Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Welcome to Al Dhafra Grade 6 English Blog!


Click here to play 'WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE GAME'





Sentences Worksheet

Complex Sentences Camp

Subordinate or Dependant clauses



Complex Sentences Bandstand 

Spotlight on Sentences Game

Is this a Compound Sentence?

What are character traits?

Character Traits Activity

Onomatopoeia!


What is onomatopoeia?

 Similes and Metaphors


Simile, Metaphor and Personification

Elements of the story:



Spelling Bee Practice 1


Spelling Bee Game 2

Click here to practice Spelling!

Fact Monster Spelling Bee


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Saturday, 3 May 2014

Thursday, 1 May 2014

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Oral Presentation


                          Oral Presentation

                                
Punctuation Game

Saturday, 12 April 2014

The All American Slurp

Teachers open the door. You enter by yourself. 
                               - Chinese Proverb


Compile a list of popular foods from different cultures in 3 minutes. 

Is it easy to move to a place with a new culture?

Lensey Namioka 
The All American Slurp


Buffet Etiquette

Click here to listen to the story 'The All American Slurp'

Let's play 'The All American Slurp Jeopardy'





Saturday, 22 March 2014

Play 'First Conditional Who Wants To Be A Millionaire' and other games!


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Radio Podcast by Alisar and Dana Qadhi (6 G1) 



First Conditional: Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Game



Click here to practice 'Passive Voice'

For changing sentences to 'Passive Voice', you must learn your VERB FORMS! 
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Colon Punctuation

The colon is one of the most helpful and easiest to use of all the punctuation marks. 

A colon really does only one thing: it introduces. 

It can introduce just about anything: a word, a phrase, a sentence, a quotation, or a list.

Ready for a test?



Monday, 10 March 2014

First Conditional

If : First Conditional


We use the first conditional to talk about actions or events in the future which are likely to happen or have a real possibility of happening.
The First Conditional has two parts:

1. Condition Part(If ...): We use only present simple in this part. Example: If I go...; If he goes...
2. Result Part (will ...): We use 'will + verb' to talk about the result.


If it rains tomorrow, I will stay at home.

-- I think there is a real possibility of rain tomorrow. In this condition, I will stay at home

If my father doesn't buy me a bike for my

 birthday, I will be very unhappy.

-- I think there is a real possibility that my father won't buy me a bike. In this condition, I will be unhappy. 


Look at these pictures and read the first conditional  statements. 


                Result part: I will go to Switzerland.

                Condition Part: If I save enough money


         Solve these and scroll down to check the answers:








Notice that you may start your statement with the condition part (If ...) or with the result part. However, if you start with the word 'If"(condition part), you will need a comma between the two parts.




Click on these links for First Conditional:


What is there in a First Conditional?



First Conditional link online Practice Link 1:

First Conditional link online Practice Link 2:

First Conditional link online Practice Link 3:

First Conditional link online Practice Link 4:

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