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 15 december 2016

Moose Warning

A moose is a large deer. A male moose is called a bull, a female moose is called a cow, and a young moose is called a calf. A group of moose is called a herd. The plural form of moose is "moose."
This week, people in Canada were warned about moose licking cars. These moose can get aggressive.

Read the following words and phrases and their definitions.
  • catch on - learn or understand something
  • potassium - a mineral that the body needs to work normally; found in (dried) fruits, all sorts of vegetables, and more. kalium
  • calcium - another mineral that the body needs; found in milk, cheese and such, also in nuts, beans, broccoli, and more.
  • magnesium - and yet another important mineral; found in nuts, seeds, fish, avocados, yogurt, dark chocolate, and more.
  • popsicle - a piece of flavored ice or ice cream on a stick
First read the assignment. Next watch the video. Take notes to help you do the assignment.

  1. “Our little calf is catching on pretty quick.”
    Explain what this sentence means.

  2. Why do the moose like to lick the car?

  3. Is it healthy for the moose to lick the car?
    Explain your answer.

  4. “It’s like my car is a popsicle.”
    Explain what this sentence means.