My dear students,
we have forgotten our blog for a little while. But I am planning to use it much more, thanks to you. This is my New Year resolution! Besides many many other ones…
And you? What are your New Year Resolutions? Please tell me (and the Net) (leave a comment here below).
See you back to school
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Hi my dear students,
This is our last activity on our blog. Please write your Review here below, I will publish it as soon as they arrive.
All the best
what is better than the sharing? Herewith you can find a nice activity (in this case in the form of an English test) to teach English through a CLIL activity about Fireworks. Personally, these activities were intended as a conclusion set of activities because, in the classroom, we have worked a lot on the specific vocabulary and on Chemistry in action thanks to my Chemistry colleague.
Hope it can be useful for you!
Enjoy with your classes.
Frankly, I believe freedom is expressing freely (but politely) your opinions.
Please, tell us what you think about the following topic:
FAMOUS FOOTBALL PLAYERS EARN TOO MUCH MONEY
I will be waiting for your comments 🌍🌎🌏
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My dear students!
since I was a child, I have been so fascinated by fireworks: they are such a magic to me. I remember when I was 5 years old and I was so scared by them, but at the same time so intrigued by the colours and the sparkling in the sky and then reflected on the sea water. I remember it was summer, with my mother and my grandmother in front of the Adriatic sea in Caorle. Such sweet memories.
And you? Do you like fireworks? Have you ever been at a fireworks festival? Do you know the history of Fireworks?
I’ll be waiting for your comments and in the meanwhile, if you want, go and visit class 2A MAT page about fireworks https://matenglishblog.wordpress.com/2a-mat/fireworks-chemistry-in-action/
See you at school