Category Vocabulary

Quiz card #009

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CLOCK CLOCK CLOCK

How often have you heard me use the words CLOCKWISE and ANTI-CLOCKWISE in the classroom when I’m asking for your answers? Too often maybe. Yet, I smile when I still see some of you using  your fingers to draw a clock in the air or looking at watches to work out who’s turn it is to […]

Quiz card #008

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Quiz card #007

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Kana’s drawing

Take a look at this screenshot taken from the classroom’s interactive white board. Can you answer the questions which follow? Why are CHEF and COOK highlighted? What do the letters CEO (next to the word CHIEF) stand for? The picture with the HOB and OVEN is of what? I’m waiting for your replies!

Quiz card #003

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PRICELESS / WORTHLESS

I’m a teacher, not an artist. It is true, though, that drawings can play an important part in explaining a word or grammar point, or even just to add a bit of colour to the lesson. When I was in my last year at primary school, art lessons were part of the curriculum. They were […]