Thursday, 27 April 2017

NIC - Thursday 27 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Vocabulary: Natural disasters

- Reading: Recycling

- Listening: Recycling

- Speaking: Recycling

- Listening: Pets

- Speaking: Pets


- Listening: Review

Homework:


Read the worksheet on transactional letters

Write a text about the advantages and disadvantages of owning a pet

Language Snippets: Slang - A handful


NA2 - Wednesday 26 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Writing: Transactional letters. Click here to see the document.

- Grammar: Conditional sentences


- Speaking: The second conditional

- Speaking: The third conditional

- Listening: review


Homework:

Write a transactional letter, using one of the tasks in the worksheet.

Language Snippets - Dates


NIC- Tuesday 25 April 2017

Summary of the class:


- Reading: Success

- Listening: The Beatles and Bill Gates

- Vocabulary: The environment. Click here to see the document.

- Listening: How to protect the environment. Click here to see the activities.

- Speaking: The environment

- Listening: Review. Click here to see the worksheet.

Homework:

Read the text in the worksheet about the environment and complete the activities

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Language Snippets - Alone, lonely, and lone


NA2 - Monday 24 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Vocabulary: crime


- Speaking: Lawsuits

- Speaking: Crime

- Listening: Punishment

- Listening: review


Homework:

Read the worksheet on transactional letters, handed out in class. Click here to see the document

Thursday, 20 April 2017

NIC - Thursday 20 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Conditional sentences - type III

- Speaking: What would you do...?

- Reading and listening: The ticket inspector

- Reading and speaking: stories

- Vocabulary and speaking: superstitions and luck

- Listening: Review


Homework:

Write a story about a time when you helped someone or someone helped you

Read the text on page 87 and do the activities in section b

NA2 - Listening: Crime and Punishment

Click on the following links for further practice:

- Security Systems

- Crime

- Types of crime

- Crime in America

- The Cause of Crime

- Police in America

- The Death Penalty

- Killing

- Lawsuits

NA2 - Wednesday 19 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Vocabulary: Punishments

- Listening: Crime


- Speaking: Have you had anything stolen?

- Listening: Car theft

- Vocabulary: In the courtroom

- Listening: Review


Homework:

Complete the activities of vocabulary in the worksheet

NIC - Listening: Sports

Click on the following links to practise your listening skills:

- Sports news

- Dialogue about sports

- Getting fit

- Fitness centre

- Gym instructor

- Parks and Recreation

- Football in England

- Hockey


NIC - Grammar: Conditional Sentences (Type III)

Click on the following links to do some extra practice on conditional sentences:

-  Activity 1

- Activity 2


NIC - Tuesday 18 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Vocabulary: Extreme sports

- Listening: Extreme sports

- Speaking: Extreme sports


- Grammar: Conditional sentences III

- Pronunciation: Conditional sentences

- Listening: Review


Homework: 

Complete the activities on conditional sentences on page 148

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

NA2 - Vocabulary: Crimes and Criminals

Watch the videos to practise the vocabulary about crime:






NA2 - Monday 17 April 17

Summary of the class:

- Vocabulary: crime. Click here to see the worksheet.

- Listening: Crime and punishment

- Speaking: Crime

- Listening: Review

Friday, 7 April 2017

NIC. Grammar: Clauses of purpose

Click on the following links to do some practice on this grammar point:

- Activity 1

- Activity 2


NIC - Thursday 6 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Exam review

- Speaking: British stereotypes

- Reading: British stereotypes


- Speaking: Spanish stereotypes


Homework:


Write a text about one of the topics (memories) we saw in class.

NA2 - Wednesday 5 April 2017

Summary of the class:

- Exam review

- Game: British culture

Homework:

Read the worksheet on cover letters. Complete the activities and write your own cover letter.