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Hello everyone, I am a junior high school English teacher in Japan. My third year students (15 to 16 years old) will soon leave junior high school and go to high school. I´m looking for some ideas for some games for their last English class in junior high school. They don´t have to be grammar based, just simple and fun. The class time will be 45 to 50 minutes. Any ideas MUCH appreciated.
Unit 2 of the textbook "Sparkle Purple" (in case you are workig with it) deals with the Use of Past Progressive. In this context the book speaks of "Continous , Non.continous and Mixed verbs. My understanding is that they mean Dynamic and Stative verbs.
The column "Mixed verbs" lists the following verbs:
remember, think, have, look, hear. I know the difference in meaning of think and have when used in Simple or Progressive.
I also know the difference between remember+Inf. or Gerund, but: can the verbs remember, look and hear be used in Progressive Tenses and if so, what´s their difference in meaning compared to their use in simple tenses or does the book simply mix up two different grammar points (verbs+inf/gerund and dynamic/stative verbs?
Hi. I have a problem, this is the deal. I downloaded a ws which contains a crossword about WALL-E movie but I can not find an answer for an specific clue, Could someone help me to find the clue please?. here is the original sentence.
WALL-E _ _ _ _ _ _ n_ _ _ the humans and the other robots in the spaceship (it is a 10 letters word with an¨ N¨ in the senventh blank.)
I loved all the entries, each of them funnier... But unfortunatly there must be only one winner, and after thinking a bit I know who made me laugh more:
No, no, no! I´m afraid Maryse Peyé is mistaken. Apoptosis is the cause of serious family problems. It occurs in families whose main patriarch, the father, or pop, has stopped washing and starts to stink. They have a case of apoptosis = a smelly father.
Btw, Dale... There is a spanish word "apestosis" that actually means more or less the same you wrote. ItÂ´s not a real word, the real one is "peste" but in slang we could use it.
The real definition acording to oxford dictionary of the word APOPTOSIS is:
The death of cells which occurs as a normal and controlled part of an organismÂ´s growth or development.
Now it´s your turn, Dale. I will be waiting the new word of the day!
I teach English in the beautiful town of Angra do Heroísmo in the Azores (Portugal). In my classes with my 7th graders we read the story "Seventh Grade" and my pupils wrote different short endings for the story. Is anyone also using this story in class? Would you like to receive my pupils´ work (and share yours)? Thanks in advance. Sara Miranda
One of my student wrote the following sentence in setting description. It sounds weird to me. "The sky was weeping stones." He told me that he wanted to say that the rain droplets were huge and it was raining heavily. How can I correct it?
I would accept it. As a metaphor, it´s not very good, though. A better metaphor would be to do with rivers and streams rather than stones etc. I like torrents as suggested by Les, and it´s alliterative, too.
Hello,I would like to create a project from European countries,exchange real and physical letters in order to create a real social network and enchance the students writing skills.I have four classes with approximately 120 childeren between 112 years old.
would love to participate .... i have 13 girls and 8 boys we are a small private school in the south of italy... my name ´s janet .the maggiority are between the 11 12 year old and only four that are a year older .. plaese let me know
Initial test for VI th form
It is a medium level initial test with a reading comprehension task and some grammar.
Level: intermediate Age: 10-100 Downloads: 1
This worksheet is included 18 cards which students could use to introduce about themselves at the first day of class. The idea here is that the students will use information from cards to present in front of class. Hope your students like it:)
Level: elementary Age: 7-100 Downloads: 0
initial test 4th form
it is an easy to solve test with reading comprehension tasks but also some easy grammar
Level: elementary Age: 8-100 Downloads: 1
THE WORST VALENTINE EVER!
This will be a fun activity for topic "Love And Dating". The students will role play based on the Story "The worst Valentine ever". My students really enjoy it, hope yours too.
""....You and Mary have been dating for 1 year. You like Mary but she snores way too much and always steals food off your plate. You have decided you have had enough, you w...
Level: intermediate Age: 10-100 Downloads: 3