A New Year’s resolution is a commitment to improve yourself in the coming year. Have you thought about your new year’s resolutions yet? It isn’t too late, here is a quick worksheet that will get you practicing your English and get you thinking.
I haven’t posted about any of my adult groups for so long, but I am glad to say that they are still very much active. 🙂
The intimate conversation clubs in Barcola, Prebeneg and in Trieste city centre are going beautifully, our recent conversation topics include James Bond, hurricane Sandy, house chores, newly coined words, the Euro crisis, and even adult only airplanes.
With the festive season upon us, you can imagine what the next topics will be about.:-)
Here is a wonder rocket which recently blasted off at Sveti Ivan primary school. Well done, Jil. 🙂
Here is the template which started the creative juices flowing.
My robot’s name is Armageddon. In this mission he needs to go into the enemy’s base. He needs to take photos and videos, find the enemy’s weak points, and discover how to destroy him.
Armageddon has a missile, an ultrasonic sound ray, two front lasers, and very potent propellers to push away the enemy.
Armageddon can fly, he can travel off-road, but he can’t go underwater.
He communicates with his base via a satellite connection and he can connect with any computer he finds on the enemy’s base.
We started out by watching the film, which all of the children seemed to love, and then we went on to a comprehension exercise. With the youngest classes we completed simple comprehension sentences, while with the slightly older classes answered some comprehension questions.