FCE Compact for Schools - The School Aranda Internal Blog. Rocket-Propelled Toy Car. Step #1: PrevNext This is the stuff you will need to make the rocket propelled toy car.Hint: Use only a good quality soda straw.Hint: Use a good quality balloon.
Also, it is wise to limber up the balloon by blowing it up a few times before using it in this project. This will make it easier to blow up using the straw.The smallest Lego wheels work best.Any duct tape will work. I used red because it is more colorful. Step #2: The photo is self-explanatoryNotice the small size of the Lego wheels used here. Step #3: Insert the straw as far into the balloon as it will go.Make sure you make a nearly perfect seal with the duct tape so air doesn't leak out between the straw and balloon. Step #4: Use electrical tape to attach the straw-balloon combination to the Lego car you just made. Step #5: After blowing up the balloon make sure you squeeze the straw enough to keep the air in the balloon. Step #6: When you want to start the car moving, simply let go of the straw! Step #7: TEYL Distance Online. Programme leader: Dr Annie Hughes Intensive Modules At the beginning of each year of study there is a compulsory Intensive Module, in which students prepare for the year of study ahead with their supervisors and colleagues.
This module can either be taken as a face to face course in August (Switzerland), or as an online course, in October, December or March. The opportunity to attend the intensive module abroad for the TEYL qualification is unique to the University of York. A. Face to face Intensive Modules are 7 days long. Switzerland: The Intensive Introductory Module for the MA in TEYL in Schwyz, Switzerland will be from 12 August 2013*. Students will be provided with a list of accommodation options, at their request, offering a range of options to suit different budgets and requirements. * Please note that dates are provisional at this stage. B. The MA in TEYL online Intensive Introductory Module is 2 weeks long, but there is no requirement to travel, as students can study from anywhere. How to Talk About Wine. Www.yltsig.org. Eltresourceful.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/elt-resourceful-pay-it-forward-intermediate2.pdf.
Downloadable lesson materials. CrowdWish Level: B2/Upper Intermediate and up Skills: Speaking, reading and listening Language: idioms (dream come true, like magic, step in the right direction etc) and wish (including wish + would) ELT Resourceful – Crowdwish The lesson is about a new online service, CrowdWish, which invites people to post their wishes on their website.
You’ve got to have a dream Level: B1/Intermediate and up Skills: Speaking and writing Language: reason and result linkers, adjectives of personality A free downloadable lesson, based around a Russian advertising video for shampoo. ELT Resourceful – You’ve got to have a dream Orangutan asks for help in sign language Skills: speaking and listening Language: environment vocabulary (e.g. deforestation, consumers, sustainable) ELT Resourceful – Orangutan asks for help in sign language The lesson starts with an activity to find out what students know about orangutans. Gratitude Skills: Reading, speaking, listening and writing ELT Resourceful-Gratitude A good deed To R.P.
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