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  1. Jack the Apprentice: At the garage

    The assignment suggests 3 step activities focused on oral and written communication (basic skills)

    Tatjana Berg - 18.02.2014 12:58

  2. English for Teens by British Council

    The link provides texts at different levels, video clips, listening activities, grammar and vocabulary exercises, tips for improving different basic skills and much more.

    The link has a selection of worksheets and downloads.

    Tatjana Berg - 03.12.2013 21:02

  3. Backlog Analysis for English (Students)

    Backlog Analysis for English (Students): Learn English online - free exercises, explanations, games, teaching materials and plenty of information on English language.

    Tatjana Berg - 07.01.2014 18:25

  4. Child Labour in the Past: written communication (writing in FYR)

    The activity targets basic skills: writing, listening, speaking and IT literacy.

    Pupils use laptops with headphones to collect some materials from the Internet.  Afterwards the findings are discussed in small groups or pairs.

    The materials from the Internet should help write a letter (Written communication)

    Pupils change their identity by stepping into the shoes of a child from Victorian Britain and write a letter to a friend. The worksheet has  some questions to help pupils to write a successful letter.

    Tatjana Berg - 10.11.2014 18:58

  5. Writing in FYR: Compare and Contrast Two Characters in books or films.

    Foto: Corbis/NTB Scanpix
    Lisens: CC-by-sa
    Kilde: ndla.no

     

    Pupils practise basic skills: reading, writing, speaking. The aim of the activity is to prepare pupils for writing a 5 paragraph text.

    Step 1

    Pupils fill in tables comparing two characters: their appearance, actions, motivations,background,personality, relationships, conflicts, and changes.

    Step 2

    Tatjana Berg - 16.10.2014 14:53

  6. Safety Comes First. IT Technician / Apprentice at Work

    The task has 3 stages.

    IT starts with learning some vocabulary, then moves on practising phrases and writing down a short text on safety at work, and, at last, asks students to give each other instructions on safety (orally)

    Students train basic skills, mainly writing and speaking.

    Laptop

    Tatjana Berg - 27.08.2015 13:17