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mourisca
Portugal

Halloween Resources / Teaching Materials   
 

INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/lots-lots-and-lots-of-halloween.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/halloween-interactive-game_31.html

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/halloween-interactive-game.html

 

- Matching exercise

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/10/halloween-matching-exercise-match-words.html

 

- Spelling game

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/you-have-45-seconds-to-select-as-many.html

 

- Virtual Jack O´Lantern carvin

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/virtual-jack-olantern-carvin-click-and.html

 

VOCABULARY

- Multiple choice exercises

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/halloween-vocabulary-interactive-game.html

 

- Talking Flashcards

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/halloween-talking-flashcards.html

 

- Vocabulary - listening comprehension exercises

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/10/halloween-vocabulary-listening.html


- Word search

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/halloween-interactive-word-search.html

 

 

STORIES

- Frankenstein - interactive story

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/frankenstein-interactive-story.html



 HISTORY / TRADITIONS

-  The History of Halloween - video

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/the-history-of-halloween-video.html

 

- Haunted Halloween History - video

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/10/haunted-halloween-history.html

 

- 13 traditions explained (prezi)

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/13-halloween-traditions-explained.html

 

 

SONGS

- Too Spooky for me – video with subtitles

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/halloween-video-song-too-spooky-for-me.html

 

- Ghost: video and lyrics

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/michael-jackson-ghost-video-and-lyrics.html

 

- Jack O´Lantern song – video with subtitles

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/jack-olantern-song.html

 

- Enjoy, It´s Halloween

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/video-song-enjoy-its-halloween.html

 

- Ten little monsters – video and lyrics

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/halloween-song-for-children-ten-little.html

 

 

VIDEOS

- Winnie the Witch - 3 videos

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/06/winnie-witch-3-videos.html

 

- Skeleton Dance

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2011/10/skeleton-dance.html

 

- Pink Panther and Dracula (Pink Plasma)

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2014/10/halloween-pink-panther-and-dracula-pink.html

 

 

VIDEO TUTORIALS

- Colourful Skull Makeup - Video Tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/halloween-colorful-skull-makeup-video.html

 

- Halloween Paper Bag Puppets – Video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/halloween-paper-bag-puppets-tutorial.html

 

- How to make a Ghost Streamers - simple video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/how-to-make-ghost-streamers-simple.html

 

- Halloween ghost windsocks - video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/halloween-ghost-windsocks-video-tutorial.html

 

- How to make a witch´s hat – simple video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/how-to-make-witchs-hat_6.html

 

- Jack O´Lantern with stencil - video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2012/10/jack-olantern-with-stencil-video.html

 

- Halloween paper chain pumpkin man – video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/halloween-paper-chain-pumpkin-man.html

 

- Spider Serving Plate – video tutorial

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/2013/10/spider-serving-plate-tutorial.html


(More materials will be added everyday in 

http://havefunwithyourenglish.blogspot.pt/search/label/Halloween)

 

23 Oct 2014

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Linou_
France

There is / there are   
 
Dear members,

would you rather use "there is" or "there are" before an enumeration of singular nouns?

For instance: "In my suitcase, there is/are a watch, a book and my phone"

I would say "there is a book, a watch and my phone " but "there are two books, two watches and my phone"

Am I right?

Thanks in advance

Pauline

23 Oct 2014


massplus
France

Hello Pauline, I think ´there is ´ is the correct option; that ´s how (old) grammar books suggest using ´there is ´ anyway.

23 Oct 2014

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aydin1362
Iran

Let ´s help them put it into practice!!!!!!!!!!   
 

 
Dear Teachers,
I have some good students of various levels. They really want to practice their English, but because there is no opportunity to speak English in my country, they lose motivation to learn more! I am looking for teachers to share students, giving them some opportunity to really communicate in English!
That would be really useful for them all!
Looking forward to your enthusiastic Students!

22 Oct 2014

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lyny
Mexico

teachers wanted and camping sites   
 
Hi Techers! I wonder if you know teachers that wanted to work in Mexico city.
Please, I need a link about trusting places where I can send ss. to study or practice english for two or three weeks. in USA or England, please send me inbox Thank you!

22 Oct 2014

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racim
Algeria

about the future   
 
What ´s the difference between :" Shall I ?" and " Will I ?"
Are both correct ?
Your answer will help me a lot .Thank you .

22 Oct 2014

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yennylain
Chile

oops! sorry...you were talking about the future! =S
well, then they mean the same, but shall is very formal and old-fashioned

22 Oct 2014

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marwashehab
Egypt

material for young learners.   
 
Hi colleagues,
Please I need your advice about a good course book for the age 7-14 years old, focusing on speaking.

Thanks for your co-operation

22 Oct 2014


Nezabudka
Belarus

There should be differend courses for children 7-9 and 10-14 I ´d say.For the older ones try "Project" or Real Life (Oxford), you can easily find it on the Internet, download and have a look before buying. For the younger ones, theere ´re also loads of Oxford, Cambridge, Longman, Express Publishing etc courses, but I use the Belarusian one (Magic Box), so I think it ´s no use for you, though you can find it on the Internet too.
Hope it ´ll help.

23 Oct 2014

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teresapr
Portugal

Hi!   
 
Even though I am not a regular contributor now, I like sharing whenever i ´t ´s possible and when I do it I always include the key for all my contributions.
I know this has been often asked  but I ´m going to repeat that request once again:Please, include the answer key, it will save us a lot of time! We are busier and busier, aren ´t we?
Thanks in advance!
Have a great week!

22 Oct 2014

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Minka
Slovenia

Key is important, I agree. 
But something else is as well: a good description of what ´s in your worksheet. 
"I hope you like it" or "A test for grade 8" doesn ´t tell you much, does it?

22 Oct 2014

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fatma najoua
Tunisia

please help   
 
could you please help me. I need a song or a game to help me teach the past participle to my pupils.

22 Oct 2014

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dackala
Serbia

To massage or to give a massage?   
 
I ´m in doubt wheter one form or the other is better:

I gave her a massage.

I massaged her.

The other one is a bit strange, but is it wrong?

22 Oct 2014

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Peter Hardy
Australia

I regularly give my wife a massage. Sometimes she massages my back.  My cat said: "Can I have a massage, too?"
 
 

22 Oct 2014

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anitarobi
Croatia

CAPTION CONTEST - 22nd-23rd November 2014   
 
Dear all, sorry I didn ´t reply sooner, but I only logged in for a sec and saw huddersboy ´s pm about winning the caption contest with my matrix glitch comment. Thanks a lot! My turn to choose a picture. I came across this cute little squirrel the other day and find it irresistible. I wonder what you will do with it. So, fire away and caption this:


Anita

PS: Due to a sudden change in the weather and storms, my internet connection is a bit unpredictable. I hope I manage to choose the winner by tomorrow afternoon or Friday morning at the latest.

22 Oct 2014

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florimago
Spain

What?? We are in November??? Time flies!!!

23 Oct 2014

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