Yesterday we were talking about how difficult it may be to stay such a long time together locked down both for parents and children. There's still another problem with children going to primary school or teenagers: HOMESCHOOLING!!
Now parents and children have had the opportunity of realizing how important the role of teachers is. Anyway, this experience will make us all better people and we will all appreciate many things that we have taken for granted so far.
What other things have you really missed during this lockdown? Most of you have agreed on one thing: MEETING YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. What else?
Here are some articles related to the issue of HOMESCHOOLING:
Parents are losing their minds having kids home during coronavirus (The New York Post)
HOMESCHOOLING & LOCKDOWN ROUTINE | DAY IN THE LIFE
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE QUARANTINE
Wednesday, 6th May
Homework for today:
Review >>> do page 86
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12 - What does she look like? ( another link )
Here are the avatars of two people in the class. Can you guess who they are?
Person number 1
Person number 2
Translate these sentences:1. ¿Cómo es ella (físicamente hablando)? Ella es una chica alta, delgada y con el pelo oscuro.
2. Estoy buscando a mi hija. Ella lleva un bolsito negro y un paquete.
3. ¿Lleva ella puesto una falda verde y una blusa naranja?
4. Ella es más alta que Susan y John parece más joven.
5. ¿Cuánto mide él de alto? Él mide 1 m 80
Unit 9 (Smart Planet 4) , READING pages 92-93