lunes, 8 de mayo de 2017

Something just like this - Coldplay & The Chainsmokers - Lesson Plan









bliss n(joy, happiness)felicidad nf
  dicha nf
  gozo nm
  éxtasis nm
 Ellen had never experienced bliss before she met her spouse.

Lesson Plan

isl collective 

Lilly Wood & The Prick and Robin Schulz - Prayer in C - Lesson Plan












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Lesson Plan

Despacito - Justin Bieber ft. Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee





come over vi phrasalinformal (pay a visit) (AR, coloquial)venirse, pasarse v prnl
 If you come over this evening we'll watch a movie together.
 Venite esta tarde y miramos juntos una película.
  (coloquial)dejarse caer loc verb
 Si te dejas caer esta tarde, miramos juntos una película.

tailor-made for [sth/sb] adjfigurative (perfectly suited) (figurado, coloquial)como anillo al dedo loc adj
 Jim has always loved trains, so his new job as a train driver is tailor-made for him.
 Tu idea me viene como anillo al dedo, es justo la solución que estaba buscando.

nibble vi(take small bites)mordisquear vtr




Project Based Learning (PBL)


 







     Project Based Learning is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging and complex question, problem, or challenge.(https://www.bie.org)

What types of strategies are involved?













lunes, 1 de mayo de 2017

James Arthur - Say you won't let go







   “Say You Won’t Let Go” is the first single from British singer-songwriter James Arthur’s second studio album, Back from the Edge. The song has peaked at No. 1 in several countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Sweden.
The song’s tender lyrics talk about falling in love with someone at first sight, and wanting to grow old with them. He talks about enjoying and loving her when she is young, and still wanting to be with her when she is old and grey, just as long as she “won’t let go.”
To show how serious he is about his love for her, he even expresses the desire to be with her after they both die.
Arthur said of this:
[It’s] about looking at the future and spending your life with someone, even after death.




Lesson Plan         2


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sábado, 29 de abril de 2017

Buy my Vitara - Parts of the car and Idioms Vocabulary






     Excelllent example to comment and have some speaking.For example about questions we can make before buying a used car.
Here you have some tips for discussion:





There are many important questions to ask before considering a used car:

1.  Is this the original paint?

2. Can I check the oil? Oil is an earmark for trouble with a used car. You could just ask if the owner has ever skipped an oil change, but it's best not to invite the seller to lie to you. 

3. Can you put this on the lift? This question applies to buying a car from a dealer. If you're mechanically inclined, getting a car on a lift is how you'll check for problems with the car like leaking fluids or rust.

4. Why are you selling it? This is a question that openly invites the seller to lie to you, and you should take it with a grain of salt when you're told a car was owned by an old lady mechanic who only drove to church on Sundays. Still, as many readers pointed out, putting the seller on the spot is a good way to recognize any deception on the part of the seller and will keep you mindful of potential problems.




5. Who was the previous owner?

6. Do you have the title in hand?

7. Can I take it for a test drive?

8. Can I see the maintenance history? Much as the seller can try and lie to you, lying through the maintenance history is a much tougher job. 

9. Can I take this to my mechanic? If a used car's seller won't let you get the car looked at, walk away. Getting the car checked out by an expert on the car is how you're going to find out what's really right or wrong with the thing.

10. Is the vehicle 4 Wheel Drive? if so does it work properly?

11. Are there any signs of smoking or pets?

12.  Do all the windows and locks work?

13. Do all of the lights, wipers and stereo work?




14. Do the turn signals and cruise control work?

15. How many keys and remotes are included with the car?

16. Does the car have a spare tire and jack?

17. Ask about rust perforation/ pitting/ rock chips. many cars in inclement areas suffer from this.

18. Does the vehicle leak any fluids such as oil, antifreeze or any other essential fluid?

19.  How about the tread on tires and wear on brakes?













Idioms related to driving in English: