How to talk about pie charts – CLIL on MATHS

Yesterday (5th April, 2017) in a grade 9 class (English Plus) we had an interesting lesson with Simon Vicary, an ESL expert teacher I usually  teamteach  with once a week.

Students were supposed to make a quiz to their classmates and then analyse  results. We managed to do this acvitity  with the help of an amazing webtool: GOOGLE FORM. Have a look at this link or download it at  Class Survey

With Simon’s help students started to talk about results and responses to the questions in the survey.

A useful recap has been made in a video by ENG-Vid.

Go to the LINK https://www.engvid.com/ielts-writing-numbers-and-pie-charts/

Further practice can be found various websites:

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sgi – saint george international

ielts buddy

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Daily Routine vs Action in progress

When we talk about what we do every day we usually use SIMPLE PRESENT TENSES. In case we talk about action happening NOW , at the time when I am speaking we use PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSES. 

Let’s try to make it more simple

Activity 1. Watch this video. What’s Mr Bean Daily Routine like?

Activity 2. Now listen to an interview to a SWIMMER

You can reach the recording at British Council WEBsite

Activity 3. How about these situations? 

 

Activity 4.  A useful RECAP is available on English Grammar Online

  • Click on the LINK to reach the  GRAMMAR RECAP
  • You may need some PRACTICE and exercises .
    • Click on the LINK to reach exercise 1.
    • Click on the LINK to reach exercise 2.

 

Do you feel more confident now when using Present or Continuous tenses?

Useful Links

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Here is a list (which I will keep updated):