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Back to school - What a wonderful world (this would be)

 

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by Lucka20

Date: 16 - Aug - 2008
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14

Description:
An exercise to review vocabulary. Topic: school subjects There is also a video activity! Students watch the video clip of the song What a wonderful world (this would be) and complete the lyrics. The song is performed by Simon & Garfunkel. This is the song Harrison Ford "sings" and "dances" in the movie Witness! I hope you and your students enjoy it! Your feedback is always welcome! Thanks!

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Im a EFL teacher from Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, the southernmost state in Brazil.
I really enjoy devising activities, and I believe ESLPrintables is the best resource for teachers. Id like to say thanks to Victor, and to all the other members who contribute to this site.

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Comments on this exercise


goodnesses
Algeria

Great job, Excellent ideas and more over I like the song so much.          posted by goodnesses 0
I am sure my Ss will find it funny and interesting.
Thanks a lot for sharing.


customer
Italy

Great!          posted by customer 0
I really liked it! Thanks! (It would be interesting to compare the Sam Cooke version, and to show the scene from Witness too...)


jujuka
Hungary

          posted by jujuka 0
Excellent activities. Great song :)


emiliafachada (F)
Portugal

          posted by emiliafachada (F) 0
Great! thanks a lot.


Pacchy
Argentina

very nice!          posted by Pacchy 0


aniluza
Peru

Thank you!          posted by aniluza 0
This is the first worksheet that I could take,,,and its very nice.thank you a lot


sucarv
Portugal

          posted by sucarv 0
Very nice! Thanks a lot!


Cartuxa
Portugal

thanks a lot! :o) obrigada!          posted by Cartuxa 0


emiliehernault
France

love it!          posted by emiliehernault 0



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