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Links

  1. Gijs Palsrok. Kijk in de lijst rechts voor grammatica-onderdelen.
  2. PowerPoint adjectives/adverbs.
  3. Answers to 'future' handout.
  4. Literature katern.

Lesson 12

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1. Lit A.

Beantwoord de onderstaande vragen met behulp van het literatuurkatern (x.co/katern).

  1. Wie regeerde(n) van 55vC tot ± 450 over Groot-Brittannië?
  2. Wat was er rond 450 aan de hand?
  3. Na het vertrek van de (zie antwoord bij vraag 1), werden de Keltisch-Romeninse inwoners van verschillende kanten belaagd. Door wie en waarom?
  4. Nadat de belagers (zie antwoord vraag 3) stopten met plunderen en verwoesten, begonnen ze zich te vestigen in Groot-Brittannië. Hoe lagen de machtsverhoudingen?
  5. Hoe was de situatie in Wales, Schotland en Cornwall?
  6. Hoe werd de Angelsaksische maatschappij bestuurd?
  7. Wat betekende ‘trouw’ in de Angelsaksische maatschappij?
  8. Vanaf de 7e eeuw namen naast de elite en de gewone mensen nog een groep een belangrijke plaats in in de Angelsaksische maatschappij. Wie?
  9. Hoe kwamen zij in Groot-Brittannië terecht en wat was hun taak?
  10. Aan het einde van de 6e en in de loop van de 7e eeuw deed het Christendom zijn intrede in Groot-Brittannië. Beschrijf het proces en de gevolgen.
  11. Wie was Beda (in het Engels ‘Bede’)?
  12. In welke talen werd er ten tijde van Beda in Groot-Brittannië geschreven?
  13. Wat is de ‘Anglo-Saxon Chronicle’?
  14. Het bekeren van het heidendom naar het Christendom gebeurde natuurlijk geleidelijk aan. De opgraving van Sutton Hoo in Suffolk getuigt van deze overgang. Leg uit.
  15. Wat gebeurde er in 793?
  16. Hoe kwam het dat de Vikingen zonder al te veel tegenstand Groot-Brittannië konden plunderen?
  17. In de loop der tijd kwamen er zelfs een paar Scandinavische koningen op de Angelsaksische troon. Hoe kon dat gebeuren?
  18. In 1066 kwam er een einde aan de Angelsaksische periode. Door wie? Hoe kon dit gebeuren?
  19. Bespreek het belang van Koning Alfred voor de Angelsaksische maatschappij.
2. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You may have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. The examples given early on lead up to a conclusion at 0m52. The conclusion is: If a person lies, it does not always lead to…
  2. Why is lying difficult to hide?
  3. List the (4) patterns that indicate a person lying.
  4. You could use the information from the video in (3) real-life situations, according to 5m19. What are they?

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Lesson 11

1. Grammar.
  1. Vul in. Jij moet twee werkwoorden in een werkwoordstijd zetten. Eén kolom is ingevuld. Soms moet het andersom: dan is een vervoeging gegeven en moet jij de werkwoordstijd benoemen. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.
# Tense to … to be
1 present simple he has he is
2 past perfect (to forget)
3 present perfect (to see)
4 Perry had lived
5 (to stalk) you were being
6 present perfect (to kill)
7 (to look at) I will be
8 (to cook) we are going to have been being
9 we were skiing
10 must have printed
2. Grammar.

Step Activity
1 Zoek zelfstandig naamwoord(en) voor een nieuw onderwerp. Begin je passieve zin hiermee.
2 Zet de persoonsvorm/tense van het originele hoofdww om naar een vorm van to be. Schrijf op.
3 Schrijf het voltooid deelwoord van het originele hoofdww.
4 Bekijk of er nog onderdelen uit de originele zin overgeschreven moeten worden.
  1. Make the sentences passive.
  2. Make passive.
  3. Convert active sentences into passives.
  4. Use the tense indicated in brackets.
3. Grammar.

Watch the clip. Find 3 active sentences to convert into passives. Also, find 3 passive sentences to convert into active sentences.

4. Done?
  1. Practice vocab. You could enter the words from Katern 2 Theme 4 into WRTS and practice.
  2. Battle irregular verbs against each other digitally! Type your names at the start and see who wins. Start the game.

Presentation

  1. Read the instructions.
  2. Pick a topic from the list and whether you want to be for or against. You can also pick a topic from sites like iDebate.
  3. Think of an introduction with a good opening statement (which includes an interesting opening line, relevance for you and the audience, why you picked the topic, the 'problem', the thesis statement).
  4. Research three pros and three cons, which you will refute.
  5. Write a conclusion, restating your pros, rebuttals, and thesis statement (in different wording, of course).

Lesson 10

0. Grammar.


rops enklish is not ferrie goet. maybe can you forbetter his englisch sinnen? pik tree en rewrait them intoo wel goet sentencen. use the inteligents out de past headpieces en de jears of englis in the underbuild. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You will probably have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. Forest fires can be started by a cigarette or a lightning strike. Use a dictionary to find out what other cause is given at 0m18.
  2. What 3 factors make it so that forest fires quickly escalate?
  3. One method firefighter use to combat forest fires is water. What 2 other methods do firefighters use?
  4. One method firefighter use to combat forest fires is water. Why do they use water? Give 2 reasons.
2. Grammar.

  1. A summary.
  2. Choose where words should be inserted.
  3. Last one.
3. Listening.


Listen to the recording above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. What are the (4) ineffective 'fences' mentioned in the first 20 seconds?
  2. What are the (3) effective 'fences' mentioned starting 0m40?
  3. What are the (2) reasons given for the fence described from 1m14 to 1m35?
4a. Grammar.

Below you will find answers. Write the questions that preceded them. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. I visited France during World War 2. (When…)
  2. America was founded by settlers from England. (Who…)
  3. The striker never scores, because he doesn't get decent service from his teammates. (Why…)
  4. Yes, he will do his homework this time, I promise.
  5. Millions of people watch the football show. (How…)
4b. Grammar.

Make the senteces below negative. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. He had seen such a beautiful person before.
  2. Perry likes apples.
  3. My friend caught the thief.
5. Done?
  1. Practice reading.

Lesson 9a

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0. Enquête.

Deze enquête is bedoeld om informatie te krijgen over hoe leerlingen denken over de lessen Engels van Thomas Vermeulen. De resultaten zullen gebruikt worden om de lessen te verbeteren. Vul de enquête serieus en eerlijk in. De enquête is anoniem. Het beantwoorden van de vragen zal maximaal 10 minuten kosten.

1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. Summer's zus heeft haar teddybeer…
  2. Wat zegt Olivia over edamame (='type voedsel')?
  3. Wanneer mag Tommy chocolade eten?
  4. Welk Engels woord gebruikt Tommy om zijn zussen te beschrijven?
  5. Olivia (2) komt vaak nooit aan spelen toe, omdat…
  6. Nathaniel wordt altijd gepest door zijn broer. Zijn broer pest hem door…
  7. Wat doet Nathaniel als hij gepest wordt?
  8. Wat zegt Alice over softballs?
2. Grammar.

  1. Turn positives into negatives.
  2. What auxiliary will you use?
3. Reading.


Watch the clip above, read this article and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to first lesson of next week.

  1. Explain how small the island is by using an example from the article.
  2. What are the islanders' jobs?
  3. "The island will remain the size it is now, because people that make the island smaller are arrested." True or false?
4. Reading.
  1. What were the dolphins at base 99727 first trained for?
    • A - to help destroy opponents’ ships
    • B - to help save human lives
    • C - to help search for missing ships
    • D - to help transport deep-sea divers
  2. Dolphins are very suitable for helping children with psychological problems. What is the reason for this?
    • A - Their sounds and movements have a healing effect.
    • B - They are quite playful and this appeals to the children.
    • C - They are very obedient and keep the children safe when swimming.
  3. ‘The courses could not have come at a better time for base 99727.’ (voorlaatste alinea)
    • Welk probleem is er voor basis 99727 met deze cursussen opgelost?
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5. Webquest.
  1. Use Google to answer the question:

All national flags have a shared characteristic, except for one country. What country's flag looks different from the others and therefore has a one-of-a-kind flag? Tips: Think of features flags can have. Google using a different word for one-of-a-kind.

6. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words and the Language Help for Katern 2 Theme 1 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 8.5

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You will probably have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. How do we know birds evolved from dinosaurs?
  2. How did the first feather probably come into being?
  3. What functions do feathers have?
  4. What was probably the function of a dinosaur's feathers'?
2. Grammar.
  1. Future 1.
  2. Future 2.
  3. Future 3.
3. ELO.
  1. Go to the Digitaal Materiaal via Magister. Log in, click on 'Leermiddelen', then 'Stepping Stones', choose 'Grammar Course 4 vwo', choose 'Theme 2' and do Word order: difficult.
4. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words and the Language Help for Theme 2 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 8

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1. Grammar.
  1. Word order.
  2. Word order 2.
  3. Future.
2. Dictionary exercise.

To prepare yourself for watching a TED Talk presentation, you are going to look up the meaning of these words first. Use a dictionary and write down the meaning of the word. If you already know the meaning of the words, write down the meaning anyway. In two cases I have already given you the meaning of the words. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. to uncover
  2. a teenage allowance
  3. landfill sites
  4. freeganism (look up the meaning of this word on the Internet)
  5. the extent of a problem
  6. a proxy way (een vervangende manier, op een andere manier)
  7. nutritional diet
  8. nutrional requirement
  9. dairy products
  10. to fatten livestock
  11. to increase
  12. gargantuan surpluses / on a gargantuan scale
  13. fossil fuel emissions
  14. bin inspections
  15. an abundance of waste
  16. to harvest
  17. to discard / discarded
  18. offal consumption
  19. to incinerate
  20. lettuce
  21. to domesticate
  22. deforestation
  23. anearobic digestion: anaërobe vergisting (vergisting d.m.v. bacteriën en zonder zuurstof)
  24. every cloud has a silver lining
  25. a terrestrial animal
3. TED Talk.


Watch the clip above. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. When Mr Stuart was a teenager he made some extra pocket money. What did he do?
  2. At what point did Mr Stuart realize that a lot of food was wasted?
  3. What exactly is freeganism and does Mr Stuart give an example of himself being a freegan? Explain.
  4. Does Mr Stuart think a waste-free world is possible?
  5. At some point in his talk Mr Stuart says that America produces twice the amount of food its population needs. At a later point he claims (beweert) that America has four times the amount of food it needs. Can you explain? (Hint: animals!)
  6. By 2050 how many people does Mr Stuart think will there be on our planet?
  7. Mr Stuart says that we are reaching the ecological limits that our planet can bear. In your own words, explain what he means and what has the number of people on our planet got to do with those limits?
  8. What has refrigeration got to do with food waste?
  9. Mr Stuart calls livestock inefficient animals. Why does he call them inefficient?
  10. Mr Stuart talks about the crusts of bread and sandwiches in supermarkets and sandwich shops. What did he notice? What point is he trying to make?
  11. Farmers, Mr Stuart says, throw away sometimes a third or even more of their harvest because of cosmetic standards. What does he mean? Give four examples of products being thrown away because of these so-called cosmetic standards.
  12. What is offal consumption? What has happened to offal consumption in Britain and America in the last thirty years? Can you think of an explanation for this? (Mr Stuart does not give the answer directly, so you have to think about this yourself.)
  13. What is Mr Stuart’s experiment with those three lettuces meant to illustrate? (difficult question!)
  14. Mr Stuart says that: "we domesticated pigs to turn food waste back into food. And yet, in Europe, that practice has become illegal since 2001 as a result of the foot-and-mouth outbreak." What did we do in the past and why do we no longer do that? What is Mr Stuart’s point here? What, according to Mr Stuart, is it another example of?
  15. Try to find out what ‘dumpster diving’ is. Perhaps you already know, but explain in English. You may find this link and this link interesting.
4. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words and the Language Help for Theme 2 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 7

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1. Reading.
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Answer the questions below using this article. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. Hoe werd de grot ontdekt?
  2. Waren de opgravers Matt en Lisa meteen enthousiast toen ze hoorden dat er een grot ontdekt was?
  3. Hoe oud is de grot?
  4. Is de vondst wel of niet belangrijk? Noem een voorbeeld uit de tekst om je antwoord te onderbouwen.
  5. Van welke dieren zijn in de grot sporen gevonden?
  6. Deze grot is de eerste met een internetverbinding. Waarvoor wordt die gebruikt?
  7. Welke wetenschappelijke methodes zijn gebruikt om de leeftijd van de grot te bepalen?
  8. Er worden plannen uitgevoerd om de grot te verbouwen. Wat zal er worden gebouwd?
  9. Kun je de grot op dit moment bezoeken?
2. Watching.


Watch the clip above. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. Hoe heet het principe waardoor de man veilig kan werken? Geef kort aan wat er nodig is zodat het principe werkt.
  2. Waar is zijn pak van gemaakt?
  3. Waarom wordt de stroom niet van de lijn gehaald tijdens werkzaamheden?
3. Grammar.
  1. Choose carefully. Will or to be going to?
  2. A good exercise to see where you stand.
4. ELO.
  1. Go to the Digitaal Materiaal via Magister. Log in, click on 'Leermiddelen', then 'Stepping Stones', choose 'Grammar Course 4 vwo', choose 'Theme 2' and do Future: difficult.
5. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words and the Language Help for Theme 2 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material. The test on the words for Theme 2 is on November 17th.

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Lesson 6

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. Describe Owen's condition.
  2. What is the negative consequence of Owen's condition?
  3. How did Haatchi lose his leg?
  4. Where did Owen's family 'meet' Haatchi?
  5. Name 3 signs that show Haatchi and Owen's family belong together (2m13-4m06).
  6. What 2 positive consequences has Haatchi's presence brought (4m55)?
  7. What activity does Owen's mum describe at 6m05?
2. Grammar.
  1. Future 1.
  2. Future 2.
  3. Future 3. You may use the present continuous as well.
3. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words and the Language Help for Theme 2 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 5

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and do the exercise below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

Words to help
to communicate communiceren, praten
to generate maken
to protect beschermen
to warn waarschuwen
turf territorium
to continue doorgaan
to surface bovenkomen
to defend beschermen
to attract aantrekken
attractive aantrekkelijk
populations bevolking
to disable uitschakelen
to detect ontdekken
  1. Wat is de functie van de geluiden die een olifant maakt?
  2. Wat is de functie van de geluiden die een howler monkey (='brulaap') maakt?
  3. Hoe lang zingt de kakapo?
  4. Waar verblijven cicadas 17 jaar lang voordat ze tevoorschijn komen?
  5. Welke twee functies heeft het geluid van coqui kikker?
  6. Waarom maken vleermuizen geluid?
  7. Wat gebeurt zodat vleermuizen niet doof worden van hun eigen geluid?
2. Grammar.


Watch the clip above.

  1. Exercise on the future.
  2. Word order.
3. Grammar.


Watch the clip above and identify three sentences that have an incorrect word order. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

4. ELO.
  1. Go to the Digitaal Materiaal via Magister. Log in, click on 'Leermiddelen', then 'Stepping Stones', choose 'Grammar Course 4 vwo', choose 'Theme 2 Identity' and do Future: instaptoets.
5. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words and the Language Help for Theme 2 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 4

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. What were the doctors' predictions?
  2. How does Cayden show his excitement? Name 2 examples.
  3. How's LeBron's going to use this story?
2. Grammar.
  1. Adverb or adjective.
  2. Make the verbs into noun, adjective, or adverb.
  3. BOSS LEVEL adverbs.
  4. Present perfect or past simple?
  5. An exercise similar to the one in the test.
3. ELO.
  1. Go to the Digitaal Materiaal via Magister. Log in, click on 'Leermiddelen', then 'Stepping Stones', choose 'Theme 1', and do Extra practice grammar.
  2. Then, do Extra practice vocabulary.
4. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words for Theme 1 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.
  2. Study the irregular verbs.

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Lesson 3

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. The boys worry about how things will be once they get to America. What concerns do they have?
  2. What are they taught at 1m10-1m47?
  3. The boys have had some bad experiences with regard to interaction with Americans. What do they find a 'shame'?
  4. The boys have had some trouble with the police. What exactly occurred?
2. Grammar.
  1. Complete the sentences.
  2. Choose past or present.
  3. Play the game.
  4. Exercise on adverbs.
3. Exercise.
Fill in the grid below. Make past into present and vice versa. Place an event in a different timeframe. Of course, use different tenses for different situations. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.
# Past simple Present perfect
0 Peter lost his shoe when he was on holiday in China. Peter has lost his shoe. He has gone to buy a new pair.
1 I have broken my leg, so I cannot join you.
2 He was admitted to an insane asylum in 1999.
3 During the blackout, a burglar snuck into the room unseen.
4 Four red cards have been issued over the course of this match.
5 Last year's edition of the Cannes film festival, I won an award for my performance.
6 The world has now become a desolate wasteland with few survivors.
7 Police tried all they could to restrain him, but it was no use.
4. Irregular verbs.
  1. Make pairs. Battle against each other. Type your names and see who wins. Start the game. You can also practice alone, if you wish.
5. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words for Theme 1 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 2

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and do the exercise below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.

  1. Where does Michael live? Why does he think it's luxurious?
  2. What does Michael say about his girlfriend?
  3. If Michael wins, what are the rewards? Name two.
2. Grammar.

Ligt de focus op de situatie nu? Present perfect. Ligt de focus op het verleden of staat er een tijdsbepaling in de zin? Past simple.

  1. In this exercise give details from a past event. (Use the past simple only).
  2. Choose between past simple and present perfect.
  3. By now, this exercise should give you few problems.
3. Reading.
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  1. Use this article to look up the answers to the question below. Do not read the entire article and do not translate the article. Write answers down and bring to next class.
  2. Stairwells, wenteltrappen, van kastelen werden op een speciale manier gebouwd. Welke twee architectonische foefjes hielpen de kasteeleigenaren om veroveraars buiten te houden?
4. Reading.
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  1. Read the text above and answer the questions here.
5. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words for Theme 1 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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Lesson 1

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1. Watching.


Watch the clip above and answer the questions below. Write answers down and bring to next lesson. You will probably have to look up a word or two from the video. Use a dictionary.

  1. Why doesn't Leon have fingers?
  2. Which (2) people worked to develop the prosthetic?
  3. How does a 3D printer work?
  4. How much money did Leon save?
2. Grammar.
  1. Practice questions and negations in the past simple using this exercise. Remember: did + 'hele werkwoord'. Irregular verbs will feature in the test. You need to study them.
  2. Choose between past simple and present perfect.
3. Translation.
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  1. Translate the above comic strip into Dutch. Bring your translation to the next lesson. It's your homework!
4. Pitfalls.
  1. Pitfalls (='instinkers'). Choose the correct alternative in the exercise below. Any difficulties? Ask Mr Vermeulen. Write answers down and bring to next lesson.
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5. Done?
  1. Practice your vocab. You could enter the words for Theme 1 into WRTS and practice. Alternatively, you can practice on the Digital Material.

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