Friday, 30 November 2012

FOOD - MORE GAMES


More games for the topic “FOOD”. Just click the pictures and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.




FOOD - MORE GAMES


More games for the topic “FOOD”. Just click the pictures and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.




FIND OUT! 2 - GAMES

Here you are several games to practice the contents of the book "Find Out! 2". Click the picture and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.


FIND OUT! 2 - GAMES

Here you are several games to practice the contents of the book "Find Out! 2". Click the picture and enjoy.

Regards, Christopher.


Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

UNIT 2 - YOUR BODY - BONES, MUCLES AND JOINTS

Hello again dear friends:

Candace, our language assistant, has done this presentation as a summary of the unit we are dealing with. It is about bones, muscles and joints. I hope you like it.


Regards, Christopher.




UNIT 2 - YOUR BODY - BONES, MUSCLES AND JOINTS

Hello again dear friends:

Candace, our language assistant, has done this presentation as a summary of the unit we are dealing with. It is about bones, muscles and joints. I hope you like it.

Regards, Christopher.



Monday, 12 November 2012

2ND LEVEL - UNIT 2: YOUR BODY

 

READ AND STUDY FOR THE EXAM:
  • Your body has three parts: your head, your torso and your limbs.
  • You bend your body at the joints. Shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee and ankle are joints.
  • Biceps, pectoral, abdominal, gluteus and calf muscle are muscles.
  • Muscles are elastic and cover the skeleton.
  • Skull, radius, ulna, humerus, ribs, spine column, pelvis, femur and tibia are bones.
  • Bones are hard and rigid. Bones are inside your body. Bones form the skeleton.
  • You need air to live. You breathe air in through your nose. The air goes down a tube called the trachea.
  • When you breathe in, you fill your lungs with air.
  • When you breathe out, you empty your lungs. Lungs are like bags.

Regards, Christopher.

2ND LEVEL - UNIT 2: YOUR BODY

 

READ AND STUDY FOR THE EXAM:
  • Your body has three parts: your head, your torso and your limbs.
  • You bend your body at the joints. Shoulder, elbow, wrist, knee and ankle are joints.
  • Biceps, pectoral, abdominal, gluteus and calf muscle are muscles.
  • Muscles are elastic and cover the skeleton.
  • Skull, radius, ulna, humerus, ribs, spine column, pelvis, femur and tibia are bones.
  • Bones are hard and rigid. Bones are inside your body. Bones form the skeleton.
  • You need air to live. You breathe air in through your nose. The air goes down a tube called the trachea.
  • When you breathe in, you fill your lungs with air.
  • When you breathe out, you empty your lungs. Lungs are like bags.

Regards, Christopher.

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