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English Idioms in use

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Idiom: a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language

Every language has its own collection of wise sayings. They offer advice about how to live and also transmit some underlying ideas, principles and values of a given culture / society. These sayings are called “idioms” – or proverbs if they are longer. These combinations of words have  a “figurative” meaning – they basically work with “pictures”. Read the rest of this entry »

Students’ poems about the sun

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The task is based on the story of Ray Bradburry “All summer in a day”. Students imagine that they are Margot’s classmates and do the same task, as they do: write a poem about the sun. Read the rest of this entry »

The 7th of April, “Ode” review

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Dear students, today we celebrate the Motherhood and beauty day which is dedicated   to women. Please, congratulate your mothers, sisters, grandmothers and teachers, filling in this padlet.

All happiness in a day

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Short-term project-deadline April 25

  • Discussion: “What is happiness for me”?
  • Reading: “All summer in a day”, Ray Bradburry
  • Essay writing: ”All happiness in a day”
  • Listening: John Lenon’s song  “Imagine”, describe the world as it is described in the song
  • Watching a movie
  • Summary: “What is happiness for you”-Discussion:

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International Children’s Book Day

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Investigate your home library!

  • What children’s book do you have?
  • Make a catalog of children’s books, which are in your home library.
  • Ask your family members about their favourite books.
  • Reading challenge: read a passage from your favourite children’s book in English and offer someone (your friend, classmate, schoolmate or even a teacher) to read a passage from his/her favourite one). Make a video and share it with the challenger.

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Two friends

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Two friends were camping together. Their names were Jim and Tim. Tim was
very lazy. The first evening of their holiday, Jim said to Tim, ‘Here’s some
money. Go and buy some meat.’
‘I’m too tired,’ answered Tim. ‘You go.’ So Jim went to buy the meat.
When he came back, he said to Tim, ‘Now, here’s the meat. Please cook it.’
But Tim answered, ‘No, I’m not good at cooking. You do it.’ So Jim cooked the
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All summer in a day

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“Ready?”

“Ready.”

“Now?”

“Soon.” Read the rest of this entry »

Tasks for distance-online learning

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Dear students, we have a great opportunity to realize our International project “A day without my mobile phone” during this week.

 

 

 

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