Oral presentation Melissa: Hi, everyone! Today I would like to talk about how to become the most popular teen in school. Firstly, I think getting good academic results is the first factor to make you become popular since, having a good academic result, your teacher will award you in front of your schoolmates. Then, your schoolmates will know who you are and maybe they would like to get to know you because they want to learn something good from you. Secondly, I think participating in school clubs and student unions can help to make you become popular, since after participating in these school clubs or student union, people will know who you are and it can help you to make friends all around the school, no matter senior forms or junior forms. In conclusion, I think to become the most popular teen in school we need to have good academic results and also participate in school clubs and student union. Kelvin: Good evening, everyone! But, should the government make it illegal?
Tips on how to make a video news report Do you want to make a TV news report but have no idea where to start? Watch this video to see how a group of students, with help from the BBC's Sophie Long, go about it and read the advice below. How to make a video news report What's the story? Before starting any news report, the most important point to remember is: Keep it simple. Planning As with any story, you must plan how you want to start your report and how you want to end it. When planning your report, you will need to consider the five Ws. What - What is the story? Why - Why is the story important to your audience? Who - Who is involved? Where - Where is the story happening, and where is the best place to film? When - Has the story already happened, or is it about to happen? By planning each of these points in detail, you'll know exactly what you need to film, where and when. Filming Once you have done all your planning, then you can start to film. A basic TV news report is made up of five parts: Equipment Health and safety
The joy of English pronunciation If your browser does not display the IPA part of Unicode correctly, here is a PDF version of the same thing. The text Dearest creature in creation Studying English pronunciation, I will teach you in my verse Sounds like corpse, corps, horse and worse. I will keep you, Susy, busy, Make your head with heat grow dizzy; Tear in eye, your dress you'll tear; Queer, fair seer, hear my prayer. Pray, console your loving poet, Make my coat look new, dear, sew it! Sword and sward, retain and Britain (Mind the latter how it's written). Now I surely will not plague you With such words as vague and ague, But be careful how you speak, Say: gush, bush, steak, streak, break, bleak, Previous, precious, fuchsia, via, Recipe, pipe, studding-sail, choir; Woven, oven, how and low, Script, receipt, shoe, poem, toe. Say, expecting fraud and trickery: Daughter, laughter and Terpsichore, Branch, ranch, measles, topsails, aisles, Missiles, similes, reviles. One, anemone, Balmoral, Kitchen, lichen, laundry, laurel.
Where Children Sleep photographs from around the world | Daily Mail Online Photographer James Mollison travelled around the world to capture children's bedrooms The project, Where Children Sleep is set to highlight children's rights across the globeChildren, and their bedrooms, come from all over the world, from China to the U.S. to Brazil By Sara Malm Published: 10:30 GMT, 3 April 2014 | Updated: 14:43 GMT, 3 April 2014 The difference between east and west, rich and poor becomes stark when looking at how our children sleep at night. Where Children Sleep, a project by photographer James Mollison, is set to highlight children’s rights by contrasting the different living situations for young people across the globe. We meet nine-year-old Dong from China who sleeps underneath a poster of Chairman Mao with his parents and sister; Roathy, eight, from Cambodia who lives on a rubbish tip; Kaya, four, from Tokyo, whose mother makes her at least three new dresses a month; and Indira from Nepal who has worked in the local granite quarry since the age of three.
Who killed Santa? Who killed Santa? When I came to the classroom this morning I found Santa. Dead. I cried and said to myself: "What will now happen to Christmas? (Picture: www.merriemysteries.com) 1. 3. 3. There will be prize for the correct answer! I hope you will find the murderer! This lesson is inspired by: The Caz on www.tes.com If you are a teacher and wants to use this lesson - go to the link above and search for Christmas Murder Mystery.
Speech Peer Evaluation Form Pronunciation Pronunciation Lessons Intonation - Intonation is the rising and falling sounds of the voice when speaking. Intonation (Part 2) - Phrasing - In addition to the intonation of a statement, there is another aspect of speech that indicates meaning -- phrasing. Intonation (Part 3) - Contrast - Once the intonation of new information is established, you'll soon notice that there is a pattern that breaks that flow. When you want to emphasize one thing over another, you reflect this contrast with pitch change. Intonation (Part 4) - In any language, there are areas of overlap, where one category has a great deal in common with a different category. Fonetik med iPad och dator I veckan har mina 9or för första gången fått möta fonetisk skrift. Vissa lärare arbetar väldigt mycket med det, själv berör jag det knappt alls i varken tyska eller engelska. När jag undervisade i franska lade jag mer energi på det av den enkla anledningen att stavningen och uttalet skiljer sig så markant åt i franska språket. De här skillnaderna mellan uttal och skrift finns ju också i engelskan, men då eleverna hör så mycket engelska i sin vardag blir behovet inte lika tydligt. Fonetik nämns inte i kursplanerna för engelska och moderna språk i Lgr11, men i det centrala innehållet finns en punkt som lyder "Språkliga företeelser för att förtydliga, variera och berika kommunikationen som ut- tal, intonation och fasta språkliga uttryck, grammatiska strukturer och satsbyggnad." Det tycker jag även kan handla om att kunna läsa ut den fonetiska skriften i en ordbok. Jag introducerade ämnet med en kort film om uttal från BBC.