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Hi!

You have to jog your memory before leaving this classroom for good this school year. Start with a treadmill and write down all the numbers while working out. You'll need them later. I promise you're going to sweat.

Good luck!

Your teacher


Exercise 1

Sharing information online is an important





for teenagers.

concept

illustration

insight


Nooooooooo!!!

Her tweets were a good






of what most students think.

impression

illustration

perception


Nooooooooo!!!


We all felt different




during the activity.


insight

perception

sensations


Nooooooooo!!!

His position became





as soon as he started talking.


evident

mouthwatering

different


Nooooooooo!!!

The rules of social media aren’t always


disgusting

transparent

mouthwatering


Nooooooooo!!!

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You're smarty-pants!
Now, lift some weights . . .

Exercise 2

Do you agree that mathematics


is are

easier than science?

Don't do this to yourself!

The French




just voted for a new president.

has

have

Don't do this to yourself!

The police



to question two teenagers about the crime.

want

wants

Don't do this to yourself!

Do you agree that Star Wars




a great film?

is

are

Don't do this to yourself!

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I'm putting you through the hoops and you're not giving up!

Take a short break and catch a breath.. Watch a video. Then, do the task.

Lynne: I think healthy food has to grow ______ you a little bit. I agree with Shaz about the chips, et cetera. But, yes, I eat more salads. Looking at eating more vegetables, and going back to eating more simplistically, I think, is a better and a healthy way of eating.

Really???

Lynne: I think healthy food has to grow o __ you a little bit. I agree with Shaz about the chips, et cetera. But, yes, I eat more salads. Looking at eating more vegetables, and going back to eating more simplistically, I think, is a better and a healthy way of eating.

Really???

Lynne: I think healthy food has to grow on you a little bit. I agree with Shaz about the chips, et cetera. But, yes, I eat more salads. Looking at eating more vegetables, and going back to eating more simplistically, I think, is a better and a healthy way of eating.

Shazra: Things like salads are obviously healthy, but where you’re getting the right nutrients, so protein and, you know, the right complex ________ and things like that are, tends to be healthy, and having just a balanced meal.

Really???

Shazra: Things like salads are obviously healthy, but where you’re getting the right nutrients, so protein and, you know, the right complex c_______ and things like that are, tends to be healthy, and having just a balanced meal.

Really???

Shazra: Things like salads are obviously healthy, but where you’re getting the right nutrients, so protein and, you know, the right complex ca______ and things like that are, tends to be healthy, and having just a balanced meal.

Really???

Shazra: Things like salads are obviously healthy, but where you’re getting the right nutrients, so protein and, you know, the right complex car____ and things like that are, tends to be healthy, and having just a balanced meal.

Really???

Shazra: Things like salads are obviously healthy, but where you’re getting the right nutrients, so protein and, you know, the right complex carb_ and things like that are, tends to be healthy, and having just a balanced meal.

Really???

CARBS!

0

You're back! Let's jump a little.

Exercise 3

Choose the correct words to complete the story.


So, I work / 'm working in the supermarket on campus at our university one day and I spent / 've just spent an hour in a talk listening to the vice chancellor going on about how bright the kids in this university are. I see a guy standing at the dairy counter looking confused. ‘Can I help you?’ I am asking / ask . He looks at me and says, ‘Yes, but I don’t think you sell what I want. I’m looking for smaller litres of milk.’ I explain / explaining to him that if it gets any smaller, it’s not called a litre any more, and after a minute, he's just looking at me confused still and eventually walks out. So much for bright minds!

Not now . . .

Choose the correct words to complete the story.


So, I'm working in the supermarket on campus at our university one day and I spent / 've just spent an hour in a talk listening to the vice chancellor going on about how bright the kids in this university are. I see a guy standing at the dairy counter looking confused. ‘Can I help you?’ I am asking / ask . He looks at me and says, ‘Yes, but I don’t think you sell what I want. I’m looking for smaller litres of milk.’ I explain / explaining to him that if it gets any smaller, it’s not called a litre any more, and after a minute, he's just looking at me confused still and eventually walks out. So much for bright minds!

Not now . . .

Choose the correct words to complete the story.


So, I'm working in the supermarket on campus at our university one day and I've just spent an hour in a talk listening to the vice chancellor going on about how bright the kids in this university are. I see a guy standing at the dairy counter looking confused. ‘Can I help you?’ I am asking / ask . He looks at me and says, ‘Yes, but I don’t think you sell what I want. I’m looking for smaller litres of milk.’ I explain / explaining to him that if it gets any smaller, it’s not called a litre any more, and after a minute, he's just looking at me confused still and eventually walks out. So much for bright minds!

Not now . . .

Choose the correct words to complete the story.


So, I'm working in the supermarket on campus at our university one day and I've just spent an hour in a talk listening to the vice chancellor going on about how bright the kids in this university are. I see a guy standing at the dairy counter looking confused. ‘Can I help you?’ I ask . He looks at me and says, ‘Yes, but I don’t think you sell what I want. I’m looking for smaller litres of milk.’ I explain / explaining to him that if it gets any smaller, it’s not called a litre any more, and after a minute, he's just looking at me confused still and eventually walks out. So much for bright minds!

Not now . . .

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Exercise 4

What word begins and ends with an E but only has one letter?

IT' IS THE LAST ROUND . . .

What word begins and ends with an E but only has one letter?




ENVELOPE

“First think of the person who lives in disguise,

Who deals in secrets and tells naught but lies,
Next tell me what’s always the last thing to mend,
The middle of middle and end of the end?
And finally give me the sound often heard,
During the search for a hard-to-find word.
Now string them together, and answer me this,
Which creature would you be unwilling to kiss?”

– “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” by J.K. Rowling

IT' IS THE LAST ROUND . . .

“First think of the person who lives in disguise,

Who deals in secrets and tells naught but lies,
Next tell me what’s always the last thing to mend,
The middle of middle and end of the end?
And finally give me the sound often heard,
During the search for a hard-to-find word.
Now string them together, and answer me this,
Which creature would you be unwilling to kiss?”

– “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” by J.K. Rowling

SPIDER (spy - d - er)

“Voiceless it cries,

Wingless flutters,
Toothless bites,
Mouthless mutters.”

– “The Hobbit” by J.R.R. Tolkien

IT' IS THE LAST ROUND . . .

“Voiceless it cries,

Wingless flutters,
Toothless bites,
Mouthless mutters.”

– “The Hobbit” by J.R.R. Tolkien

WIND

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Hello again!


You're almost done! One last challenge and I will spring something on you. Soon, you will get what you deserve...

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CARBON TRADING


ACID RAIN

CARBON MONOXIDE

NATURE RESERVE


GREEN AUDIT


OZONE LAYER

GREENHOUSE GASES

CONSERVATION AREA

​an official examination of the effect of a company’s business on the environment

How could you?


CARBON TRADING


ACID RAIN

CARBON MONOXIDE

NATURE RESERVE

GREEN AUDIT


OZONE LAYER

GREENHOUSE GASES

CONSERVATION AREA

​a system that gives countries and organizations the right to produce a particular amount of carbon dioxide and other gases that cause global warming, and allows them to sell this right

How could you?


CARBON TRADING


ACID RAIN

CARBON MONOXIDE

NATURE RESERVE

GREEN AUDIT


OZONE LAYER

GREENHOUSE GASES

CONSERVATION AREA

an area where the natural environment or the buildings are protected by law from being damaged or changed

How could you?


CARBON TRADING


ACID RAIN

CARBON MONOXIDE

NATURE RESERVE


GREEN AUDIT


OZONE LAYER

GREENHOUSE GASES

CONSERVATION AREA

a poisonous gas formed when carbon burns partly but not completely. It is produced when petrol is burned in car engines.

How could you?


CARBON TRADING


ACID RAIN

CARBON MONOXIDE

NATURE RESERVE


GREEN AUDIT


OZONE LAYER

GREENHOUSE GASES

CONSERVATION AREA

​an area of land where the animals and plants are protected

definitions derived from www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com

How could you?

Yes! You can finally

leave the gym!
Use the code to
open the door.
Something amazing
is waiting
on the other side.

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Oh no, you forgot to take your gym equipment. Go back to the changing room

4****

Oh no, you forgot to take your gym equipment. Go back to the changing room

47***

Oh no, you forgot to take your gym equipment. Go back to the changing room

470**

Oh no, you forgot to take your gym equipment. Go back to the changing room

4708*

Oh no, you forgot to take your gym equipment. Go back to the changing room.

47089

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Hi!


I bet you're thinking "Where am I?"

Well, it's a gift from me to you! It's a trip to an extraordinary spot!

You've worked so hard this year but you've always put your heart in all the assignments and tasks I set you.

Thank you for this amazing year.

Thank you for being such a devoted student.

Thank you for giving me a chance to acquaint with you.

You're awesome!


Happy summer holidays!


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