Hello from London!
Watch this video to see how the foreign people living in London answered this question.
Can you remember the SIX things that they mentioned? - watch again if you like ;)
What one thing has most helped you…?
The History of Ice cream
How old is the the first scoop of ice cream?
a) more than 25 years old b) more than 2,500 years old c ) more than 250 years old
What were the first treats made of?
a) bread crumbs and snow b) grated cheese and asparagus c) snow and ice
Who were believed to be the first people to eat a frozen milk like confection?
a) The US presidents b) The Middle East people c) The emperors of the Tang Dynasty
When was ice cream made available to the public?
a) 1660 b) 1744 c) 1800
Who invented sundae?
a) the Middle East people b) The Emperors c) The Americans
Watch the video, complete the sentences below, and get ready to talk about it next class
We all make misteaks – oops, we mean mistakes.
But what is the biggest mistake you have ever made?
Watch & learn - let's discuss this interesting topic in class ;)
The psychology of accents
Have you ever been told you speak with an accent?
Perhaps, to you, the person who asked that question was the one with the accent? Have you ever heard of "own-accent bias"?
While you can't hear my accent as you read this, you are probably reading it in an accent familiar to you.
This Braincraft video, along with this lesson, are intended to get you thinking about why and how accents exist within languages.
Answer THESE questions
How to Make Homemade Pasta
Watch how to make fresh pasta at home!
This simple pasta is made with semolina flour and eggs.
You can find semolina flour in most gourmet grocery stores.
Shape the pasta dough into your favorite pasta shapes!
And try it with cream sauces.
FIRST: watch the video [the more the better]
SECOND: make some questions [use THIS to help you]
THIRD: discuss these questions -
Rise and shine! It’s time for our sleep idioms picture challenge.
You snooze, you lose with this quiz, so wake up, rub the sleep out of your eyes and take this challenge to learn 3 useful English idioms !
When you’ve finished, let us know how many you got right…
Are you a slow reader? Or a fast reader? Either way, here's some tips to help you get better at reading - and take more in.How to get seriously good at reading
"A little bit of English...EVERY DAY!"