I’ve been using these websites for a long time and I think they’re fantastic, especially if you need a break after a long and difficult grammar lesson;) If your students love singing, visit Lyrics Training. Find your favourite songs and sing along! BBC Learning English offers a wide variety of interesting online lessons. British Council is a … More Great websites to teach English
Teachers, you might find some of these websites helpful! Create beautiful leaflets and posters for school competitions and events with Poster my wall, a website with quite a few free templates. Use Kahoot or Quizizz to create fantastic competitions! (Warning: it’s going to be a noisy lesson). Make creative videos with Stupeflix. Toondoo, world’s fastest … More Useful websites for teachers
As usual, some of our students got very good results 🙂 Tytus Sapota (4a) 1st place in Katowice, 2nd place in Katowice region Agata Madejska (4b) 3rd place in Katowice, 4th place in Katowice region Karolina Gryzik (4c) 4th place in Katowice, 8th place in Katowice region Congratulations!
1st place Karolina Gryzik (4c) 2nd place Paweł Pieter (4c) 3rd place Marek Janiec (6c) Congratulations! The winners will sing on our school fair in June.
1st place Aleksander Kaczmarek (5a) 2nd place Maciej John (5a) 3rd place Agata Madejska (4b) Distinctions: Michał Dziaćko, Marek Janiec. The test was in fact a kahoot quiz;) The game was thrilling as the students could constantly see the results changing. Here’s the game. (Teachers, feel free to use it).
This year we have some really talented participants again. You can still enter the competition. When? 28th March 2017 Where? Room 1-3 Why? Because you can sing! Ask your English teacher for more information.
28th March Room 1-5 10:50 a.m. English vocabulary and grammar British and American culture English-speaking countries Enter the competition and win the main prize! Ask your English teacher for more information.
It wasn’t easy to choose the best work, but my job was to make some decisions, and here they are: 1st place: Agata Madejska (4b) Images of autumn 2nd place: Michał Dziaćko (5a) Acorns and chestnuts… 3rd place: Szymon Zmysłowski (4b) Autumn Some other promising poets are: Maciek John, Karol Jadczyszyn, Maria Sobieraj and Wojtek Cyganek. … More Autumn poems competition results
Write a poem about autumn, illustrate it and submit it to your teacher of English to win some amazing stuff! (I’m not going to tell you what it is:)
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