Monday, November 20, 2017

2ºESO - MOSAIC 2 - Unit 2 Worksheets

Hi, Guys!!!,

Are you ready to revise before taking your exam? Well, let's click on the following links:

colegiosanjose-past-simple-past-continuous.... (Past Simple and Past Cont. with answers)

MOSAIC 2 - UNIT 2 - 1*

MOSAIC 2 - UNIT 2 - 2**

MOSAIC 2 - UNIT 2 - 3***







Thursday, September 28, 2017

Perfect Tenses

Hi, Guys!!!,
 
Do you really know the differences between the Past Simple and the Present Perfect Simple? and What about the Pres. Perf. Simple and Pres. Perf. Cont.? So, I've just uploaded these worksheets which can help you. Let's start!
Pres. Perf. S.
Pres.Perf. Simple (2)
Past Simple and Pres. Perf. S. (2)




Wednesday, September 27, 2017

IrreGuLaR VeRBs



Hi, Guys!!!,
It's time to study the Irregular Verbs in English. Here, if you click on the following links, you can download one list as well as, tips for learning all these verbs. Good Luck!



Work hard and never give up!

2ºESO MOSAIC 2 - UNIT 1 - Worksheets

Hi, there!!!,

Now, let's do worksheets from Unit 1. Click on:

Mosaic 2 - UNIT 1 - 1*

MOSAIC 2 - UNIT 1 - 2**

MOSAIC 2 - UNIT 1 - 3***


2ºESO - MOSAIC 2 - Starter Unit - Worksheets

Hi, Guys!!!,


Here we go again! It's quite easy, just click on the following links and do these activities from STARTER UNIT.

Mosaic 2 - STARTER UNIT - 1*

Mosaic 2 - STARTER UNIT - 2**

Mosaic 2 - STARTER UNIT - 3***




Saturday, September 9, 2017

Coming Back to School!!!!

Here we go again!

I hope you'll find so many resources and valuable ideas 
which really help you with your English!

Ready, Steady, GOOOOO!!!!!
 

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Let's practise PET (B1) and FCE (B2) Speaking Paper Part 1

Hi, there!!!;

Here we go again! As you well know, PET means Preliminary English Test (B1) whereas FCE refers to Fisrt Certificate Enlgish (B2). Today, let's focus on SPEAKING PAPER PART 1, both tests are quite similar in this part of the official exam.

So, at the very beginning, in the Speaking Paper Part 1 from both tests (PET and FCE), the candidates will be asked about themselves, they will give personal information, talk about past experiences, present job, studies, where they live, future plans, etc. Now, click on: pet-and-fce-speaking-paper-part-1 to see all the questions. If you need to see some possible answers, just click HERE.

Would you like to watch some real examples?





I hope you'll pass your coming exam;)

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Health and illness Vocabulary

Hi, there!!!, 
'Have you ever had chicken pox?', asked the doctor.

Do you know what? It's not the same to say in English: 'I've broken my leg' , to say 'Break your leg'. So, the first means: 'I was running when I stumbled on a log, fell down and broke my leg"; whereas the second one means: 'Good Luck'

Therefore, today I'd like to show you how I usually introduce and work with this vocabulary Health and Illness (English Plus 2, Student's Book for 2ºESO) with my students

Firstly, I just show them the new vocabulary using these worksheets and mime the different situations. Then, I ask them to do the following activities in pairs, I need them to get familiar with the vocabulary (how to write these new words, their meanings, their pronunciation, ... and so on). If you want to see the activities, click on:

After that, I love ROLE PLAYS!!! So, I can use the following worksheet and also this link:bogglesworldesl- doctor_roleplay, and later, I ask my students to create their own dialogues in pairs. 

Needless to say, I help them with the expressions and I always encourage them to speak up!, since it's the best way to learn the target language ;-) Of course, when they feel involved in the process of learning, it's quite easy for them and for me!

I hope you'll like this post and good luck (or I'd better say: BREAK YOUR LEG! ;)

Monday, April 17, 2017

1º ESO - Mosaic 1 - Unit 7 Worksheets



Hi, Guys!!!,

Actions speak louder than words
So, don't waste time and let's review Unit 7, click on:

Mosaic 1- Unit 7 *

Mosaic 1 - Unit 7 **
After doing these execirses from the worksheet, you can play in class and spot the 6 differences between these pictures. Are you ready?

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Past Simple (Regular Verbs)

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Until now, we have learned and practised Past Simple (Regular Verbs) with young learners. So, let's see the following pictures and links to become 'experts' on Past Simple!


Past Simple (Regular Verbs) + worksheet_answers
Past Simple (Regular Verbs) 2 + worksheet_answers
islcollective-regular verbs

Sunday, March 19, 2017

ODD ONE OUT Worksheets

Hi, there!!!, 

I hope everyone will be ok! Today, let's speak English using Odd One Out Worksheets. I love them to review vocabulary and have fun in class, I always divide my students into different teams, Igive them the worksheet, they work all together and then, there's a kind of competition in the correction. Once again, learning English is fun!

Now, let's click on the following links to get the Odd One Out Worksheets. Needless to say, you can create your own ones to review vocabulary from their Student's Book. It's up to you!


funenglishgames (odd one out) - for young learners.

Sunday, March 5, 2017

Let's speak using CounTaBle and UNcountaBle Nouns

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Last week, we were talking about Countable and Uncountable Nouns. So, today we can use them in the following speaking activities. Ready, steady, go!!!

ORAL TASK: The teacher can ask the students to work in pairs. Then, they are given this picture. So, try to asnwer the question: 'What can you see?' and don't forget to use: there is, there are, some, any, few. litlle, ... a packet of, a bar of, plenty of, ...

Oral Activity: 'What can you see?'

Quantifiers

* For intermediate students, you can divide them into groups of four people. They have to organise a birthday party, what do they need? They have to write the shopping list and don't forget to use quantifiers. (Writing and speaking activity)

Learning English is always fun!

Monday, February 27, 2017

CounTaBle and UNcountaBle NouNs


Hi, Guys!!!, 

Today, let's see CounTaBle and UNcountaBle NouNs in English. At first, we need to learn how nouns can be classified and their differences, have a look at these pictures and refresh your memory ... after that, you can do the following exercises on the pictures.





ISL Collective (key answers)

If you want to go on practising Countable and Uncountable Nouns, click here: ISL COLLECTIVE.
(I love it!, it's truly recommendable for English learners!, you'll find lots of worksheets). 

Listening from British Council about Count. vs. Uncount. Nouns.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

1ºESO - Mosaic 1 - Unit 6 Worksheets

Hi, Guys!!!, 

I hope you're all really well ... Today we are going to review Modals of Ability and Obligation, first look at the pictures and then, click on the links to do the worksheets from your Student's Book: Mosaic 1 Oxford.



 

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Let's speak English using PreSeNT CoNTinUoUs!!!

Hi, Guys!!!,


EASY PEASY!!! Today, we're going to describe these pictures answering this simple question: What are they doing? Obviously, I just want to encourage you to speak English!, learn new action verbs, practise Present Cont. and improve your pronunciation. So, let's see these pictures and then, you can play a mime game taken from Teach This (click here: guess-what-i-am-doing, and once again, you can go on practising this verbal tense). 

  
I hope you'll have fun learning English ;-)
 

Sunday, February 5, 2017

1º ESO - Mosaic 1 - Unit 5 Worksheets

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Here we go again, come rain or shine! 
Today, let's do some exercises related to Present Simple and Present Continuous. 
Just click on the following links:
Mosaic 1 - Unit 5 * 

Mosaic 1 - Unit 5 ** 




Sunday, January 15, 2017

PRONOUNCING -ED endings, -ed Past Simple, Past Participles and Adjectives

Hi, Guys!!!, 

One of the most difficult problems for non-native speakers is facing English pronunciation. It is nearly always a hard obstacle to overcome. But anyway, you'll be able to improve your pronunciation if you practise it a lot and follow some tips such as these ones ...

Well today, let's focus on pronuncing -ED endings!

There are 3 different ways to pronounce -ED ending of regular verbs in the Past Simple:

1. /id/ when the base form of the verb ends in /d/ or /t/, such as NEED - NEEDED /id/, WAIT - WAITED /id/.

2./d/ when the verbs end in a voiced consonant or a vowel (since all vowells are voiced). To check if a consonant is voiced, you can put your hand on your throat, pronounce the verb and feel the vocal cords vibrating. Let's see some examples: CALL - CALLED /d/, LOVE - LOVED /d/.
3. /t/ when the verbs end in a voiceless consonant, so the vocal cords never vibrate when you pronounce these verbs, such as: KISS - KISSED /t/, LOOK, LOOKED /t/.

Now, look at the Woodward Chart which can help you to practise the -ED endings prnounciation.

At last but not least, you can do the following listening tests, click here: bbc.co.ukcisl.edu/wordpress/listening-practice


Tuesday, January 10, 2017

1º ESO - Mosaic 1 - Unit 4 Worksheets

Hi, Guys!!!, 



Time flies and I hope I'll finish Unit 4 next week, so are you ready to check your knowledge? Well, just click on the following links:

Mosaic 1 - Unit 4 *

Mosaic 1 - Unit 4 **

Oxford Practise Grammar (Comparatives and Superlatives) 

Oxford - Comparatives and Superlatives 

Comparatives and Superlatives (explanation and exercises) 

 Which is the most spoken language in Europe? in the world?


Monday, January 9, 2017

Happy New Year!!! (Speaking task: New Year's Resolutions)

Hi, Guys!!!, 

Happy New Year!!! My best wishes for you all!!!!

By the way, I'd like to share with you this fantastic link: BRITISH COUNCIL (New Year's Resolutions) since I strongly believe it's one the best ways to start the new year with students, it's a good way to speak up about past events and then, let's focus on the future!!!! I'm not going to give you any more details, because you'll find all the material there :) I hope you'll enjoy it!!!!
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