A festival

Prepare a presentation of a festival.

Questions:

  1. What is the name of your holiday?

  2. In what season do you celebrate it?

  3. What do you celebrate?

  4. What are the traditions?

  5. Why do you like this holiday?

TIPS FOR THE ORAL PRESENTATION:

  1. Say your name and the title of the presentation.

    1. “My name is…
    2. “Our presentation is about…”
  2. Do not read the information from the board.

  3. Good pronunciation.

  4. Good volume, good posture, look at the audience.

  5. Finish your presentation:

    1. “And this is our presentation about…”
    2. “Thank you very much for your attention”.

 

Cinquain poems for Saint George

CINQUAIN POEMS

Saint George

by Carla and Fátima.

marvelous,full of love

give of presents,rose,books.

fascinating

FOOTBALL

by Miloud & Eloy

fun, sporty

shoot,run and teamplay

the futball is passion

fun

 

BROKEN HEART

by Judith

SAD

PAINFUL

EAT CHOCOLATE,

CRY WEEP,

TALK WITH ONE FRIEND

Your daily routine

1. Check your daily routine with the video:

2. Can you complete the sentences about the boy from the video?
 
“The boy ____________ at seven o’clock.” (wake up)
“He ___________ his face in the morning.” (wash)
“He ___________ with his friends in the afternoon.” (play)
 
 
3. What about them?
“The girl _________ lunch at two o’clock.” (have lunch)
“She ____________ fish and salad.” (eat)
“The dog ________ chicken.” (eat)
“It _________ chicken.” (love)
“The children _______ at night.” (sleep)
“They __________ a lot.” (sleep)
[Activity created by María Márquez]

Halloween poems

 

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On the 31st October it’s Halloween. Do you like it? Do you celebrate it?

1. We are going to read some Halloween poems. First, listen to the teacher as she reads them. What Halloween words do you know? Write them down.

POEM 1 – Five little pumpkins.

POEM 2 – Flutter, flutter little bat.

POEM 3 – Jack-O-Lantern.

POEM 4 – Monsters.

POEM 5 – Pumpkin Time.

POEM 6 – Trick or treat.

POEM 7 – Who’s that knocking?

2. Now, in pairs, choose one poem and practise it. Then, you are going to read it out loud.