Monday, 24 February 2014

The Desktop. Wordshoot Game

Here's a wordshoot game to test how much you know about a computer desktop and what you can find there. Just read the definitions and shoot the matching word. There are many levels, each one is more difficult than the other. If you play several times and read carefully, you will learn the words fast.

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Sunday, 23 February 2014

The Desktop

When you start your computer, the first thing you see is the desktop. There you can see icons with folders or files you have saved. Look at these flashcards and learn some of the things you can see and use. You can also play games and practise spelling.

Saturday, 22 February 2014

Describing things and learning antonyms

Do you know what antonyms are? Antonyms are words that have opposite meanings. Here's a fun game to learn adjectives and their opposites. Just make pairs of antonyms and get to the next level. Watch out! The game gets more and more difficult.

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Friday, 14 February 2014

What are you going to watch?

Do you have a favourite TV show? Do you prefer games and quizzes or fiction? Do you watch the news every day? Do you watch TV just to spend some time or only if you're interested in the programme? Do you tend to do channel-hopping? Whatever your preferences are, try this game to check your vocabulary. Choose the programmes that fit the descriptions best. Good luck!

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Saturday, 8 February 2014

The Computer. Hovercraft Game

How much do you know about the parts of a computer? Can you answer the ten questions of the game below correctly? If you do so, you will have the chance to play The Hovercraft Racing game. The race lasts for ten laps. You have to drive as fast as possible in order to win. Press the up arrow to apply the thrust. Press the left and right arrows to turn. Remember this is just a virtual game. Things are much more dangerous in real life.

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The Computer. Vocabulary for CLIL and Bilingual programs

Technology is everywhere. You must know basic words about new technologies and these flashcards will surely help you learn them. When we are working with the computer, sometimes we only find information in English. So these words are important for everybody. Study the flashcards and play the games to practise.

Monday, 3 February 2014

Ghost Man. There is, There are, How much, How many.

Exercises with How much, How many, some, any, there is and there are may seem difficult at first but they aren't. I'm sure you can do this exercise easily as you play the game. Use the four arrow keys on your to control the Ghost Man and consume all the food in the maze. Escape from the ghosts or the Ghost Man will be caught! When the Ghost Man consumes the large red food he will become invincible for a while and can swallow the ghosts. By the way, you need to answer correctly to play; so read the questions carefully. Good luck!

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