ON HOLIDAY (B1.1)

WHEN YOU HEAR THE WORD  “HOLIDAY”, WHAT ENGLISH WORDS CROSS YOUR MIND?

HELP ME MAKE A LIST. new-purple-animation(GO OVER  HOLIDAY VOCABULARY ON PAGE 238)

NOW HAVE A LOOK AT THE PHOTO BELOW TAKEN ON MY LAST SUMMER HOLIDAY

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I´D LIKE YOU TO FIND OUT AS MUCH INFORMATION AS POSSIBLE  ABOUT THIS MEMORABLE HOLIDAY, SO POST YOUR QUESTION

REMEMBER YOU CAN USE SOUNDCLOUD FOR THIS

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  • YOU JUST HAVE TO GRAB YOUR PHONE
  • GO TO mentimeter.com
  • ENTER THE CODE TO VOTE (your teacher will give you the code number)
  • WRITE A QUESTION TO GET TO KNOW YOUR CLASSMATES
  • IT WILL BE DISPLAYED ON THE BOARD IN A MATTER OF SECONDS

 

Posted on November 17, 2020, in UNCATEGORIZED. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. The “real” Madonna, I love it 😻, and I absolutely agree with her “we need a holiday”!!! 😺
    Missing your classes 🙌🏻

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  2. Missing you, as well!!

    Like

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