Pearson Webinars (Christmas edition)

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It’s that time of year again! Exams are over, students and teachers alike are on their last legs and looking forward to the holidays. There’s only one thing for it: the Christmas lesson! But what’s that? Your students can make a Christmas card with their eyes closed and they know the words of Jingle Bells off by heart? It’s time to freshen up.

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Pearson Webinars (Christmas edition)

  1. 1. 'Twas the class before Christmas… Pearson Webinars for English Teachers December, 2016 1
  2. 2. What’s a mathematician's favourite Christmas snack?
  3. 3. What’s a mathematician's favourite Christmas snack? A mince pi!
  4. 4. What did Adam say the day before Christmas?
  5. 5. What did Adam say the day before Christmas? It’s Christmas, Eve!
  6. 6. What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus?
  7. 7. What do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus? Claustrophobic!
  8. 8. Contents 1 Christmas traditions 2 Merry Christmas: A 19th century concept 3 Using videos in ELT (I): It’s Christmas: Let’s eat 4 Using videos in ELT (II): It’s nearly Christmas 5 My Advent Calendar 6 Beyond Jingle Bells 8
  9. 9. 1. British / American Christmas Christmas traditions
  10. 10. British Father Christmas Santa Claus / Santa American Do you know any songs that include these terms?
  11. 11. American Lapland The North Pole British If you could pay a visit to Santa / Father Christmas in the North Pole / Lapland, what would you ask him?
  12. 12. British American Roast Turkey Roast Turkey / Ham / Beef Find the recipe, make a tutorial (how to make….), explain the ingredients, explain what you eat on Christmas day, etc. Mince Pies Christmas Cookies
  13. 13. 14 2. Find out what the following items / traditions are and decide whether it is a Br or Am tradition: a. Christmas pudding Mince Pie Fruit Cake b. Eggnog Brandy Wassail c. The Yule Log The R. Christmas M. Best Christmas Ads d. Christmas Crackers Boxing Day Tree Lightning
  14. 14. 15 Answers: a. Christmas pudding Mince Pie Fruit Cake b. Eggnog Brandy Wassail c. The Yule Log The R. Christmas M. Best Christmas Ads d. Christmas Crackers Boxing Day Tree Lightning
  15. 15. 16 3. Cooperative learning
  16. 16. 17 1. Traditionally, they contain a paper crown, a joke written on a slip of paper and a small gift. 1) Boxing Day 2) Christmas Crackers 3) The Royal Message
  17. 17. 18 1. Traditionally, they contain a paper crown, a joke written on a slip of paper and a small gift. 1) Boxing Day 2) Christmas Crackers 3) The Royal Message 2. You might find a coin in it. a) Fruit Cake b) Eggnog c) Christmas pudding
  18. 18. 19 1. Traditionally, they contain a paper crown, a joke written on a slip of paper and a small gift. 1) Boxing Day 2) Christmas Crackers 3) The Royal Message 2. You might find a coin in it. a) Fruit Cake b) Eggnog c) Christmas pudding 3. It’s broadcast at 3 pm on Christmas Day a) The Yule Log b) The Royal Christmas Message c) Competition for Best Christmas ads
  19. 19. 20 1. Traditionally, they contain a paper crown, a joke written on a slip of paper and a small gift. 1) Boxing Day 2) Christmas Crackers 3) The Royal Message 2. You might find a coin in it. a) Fruit Cake b) Eggnog c) Christmas pudding 3. It’s broadcast at 3 pm on Christmas Day a) The Yule Log b) The Royal Christmas Message c) Competition for Best Christmas ads
  20. 20. 21 1. Traditionally, they contain a paper crown, a joke written on a slip of paper and a small gift. 1) Boxing Day 2) Christmas Crackers 3) The Royal Message 2. You might find a coin in it. a) Fruit Cake b) Eggnog c) Christmas pudding 3. It’s broadcast at 3 pm on Christmas Day a) The Yule Log b) The Royal Christmas Message c) Competition for Best Christmas ads
  21. 21. Merry Christmas: A 19th century concept
  22. 22. 1. This is Mr Scrooge… What can you say about him? What is he like?
  23. 23. 2. Check your answers…. What is he like? Why? What does he do? Does he like Christmas?
  24. 24. 26 3. Mr Scrooge through his language & actions
  25. 25. a) Every sneeze is a penny lost b) Get rid of that cold c) Are you feeling ok? 1. What does Scrooge not say to Cratchit when he sneezes?
  26. 26. a) Every sneeze is a penny lost b) Get rid of that cold c) Are you feeling ok? 1. What does Scrooge not say to Cratchit when he sneezes?
  27. 27. a) Every sneeze is a penny lost b) Get rid of that cold c) Are you feeling ok? 1. What does Scrooge not say to Cratchit when he sneezes? Find words that describe a person like that
  28. 28. a) Every sneeze is a penny lost b) Get rid of that cold c) Are you feeling ok? 1. What does Scrooge not say to Cratchit when he sneezes? Find words that describe a person like that Mean, stingy, close-fisted, cheap, miserly, greedy
  29. 29. 31 2. How does Mr Scrooge reply when a man says “Merry Christmas” to him? “Every _____who goes about with Merry Christmas on his lips should be ______in his own _______and ______with a stake of ______through his heart.” Match the gaps and the pictures a) b) c) d) e)
  30. 30. 32 2. How does Mr Scrooge reply when a man says “Merry Christmas” to him? “Every e) idiot who goes about with Merry Christmas on his lips should be d) boiled in his own c) pudding and a) buried with a stake of b) holly through his heart.” Match the gaps and the pictures a) b) c) d) e)
  31. 31. 33 “Every idiot who goes about with Merry Christmas on his lips should be boiled in his own pudding and buried with a stake of holly through his heart.” How would you define someone like that?
  32. 32. 34 “Every idiot who goes about with Merry Christmas on his lips should be boiled in his own pudding and buried with a stake of holly through his heart.” How would you define someone like that? Harsh, cruel, evil, inhuman, cold-blooded, heartless
  33. 33. 35 3. Why does the man ask for more time to pay his mortgage? 4. Is the man given more time? 5. When is the mortgage due?
  34. 34. 36 3. Why does the man ask for more time to pay his mortgage? To pay for his wife’s funeral 4. Is the man given more time? No, he isn’t 5. When is the mortgage due? On Christmas day Answers
  35. 35. 37 4. Why does the man ask for more time to pay his mortgage? To pay for his wife’s funeral 5. Is the man given more time? No, he isn’t 6. When is the mortgage due? On Christmas day Answers How would you define a person like that? Merciless, ruthless, pitiless, unsympathetic, unkind
  36. 36. 4. Practice! Opposites and synonyms: a memory game (Personality adjectives)
  37. 37. How many did you get? stingy mean grumpy dishonest cruel kind impolite heartless
  38. 38. 5. From Villain to Hero So what do you think this story is telling us?
  39. 39. 41 OPTION A: Mr Scrooge doesn’t like Christmas and he wants to cancel them. Look back and find positive things that happened to you or the world in 2016. Send an audio note to Mr Scrooge and persuade him to keep Christmas. Prepare your positive year description, practice and record! 6. Post Task VoiceThread (PC, iOs, Android)
  40. 40. 42 http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/guides/zpr49j6/revision/2 Persuasive techniques
  41. 41. 43 OPTION B: Interview Mr Scrooge and find out why he hates Christmas / what made him change / what’s his life like now, etc. Use interviewing techniques (establishing rapport, etc.). Plan the most appropriate answers according to Mr Scrooge personality. Interview each other. What are the most creative Q & A? Funny Movie Maker (iOS) Face Fun (Android)
  42. 42. 44 OPTION C: Dubbing Do a voice over, using the expressions you learned from the clip or add new ones (in your own words). Try to keep Mr Scrooge’s spirit as much as possible. Pre-planning: Write your scripts while watching, pausing, rewatching Mr Scrooge’s video on mute. Note down how long you have to talk, if there’s a dialogue, etc. Practice & make the necessary changes Record! http://www.wikihow.com/Do-a-Voice-Over (PC)
  43. 43. 45 Can I do this activity at lower levels?
  44. 44. 46 • Scrooge through language and actions: Give the students the script beforehand and work with it before watching the clip • Synonyms / Antonyms game: use / allow more simple words • Post-task: Students use simpler language for persuasion (opinion—I think, I believe, imperatives—believe in Xmas!) / Send a written letter instead of audio; do video captioning instead of dubbing (amara.org)
  45. 45. 47
  46. 46. 48 Using videos in ELT (I)
  47. 47. 49 Do you know these brands?
  48. 48. 50 What do they all do in the run-up to Christmas?
  49. 49. 51 Make a Christmas advert!
  50. 50. 52 In Spain…
  51. 51. 53 Useful videos for ELT!
  52. 52. 54 Useful videos for ELT! • Short: can be watched repeatedly
  53. 53. 55 Useful videos for ELT! • Short: can be watched repeatedly • Hold the students’ attention
  54. 54. 56 Useful videos for ELT! • Short: can be watched repeatedly • Hold the students’ attention • Contain a complete narrative
  55. 55. 57 Useful videos for ELT! • Short: can be watched repeatedly • Hold the students’ attention • Contain a complete narrative • Familiar medium
  56. 56. 58 Useful videos for ELT! • Short: can be watched repeatedly • Hold the students’ attention • Contain a complete narrative • Familiar medium • Authentic
  57. 57. 59 Useful videos for ELT! • Short: can be watched repeatedly • Hold the students’ attention • Contain a complete narrative • Familiar medium • Authentic • Easy to follow
  58. 58. 60 ADVERT 1: It’s Christmas: Let’s eat
  59. 59. 61 PRE-WATCHING
  60. 60. 62 1. What do you normally eat and drink at Christmas?
  61. 61. 63 What food and drink can you see in these pictures? NB. Get students to use the language of speculation if they aren’t sure. eg. That could be / it might be / it must be / it can’t be a type of, etc.
  62. 62. 64 Answers Turkey Carrots Smoked salmon Sparkling wine / champagne Parsnips Prawns Roast potatoes Red cabbage Brussels sprouts Gravy
  63. 63. 65 2. Fill in the text with the words in the box to learn about a Christmas tradition in the UK On ______________, children in the ___________often leave out ___________ with ___________ or some similar drink for _____________, and a_________ for the _____________. UK reindeer carrot mince pies brandy Father Christmas Christmas Eve
  64. 64. 66 2. Fill in the text with the words in the box to learn about a Christmas tradition in the UK On ______________, children in the ___________often leave out ___________ with ___________ or some similar drink for _____________, and a_________ for the _____________. UK reindeer carrot mince pies brandy Father Christmas Christmas Eve Answer On Christmas Eve, children in the UK often leave out mince pies with brandy or some similar drink for Father Christmas, and a carrot for the reindeer. Glossary A mince pie: a sweet, fruit-based pie eaten at Christmas
  65. 65. 67 Have we seen a glass of brandy and a mince pie anywhere?
  66. 66. 68 Mince pie and brandy Have we seen a glass of brandy and a mince pie anywhere?
  67. 67. 69 3. Look at this carrot How does he feel? Why does he feel this way? What is he planning to do?
  68. 68. 70 WHILE-WATCHING
  69. 69. 1. with a twist
  70. 70. 1. with a twist • Work in pairs
  71. 71. 1. with a twist • Work in pairs • One student watches a segment from the video (on mute) and provides a running commentary to their parter who is facing the other way.
  72. 72. 1. with a twist • Work in pairs • One student watches a segment from the video (on mute) and provides a running commentary to their parter who is facing the other way. • They tell a lie.
  73. 73. 1. with a twist • Work in pairs • One student watches a segment from the video (on mute) and provides a running commentary to their parter who is facing the other way. • They tell a lie. • The partner then watches the same segment. Can they spot the lie?
  74. 74. 76 Let’s give it a go!
  75. 75. 77 Can I do this activity at lower levels?
  76. 76. 78 • Choose a section where the action changes more slowly (or put the video in slow motion!). • Allow the student who is speaking to see the section once prior to describing it. • Students do a summary as opposed to a running commentary. • Students have to say three true points and one lie: which was the lie?
  77. 77. 79 2. Order the action. Video still on mute A) The carrot has to escape from some falling potatoes B) The carrot sets a Christmas pudding (and his hair!) on fire C) The carrot sees a shooting star in the sky D) The carrot is flying, attached to the reindeer’s antlers E) The carrot jumps into the Christmas tree F) The carrot walks through mashed potato with butter G) The carrot sees some dying friends H) The carrot falls asleep next to the mince pie and brandy I) The carrot walks through some ice cubes J) The carrot knocks over a candle
  78. 78. 80 Answers 1. (C) The carrot sees a shooting star in the sky 2. (F) The carrot walks through mashed potato with butter 3. (G) The carrot sees some dying friends 4. (A) The carrot has to escape from some falling potatoes 5. (I) The carrot walks through some ice cubes 6. (J) The carrot knocks over a candle 7. (B) The carrot sets a Christmas pudding (and his hair!) on fire 8. (E) The carrot jumps into the Christmas tree 9. (H) The carrot falls asleep next to the mince pie and brandy 10. (D) The carrot is flying, attached to the reindeer’s antlers
  79. 79. 81 3. Watch with sound You are about to watch the video again, this time with sound. Look at the beginning of the audio script. Can you predict number 1) with context and number 2) using rhyme (with sky) and context? Twas the night before Christmas A carrot 1) ________ at the sky Thinking ‘I could meet Santa’ When he gets his 2) _____ ____
  80. 80. 82 4. Give students the transcript Twas the night before Christmas A carrot 1) ________ at the sky Thinking ‘I could meet Santa’ When he gets his 2) _____ ____ But a Christmassy spread Though a 3) ______ to us all Can be quite 4) _____ When you’re three 5)_______ tall Still, our carrot went forth On his dangerous 6) _______ And soldiered on bravely To the 7) ________ breast He finally arrived Though 8) ____________ methinks As he said to himself Just a 9) __________ 40 winks Then all of a sudden Young carrot 10) ________ Flying high over London or Glasgow or Stoke So the sleigh flew much faster That cold 11) _________ _____ Powered on by a carrot We like to 12) _________ What can students fill in from memory? Watch again to check
  81. 81. 83 The answers Twas the night before Christmas A carrot gazed at the sky Thinking ‘I could meet Santa’ When he gets his mince pie But a Christmassy spread Though a joy to us all Can be quite scary When you’re three inches tall Still, our carrot went forth On his dangerous quest And 7 soldiered on 8 bravely To the chimney breast He finally arrived Though exhausted methinks As he said to himself Just a 12 quick 13 40 winks Then all of a sudden Young carrot awoke Flying high over London or Glasgow or Stoke So the sleigh flew much faster That cold Christmas Eve Powered on by a carrot We like to believe
  82. 82. 84 5. Find the vocabulary Find a word or phrase which means (These are in order. To make the exercise more difficult, you could jumble them up). 1. Look at (in admiration or thought) 2. Father Christmas 3. A table full of food 4. happiness 5. Frightening 6. 7.62 cm 7. A long,difficult search or journey 8. Continued although it was difficult 9. Valiantly 10. Where you make a fire 11. Very tired 12. fast 13. A short nap 14. Happening without warning 15. Santa’s transportation Twas the night before Christmas A carrot gazed at the sky Thinking ‘I could meet Santa’ When he gets his mince pie But a Christmassy spread Though a joy to us all Can be quite scary When you’re three inches tall Still, our carrot went forth On his dangerous quest And 7 soldiered on 8 bravely To the chimney breast He finally arrived Though exhausted methinks As he said to himself Just a 12 quick 13 40 winks Then all of a sudden Young carrot awoke Flying high over London or Glasgow or Stoke So the sleigh flew much faster That cold Christmas Eve Powered on by a carrot We like to believe
  83. 83. 85 The answers Twas the night before Christmas A carrot 1) gazed at the sky Thinking ‘I could meet 2) Santa’ When he gets his mince pie But a Christmassy 3) spread Though a 4) joy to us all Can be quite 5) scary When you’re 6) three inches tall Still, our carrot went forth On his dangerous 7) quest And 8) soldiered on 9) bravely To the 10) chimney breast He finally arrived Though 11) exhausted methinks As he said to himself Just a 12) quick 13) 40 winks Then 14) all of a sudden Young carrot awoke Flying high over London or Glasgow or Stoke So the 15) sleigh flew much faster That cold Christmas Eve Powered on by a carrot We like to believe Find a word or phrase which means (These are in order. To make the exercise more difficult, you could jumble them up). (Answers in bold) 1. Look at (in admiration or thought) 2. Father Christmas 3. A table full of food 4. happiness 5. Frightening 6. 7.62 cm 7. A long,difficult search or journey 8. Continued although it was difficult 9. Valiantly 10. Where you make a fire 11. Very tired 12. fast 13. A short nap 14. Happening without warning 15. Santa’s transportation
  84. 84. 86 AFTER-WATCHING
  85. 85. 87 Label the three place names on the map with words from the advert (A,B,C). Which three countries can you see on the map (1,2,3)? A) B) C) 1) 2) 3) 1. A bit of geography
  86. 86. 88 Label the three place names on the map with words from the advert (A,B,C). Which three countries can you see on the map (1,2,3)? A) Glasgow B) Stoke C) London 1) Scotland 2) England 3) Wales 1. A bit of geography
  87. 87. 89 2. Questions for discussion • What is being advertised here? Is the advert effective? Why? • Which of the types of food you see in the video do you eat at Christmas? Do you think this Christmas dinner looks better or worse than your own? Why?
  88. 88. 90 3. Production • Retell the story from memory in the first person. • Write a Christmas story about a different type of food on the table. • You can invite five people to your Christmas meal. Who would you invite and why?
  89. 89. 91 4. YouTube Watch the video on YouTube with subtitles. How many mistakes can you find?
  90. 90. 92 Using videos in ELT (II)
  91. 91. 93 PRE-WATCHING
  92. 92. 94 1. Read these song lyrics: So please, please, please Let me, let me, let me Let me get what I want This time Get what I want this time
  93. 93. 95 1. Read these song lyrics: So please, please, please Let me, let me, let me Let me get what I want This time Get what I want this time What do you think the person in the song wants and why?
  94. 94. 96 2. Questions for discussion 1. When do you start to think about Christmas? 2. How can you tell that Christmas is getting closer? 3. What is it about the Christmas holidays that makes you most excited and why? 4. What Christmas present do you want to receive this Christmas and why? 5. What is the best Christmas present you have ever been given and why?
  95. 95. 97 3. Look at this little boy. How does he feel? Why does he feel this way?
  96. 96. 98 WHILE-WATCHING
  97. 97. 99 1. Let’s watch!
  98. 98. 100 Tick the things you saw in the video. An advent calendar Mince pies A Christmas tree A turkey Snow A snowman Fairy lights Father Christmas A herd of reindeer Christmas presents A stocking Wrapping paper Ribbons Tick the three costumes we see being worn in the video A shepherd Father Christmas An elf A magician A polar bear A gruffalo To check this, we watch again and the learners tell the teacher to pause the video every time they think they have seen one of the items. 2. Watch again
  99. 99. 101 The answers Tick the three costumes we see being worn in the video A shepherd (34) Father Christmas An elf A magician (35) A polar bear A gruffalo (24) Tick the things you saw in the video. An advent calendar (04) Mince pies A Christmas tree (49) A turkey Snow (44) A snowman Fairy lights (52) Father Christmas (1:01) A herd of reindeer Christmas presents (1:11) A stocking (1:11) Wrapping paper (1:11) Ribbons (1:11)
  100. 100. 102 3. Comprehension questions. True or false. Correct the false sentences so they are true 1. The little boy passes the time by throwing a ball at a wall 2. His little brother is drawing in his bedroom 3. The little boy tries to speed up time with a magic wand 4. His dad is reading a magazine in the living room 5. The first thing he does when he wakes up on Christmas morning is to open his presents
  101. 101. 103 The Answers 1. The little boy passes the time by throwing a ball at a wall (T) 2. His little brother is drawing in his bedroom (F) (suggested correction) His little brother is drawing in the kitchen 3. The little boy tries to speed up time with a magic wand (T) 4. His dad is reading a magazine in the living room (F) (suggested correction) His dad is reading a newspaper in the living room 5. The first thing he does when he wakes up on Christmas morning is to open his presents (F) (suggested correction) The first thing he does when he wakes up on Christmas morning is to give a Christmas present to his parents
  102. 102. 104 AFTER-WATCHING
  103. 103. 105 • How does the video make you feel? Why? • Did you like the advert? Why? • Is the advert effective? Why? • Why might the video not be appropriate for young children? • What is the first thing you do when you wake up on Christmas morning? • What was the best received present you ever bought? Who was it for? Why was the person so happy to get it? • Do you prefer giving or receiving Christmas presents? Why? 1. Questions for discussion
  104. 104. 106 • Students find something old at home and that they want to throw away. They bring it to class. • Get half of the class describe what they’ve got, without saying what it is, persuading the other half to pick their gift. • The other half will have to make a decision and pick one gift, according to their classmates’ discourse. • If more than one person wants the same gift, they will have to agree who’s getting it. • If any of the gifts is left out, the person “selling” that gift will have to find new ways to talk into their classmates. 2. Secret Santa
  105. 105. 107 My advent calendar 1. What is an Advent Calendar?
  106. 106. 108 2. Create your own Advent Calendar Upload personal or online content appropriate to the season: videos, songs, pictures (people, objects, places), jokes, tutorials, games, puzzles, quotes, poems. Include one word / phrase that describes an emotion or idea to that day.
  107. 107. 109 3. Share and comment! In pairs, you have 3 min to talk about your calendars. SA: What’s on December 7th? SB: (opens that day) I had this Xmas song stuck in my head (plays the song). SA: What is it about? Why do you like this song? Do you know the lyrics by heart? … Find another person and a new conversation will start. BYOD
  108. 108. 110 4. What have you learned from others? Get in groups and explain what you’ve seen in your classmates’ calendars, what you’ve learned from them / about Christmas, which calendar you liked the most, etc.
  109. 109. 111 How to create a digital Advent Calendar • Go to https://tuerchen.com/ and click on “Design your calendar now”. (No registration needed) • Copy the url and confirm that you are using it for non-commercial purposes. • Start uploading content! • Share it!
  110. 110. 112 Pearson Advent Calendar: Check it out! http://pearsonadventcalendar.com/
  111. 111. Beyond Jingle Bells 113 A Christmas Rap
  112. 112. 114 1. Popular Christmas raps • Focus on the different beats • Which one do you like most and why? “Christmas in Harlem”, Kanye West (2010) “Christmas in Hollis”, Run DMC (1987) “Ludacrismas”, Ludacris (2007) “Santa Baby”, Snoop Dogg (2007)
  113. 113. 115 “Santa Baby”, Puff Daddy, Snoop Dogg, Mase, etc. Can you spot any Christmas words?
  114. 114. 116 2. What are the rhyming words? It was December 24 on Hollis after the dark My man Santa saw a rabbi and gave the strangest remark He said that giving was his living and I had to take part So I grabbed a bag of goodies and I hopped up on his cart I laced the pockets of the poor and gave the hoodie a play Dropped some dollars up on Hollis and I went on my way …
  115. 115. 117 2. What are the rhyming words? It was December 24 on Hollis after the dark My man Santa saw a rabbi and gave the strangest remark He said that giving was his living and I had to take part So I grabbed a bag of goodies and I hopped up on his cart I laced the pockets of the poor and gave the hoodie a play Dropped some dollars up on Hollis and I went on my way …
  116. 116. 118 2. What are the rhyming words? It was December 24 on Hollis after the dark My man Santa saw a rabbi and gave the strangest remark He said that giving was his living and I had to take part So I grabbed a bag of goodies and I hopped up on his cart I laced the pockets of the poor and gave the hoodie a play Dropped some dollars up on Hollis and I went on my way … Can you find other rhyming words for each couplet? It was December 24 on Hollis after the dark I was meeting all my friends. I wanted to see Mark. He said that giving was his living and I had to take part So I had an idea for giving, so I ran to the food mart.
  117. 117. 119 3. Now your turn! • Brainstorm Christmas vocabulary https://padlet.com/
  118. 118. 120 • In pairs, choose 10 random words from the brainstorming activity • Write a sentence including one of those words at the end. Then, write a rhyming couplet. Example: “Angel” Last Christmas I saw an Angel The dude was hungry, he ate a bagel • Do the same with all of your words. • Try to come up with a catchy chorus. Remember the theme is Christmas! Useful Websites Rhyming http://www.rhymezone.com/?loc=bar Pronunciation (text-to-speech): www.ivona.com
  119. 119. • Listen to the rap beat. Can you add your lyrics? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZQtS6WPZuE Each person will have to rap 5 rhyming couplets. • Edit, practice, learn and record! 121
  120. 120. • Listen to the rap beat. Can you add your lyrics? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZQtS6WPZuE Each person will have to rap 5 rhyming couplets. • Edit, practice, learn and record! 122 • Post your song in the class blog, padlet, etc. • Listen, comment and vote!
  121. 121. 123 Can I do this activity at lower levels / different age group?
  122. 122. 124 • Rap: Use a different type of music that your students might like (blues, rock, etc.) • Rhyming: Do a pre-rhyming exercise to help students with sounds
  123. 123. 125 Thank you and Merry Christmas!
  124. 124. Brian Engquist Michael Brand Elena Merino Pearson: https://www.english.com/ Blog: http://eltlearningjourneys.com/ Pearson Advent Calendar: http://pearsonadventcalendar.com/
  125. 125. http://eltlearningjourneys.com/
  126. 126. 128http://pearsonadventcalendar.com/

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