This lesson was specially planned for Easter! This Sunday is definitely going to be nicer and warmer with these pancakes! Children learn the names of the ingredients, the utensils, and the commands put, mix, fry, etc.
Song Video Pinkfong:
This lesson was planned for an Instagram Live lesson that took place on the 7th of April of 2020.
First students are going to be presented with the vocabulary, then tested – in order to see if they are on the same page, then the freer practice relates to the students’ families.
Then I decided to revive my blog using it.
The Google Slide link is:
Hope you have fun!
This lesson is based on the Joker film’s critics and the society we are currently living in. In this lesson, I would like to raise students’ awareness of the Burnout Society (philosophy by Byung – Stanford Reads) and enrich them with B2 vocabulary.
Google Slide: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1nRSe07Xe3m0UnLxmRgsmkfdD3sR_igUDqPzSjS90ITE/edit?usp=sharing
BBC Article Original: https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-49549633
BBC Article adapted to this lesson: JOKER
Byung-Chul Han’s Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WN3aMCSip1A
Further Reading Suggestion: https://www.amazon.com.br/Burnout-Society-Byung-Chul-Han/dp/0804795096
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This lesson was developed for a conversation lesson in which the main topic is Culture. Escape Rooms have been gaining a new status around the world, especially in companies, where employees have to work on strategies – be it to improve a team’s productivity or as a dynamics to hire a new person.
Article from VOX:
This is a lighter, conversation lesson (compared to the CLIL one) for the beginning of your term. You could have a music quiz and then talk about a little bit of culture related to music and New Orleans.
Google Slide lesson:
Thought Economics article:
Video – Exploring New Orleans Jazz:
Mattielo and I have decided to share the first lesson of the ONLINE DELTA prep course, in case you are in doubt whether to take it or not.
We are using Google Platform to post slides, recommended background readings, extra videos, Quizlet cards, past mocks and more.
Feedback on the mocks is provided via email and we have set 1 live a month, to talk about what has been covered until that point.
Here is a demo lesson, please share your comments, your doubts and fears, suggestions, etc – I’m looking forward to it.
Background Reading suggestions:
– “How to teach Vocabulary” by Scott Thornbury
– “Implementing the Lexical Approach” Michael Lewis
Binomials & Trinomials