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VOCABULARY Functions: those strange machines STARTER Session 24
a bicycle a bike
a bicycle a bike a motorcycle a motorbike
a swimming-pool a pool
a swimming-pool a pool a length
an electrician a plumber a builder
a light aircraft
to take off
to flight to take off to land
money coins notes (UK) bills (US)
an American dollar
a Canadian dollar an Australian dollar a New Zealand dollar
NOW YOU INVESTIGATE What do these countries have in common? Have you ever listened about the Commonwealth?
Canadian Money. Coins Penny 1 cent 1¢ Nickel 5 cents 5¢
Who uses it?. We all use money to buy what we need to function in our world. Money Vocabulary Bills Dollars Coins Sliver Dollar Half Dollar Fifty Cent.
On the move. What is your favourite way of travelling? What is the best way to travel? In a big city? In the desert? In the mountains? To another continent?
Banks and Money Have you ever seen Canadian money? How many bills are there in Canada? –$5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500, $1000 Do you know the names of all.
VOCABULARY Functions: those strange machines STARTER Session 2.
Taxes © 2013 Created by Sally Camden ~ The Reflective Educator ~
Counting Coins. The Basics Quarter 25 cents Dime 10 cents.
Study Abroad Consultancy Newedgecs. About Newedgecs Newedgecs, the best Study Abroad Consultants in Hyderabad offer various opportunities for the students.
helicopter A type of aircraft without wings, that has one or two sets of large blades which go round very fast on top. It can land and take off vertically.
Adding and Subtracting Money! Click on the dollar sign to begin!
Inventors. Activity O Force for change - Read 7,10 and Draw a table: InventorInvention.
LESSON 19. learn about the Wright brothers and the early days of flying. listen to a song about the woman flyer, Amy Johnson. compare Amy Johnson with.
How do you travel from one country to another ?. We travel by plane.
M O N E Y. Big Idea Money comes in different sizes and colors. There are bills and coins. Money is used to make purchases and is used all over the world.
Currency Activity. Currency Every county has their own form of Currency unless they have banded with other countries like the European Union. Canadian.
Money and the World Sarah Judson March 20, *You Are Here* There is so much to see in the world! So lets get prepared!! Denver, Colorado, U.S.A.
HOW CAN I CONVERT MONEY? MCC.4.MD.1 Money. Conversions ____ pennies = 1 nickel ____ nickels = 1 dime ____ dimes = 1 dollar ____ quarters = 1 dollar.
BOAT CAR VAN TRAIN SUBMARINE BIKE HELICOPTER BUS TRUCK PLANE ON What is it? GO.
Travelling. OBSAH Brainstorming Reasons for travelling Holidays Sightseeing tour Expressions for travelling Means of transport Travelling by land Travelling.
Dictation EMS: Express Mail Service 1. EMS: Express Mail Service 2. send a fax / / letter / / ( ) / / ( ) 3. type / photocopy a document /
Vocabulary Travel. Holidays TOURISM cruise excursion journey/trip tour camping ticket package holiday bed and breakfast charter flight ACOMMODATION hotel.
2 nd grade Mathematics Learning to Count money. Students will: Understand the value of money. Learn to count and write values. identify the names of the.
Round the English - speaking countries. English is the native language in:
Prerequisite Skills VOCABULARY CHECK ANSWER 24.5 in The area of the rectangle is ?. 2. The perimeter of the rectangle is ?. 3. The opposite of any.
At the Airport Buy a ticket, go by plane To the Netherlands or Spain Planes are taking off the ground With a very loud sound. They arrive and fly away.
Travel back in time to You are now leaving Auchtergaven Primary School.
Air travel. Listen to an interview with a travel industry consultant. Click here.
Divide decimals What is the answer to these divisions? 6 ÷ 3 In each case the answer is 2. The answer to a division is not changed if each number is multiplied.
3.2 Exchange Rates. Exchange Rate – how much of one currency you can buy using another currency. IE: £1 = $1.50.
AERONÁUTICA CIVIL 1B MENU OBJECTIVE: TO LEARN THE HISTORY OF AVIATION IN COLOMBIA AND PRACTICE THE PAST TENSE. Listening Vocabulary.
DAILY ROUTINES What do you do every day?. wake up get up go to bed sleep.
Module 3 My First Ride on a Train. train ferry plane bus.
Consumer Math Unit 4. Create a list of 10 places you would like to vacation. Need the city and country names of those places. Create a list of 10.
Senior English 3 Unit 9 By Xiang Ya-li from Guangdong Bowen International School.
I wonder who has more money…. 1 dollar, 3 nickels, 5 dimes 6 dimes, 3 pennies, 5 quarters 8 pennies, 6 nickels, 3 dimes 2 half dollars, 5 pennies, 8 nickels.
Money Unit 5 What is Money? Money is something we use to buy things with. Money can be made of paper or metal.
On Yer Bike! How to get a full motorcycle licence This session will look at the legal logistics of taking to the road on two wheels.
The Wright Brothers By Tynan Lister By Tynan Lister.
The bigger picture A world of speed. Objectives… Objectives To be able to identify what makes objects go faster from the world of engineering To work.
to class 9D Make suggestions about how to save energy.
+ WHAT A DRAG! Emily Knowles. + Demo I Have a stone and a feather. I am going to drop them at the exact same time, from the exact same height. What do.
About where we are going We are going to stay at Tokyo Japan the prices of the flight are 1000 or more for their and back.
Airman Topics Westwind Air Service Airman Topics Performing Weight and Balance.
“The History of Money” Vocabulary. teller Today, many of the duties that used to be done by a bank teller, a real person, are done by machines.
Lesson (2) Friction Application. Life Application 1-Rockets, aircrafts and trains are designed in streamline shapes to decrease air resistance.
The Truman Doctrine Lesson starter: Describe the content of Winston Churchill’s Iron Curtain speech in your own words.
FLYING. FLYING People dreamed of flying like birds for thousand of years. Today there are many different kinds or aircraft and, everyday, millions travel.
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