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Learn English with Harry Potter

Click HERE, HERE, HERE , HERE, HERE for more videos to learn English with Harry Potter.

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Learn English with QUEEN

Enjoy the music of this awesome band and.... LEARN ENGLISH!

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WE SHALL OVERCOME

We shall overcome, we’ll defeat the coronavirus!!!!! Come on!!!!!!

VENCEREMOS NÓS - GALICIAN/ENGLISH/SPANISH VIDEO- Click HERE

WE SHALL OVERCOME

We shall overcome, we shall overcome.

We shall overcome some day .

Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe

we shall overcome some day .

We’ll walk hand in hand, we’ll walk hand in hand.

We’ll walk hand in hand some day .

Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe

we shall overcome some day .

The truth will make us free, the truth will make us free .

The truth will make us free some day.

Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe

 we shall overcome some day .

We are not afraid, we are not afraid.

We are not afraid today.

Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe

we shall overcome some day.

We shall overcome, we shall overcome .

We shall overcome some day .

Oh, deep in my heart, I do believe

we shall overcome some day.

 Choose the best answer for each question.

1. Why does the writer repeat the words in each part of the song?

a. to rhyme the sentences

b. to make the idea important

c. to match the music

d. to help people sing

2. Why does the writer keep saying some day?

a. to tell when it will happen

b. to rhyme all the lines

c. to show it is about the future

d. to show it is about today

3. What does “deep in my heart” mean in the song?

a. what I really feel

b. how I think

c. what I like

d. how people share 

4. What does “walk hand in hand” mean in the song?

a. walking down the street

b. a parade

c. people cooperating

d. making a trip 

 Write your own answer to this question. What is your favorite part of the song? ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________

 What does it mean to you? ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________

READING

This song, with its promise “We shall overcome some day,” probably dates back to antebellum days, when slaves sang phrases such as “I’ll be all right someday” as they worked in the fields. Much of their music had roots in African songs brought over during the brutal Middle Passage to the New World. The patterns of call-and-response and repetition provided a sense of community and participation in a hostile and forbidding world, as well as an outlet for ideas about freedom that could not otherwise be voiced.

I’m Not Moving

 On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks got on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.  It was 6 P.M., and she was going home from work.  She took a seat in the back of the bus, behind a sign that said “colored.”1  Mrs. Parks sat in that section because it was the law:  In the southern part of the United States, white people sat in the front of the bus, and black people sat in the back.  Mrs. Parks was African American, so she had to sit in the back of the bus.  That evening, she sat in the first row of the “colored” section.

At each bus stop, more people got on the bus, and the “white” section filled up.  There were no more seats there, so a white man was standing.  The bus driver got up and moved the “colored” sign back one row.  He was making the “white” section bigger.

“You have to move so this man can sit down,” he told Mrs. Parks.

“I’m not moving,” Mrs. Parks said.

“If you don’t move, I’ll call the police,” the bus driver said.

“I’m not moving,” Mrs. Parks said again.

The police came and arrested Mrs. Parks.  When African Americans heard about Mrs. Parks’ arrest, they were angry.  They decided not to ride the buses in Montgomery.  There were 40,000 African American commuters in the city, and for more than a year, they did not ride the buses.  Some people had to walk miles to go to work.  During that year, the buses ran, but they had very few passengers.  The city lost a lot of money.

Sometimes African Americans ”marched” peacefully in the streets–they walked together in big groups.  They marched in Montgomery and in other cities in the South.

In 1956, the United States Supreme Court said that separate sections for blacks and whites on buses were illegal.  African Americans began to ride the buses again, but they didn’t stop marching.  They continued to march because they wanted more changes.  They didn’t want separate restaurants, hotels, hospitals, and schools.  They didn’t want separate restrooms and drinking fountains.  When they marched (and whites often marched with them), they sang.  “We shall overcome,” they sang:  We will succeed.  And they did succeed.

During the next ten years, blacks and whites began using the same buildings, restrooms, and drinking fountains.  All of these changes began when Rosa Parks said, “I’m not moving.”

1 Today we do not use the word “colored.” We use the word “black” or “African American.”

Answers:. Item 1 2 3 4 Answer b c a c


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Interactive phonemic chart

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Click HERE and HERE.

Phonetics Focus Zone HERE. Phonemic flip video HERE.

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Elementary Level That's English! - Revision 1

- Greetings and Goodbyes - HERE

- Numbers 1-20 - HERE and HERE

- Numbers 10 to 100 - HERE ,HERE.

- Days of the week - HERE

- Countries and nationalities - HEREHERE, HERE (1 ESO easy my country)

- The alphabet - HERE (1 ESO - The alphabet)

- Possessive adjectives - HERE, HERE, HERE.

Verb TO BE (+ nationalities) - HERE (make the sentences negative)

Where is he/she from?//Is X HIS HER real name? What is HIS/HER real name? Click HERE

WHAT’S YOUR /HIS / HER NAME? MY NAME IS…...HER NAME IS….. HIS NAME IS…. 

WHERE ARE YOU FROM? I’M FROM….. 

WHERE IS HE/SHE FROM? SHE IS FROM……. HE IS FROM…... 

WHAT’S YOUR PHONE NUMBER? MY PHONE NUMBER IS ...

 WHAT DAY OF THE WEEK IS ………………… IN SPANISH?

ENGLISH FILE ELEMENTARY - CLICK HERE 

NEW ENGLISH FILE ELEMENTARY UNIT 1 C - HERE

ENGLISH FILE ELEMENTARY THIRD EDITION UNIT 2A - HERE

Singular and plural nouns exercises HERE  and  HERE.

A/an exercise HERE and HERE.

This/That/ These / Those exercises HERE , HERE and  HERE.

What’s on the table? Click HERE. (Object revision  - HERE and HERE)

Be and Have got - HERE and HERE.

Adjectives HERE, HERE, HERE.


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Vocabulary for EOI B2 monologues

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Click HERE

Image above from HERE.

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Pronunciation of R

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Click HERE. (Amigos Ingleses)

Linking R - Click HERE.

Intrusive R - Click HERE.

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Mistakes Spanish speakers make in English

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Click HERE.(By Patrickshwa)

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Cultural Week 2020: Taking care of the environment

This year we have chosen the topic" Taking Care of the Environment" for our Cultural Week at IES Taboada Chivite. (Click HERE and HERE for information about some of the previous Cultural Weeks, about Celtic Nations and The Beatles).

3 ESO PMAR students are going to recite the song "What a Wonderful World" while holding photos of our wonderful world. (OUTLINE HERE)

Very soon, a video on this blog.

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EEOOII MEDIATION

B1- B2 - C1 Mediation activities. Click HERE.

MEDIATION in Cristina Cabal’s blog. Click HERE.

Also from Cristina Cabal’s webpage: The environment (Activities including mediation ones - HERE)

Mediation activities Guadalajara EOI - HERE.

B1 Mediation activities - Raimundo de Toledo EOI - HERE.

Mediation Samples from several EEOOII - HERE.

The Way Experience - Speaking & Mediation materials for ESL teachers.

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Listening Comprehension :"Memento" Trailer

QUESTIONS:

1. ____________________ is a state when someone can’t remember things.
  Anorexia

  Memory

  Amnesia

(Does he suffer from amnesia?)

2. The man says that he hasn’t been able to "make new memories" since:
  last year

  his injury

  his accident

3. What’s the last thing he remembers?:
  His wife dying

  His wife taking to him

  Someone smashing a glass

4. The man wants to:
  get revenge on his wife

  remember his wife

  avenge his wife

5. Why isn't it safe for him to hang around there any more?

because there is a murderer looking for him

because there are cops looking for him

because the man who killed his wife is looking for him

6. The woman tells him: Trust....... Trust your own.........You can .........everything. You can never know anything for...........

(From learnenglishfeelgood)

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Amigos Ingleses: "Don't make these mistakes in the B2 test"

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Click HERE.

Sentences in the photo above: key HERE.

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Online Christmas Vocabulary Games + Let It Snow

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Let it snow exercise HERE.

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NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS

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Click HERE (from Cristina Cabal’s webpage)

Fill in the gaps activity for the song "New Year’s Resolutions" HERE.

Video about new year’s resolutions HERE.

The Random New Year’s Resolution Generator HERE.

2020 Resolution Generator HERE.

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Choirboy using helium (from classicfm.com)

How do you get over the problem of your boy sopranos’ voices breaking? A massive helium balloon, of course. Here’s how it sounds in Allegri’s Miserere...

Choirboys have a pretty tough life. 

For years, they’ve been praised and admired for their beautifully angelic high Cs – but then puberty  comes and...no more high Cs

Luckily, The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge has found a solution for this inconvenience. 

Instead of hiring a soprano to hit the top notes, they’ve discovered that a nice big balloon of helium does the job just as well.

In this stunning performance of Allegri’s ‘Miserere’, a male university student is able to hit a C6 (a soprano C, to you and me) simply by inhaling a gulp of helium from a giant balloon.

Allegri’s ‘Miserere’ was famously transcribed and brought into the public domain by Mozart in 1770. 

The young composer, then aged just 14, supposedly once heard the piece at a concert, returned home and wrote down the whole thing note for note.

In all seriousness, this video was actually filmed as an April Fool’s prank in 2014.

 

COMPLETE:


"High …......…….  ……......... have been part of the choir sound for …….......   ….......…..   …….......…   ………………”. "...…….. a lengthy consultation process, during …....…….we  …....……. that the surgical solution was surprisingly …......….. with the choral scholars, someone in the …......…….   ….......……..  came up with a …....…….    …….......….  ....................-- and now all we …….….. is a very large  ……....….    ……...….    ……......….”

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