Fantasy Dinner Party
You are hosting a dinner party for four famous people (dead or alive)
Choose 3 people from the following list to attend your Dinner Party. Choose one other famous person of your own choice. Give reasons for your answers.
- Stephen Hawking,
- Martin Luther King,
- Alan Turing,
- Mark Zuckerberg,
- Oskar Schindler,
- King George VI of England,
- Kurt Cobain,
- Oscar Wilde,
- Nelson Mandela
- Steve Jobs
All of these famous people have had movies made about them.
- Can you name them?
- Have you seen any of these movies?
- How have these people made a contribution to society?
You see the following announcement on a website. Great Lives
Send us a review of a book or a film that focuses on somebody who has made an important contribution to society.
Did you learn anything new about the person’s life from the book or film? Did the book or film help you understand why this person made their important contribution?
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Body Parts/Halloween Lessons
We love this video by ELF Kids Videos, it makes a welcome variation to Heads, shoulders, knees and toes.
Once the kids can confidently recognise the different parts of the body we make the following resource provided by the British Council. While the students are making the skeleton, the key vocabulary is being reinforced.
After printing out a selection of the following monster resources from Kaboose.com we matched the arms, legs, bodies and heads to the correct monster.
Then we had lots of fun mixing the monsters up.
And finally, we took photos of the muddled-up characters and this is the video we came up with…
We hope you enjoy it. The key vocabulary has been highlighted.