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Halloween 7-9 – WebEnglish.se

Halloween 7-9 – WebEnglish.se
A Theme Page about All Hallows’ Eve, Halloween, on October 31st, suitable for level A2-B1, year 7-9 in Sweden Related Themes: Halloween 4-6, Halloween B1, Salem Witch Hunt Warm-up Songs Vocabulary Lesson Plans Reading Listening Viewing Speaking Writing Quizzes Game Interactive More Materials This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License

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The Monkey’s Paw Adapted from a story by W W Jacobs by EFLshorts.com Chapter 1 The night was cold and wet. But in the small living room of Laburnam Villa, a fire burned brightly and a father and son played chess*. The father was a good player, but the son was better. His wife watched them play and warmed her hands in front of the fire.

The Heroes Unit: Subunit 1 – Qualities of a Hero and the Heroic Journey – The... This is a mammoth of a blog post, so I am going to split it up into three parts for your viewing pleasure.This unit is on Heroes with three subunits – fictional heroes, modern day heroes and personal heroes. You can go through it in about 2 -3 months. Do me a favour. Ask your students who their heroes are. How many of them can answer that? I was quite shocked when not very many students could identify a hero in their life or even someone to look up to.

Planning for 2016 WebEnglish.se suggests next term be filled with themes, books, films and whatever else the class might come up with. If you follow these steps1. Start by asking your students what they would like to study in English. ESL Listening Comprehension Exercises: Movie clips to practice English SECTION 1: Movie Clips Learning through media (movies, music, etc.) is one of the best ways to learn a new language. The exercises below use movie clips to help you to better understand spoken English. Here's what you do: Halloween Writing Prompts! 1. Write a recipe for a witch’s brew. 2.

The Heroes Unit: Subunit 2 – Modern Day Heroes – The Canswedian English Teacher Subunit 2: Modern day Heroes The purpose with this assignment is forcing students to get outside of their own backyards and hopefully get a little inspiration. There are so many role models out there that students are not aware of. The next step in this heroes unit is talking about present day heroes. I have four biographies I use: Malala, Aung San Sun Kyi, Mandela and Terry Fox. They are modern day badasses in my opinion.

Christmas on WebEnglish.se ⋆ Teaching Matters WebEnglish.se has all the materials you’ll need until the end of term, with minimum planning time required. You can find direct links to our Christmas materials for each level directly on the page: Beginner 1-2, Lower Elementary 3-4, Elementary 5-6 and Intermediate 6-9 right below the category titles. You can also access all the materials through these shortcuts:Best of Christmas 1-6Best of Christmas 6-9Advent Calendar 1-3Advent Calendar 4-5Advent Calendar 6-7Advent Calendar 8-9 An Interactive Comic and Video Versions of The Pit and the Pendulum Halloween is just a week away and a lot of teachers may use this occasion to introduce their students to Edgar Allan Poe's classic The Pit and the Pendulum. Here are a couple of resources that can be used to introduce the story to your students. The Pit and the Pendulum is available as an interactive comic book created by Poe in the Pit. If you view the comic book online you can click symbols within it to open videos, additional images, and additional background and analysis of Poe's work. If you choose to print the comic book you can us the QR codes embedded within it to access the videos, images, and additional info on your mobile device. I was sick, sick unto death with that long agony... from Into ThePit on Vimeo.

Hero Subunit 3: Three Paragraph Essay on a Personal Hero – The Canswedian Eng... Subunit 3: Three paragraph essay on a personal hero. Ask the students to think about their personal hero, or someone they look up to. It could be a family member, singer, someone from history, whoever…It is mindblowing how many will say they don’t know. If they don’t have one – they can research. I showed a few people The White Helmets from Syria for example. One girl thought about her grandmother who was battling cancer.

10 lifesaving websites for ESL teachers Lisa has asked me for some recommendations regarding useful sites for EFL teachers and I’m happy to make a little compilation of the places I visit most often to find ideas, inspirations, betimes lesson plans if I feel exceptionally lazy (The Liberation of the Garden Gnomes by Peter Vahle is just shiny!) and share them with you. So, here we go – my ten favourite websites: Hope you’ll like my choice and give these sites a go. I must admit, my life as a teacher is WAY easier thanks to those wonderful people contributing there, but I also appreciate their influence when I see my own teaching style spiced up with different inspirations and ideas – I feel motivated to change, experiment, develop, to make my classes as interesting as I can.

12 Terrifying Ghost Stories You Shouldn't Read Alone Whether you believe in ghosts or not, it’s tough not to get freaked out when you’re alone and you hear something bump in the night or even hear a voice. The stories below will freak you out so it’s best to read these with someone. Preferably a friend and not a stranger you’ve decided to creep up behind on the street. A couple of months ago, my friend’s cousin (a single mother) bought a new cell phone. This is Me – Grade 7 Unit – The Canswedian English Teacher I was so lucky this year, in that my Grade 7s walked into my English class bright eyed and bushy tailed – ready to go. One boy put up his hand on the first day and declared, “I want to learn English, because I want to go to California.” From what I’ve been told, this is the middle-class Swedish dream. You do you little man – you do you.

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