Ms. B’s CE1 Group — For 16 December 2019

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Here is the last homework for the year!

HOMEWORK CONTEST
Here are this week’s results:
CE1 — 100% (58% correct format)
CE2 — 89% (89% correct format)
CM —  88% (64% correct format)
Congratulations to my CE1 group, this week’s winners again!!! 🏆 #TeamEffort

BEAR

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Please order our book for December: Thumbelina. There will be a comprehension test when we get back on the 6th of January.

PREPARATION

Write these words from our song « Twelve Days of Christmas » onto the purple homework notebookWrite them three times following the format we discussed in class:

For Monday, 16 December 2019

Ordinal Numbers

  1.  first
  2.  second
  3.  third
  4.  fourth
  5.  fifth
  6.  sixth
  7.  seventh
  8.  eight
  9.  ninth
  10.  tenth

B. eleventh/twelfth

SAY AND DO

Sing along with this video of  « Twelve Days of Christmas ».

Lastly, read the poem below out loud. Be ready to draw what happens to the snowball!

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Thank you,

Ms. B

 

 

Mr Carey’s CE1 group – for 16th December

Dear Students,

It’s Christmas time so to get into the spirit of things, this week please learn the following Christmas song by heart. The words are below as well as a video link so you can sing-along! Pay attention to the adjectives under-lined also!

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Had a very shiny nose
And if you ever saw it
You would even say it glows
All of the other reindeer
Used to laugh and call him names
They never let poor Rudolph
Join in any reindeer games
Then one foggy Christmas Eve
Santa came to say
« Rudolph, with your nose so bright
Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight? »
Then how the reindeer loved him
As they shouted out with glee
« Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
You’ll go down in history »
Here is a video link of the song:
Thanks,
Mr Carey

Mrs T’s CE1 Group – for 16 December 2019

 

Dear Students,                             Fairy tale about a rabbit and a snowball Stock Vector - 13181122

This week we’re going to memorize a poem about a snowman and a hungry bunny rabbit. I look forward to listening to your recitations.

We are also going to read a poem about a little pine tree. The little pine tree hopes it will grow up and become a beautiful Christmas tree.

CE1 Homework 10 – December 16, 2019

Happy memorizing,

Mrs T

Ms. B’s CE1 Group — For 9 December 2019

Dear Parents and Students,

Thank you everyone for participating in our White Winter Wonderland Sing-a-long!

HOMEWORK CONTEST
Here are this week’s results:
CE1 — 86% (50% correct format)
CE2 — 80% (63% correct format)
CM —  78% (71% correct format)
Congratulations to my CE1 group, this week’s winners!!! 🏆 #TeamEffort

PREPARATION and TEST 
Write these words from Unit 4 onto the purple homework notebookWrite them three times following the format we discussed in class:

For Monday, 9 December 2019

Spelling Test #5

  1.  jacket
  2.  shorts
  3.  sneakers
  4.  T-shirt
  5.  hat
  6.  pants/trousers
  7.  boots
  8.  sweater/jumper
  9.  coat

B. clothes

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BEAR

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Please order our book for December: Thumbelina. There will be a comprehension test when we get back on the 6th of January.

 

 

SAY AND DO
Continue preparing for our field trip to see « Snow White’s Hollywood Follies » on December 6 by practicing reading these dialogues out loud. (Click here for the dialogues.)

Thank you,
Ms. B

BEAR Reminder – for 3 December

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Dear Students,

A BIG thank you to those who have finished the November BEAR book. Well done and keep up the excellent work. There will be a short comprehension test next week on Tuesday, 3 December.

Dear Parents,

We’ve had interesting lessons talking about the characters, setting and plot of the fiction stories; or discussing the various facts of the non-fiction books. It is rewarding to see the children excited about sharing their ideas and opinions. We’ve had some stimulating discussions. Thank you for your continued support of the BEAR Programme. 

THE ENGLISH TEAM