Today we practiced the grammar "Would you ever...?" to learn a little more about our classmates. For homework, please answer three of these questions online:
Each answer must be 50+ words (150 words in total).
Homework: What are your career plans? What kind of job would you like after graduating from university?
Please ensure that your comment is at least 125 words long. You must also respond to at least two of your classmates' entries. This homework is worth 5 points, but you will lose 1 point for each spelling mistake you make. Be careful of spelling!
I was glad to hear that most of you had a good summer holiday. I hope you are ready for the second semester and learning some new English!
For homework, leave a comment below telling us about your summer holiday. I want to read the details! Please ensure that your comment is at least 125 words long. You must also respond to at least two of your classmates' entries. This homework is worth 5 points, but you will lose 1 point for each spelling mistake you make. Be careful of spelling!
Also for next lesson, please download and print the handouts below.
Speaking test next week. Two conversation topics:
Topic 1: What's new?
Topic 2: one of the topics below:
This week we practiced describing things in class. For example:
It's rectangular in shape.
It's made of metal and glass.
It has a screen and one button.
It's used to communicate and listen to music.
It's a kind of electronic device.
This English was from the textbook on page 24. You can look on this page for other ideas.
For homework, please think of a secret object. Describe the object and I will try to guess what you are describing. You cannot describe the same object as someone else.
For homework this week, I'd like you to think about our lessons so far this year. Please answer the following questions:
For homework, please add your short presentation (about the country you chose in class) to this website by clicking the COMMENT link below. Your writing should be 200+ words and should not have any spelling mistakes. Check your writing before you submit!
And please download and print this handout for next lesson.