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FEBRUARY MONTHLY PLAN

WEEK ONE




Lesson 126

Describing females: 1st grid and homework exercise

Lesson 127

Describing females: 2nd grid and homework exercise

Lesson 128

Describing females: 3rd grid

Lesson 129

Writing a horror story

Lesson 130

Describing females: 4th grid

WEEK TWO




Lesson 131

Describing a witch:

Lesson 132

Describing females: 5th grid

Lesson 133

Recap on describing females

Lesson 134

Scribble box for best ideas

Lesson 135

Fun crossword to make up

WEEK THREE




Lesson 136

Describing males: 1st grid

Lesson 137

Using a thesaurus

Lesson 138

Describing males: 2nd grid

Lesson 139

Describing trolls

Lesson 140

Describing males: 3rd grid

WEEK FOUR




Lesson 141

Describing a desert

Lesson 142

Describing males: 4th grid

Lesson 143

Writing a sports essay

Lesson 144

Describing males: 5th grid

Lesson 145

Recap with male and female Wordsearch

It is a good idea to encourage the visual aspect of famous people in this module. Ask the students to cut out pictures of their idols and paste them into a copy. They can then write their descriptions underneath. Although the lessons are becoming intense, take all the time the children need to enjoy the lessons and find their feet at this level. They will love this module.

A man once told the Buddha: “I want happiness.”

The Buddha replied: “First remove ‘I’. That’s ego.

“Then remove ‘want’. That’s desire.”

And now all you’re left with is happiness.

Keep moving so the bastards can’t catch ya.” Roddy Doyle’s advice to teenagers.

Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING FEMALES : 1st GRID

Lesson number: 126 (a)

Definition: Truth is hidden, but nothing is more beautiful than the truth.



Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

astral

mocha




unearthly

stellar




algid

coral




astronomical

nymph




gelid

hour glass




hard tack

pixie




cosmic

Valkyrie






mocha-brown eyes

gem-green eyes

coral-black hair

copper-brown hair

jewel-blue eyes

clear skin

mercury-red hair

Valkyrie-gold hair

a songbird’s voice

kidult clothes

a swan’s neck

piano key teeth

a stellar smile

moon round eyes

sugar plum lips

sea nymph ears

film star fingernails

spider’s-leg eyelashes

a bumblebee waist

an hour glass figure

a pixie’s nose

pencil thin eyebrows

glowing complexion

super student ideas



Date: __/__/__

Title: FEMALES : HOMEWORK

Lesson number: 126 (b)

You met a girl when you were in Spain. She was so beautiful that you jotted down a list of her qualities. Fill them in properly and use a different word or phrase on the right hand side.

(OTHER WORD OR PHRASE)

1. She had j_w_l-blue eyes. (gemstone-blue eyes )

2. Her hair was c_r_l-black. (any black colour )

3. She had glowing, c_e_r skin. (flawless/peerless etc. )

4. She spoke as sweetly as a s_n_b_rd sings. (robin/blackbird etc. )

5. She had a st_l_ar smile. (cosmic/galactic etc. )

6. I noticed she wore ki_u_t clothes. (grungy/youthful etc. )

7. Her eyes were m_on r_u_d. (Saturn/lunar etc. )

8. She had a s_a_’s neck. (elegant/graceful etc. )

9. She had s_g_r pl_m lips. (sweet/sugar-candy etc. )

10. Her teeth were like a line of p_a_o k_ys. (ivory/pearly etc. )

11. She had s_a n_m_h ears. (a pixie’s/a hobbit’s etc. )

12. Her fingernails were as bright as a fi_m s_a_s. (starlet’s/celeb’s etc. )

13. She had a p_x_e’s nose. (pert/button etc. )

14. Her sp_d_r’s leg eyelashes were s_e_k and gl_s_y. (beetle’s leg/finespun/silky )

15. They fluttered under her pe_c_l th_n eyebrows. (arched/curved etc. )

16. She had a b_m_l_b_e waist. (wasp-waisted/hour glass etc. )

17. I loved her glowing c_mp_e_i_n. (skin tone/tinge etc. )

18. She had an h_ur g_a_s figure. (curvy/shapely etc. )

19. She flashed me a win_i_g smile. (beaming/magnetic etc. )

20. It was heart-m_l_i_g. (stopping/pounding etc. )



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

1)
2)


1)

MAIN LESSON

OTHER RESOURCES

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)

1) Think of a famous person that these words could apply to. Get an image of that person. Then make out a list of her character descriptions in bullet points underneath the image. Compile a word bank of that her personality traits also by typing in:

638 primary personality traits to:



ideonomy.mit.edu

The students can choose the words they are most comfortable with.




PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1)
2)




OBSERVATIONS:



Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING FEMALES: 2nd GRID

Lesson number: 127 (a)

Definition: A fool does not need any bells.

Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

mocha

opal




stellar

beryl




coral

solar




nymph

millpond




hour glass

jasper




pixie

mint




Valkyrie

dewpond






she answered

she replied

she hinted

she insisted

she explained

she responded

she demanded

she suggested

duck-egg blue

heavenly-blue

galaxy-blue

chemical-blue

robin’s-egg blue

divine-blue

solar-blue

plasma-blue

sea-green

mint-green

paradise-green

beryl-green

lake-green

forest-green

mist valley-green

jasper-green

doe shaped

saucer shaped

orb round

dew pond round

almond shaped

Saturn shaped

opal round

millpond round

vibrant clothes

bee stung lips

bubbly personality

electric personality

retro clothes

Cupid’s bow lips

joyous personality

magnetic personality



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

1)
2)


1)

MAIN LESSON

OTHER RESOURCES

1)
2)
3)
4)


1) A fuller list of character descriptions may now be put underneath an image of a different female. Images can also be accessed by typing in Beautiful women to:

shutterstock.com


PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1)
2)




OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: FEMALES: HOMEWORK

Lesson number: 127 (b)

You are walking on a beach. You see a woman and you admire her beauty. Then you see a shark’s fin behind her and plunge into the sea to help. Use the words and phrases from previous chapters to create a very sensory story. Fill in the blanks to write your version of it.

INTRO: I was on vacation in Florida when it happened. I was walking on the eiderdown soft beach and lapping up the sights and smells. The sea was a perfect, nautical-blue and the waves were gently washing onto the beach. I could smell the aroma of hot dogs and burgers in the air. I bought one and it tasted galactic.

PAR 1: I decided to sit down and watch the surfers for a while. Just then the most beautiful woman I have ever seen passed me by. Her eyes pierced right through me. They were a bewitching, robin’s-egg blue and almond shaped. She had bee-stung lips and they were lava-red. It was a heart-clamping moment when she nodded at me. She seemed to know everyone and had a bubbly personality.

PAR 2: I lay back on the sand with my elbows propping me up. They burned like embers but I didn’t mind. I was going to stay here a while. I drank in all the sights and sounds around me. The horizon was like a long plumb line of perfection. Boats were bobbing up and down in the distance and a flock of seagulls were squabbling far out to sea. The surfers all had bronzed skin and looked sporty. They whooped and hollered with excitement when they caught a good wave. I think we all realised we were holidaying in paradise.

PAR 3: Then I blinked. I rubbed my eyes. What was that shape under the water? It looked like a shark. My eyes were blurry from the sun tan lotion but then I saw it again. It was a gut wrenching moment when I saw a fin rise slowly out of the water and move towards the surfers. My pulse was quickened and my blood froze. I jumped up and down and screamed at the surfers to get out of the water. They couldn’t hear me. I waved my arms frantically but they still didn’t notice. The other people on the beach were staring at me as if I were a madman. I didn’t care. I started to run.

PAR 4: The water was Cossack cold when I plunged into it. My heart felt as if it would burst and I didn’t know if I wanted to reach the surfers in time or not. Coming between a shark and his prey was not very sensible. My head was crashing against the waves and I could see the sand below me getting lower and lower. I was well out to sea when I poked my head up. To my dismay, there was no one around me. The surfers had all left! They must have been warned by the other beachgoers. I was alone. Then a fin rose not fifty yards away me and begin to circle. In panic, I turned and swam back towards the shore. To this day, I can never forget the feeling of terror that I felt.

CONCLUSION: I found out later that I was saved by a boat. In Florida, they patrol the waters with armed lifeguards. The next day, the local newspapers reported that they had shot a 17-foot tiger shark. On a positive note, I’m now married to the woman with the captivating, jewel-blue eyes. We still laugh about it to this day.

Date: __/__/__

Title: DESCRIBING FEMALES: 3rd GRID

Lesson number: 128

Definition: He who perseveres, conquers.

Spelling revision

New words

Dictionary definitions, corrections, and synonyms.

opal

ebony




beryl

ringlets




solar

sable




millpond

velour




jasper

tresses




mint

nougat




dewpond

gloss






she added

she stated

she announced

she observed

she continued

she commented

she declared

she remarked

raven-black

velvet-black

sable-black

midnight-black

coral-black

gloss-black

ebony-black

panther-black

coconut-brown

biscuit-brown

walnut-brown

caramel-brown

chestnut-brown

wafer-brown

nougat-brown

cinnamon-brown

crashed upon

swooped over

toppled over

spiralled over

tumbled over

plunged over

cascaded over

plummeted over

lush hair

tresses of hair

curtained her face

velvet soft

luscious hair

ringlets of hair

wreathed her face

velour soft



AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

INTERNET RESOURCES

1)
2)

1)

MAIN LESSON

OTHER RESOURCES

1)
2)
3)
4)
5)

1) Look up the black/brown/gold/ colours covered in previous chapters and apply them to a character description. Get the students to discover how many ways they can use them with a female character. Make a much more detailed character description using the first three combined grids.

PLENARY/LEARNING OUTCOMES

HOMEWORK IF REQUIRED

1)
2)




OBSERVATIONS:

Date: __/__/__

Title: WRITING A HORROR STORY

Lesson number: 129


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