Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Female Writers' Day






Let's do some research:

What does the word "anonymous" mean?

What do you think this sentence means?

Who is Virginia Woolf?

As you know, these books have been written by female writers:



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Let's find out about these two women:

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When and where were they born?
Name their most important novel and find some information about the plot.



Monday, 16 October 2017

1ºC - 17th October

Hi 1ºC,


Unfortunately I'm still unwell, so you have to work on your own today.

Please, do this handout in your notebook, copying all the sentences, not only the answers.

We will correct it once I'm back, which I hope will be on Wednesday.


 Have a nice day, Alexandra



Monday, 2 October 2017

IMPORTANT DATES 1A and 1B

As discussed in class, here are some important dates for you to remember


 Tuesday 10th October 2017 Unit 1 (Animals and Us) Test. 


Thursday 19th October 2017 Project paper and group presentation


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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

UNIT 4 TEST

Unit 4 test is on Monday 13 February.


VOCABULARY: school (corridor, break, test, to revise etc.)

GRAMMAR: adverbs (regular adverbs - slowly, happily etc. and exceptions - well, hard, late, fast)
comparisons (as... as, not as... as)
too and enough

EXPRESSIONS: preferences (I'd rather... and I prefer to...)

TOO and ENOUGH



















Extra activities:

Comparisons AS... AS.../ NOT AS... AS...

AS... AS






We use as... as... to show that two things are equal. 

My brother is as tall as my father.
Your flat is as big as mine.


NOT AS... AS...




We use not as... as... to show that two things are NOT equal. 

My sister is not as sporty as my brother.
Maggie is not as funny as Gemma.

Extra activities:





Adverbs

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Adverbs:
Adverbs of manner are usually formed from adjectives by adding –ly:
bad > badly; quiet > quietly; recent > recently; sudden > suddenly
but there are sometimes changes in spelling:
easy > easily; happy > happily

EXEPTIONS: A few adverbs of manner have the same form as the adjective:
They all worked hard.
She usually arrives late.
I hate driving fast.
and
You sing very well (good > well)

Extra activities:

Writing Unit 4