Language - interactive game
+ spelling, grammar and sentence construction.
"The aliens are on a mission to collect creatures from around
the galaxy. Blast off and learn the parts of
the body with them." There are four main activities:
- The Transporter
- The Body Museum
- The Hospital
- Who Wants to be a Winner
+ A visual dictionary, with pronunciation (alienlanguage.co.uk)
The Funny Face Maker!
"Choose from the menus to create a funny face. There are 1 Million
Then press F5!!"
Jake the Snake
demonstrates body parts "Listen to Jake and spot the body parts he mentions. Then
read the little sentences and unjumble the words.
How many stars can you get?"
Activity created by: Renée Maufroid
"Pick a category and then click as many things as you can find
in that category in one minute...
There are 25 words in each category."
BODY / ANIMALS / FOOD / CLOTHES
The Movember Song
"This is the song I used in my lesson about the Movember moustache growing charity event (see previous post).
I transcribed the lyrics myself, and you can download them here as a Word file.
The song is by South African comedy-pop duo Derick Watts & The Sunday Blues and is, of course, a parody of Carly Rae Jepsen's mega-hit, "Call Me Maybe"
(watch original here)."
+ COMMENT + LYRICS + POSTSCRIPT (englishblog.com)
The Beards - Got Me a Beard(YouTube)+ LYRICS : "Had a girl
An actual girlfriend yeah
She asked me
To trim back my face hair
But nobody ever
Tells me to shave..."
Ode to the Brain! by Symphony of Science
"Ode to the Brain" is the ninth episode in the Symphony of Science music video series.
Through the powerful words of scientists Carl Sagan, Robert Winston, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Jill Bolte Taylor, Bill Nye,
and Oliver Sacks, it covers different aspects the brain including its evolution, neuron networks, folding, and more..."
(YouTube) + the LYRICSunder the video(symphonyofscience.com)
Oxidate It Or Love It / Electron to the Next One
"Stanford University students Derrick Davis and Tom McFadden made this rap video about metabolism.
It’s called “Oxidate It or Love It/Electron to the Next One” and is a parody of 50 Cent’s “Hate It or Love It” and Jay-Z’s “On to the Next One.”" (YouTube)
Parody for the song "I'm Bad - Michael Jackson" - the LYRICS(sing365.com) : "My zippers bust, my buckles break
I'm too much man for you to take
The pavement cracks when I fall down
I've got more chins than chinatown"
"A Song by Mar - Listen to Mar's song and try to understand as
much as you can. You know nearly everything!"
Matching - Flashcards (Java / non-Java) - Concentration - Word Search
+ a list of terms used in these activities. Activities created by:
On my shoulders
- sung by Thedo (YouTube)- UPDATED
- the LYRICS(paroles-musique.com) "Why would I carry such a weight on my shoulders?...
Why would you try to make me friends with them soldiers...
And you should know that in my heart you fill every corner...
Why would I have to quit if time makes me older...
How could I tell them that I'll never let go..."
you loved meby Celine Dion :
"You were my strength when I was weak
You were my voice when I couldn't speak
You were my eyes when I couldn't see...
You gave me wings and made me fly
You touched my hand I could touch the sky"
Myself by Linkin Park :
"Do I sit here and try to stand it?
Or do I try to catch them red-handed?"
(to catch somebody red-handed)
Friedby Blur :
"Oh I would like to give you your head"
(to give somebody his head)
On The Streetby Manfred Mann's Earth Band :
"It's easy just keep your eyes open Put your shoulder to the wheel"
Have The Touchby Peter Gabriel :
"Shake those hands, shake those hands
Pull my chin, stroke my hair, scratch my nose, hug my knees...
I tap my fingers, fold my arms, breathe in deep, cross my legs
Shrug my shoulders, stretch my back..."
Got You Under My Skinby U2 "I've got you deep in the heart of me...
It repeats and it shouts in my ear
Don't you know blue-eyes"
Jeopardyby Skyclad :
"In jeopardy - welcome to the lion's den,
We skate on thin ice - dice with death"
(to put your head in the lion's den)
To Stand Onby Theory of a Deadman :
"you haven't got a leg to stand on
You haven't got it, you haven't got the time"
Lenaby Fool's Garden :
"Draw me to the rainbow
I'm trying to resist
Cut the ground from under my feet
Tear me out of that midst"
(to cut the ground from under somebody's feet)
Loveby Snoop Doggy Dogg :
"it cost an arm and a leg just to live on your knees"
Moonshadowby Cat Stevens :
"Oh, if I ever lose my hands- Oh, if...
I wont have to work no more...
Yes if I ever lose my eyes,I won't have to cry no more...
Oh if I ever lose my legs- Oh if... I won't have to walk no more...
Yes, if I ever lose my mouth- Oh if... I won't have to talk..."
Kate Nash - Mouthwash(YouTube)
- the LYRICS
: "This is my face
Covered in freckles
With the occasional spot
And some veins
This is my body
Covered in skin..." (lyricsmode.com)
- Nothingface :
"Give me my head - nothing more, I am dead"
(to give somebody his head)
You Say Nothing At Allby Ronan Keating "It's amazing
how you can speak right to my heart...
The smile on your face let's me know that you need
There's a truth in your eyes saying you'll never leave
The touch of your hand says you'll catch me wherever
Yeah Yeahby Alice Cooper :
"Yeah, you could pull my leg
(to pull somebody's leg)
took the words right out of my mouth by Meat Loaf
"On a hot summer night. Would you offer your throat to the
wolf with the red roses? Will he offer me his mouth?
Will he offer me his teeth?
Wlll he offer me his jaws?...
It must have been while you were kissing me"
Cartoons :(Si le lien est inaccessible, enregistrer l'image pour obtenir
la taille initiale.)
"You cannot speak for no one knows
Your language. You must try to catch
By glances or a steadfast gaze
The attitude of those you watch...
Noises may find you but not speech...
Now you have circled silence, stare
With all the subtlety of sight.
Noise may trap ears but eye discerns"
Crossing your fingers helps to avoid bad luck and helps
a wish come true
A lock of hair from a baby's first haircut should be
kept for good luck
If the bottom of your feet itch, you will make a trip
An itchy palm means money will come your way
Warm hands, cold heart
Cold hands, warm heart
The Men Who Made Us Fat E01 P1+ Part 2 + Part 3 "Episode 1 of 3 Duration: 1 hour -
Around the world, obesity levels are rising. More people are now overweight than undernourished. Two thirds of British adults are overweight and one in four of us is classified as obese.
In the first of this three-part series, Jacques Peretti traces those responsible for revolutionising our eating habits, to find out how decisions made in America 40 years ago influence the way we eat now..." (YouTube)
Anatomy Class (Moviestorm machinima) - an animated lesson aimed at intermediate students.
"Lesson for students of English as a Second Language (ESL). A practice lesson for a content based class with the topic being human anatomy.
This video gives practice in vocabulary for parts of the body and related grammar.
It was intended as a light hearted approach to a rather dry subject studied in class." (YouTube)