Sunday, 29 January 2017

Saturday, 28 January 2017

PEACE ANIMATION

When the POWER OF LOVE overcomes the 
LOVE OF POWER, the world will know PEACE

By Jimi Hendrix  (American musician died in 1970)




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Friday, 27 January 2017

SPORTS CHANT By HENRY GIL


SONG: IMAGINE BY JOHN LENNON

JOHN LENNON: A SHORT BIOGRAPHY

BORN: 9th October 1940 in Liverpool (The UK)
DIED: 8th December 1980 in New York ( The USA)
PARENTS: Freddie and Julia
OCCUPATIONS: Musician, singer-songwriter, artist
INSTRUMENTS: Vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica, bass guitar
GENRES: Rock, pop, experimental

His death was a tragedy because he was murdered by Mark David Chapman. In 2008 the magazine Rolling Stone put him on the 5th place in the list of 100 greatest singers of all time. People from all countries in the world can sing his songs.
He was one of the four members of The Beatles, a vey famous pop-rock band in the 1960s. 
1963-64 was a period of Beatlemania in The UK and the band had millions of FANS all over the world. 
He wrote lots og songs for The Beatles
 
In 1970 the band broke up and John continued his artistic solo career. He wrote Imagine in 1971 and  the song has become a hymn to PEACE. 
Watch these videos and sing along. 






Do you like 'Imagine'
Which one of the two presentations do you like best? 
Write a comment and tell me.



THE PEACE BOOK


What is Peace for YOU? Write a comment and tell me.

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Tuesday, 24 January 2017

GIVE PEACE A CHANCE CHOIR

Sean Lennon ( John Lennon's 15 year old son) and over twenty stars recorded this video with a new version of the famous antiwar song "GIVE PEACE A CHANCE" in 1991.




Everybody's talkin 'bout,
Planet earth
Rebirth
United nations
Good relations
Space stations
Starvation
Radiation
Salvation
Education
Liberation

Chorus:
All we are saying is: "Give Peace A Chance !"

Everybody's talkin' 'bout
Civil war
Revolution
Armageddon
No solution
Are we facing
Vietnam
We don't want to
Drop the bomb

Chorus

Everybody's talkin 'bout
Acid house
Gay spouse
Green house
Heavy metal
Hip hop
Censorship
Has to stop
Hiv
Azt
New kids dance on
MTV
With toxic waste dumps in the sea

Chorus

Everybody's talkin 'bout 
Amazon's 
Trees gone 
Cancer cells
From the sun
Middle east
Crazy beast
Rock n rollers
Sing for peace

Chorus ...

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STORY: BATHTIME FOR FIFI ( BS 4 UNIT 2)

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Fifi is Miss Simpson’s dog.
Miss Simpson: Fifi! Fifi! Come here.
Fifi: Oh, no. It’s bathtime.

But Fifi doesn’t like baths.
Miss Simpson: Fifi, Fifi. I’ve got some shampoo.

Fifi jumps out of the window.
Miss Simpson: Fifi! Fifi! Come here!
Fifi: Hooray! No more baths!

Miss Simpson sees a postman.
Miss Simpson: Excuse me. Is my dog Fifi here?
Postman: Has she got straight hair?
Miss Simpson: No, she’s got curly hair.
Postman: Sorry, she’s not here.

Miss Simpson sees a policeman.
Miss Simpson: Excuse me. Is my dog Fifi here?
Policeman: Has she got green eyes?
Miss Simpson: No, she’s got brown eyes.
Policeman: Sorry, she’s not here.

Miss Simpson sees a florist.
Miss Simpson: Excuse me. Is my dog Fifi here?
Florist: Has she got small ears?
Miss Simpson: No, she’s got big ears.
Florist: Sorry, she’s not here.

Fifi: Woof! Woof!
Miss Simpson: What’s that noise? It’s Fifi! Fifi!

Miss Simpson sees Fifi.
Miss Simpson: Oh Fifi! You’ve got dirty ears and dirty hair!
Fifi: Oh, no! It’s bathtime!

Write a comment and answer the questions. You'll get extra points.

1 Who’s dog is Fifi?
   It's Miss Samuel’s.
   It's Miss Smith’s.
   It's Miss Simpson’s.
2 Where does Fifi go?
   She goes out of the window.
   She goesin through the window.
   She goes over the window.
3 What colour eyes has Fifi got?
   She's got blue eyes.
   She's got brown eyes.
   She's got green eyes.
4 What has Fifi got?
   She's got big ears.
   She's got small ears.
   She's got long legs.
5 What time is it?
   It's bedtime.
   It's bathtime.
   It's lunchtime.


A SONG OF PEACE FOR KIDS




There is a way that we can live and peace is the way
P – E – A – C – E, P – E – A – C – E, P – E – A – C – E
And peace is the way
PEACE is shaking someone’s hand and being a good friend
Clap E-A-C-E, Clap E-A-C-E, Clap E-A-C-E 
And being a good friend
PEACE is dancing to the beat and having fun together
Clap, clap A-C-E, clap, clap A-C-E, clap, clap A-C-E 
And having fun together
PEACE is sharing your nice smile and spreading lots of sunshine
Clap, clap, clap C-E, clap, clap, clap C-E, clap, clap, clap C-E
And spreading lots of sunshine
PEACE is choosing not to hurt and playing safe together
Clap, clap, clap, clap, E, Clap, clap, clap, clap, E, Clap, clap, clap, clap, E
And playing safe together
PEACE is helping with our hands and being kind to others
Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap
Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap, clap clap
And being kind to others
There is a way that we can live and peace is the way
P – E – A – C – E, P – E – A – C – E, P – E – A – C – E
And peace is the way

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Monday, 23 January 2017

THE BATHTIME RAP ( BS 4 UNIT 2)

A REAL STORY: TILLY SMITH



This is Tilly Smith. She's from the UK. In 2004, she was 10 years old and she was on holiday in Thailand with her parents and sister.

She saved her family and about a hundred tourists from the tsunami caused by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.Tilly learned about tsunamis in a geography lesson at school two weeks before the tsunami from her teacher Andrew Kearney
On Sunday, 26th December 2004 Tilly and her family were at Maikhao Beach (Thailand)She recognised the symptoms of a tsunami and alerted her parents and people on the beach. Everyone ran to the hotel and the beach was evacuated.  

The tsunami affected different countries: Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand, Maldives, Somalia ... and killed over 230,000 people. There were waves up to 30 metres high.



On 9th September 2005 Smith received the Thomas Gray Special Award of The Marine Society & Sea Cadets. In November 2005, Tilly Smith appeared at the United Nations and met President Bill Clinton. 

In December 2005, Tilly was named "Child of the Year" by the French magazine "Mon Quotidien". 
She is a HEROINE!

Sunday, 22 January 2017

STORY: TILLY AND THE TSUNAMI SUBTITLED ( BS5 UNIT 5)

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        Write a comment and correct the FALSE sentences. 
        You can have and extra point per correct sentence.

1. Tilly is from Thailand.
2. In 2004, Tilly was twelve years old.
3. She was in Year 6 at school. 
4. Mr Kearney was her English teacher.
5. In December 2004 she was on holiday with her parents
    and friends.
6. There were lots of people in the river.
7. A tsunami is a normal wave.
8. Thanks to Tilly, the people could run to the hotel. 
9. In July 2005, Tilly was in Thailand at an award ceremony     for bravery. 
10. Tilly is really proud of the teacher.



Saturday, 21 January 2017

STORY: TILLY AND THE TSUNAMI ( BS5 UNIT 5)

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              Write a comment and correct the FALSE sentences.

1. Tilly is from Thailand.
2. In 2004, Tilly was twelve years old.
3. She was in Year 6 at school. 
4. Mr Kearney was her English teacher.
5. In December 2004 she was on holiday with her parents
    and friends.
6. There were lots of people in the river.
7. A tsunami is a normal wave.
8. Thanks to Tilly, the people could run to the hotel. 
9. In July 2005, Tilly was in Thailand at an award ceremony     for bravery. 
10. Tilly is really proud of the teacher.




Friday, 20 January 2017

TAILOR MADE3: CAN (INTERROGATIVE)

STORY: ACTIVITY CAMP ( BS 3 UNIT 3)

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Charlie arrives at the activity camp.

Charlie: Hi, I’m Charlie.
Sam: Hello, Charlie. I’m Sam.
Suzy: Hi, Charlie. I’m Suzy.

The children go to the music centre.

Sam: Can you play the drumsSuzy?
Suzy: Yes, I can. Listen!

Suzy: Can you play the trumpetCharlie?
Charlie: No, I can’t. But I love sports.Come and watch.


The children go to the sports centre.

Charlie: Look at me! I can play football!
Suzy/girls: Charlie, Charlie, Charlie the Champ!

Charlie: Look at me! I can ski!
Suzy/girls: Charlie, Charlie, Charlie the Champ!

Charlie: Look at me! I can skate!
Suzy/girls: Charlie, Charlie, Charlie the Champ!

Charlie: Look at me! I can skate!
Suzy/girls: Charlie, Charlie, Charlie the Champ!
Sam: Watch out, Charlie!

Suzy: Oh no! Charlie, can you swim?
Charlie: No, I can't. Help! 
Sam: It’s OK. I can swim.

And Sam saves Charlie.

Suzy: Oh, Sam. You’re the real champ!

KARAOKE: HE CAN SKATE ( BS3 UNIT 3)

Click on the image and download the music to sing this song in karaoke version. SING and have FUN!


Do you like this song? Do you like singing? 
Why don't you record a video? 
Your video can be published in this blog and you can win extra points.

THE FAMILY BOOK

Thursday, 19 January 2017

SONG: MY HOLIDAY ( BS5 U5)

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Where do you go on summer / Easter/ Christmas holiday? 
What can you do there?
Write a comment and tell me. 
You can win 1 extra point per correct sentence. 


Wednesday, 18 January 2017

PRIMARY2 SONG: Dizzi the dog

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PRIMARY2 STORY: What a mess!

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TAILOR MADE PRIMARY1: VOCABULARY UNIT 3 - ACTIONS

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PRIMARY1 SONG: LET'S RUN!

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Sunday, 15 January 2017

VIDEO: MY WORLD ( BS4 UNIT 1)


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Ben: What do you like doing? I like listening to music! And I like playing computer games. My sister, Jessica, doesn’t like playing computer games. She likes reading comics. What are you doing?
Jessica: I’m reading comics. I like reading comics!
Ben: I don’t like reading comics. I like playing in the park!
Come on, Jessica! I like riding my bike in the park.
Jessica and Leanne: Ben!
Leanne: Do you like rollerblading?
Ben: No, I don’t. Do you like playing football?
Leanne: Yes, I do.
Jessica: So do I.
Jessica and Leanne: Ben!
Ben: Hey! Dad!
Dad: Ben! I don’t like playing football! I like drinking coffee and reading!
Mum: Come on, Ben. I like playing football!

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

1 What does Ben like doing?
    He likes playing football and rollerblading.
    
He likes listening to music and playing computer games.
   
 He likes reading comics and playing in the park.

2 What does Jessica like doing?
   She likes playing computer games.
   
She likes drinking coffee.
   
She likes reading comics.

3 Where does Ben like playing?
    He likes playing in the garden.
    
He likes playing in the park.
   
 He likes playing at school.

4 What doesn't Dad like doing?
   He doesn't like playing football.
   
He doesn't like going to the park.
   
He doesn't like reading.

5 Which sentence is false?
   Leanne and Jessica don't like playing football.
   Ben and Jessica's mum likes playing football.
   Ben's dad likes drinking coffee and reading.

Saturday, 14 January 2017

GAME: CONTINENTS AND OCEANS

Play this game and revise the Continents and Oceans in the World. There are 3 levels of difficulty and you can listen and practise pronunciation.

What level did you play? What was your time? Write a comment and tell me. 



PEOPLE IN UNIFORMS

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Thursday, 12 January 2017

PRIMARY1 SONG: FAMILY

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PRIMARY1 STORY: The enormous carrot

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THE COWBOY SONG (BS4 U1)

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KARAOKE: THE COWBOY SONG (BS 4 UNIT 1)

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Do you like this song? Do you like singing? 
Why don't you record a video? 
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THE SPORTS CHANT ( BS 4 UNIT 1)

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Write a comment and tell me about the sports you like or you don't like. Can you invent a new verse for the song?

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

TAILOR MADE2: VOCABULARY UNIT3 - ACTIONS

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TAILOR MADE3: VOCABULARY UNIT3 - ACTIONS

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Monday, 9 January 2017

TAILOR MADE PRIMARY1: WHO'S THIS? UNIT3

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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS

A very popular New Year custom is to make New Year Resolutions. Resolutions are plans and promises people make for the future new year. 
Here you have some of the most popular New Year resolutions for adults.

          New Year's Resolutions for very small children
  • Brush my teeth twice (2) a day. 
  • Wash my hands after going to the bathroom and before eating. 
  • Clean up my toys. 



New Year's Resolutions for School Age children 

  • Do my homework in time.
  • Go to bed in time. 
  • Drink milk and water, and limit aerated drinks. 
  • Eat more fruit and vegetables ( 5 a day). 
  • Be friendly to other children. 
  • Be nice to my parents, brothers/sisters, teachers.... 
  • Cooperate in house work: make my bed, arrange my bedroom, lay the table, do small shopping... 
  • Reduce the time I am in front of a screen: TV, computer, video games, play station... 
  • Read more books.


Write a comment and tell me about your New Year's Resolutions.

Monday, 2 January 2017

NEW YEAR AROUND THE WORLD

New Year is the time when a new calendar year begins. Not everyone celebrates New Year's Day on the 1st of January. People from different countries, cultures and religions celebrate it in different dates. 

  • China and Vietnam: between 21st January and 21st February.
  • Indonesia has two New Year celebrations — the official one on January 1st and another on the Islamic New Year (this date varies from year to year).
  • The Russian Orthodox Church: on January 14th.
  • In Vietnam the new year usually begins in February.
  • Iran celebrates New Year's Day on March 21st.
  • Each of the religious groups in India has its own date for the beginning of the year. One Hindu New Year, Baisakhi, comes sometime in April or May.
  • The people in Morocco observe the beginning of the year on the tenth day of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic year.
  • The Koreans celebrate their New Year on the day of the second new moon after winter solstice. 
  • Cambodian New Year is on 13th or 14th April. 
  • Ethiopia: on September 11th.

Watch this video and discover New Year's celebrations from around the world.



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