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SWEET TASTES

BITTER TASTES

SAVOURY

SALTY TASTES

caramel sweet

acrid

delicious

brackish

candy sweet

like battery acid

exquisite

briny

confectionery sweet

biting

extravagant

coppery

glucose sweet

caustic

intoxicating

saline

honeycomb sweet

ghoulish

lavish

HOT LIQUIDS: tea etc.

meringue sweet

metallic

luscious

like drinking Greek fire (too hot)

nougat sweet

tangy

lush

as hot as lava

sherbet sweet

tart

scrumptious

like drinking moonflame (tasty)

syrup sweet

tasted of troll

toothsome

like drinking starlight (yummy)

tutti-fruity taste of

vampirish

wholesome

as hot as sunfire



SWEET SMELLS

BAD SMELLS

CONIFEROUS

DECIDUOUS

aloe Vera sweet

festering

amber aroma of

clay-rich

like baked apples

fetid

glycerine smell of

earthy

blossom sweet

musty

gummy scent of

loamy

jasmine sweet

pong of

medicinal smell of

mushroomy

meadow sweet

rancid

minty tint of

mulchy

myrrh sweet

rank

pine fragrance

oaken

nectarine sweet

toxic

resin scent

organic

pollen sweet

ungodly

sap sweet

peaty

saccharine sweet

vile

starch sweet

seasoned

treacle sweet

yucky

thyme sweet

woody



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

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MAIN LESSON

OTHER RESOURCES

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1) TI: Alphabetical list of fragrances to:

anovelideaco.com
It gives images to go with the foods and flowers it recommends as sweet smells.



PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1)




Date: __/__/__

Title: PULSE WORDS

Lesson number: 121



PHYSICAL GOOD

PHYSICAL BAD

SPIRITUAL GOOD

SPIRITUAL BAD

eye-opening

bladder-emptying

heart-haunting

ego-crushing

eye-watering

blood-curdling

mind-blowing

heart-sickening

eye-widening

eye-popping

soul-glowing

joy-killing

fist-pumping

hair-raising

soul-nourishing

mind-melting

goose bumps

hand-wringing

soul-refreshing

mind-numbing

heart-racing

heart-clenching

soul-soothing

nightmare-inspiring

pulse-quickening

marrow-freezing

soul-stirring

soul-numbing

skin-tingling

skin-crawling

soul-swelling

soul-freezing

spine-tingling

spine-chilling

spirit-kindling

spirit-biting

jaw-dropping

vein-freezing

spirit-lifting

spirit-killing



SOUNDS OF SPRING

SOUNDS OF SUMMER

SOUNDS OF AUTUMN

WINTER WINDS

bleating lambs

chattering starlings

booming thunder

battering

bumbling bees

chittering swallows

cawing crows

bawling

burbling streams

cooing pigeons

chirruping songbirds

bellowing

buzzing midges

fluting songbirds

clip-clopping hooves

blasting

caroling dawn chorus

huffing breezes

crumbling leaves

caterwauling

cheeping chicks

lisping rills

droning dragonflies

flaying

chirring grasshoppers

lowing cows

hooting owls

lashing

humming mowers

mumbling bees

keening winds

mangling

plinking raindrops

nuzzling foals

lilting tones of

mewling

pumping heart of

piping robins

muffled forest sounds

roaring

sighing winds

purling rivers

phut-phut of nuts

screaming

snipping shears

quivering wheat fields

pulsing soul of

screeching

sputtering rain

soughing winds

sissing rain

shrieking

splashing trout

sprinkling hoses

snuffling noses

slashing

swishing cow tails

thrumming heart of

squelching feet

snarling

tintinnabulation of

trilling thrushes

wheezing winds

wailing

warbling songbirds

whittling gardeners

whimpering winds

walloping

whinnying foals

whizzing falling stars

whirling leaves

whining

whirring dragonflies

wobbling ice creams

whispering wheat fields

yammering

yelping fox cubs

zinging raindrops

yawning winds

yowling



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

1) To create story using these words.




MAIN LESSON

OTHER RESOURCES

1) Get students to fill in the grids.




PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1) Students will love making a story from the grids.




Date: __/__/__

Title: ASSOCIATIVE LEARNING

Lesson number: 122

Fill in the blanks by finding the links between the words. LINK WORDS

1. To run is to walk as to jump is to hop. infinitives

2. Peony is to fucshia as orchid is to calamine. flowers

3. Toxic is to pong as waft is to whiff. smells

4. Zombie is to quicklime as bleach is to fang. colours

5. I’ll is to you’ll as we’ll is to they’ll. contractions

6. Beeswax is to flaxen as moonglow is to starbeam. colours

7. Woe is to sorrow as lonely is to forlorn. assonance

8. Wrinkled is to rugose as crinkled is to rumpled. mountains

9. Time is to place as manner is to degree. types of adverbs

10. Divine is to unearthly as galactic is to stellar. tastes

11. Punching is to piercing as stabbing is to spearing. mountains

12. Algid is to gelid as numbing is to piercing cold

13. Clapping is to booming as rumbling is to bellowing sounds

14. Drifted is to drafted as ghosted is to glided smell movements

15. Heather is to juniper as orpine is to mulberry colours

16. Carnival is to festival as prism is to spectrum. Find the link

17. Freezing is to pinching as arctic is to Siberian. Find the link

18. Blew is to carried as strayed is to floated. Find the link

19. Crashing is to roaring as growling is to grumbling. Find the link

20. Craggy is to crumpled as gnarled is to grizzled. Find the link





Date: __/__/__

Title: SCRIBBLE BOX FOR BEST IDEAS

Lesson number: 123



CHRISTMAS LIGHTS REFLECTING




SOUNDS IN THE HOUSE




IMAGES IN THE HOUSE




MAGICAL WORDS GRID




THE CHRISTMAS FIRE




EMOTIONAL SENSATIONS




SMELL




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Date: __/__/__

Title: MAKE A MOUNTAIN CROSSWORD

Lesson number: 124

Ask your teacher for guidance if you need it. This exercise should be done with a partner.



























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Date: __/__/__

Title: TRUE OR FALSE QUIZ

Lesson number: 125

1. The wren is the smallest bird in Ireland. 2. There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on earth. 3. There is a species of jellyfish that is immortal. 4. A typical lead pencil can draw a line 35 miles long. 5. The average chocolate bar has 8 insect legs in it. 6. Most humans alive today have never made a phone call. 7. Alcohol kills more people than all the illegal drugs combined. 8. It takes about 63,000 trees to make the average edition of The New York Times. 9. Giraffes can go without water longer than camels. 10. Cancer has only been a human disease since approximately 1,600 B.C. 11. There are more people alive on the planet now than the total that have ever died in Earth’s history. 12. The total weight of all ants on Earth is heavier than the total weight of humans. 13. Most mass whale beachings are caused by sonar from big ships and poisoning from chemicals. 14. The largest living thing on Earth is a mushroom 3 and a half miles in diameter. 15. If you hit your skate off the ice you can tell how safe it is. An A note is good, E is bad. 16. Falling coconuts kill more people every year than sharks. 17. There are more mobile phones than toothbrushes in the world. 18. Honey discovered in the Egyptian pyramids is still edible today. 19. Bananas are a berry. 20. Horses cannot breathe through their mouths. 21. The biggest squid ever caught was 33 feet long. 22. An owl’s night vision is only 2.7 times greater than ours but his hearing is 10 times better. 23. Humans in peak condition can outrun any animal on earth in a marathon. 24. The average teenager today would beat 98% of the 1910 adult population in an I.Q. test. 25. Shakespeare had one split infinitive in his writings: “Thy pity may deserve to pitied be.”

These are ALL TRUE except for number 1. The answer is the goldcrest.



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

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2)

1)

MAIN LESSON

OTHER RESOURCES

1)
2)
3)
4)

1)



PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1)



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