Exercises on English
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  1. Halloween origin

  • Halloween is celebrated every year on October 31st. Though it has roots in religion, it is currently a secular holiday.
  • Halloween occurs on: October 31st

Halloween
Halloween


  1. characters
  2. special effects
  3. custome


3ESO'C'-28thOctober2011


  1. Halloweenparty
  2. ideas for your disguise
  3. legends and tradition
  4. Celticroots
  5. ideas for your party










2'AB'27thAPRIL
  1. Talking about the PAST: +ED:external image past.gif
  2. Irregular verbs*!!!!! Write on your notebook those irregular verbs YOU ALREADY KNOW!!!
  3. How to practise IRREGULAR VERBS???



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visit Edmodo.com and check your mock writing

external image 15357_happy_easter.jpgORIGIN OF EASTER2'AB'11thAPRIL
    1. REVISING LAST UNIT: Impertive & ...
    2. Revising modals




























2'CD'7thAPRIL

simple or continuous? It's now or never!!!








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  1. NOW needs 2 WORDS: is playing... USUALLY needs 1 WORD: plays
  2. describing Mark and Caroline
  3. Let's meet Linda & Jeff
  4. This is an agenda
  5. Circle the clues to use present simple or continuous (usually or now?)





3'AB'7thAPRILMaking plans: What are we going to do today in English class?






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Are we going to practice PLANS in positive, negative and questions? YES, WE ARE!!!!!
  1. Warm-up
  2. Answer these questions with a positive sentence.
  3. These plans are HORRIBLE: negative utterances.
  4. We love gossip: What is going to happen next?
  5. Caesar's salad: a bit of everything together.

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2'AB'4thAPRIL
external image MODAL%252BVERBS.jpgcan= be able tomust = to have to







  1. can & can't;
  2. ability in the past: could & couldn't.
  3. must & have to
  4. advice: should & shouldn't
  5. Quiz on modals: can vs. should
  6. Impertive
  7. Revising modals
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6thMARCH
  1. MODALS: have a look!external image MODAL%252BVERBS.jpg
  2. ability: can & can't
  3. QUESTION ORDER (can = to be able to)
  4. obligation: must & prohibition: mustn't
  5. advice: should & shouldn't
  6. Quiz on modals: can vs. should


: can & can't; ability in the past: could & couldn't
must & have to






2'CD'31stMARCH


  1. ADD -S for 3rd person singular
  2. AUXILIARY DO for questions: Do you like English?->do & does for questions: ???
  3. don't and doesn't for NEGATIONS
  4. Short questions and short aswers
  5. Revise some & any

Revising & homework





3'AB'31stMARCH
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  1. Present perfect EXPLANATION
  2. Making sentences in Present Perfect
  3. Irregular verbs in present perfect
  4. My friend Jack
  5. Auxiliary verbs: do, be, have, can, will... Revising auxilary verbs: ONCE AGAIN






2AB28thMARCHvisit Edmodo.com and check your mock writing

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  1. can & can't;
  2. ability in the past: could & couldn't.
  3. must & have to
  4. advice: should & shouldn't
  5. Quiz on modals: can vs. should
  6. Impertive
  7. Revising modals





2'CD'24thMARCH

  1. 3rd person singular
  2. Question: Do you like English?
  3. Do or does?
  4. Short questions & short answers
  5. No!!!!! Present simple: don't & doesn't
  6. Make questions

Revising & homework





3'AB'24thMARCH
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  1. Questions in present perfect.
  2. Revising negations & questions
  3. Ever or never?
  4. never
  5. present perfect adverbs: already, just, yet, ever, never, since, for...
  6. Revising auxiliaries: short answers... ONCE AGAIN







2'CD'17thMARCH
  1. Describing: there is/ are
  2. Plural or singular? THERE IS vs ARE
  3. Look!> What is happening now?
  4. Questions
  5. Short answers









3'AB'17thMARCH
    1. Present perfect: singular or plural? Have vs. has.
    2. Word order: have+ participle.
    3. Negations.
    4. yet/already
    5. for/since
    6. just
    7. Jack on the sleeve: IRREGULAR VERBS
    8. ever/never... for next week...


















2AB12ESO'CD'-10thMARCH2011
  1. Now actions: READ about PRESENT CONTINUOUS GUY
  2. COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS: true or false?
  3. What are you doing now?
  4. Correct mistakes
  5. Word order
  6. CONSULTING DOUBTS...






3ESO'AB'-3rdMARCH2011
  1. Present perfect: singular or plural? Have vs. has.
  2. Word order: have+ participle.
  3. Negations.
  4. yet/already
  5. for/since
  6. just
  7. Jack on the sleeve: IRREGULAR VERBS
  8. ever/never... for next week...





2ESO'AB'-7thMARCH2011

  1. UPDATE: three task: (draft on notebook/ final version sent to alfamisterche@gmail.com)

  • Composition: describing a friend.
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  • COLLAGE (POSTER): Comparative & superlative at shool.
  • COLLAGE (POSTER) : GIVING DIRECTIONS AND GOING SHOPPING.
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2ESO'CD'-3rdMARCH2011
  1. everyday actions: READ about the present GIRL
  2. UNDERSTOOD?
  3. How we do it? Let's try it!
  4. Word order: Subjetc+Verb+Complements (ADVERBS?)
  5. word order: S+V+C






3ESO'AB'-3rdMARCH2011external image English%20Composition1.gif

  1. Composing techniques: mark this comp.
  2. Chop it into 4 paragraphs: one for each MINItitle:


1. Describing the house
2. Problem of the price
3. Advantages and disadvantages
4. Conclusion

  • Add a linker for every paragraph: PICK from this list: (use google translator to help you)

To begin with, to start
On one hand, on one side
However, on the contrary.
Summing up, in conclusion
On the other hand, on the other side
Besides, moreover, furthermore

  • Search the net for one or two images to illustrate the comp.
  • COPY ON YOUR NOTEBOOK THIS STRATEGY TO MAKE COMPOSITIONS:

1st. BRAINSTORM OF IDEAS (ABOUT THE TOPIC) à CHOOSE 4.
2nd. 1 IDEA à 1 PARAGRAPH (3 VERBS ~ 3 LINES).
3rd. 4 PARAGRAPHS: INTRODUCTION + DEVELOPMENT 1 + DEVELOPMENT 2 + CONCLUSION.
4th. ADD A LINKER IN EACH PARAGRAGH.
5th. CHECK OUT WORD ORDER: LOOK FOR SUBJECTS AND THEIR RELATION TO VERBS, ADJECTIVE POSITION…
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TASK: Make a comp about 'Your house': follow the 5 steps> write the draft version on your notebook> create a doc on your laptop and add some images to illustrate it& send it to alfamisterche@gmail.com







2ESO'AB'-2ndMARCH2011

  1. Comparing: video and written explanation: practising
  2. Comparative & superlative practice
  3. Irregular adjectives: good, bad, far, little, few, old
  4. Comparing and superlative task: deadline 2nd March 2011: PAIR WORK

  • STEP1: Create a document with your partner
  • STEP2: Compare these items of your school (classes, break, students, teachers, Maths, Physical Education, boys, girls, playground) USING these adjectives: young, interesting, dirty, hard.

Example: In my school, girls study harder than boysexternal image HardStudentLife.jpg



  • STEP3: 1Use these adjectives to describe your school with superlative sentences:good, bad, far, clever, pretty, boring, dangerous
  • STEP4: Search internet to look for images to illustrate every sentence.
  • STEP5: Sign up the page with the names of both students composing the pair and send it to: alfamisterche@gmail.com (deadline 2nd March 2011, included)











ANDALUSIA'S DAY
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ANDALUSIA day Webquest




2ESO'CD'-24thFEBRUARY2011

  1. Some & any use
  2. Multiple choice: a/an, some, any
  3. Countable or uncountable?
  4. Describing 'people'





















3ESO'AB'-24thFEBRUARY2011


  1. Scanning and skimming: Sarah went shopping
  2. Man injured at fast food restaurant


Skimming
Scanning
Skimming is used to quickly gather the most important information, or 'gist'. Run your eyes over the text, noting important information. Use skimming to quickly get up to speed on a current business situation. It's not essential to understand each word when skimming
Scanning is used to find a particular piece of information. Run your eyes over the text looking for the specific piece of information you need. Use scanning on schedules, meeting plans, etc. in order to find the specific details you require. If you see words or phrases that you don't understand, don't worry when scanning.
Examples of Skimming:
§ The Newspaper (quickly to get the general news of the day)
§ Magazines (quickly to discover which articles you would like to read in more detail)
§ Business and Travel Brochures (quickly to get informed)
Examples of Scanning
§ The "What's on TV" section of your newspaper.
§ A train / airplane schedule
§ A conference guid

  1. Writing a story with Google Translator: chop off paragraph > write short sentences > check grammar: 'The catcher in the rye' by J. D. Salinger: 'Si de verdad les interesa lo que voy a contarles, lo primero que querrán saber es dónde nací, cómo fue todo ese rollo de mi infancia, qué hacían mis padres antes de tenerme a mí, y demás puñetas estilo David Copperfield, pero no tengo ganas de contarles nada de eso. Primero porque es una lata, y, segundo, porque a mis padres les daría un ataque si yo me pusiera aquí a hablarles de su vida privada". Translate and send to alfamisterche@gmail.com

Deadline on 10th March 2011


2ESO'AB'-21stFEBRUARY2011

  1. Comparing: video and written explanation: practising
  2. Comparative & superlative practice
  3. Irregular adjectives: good, bad, far, little, few, old
  4. Comparing and superlative task: deadline 2nd March 2011: PAIR WORK

  • create a document with your partner
  • compare these items of your school (classes, break, students, teachers, Maths, Physical Education, boys, girls, playground) USING these adjectives: young, interesting, dirty, hard.

Example: In my school, girls study harder than boysexternal image HardStudentLife.jpg



  • Use these adjectives to describe your school with superlative sentences: good, bad, far, clever, pretty, boring, dangerous
  • Search internet to look for images to illustrate every sentence.
  • Sign up the page with the names of both students composing the pair and send it to: alfamisterche@gmail.com (deadline 2nd March 2011, included)





Salinger

2ESO'CD'-17thFEBRUARY2011

  1. Describing: there is/ there are (4 TIC exercises)








3ESO'AB'-17thFEBRUARY2011

  1. SIMULTENEOUSLY: 'She was reading when I phoned her' , 'They opened the door while we were studying'
  2. Actions after actions or simultaneous?
  3. while, as and when
  4. Scanning and skimming
  5. Writing a story with Google Translator: chop off paragraph > write short sentences > check grammar

February, 14th, 2011


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  1. Saint Valentine's cards
  2. Pick a Love Poem
  3. Become an authentic Valentine
  4. Love song: Lucky


Lyrics of ‘Lucky’, by Jason Mraz & Collbie Cailat



HE: Do you hear me?, I'm talking to you across the water across the deep blue ocean under the open sky, oh my, baby I'm trying


SHE: Boy I hear you in my dreams I feel your whisper across the sea I keep you with me in my heart You make it easier when life gets hard BOTH: I'm lucky I'm in love with my best friend Lucky to have been where I have been Lucky to be coming home again Ooohh They don't know how long it takes Waiting for a love like this Every time we say goodbye I wish we had one more kiss I'll wait for you I promise you, I will


BOTH: I'm lucky I'm in love with my best friend Lucky to have been where I have been Lucky to be coming home again Lucky we're in love every way Lucky to have stayed where we have stayed Lucky to be coming home someday HE: And so I'm sailing through the sea To an island where we'll meet You'll hear the music fill the air I'll put a flower in your hair



SHE: Though the breezes through trees Move so pretty you're all I see As the world keeps spinning round You hold me right here right now BOTH: I'm lucky I'm in love with my best friend…






2ESO'AB'- Task to send today 14thFEBRUARY2011

  1. Where are you shopping?
  2. external image 5.2-Buying-Clothes-for-Her.jpg PRESENT CONTINUOUS (near future) for PLANS
  3. Look for or design a town map (it means, a doc page):
  4. Give directions to find a clothes shop (Give 3 extra directions for Mr Che to guess where to go)
  5. Prepare a dialogue to buy some clothes for yourself to go to Saint Valentine's Party (Shop-assistant & customer)
  6. Sign up and send the page to alfamisterche@gmail.com






1ESO'CD'-11thFEBRUARY2011
  1. Revising DATES
  2. Revising Saxon
  3. Describing pictures: there is... there are...

RULES:
1. Use there IS for singular nouns (one item).
2. Use there IS for non-count items(group nouns).
3. Use there ARE for many items (plural nouns).
There is a spider on the wall.
There is milk on the floor.
There are pencils on my desk





3ESO'AB'-10thFEBRUARY2011

  1. Long actions in the past: past continuous as temporary actions
  2. questions
  3. short answers
  4. negative
  5. SIMULTANEOUSLY: shorter action during longer action: I opened the door while you were reading




1ESO'CD'-11thFEBRUARY2011
  1. contraction
  2. Saxon ´s: Mr Che's gown is white
  3. Saxon in plural: the boys' game.
  4. saxon or not?
  5. Saxon and adjectives: My mother's car = her car





2ESO'CD'-17thFEBRUARY2011
  1. Questions: Is there any bread? Are there many people?
  2. Short answers: yes, there is... No, there aren't...
  3. there is/are COMPLETE REVIEW





2ESO'AB'-7thFEBRUARY2011

  1. Where are you shopping?
  2. external image 5.2-Buying-Clothes-for-Her.jpg PRESENT CONTINUOUS (near future) for PLANS
  3. Look for or design a town map (it means, a doc page):
  4. Give directions to find a clothes shop (Give 3 extra directions for Mr Che to guess where to go)
  5. Prepare a dialogue to buy some clothes for yourself to go to Saint Valentine's Party (Shop-assistant & customer)
  6. Sign up and send the page to alfamisterche@gmail.com




1ESO'CD'-4thFEBRUARY2011
  1. contraction
  2. Saxon ´s: Mr Che's gown is white
  3. Saxon in plural: the boys' game.
  4. saxon or not?
  5. Saxon and adjectives: My mother's car = her car





3ESO'AB'-3rdFEBRUARY2011

  1. Produce sentences in past simple
  2. Grab a question from the answer
  3. Criminal test about past simple: do you dare?
  4. Short answers.





2ESO'AB'-31stJANUARY2011

  1. What are you doing now? PRESENT CONTINUOUS Questions
  2. Negative
  3. Short answers: page 7 & 8
  4. wh-questions
  5. Zero conditional: If you study, you pass your examinations. If...









1ESO'CD'-28thJANUARY2011

  1. personal pronouns: I-you-he-she-it-we-you-they
  2. Whose is this:possessive adjectives
  3. possessive my- your- his-her-its-our-your-their
  4. spot the difference




2ESO'CD'-27thJANUARY2011
  1. personal pronouns
  2. object pronouns
  3. possessive adjectives
  4. Saxon case: possessive 's
  5. rephrase




3ESO'AB'-27thJANUARY2011
  1. The Portrait of Dorian Gray, by Oscar Wilde
  2. Trailer
  3. Read the character's description and make a poster explaining its role and add some picture:dorian-gray-poster.jpg
  4. name -job & pic - interests - Evil/good - RELATION WITH DORIAN


  • || Alan Campbell
  • || Victor
  • || Dorian Gray
  • || Basil Hallward
  • || Lord Henry Wotton
  • || Dorian Gray
  • || James Vane
  • || Sybil Vane
5. Play the Game: Dorian Gray is getting old quickly: he needs 5 things to stop getting so old so soon (you need a mouse)







1ESO'AB'-24thJANUARY2011
present simple:affirmative
negative




2ESO'AB'-24thJANUARY2011

  1. What are you doing NOW? You're learning PRESENT CONTINUOUS...
  2. to be works hard in this tense
  3. tricky letters...
  4. Questions
  5. Negative
  6. Short answers: page 7 & 8
  7. wh-questions






2ESO'CD'-20thJANUARY2011

  1. Possessives adjectives vs pronouns: my or mine?
  2. Whose? It's mine/ it's your book
  3. PRONOUNS: personal vs. object: I or me?






3ESO'AB'-20thJANUARY2011

  1. Past simple: positive
  2. didn't. BE CAREFUL with irregular verbs
  3. Questions: Did you know it?
  4. quiz: regular vs irregular; didn't vs wasn't...





1ESO'CD'-14thDecember201

  1. There are or there is?

  2. Spot the difference




2ESO'AB'-17thJANUARY2011

  1. PARTS OF THE CITY: ASK & GIVE DIRECTIONS
  2. Prepositions + directions + prepositions2 (3 exercises)





2ESO'CD'-13thJANUARY2011

  1. this & that, these & those
  2. personal pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they
  3. object pronoun: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them
  4. possessives: adjectives
  5. possessive adjectives in a text
  6. possessive: Saxon




possessives: pronouns






3ESO'AB'-13thJANUARY2011

  1. Place prepositions: write the exercises on your notebook
  2. Practise prepos: in - on - at
  3. PAST EXPERIENCE: Past simple: regular verbs: READ THE EXPLANATION AND GO TO EXERCISE 1 & 2







2ESO'AB'-10thJANUARY2011

  1. Revise & practise prepos of place
  2. Places in the city: Why do you go to these places in town?
  3. Create your city: medieval or present day (and send it to alfamisterche@hotmail.com)









1ESO'CD'-14thDecember201

  1. In construction









last TIC day in 2010...

  1. Make your Xmas card!!!
  2. Xmas decoration
  3. Send a Xmas eCard




2ESO'CD'-9thDECEMBER2010


FICHAS –INGLÉS 2ºESO ‘C/D’- medio
1 what`s this
2 spelling puzzle
3 what are their Jobs
4 personal pronouns (3)
5 personal pronous BE –HAVE( 5)
6 what´s missing
7 personal ( 7)
8 personal ( 11)
9 plurals (14)
10 plurals ( 16)
11 halloween : puzzle, monsters, picture
12 can y can`t (9)
13 uncontable ( 17)
14 plurals ( flowers )
15 test preparation

revise have: +, -, ?
revise to be: +, -, ?
revise can: +, -, ?
revise plurals:
revise a/some

2ESO'CD'-3rdDECEMBER2010

  1. to be positive
  2. to be questions
  3. to be short answers
  4. to be negations
  5. irregular plurals




1ESO'CD'-3rdDecember2010

  1. Nationalities
  2. nationalitiesPUZZLE.jpg
  3. to be positive
  4. to be questions
  5. to be short answers
  6. to be negations
  7. irregular plurals



3ESO'AB'-2nd, 3rd, 9th & 10th DECEMBER2010


Project2: ADVERTISEMENT: Visit our High School!(pair work)
  1. step1: search some advertisements: Malvern-school, summer camp, teacher's T-shirt, music school, cinema school... You can also write on Google 'UK school' and search images....
  2. step2: go to glogster: see some examples of glogsters and register.
  3. step3: try to make a mock glogster.
  4. step4: look for pictures to talk about your school (they can be real or not -surf the net!!)
  5. step5: prepare a sentence to comment each picture: 'Try your best sandwiches ever at Rafa's canteen!!!'3ESOproject2ad.jpg
  6. step6: prepare a glogster about your school to encourage other teens to visit it! If you cannot manage Glogster, you can use OpenOffice writer: add pictures and comments!
  7. step7: Sign your poster and post it by email to alfamisterche@gmail.com to project it on the screen.
  8. step8: speak up to explain to your mates your poster.




2ESO'CD'-25thNOVEMBER2010
  1. Revising pronouns
  2. Revising to be
  3. Revising plural
  4. Irregular plural?
  5. Plural game: Match words




2ESO'AB'-25thNOVEMBER2010Team Work (7 groups made of 4 people)
Project on CITY PARTS:
  1. Give a picture of Medieval Muslim and Christian city parts:
  2. Explain what people can do in any of these parts
  3. Make a poster using this program: Glogster




3ESO'AB'-25thNOVEMBER2010

  1. Comparisons.
  2. Likes & dislikes: Ask your mate questions 1-5 and get ready to answer 6-10.
  3. Context
  4. Question words: what, when, how, where, who, why, how much, which, what time, how old, whose...



1ESO'CD'-26thNovember2010
  1. Vocab ODD ONE OUT
  2. Revising Plurals
  3. Dare to try NATIONALITIES: -ese, -ish, -an: Chinese, English, American
  4. Irregular plural?
  5. Plural game: Match words






1ESO'CD'-19thNovember2010
  1. questions with to be
  2. short answers with to be
  3. Revising Plural


2ESO'CD'-18thNOVEMBER2010
  1. Revising Plural
  2. Plural quiz
  3. be careful!!! IRREGULAR plural!
  4. singular or plural?


3ESO'AB'-18thNOVEMBER2010

  1. Comparing with short adjectives.
  2. Long adjectives (mixed up with short)
  3. Superlatives quiz
  4. all kinds of adjectives & comparisons mixed up (bear in mind IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES)
  5. game to play basket with adjectives

2ESO'AB'-15thNOVEMBER2010Team Work (7 groups made of 4 people)
Project on CITY PARTS:
  1. Give a picture of Medieval Muslim and Christian city parts:
  2. Explain what people can do in any of these parts
  3. Make a poster using this program: Glogster



2ESO'CD'-11thNOVEMBER2010
  1. can / can't
  2. can for permission
  3. have got
  4. questions with to be
  5. short answers with to be





3ESO'AB'-11thNOVEMBER2010
  1. describing physically: What is he like? cards
  2. describing personality: How is he?
  3. comparing: taller than, more exciting than
  4. SUPERLATIVE: the tallest, the most exciting


1ESO'CD'-12thNovember2010
  1. Revising Plural
  2. Pe




1ESO'CD'-5thNovember2010
  1. a/an
  2. Plural in English.
  3. Personal pronouns
  4. Spelling (hangman



2ESO'CD'-4thNOVEMBER2010
  1. a/an article
  2. ordering positive sentences with to be & to have
  3. negative sentences
  4. making questions
  5. short answers




2ESO'AB'-4thNOVEMBER2010
  1. Project on IMPERIAL MEASUREMENTS:choose units you consider relevant, add pictures to explain them and make some senteneces to make them clear: e.g.: John is 5 feet tall (1.74 m tall)



3ESO'AB'-4thNOVEMBER2010
  1. short answers
  2. Present continuous / simple
  3. can/can't: driving licence
  4. Reading comprehension training
  5. Listening training
  6. a/an/nothing
  7. Writing practice: write about our headmaster's hobbies: who-what-when- how often-where-why

3ESO'AB'-28thOctober2010

  1. Halloweenparty
  2. ideas for your disguise
  3. legends and tradition
  4. Celticroots
  5. ideas for your party




1ESO'CD'-22ndOctober2010
  1. plural: regular /irregular
  2. Personal pronouns
  3. Spelling (hangman


3ESO'AB'-21stOctober2010


  1. word order (positive-questions-negative)
  2. grammar: present simple/continuous
  3. usually/now

2ESO'AB'-18thOctober2010



  1. daily rouitines & free time
  2. hours
  3. mind map


1ESO'CD'-15thOctober2010
  1. a/an
  2. class objects quiz
  3. plural
  4. Spelling (hangman)
  5. Personal pronouns



2ESO'CD'-21stOctober2010
  1. Pronouns
  2. spelling: animals HANGMAN
  3. Plurals in English
  4. professions: a person who...

3ESO'AB'-14thOctober2010

  1. Present: pick the words to make a sentence expressing routine.
  2. habits and routines (John's timetable 1 & 2 & missing words)
  3. frequency adverbs
  4. word order (positive-questions-negative)
  5. grammar: present simple/continuous



2ESO'AB'-14thOctober2010

  1. habits
  2. frequency adverbs
  3. grammar: present simple
  4. professions: a person who...




11JUNE2010


  • You've already done too much for me and for your English...

  • It's time you correct your teacher, isn't it???

  • Please, IN PAIRS,
  1. download this survey,
  2. fill it in,
  3. SIGN IN
  4. and SEND it to alfamisterche@gmail.com




1ESO4thJUNE

  1. IT is happening NOW : present continuous
  2. it happens everyday: present simple
  3. when? present simple or continuous ?
  4. a plan for the future .
  5. going to for plans

4ESO4thJUNE

  1. MODAL for ability-permission-possibility: can
  2. for obligation: must
  3. for prohibition: mustn't
  4. for advice: should
  5. for FORMAL permission: may & shall?
  6. revise can-may-must-mustn't
  7. asking for help: will



3ESO21stMAY

  1. irregular verbs: odd one out (ELIMINA EL QUE SOBRA)
  2. past simple
  3. past continuous
  4. going to
  5. will

1ESO21stMAY

  1. write these sentences in past
  2. make past questions , AND GIVE SHORT ANSWERS: yes, I did/ No, I didn't
  3. irregular verbs EXPLANATION
  4. EASY irregular verbs
  5. was or were ?


4ESO21stMAY


  1. conditional 1
  2. short answers
  3. relatives



FICHA POSTER1

1ESO14thMAY

  1. irregular verbs
  2. Short answers
  3. question tag
  4. word order


1ESO10thMAY

  1. Revising past
  2. correcting mistakes in the past
  3. past game
  4. irregular verbs
  5. Short answers in past simple


4ESO7thMAY


  1. CONDITIONAL 1: If I need you, I will call you
  2. Fill in the gasps on conditional 1
  3. Second conditional: If I needed you, I would call you.

4ESO23rdAPRIL

  1. revise past simple: irregular past games
  2. future WILL
  3. conditional 1: possible things

1ESO23rdAPRIL
  1. past simple: -ed
  2. negations : didn't
  3. questions : Did you listen to music yesterday?
  4. short answers: Yes, she did/ No, they didn't.
  5. irregular verbs: was, read, made, bought, told, sent...


  1. common sense
  2. turn into past
  3. irregular
  4. pointing the mistakes .



3ESO16thAPRIL

  1. a past story
  2. question tags : You like holidays, don't you?
  3. remember



1ESO16thAPRIL

  1. making questions: USING AUXILIARY ?
  2. negations
  3. completing the text
  4. frequency

4ESO9thAPRIL



  1. Present: pick the words to make a sentence expressing routine.
  2. habits and routines (John's timetable 1 & 2 & missing words)
  3. frequency adverbs
  4. word order (positive-questions-negative)


3ESO19thMARCH

  1. mistakes in past simple
  2. word order (did for questions)
  3. past simple boy : comprehension quizz


1ESO19thMARCH


  1. questions in present: USING AUXILIARY?
  2. short answer
  3. changing into questions
  4. habits and routines
  5. frequency adverbs

4ESO19thMARCH


  1. how to form PRESENT PERFECT
  2. word order in present perfect
  3. mistakes in present perfect
  4. present perfect Quizz : already for positive & yet for questions and negations.
  5. ever for once in a lifetime
  6. just for a precise moment
  7. present perfect or past simple?


shamrock0.jpgSaint Patrick's day: 17th March


shamrock1.jpgLegend
shamrock8.jpgSymbols
shamrock3.jpgflying through Ireland

1ESO11thMARCH2010: present simple Unit 4


  1. 3rd person singular -s

  1. positive
  2. question
  3. short answers: skip examples 5, 7 and 10
  4. questions and negations
  5. negations
  6. frequency adverbs




1ESO5thMARCH2010: preparing test Unit 3

  1. Describing a picture with THERE IS/ ARE + countable /uncountable nouns.
  2. How much /how many ?
  3. Describing positions of things with PREPOSITIONS.
  4. Revising Genitive Saxon
  5. Revising possessive adjectives.

3ESO5thMARCH2010


  1. Past simple : I arrived home very late yesterday.
  2. irregular verbs
  3. Questions : Did you watch TV last night?
  4. Negations : I didn't win my tennis match last Sunday.

4ESO5thMARCH2010

  1. Present perfect : past participle (regular or irregular?)
  2. Positive : I have cleaned my room already.
  3. Questions : Have you listened to that song? & Negative: I haven't studied my test yet.

  1. Recently : I have just prepared some tea


3ESO25thFEBRUARY2010

  1. PLANTILLA POSTERS:



4ESO24thFEBRUARY2010

Irregular verbs POSTER template:
correcting vocab test:



1ESO23rdFEBRUARY2010

  1. article a, an, some
  2. genitive saxon
  3. possessive adjectives
  4. demonstratives : this & that; these & those
  5. vocab on free time activities (hobbies )



3ESO22ndFEBRUARY2010

  1. RULES about yesterday : past
  2. PRACTICE past questions
  3. NO , I didn't
  4. irregular verbs in the past

1ESO19thFEBRUARY2010

  1. there is... prepositions
  2. ordering the room
  3. much or many
  4. How much & how many?
  5. some & any
  6. verbs & actions


4ESO19thFEBRUARY2010


  1. Juggling with tenses:
  2. Acrobat of questions
  3. What happened?
  4. Simultaneity
  5. revising prepositions


3ESO19thFEBRUARY2010

  1. place prepositions
  2. everything in its place
  3. question WORDS
  4. RULES about yesterday : past
  5. PRACTICE past questions
  6. NO , I didn't
  7. irregular verbs in the past


1ESO12thFEBRUARY2010

  1. there is... AT THE ZOO
  2. FURTHER : questions and negatives
  3. some & any

3ESO12thFEBRUARY2010

  1. Ordering a story
  2. What happened?
  3. Simultaneity

3ESO5thFEBRUARY2010

  1. comparing
  2. irregular adjectives
  3. superlative
  4. word order


1ESO5thFEBRUARY2010

  1. food & meals
  2. countable & uncountable nouns
  3. some & any

4ESO5thFEBRUARY2010: REVISING FOR GRAMMAR TEST!!!!

  1. present simple . I always do
  2. past simple : I did yesterday
  3. present continuous (word order) : I am doing now
  4. past continuous : I was doing for sometime
  5. Who as subject

irregular verb quiz
3ESO1stFEBRUARY2010

  1. Vocab on personality
  2. grammar on comparative
  3. grammar on superlative
  4. grammar on word order wordORDER

30JANUARY2010PEACEDAY

2ESO27thJANUARY2010

  1. comparativequiz
  2. geography comparisons
  3. comparing characters
  4. watch and compare

3ESO25thJANUARY10


  1. describing people: what's he like?
  2. describing personality: how is he? love test
  3. comparing things
  4. superlatives
  5. irregular comparisons

1ESO22ndJANUARY10

  1. Saxon Genitive
  2. Plurals in English
  3. Outdoor & indoor activities
  4. demostrative pronouns: this, that, these, those
  5. what's the weather like? It's cold and cloudy.


4ESO22ndJANUARY10

  1. set pasts in order
  2. past simple and continuous = simultaneity :
  3. example1
  4. example2


3ESO18thJANUARY10

comparative easy
comparative sentences
comparative adjectives test


1ESO15thJANUARY2010

  1. this and that, these and those
  2. click on possessive adjectives
  3. write possessive adjectives
  4. genitive saxon 's or '
  5. Genitive Saxon
  6. revising some & any

4ESO15thJANUARY2010

  1. exceptions spelling -ing
  2. was or were ?
  3. past continuous positive
  4. questions
  5. negative
  6. test


3ESO11thJANUARY10

  1. comparing things
  2. comparing people
  3. comparatives and superlatives
  4. comparative or superlatives ?




1ESO8thJANUARY10

  1. Weather vocab
  2. weather grammar: What's the weather like ?
  3. revise weather & places
  4. this & that --> these & those
  5. this & that --> these & those

3ESO8thJANUARY10

  1. describe & compare
  2. revise comparatives
  3. ready to check your comparatives?
  4. double consonant?
  5. at last, order the sentences

4ESO8thJANUARY09

  1. past simple POSITIVE
  2. past simple QUESTIONS
  3. past simple NEGATIVE
  4. irregularverbs

3ESO14thDEC09

comparativequiz
geography comparisons
watch and compare
comparing characters

3ESO11thDEC09


  1. what's he like? comparing1
  2. comparative and superlative
  3. COMPARING in context
  4. odd one out: adjectives game


1ESO11thDEC09

  1. irregularplurals
  2. some/any
  3. COUNTABLE/uncountable
  4. VOCAB: revise PLACESof the city?

4ESO11thDEC09


  1. WHO subject
  2. who OBJECT
  3. giving directions
  4. drawing your head, faceand a BODY
  5. odd one out: adjectives game

1ESO4thDEC09


  1. a/an
  2. a or some
  3. plural
  4. a&some
  5. REVISING nationalities
  6. languagesall over the world
  7. ODD ONE OUT

4ESO4thDEC09

  1. whoquestions
  2. giving directions
  3. directions MEMORY game
  4. partsof the body
  5. body game
  6. hangmanPARTS OF THE BODY


3ESO30thNOV09

  1. what is he like?
  2. describingfriends
  3. How is she?
COMPARISONS


1ESO26thNOV09

  1. Free time activities: Finding, matching, arrows, pairs and memory.
  2. FINISH the activity about your 3 countries information (you choose one freely). Look at the example of SPAIN.
  3. Do you need a DICTIONARY

4ESO25thNOV09

VOCAB on giving directions

  1. a/an
  2. plural
  3. HANGMAN
  4. to practice vocab on directions

practice on giving directions: to the postofficeand to the cinema
giving directions LISTENING

3ESO23rdNOV09

  1. shopping
  2. dialogue for finding a job: interview
  3. revising auxiliares
  4. reinforcing adjectives

1ESO 20thNOV09

  1. look up some info about 3 countries you choosein the frame (there are 43: Mr Che gives your team 2; you choose the last one)
  2. Do you need a DICTIONARY?
  3. Look for pictures to talk about its name, part of Europe, capital city, flag, population (inhabitants), spoken language, , monuments (and countryside), famous people... IN A DOCUMENT to produce your POSTER (remember the example of Egypt)


3ESO

odd one out
complete with an appropriate kind of word: category
vocab for shopping
kinds of shops



4ESO

Ready for the Teston presents?


1ESO


  1. wh-elements
  2. short forms
  3. revising: ordinals& cardinals


3ESO

  1. Halloweenparty
  2. present simple or continuous?
  3. Caroline, now or usually?


4ESO

  1. DescribeJane
  2. Who is my Valentine?
  3. now or usually?
  4. complete the story with presents
  5. Teston presents






habits





1ESO
Halloweenparty
ideas for your disguise
legends and tradition
Celticroots
ideas for your party


1ESO

what-who-when-where-how-what time?
my family tree
May's family

4ESO

adverbsWORD ORDER
now or usually?
(copy questions for homework) identitycard
prepos



3ESO
review jobsfor hangman
everyday actions
a personal informationcard


3ESO
vocab: jobs?
what can he do?
grammar: can& can't


1ESO
vocab: family tree
who is who?
grammar: WH- elements


4ESO:
meeting people: introductions
grammar: usualactions
grammar. nowactions



CursoCIL


1ESO
Vocab: townplaces
grammar: to be positive
to be in text



4ESO
vocab: describingcharacter
zodiacand personality


habits
grammar: present simple/continuous



3ESO:
vocab. jobs
grammar: present simple/continuous



1ESO
Vocabulary: school stuff
vocab: school subjects
maths
language speaking: classlanguage
TIC: www.gmail.com: follow instructions to open a CC

4ESO
vocab: bodydescription
vocab: clothes
grammar: describingpeople


3ESO
vocab: body parts
vocab: clothes
grammar:to be
grammar: to have got


4ESO
testing PASSIVE
testing RELATIVE
testing CONDITIONAL
testing REPORTED SPEECH



  1. traffic signsin ENGLISH
  2. obligation must/ mustn't prohibition
  3. PUBLICsigns in England


4ESO -revising grammar
  1. revising passivevoice
  2. revising relatives
  3. revising REPORTED SPEECH
  4. revising conditionals


3 ESO modals

Weather's pictures
What's the weatherlike?
reading: husband difficult to please
Decisions
Suggestions


2 ESO A-B
  1. at the shops
  2. shopping dialogue
  3. in the grocery


4ESO passive voice
  1. passive EXPLANATION
  2. passive sentences
  3. passive voice1

  1. relative clauses withoutpronoun
  2. joiningrelative clauses
  3. using commas with relative for explanations
  4. non-defining relative clauses
  5. relative test


3ESO: conditional 1:
  1. multiple choice
  2. filling blanks
  3. double sentences


4ESO 'C': http://usuarios.lycos.es/englishweb/vocabulary.htm JOBS
  1. willfor future
  2. won't for future negations
  3. questionswith will
  4. Reader SIESTA TIME
  5. Song: Amy McDonald: This is the life

suggestions: let's go

  1. revising past simple
  2. past questions
  3. verbs in past simple hangman
  4. reader
  5. songlyrics






  1. relative pronouns
  2. relative clauses: making
  3. relative pronouns objectsORsubjects?
  4. joiningrelative clauses
  5. relative clauses withoutpronoun



past simple POSITIVE
past simple QUESTIONS
past simple NEGATIVE
irregularverbs
reading comprehension: A MEAN FRIEND
song YOU'RE THE ONE version


3ESO > to be going to> exercises 1-6


  1. reported statements
  2. reported statements with adverbchanges
  3. reported questions
  4. reported commands

How to improve your English!!!

  1. Copy LIKES and DISLIKES frames
  2. likes & dislikes about Dave and Frank

Grammar explanation: reported speech: statements + questions + commands
  1. reported speech
  2. reported questions
  3. reported commands


  1. revising going to: completing sentences
  2. short answerfor going to
  3. going to for plans
  4. ordering going to sentences

  1. adjectives
  2. there is / are1
  3. there is /are2 ORDER
  4. there is/ are3CHOICE
  5. there is/ are- was/ were



much/ many1
much/ many1b
how much/ many2

  1. planned future: to be going to1
  2. to be going to questions
  3. to be going to - TESTING


there is/are 1
there is/are questions
there is /are singular-plural


coparativesRULES
comparatives1
comparatives2
comparatives3
comparatives4


vocab on the farm


reading comprehension
song



  1. present perfect



  1. Conditionals rules:
  2. Conditional 1
  3. conditional 1 further(negations)
  4. conditional 2