Actueel lesmateriaal voor lesmethodes Engels van Malmberg

Welkom op de blogspot Engels van uitgeverij Malmberg voor gebruikers van All right!, Realtime en Of Course! U vindt hier actuele video's voorzien van opdrachten, voor verschillende vaardigheden en op verschillende ERK-niveaus. Leuk én leerzaam om de les mee te beginnen of af te sluiten!
Daarnaast maakt Malmberg verschillende keren per jaar een actuele leesopdracht voor Engels, afwisselend op niveau A2, B1 en B2. U vindt ze hier.

donderdag 17 maart 2016


Easter is coming up. What do you do for Easter? Get inspired by the video.

Read the following words and phrases and their definitions.
  • string - a thin piece of twisted thread that you use to attach things, tie things together, or hang things
  • cardboard roll - a long piece of stiff and thick kind of paper that is rolled to form the shape of a tube or ring
  • individually wrapped - each item covered in a seperate piece of paper
  • inflate - to become larger by being filled with air
  • glue - a substance used to stick things tightly together
  • squirt - to push a liquid out through a small opening by force
  • lattice - a frame or structure made of crossed wood, metal strips or any other material
First read the assignment. Next watch the video. Take notes to help you do the assignment.

  1. Make a list of all the material you need to make a string Easter egg.

  2. What can you do to make sure all the sweets fall into the balloon?

  3. What can you do if the glue is too thick?

  4. Why should you leave the end of the string hanging out of the bowl?

  5. What do you do if the string becomes knotted?

  6. How long does it take for the glue to dry?

  7. How do you remove the balloon from inside the string Easter egg?

  8. How do you get the chocolate out of your string Easter egg?

Extra speaking assignment
Watch the video once more.
- Listen carefully to the instructions.
- Write down the main points.
- Organize the information into 8 steps.
- Explain how to make the string Easter egg in your own words.
- Use your notes to make sure you don’t forget any of the 8 steps.