3V Engels

3V: 16-3 t/m 20-3
- Verschil less en fewer
- Verschil formele/informele e-mail
- Leesvaardigheid oefenen
- Bestuderen woordjes U4 (deze vind je op pagina 2+3 van dit document)

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3V: 16-3 t/m 20-3
- Verschil less en fewer
- Verschil formele/informele e-mail
- Leesvaardigheid oefenen
- Bestuderen woordjes U4 (deze vind je op pagina 2+3 van dit document)

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American
high schools

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What can you remember about what we have discussed about American high schools during our lessons so far?
American high schools
During the last few weeks we have discussed American highschools. In the following video the differences between school in the USA and UK are discussed. 

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2

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02:33
What do colleges expect of students before they apply?

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08:29
Are Americans allowed to choose all their subjects themselves?
A
Yes, they have complete freedom to choose subjects.
B
Yes, but they have to choose maths.
C
No, they can't choose any subjects.
D
No they aren't, they can only choose 2 subjects freely.

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Write down at least three differences between our school and an American high school:

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Less or fewer
In the previous video you saw Stannis Baratheon (from Game of Thrones) correct his friend.
Less enemies for us!
Fewer enemies for us!

 Here is why -->

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The Netherlands has ... students within the age of 12-18 than the USA.
A
less
B
fewer

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There are ... cars in the parking lot.
A
less
B
fewer

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She has ... patience than the other teacher.
A
less
B
fewer

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In the Netherlands ... money is spent on education than on the military.
A
less
B
fewer

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si3UxMkKLcA

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00:00
If you need a bit more information on this topic have a look at this video.

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On page 192 you can read two different e-mails:

Open your book on p. 192
What are the differences between these two e-mails?
Je zou kunnen zeggen dat de formele e-mail zakelijker en afstandelijker is dan de informele mail. Het is volledig afhankeijk van de situatie waarin je een mail moet schrijven welke het meest geschikt is. 

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Formal vs. informal
Which form are you going to use in the following occasions:
- A letter to a close friend.
- A letter to a distant relative. 
- A letter to the headmaster of a school.

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 p.196-197
1. Read the tweet on these two pages. 
2. Answer the questions on p.195

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Write a letter to your principal p. 204
Imagine you're allowed to make a few suggestions about things you would like to change in school.  Focus on things you would like to change considering facilities.

Write a letter using the structures on p. 202.
The complete exercise is on p.204. 

Complete the checklist after you have finished!


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Remember to study the vocabulary list of U4
Use memrise, wrts or your own method.

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READING PRACTICE 
Click on the + icon to open the text. 
Then answer the questions on the next slide.
LA skaters: an interview
Monica and Carl are teenagers from Los Angeles in the United States. They both love skateboarding and spend a lot of their free time on their boards. Read this interview with them and find out more about their passion for skateboarding.
Who invented skateboarding?
Monica: Nobody knows who the first skateboarder was or who made the first boards, but we know that skateboarding started in California in the 1950s. There were lots of surfers who wanted something to do when it wasn’t windy and the ocean was calm, so they invented the skateboard and it was called “land surfing” in the beginning.
Carl: The first skateboards were pieces of wood with roller skate wheels that people made at home. When skateboarding became popular, they started making skateboards in factories.
Where can you go skateboarding?
Carl: You can go skateboarding in public places like parks, pavements and city squares. Some skateboarders like “freestyle” skateboarding, which is going fast along pavements or bicycle lanes. Other skateboarders like doing jumps and tricks on benches, stairs or railings. It’s great fun, but you have to watch out for other people too.
Monica: There are also lots of skate parks where you can skate on ramps. Lots of cities have skate parks now. The good thing about them is that you can practise jumps without disturbing anyone, and of course, you meet other skaters at a skate park too.
When did you start skateboarding?
Monica: I started skateboarding when I was thirteen. When I was younger, I used to go rollerskating a lot with my friends. Then one of my friends got a skateboard and she let me try it. I fell off several times but I loved it from day one. A couple of weeks later, I got my first skateboard. I haven’t given up rollerskating, I still go sometimes.
Carl: I live in the city and there’s a skate park near my house. I used to go to the park and watch the skateboarders, then my dad gave me a skateboard for my eleventh birthday in July and I spent the summer skateboarding. I loved the sense of freedom and speed. I used to ride my bike a lot, but I never go on it now.
Monica, is skateboarding an unusual sport for girls?
Monica: It’s more popular with boys than girls, but there are lots of girl skateboarders too. It’s a sport for everyone. There are lots of people in their thirties and forties who started skateboarding as teenagers and are still doing it today.
Is skateboarding dangerous?
Carl: We all fall off our boards a lot and sometimes you can hurt yourself, but most injuries are small things like cuts and bruises. Obviously, it’s a good idea to wear protective clothing like a helmet and it’s important to protect your hands and wrists too. Wrists are the part of the body that you’re most likely to injure when skateboarding as you put out your hands to protect yourself when you fall. I always wear wristguards when I skate.
Are there skateboarding competitions?
Monica: Yes, there are. They usually take place in skate parks and judges give skaters points for their jumps and tricks. In the United States and Europe, some skaters are professional and make a living taking part in skating competitions.
Carl: There was a campaign to get skateboarding included in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro but unfortunately it wasn’t successful. But who knows? Skateboarding might be in the 2020 games!
Tell me about “Go Skateboarding Day”.
Monica: “Go Skateboarding Day” started in 2004 when skateboarders in the United States decided it would be good to have a day that celebrates skateboarding. It takes place on the 21st of June every year. You can check it out online. It’s a day when there are events for skateboarders like competitions, parties, barbecues or people just go out and skate with their friends.
What about fashion? Is there a skater look?
Carl: Fashions change, but at the moment, the fashion is for skaters to wear tight jeans or black trousers and a hooded top, T-shirt or check shirt. Baseball caps and woollen hats called beanies are popular too.
Monica: A lot of skateboarders, both boys and girls, have long hair too. But really skaters can wear what they want. For me, love of the sport is more important than someone’s clothes.
What’s a long board?
Monica: A long board is another type of skateboard, but it’s longer and it’s got bigger wheels. Standard skateboards are usually about 70 to 80 centimetres long, but long boards are 90 to 120 centimetres long. Long boards aren’t so good for jumps and tricks, but they are good for going fast along pavements.
Carl: Here’s an interesting fact about long boards. In 2006, a skateboarder went across Australia from Perth to Brisbane on a long board. That’s 5,850 kilometres!

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Carl
Monica
has given up cycling
started skateboarding after trying a friend’s board.
combines skateboarding with another sport.
l wears protective clothing when skateboarding.
thinks skateboarding is more important than fashion.

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Surfers invented skateboarding because they wanted something to do when
A
the sun went down.
B
the ocean was flat.
C
the ocean was cold.

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Skateboarders ... fall of their boards.
A
never
B
rarely
C
sometimes
D
frequently

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The most vulnerable part of a skateboarder's body is their:
A
knees
B
elbows
C
wrists
D
feet

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Skateboarding ... be in the olympic games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
A
might
B
will
C
won't

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'Go skateboarding day' is a
A
monthly
B
yearly
C
biannual

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Long boards have got
A
more
B
fewer
C
larger
D
smaller

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Remember to:
- Study vocabulary list unit 4
- Study grammar: less and fewer
- Recap: past simple/past continuous

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3V: 23-3 t/m 27-3
- Herhaling past simple vs. pastcontinuous
- Formele brief schrijven aan rector
- Luistervaardigheid oefenen
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Maak opdracht 1, 2 en 3 op pagina 203
Als je meer wilt oefenen met past simple en/of past continuous klik dan op het + teken. 

Om te oefenen met onregelmatige werkwoorden klik je op het sterretje.

https://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/past-simple-past-continuous-exercise-1.html 
https://www.macmillandictionary.com/verb_wheel/

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Last Stop Unit 4
Use all grammatical items of unit 4 and the vocabulary list to complete the last task of this unit: 
p. 206-207

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Listening practice
1. Read the questions before you start the fragment. 
You can find the worksheet by pressing the + sign.
2. Answer question 1 + 2 while listening.
You can start the fragment by pressing this sign:

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3V: 30-3 t/m 3-4
- Start U5 (doorwerken tot p. 225)
- Verschil countable/uncountable
- Quantifiers
- Leesvaardigheid oefenen

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Open your book on p. 212
This unit is all about food! Let's get started.
Do ex.  1+2+3+4
You can find the video you'll need for ex. 4 on the next slide.

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Countable and uncountable nouns

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Open your book on p.256 
Read through the information on quantifiers. After you have read this, have a look at this video.

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10:49
Op de volgende slide vind je een link naar een site waar je nog meer kun oefenen met much/many/some/any etc.

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On page 224+225 you can practise with some/any/much many.

It is important to know which nouns (zelfstandige naamwoorden) are countable and uncountable. 

Have a look at a few (food-related) examples right here. -->

 


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On the next slide you will find a link to a text and questions to practise with reading comprehension. 

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