Presentation on theme: "Narnia Handout."— Presentation transcript:
1. He shaped the English language 4. He wrote sonnet He wrote great dialogues 2. He gave us Romeo and Juliet 5. He gave us Hamlet
A boy's story is the best that is ever told. A day wasted on others is not wasted on one's self. Have a heart that never hardens, and a temper that never tires, and a touch that never hurts. Bob CratchitBob Cratchit: Well, it's about Mr. Marley, sir! He's dying! EbenezerEbenezer: Well, what do you want me to do about it? If he's dying, he's dying.
Who has the oldest stadium? Which team has the biggest pitch? Which team has the biggest capacity? Who has the newest stadium? Who scored the most goals? Which team has the most colourful kit? What is the worst loss/defeat? Who scored the most goals while losing? Who has the longest team name? Which is the widest pitch? Which team has the whitest kit? Which team is the most northern? Who is the lowest top scorer? Who has the smallest ground capacity? Which team has the darkest kit? Typical Superlative Questions
O when the saints go marching in You’ll never walk alone He’s got the whole world in His Hands Bread of heaven Glory, Glory hallelulia Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (rugby)
Winston Churchill: ‘Humour is a very serious thing.’ Chortle Chuckle Giggle Guffaw Laugh Roar Shriek Snigger Titter To lift people up, not to put them down Don’t laugh at people, laugh with them Don’t force it – it will fall on deaf ears Use it to help them acclimatise Humour should make people feel more comfortable rather than more awkward. Practical jokes should only be used on those who find them funny.
CrosswordWWWDNA Fingerprint Chocolate Bar Joseph FryArthur WynneTim Berners- Lee Sir Alec John- Jefferies Famous Englishmen Inventors
John Montagu - The 4th Earl of Sandwich Percy Shaw Edwin Budding John Nevil Maskelyne Famous English Inventors (Part 2)
History Georaphy (gardening) Religion Sport (rules) Language Literature Food Humour
Winston Churchill: ‘Humour is a very serious thing.’ Chortle Chuckle Giggle Guffaw Laugh Roar Shriek Snigger Titter
Chaucer Shakespeare Wordsworth Dickens Prince George The Industrial Revolution Sport Rules and Regulations The Police Constabulary