MODULE
Lesson 25 Practice makes perfect - learning from experience
1. How do you understand the proverb "Practice makes perfect"? Give examples from your life.
1. How do you understand the proverb "Practice makes perfect"? Give examples from your life.
2. What do you remember about your first day at school? How did you feel? What did you do? What did you think of the teachers?
2. What do you remember about your first day at school? How did you feel? What did you do? What did you think of the teachers?
3. Look at the picture. What do you think this teacher is like?
3. Look at the picture. What do you think this teacher is like?
4. Read the text. Were you right about Miss Trunchbull?
4. Read the text. Were you right about Miss Trunchbull?
5. Read the text again and mark the statements True or False.
5. Read the text again and mark the statements True or False.

1)      Miss Honey reads the names of all the children.

2)      The school provides pencils for children.

3)      All the children are new to the school.

4)      They will stay at school for eleven years.

5)      Miss Trunchbull is the class teacher.

6)      Miss Honey tells the children how to behave in front of the headmistress.

7)      Miss Honey advises the children not to argue with each other.

8)      The children are happy about being at school.

1)      Miss Honey reads the names of all the children. 2)      The...
6. Look at the words/phrases from the extract and choose the correct definition.
6. Look at the words/phrases from the extract and choose the correct definition.
7. Look at these groups of words. Discuss the differences, if any, between them.
7. Look at these groups of words. Discuss the differences, if any, between them.
8. Here you can see some words connected with education. Complete the missing words and explain them.
8. Here you can see some words connected with education. Complete the missing words and explain them.
9. Do these exercises to practice the vocabulary.
9. Do these exercises to practice the vocabulary.
10. School idioms. Watch these slides and try to understand the meaning of these school idioms.
10. School idioms. Watch these slides and try to understand the meaning of these school idioms.
School idioms from SkyEdge
11. Ask and answer the questions using the questionnaire. Ask for more information.
11. Ask and answer the questions using the questionnaire. Ask for more information.
12. Video.
English spelling and pronunciation are not always identical. Did you know there are eight (EIGHT!) ways to pronounce the sound of "ough"? Here are some examples from I Love Lucy.
12. Video.
I love Lucy: english Pronunciation KerrieTriplett
Ricky said these words. Do you remember the correct words? Can you write and pronounce them?
Ricky said these words. Do you remember the correct words? Can you write and pronounce them?

"bogges"

  • "row"
  • "thruff"
  • "coo"
  • "enu"
"bogges" "row" "thruff" "coo" "enu"
Thank you for the lesson!
Thank you for the lesson!
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