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We are going to practise for the Mid-Year Exam. Let’s start revising Vocabulary. Play games on the following vocabulary: 1- Body 2- House 3- Professions 4- Family 5- Sports 6- Animals If time, play some games on: Present Simple Past … Continue reading
Have a look at this Tutorial on the Present Simple.
We worked on Abraham Lincoln and The Strongest One. We also revised Present Continuous, Possessive Adjectives and Comparatives and Superlatives. We posted our play scenes in the Blog, watched a tutorial on Present Continuous and played some online games.
Have a look at these tutorials. They will help you revise and remember! Click on the images to watch the videos.
We studied Past Simple and Present Simple and did photocopies in the folder. Then, we revised Prepositions of Place and Predicates. Finally, we read our Realistic Fictions.
We revised Present Simple, Past Simple, Predicates and Prepositions of Place orally and then we did different exercises in the folder.
We read Henry and Mudge. Then, we read a student model of a Realistic Fiction. Next, we wrote a Realistic Fiction in the Past about a child who discovered something outdoors. First, we wrote a draft copy and then a … Continue reading
We did the dictation. It was Lucas’ Special Day. It was great! Then, we finished watching “Nanny McPhee”. Finally, we revised Present Simple and did an exercise in the folder on Present Simple and the movie.