3º ciclo, level 5, level 5, level 5

Mission 2: A survey about frecuency

They got it! Mission 2 is over.

In this new mission, students in Level 5 found out about the frecuency students in Level 6 do something at the weekend and wrote a short report.

Nesta ocasión, os alumnos de 5º averiguaron a frecuencia coa que os alumnso de 6º fan unha actividade durante o fin de semans e escribiron un pequeno informe. Para iso, tiñan que superar estes niveis:

To do so, they had to beat different levels working in pairs:

Level 1: Select a survey topic and write a questionare.

In this level, I previously explain what a survey is and why people do them. Furthermore, we learnt how to plan a survey.

Neste nivel, previamente expliqueilles que era unha enquisa e porqué se facían, Asemade, aprendemos cales eran os pasos fundamentales a seguir cando planificamos unha enquisa.

The main aim in this level was each pair to use their initiative to choose a survey topic and write the appropiate question.

Primeiro, tiveron que empregar a súa iniciativa para escoller o tema da súa enquisa e escribir a pregunta apropiada.

Level 2: Interview students in Level 6

Students used a tally chart as a method to collect information they needed. Then, counting the tally marks , they had to represent the information using a pie chart or a bar graph as instruments to help us understand the information.

The aim of this level was to develop children mathematical skills when they doing a tally chart and converting the data into a pie chart.

Para realizar este nivel, as parellas empregaron unha táboa de conteo como método para recoller a información e, para representar a información podían empregar ou unha gráfica de barras ou unha gráfica circular. O obxectivo neste nivel era desenvolver as súas habilidades en matemáticas.

Level 3: Write a draft.

Level 4: Prepare the report.

Level 5: Make an oral presentation.


3º ciclo, likes and dislikes, ORAL GAMES: liske and dislikes

Oral games in EFL Level 5

Games are an essential part of teaching English as a foreing language. They can be used to warm up the class before our lesson begins, during the lesson to give students a break or to reinforce one subject, or even at the end of class when we have a few minutes left. The list of EFL games is endless and they can be used to test vocabulary, practice conversing, learn tense,…

Here you have some games we use for revising vocabulary related to books and films genres. They are also perfect for practicing grammar(likes and dislikes), tenses and speaking and listening.


This is a previuos activity used to engage and motivate before starting each lesson as an element of our gamification. Students have to answer or ask their teacher a question in order to get “checkpoints” on their passport.

It is a great way of testing what your students learnt about the subject worked on previous lessons. It allows them to learn from their classmates as well as they have to stay focusing on the activity in order to achieve the best results.

When use it? Before the lesson

Why use it? Grammar, vocabulary, oral skills, students’ attention, learn to learn


This is a pair work activity which students have to complete the missing information by asking a series of yes/no questions and giving information about people’s interest.

Oral game from Go far 5! Macmillan

In this pair work activity students will complete the missing information by asking about people’s interest.

When use it? during the lesson/end of the lesson

Why use it? Grammar, vocabulary, oral skills, listening comprehension, speaking


This is a really fun way to end a lesson. In this speaking work game, students play a board game where they will practice and review what they have learnt in this unit. Divide the class into pairs and give each group a copy of the game board( better A3), a dice and counters. They then take it in turns to roll the dice and move their counter along the board. When one student lands on a square, he/she has to ask his/her classmate a question. If the student can’t answer the question, he/she misses a turn.

When use it? end of the lesson/unit

Why use it? Grammar, vocabulary, oral skills