HOMEWORK SB p. 95, ex. 5 Work in couples. Make a similar phone conversation. Phone to Channel 3 and ask for information about the audition. Use the Audition notice in your SB p. 95. Student A: you are Mickey - ask about information Student B: you are the contact person from Channel 3 - answer Mickeys questions
You may use the recording as an example and the questions in ex. 4, p. 95.
John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. He met Paul McCartney in 1957 and invited McCartney to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left the Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife, Yoko Ono, among others. On December 8, 1980, he was killed by a crazed fan named Mark David Chapman.
SB p.85, ex. 4 - Listen and make questions. Use Passive voice. 1. when/Mr Chester/injured/? 2. where/he/thrown out of the raft/? 3. who/he/rescued by? 4. how many people/ injured? 5. how/mobiles damaged?
SB p.85, ex. 5 - Listen again and write the answers. Use Passive voice.
Once upon a time, there was a horrible monster called Grendel. He was half-man and half-monster. He lived in Denmark. One day, he went to the King's castle. The king and his men tried to kill the monster but their swords were useless. A knight called Beowulf heard about the problem and went to Denmark to help the king.
That night, Beowulf and his men took off their armour and put away their swords and went to sleep. The monster came into the castle and killed a knight. Beowulf woke up and fought the monster-he pulled off an arm! Grendel went back to his home in a lake and died. Grendel's mother was very angry and the next night she went to the castle and killed a knight.
In the morning, Beowulf went to the lake. He killed Grendel's mother with a special sword. When he came back, the king was very happy and he gave Beowulf presents and money.
Beowulf went back to his country and became a king. He was king for fifty years. But one day, a dragon came to his country, and it attacked people. It lived in a cave with treasure. The dragon was very big and breathed fire. The knights were afraid and they did not want to fight the dragon. King Beowulf was an old man but he put on his armour again and went to the dragon's cave with his men. …
Writing gym 7 SB p. 128 Presenting and contrasting opinions
WRITING AN OPINION ESSAY TIPS
An opinion essay presents our personal opinion on a particular topic. We need to state our opinion clearly and support it with examples or reasons. IntroductionIn the first paragraph we present the topic and state our opinion clearly. Main BodyIn the second and third paragraphs we present our viewpoints and give reasons/examples. We present each viewpoint, with reasons/examples, in a separate paragraph. In the fourth paragraph we present the opposing viewpoint and give examples/reasons. ConclusionIn the last paragraph we restate our opinion using different words.
HOMEWORK SB p. 80 - Retell the text about ER with your own words
SB p. 80, ex. 6 - Listen to the recording. Write down the corrections that Jakie makes for the following information: 1. Three million people live in London. 2. Five million tourists visit London every year. 3. There's only one football club in London. 4. There is only one airport.
It's important for young people to know the importance of managing stress. This includes knowing what causes stress and how to deal with it.
Take the Stress Test for Teenagers now The test is based on the fact that changes in our lives can cause us to be stressed. The following stress test for teenagers provides a list of 39 'significant life events' that have the potential to bring about major change in your life.
Coping with Stress According to the APA Stress in America report, forty-two percent of teens indicated not doing anything to cope with their stress or not knowing what to do to manage it. This is a significant concern given the impact stress can have on our lives. Here are additional suggestions for coping with stressprovided from the APA (2014). Get some sleep Between homework, activities and hanging with friends, it can be hard to get enough sleep, especially during the school week. Ideally, adolescents should get nine hours a night. To maximize your chance of sleeping soundly, cut back on watching TV or engaging in a lot of screen time in the late evening hours. Don’t drink caffeine late in the day and try not to do stimulating activities too close to bedtime. Focus on your strengths Spend some time really thinking about the things you’re good at, and find ways to do more of those things. If you’re a math ace, you might tutor a younger neighbor who’s having trouble with the subject. If you are a spiritual person, you might volunteer at your church. If you’re artistic, take a photography class. Focusing on your strengths will help you keep your stresses in perspective. Engage in physical activity Physical activity is one of the most effective stress busters. That doesn’t mean you have to go for a jog if you hate running. Find activities you enjoy and build them into your routine such as yoga, hiking, biking, skateboarding or walking. The best types of physical activities are those that have a social component. Whether you’re into team sports, or prefer kayaking or rollerblading with a friend or two, you’re more likely to have fun — and keep at it — if you’re being active with friends. Do things that make you happy Besides physical activities, find other hobbies or activities that bring you joy. That might be listening to music, going to the movies or drawing. Make a point to keep doing these things even when you’re stressed and busy. Talk to someone It’s so much easier to manage stress when you let others lend a hand. Talk to a parent, teacher or other trusted adult. They may be able to help you find new ways to manage stress. Or they may help put you in touch with a psychologist who is trained in helping people make healthy choices and manage stress.
From: www.psychologytoday.com Read the full article HERE
The imperative tense in English is used to give an order, a warning, an appeal, an advice, a suggestion, an instruction and in some cases a request to another person, to a group of people or to animals. It is very easy to form the imperative sentence: Simply take the verbs' infinitive form (without the "to" infinitive indicator). Usually the verb will be placed at the beginning of the sentence.
Example: Open the door! Be quiet!
HOMEWORK Make an emergency card for the following situations: GROUP 1 - What to do in case of FIRE? GROUP 2 - What to do in case of FLOOD? GROUP 3 - What to do in case of TORNADO?
OUTLINES OF THE 20th CENTURY Energy for Bulgaria SB p. 88 - 89
The twenties were called "the roaring 20-ies" because they were a time when life was exciting and fun People remember the Gangsters - members of criminal goups who carried guns and wore very good clothes.
The 30s were the years of the Great Depression. The economies of Europe, the US and other countries failed. Millions of people lost their jobs,
The forties were the years of the World War II. Many men went abroad to fight. The economy of most European countires was ruined.
During the 50s the economy of most European countires improved gradually. People had hopes for the future. They listened to rock'n'roll music, played by musicians like Elvis Presley.
The 60s were a time of great social change - of freedom, enjoyment and progress. Young people developed new values and ideas. The music and clothes also expressed their new way of thinking. This was the "Beatles" generation.
The seventies were time of bad style. People wore platform shoes and flares. The most popular music was "disco"
The "caring, sharing90s" were a time when people became more concerned about the other people and the environment. The popular music and culture was grunge, pop, dance, electronic music. Teenagers went to clubs or rave parties.