We all saw it on the news this morning. Just when we had high hopes of receiving an award for Spanish cinema, there goes Will Smith who gives Chris Rock a slap in the face and drops an F-bomb opening the debate on whether certain issues should be overlooked in the name of humour and…… Continue reading Funny or not so funny?
Image from the Daily Mail Before flipping the cards, you may want to take a peep at the wordcloud that you’ll find linked to the button. Thanks Cristina, I love it!!!! WORDCLOUD HERE! Guess the word and turn over the cards to see if you got it right.
What’s the name for the bad guy that moves within a plot? And what type of character is the opposite to He-who-must-not-be-named? Here’s a flipping card vocabulary activity that deals with these terms. Look at each card and hover the mouse over it to see the other side. .
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Image by Rajesh Kavasseri on Unsplash What’s your favourite style of music? Do you listen to different styles according to your mood? Do you find any particular music uplifting or disturbing? Can you play an instrument? What’s your favourite group or who’s your favourite musician? Have you heard anything good recently? Do you spend a…… Continue reading Styles of music quiz
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Here’ s a flipping card quiz activity with advanced vocabulary for arts and crafts. Read or look at the picture and flip to see if you made the correct guess.
Once upon a time this activity was a flipping card quiz, but it was far too long and so I’ve broken it up into smaller chunks of words. In this new version, you’ll only find types of books according to what the plot is about or the intentions behind it. Just look at each box,…… Continue reading C1/C2 Vocabulary for types of books
Last month I was reading Mark Kermode’s novel ‘How Does it Feel?’, which is a funny and interesing recount of his goal towards becoming a famous popstar. At a certain period of his life, the author enrols in a band that played skiffle, and I thought to myself ‘skiffle! What’s that?’ I hadn’t the slightest…… Continue reading C1-C2 Listening ‘How old-timey skiffle music liberated British rock