I hope you had a good holiday and are ready for this week! Don’t forget you have a test this week, and the exams are coming, it’s a good idea to start revising, especially the vocabulary (use quizlet!).
To win a joker this week: Saturday 1st April is our OPEN DAY, write a list of ideas of how to present your English class to new students and their parents.
To win a joker this week write the recipe for pancakes and tell Mrs Harris what you like to eat pancakes with.
The New Year = resolutions!
Write a letter (3ème & 4ème), a list (5ème) words (6ème) to explain your objectives in English this year and what you will do to succeed!
You don’t want to work but your parents want you to? Here are some suggestions:
- Netflix in English!
Watch your favourite film/series in V.O. with subtitles.
2. Gaming in English!
Not only are your favourite video games available in English but you can improve your game with a « how to… » clip on youtube.
All your favourite songs are in English so check out the words on youtube. Here are the words for Drake-One Dance
4. Read a book!
Radical I know, but try the last Harry Potter in English, it’s quite easy as it’s a play script, there’s less detail and so it’s quicker to read than the other books.
Maybe not the most exciting thing to do in the holidays, but it’s great for learning vocabulary.
Everyone should be getting their exams back, it is very important to use these to revise and learn from your mistakes, so for this week’s free joker –
Choose 2 exercises from your exam and write them correctly and give them to Mrs H!
It was great to see you all at the « Escalade » race this weekend,
and there’s an extra joker for the girl in 5ème who cheered me on during the race – do you know who you are?!
Write a list of all the verbs you do today, if you are in 4ème and 3ème put them in the preterit AND past participle form too.
For this week’s free joker write as many words as you can in relation to halloween OR write what children do at halloween,
and WELCOME BACK to school!