Have your students ever visited London? Would you like to organize a virtual visit? Then this unit and its complementary resources were designed for you and your students!
Your London Calling Unit Bundle in detail:
This is a bundle of 4 paid resources from our store: a task-based unit, a thematic word list, some illustrated flashcards and a flapbook about the London Tube.
❑ Step 1: Discover
❑ Listen to a conversation
❑ Think about grammar
❑ Watch a promotional video
❑ Task 1: Convince your teacher
❑ Step 2: Learn
❑ Read a book
❑ Watch a video
❑ Think about grammar
❑ Learn how to travel on the tube
❑ Task 2: Complete a webquest to present a London tour
❑ Step 3: Go further (bonus step with facultative activities)
❑ Study a poem
❑ Study an artwork
❑ Study a tube map
❑ Task 3: Give directions
❑ Final Task
❑ Teacher’s Notes & Answer Key
Here is the a memory challenge set for advanced French or English learners. A memory challenge is a word list whose words are classified into 3 categories: difficult, intermediary and easy words. Your students have 45 words on their list but they don’t need to learn them all to obtain 100%! Themes:
❑ action verbs
❑ London symbols
Here is a nice set of 20 travel flashcards. You will find nine different versions to better suit your needs and enable a variety of activities in your classroom. Words listed: trunk, signpost, coins, stamp, compass, camera, travel guide, ticket, plane, wallet, globe, postcard, suitcase, airmail letter, picture, map, ship, passport, luggage, luggage tag.
This flapbook is a culture reference guide to have your students learn more about the Tube and its main facts. You will just need to print out 3 pages (on white paper if you want your students to color in the illustrations). Four versions are included: colored or B&W, completed or to be completed. Feel free to ask for another one if you need. The different tabs will enable your students to learn or research information about the following topics:
❑ Its origins
❑ Its six oldest stations
❑ Its key numbers
❑ Its craziest facts
❑ Its most unpronounceable stations (with QR code)
How to use this resource:
This unit will be very useful to review the imperatives, the modals, the suggestions, the directions and there is/are. Versions included: color and B&W for easy-printing. Answer key is included.
These resources are PDF documents, they are not editable.
Please download the preview to get a detailed overview.
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