Sejam todos muito bem-vindos! Depois de um ano de sucesso é chegada a hora de "mimar" o nosso blogue alterando-lhe o visual... ;) Alteram-se umas coisas, mas continua-se a apostar no mais importante: Partilha, Estudo e Brincadeira... para que possamos aprender sempre um pouco mais! Portanto mãos à obra, pois "Saber é Poder"!!! ;) Hugs and Kisses
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domingo, 19 de dezembro de 2010

sábado, 11 de dezembro de 2010

Então é Natal .... ;)



Agora em Português!




sexta-feira, 10 de dezembro de 2010

Mr Bean - Christmas...

Christmas in England...

History and Traditions

Christmas has been celebrated in England for over a thousand years. And here you can discover a brief history of Christmas in England
But what makes Christmas so special is the raft of wonderful and quirky traditions,, from counting down to the big day by using advent calendars, to sending Christmas card and listening to Christmas music.
Beautifully decorated and lit trees are a symbol of Christmas in England. And we use lights to brighten the streets and our homes more than we do at any other time of year.
Christmas stockings are such a traditional part of an English Christmas, that it's very difficult to work out where (and when) the custom actually came from... But if you're around, you'll see that they come in all shapes and sizes, from luxury, whimsical stockings that are a gift in themselves, to gorgeously decorated felt Christmas stockings that the children will love.

Christmas Food

Festivals and food have always lived comfortably side by side. So there's really no reason to be surprised at the multitude of traditional Christmas Foods that we enjoy during the festive season. If you're cooking this year, you can check out our short survival guide for all the Christmas foods we make or buy only once a year. Or take a look at these traditional Christmas recipes, from mince pies to mulled wine and bread sauce to Christmas pudding.
And, of course, Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without chocolate.

If You're Spending Christmas in England ...

...then there's little chance of seeing snow. We often wish for a White Christmas, but we rarely get one. It will be chilly, though, and it might be wet.
So it makes sense to stay cosily indoors and enjoy the food and company. Many hotels offer special Christmas rates with much food and entertainment provided throughout. But it's well to book early, as these deals are very popular.
Christmas eve is a workday for many of us. But companies tend to close earlier than normal. Shops are still open and will be busy with last-minute shoppers, but gradually the day winds down.
Soft Candlelight by  Debbie MillerCarols From Kings, on the radio in the late afternoon, starts my Christmas celebrations. I light a few candles and sit down with a cup of tea or a glass of wine to listen.
After a light supper, children will hang up their stockings by the fireplace. (And despite 17 years in England I still haven't worked out where that tradition really comes from or what it signifies. Friends tell me that fewer and fewer families do that now, so I may never have the chance to find out.)
Compared to the hectic month of December, Christmas eve is quiet. There's an evening carol service in our local church. In other churches there will be a nativity play performed by the town's children. But most churches will celebrate Midnight Mass.
Christmas Day and Boxing Day are public holidays and most people don't go to work. The children will be up early, checking if Father Christmas has been. The turkey will go in the oven soon after breakfast. The kitchen will be a busy place then, with potatoes and sprouts to peel, sausages to cook, gravy to make and the Christmas pudding to steam.
Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, © Monkey Business Images | Dreamstime.com
And after all these preparations Christmas dinner, served between 1pm and 2pm can last a while. Then there's the Queen's Christmas speech and the afternoon is often spent snoozing or playing games or watching The Great Escape on television.
On Boxing Day, people are on the move visiting each other. The 'serious' part of Christmas is over and we're having fun. The kids are on holiday until the new year, but many people return to work on December 27th.
Hectic and quiet, commercial and contemplative, traditional and modern - Christmas in England is a wonderful time. Come and share it with us!


Read more: http://www.essentially-england.com/christmas-in-england.html

Christmas games and others...

The Santa in this game isn't real - he's a fake! Can you hit the fake Santa with a snowball? Make sure that you don't hit Rudolph the reindeer!

Language Games
Santa's been busy delivering presents and he's hidden ten toys in this puzzle. Can you find them?


Play with Friends
December 25th is Christmas. Many people around the world celebrate this festival. Learn about how Christmas is celebrated with this quiz.


Practise listening
Santa and Amy have a bag full of presents, but who are they for? Help Santa and Amy deliver the children's presents in time for Christmas.


Practise your English
Practise Christmas words with some fun activities - and find the special Christmas message!

Practise your English
Practise writing a letter to Santa with these activities.



Practise your English
What's in Santa's bag? Read, write and draw.

Practise your English
Lots of activities for some Christmas fun!

Practise more Christmas words!


Short Stories
It's winter and everywhere is covered in snow. Katie and Eddie make a snowman. What's going on? Is the snowman waving at them?



Short Stories
December 25th is Christmas Day. We celebrate Christmas in the United Kingdom. It's a holiday for most people, and there are lots of customs and traditions, and children get lots of presents!







Para preparar a actividade de Natal...

We wish you a Merry Christmas

We wish you a merry Christmas
We wish you a merry Christmas
We wish you a merry Christmas
And a happy New Year.
Glad tidings we bring
To you and your kin;
Glad tidings for Christmas
And a happy New Year!

We want some figgy pudding
We want some figgy pudding
We want some figgy pudding
Please bring it right here!
Glad tidings we bring
To you and your kin;
Glad tidings for Christmas
And a happy New Year!

We won't go until we get some
We won't go until we get some
We won't go until we get some
So bring it out here!
Glad tidings we bring
To you and your kin;
Glad tidings for Christmas
And a happy New Year!

We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
We wish you a Merry Christmas
And a happy New Year.
Glad tidings we bring
To you and your kin;
Glad tidings for Christmas
And a happy New Year!









Jingle Bells


Dashing through the snow
On a one-horse open sleigh,
Over the fields we go,
Laughing all the way;
Bells on bob-tail ring,
Making spirits bright,
What fun it is to ride and sing
A sleighing song tonight
Jingle bells, jingle bells,
Jingle all the way!
O what fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh

A day or two ago,
I thought I'd take a ride,
And soon Miss Fanny Bright
Was seated by my side;
The horse was lean and lank;
Misfortune seemed his lot;
He got into a drifted bank,
And we, we got upsot.
Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells,
Jingle all the way!
What fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh.

A day or two ago,
The story I must tell
I went out on the snow
And on my back I fell;
A gent was riding by
In a one-horse open sleigh,
He laughed as there
I sprawling lie,
But quickly drove away.
Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells,
Jingle all the way!
What fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh.

Now the ground is white
Go it while you're young,
Take the girls tonight
And sing this sleighing song;
Just get a bob-tailed bay
Two-forty as his speed
Hitch him to an open sleigh
And crack! you'll take the lead.
Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells,
Jingle all the way!
What fun it is to ride
In a one-horse open sleigh.





Silent Night
Silent night, holy night!
All is calm, All is bright
Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child
Holy Infant so Tender and mild,
Sleep in heavenly peace,
Sleep in heavenly peace.

Silent night, holy night!
Shepherds quake at the sight!
Glories stream from heaven afar;
Heavenly hosts sing Al-le-lu-ia!
Christ the Saviour is born!
Christ the Saviour is born!

Silent night, holy night!
Wondrous star, lend thy light!
With the angels let us sing
Alleluia to our King!
Christ the Saviour is here,
Jesus the Saviour is here!

Silent night, Holy night!
Son of God, love's pure light
Radiant beams from Thy holy face,
With the dawn of redeeming grace,
Jesus Lord at thy birth;
Jesus Lord at thy birth.







quarta-feira, 8 de dezembro de 2010

determinantes - subclasses - exercícios online


Saber identificar os determinantes é tão importante como ser capaz de fazer exercícios sobre eles! Se a prática é importante, igualmente importante é conhecê-los e às suas características mais importantes.
Se assim for, serás capaz de aplicá-los melhor ao escreveres os teus textos.
O questionário que se segue ajuda-te a verificar se conheces bem as características desta classe de palavras que quase sempre acompanha o nome:



determinantes - subclasses - exercícios online

Para clicar e resolver! ;)

Bom trabalho!

Classe dos determinantes - exercícios

Palavras Cruzadas

parts of the body

Cliquem na imagem... vão ver que vale a pena!
;)

Body parts

Look at this video and review some parts of the body with Jake the Snake!




Practise the body parts doing the following Jclic.

http://clic.xtec.cat/db/jclicApplet.jsp?project=http://clic.xtec.net/projects/learnsnd/jclic/learnsnd.jclic.zip&lang=en&title=Learning+English

buildings


Exercício direcções! Cliquem!!!

Aprender português... a ouvir

Aprender português... a ouvir!

Vale a pena espreitar!
Bjnhos ;)

quarta-feira, 1 de dezembro de 2010

Lembretes!!

Amigos do 6ºB
Não se esqueçam que têm o Projecto de Inglês para me apresentar na 6ªfeira, dia 3 de Dezembro!!!!
See you! ;)