Archive for ‘Songs’

December 15, 2009

Today’s lesson

by teachy

Heya!
How are you doing? Today I’d like to practise some listening exercises with you, so, let’s have a look at a couple of useful websites with exercises that I’ve found online.

Listen & Repeat exercises

Dictations

And, as a warm-up for next week’s Christmas party, let’s sing a Christmas song:

Put the lights on the tree
(Put them on the tree)
Put the ribbon on the wreath
(Put it on the wreath)
Call your grandma on the phone
(Call her on the phone)

If she’s living all alone
(If she’s all alone)

Tell her Jesus Christ is here
(Tell her He is here)

Tell her she has none to fear
(There is none to fear)

If she’s crying on the phone
(Crying on the phone)

Tell her you are coming home
(You are coming home)

La la la la la la la

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September 30, 2008

New Term

by teachy

Welcome to my blog, my dear new pupils. This year I’m working in Cebreros. It is my first time here and I hope we will all enjoy the year together.

I’ve been using this blog as a support to my teaching activity, for my students to find useful “bits and tips” on how to learn English, and to offer you extra materials that I’m not able to hand out in the classroom.

All comments are welcome, I hope you will enjoy this blog and will contribute to make it more useful and interesting.

So… Nice to meet you all, now, ‘don´t be shy”!

Don’t be shy just let your feelings roll on by
Don’t wear fear or nobody will know you’re there
Just lift your head, and let your feelings out instead
And don’t be shy, just let your feeling roll on by
On by

You know love is better than a song
Love is where all of us belong
So don’t be shy just let your feelings roll on by
Don’t wear fear or nobody will know you’re there
You’re there

Don’t be shy just let your feelings roll on by
Don’t wear fear or nobody will know you’re there
Just lift your head, and let your feelings out instead
And don’t be shy, just let your feeling roll on by
On by, on by, on by, on by, etc.

January 8, 2008

New Year’s Resolutions

by teachy

In today’s lesson we are going to read The Flatmates‘ New Year’s Resolutions:

BBC’s The Flatmates

And we can listen to this nice traditional New Year’s song, Auld Lang Syne, at home:

This is a traditional Scottish song, originally written by Scottish poet Robert Burns