La Rentrée!

There’s no English word for « la rentrée », so for this week’s joker – create one!

Also remember that you have a vocabulary test on lists 1 to 10 this week so get revising!

For another free joker – the « trim » are coming – describe what you do when you revise, where do you sit? How long to you work before taking a break? Do you read?underline?highlight?take notes? test yourself?

Have a good week and don’t forget the alarm clock for Monday morning!

This Week

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Last week we had fun telling ghost stories at our international book club, next time we’ll be telling jokes – even better!

This week the end-of-term exams are starting, I know you’re all revising hard, remember to ask me if you have any questions.

This week’s joker is easy – write a list of TEN things you can do to learn English better.

Good Luck!

 

This week

BOOK CLUB – Friday 13th November – don’t worry if you haven’t read the books ( I haven’t!) Be prepared to tell your favourite ghost story instead!

I hope you have started revising for the end-of-term exams! Remember to revise all the old vocab lists (use the vocabulary games on quizlet) and practise doing the exercises and the end of the chapter in the book.

I’m here if you have any questions!

Finally, for this week’s free joker you must write a story (minimum 100 words) that uses at least 10 words from your vocabulary lists, you can use more than one list, you must underline the words.

 

Welcome back to school!!!

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Are you ready? I am!

I hope you’ve made lots of wonderful resolutions for the New Year and that you had a great holiday – I can’t wait to hear about it tomorrow!

To win your FREE JOKER this week, mail or message me 100 words including this phrase,

… as he started they…

You can see what other people wrote here, at the 100 word challenge website.

Have a great week!

Fab8