Se muestran los artículos pertenecientes a Febrero de 2012.
Canan elephant .......... ?No,it can’t
HERE wordle with verbs to play What's happening? From New English File Elementary Communication Games.
There is - There are exercises HERE.
Click HERE as well (OPEN - MENU - 1º ESO - Intermediate - My house)
El Tinglado, as you probably know if you follow Oracle Night is an amazing blog, a must, one you have to "visit". HERE you have a post by Alejandro Valero with activities to be done after watching the short film Sintel in Search of a Dragon.
Practise listening comprehension/SPEAKING by answering these 200 three-level questions from four teachers. Many of them are typical questions in First Certificate or CAE oral exams.
On top you have a lot of question cards for you to practise your speaking skills.
Besides, if you click HERE, you will have the chance to answer Elementary level questions about you, your family, your job, your routine, your free time, food, your last time out, your home and your town, your country, your last holiday and your next holiday.
HERE Pre-intermediate level questions about you, your future, food, films, holidays, jobs, profile, sports, your town.
HERE Intermediate level questions about travel, celebrities, dating, kids and schooldays, parties, relax, sport, stereotypes, time, books, films, eating out, friends, home and family, money, tourism, food and diet, cars, education, music, traffic, work.
HERE Upper- Intermediate level (Modules 7,8,9, That’s English!) questions about English, money, language and behaviour, the cinema, homechores, education (Mod. 7) Shopping, the environment, immigration, two countries, homeless, books, prejudice (Mod. 8) Humour, newspapers, technology, politics, old age, television, English beyond That’s English! (Mod. 9)
BESIDES, you can learn how to ASK FOR SOMETHING, OFFER SOMETHING, OFFER HELP, ASK FOR A FAVOUR, ASK FOR PERMISSION, INVITE OR SUGGEST, GIVE ADVICE, ASK FOR SUGGESTIONS, ASK FOR DIRECTIONS.... HERE (EL TINGLADO BLOG)
At last, thanks to Javier’s hard work (Javier Rodríguez, Science teacher, fantastic photographer and editor), The Water Cycle Rap videoclip is ready.
We hope you will enjoy it!!!!!!!
By the way, The Water Cycle Rap has a version in Galician language, O Rap do Ciclo da Auga. Click HERE.
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My first year ESO D students are going to be models on the catwalk (activity to include in their portfolio).
Since they are learning vocabulary about clothes and the present continuous (click HERE), some students are going to "do the catwalk" (in front of a photocall drawn by Javier Díaz, Plastic Arts teacher and some of his students), while others describe what they are wearing.
You also have a fill in the gaps to be done while watching the videoclip I’m too sexy (on top).
On THIS PAGE you will find guides, practice tests for each level of the test, test tips and guidance published by the Council of Europe on the functions and notions that learners should be able to use effectively at Level A1 (Foundation) - Level 1 (Elementary) - Level 2 (Intermediate) -Level 3 (Upper - intermediate).