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Knock- knock ! Who’s there ? Hatch ! Hatch who ? Bless you !
CONTENT Vocabulary Vocabulary Grammar Grammar Culture Culture Other Other “Laughing Matters” ( Peter Medgyes) “Laughing Matters” ( Peter Medgyes)
Vocabulary : Quiz human body
What’s up What’s up Vocabulary human body Vocabulary human body Initial stage Initial stage “did you know” “did you know”
Vocabulary : Really ?
What’s up What’s up Food and drinks Food and drinks Animal-food Animal-food Evaluation stage Evaluation stage
Vocabulary : Quantities and containers
What’s up What’s up Nice picture Nice picture Carton,tin,box,tube,.. Carton,tin,box,tube,.. Development Development presentation presentation
Vocabulary : Times and dates
English in mind English in mind Time-day-month Time-day-month Nice pictures Nice pictures Evaluation stage Evaluation stage 3 topics 3 topics
Vocabulary : School necessities
New breakaway New breakaway Listening (skill) Listening (skill) Crosswordpuzzle Crosswordpuzzle Development Development Integration Integration
Knock-Knock ! Who’s there ? Sarah Sarah who? Sarah doctor in the house?
Grammar : There,their,they’re
New breakaway New breakaway Pictures Pictures The simpsons The simpsons Development Development integration integration
Grammar : Possessive songs
New breakaway New breakaway Listening Listening Popular songs Popular songs Initial stage Initial stage
Grammar : too + adjective
English in mind English in mind Given adjectives Given adjectives Pictures Pictures Development Development Integration Integration Speaking (skill ) Speaking (skill )
Grammar : much / many
Enter Enter Development Development Presentation Presentation Integration Integration “a lot” “a lot”
Grammar : present perfect and past simple
Grammar : Present perfect and past simple Hotline Hotline Listening ( skill ) Listening ( skill ) Story theory Story theory Development Development presentation presentation
Grammar : few / little
What’s up What’s up Pictures Pictures Good memory ? Good memory ? Game = learning Game = learning Development Development integration integration
Knock-Knock ! Who’s there? Luke ! Luke who? Luke through the keyhole and you’ll see who !
Culture: Tourists in Britain
English in mind English in mind Handy tips Handy tips Evaluation stage Evaluation stage Lessons about Britain Lessons about Britain
Culture : Cricket
What’s up What’s up Schoolsystem in Britain Schoolsystem in Britain Evaluation stage Evaluation stage new new
Culture : London
What’s up What’s up Activities London Activities London Well structured Well structured Development Development Presentation Presentation
Culture : Great fire of London
What’s up What’s up London London Evaluation stage Evaluation stage be grateful be grateful
Culture : Left of right ?
What’s up What’s up Asking and showing the way Asking and showing the way Initial stage Initial stage
CULTURE In general : What’s up !! In general : What’s up !!
Knock-Knock ! Who’s there? Mary ! Mary who? Mary Christmas and a Happy Newyear !
Other : Different,so what ?
English in mind English in mind Reading Reading Peergroup Peergroup
Other : The bodysong
Enter Enter Listening Listening Vocabulary bodyparts Vocabulary bodyparts
Other : The Alfabet
New breakaway New breakaway Word = trick Word = trick -> c = ceiling -> c = ceiling
Other : Pronunciation
New breakaway New breakaway Nice picture Nice picture Daily life situation Daily life situation
“Laughing matters” Peter Medgyes Peter Medgyes Cambridge Cambridge Humour in language classroom Humour in language classroom But useful !! But useful !!
1) Laugh till you drop
Funny picture Funny picture Speaking ( skill ) Speaking ( skill )
2) Tonguetwisters Whether the weather be fine, or whether the weather be not, whether the weather be cold or whether the weather be hot, we weather the weather whatever the weather and whether we like it or not !
3) Teacher bloopers
Funny Funny Analyse cartoon Analyse cartoon Evaluation teacher Evaluation teacher
Why should we use “Laughing matters” ? Humour Humour Useful Useful Well structured : Well structured : - summary - summary - level - level - time - time - preparation - preparation
Knock-Knock ! Who’s there? Cook ! Cook who? Oh, I didn’t know it was spring already !
That’s all folks !
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