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Cliparts, Flashcards and Photos - Listening - Vocabulary - Facts -
Conversation questions
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Interactive activities - Activities to print -
Lesson plans -
Idioms, Phrases and Proverbs
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Interactive games - Games to print - Songs
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Cartoons - Ads - Posters - Stories - Poems - Superstitions - Videos

(Updated on 03/09/2013)

 


Related pages :

Gestures - Bulimia - Organ donation - Anorexia

Health - Descriptions - Verbs - Ways of looking - Beauty - Jewels - Chores / Daily routine

Red Nose Day

Impressions : to look, taste, smell, sound, feel... as if / like

Ways of walking - TATTOOS and PIERCINGS - Cosmetic surgery

 

 

Cliparts, Flashcards and Photos :

 


Healthline Body Maps - interactive
(healthline.com)

 


Muscle pain - Visual dictionary
Temporary muscle pains and aches
Contracture
Relieving and preventing muscle pain

(ikonet.com)

 

 

25 Everyday Things You Never Knew Had Names (buzzfeed.com)

ex : Paresthesia
= "The pins and needles feeling you get when part of your body falls asleep. Bonus! This is known as obdormition."

 

 

Reflexology
(natural-holistic-health.com)

 

Foot Reflexology Chart
(tripletreecenter.com)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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"A competitor shows off her nails
during the Tokyo Nail Expo
in 2009 in Japan."

(BBC)

 

 

Sorting faces
FOUNDATION / Resources and Activities
(Primary Resources)

 



HANDS
(flickr.com)

 

Tooth grinding or Bruxism
- to gnash the teeth
- with an animation
(medindia.net)

 




No link.

 


The senses
(Education World)

 


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Shoulders
(ingles.x10.mx)
- UPDATED


Les Sens
- Flashcards
(abcteach)

 


Emotions
- Flashcards
Embarrassed, scared, shy,
surprised, happy, mad, sad,
stubborn, excited, ashamed,
worried, angry

(abcteach)

- UPDATED

 

Beauty Items Clipart
(designedtoat.com)

 

 

Body, Health & Medicine
Medical Treatment - Medicine -
People in Medicine -
Sickness and Injuries - The Body

(aussi en ESPAGNOL) flashcards
(esl-library.com)
Click on Flashcard Library.

 

Thumb sucking



Nail biting

(comp.lancs.ac.uk)

 

Hair twirling
(fotosearch.com)

Adipophobia
Lien modifié le 07/08/2010

Einstein's tongue
(randomthinks.typepad.com)




Listening :

  • Some People Go to Extremes to Lose Weight - AUDIO + SCRIPT
    "Read, listen and learn English with this story. Double-click on any word to find the definition in the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary."
    (learningenglish.voanews.com)

  • Obesity and Body Image : http://0z.fr/jWU-k
     Enregistrements faits par l'assistante de Philippe Hattais (Ac. Créteil) ainsi que ses notes
    (englishdaybyday.net)

  • Hairstyles - interactive - Practive words describing hair.
    (elllo.org)

 

 

  • Cosmetic Surgery
    I. Pre-Listening Exercises
    II. Listening Exercises
    III. Post-Listening Exercises

    (esl-lab.com)
  • The body (languageguide.org) :
    Les mots s'affichent quand on passe la souris sur les images. - avec son


  • Make a face! (elllo.org)
    "Todd is going to paint a picture of a face. Listen and try to draw the same face."
  • Hair - AUDIO (dès la 6ème)
    " Listen to the audio and click on the picture that is talked about."
    - with a transcript
    (elllo.org)
  • Hair Description (elllo.org)
    "Listen to six descriptions of a person's hair. You need to click on the correct picture."

 

  • The body - Les mots s'affichent quand on passe la souris sur les images. - avec son (languageguide)

  • Mr. Smith's new nose - a story you can listen to -
    - with some fun activities, a wordsearch and a dictionary (British Council)


 

Vocabulary :

 

 

  • The tooth-fairy :


    • Tooth fairy
      It "is an example of American folklore mythology.
      The fairy is said to give children a gift (often money) in exchange for a baby tooth when it comes out of a child's mouth. Children typically leave the tooth under their pillow, and this magical being is said to take it while they sleep..."

      (Wikipedia)

     

     

     

 

 

 

  • Body Tour - interactive (childrenfirst.nhs.uk)
    Body parts / Bones
    "Select parts of Tom's body ... to learn more about them."

  • The body (languageguide.org) :
    Les mots s'affichent quand on passe la souris sur les images. - avec son

 

  • The body - Les mots s'affichent quand on passe la souris sur les images. - avec son (languageguide)

  • Picture Dictionary: Body Parts (pdictionary.com)
    + Interactive activities


 

  • Le corps - vocabulaire (image d'un sportif) - (s.mound.free.fr)

 

  • Parts of the Body (johnsesl)

 

 

  • Learn about appearances (learnenglish.de) :
    Height - Build - Hair - Eyes - Type of hair - Complexion - Other features
    ("Point your cursor over the named feature, if you're correct the word will appear.")

  • Amazing Body Terms: Matching exercise (school.discovery)
    Blinking / Blushing / Hiccoughs / Vertigo / Sneezing / Yawn...
  • How Tattoos Work (howstuffworks) :
    > Origins > Meaning > Early Tattooing Methods > The Maori > Modern Tattooing > The Tattoo Machine > Getting the Gear > Sterilization > Prep Work > Making the Outline > Shading > Color > Time and Money > The Pain Issue! > Caring for a New Tattoo > Health Risks > Health Precautions > Watch the Hands > Identifying a Safe Tattoo Parlor > Other Considerations > Lots More Information > Shop or Compare Prices




  • The Tattoo by Norman Rockwell (artsforge)
  • The 5 Senses - PowerPoint Présentations
    (science.pppst.com)
  • Amazing Animal Senses (faculty.washington.edu) :
    ex : FALCON : "Can see a 10 cm. object from a distance of 1.5 km..."


Conversation questions :

 

  • Plastic, but not fantastic
    "Cosmetic surgery for the rich and famous is booming. Why do they do it, wonders Clive James, in his Point of View column."
    (BBC)

  • Diets (iteslj)
  • Views on Tattoos and Plastic Surgery (topics-mag.com)
    "What do you think of tattooing and plastic surgery? Would you have either one done?
    Students from Argentina, Korea, Turkey and Japan express their viewpoints."

 

  • Young People and Body Art (topics-mag.com)
    "Throughout history, body decoration has been popular although its expression has varied from culture to culture.
    People decorate their bodies---comb, dye and style their hair; pierce their ears or other body parts;
    paint their faces; and even tattoo parts of their bodies."

 

FACTS :

  • Taiwanese boffins monitor mastication with Bluetooth tooth
    "The UbiComp Lab , a wearable computers think tank at Taiwan's National University, has devised a Bluetooth-equipped false tooth
    to monitor your mastication and plans a successor device capable of distributing the resulting data in real time...
    The general idea behind the research is that if doctors can access data about what you eat and drink,
    they can give you a dressing down for knocking back a bucket of fried chicken with two pints of stout for lunch every day."

    (theregister.co.uk)

 

  • South African chef 'too fat' to live in New Zealand
    "Authorities in New Zealand have told a South African chef he is too fat to be allowed to live in the country.
    Immigration officials said Albert Buitenhuis, who weighs 130kg (286 pounds), did not have "an acceptable standard of health"...
    New Zealand has one of the highest obesity rates in the developed world, with nearly 30% of people overweight...
    His obesity put him at "significant risk" of complications including diabetes, hypertension and heart disease."

    (BBC)

  • Where are you on the global fat scale? - interactive
    "The new BBC calculator can tell you if you are a healthy weight for your height and how you rank against others globally."

    (BBC)

  • Dubai offers gold in return for weight loss - 19 July 2013  
    "Authorities in Dubai are offering gold in return for weight loss in an scheme to encourage healthier living."

    (BBC)
  • Childhood Obesity, George Orwell And You : Article + Cartoon
    (cagle.com)

  • Sorry, you can't come to school like THAT: Haircut that was 'too extreme' for the classroom.
    "He's been told he can't go back to class until he shaved his mop off or waited for the patterns to grow out...
    The advice which the council gives to schools is that they should follow national guidance, which is "pupils should not be excluded for breaches of school uniform rules or rules on appearance (for example, relating to jewellery, body- piercing, hairstyles etc) except where these are persistent and in open defiance of such rules".

    (dailymail.co.uk)

     

  • Tattoos and Piercings - Body art or mutilation ? + a PowerPoint Presentation
    (Philippe Hattais - Ac. Créteil)

 

  • Beard and moustache contest opens
    "Contestants have been showing off their facial hair at the 2009 Beard and Moustache Championships in Anchorage, Alaska.
    More than 200 competitors from 12 countries took part, displaying everything from delicate Salvador Dali-style moustaches to bushy full beards."

    (BBC)

  • Brain chip reads man's thoughts
    "A paralysed man in the US has become the first person to benefit from a brain chip that reads his mind...
    The brain chip reads his mind and sends the thoughts to a computer to decipher...
    He can think his TV on and off, change channels and alter the volume thanks to the technology and software linked to devices in his home."

    (BBC)

 

 

  • Warnings over body piercing boom
    "Problems over botched body piercings could be a "substantial burden" on the NHS in the near future, a study says...
    Just over a quarter of people reported complications, including swelling, infection and bleeding..."

    (BBC)

 

 

INTERACTIVE activities :

 

 

 

 

  • Human body (British Council)
    "Practise words for parts of the face and body, find out some amazing facts about the human body,
    and learn about the people who look after us, and what we can do to look after ourselves."

 

 

  • Sound and hearing - interactive quiz (BBC)
  • The human body - "Write the name of each body part." (prof2000.pt)


  • Description - Monsters - Multiple choice (s.mound.free.fr)





  • "Here is a picture of a skeleton.
    There are the names of ten parts of the body above the picture.
    Can you put the right parts of the body into the right boxes?" (British Council)
  • Anatomy
    Below are pictures of the eye, the face and the body.
    Above are the names of 20 body parts.
    Can you put the items in the right boxes? (British Council)
  • Vocabulaire du corps (avec images) - exercice (rv.humbert)
  • Interactive body (organs game, skeleton game, muscle game, nervous system game) - (BBC)

  • The head - Matching exercise (annie.gwynn)
  • The Face - "Fill in all the blanks" (prof2000.pt)

  • Mr. Smith's new nose - a story you can listen to -
    - with some fun activities, a wordsearch and a dictionary (British Council)
  • Le corps - You see with your ..., etc (a4esl)
  • Minorities
    ( = the visually impaired - the elderly - the blind - the sick - the unemployed - the deaf and dumb - the handicapped - etc.)
    - Matching exercises (3 pages)
    (rv.humbert)
  • How do we move our body? #4
    - Put the verb "in its correct place in the sentences below." : "punch, grope, grab, stretch, pat, slap, squeeze, nudge, beckon, pet" (about.com)

  • How do we move our body? #3 - "Match the following phrases to the verbs of bodily movement."
    ex : "She nodded" / "in ageement"

    + #1 + #2 (about.com)

  • Décrire un personnage (exercices interactifs) : (Ghislaine Wulles)
    - révision de vocabulaire sur internet - test sur ce vocabulaire - parler de la couleur des cheveux - parler de la forme du nez - parler des cheveux et du menton - décrire un personnage (wulles)

  • Idem : (Ghislaine Wulles)
    1 - révision de vocabulaire sur internet
    2 - construire une marionnette (4 étapes)
    3 - construire une marionnette avec internet
    4 - Little Red Riding Hood (1)
    5 - Little Red Riding Hood (2)
    6 - s'exclamer comme Red
    7 - produire des exclamations
    8 - réfléchissons...
    9 - récréation... (wulles)

  • Initiation au portrait (exercices interactifs)
    (Ghislaine Wulles)

  • People - appearance or personality?
    " Below are some words we use to describe people.
    Some describe appearance and others personality.
    Can you put them in the correct category?" (British Council)
  • Ways of speaking (saberingles.com.ar)
    - "Fill in the blanks with a verb connected to ways of speaking:
    blurt out - mutter - croak - stammer - chat - whisper - hesitate - yell - mumble"