COLOURS AND NUMBERS


NUMBERS:

Listen to them 
and let's practise: 123456789101112

COLORS:

Let's listen to their pronunciation here
and then some activities: 1234567
and a couple of songs:
 "Colors" by Kira Willey:



Listen and then complete the lyrics here.
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A OR AN

Try to fill the gaps with: A or An.



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DAYS AND ITEMS

Hi, 1st ESO!

 Let's see some vocabulary.

1) Days and months: Hangman

2) School and office items:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13


Choose "Classroom" and play games with this vocabulary:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and "Fast Hands":

SONGS

I AM A PIZZA


WE ARE BY KEKE PALMER LYRICS FROM ICE AGE 4 MOVIE




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WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL 1º ESO


Let's take a look at some useful Classroom vocabulary



Classroom Vocabulary:

- A List. Do you understand all the phrases?


Classroom Objects and Practice 1 and 2.
 


MAYFLOWER

On 16 September 1620, the Mayflower sailed from Plymouth, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. On board were 102 men, women and children and a small crew, a large group of whom were Puritans (who become known as the Pilgrim Fathers). Their hope was to reach the New World, where they could have religious freedom, and continue using their native language, culture, and customs. After 65 grueling days they dropped anchor off Cape Cod on 21st November, before landing on the coast of Massachusetts on 21st December 1620 at a spot now called Plymouth Rock, where they established their own government.

Why did the passengers feel they needed to leave England?

On the death of Queen Elizabeth 1st, James 1st became king and adopted a moderate Protestant faith as the one true religion for England and Scotland, all other religions were discouraged or barred.

Why are the Pilgrim Fathers important?

The Pilgrim Fathers were the first permanent European settlers in America and therefore are often said to be the founders of the United States.