Wearable computers? Just wait…

12-Sep-2012

This week’s news item, adapted for Macmillan English Campus from a news article originally published in the Guardian Weekly, is ‘smart clothes’ that perform like computers.

You can find this story in the News Items section on your Work Area screen.

Here are descriptions of this week’s activities for each language level:

Easy:
 Choosing sentences about the news item that are correct
 Matching words or phrases from the news item with their definitions

Average:
• Choosing sentences about the news item that are correct
• Matching words or phrases from the news item with their definitions
• Choosing the correct words to make compound nouns

Difficult:
• Choosing sentences about the news item that are correct
• Matching words or phrases from the news item with their definitions
• Choosing the correct sentence halves to make compound nouns

 

September word games

This month’s Witch’s Pot topics are ‘expresions about computers and the internet’ (Easy), ‘verbs you can use in different situations instead of “see”’ (Average) and ‘words or expressions meaning changed in quality or quantity’ (Difficult).

The Swamp Disaster topics are ‘words to describe things’ (Easy), ‘family members’ (Average) and ‘things people do’ (Difficult).

The Wordsearch topics are ‘adjectives describing people’s appearance’ (Easy), ‘words relating to food’ (Average) and ‘adjectives describing character’ (Difficult).

There are new Crosswords and Bridge Builders at all levels too.

Visit the Word Games area to find them all.

Sarah

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