Watch clips from Alice in Wonderland and Willow, and describe the fantasy world of each film.
Watch video clips from the two fantasy films and answer questions about the heroes and the villains in the films.
Listen to the melody 'Lame Sonore' performed on the musical saw, and describe it with words.
Come up with words beginning with the first letter of each planet and win the Star Game.
Four weeks until Christmas! Are you going on Christmas vacation? Get ready to pack with prepositions!
'To do' in the past tense is not a big problem. Get hold of it here.
Practise two sketches and write one yourselves with 'to have' in the present tense.
Come up with the coolest moves to your favourite song and teach your classmates.
Think of a famous person and have a teammate guess who it is within 20 questions.
Read and work with an adapted version of the classic science fiction novel 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
Dive into the many fashion styles of the 1900s, and do a tailor/customer role-play.
Learn about what the 66 days on board the Mayflower were like.
After learning so much about baseball, perhaps it is time for you to do a 7th inning stretch?
Can these things tell you the future like the alethiometer can?
Write an e-mail to your friend to tell him or her about a day at the Highland Games.
Describe the picture of the terrifying dog and imagine the story behind the picture.
Prepare your Halloween costume. Draw it and describe it.
Give a high-five for being a good friend, and become an expert on adjectives and nouns.
Read the beginning of a Halloween story, and write an ending for the story.
Write a letter to Mr Ripley, and design an envelope that stands out from the rest!
Create your own magic story by inserting one of the magical words.
Imagine that you are a racer in the Iditarod. Write a journal entry from a day on the trail.
Match English idioms with explanations of their meaning.
Walk around in class and find a classmate with either a question or an answer which fits your own question or answer.
Create your own itinerary for a school trip to Scotland.
Read a Christmas story, and use pictures to help you retell the main story.
Watch the video 'Aqua' and find ways to use water.
Create a real Aboriginal dot painting and find a story to go with your painting.
Watch and learn about a video on Aboriginal traditions.
Throw a ball around class and conjugate adjectives in the comparative and superlative form.
Go searching for adjectives at your school.
Read chapters one and two of Adventures of Robin Hood, and answer questions about the text with your team.
Which adverb goes with which adjective? Play 'Find Your Match' and find out.
Ready to learn many new adverbs and verbs? Act out adverbs and verbs and have your classmates guess them.
Play the Adverb Game, and put the words in the right order.
What advice would you give a person in need? Work with young people's problems and give them your best advice.
Form an advice panel that will solve issues of sibling rivalry.
Learn about the indigenous people of Alaska and tell a partner about what you have read.
Learn about a typical school day in Britain, and compare it to your own school day.
Search for Christmas words, listen to a song and write about Christmas.
Talk to your classmates and practise useful gambits in short conversations.
Make a video about Danish schools and a typical school day. Imagine that you are going to show the video to a new American classmate.
What is it like for a child to live in London? Find out in Abigail, Brandon and Abbas' letters to an alien. Write your own letter to an alien and talk about your city.
Gather inspiration, and write a short story. Help each other improve your drafts by using sentence linkers and adjectives.
Find out how people in Anchorage speak and use the new words in a role-play.
Find words in a word search and practise your Anchorage vocabulary.
Watch famous Oscar speeches, and create your own speech.
Look into some of the coolest, scariest and strangest Australian animals, and create a PowToon presentation about one of them.
Listen to the guide tell you about the animals at the Tower of London.
Learn about the amazing wildlife around Anchorage and give a presentation about an animal.
Write questions with the helping verb ‘do’ and turn them into a game of Question Jumble.
See if you can solve the riddles.
Watch the video from Aqua World and hear some Australian kids come up with great ideas for saving water. Can you think of other ways?
Listen to Marc talk about how he became a fanfic writer. Interview each other about fan fiction.
Work with an ASK:REPLY video, and create your own.
Listen to a conversation, learn new words and sort them into categories.
Turn your classroom into a bustling Indian market place and buy and sell your fruits, vegetables and spices.
Research Aussie celebrities, and present your favourite person to your group.
Write and perform a role-play and include as much Aussie slang as possible.
Find out how to speak real Aussie slang and create a guide to Australian slang.
Watch and work with the prizewinning commercial 'Back to the Start'.
Make your own recipe for how to make the perfect friendship.
Hit the school kitchen, and bake your own delicious scones.
Play a game of Banana Gun, and work with words from the text.
Let your creativity run wild and create your own animated film.
Listen to the song 'Mercy' by Duffy. Work with specific words and discuss the topic of the song.
What can you do to be a good sport? Work with different scenarios about sportsmanship and act out your own role-plays.
What would you do or buy if you were a rich sports star? Share your thoughts.
Get innovative! Brainstorm on great ideas, and create your own new invention.
Can you tell if a person is a first born, a middle child or has no siblings? Read about birth order here.
Listen for specific information in a video about Black Friday, and write either an article or a diary.
How would Robin Hood and his Merry Men dress to survive in the Sherwood Forest? Recreate their costumes here.
The day after Christmas Day, the 26th of December, is called Boxing Day. Want to know more?
Ready to become real b-boys and b-girls? Follow the easy steps in the video to learn some breakdancing moves.
Act like a real reporter and create your own breaking news.
Learn about the similarities and differences between British and American Christmas traditions, and have a discussion as Brits vs. Americans.
Have fun with British jokes and games.
Learn basic words that have to do with school in Great Britain.
Create a video in which you take a stand against bullying.
Are you hungry for burgers? Hit the burger joint! Create your own menu, and learn how to order food in English.
Learn to sing some real campfire songs.
Read a text, and have a discussion about mixed friendships.
Design your own yummy – or yucky – candy.
Imagine that your are making a capsule with important things from Earth to send out into space. What would you put into this capsule?
Learn about the painting 'Death of Captain James Cook', and help Captain Cook complete his log.
Do you like to sing? Here is your chance to show your classmates that you have the X-mas factor.
Catch the ball and practise the plural and singular form of nouns.
Throw the ball to your classmates and come up with sentences in the present perfect tense.
Throw the ball to your classmates and create sentences about the eight planets.
Play ball and learn new sci-fi words and phrases at the same time.
Sit in the 'hot seat' and guess a celebrity.
Watch and work with an Australian environment project for kids.
Check what you know about concrete and abstract nouns.
Follow a recipe to make a yummy and scary Halloween treat.
Try to make sweet potato bread the traditional way – as the Cherokees made it themselves. Be careful not to burn your fingers!
Watch a video to learn about the closest human relatives, chimpanzees.
Describe each of the main characters from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and see if your classmates can guess who you are describing.
Learn more about famous people and fun facts about them. Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus are famous people. Do you know other famous people?
Play a game of Christmas Bells Bingo.
Do you like Christmas cards? Make your own Christmas card and wish your teacher, a classmate or your mum and dad a merry Christmas.
Listen to some funny English Christmas jokes and try your best jokes on your classmates.
Act like a real news reporter, and create your own speak for the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting.
What is your wildest Christmas wish? Listen to Kylie and Ruben's crazy Christmas wishes, and tell your classmates what your wishes are.
Write your own cinquain poem. (50 minutter i 5.-6. Klasse).
Look for adjectives and find the noun it describes.
Perform a reader's theatre of the famous story 'City Mouse and Country Mouse'.
What are your class records? Find out who has the biggest feet and the longest hair in this activity.
What is CO2 and what is climate change? Find out in the video.
Imagine that you are reporters going to cover a story about the UFOs. Create your news for either radio or television and get behind the story.
Solve the family mystery and practise the genitive as you go along.
Create your own collage and let your classmate find the story in your picture.
Create a collage with words and sentences and present it in class.
Practice your vocabulary, and talk about what you see in the different photos.
Search the Internet for Welsh dishes, create an invitation for a dinner party and invite your friends over.
How would you react if you were a parent? Take the parents' point of view and discuss how you would make your child follow the rules.
Where should you go in Australia? Throw the dice and get ready for an exciting cross country trip in Australia.
Make up the craziest extreme sport and present it in class.
Listen to, work with and sing the cool rap 'Recycle Bin'.
Spend a day at the famous Pike Place Market and take part in a shopping role-play.
Practise giving useful advice about problems with friends, and write your own agony column.
Read and listen to December dreams, and write about your own dreams in December.
If you could choose, where would you like to create street art, and what would you create?
Listen to Derick from the USA talk about his favourite kinds of sport.
Watch the beautiful animated film Descendants and talk about what the film is really about.
Describe your drawing with adjectives and have your classmate find out where the adjectives belong.
Describe a picture of Nessie in English.
Work with examples of street art and talk about what they mean.
Find a picture of a rapper and describe it to your teammate. Can your teammate draw a picture from your description?
What is the difference between the 's genitive and the of genitive? Work together and come up with sentences with both forms.
Work with different types of renewable energy and present them to each other.
You have been invited for dinner at the Johnsons'. What will happen?
Listen to a conversation from a restaurant, and act out a restaurant role-play in class.
Come up with your own fun recipe and use the food quantifiers.
Research and learn about the dinosaurs, and teach each other about them using Animoto.
Research an area of London and create a guided tour.
Get ready to read about New Zealand, and test your knowledge.
Create the best recipe and have your classmates – and teacher – lose their appetites.
Try the fun game with the difficult name and have fun with your classmates.
Play the game, and guess the famous people.
Change a text from singular to plural, and describe what consequences it has for nouns, pronouns, verbs, and other word classes.
Listen to instructions, and draw some of the most common prepositions.
Play 'Draw and Guess' and practise the genitive 's construction.
Practise following directions and learn to draw the Statue of Liberty.
Design your dream vacation, and present it to your classmates.
Do you think you can turn up at the palace in jeans and a t-shirt? Well, think again. Get some useful tips on how people used to dress when they visited the palace.
Listen to British, American and Australian accents, and find the differences.
Robin Hood has been caught by King John's soldiers. Come up with an escape plan and set him free.
Create and perform a role-play that tells the story of Excalibur and the Lady of the Lake.
Play tourists and locals to practise using gambits and having conversations in English.
Make a presentation and a task. Teach each other about the word classes.
Use your reading strategies when reading, answer questions, and test your knowledge about the USA.
Find your favourite quotes about family and present them in groups.
Do your mom and dad have special roles in the family? Work with family roles here.
Ask and answer questions about a family tree to practise the 's genitive.
Create and present your family tree.
Write a diary as if you were famous for a day.
Read about Ruth Ellis – a murderer who became famous.
Learn about foods that are popular in the Big Apple.
Write a fan letter to your favourite music idol.
Practise new words and describe fantasy characters.
It is time for you to create your own hero or villain. You decide what character you want to create. It can be a boy or a girl, a troll or even a talking goldfish.
Work with the text 'Fantasy' to learn more about the fantasy genre.
Write a fashion blog post, and present it to some of your classmates.
Research on fashion designers, and write a biography of a real or fictional designer.
See how fashion has changed over the last 100 years, read about fashion items, and create new ideas for future fashion items.
Imagine that you are a fashion designer planning a fashion show. Invite your classmates and talk about fashion shows.
Work with different methods to understand a Christmas story. Sum up the story by writing a note for your local newspaper.
Make gapped sentences for your classmates to fill in, and practise 'to be' in the past tense.
See if you can spot the differences in the two pictures and practise 'to be'.
Do your classmates like fantasy stories? Ask them and find out.
Ask and answer your classmates' questions about 'to have'.
How did the five ghosts become zero? Find out and practise reading the poem about the five ghosts aloud.
Listen to your senses and write a five senses poem.
Work with relevant words from the film Frankenweenie, and get ready to watch and work with clips from the film, which is about an undead dog and his friend.
What other words do you think of when you hear the word 'friend'? What is a good friend like, and what do you do with a good friend?
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