Check this link to watch some videos of great love stories selected by The New York Times for this year’s Valentine’s Day. Watch them and let us know which one is your favourite.
This is a photo of my parent’s wedding. They got married in the Sahara and that’s why my mum is holding a bouquet made from plastic flowers. Their love story lasted as long as those flowers. They were happily married for forty years! Do you know any good love stories (about your grandparents’, parents’ or your own story)? Share them with us here or on your Facebook classroom group. We just love love stories!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
10 great reasons to get out there! Can you add any more?
This week we are having our speaking tests at school. How do I know, because I’m a teacher and my students are enduring them, and because everybody is speaking English everywhere, in the corridor, in the library, in the staircase, everywhere.
And I was wondering, why don’t we do it from September to June? Why do we have to wait for our exams to speak English? Imagine what would happen if you did it whenever you came to school, since you arrive till you go. If you arrived earlier to chat with your mates in English for 15 or 20 minutes twice a week? Wouldn’t it make significative changes in your speaking?
Soon we are having our first official speaking test, and I’m sure that at this point you are a bit scared, but you don’t have to as we are going to deal with this issue in class and practise a lot. Indeed, we practise our speaking everyday, don’t we.
Here you are the list of possible topics seen in class. I hope you can make good use of it.