Drawing can be the perfect breakout from the outbreak (Have a look at the bottom of this post to see what 'outbreak' means. And, by the way, do you know what 'breakout' means).
Now that we have so much time we can learn how to draw. And drawing can be a wonderful way to go through these hard times of quarantine. I know some of you are already quite keen on drawing, but how good are you? I am a hopeless case, although I had technical drawing at school until I was your age.
Actually, my teacher was Mr Ramón Portillo, a great famous paintor from Seville, whose son used to play the guitar for Pablo Alborán. His son, Porty, used to play tennis with me!!! Could you believe it?
Here's one of my earliest posts, where you can read about the issue and just below some musical hints by my good friend Porty:
Porty - Touché
And if you want to listen to the whole album: TANGRAM
Anyway, going back to drawing, here's a Lingohack episode for you about the issue:
- Episode 200408 / 08 April 2020 >>> Marvel's Spider-Man artist teaches kids to draw online - Language related to 'emotions'. Need-to-know language: a little bit down, brought a bit of a smile to my face, in (really, really) good spirits, a bit worrying & can't help but feel good.
Listening exercise for you to do: Music with a smaller carbon footprint- Touring bands and climate change (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE QUARANTINE
Wednesday, 15th April
Tasks for today:
Unit 6 (page 74)
Watch this video about the comparatives: The Game Show
And remember to hand in the dialogue (writing 11) by Friday.