Last English sessions, practised “WH” question words, didn’t we?
Where? When? Why? What? Who? Which? help us a lot to retell a story, even if it is a complicated one such as the Trojan war.
Now that Halloween is on the horizon, “wh question words” come in handy to guide us through a spooky night.
Remember that which is not the same as witch and in Halloween we need to know …….which witch we are talking with
Under Homer spell, let’s keep up our poetry work.
In this poem, you have to match the questions to the answers and you’ll end up with a nice Halloween poem.
Now go to this page and listen to another Halloween poem: “A skeleton parade”
Homework: Wednesday 30th Copy the one you like best in your notebook and learn it by heart
Now, don’t run away!
It is time for more English Halloween homework for the long, long weekend.
I found this Power Point about Halloween in Slide Sahare. . There are 14 slides. Have a look at them. In the last slide,13, there is a link to a very good page with on-line activities on Halloween. If you find any you really like, post a comment to the blog for your classmates to know.
I know that some of you are a bit lazy, so I include the link to the on-line activities here, in case you feel too tired to get to the last slide, slide 13, or … in case you are superstitious and you do not want to use any links that appear on page 13.
These activities were done by an English Primary teacher from Tarragona, Isabel Hidalgo. Oh my God 2 wants to thank her for her good job!