Monday, 31 October 2016

TED:ed: 'At what moment are you dead?'



 For as far back as we can trace our existence, humans have been fascinated with death and resurrection. But is resurrection really possible? And what is the actual difference between a living creature and a dead body anyway? Randall Hayes delves into the scientific theories that seek to answer these age-old questions.

Watch the video and answer the questions.

Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Quiz: which Hunger Games character are you?



Find out which Hunger Games character you most resemble – may the odds ever be in your favour (that you get your favourite character)! Before you start, make sure you’ve read about the language of the Hunger Games, and 8 words you need to know to survive The Hunger Games.
Are you selfless like Peeta? A survivor like Katniss? Are you superficial like Effie or a show off like Finnick? As cray as Johanna, or as calculating as President Snow?

Find out in our quiz clicking on the image!

Via Oxford Dictionary Blog


Monday, 17 October 2016

Alyssa Carson has Big Dreams



Remember to include my teacher's code: begonals

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Games: Word Frog





Word Frog is a language arts game that provides practice in matching antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms. The target word appears on the frog, with the word category underneath defining the relationship to be matched.

Silent Letters



Silent letters can be tricky, and they’re one of the reasons that English is hard to learn. Our video shows you some of the most common words with silent letters, including knowknee,gnatsolemn, and subtle.
Browse the list below for more examples of words with silent letters:


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