Lights Camera Action Search for Ideas and Resources Filter Results Menu Lights Camera Action Take part in a wide range of film, movie and animation making activities with our free 'Lights, Camera, Action!' A day in the life of The Queen - her daily routine Queen Elizabeth II, who recently became the longest-reigning British Monarch in history, is busy from morning until midnight it would seem… Take a look at The Queen’s daily routine and how she spends most of her time. The Queen’s day is always busy. Picture by: Splash News Rising at around 8.30 am, Her Majesty is greeted by the sounds of the bagpipes each morning at nine, as a piper plays on the terrace beneath her apartment at Buckingham Palace. She usually takes a bath before having breakfast in her apartment alone, and it is usually Cornflakes or Special K cereal and fresh or dried fruit.
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Royal chef reveals the Queen's favourite meals A typical lunch, served at 1pm, would be fish, such as a grilled Dover sole, on a bed of wilted spinach or with courgettes. Then there would be afternoon tea of cakes, scones and sandwiches. Mr McGrady reveals her favourite cakes were honey and cream sponge, ginger, fruit and the chocolate biscuit cake that Prince William also chose to be served at his wedding reception. At least two varieties of sandwich were offered, such as cucumber, smoked salmon, egg mayonnaise, ham and mustard. The crusts cut off. She also had her favourite jam pennies, tiny raspberry jam sandwiches cut into circles the size of an old English penny and washed down with Earl Grey tea.
Facelift – WebEnglish.se WebEnglish.se has gone through a total facelift. For the last week, we have been working to make WebEnglish.se more accessible, user-friendly, modern and faster for our visitors’ convenience. Themes have got a more prominent position, as you can access them on a separate Themes Page as well as under each level’s menu item. The number of language level categories has been diminished from five to four, after a vote on Facebook. 20 WebCam Activities for EFL ESL Students Back in November 2008 I published Part 1 of a series of articles intended to explore the use of WebCams in education. I have now finally got round to writing Part 2 which is a collection of 20 activities EFL ESL teachers can do with their students. Here are some links to useful free video communication tools that you could use for these activities. MailVu is a simple to use app which runs in the browser and enables students to record a short message which can be sent by email.EyeJot is another simple video email app which also has a mobile version.Skype is of course the mainstream choice for synchronous communication.Oovoo is a Skype competitor which also enables the recording of video interviews by capturing both interviewer and interviewee.20 WebCam Activities 1.
Halloween Worksheets and Activities Lanternfish has a variety of different activities for Halloween. Just click on the worksheet below. It may take a while to open as most of the files are MS Word documents. Activities Another guest post from Lee Shutler. Until recently Lee has been working as an Academic Manager for the BC in . He is now teaching in East Kent in the and co-authoring on a Middle School textbook for the German market. In a teaching generation so-called drilling seems to have shifted in its position on the EFL agenda. When I did my CTEFLA, drilling was considered part of the main menu in a lesson.