Tag: Post Elementary

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May 12, 2015

Symbaloo: Online resources for EFL learners

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May 21, 2014

Traditional Irish Song: You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

Enjoy!

I got my ticket for the long way run
Two bottle of whiskey for the way
And I sure would like some sweet company
And I’m leaving tomorrow, what’dya say

When I’m gone (2x)
You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

You’re gonna miss me by my hair
You’re gonna miss me everywhere, oh
You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

I got my ticket for the long way run
The one with the prettiest of views
It’s got mountains
It’s got river’s
It’s got sights to give you shivers
But it sure would be prettier with you

When I’m gone (2x)
You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

You’re gonna miss me by my walk
You’re gonna miss me by my talk, oh
You’re gonna miss me when I’m gone

September 20, 2013

Happy Friday, full of Useful Adverbs! Learn happily :)

Adverbs can help you increase your language range!

 

 

 

September 14, 2012

VOCABULARY: Feelings…

August 28, 2012

Vamos al teatro a ver Haunted con Elementary y Post Elementary el 25 de Agosto!

Don´t miss it! Click on the image below for the songs and activities!

http://baplayers.com/haunted.html

LEARN THE SONG “MASTER OF THE HOUSE”. Click on the banner above to find the mp3 file.

Handout
Haunted.2 8

SYNOPSIS
(Storytelling or Reading activity before coming to the theatre)
The story begins in Central Park, New York. Mrs. Gossip, a cheerful beggar,
complains about her next-bench neighbours, Mr. and Mrs. Penniless, who
quarrel all the time as Mr. Jasper Penniless is never willing to work hard. He
feels always dissatisfied and keeps on begging. One day, two gentlemen from
Lawyers Company come to the city, Mr. Senior Law, old and very British, and
Mr. Junior Year, young, stiff and shy. They are eager to find Mr. Penniless to
inform him that he has inherited his great-uncle´s castle in Chester, England as
well as money to keep it. The following day Jasper and his wife, Edna, get on a
ship and travel to England However, the castle turns out to be a very special one
with a ghost included. As Mr Ghost feels the master
of the house he tries to frighten his new heirs away by provoking situations that
may cause fear or laughter.
Will Edna and Jasper go on living in the castle? Will they sell it?
Join this hilarious and peculiar story into the world
of suspense, humour and revenge.

MORAL
Money is never so simple to make, you should work hard
and never depend on others

VOCABULARY
(It’s essential to teach or revise these words before coming to the theatre)
Adjectives
haunted – deaf – poor – rich – fool – hungry – unrefined – mad – polite
Nouns
castle – bench – ghost – beggar – gossip – neighbours– lawyers – law
ancestor – heir – butler – maid – servants – relative – blood – stain
will (as a testament) – hell – screen – hunter – armour – skull
Verbs and Expressions
beg – gossip – inherit – haunt – owe – sell – greet – scream – hunt – grab – drag
don’t care a damn – to pull someone’s leg – to send someone to jail
to be brought up – to give orders – family affairs – to give someone a fright
to laugh at someone

July 6, 2012

Play ACADEMY ISLAND! A game for students of English!

 

June 13, 2012

Two Worlds Meet

June 9, 2012


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