


Saturday, 30 May 2015

VIDEO: MY WORLD ( BS3 UNIT 4)

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The share in this blog has no commercial, but educational purposes.


Jessica: It’s breakfast time. Where’s Ben?
Mum: Ben!
Dad: Here’s your cereal, Ben.
Ben: Mmm, yum! I like breakfast!
Jessica: Leanne is here for lunch.
Ben: Do you like sandwiches, Leanne?
Leanne: Yes, I do.
Jessica: Do you like cheese?
Leanne: No, I don’t.
Jessica: Oh. Do you like yoghurt?
Leanne: Yes, I do. I love yoghurt. Thank you.
Ben: The sandwiches!
Leanne and Jessica: Thank you. Ben.
Jessica: Ben’s friend Jasper is here for dinner.
Ben: What’s for dinner, Mum?
Mum: Chicken.
Ben: Great!
Mum: Do you like chicken, Jasper?
Jasper: Yes, I do.
Ben: Do you like rice?
Jasper: No, I don’t like rice.
Mum: That’s OK.
Ben: I love chicken! And I like rice!
Dad: What’s for dinner?
Everyone: Ben!!


Write a comment, answer the questions with SENTENCES and win extra points.

1 Does Leanne like sandwiches?
   Yes, I do.

   Yes, she does.
   No, she doesn't.


2 What’s for lunch?
    Chicken
    Rice
    Sandwiches

3 What’s for dinner?
    Chicken
    Cheese
    Sandwiches

4 Does Jasper like rice?
   Yes, he do.
   Yes, he does.
   No, he doesn't.


Friday, 29 May 2015

ENGLISH CAMP STA. SUSANNA 2015

It's the last week in May and we are here again, at the English Camp in Sta. Susana (Barcelona). This year we are with a group of 36 Primary 6 students.
Here you can see photos of the activities they are doing.
They are GREAT FUN !!!!
MONDAY- TUESDAY
THURSDAY

Thursday, 28 May 2015

SONG: THE BALLAD OF LISA THE LEMUR



Lemurs live in the forests of Madagascar, an island off the coast of Africa. But lemurs are in danger as the forests disappear. Listen to a song about Lisa the Lemur and learn about lemurs.






Tuesday, 26 May 2015

VIDEO: MUZZY IN GONDOLAND 6

Muzzy in Gondoland is an animated film first created by the BBC in 1986 as a way of teaching English as a second language. 
The main characters are:
  • Muzzy - a furry greenish blue extraterrestrial
  • King Nigel (a lion) 
  • Queen Erza (a rat)
  • Princess Sylvia (a rat)
  • Bob the gardener (a mouse) 
  • Corvax the evil scientist (a green goblin)






Sunday, 24 May 2015

MY EASTER HOLIDAYS By JACK GUERREIRO


Hi Mary, I'm Jack from class 4B.
On my Easter holidays I visited my grandparents' village.
It is a little village in "Murcia".

It's fun because I can play basketball and football and I play with my friends. 
And I can see the Easter parades with my family.
Bye, bye, Mary



Thursday, 21 May 2015

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

MY CLOTHES


In this video you can listen to some CLOTHES vocabulary in American English. Some words are different from British English.
Pajamas = Pyjamas
Pants = Trousers
Rain boots = Wellington boots









Tuesday, 19 May 2015

BIG SURPRISE 6 GRAMMAR POSTERS

These posters will help you to write correct sentences.
Look at the questions in the GRAMMAR CHALLENGE box. Write a comment and practise sentence writing. You'll get extra points.









Monday, 18 May 2015

VIDEO: MUZZY IN GONDOLAND 5

Muzzy in Gondoland is an animated film first created by the BBC in 1986 as a way of teaching English as a second language. 
The main characters are: 

  • Muzzy - a furry greenish blue extraterrestrial
  • King Nigel (a lion) 
  • Queen Erza (a rat)
  • Princess Sylvia (a rat)
  • Bob the gardener (a mouse) 
  • Corvax the evil scientist (a green goblin)
                         EPISODE 5







Saturday, 16 May 2015

VIDEO: A MUSIC SCHOOL IN MANCHESTER (BS6 UNIT 3)

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The share in this blog has no commercial, but educational purposes.


Narrator: Manchester is a large city in the north of England.
In the mid-nineteenth century, Manchester was a rich and important industrial city. It was famous for its canals, railway and cotton industry.
Today, Manchester is still a busy and exciting city, but it’s now more famous for its football teams. 

Right in the centre of Manchester, there’s an unusual school with an amazing history. The school is called Chetham’s and all of its 295 students are very special. Chetham’s is the largest music school in the United Kingdom, and every student here can play a musical instrument brilliantly.

It’s lunchtime at Chetham’s School. Four students are playing a classical concert in the school hall. These students are 18 and they are in their last year at Chetham’s. Students can come to Chetham’s when they’re eight years old. Students come from all over the world to study here. The Director of Music is Stephen Threlfall. 

Stephen: We’re looking for young musicians who can play an instrument, ideally can read music and know something about musical language.

Narrator: The students study all the usual school subjects like maths, English and science, but they also study music for about three hours a day. All of the students at Chetham’s have a passion to succeed in music and the teachers can help them. A lot of teachers at Chetham’s were professional musicians before they came to the school.

Stephen: I can play the cello, that’s my main instrument. And I can play the piano; I can get by on the piano. And I can play the guitar, and of course I can sing. And one other thing I do a lot of is I’m a conductor.



Narrator: So with great teachers and hard work, the students can be very successful. They often win national and international music competitions. One of Chetham’s most successful young musicians is Peter Moore.

Peter: I’m Peter Moore, I’m 14 years old, and I study music at Chetham’s. I play the trombone and in 2008, I won the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition, which was a fantastic experience and a real honour to win.

Narrator: Peter was only 12 years old when he won the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition. This is a very important national competition for musicians under 8. Peter comes from a very musical family.

Peter: Music was very important when I was young. My parents were both professional musicians and I grew up listening to music all the time. My mum and dad were both horn players, in orchestras, and my brother plays the trumpet and my sister plays the piano.

Narrator: Peter was interested in music from a very young age.
Peter: I first started to read music when I was about six years old. My dad started teaching me trombone when I was seven years old and I started playing the piano a year after that.

Narrator: Today, Peter lives in Manchester with his family, but he wasn’t born here.
Peter: I was born in Northern Ireland and moved over to Manchester when I was eight. I started at Chetham’s when I was nine, in 2005.
Narrator: Life at Chetham’s can be hard work, but Peter
enjoys it, and he doesn’t play the trombone all the time.
Peter: The best thing about being at Chetham’s is the
musical opportunities that you get. At school, I can play in many different ensembles – orchestras, jazz bands, brass bands. I think my favourite is jazz band. When I’m not playing music, I like to relax and play sport like football or tennis. I support Manchester City Football Club and go to see the matches regularly, when I have the time.

Narrator: Peter is young, but he is very talented and
hardworking, and with the help of the teachers at Chetham’s and a lot of practice, he can become world famous in the future.



Wednesday, 13 May 2015

VIDEO: MUZZY IN GONDOLAND 4

Muzzy in Gondoland is an animated film first created by the BBC in 1986 as a way of teaching English as a second language. 
The main characters are: 

  • Muzzy - a furry greenish blue extraterrestrial
  • King Nigel (a lion) 
  • Queen Erza (a rat)
  • Princess Sylvia (a rat)
  • Bob the gardener (a mouse) 
  • Corvax the evil scientist (a green goblin)
EPISODE 4




Tuesday, 12 May 2015

GAME: SPELLING BEE

This game is very simple and easy to play. Look at the image or listen to the audio and then spell the word by clicking on the letters on the screen.
You first select the vocabulary items that you want to practice spelling. There are 26 different topics you can choose. The faster you spell each word the more score you can accumulate. The game ends when the time runs out. Have FUN!!!


Monday, 11 May 2015

STORY: ROBIN HOOD (BS6 UNIT 4)

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The share in this blog has no commercial, but educational purposes.


A long time ago, Robin Hood lived near Nottingham in England. He lived in Sherwood Forest with his friends.
‘The Sheriff of Nottingham is a bad sheriff. He’s cruel.’
‘Let’s help the people of Nottingham.’

The people worked hard but they were very poor. The Sheriff of Nottingham was very rich.
‘Pay your taxes.’
‘Please don’t take my money.’

Robin Hood and his friends waited for the Sheriff in the forest.
‘Stop! Give me the money.’
‘Oh, no! It’s Robin Hood.’

Robin wanted the money for the poor people and they loved him.
‘Here’s your money.’
‘Thank you, kind Robin.’

The Sheriff was angry. He wanted to catch Robin.
‘Robin loves archery. I can catch him at the contest.’
Archery contest, Sheriff’s castle, Saturday
‘I can win the gold for the people, Friar Tuck.’

Robin arrived at the contest with Little John. He looked like an old man.
‘Now the Sheriff can’t recognise me.’
‘There’s Sir Guy, the Sheriff’s friend. He’s good at archery.’

The contest started at 4 o’clock. There were 40 archers.
‘Ready, steady, shoot!’
‘Good luck, Robin.

Only two arrows were on target.
‘This is the old man’s arrow.’
‘This is Sir Guy’s arrow.’

There were two men left in the contest.
‘Ready, steady, shoot!’
‘Good luck, Robin.’

Only one arrow was on target. The contest finished and Robin was the winner.
‘It’s the old man’s arrow. Here’s the bag of gold.’
‘Only one man can do that. Robin Hood! Catch him!’

Robin Hood’s friends helped him escape.
‘Come on Robin. Quick! Let’s go to the forest.’
‘Stop!’

Robin and his friends escaped with the gold.
‘Now we can eat and be merry.’
‘And the poor people can eat too.’



Write a comment, answer the questions with LONG SENTENCES and win extra points.

1. What was the Sheriff of Nottingham like?
     The Sheriff was generous.
     
The Sheriff was cruel.
     The Sheriff was fat.

2. What were the people like?
     The people were very greedy.
     The people were very rich.
     
The people were very poor.

3. What was Robin Hood like?
     
Robin Hood was kind.
     
Robin Hood was greedy.
     Robin Hood was cruel.

4. What did Robin look like?
     Robin looked an old man.
     
Robin looked a young woman.
     Robin looked a fat friar.

5. What time did the archery contest start?
     The archery contest started at three o’clock.
     
The archery contest started at four o’clock.
     The archery contest started at five o’clock.


VIDEO: MUZZY IN GONDOLAND 3

Muzzy in Gondoland is an animated film first created by the BBC in 1986 as a way of teaching English as a second language. 
The main characters are: 

  • Muzzy - a furry greenish blue extraterrestrial
  • King Nigel (a lion) 
  • Queen Erza (a rat)
  • Princess Sylvia (a rat)
  • Bob the gardener (a mouse) 
  • Corvax the evil scientist (a green goblin)
EPISODE 3






Sunday, 10 May 2015

PRIMARY1: HOW ARE YOU? UNIT05

The images on this video are property of Oxford University Press. 
The share in this blog has no commercial, but educational purposes.

TAILOR MADE3: WHAT'S THIS? (SINGULAR) UNIT04

The images on this video are property of Oxford University Press. 
The share in this blog has no commercial, but educational purposes.

GAME: BANG ON TIME

INSTRUCTIONS: Read the time and stop the clock when the hands are in the matching position. You can adjust the hand speed from 1 ( slow) to 10 (fast). Good luck!


What is your score in ten turns? What speed ? Write a comment and tell me.

Saturday, 9 May 2015

TELLING THE TIME

Watch this video and revise how to tell the time in English.




Now, play this game and have fun!
Instructions: Listen to the time and move the hands on the clock. Every click on the short blue hand moves the hand 1 hour. Every click on the long red hand moves the hand 5 minutes. 

Friday, 8 May 2015

ROBIN HOOD SONG ( BS6 UNIT 4)

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The share in this blog has no commercial, but educational purposes.





Friday, 1 May 2015

INTERNATIONAL WORKERS' DAY

Worker’s Day or Labour Day, is commemorated in most countries on May 1st except for Canada and the United States who celebrate it on the first week of September. It is a holiday in honour of workers.


This is Peter McGuire, a New York City carpenter and labour leader. He is considered the "father" of Labour Day because he proposed the idea to create a special holiday for workers. 

On Tuesday, September 5th, 1882, more than 10,000 workers hit the streets of New York City for the first ever Labour Day parade. Two years later the celebration was moved to the first Monday in September. And in 1894, the American Congress passed a law making Labour Day a national holiday.

LABELS / TOPICS

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