Sunday, 8 December 2013

AROUND THE WORLD WITH WILLY FOG - INTRO AND LYRICS

Hello again!

As you know, this year we are developing the project "Around the world in eighty days" by Jules Verne. We use this video as an introduction to the topic. Just click the picture and sing as many times as you want.

Regards, Christopher.


AROUND THE WORLD WITH WILLY FOG - INTRO AND LYRICS

Hello again!

As you know, this year we are developing the project "Around the world in eighty days" by Jules Verne. We use this video as an introduction to the topic. Just click the picture and sing as many times as you want.

Regards, Christopher.

THE UNION JACK

 


The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland uses as its national flag the royal banner known as the Union Flag or Union Jack.

The current design of the flag dates from the union of Ireland and Great Britain in 1801. It consists of the red cross of Saint George (patron saint of England), edged in white, superimposed on the Cross of St Patrick (patron saint of Ireland), which are superimposed on the Saltire of Saint Andrew (patron saint of Scotland). Wales, however, is not represented in the Union Flag by Wales's patron saint, Saint David, as at the time the flag was designed Wales was part of the Kingdom of England.



THE UNION JACK

 


The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland uses as its national flag the royal banner known as the Union Flag or Union Jack.

The current design of the flag dates from the union of Ireland and Great Britain in 1801. It consists of the red cross of Saint George (patron saint of England), edged in white, superimposed on the Cross of St Patrick (patron saint of Ireland), which are superimposed on the Saltire of Saint Andrew (patron saint of Scotland). Wales, however, is not represented in the Union Flag by Wales's patron saint, Saint David, as at the time the flag was designed Wales was part of the Kingdom of England.



Saturday, 7 December 2013

DO YOU LIKE READING?

Click the picture and enjoy the amazing adventure of reading. Enjoy!!!
Regards, Christopher.

DO YOU LIKE READING?

Click the picture and enjoy the amazing adventure of reading. Enjoy!!!
Regards, Christopher.

Friday, 29 November 2013

LET'S CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS - ETWINNING PROJECT


Christmas decorations made of felt:

Here you are some Christmas decorations made by my students. They have used felt, a very useful material used for kids. It is included in our project "Let's celebrate Christmas" with other countries (Rumania, Poland, Greece, Portugal, Bulgaria, France, The United Kingdom, Italy, Poland, Turkey, Ireland, Bulgaria and Czech Republic).

Regards, Christopher.


Wednesday, 16 October 2013

HALLOWEEN - HISTORY AND VIDEO

Halloween is celebrated on 31st October. It is an exciting event in the United States and in Great Britain. Every American calendar has Halloween marked on it. Halloween has an ancient Celtic origins. On the Celtic calendar Samhain was the last day of summer and the last day of the year, 31 st October. Wide your knowledge about this festivity by watching the following video. Just click Dora, the explorer.

Happy Halloween!!! Regards, Christopher.

HALLOWEEN - HISTORY AND VIDEO

Halloween is celebrated on 31st October. It is an exciting event in the United States and in Great Britain. Every American calendar has Halloween marked on it. Halloween has an ancient Celtic origins. On the Celtic calendar Samhain was the last day of summer and the last day of the year, 31 st October. Wide your knowledge about this festivity by watching the following video. Just click Dora, the explorer.

Happy Halloween!!! Regards, Christopher.

Friday, 27 September 2013

HOW OFTEN DO YOU...? - ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY - 6TH LEVEL

     Hello again dear friends! 


   Students (6th level A and B) are learning how to use the adverbs of frequency (i.e. often, sometimes...) in sentences. They know the structure of affirmative (Subject + Adverb + Verb + Complements) and interrogative sentences (Do/Does + Subject + Verb + Complements + ?). I hope these videos help them (and you) to wide their (and your) knowledges. Get luck! 

 Regards, Christopher.


Wednesday, 17 April 2013

UNIT 8 - ANIMALS


Remember:

Domestic animals live near people. They live on a farm or in a house. They give us food and they keep us company. Some animals live on land and some animals live in the water.

Animals are different. Some animals are very big and some are very small. Some animals have two legs. Animals can have for legs, six legs, eight legs, no legs or lots of legs!

People, animals and plants are living things. Living things are born, they grow, they eat, they reproduce and they die.

Oviparous animals are born from eggs. Viviparous animals are born from the mother’s womb.

Herbivores eat plants. Carnivores eat meat. Omnivores eat meat and plants.

Birds are born from eggs. Birds have wings, feathers and a beak. Their bodies are covered with feathers.

Mammals are born from their mother’s womb. Their bodies are covered with hair.

Reptiles are born from eggs and they crawl. Their bodies are covered with scales.


UNIT 8 - ANIMALS


Remember:

Domestic animals live near people. They live on a farm or in a house. They give us food and they keep us company. Some animals live on land and some animals live in the water.

Animals are different. Some animals are very big and some are very small. Some animals have two legs. Animals can have for legs, six legs, eight legs, no legs or lots of legs!

People, animals and plants are living things. Living things are born, they grow, they eat, they reproduce and they die.

Oviparous animals are born from eggs. Viviparous animals are born from the mother’s womb.

Herbivores eat plants. Carnivores eat meat. Omnivores eat meat and plants.

Birds are born from eggs. Birds have wings, feathers and a beak. Their bodies are covered with feathers.

Mammals are born from their mother’s womb. Their bodies are covered with hair.

Reptiles are born from eggs and they crawl. Their bodies are covered with scales.


Wednesday, 27 February 2013

UNIT 6 - PLANET EARTH

Hello again dear friends!

Sorry, but I have had technical problems with my computer and my laptop.
Well, as you know, we are dealing with the topic “Planet Earth”. Here you are four videos and a ppt in order to reinforce the main concepts. And remember…

We live on planet Earth. Earth is a large sphere.
Most of the Earth is covered by water. The rest is covered by land.
There is air all around the Earth. This air is called the atmosphere.
The Earth turns once every 24 hours. This is a day.
The Earth also moves round the Sun. This takes one year.
The Earth gets light from the Sun.
You can see the Moon in the sky at night. 
The Moon moves round the Earth.
The Sun is a star. It is the nearest star to Earth. 
The Sun gives the Earth light and heat.

Regards, Christopher.

UNIT 6 - PLANET EARTH

Hello again dear friends!

Sorry, but I have had technical problems with my computer and my laptop.
Well, as you know, we are dealing with the topic “Planet Earth”. Here you are four videos and a ppt in order to reinforce the main concepts. And remember…

We live on planet Earth. Earth is a large sphere.
Most of the Earth is covered by water. The rest is covered by land.
There is air all around the Earth. This air is called the atmosphere.
The Earth turns once every 24 hours. This is a day.
The Earth also moves round the Sun. This takes one year.
The Earth gets light from the Sun.
You can see the Moon in the sky at night. 
The Moon moves round the Earth.
The Sun is a star. It is the nearest star to Earth. 
The Sun gives the Earth light and heat.

Regards, Christopher.

Sunday, 27 January 2013

THE WATER CYCLE SONG - 2ND LEVEL A - JANUARY 2013


The Water Cycle takes the water and moves it. Up and Down and all around the Earth .

Evaporation comes when the heat from the Sun warms up all the groundwater, then it turns to water vapour.

Condensation takes over, it goes up to the clouds. Water vapour cools down and it changes to a liquid, now.

Precipitation happens when the drops get big. It falls like Rain, Snow, Sleet, and Hail upon my head.

I know it's the water cycle happening again: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation.

THANK YOU CHILDREN FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION!!! 
REGARDS, CHRISTOPHER.

THE WATER CYCLE SONG - 2ND LEVEL A - JANUARY 2013


The Water Cycle takes the water and moves it. Up and Down and all around the Earth .

Evaporation comes when the heat from the Sun warms up all the groundwater, then it turns to water vapour.

Condensation takes over, it goes up to the clouds. Water vapour cools down and it changes to a liquid, now.

Precipitation happens when the drops get big. It falls like Rain, Snow, Sleet, and Hail upon my head.

I know it's the water cycle happening again: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation.

THANK YOU CHILDREN FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION!!! 
REGARDS, CHRISTOPHER.

Wednesday, 23 January 2013

AIR AND WATER - REVIEW


And remember:

  • Air is a mixture of different gases. One of these gases is oxygen.
  • People, animals and plants need oxygen to live.
  • There is water in the sea, in rivers, in lakes and in clouds.
  • Sea water is salty. You cannot drink it. You cannot water plants with it.
  • There is fresh water in rivers and lakes. You can drink it. You can water plants with it.
  • Water is a liquid. Water vapour is a gas. Ice is a solid.

AIR AND WATER - REVIEW



And remember:

  • Air is a mixture of different gases. One of these gases is oxygen.
  • People, animals and plants need oxygen to live.
  • There is water in the sea, in rivers, in lakes and in clouds.
  • Sea water is salty. You cannot drink it. You cannot water plants with it.
  • There is fresh water in rivers and lakes. You can drink it. You can water plants with it.
  • Water is a liquid. Water vapour is a gas. Ice is a solid.

THE STATES OF WATER AND THE WATER CYCLE - GAMES

 

THE STATES OF WATER AND THE WATER CYCLE - GAMES

 

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