Write an article about the '60s.
Answer questions about the '60s with a partner.
Read and analyse the short story 'Country Lovers' by Nadine Gordimer.
Write a summary of Taylor Swift's 'Love Story' and compare the song to the story Romeo and Juliet.
Work together to fill in the correct form of 'to be' in different sentences.
Read the classic Christmas poem ''Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
A training session that will teach you the difference between countable and uncountable nouns.
You can practise 'much' versus 'many' and how to use quantifiers in this activity.
If you already know the difference between countable and uncountable nouns, you can practise 'some' versus 'any' in this activity.
Read and write negative and positive film reviews.
Watch the clip 'Skateboard Chase' from Back to the Future. The clip reveals how 1985 fashion meets 1955 fashion and lifestyle. Find elements in the clip that are representative of each period.
Try to guess a famous person asking questions with 'to do'.
Gain knowledge about the 4th of July and use it for a 'walk and talk' and an interview. Present your interview in GoAnimate.
Present different types of renewable energy in groups of four and create fill-in-the-gap exercises for each other.
Experience 9/11 up close and personal. Research the attacks from a personal angle and tell a classmate about your experiences from that fateful day in New York.
Read a chapter from the novel The Eighties: A Bitchen Time to Be a Teenager! Take turns explaining difficult words, and write a short summary of the chapter.
Read a chapter from The Eighties: A Bitchen Time to Be a Teenager! and talk about the use of slang in the text.
Watch 'A Brief History of the United States' from the film Bowling for Columbine and create a cut-out animation about the history of Denmark.
Listen to the classic story 'A Christmas Carol'.
Create a detective profile for a successful film noir. Talk about what the detective should look like and how he should talk and act.
Work as a group to research education in different countries. Then, present your findings in a student carousel.
Imagine that you have all the money in the world. What would your dream team look like?
Write an article about a specific drug and create a class publication about drugs.
What makes a good classmate? In groups, take turns telling each other why each of you is a good classmate.
Write a healthy meal plan for one day inspired by the tips of the NHS. Also write an unhealthy meal plan for one day.
Listen to the song 'Hero' by Mariah Carey and write a verse for the song.
When tragic events happen, they call for heroic acts. Describe a heroic act in writing.
Help a vampire set up a holiday itinerary.
Write a letter complaining about a product you bought after watching a commercial. Swap letter with one of your classmates and write a response from the creator of the advertising campaign.
With vampires and humans coexisting, what would society be like? Create a set of laws and regulations for a peaceful union.
Put together a theatre play based on your favourite Greek myth.
Form sentences using food quantifiers. Be creative when choosing food items and add adjectives to the sentences. Use the sentences to describe an imaginary dinner party you have just been to.
Create a sustainable burger in groups and collect the class' recipies in a cookbook.
Put together a three-course meal consisting of classic Scottish delicacies.
Discuss why sports clubs are often important in local communities.
Fairy tales end well, right? Not for the villains, though. Retell a fairy tale from the villain's point of view.
Read an extract from Gulliver's Travels and talk about what you know about Gulliver, Lilliput and the Lilliputians.
Fill out a table about you and your family, and use the words to create an acrostic poem with your own name as the vertical word.
Play in groups with a set of adjective and noun cards. Choose the noun or pronoun that is best described by the adjective on the table.
Write adjectives to fit different categories, and compete to see who knows the most adjectives.
Complete a table with missing adjectives. Make one mistake on purpose, and let your teammate spot it.
Create an adverb chain. Take turns adding an adverb to a sentence.
Play in two teams against each other, and act out adverb cards and verb cards put together.
Compete to learn as many adverbs from different categories as you possibly can.
Watch the video 'Adverbs and Adjectives' and write sentences which contain both an adjective and an adverb.
Advertise random products in groups. Buy the products from each other and try to earn as much as possible.
Watch the music video 'Ain't No Grave' and talk about why the song was chosen for Django Unchained. Find another song by Johnny Cash which you think might fit the Western genre.
Discuss your view of terrorist attacks like 7/7 and 9/11 and what you think of the security measures taken to avoid future attacks.
Read an extract from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Write down and practise difficult words from the text.
Create a travel blog inspired by the hit TV show The Amazing Race.
American football can be physically hard for the body and some players have been known to suffer from long lasting injuries. Discuss American football and safety in this activity.
Focus on important words about the Amish lifestyle. Explain the words in your group, and use them to write a short text called 'A Day Without Electricity'.
Conduct Internet research to find out about the Amish lifestyle, and talk about the positives and negatives of being Amish.
Read about Amy Winehouse and the 27 Club, and answer questions about the text. Find keywords and use them in a different context.
Talk about what an accomplished woman is. Draw an accomplished woman from the 18th century. Think about how women dressed and wore their hair.
Read, watch and perform the poem 'An Apple a Day is Not Enough' by Taylor Mali.
Put on those gloves and learn about life in the Arctic Circle. Then, write a fictional diary entry to show your understanding.
Pliny the Younger has given us an account of his uncle’s attempt to rescue the victims of Vesuvius’ eruption.
Watch a video of the Hindenburg crash and listen to a radio reporter giving an eyewitness account.
Turn the poem 'The White Rabbit's Verses' into a conversation. Find rabbits and background in the Lil'Petz template.
Participate in a discussion about the video 'Anorexia's Living Face', and practise writing focused interview questions.
Discuss different characters from film, TV and fiction and determine whether they are heroes, villains or anti-heroes.
Write an article about a significant event during apartheid in South Africa.
Read the laws of apartheid, and write down five things that black people were not allowed to do according to the laws.
Get ready to practise the use of apostrophes! The idea is for you to watch and summarise a video tutorial on apostrophes, and then to show off your skills.
Read an article about communication between teens and their parents. Discuss the article and work with modal verbs.
Look at different types of street art and discuss whether you think it is art or vandalism.
Read an extract about King Arthur, analyse Arthur's dream and discuss what you think it means. Publish your interpretation on Blogger.
Pretend you're a journalist in 1997 and that you are to write an article on this breaking news story of Dolly the Sheep.
A training session that will get you started on using the correct articles.
Become an article expert with this training session.
If you already know about articles, you can practise what you know in this activity.
Listen to audio tapes from the terror attacks and write an essay about public transport.
Learn more about the animals in Australia Zoo, and discuss the ethics of keeping animals in captivity.
Watch a video about a Banksy exhibition. Talk about what Banksy wants to express with each of the pieces from the video.
Watch a clip about the young student activist Barbara Johns.
Study different baseball expressions.
Some pictures capture several reactions at once and this has become very useful when people want to create memes.
Discuss the meaning of different slogans and quotes, and find your favourite.
Talk about how breakdance battles and other activities can keep kids out of trouble.
How do you help someone who doesn't want your help? Listen to the stories of two teens struggling with drug addiction, and talk about the topic in class.
Try to comment on a rugby game with as much passion as a professional sports commentator.
Watch a video about the Tudors and the Tower of London and talk about the information you get from the clip.
Read an article about a boy named Jason. Formulate, ask, and answer each other's questions about the article.
Do research on the internet, and answer questions about being healthy.
Research the main characters from Beverly Hills 90210 on the Internet. Write each of their names on Post-its and put one on your forehead. Try to guess the name written on your Post-it.
Watch and read the story about the birth of Ganesh. Draw Ganesh with another head and retell the story to fit the drawing.
Do you know what Black Friday is all about? If not, find out more while practising your listening skills.
Explore different types of banter between Americans and Canadians, and write your own humorous guide to Denmark.
Decorate a body with symbols, and talk about what the symbols express.
Read about the impact Bollywood has on Indian culture and discuss whether Western culture is influenced by Bollywood as well.
Learn simple Bollywood dance moves.
Have a look at some Bollywood posters and use your imagination to write a plot for a Bollywood movie.
Kick start your vocabulary on gun violence before watching the film 'Bowling for Columbine'. Afterwards, take part in a group discussion about school shootings.
Watch a PSA from 1961 about homosexuals, and talk about the view the film represents.
Discuss product placement in Bond films and what they do to the Bond image and brand.
Try out different games to check how many corporate logos and brand slogans you remember.
Watch how to do breakdance moves and try to copy the steps.
Watch video clips and read an article about being Amish in New York. Analyse the article and discuss the young people's choices.
Read up on social netiquette. Create blog posts and Facebook updates that break the rules, and explain what the problems are.
Listen to breakup songs, find out what category they belong to, and analyse them.
Read about the dos and don'ts of breaking up with someone, and compare with tips shared in a video clip.
Learn about the four phases of Brexit, and talk about the timeline for the UK leaving the EU.
Find out about portmanteaus and abbreviations in order to understand why the UK leaving the EU is called Brexit.
Find 16 nouns and 16 adjectives from an extract from Gulliver's Travels. Use the adjectives to describe the nouns in meaningful sentences.
Make your own travel guide leaflet about the land of giants and write different headlines about places to visit on the island.
Learn about the consequences of bullying and what can be done to prevent it. Make a short anti-bullying lecture and present it in class.
Discuss the types of bullying and stereotypes presented in the video 'Losers'. Create a bullying survey at your school.
Develop materials that will help promote street basketball.
Find out what the differences are between Danish and American campaign videos.
Look at pictures related to the Troubles and write a story inspired by what you see.
Use different reading strategies and work with the rhetoric of a political speech.
Read about real-life superheroes and discuss what you think about them.
Listen to four people arguing their beliefs on the death penalty and continue the debate.
Use the reading strategy ‘skimming’ to understand the main content of two articles.
Talk about what you think it would be like to walk across one of Northern Ireland's top sights: the Carrick-a-Reede Rope Bridge.
Practise the plural and singular form of the noun by throwing a ball to each other and saying either the singular or plural form aloud.
Throw a ball to each other and say an irregular verb when you catch the ball. The same verb must not be said twice.
Read about the top causes of World War I. Discuss each cause and how important it was in setting off World War I.
Read and follow instructions on how to do the ceilidh.
Each student researches a celebrity and pretends to be that person in an interview.
Come up with a fictive event for an Aboriginal ceremony and write an invitation for your classmates.
Watch clips about Elizabeth I and write down what characterises her. Discuss how you think Elizabeth was as a person: Was she arrogant, kind, scared, happy, sad etc?
Write and perform a role-play based on the short story 'Charles'.
Work on recognising and using uncountable nouns.
Read a monologue from the film 'Trainspotting', and talk about the main character Renton's feelings and motivations.
Find out what you know about the topic, and take a closer look at the text.
How quickly can you guess the Christmas films?
Find the other half of your Christmas riddle.
Look for words in a word puzzle.
Solve a Christmas crossword puzzle.
Circle the adjectives in a list of sentences, and underline the noun it describes.
Take an authentic Australian dictation test from the 1920s and compare it to modern citizenship tests.
Research events from the Civil Rights Movement and do a presentation about one of the events.
Explore one of the main themes of the iconic Western The Searchers: The American Civil War.
Divide the class into different castes, who work with the text "Caste System"
Watch video clips from an experiment on racism and share your opinion on the experiment and discrimination in general.
Agree on a set of rules and have a poetry slam in class.
Read the scary story Click-clack the Rattlebag and write your own scary bedtime story.
Choose a topic from the interactive Climate Time Machine and discover the possible consequences of global warming.
Investigate the CO₂ emissions from Denmark, UK, the US, and India. Imagine that you are a politician from one of the countries and discuss what each of you should do to reduce CO₂ emissions.
Analyse the shape poem 'Colors of Love, Strewn across the Sky' and write your own poem inspired by it.
Find a picture that says something about racial segregation in the USA and analyse it.
Choose between different tasks, and write approximately 300 words about coming out and being gay.
A comma can be a tricky little thing to place. Learn how to use commas correctly by means of a video tutorial and an interactive quiz.
Forgetting commas can lead to confusion. Discuss a couple of examples.
Work with different grammar rules in this exercise.
Work with different comma rules in this exercise.
Place commas correctly in numbers and dates.
Practise speed reading to quickly find out the similarities and differences between New York City and Los Angeles.
Compare information on four different dinosaurs to find out which one was the smarter, the bigger and the faster.
Study a list of difficult words before watching a short documentary about competitive gaming. Check how many of the words you remember after watching the film.
Read an article about the disputes between gun opponents and gun supporters. Write a group summary and receive feedback from your classmates.
Read the story 'Consciously Aware', and write a continuation of the story.
The internet is the perfect place for conspiracy theories. Learn more about what they are and how they spread.
There are many ways to avoid getting pregnant. How about chewing some wild carrot seeds?
If you are not used to working with contractions, you can start with this activity.
Develop your discussion skills and get ready to research and discuss controversial school topics in class.
Choose a recipe and cook the dish. Learn a bit of grammar by rewriting the recipe.
Got 'the munchies'? Watch a video on internet cookies, and explain what they are and how they are used. Then, create a poster on the topic.
Create your own TV programme about British food.
Read about coordinate and cumulative adjectives and learn the difference.
Make your own cornbread, which was a common food for slaves in America.
Discuss different topics using different conversation gambits, paraphrasing strategies and synonyms.
Watch a clip from MythBusters and come up with ideas for how to survive the Titanic disaster.
The news is filled with reports on COVID-19. Listen to one of these reports, and try to extract the most important information.
Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of online advertising and create an Internet advertisement in the form of a banner.
Listen to didgeridoos playing and create your own didgeridoo while listening.
Follow instructions and create traditional Aboriginal art.
Listen to instructions and create a dreamcatcher.
Create a new reality show for TV3 Denmark. Plan the show, film the pilot, and present it in class.
Learn how to create a Banksy inspired stencil.
Read an extract from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and draw your own version of a wonderland. Remember that it is a fantasy world, not a paradise.
Brainstorm on blog genres, and choose a genre for your own blog. Write a blog post and comment on your classmates' blogs.
Go for a walk and talk about your vision for an organic farm. Go back to the classroom and create a presentation or poster of your farm.
Create a comic strip to explain a natural phenomenon through your own creation myth.
Make a Cape Town crossword puzzle using words from the text.
Learn about Maori traditions and discuss their portrayal in the media.
Have a closer look at the Amish lifestyle. Discuss the benefits and disadvantages of modern technology and compare Amish and Danish lifestyles.
Read about cyberbullying and expand your vocabulary.
Compare Hindu and Indian wedding rituals to Danish wedding rituals.
Write a response to Darcy's apologetic letter to Elizabeth.
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