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English (Basic)

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the mall

22 Oct 2011
Posted by dvlong

The mall

Malls in different countries

The mall vs the fresh market

Airconditioning

Things to see

people watching

window shopping

security guards

great coffee shops

jobs

22 Oct 2011
Posted by dvlong

Jobs

At work

things I like about work

A particularly bad day

A typical day

Working 9 to 5.

My boss

Why we like/hate him

A boss' job

family

22 Oct 2011
Posted by dvlong

Family

All the people

brothers

sisters

irritating cousins

doting grandmothers

kisses with a mouthful of cake

A family day together

Christmas lunch

weekend barbecues

A bowl of noodles

27 Jul 2011
Posted by stevelouw

A bowl of noodles
    Utensils
        Chopsticks
    Ingredients
        Fish balls
        Shrimps
    Etiquette
        Dribbling
        Slurping
    Paying
        Bargaining
        Cheap?
    The seller
        What she buys

Cooking

27 Jul 2011
Posted by stevelouw

Cooking
    My first boiled egg
        Or how to burn toast
    When things go right
        I can make spagetti and meatballs
    What I need in the kitchen
        Definitely a microwave
        Can someone do these dishes please?
    A perfect meal
        It's how it looks that counts
        Wine and cheese

Chopsticks

27 Jul 2011
Posted by stevelouw

A lesson about fun with chopsticks.

 

 

Posted by admin

Ask the students the following questions and have them write or draw their response on their paper:
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Would you rather...
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1. Have gum or a mint?
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2. Watch a movie with Julia Roberts or Pierce Brosnan (James Bond)?
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3. Have a dog or a cat?
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4. Drive a white car or blue car?
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5. Listen to the radio or watch t.v.?
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6. Take a trip anywhere in the world or drive a new car?
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7. Spend 1 month in jail or 2 weeks with no food?
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8. Watch football or play football (soccer)?
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9. Be captain of a ship or pilot of an airplane?
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10. Be stabbed 5 times or shot once?
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Materials: 
Pencils, papers, mint, gum, picture of Julia Roberts, Picture of Pierce Brosnan, Picture of dog and cat
Posted by admin

Start by talking about visiting grandima. You might even tell the story of little red riding hood. Then you play the game " I'm going to grandria's house" line the students up the teacher says " I'm going to grandma's house and in going to bring (something beginning with the letter A) repeat for the next student. They must remember the 1st one + add something of their own (beginning with B) continue through the alphabet it a student can't remember an item they are out!

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Who likes what

08 Aug 2010
Posted by admin

1. Pass paper and pencils out to each student.
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2. Have them answer the ten questions on their paper making sure no one sees their answers.
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3. When they are finished, return the papers to the teacher.
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4. Discuss each paper and have the students guess the person who filled the paper out.

Materials: 
paper; pencil

Watercolor Ornaments

08 Aug 2010
Posted by admin

1. Fold the paper towel in half vertically and then horizontally. Reopen it and cut along the lines of each quarter. Set aside three pieces.
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2. Fold the remaining piece as you did in step 1. Press firmly on the folds so that the four-layer rectangle will lie flat.
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3. Review these procedures for using watercolors and paint a simple design on the folded paper towel. Try to use enough paint to soak through all four layers.
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a) Plan your work so that you can begin painting with the lighter colors first and proceed to darker colors.
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Materials: 
plain white heavyweight (kitchen) paper towel, scissors, watercolor paint set with brush, water container, newspaper-covered work area, ornament hangers, small paper clips or cellophane tape