English as a Second Language: Listening Homework study schedule

10ESL Listening and Skills: Homework study schedule   Week 1: Spellings and Definitions practice Listen and answer the following pre-intermediate questions. Screenshot the marks and email them to Ms. Schwartz on completion: https://www.esl-lounge.com/student/listening/2L2-dianas-new-job.php Complete the following exercise on conditionals or ‘If clauses’: https://www.grammarbank.com/support-files/if-wish-clauses-ac.pdf   Week 2: Spellings and Definitions practice Watch and apply key vocabulary... Continue Reading →

English Second Language: Extreme Sports

10ESL Extreme Sports: Home study schedule   Week 1: Spellings and Definitions practice Watch and apply key vocabulary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5NcYL3MnCw&list=PLwaLIaLu8wcy2QoGxwp1jygaPioAkGd04&index=5&t=0s   Week 2: Spellings and Definitions practice Watch Vocabulary lesson ready for class quiz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CDO32us1dk&list=PLwaLIaLu8wcy2QoGxwp1jygaPioAkGd04&index=2   Week 3: Spellings and Definitions practice Create a two minute presentation about an extreme sport that you would like to... Continue Reading →

World Book Day: What we are planning

World Book Day is an exciting time of year, when teachers have settled comfortably into the routine of the year and new classes but before the pressure ramps up with summer exams. It is an opportunity to let your creativity out and let your bookishness reign. Our school included in their calendar this year a... Continue Reading →

Exemplar Essay: How does Dickens present Pip’s characterisation throughout ‘Great Expectations’?

Initially, Pip is depicted as the most vulnerable, timid and wildly imaginative characters in the serialized Bildungsroman ‘Great Expectations’. The analytical retrospective narrative of young “childish” p.4 Pip from that of his older, experienced self, offers a unique perspective into his emotions as well as acting as a quasi-autobiographical parallel to Dickens’ own experiences. Written... Continue Reading →

Great Expectations: Tier 2 Vocabulary

Tier 2 Vocabulary to support the teaching and learning of Great Expectations to English Language Learners. Arabic translations included to support ESL and EAL students. Divided into groups of ten for weekly spelling and revision. This coincides with the Great Expectations Knowledge Organiser and the vocabulary therein.   Vocabulary Translation Definition 1 Conflict نزاع A... Continue Reading →

Edexcel Non-Fiction: Tier 2 Vocabulary

Important vocabulary for approaching the Edexcel iGCSE Non-Fiction unit. Arabic translations included for English Language Learners     Vocabulary Translation Definition 1 Climax ذروة The point where tension and drama is at its highest in an extract 2 Exposition معرض Detailed description (of a setting) at the beginning of a narrative 3 Memoir مذكرات A... Continue Reading →

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