måndag 4 februari 2019

The Republic of Ireland, prep for test!!

It’s good to know these things before taking the test: 
The republic of Ireland

Words to the chapter
Wb: synonyms p 32 -33, 35

Realia such as
·       Tb p 36-48
·       The history of Ireland, a timeline
·       Its capital
·       The national symbol of Ireland
·       Things that are typically Irish
·       Saint Patrick’s day https://www.kimstudies.com/saint-patricks-day.html
·       Take the Quiz p. 38 Tb

Progressive form (-ing form) wb. p 140-143
Do vs Make: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXRcTKWSFbU

onsdag 30 januari 2019

Saint Patrick's Day

Saint Patrick’s Day
1.       At what date is St Patrick’s day celebrated?
2.       What/ why do people celebrate St Patrick’s day?
3.       What colour and token are typically for the feast?
4.       Why was the shamrock so important?
5.       What’s the traditional dish on St Patrick’s day?
6.       Why do people in US celebrate this day?
7.       What happens on the day with the Chicago river?
8.       What part do leprechauns play during the event?

tisdag 29 januari 2019

Bra att kunna inf provet på Australia

Till provet på Australien bör du ha övat glosorna, grammatiken samt realia(fakta om landet)

Du ska kunna förklara flaggan
Du ska kunna redogöra för åren 1901 samt 1960
Du ska kunna förklara varför Australien koloniserades
Du ska kunna redogöra om Aboriginerna
Du ska kunna ge exempel saker som kännetecknar Australien
Du ska kunna förklara The stolen generation

genetiv s. 119i wb

Nouns p. 116-117 WB 
who vs which: wb 122



Power point

onsdag 23 januari 2019

a Movie report

Movie Report

Now, after watching the movie Pay it forward, you are going to write a movie report. The report should include the following things. (You should write the report as a flowing text, not as answers to 13 questions.)

1)    Title/Name of the movie
2)    What kind of movie is it? (Genre)
3)    For what kind of audience do you think it is for? Children/adults/teenagers/boys/girls etc.

4)    When and where does the movie take place?
5)    What is the movie about? What happens? (Plot)
6)    How does it end? Do you like the ending? Why? Is it a happy ending?
7)    Can this happen in real life? Is it realistic? What is and what is not?
8)    Describe the best and the worst scene.
9)    Who do you think is the bad guy? Why?

10)  Describe at least one of the main characters. (Looks/feelings/relations/lifestyle)

11)  What does the movie maker want to “say” with the movie? (Is there a message?)

Personal opinion
12)  Do you like the movie? Why/why not?
13)  Would you recommend others to see it? Why/ Why not?

tisdag 22 januari 2019

This is why Everybody is singular

Basic Principle: Singular subjects need singular verbs; plural subjects need plural verbs. My brother is a nutritionist. My sisters are mathematicians.
See the section on Plurals for additional help with subject-verb agreement.

The indefinite pronouns anyone, everyone, someone, no one, nobody are always singular and, therefore, require singular verbs.
·       Everyone has done his or her homework.
·       Somebody has left her purse.

Some indefinite pronouns — such as all, some — are singular or plural depending on what they're referring to. (Is the thing referred to countable or not?) Be careful choosing a verb to accompany such pronouns.
·       Some of the beads are missing.
·       Some of the water is gone.

On the other hand, there is one indefinite pronoun, none, that can be either singular or plural; it often doesn't matter whether you use a singular or a plural verb — unless something else in the sentence determines its number. (Writers generally think of none as meaning not any and will choose a plural verb, as in "None of the engines are working," but when something else makes us regard none as meaning not one, we want a singular verb, as in "None of the food is fresh.")
·       None of you claims responsibility for this incident?
·       None of you claim responsibility for this incident?
·       None of the students have done their homework. (In this last example, the word their precludes the use of the singular verb.

Some indefinite pronouns are particularly troublesome Everyone and everybody (listed above, also) certainly feel like more than one person and, therefore, students are sometimes tempted to use a plural verb with them. They are always singular, though. Each is often followed by a prepositional phrase ending in a plural word (Each of the cars), thus confusing the verb choice. Each, too, is always singular and requires a singular verb.
Everyone has finished his or her homework.
You would always say, "Everybody is here." This means that the word is singular and nothing will change that.
Each of the students is responsible for doing his or her work in the library.
Don't let the word "students" confuse you; the subject is

söndag 13 januari 2019

9b w. 2-8

 w. 2
 My 2018 in 5 pictures

 Work on your presentations
 w. 3
 Present your work in your group

Kahoot on Ireland
 Let's start with The Republic of Ireland

1. Take the Quiz p. 38
2. Listen and find out if your answers are correct.

 w. 4
1.Powerpoint grammar Quiz
2. Limerick Treasure Trove, p.40-41, read it and do the after reading, 1 and 2
3. workbook p. 31

  Across the Emerald Isle
1.Tb p 42-44 
2. Wb p. 32-33
3. words to the text
4. Tb After reading p. 44
 w. 5
1. Saint Patrick's day a listening comprehension + worksheet

2. Tb p 45 Irish celebs and authors: a listening comprehension
2. Tb: England and Ireland A timeline p. 46-47https://webbapp.liber.se/focus-on-english-9/#/3-republic-of-ireland/a-timeline/listen
3. wb p. 34-35 A and B
4.irish facts
5. the map of Ireland
 w. 6
IL competition
 Plugga inf Provet!!
x-tra: http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/magazine/life-around-world/ireland-facts-myths
 w. 7
Test: The republic of Ireland
Happy valentine
Speed chatting!!!
 w. 8

The Republic of Ireland, prep for test!!

It’s good to know these things before taking the test:  The republic of Ireland Words to the chapter https://glosor.eu/ovning/lime...