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In deze les zitten 15 slides, met interactieve quizzen en tekstslides.

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Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Both, Either, Neither

Slide 2 - Woordweb

In this riddle you must assort the information given in order to find out who goes fishing.

There are 5 houses of 5 different colours: blue, green, red, white, yellow
In each house lives a person of a different nationality: American, Australian, British, Canadian, Irish
Each of the 5 house-owners has a certain job: carpenter, lawyer, pilot, plumber, waiter
Each of the 5 house-owners has a certain hobby: chess, fishing, football, sailing, tennis
Each of the 5 house-owners has a certain pet: cat, dog, goldfish, hamster, horse

None of them have the same pet, job or hobby!  

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

Other facts   

  1. The Irishman lives in the green house. 
  2. The red house is on the immediate left of the white house. 
  3. The person in the red house is a pilot. 
  4. The American plays chess. 
  5. The Canadian is a waiter. 
  6. The person with the horse lives next to the one who plays tennis. 
  7. The person who goes sailing lives next to the one with the cat. 
  8. The person with the goldfish plays football. 
  9. The person in the blue house has a cat. 
  10. The British has a hamster. 
  11. The Australian lives next to the yellow house. 
  12. The person with the horse has a neighbour who is a plumber. 
  13. The person in the center house is a lawyer. 
  14. The Australian lives in the first house. 
  15. The dog owner is a carpenter. 

Who goes fishing?
  1. The American 
  2. The Australian 
  3. The British 
  4. The Canadian 
  5. The Irishman 


Slide 4 - Tekstslide

SMS language
What is SMS language?
How does it help texting?
What are the origins of it?
Do you know any acronyms or shortenings?

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

0 - nothing
2 - two, to, too
2DAY - today
A - a / an
B - be
B4 - before
BC - because
BF - boyfriend
BK - back
BRO - brother
BT - but
BTW - by the way
C - see
D8 - date
DNR - dinner

EZ - easy
F8 - fate
GF - girlfriend
GR8 - great
HOLS - holidays
HV - have
I - I, it
Its - it is
L8 - late
L8R - later
M8 - mate
NE1 - anyone
PLS - please
PS - parents
QT - cutie
R - are
SIS - sister
U - you
WR - were
A3 - anyplace, anytime, anywhere
ASAP - as soon as possible
B4N - Bye for now
BAU - business as usual
BRB - I'll be right back.
BTW - by the way
CUL - see you later
CWOT - complete waste of time
FTF - face to face
FYI - for your information
GMTA - great minds think alike
HAND - have a nice day
HRU - how are you
ICBW - it could be worse
IDTS - I don't think so
IMHO - in my humble opinion

Slide 6 - Tekstslide

IYKWIM - if you know what I mean
JK - just kidding
KOTC - kiss on the cheek
LOL - laughing out loud
LSKOL - long slow kiss on the lips
LTNS - long time no see
Luv U - I love you.
Luv U2 - I love you too.
MON - the middle of nowhere
MTE - my thoughts exactly
MU - I miss you.
MUSM - I miss you so much.
NP - no problem
OIC - oh, I see
PC&QT - peace and quiet
PCM - please call me
ROTFL - rolling on the floor laughing
RUOK - are you ok?
THNQ - thank you
THX - thanks

U4E - you forever
UROK - you are okay
WUCIWUG - what you see is what you get
XLNT - exellent

Slide 7 - Tekstslide

How good is your SMS English? Try to read the text below.
  • My smmr hols wr CWOT.  
  • B4, we usd 2 go 2 NY 2C my bro, his GF & thr 3 :-@ kds FTF.  
  • ILNY, its gr8.  
  • Bt my Ps wr so {:-/ BC o 9/11 tht they dcdd 2 stay in SCO & spnd 2wks up N. 
  • Up N, WUCIWUG - 0. 
  • I ws vvv brd in MON.  
  • 0 bt baas & ^^^^^.  
  • AAR8, my Ps wr :-) - they sd ICBW, & tht they wr ha-p 4 the pc&qt...  
  • IDTS!!  
  • I wntd 2 go hm ASAP, 2C my M8s again. 
  • 2day, I cam bk 2 skool. 
  • I feel v O:-) BC I hv dn all my hm wrk. 
  • Now its BAU ...  

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

Match the terms with the images by dragging the yellow boxes!

Slide 9 - Tekstslide


Slide 10 - Sleepvraag

Complete the sentences with the missing phrases in the correct form. You can also learn the new terms by the definition on the next slide.

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

to hibernate – to sleep through the winter months (also used metaphorically)

black ice – a very thin coating of ice found on roads and sidewalks that is difficult to see, and therefore quite dangerous
wind chill – when the wind makes the air temperature feel colder
to bundle/wrap up – to dress in warm clothes. A bundle is a tightly wrapped package, so bundling up is like wrapping yourself in warm clothes or blankets like a package!
to be snowed in - When it snows a lot, the snow can pile up high outside your house, so you can't open the door.
a cold snap – a sudden short period of very cold weather. Think of snapping your fingers: quick, short and sudden.
to come down with - to get sick or catch a cold.

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

Mark: We're having a _____________ in Seoul this week.
Jake: Yeah, I know, I'm freezing my butt off! I just want to __________ until spring comes!
Mark: I think it'll go down to -18C tonight so remember to __________ if you go out.
Jake: Wow, with the _________, it'll feel like -23C! I hope I won't catch my death!
Mark: I know! I think I'm ___________ something – don't come too close to me!
Jake: At least it hasn't snowed... there's no danger of __________.
Mark: True, but you have to be careful of __________.

black ice
cold snap
bundle up
wind chill
being snowed in
coming down with

Slide 13 - Sleepvraag

1. Do you ever really hope that it snows?
2. What do you think it would be like to have snow drifts 3 metres high come to your town?
3. Do you think weather patterns are changing? If so, why do you think this is?
4. Do you like snowy or sunny weather?
5. Do you think weather affects the way people feel?
6. How can extreme weather conditions affect the economy and social life in countries?
7. What are your earliest memories of snow?
8. Has your region or country ever experienced a weather-related disaster like a serious storm? What happened and how much damage was caused? 

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