You have to create your own animated story and share it with your teacher and friends. You can do it at goanimate (you need to register). You have to watch the tutorial before you start working, it will help you with your video.
Once you finish you have to share the link of your story with your teacher, sending her a message to email@example.com.
Wishing with Santa by AirRider3 on GoAnimate
dimecres, 19 novembre de 2014
We are going to subtitle music videos. The first thing you have to do is choose a video from www.youtube.com and find the lyrics using www.google.com.
We are using an application called OVERSTREAM. You need to register for an account if you want to use this application.
Once you are logged in, you can start with the subtitles, but it is a good idea to click the help button and have a look at the tutorial and the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
The Overstream Editor Tutorial Part 1: Basic Operation is very simple and will show you how to use this application.
Now you are ready to create your Overstream videos, clicking in Create Overstream.
The first thing you have to do is copy the youtube video URL and enter it:
Now you can start working with the subtitles. It is very easy if you have watched the tutorial and follow the instructions. Remember you have to save all the changes and you can go back to your video as many times as you want to.
ONCE YOU HAVE FINISHED YOUR VIDEOS SEND THE LINK TO YOUR TEACHER (firstname.lastname@example.org) IN A MESSAGE AND I WILL PUBLISH THEM IN THIS SITE, SO THE REST OF STUDENTS CAN WATCH THEM. WRITE “VIDEO" IN THE SUBJECT OF THE MESSAGE AND MAKE IT PUBLIC BEFORE SENDING IT.
dimecres, 5 novembre de 2014
Now we are ready for some LISTENING. Listen to this song by Gloria Gaynor and go to I Will Survive – exercises. There you will find the lyrics of the song and four exercises, you have to do all of them and send the answers to email@example.com. Copy and paste them in a word document with your answers with “survive” in the subject of your message.
diumenge, 19 octubre de 2014
To celebrate Halloween we are going to do the following activities. Do as many of them as you can!
- Halloween Vocabulary Word List, With Definitions
- Pre-Intermediate English - Read About Halloween
- English Reading and Writing Gap Fill - Trick or Treating (with worksheets)
- Online Halloween Crossword Puzzle
- Online Halloween Word Search Puzzle
- Superstitions Word Search Puzzle - Medium
- Friday The 13th Superstitions - Listening and Vocabulary Lesson
- Halloween Songs: "This is Halloween" By Marilyn Manson - Prepositions Gap Fill
dimecres, 1 octubre de 2014
CLOTHESGo to http://www.agendaweb.org/vocabulary/clothes-exercises.html and do some exercises to practice with your vocabulary. Do as many exercises as you can, and repeat them if you need more practice.
The exercises in page 1 are the easiest, and they get more difficult in the following pages. There's a colour code on the top of the page.
PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINUOUSHere you have some exercises on the simple present and the present continuous. You have to do them all:
- Present Continuous vs Present Simple
- Present simple or present continuous
- Present Simple/Present Continuous
- Present Simple and Continuous 1
- Present Simple or Continuous Exercise
You are going to investigate about relative pronouns. This time you are going to make a summary or diagram explaining the rules and use of this type of pronouns, adding examples if you find them useful. You can do this summary or diagram in English or Catalan. Once you are finished send the document to firstname.lastname@example.org with relative pronouns in the subject of the message.
You'll find information to do this diagram in page 98 in your workbooks or in the following links:
Now you are ready to do some exercises on relative clauses. Do all the exercises and repeat them if you have a lot of mistakes:
- Relative pronouns 1
- Relative pronouns 2
- Relative pronouns - who, which, whose
- Relative pronouns - who, which, whose 2
- Relative pronouns
- what – which - who
- when –who – which - where