Top Notch Fundamentals / Pop song – what do you do?

Top Notch Pop Lyrics

What Do You Do?
(CHORU S)
What do you do?
What do you do?
I’m a student.
You’re a teacher.
She’s a doctor.
He’s a nurse.
What about you ?
What do you do?
I’m a florist.
You’ re a gardener.
He’s a waiter.
She’s a chef.
Do-do-do-do. ..
That’s what we do.
It’s nice to meet you .
What’s your name?
Can you spell that, please?
Than k you .
Yes, it’s nice to meet you , too.
(CHORUS)
We are artists and musicians,
architects, and electricians.
How about you?
What do you do?
We are bankers,
we are dentists,
engineers, and flight attendants.
Do-do-do-do.. .
That’s what we do.
Hi, I’m Linda. Are you John?
No, he’s right over there.
Excuse me. Thank you very much .
Good-bye.
Do-do-do-do.. .
Do-do-do-do.. .
Do-do-do-do. . .
Do-do-do-do.. .

BOOK CLUB: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho / From page 11-18.


READING CLUB.
For those who wish to participate, to read & discuss as a group, please read Pages 11-18 in The Alchemist, it is found here –>

www.shipk12.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Paulo_Coelho_-_The_Alchemist.pdf

After you have read these pages, please answer the following questions;

1- King Mechizedek tells the boy that when we are children, “everything is clear and everything is possible,” but as time passes mysterious forces convince us to abandon our dreams. Do you think this is true? What are the “mysterious forces” that threaten to hold us back as we grow older?

2- The King also tells the boy that when you really desire something “all the universe conspires to help you find it.” And he explains the principle of “favorability,” or beginner’s luck. From whom does Santiago receive help on his journey? Have you ever benefited from beginner’s luck?

3- Why do you think Melchizedek tells Santiago about the life of the baker? What point is he trying to get across to Santiago?

Please reply to this post and share:

1- One or more questions you have after reading from page 11-18 (discussion questions or comprehension questions)
2- Two or more phrases or sentences that you especially liked or want to talk about from page 11-18 [Choose them for whatever reason you wish!]
3- Three or more words or collocations you learned, or that you think others might find helpful to review/learn/understand (from page 11-18)

NOTE: This book group event is listed at GMT+2 hours (Egypt time).

To join the class, please be sure I have you on my Skype contact list PRIOR to class.
My Skype ID is: Roaming70

You can join our discussion on LEWWWP

Please leave a comment and ask questions related to The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho from page 11-18. Also share and follow us on social sites below.

BOOK CLUB: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is every Thursday/ From page 7-11.

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

For those who wish to participate, to read & discuss as a group, please read Pages 7-11 in The Alchemist found here –>

http://www.shipk12.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Paulo_Coelho_-_The_Alchemist.pdf

After you have read these pages, please answer the following questions;

1- What is the significance of Santiago becoming a shepherd rather than a priest, as his parents had hoped? Why has he made this choice? What does being a shepherd allow him to do?

2- Why is it important that Santiago dreams of a child who tells him of his treasure in this particular setting?

3- King Mechizedek tells the boy that when we are children, “everything is clear and everything is possible,” but as time passes mysterious forces convince us to abandon our dreams (p. 9). Do you think this is true? What are the
“mysterious forces” that threaten to hold us back as we grow older?

[All Book Club: The Alchemist classes are listed at GMT+2]

To join the class, please be sure I have you on my Skype contact list PRIOR to class. My Skype ID is: Roaming70

You can join our discussion on LEWWWP 

Please leave a comment and ask questions related to The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho from page 7-11. Also share and follow us on social site.

Book Club: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho is every Thursday/ From page 1-6.


READING CLUB.

BOOK CLUB

For those who wish to participate, to read & discuss as a group, please read Pages 1-6.

The Alchemist in PDF file, it is found here –>

[http://bit.ly/1IAyhJc]

The Audiobook, it is found here –>

[http://bit.ly/1JOHZhN]

After you have read these pages, please answer the following questions;

1- Who is Santiago? What does he do for a living? Why did he choose to do this?
2- How did Santiago learn to read?
3- On Page 6, Santiago thinks: “It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting”. Can you give an example?
4- Why did Santiago visit an old woman for?
5- What does the old woman say the difference between the language of God and the language of the soul?

Please reply and share at least one question, at least three vocabulary words/phrases, and your favourite sentence or paragraph from Pages 1-6.

I’ll add mine after at least three other participants respond, okay?

NOTE: This book group event is listed here at GMT+2 hours (Egypt time).

To join the class, please be sure I have you on my Skype contact list PRIOR to class.

My Skype ID is: Roaming70

You can join our discussion on LEWWWP


Please leave a comment and ask questions related to The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho from page 1-6. Also, share and follow us on social sites below.

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Real Life Elementary Episode 3.

Episode 3:

In this episode, the whole family goes to a café. They
discuss what they are going to order but Jon finds it
difficult to choose what to eat. When the waiter comes to
take the order, Jon is finally able to make a decision. Dave
appears and is invited to join them but he has a previous
arrangement with friends. Anna’s attitude to Dave again
gives Mark the opportunity to make fun of her.

Functional language

Scenes 1, 2 and 3 Offering and ordering food and
drink; asking and saying prices

Before you watch

Elicit what happened in the previous episode. Ask
students how often they eat out. Where do they go?
What are their favourite cafés or restaurants?

Vocabulary to be pre-taught or checked

Choice hurry up a slice of smoothie sir/madam

Extra questions

Scene 1

What kinds of food are healthy?

Scene 2

What would you order?

Scene 3

What kinds of food do you think are ‘yummy’?

Speakout Starter Podcast/ Life.

OPPOSITES ATTRACT By Charles E.J. Moulton

OPPOSITES ATTRACT By Charles E.J. Moulton.

Real Life Elementary Episode 1.

Episode 1:

In this episode, we are introduced to the Benton family.
They are getting ready to go on holiday to Cornwall. We
see them get in the car, check they have got everything
and then head off to Cornwall. When they get there,
they set up their tents at the campsite and we learn
that the children, Mark and Anna, are not sharing a tent
with their parents, Sally and John. Finally, while Mark and
Anna are unpacking, Dave, the surfing instructor, comes
over and introduces himself, much to Anna’s delight and Mark’s amusement.

Functional language:

Scene 3 Meeting and greeting.

Before you watch

Start by doing the interactive multiple-choice activity.
Students will see pictures of the main characters on the screen. Ask students to watch the introductory sequence and be ready to name the characters. When the pictures of the main characters appear again, at the end of the introductory sequence, invite answers and click the blanks to see the correct answers. You could also use this opportunity to elicit the relationships between each character. For the remaining interactive questions, follow the same procedure: show the question, watch the section and then vote for the right answer.

Vocabulary to be pre-taught or checked

Credit card, bridge, tent, campsite, to camp manager.

Extra questions

Scene 1

Describe what each character looks like.

Scene 2

Does a camping holiday look fun?

Scene 3

What things do you take on holiday?

Real Life Elementary Episode 2.

Episode 2:

In this episode, Anna and Mark are meeting John and
Sally in town to go to the cinema. Unfortunately, Anna
and Mark don’t know how to get there. They ask Dave
for directions and borrow a map from him. After some
trouble on the way, they eventually arrive in town but
are still unable to find the cinema, even though they are
standing right in front of it!

Functional language

Scenes 1, 2 and 3 Asking for and giving directions

Before you watch

Elicit the names of the characters and the relationships
between them. Ask students where the Benton family is
on holiday and what kind of holiday it is.

Vocabulary to be pre-taught or checked

Borrow & path

Extra questions:

Scene 1

What colour are the surfboards in Dave’s shop?

Scene 2

Is it a long way from the campsite to town?

Scene 3

When you meet friends in town, what do you do?