Billy and JackPosted: March 25, 2014 Filed under: lesson plan | Tags: Billy Bragg, busking, Jack Monroe, listening, The Guardian newspaper, vocabulary 2 Comments
To finish our paper theme this month, here’s a video-based lesson from a new section in The Guardian newspaper, where experts encourage people to try out new things. There are prediction and listening tasks while watching the musician teach the cook how to busk successfully in London. To finish off, we have a webquest for homework to find out more.
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A Paper SwanPosted: March 17, 2014 Filed under: lesson plan | Tags: instructions, origami, paper swan, speaking, Videojug, writing 1 Comment
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Sticking to the theme of paper, while at the same time using the fantastic website at Videojug, this latest lesson is a chance for the origami enthusiasts to show off. There will be planes and swans and a close look at the language of instruction, both written and oral.
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