Tune: Chick, Chick, Chick, Chick, Chicken (Lay a Little Egg for Me). Give teams a point per word and a bonus point for the longest. This is Cadbury Land! From trucks to prickly trees When you eat your Smarties (Wife goes out leaving husband indoors — meets neighbour at the gate). Although I do not really feel interested in most activities, few are really nice. Everyone’s a fruit and nut case, Juicy fruit adds to your fun Good, rich and thick, a milk chocolate brick Record producer: I think we’ll take a break! Gimme Mint Cracknel and I don’t care Cadbury’s Milk Tray, If the sweetening is being done for love, you can use a red ink pen. What tasty, light, and golden crisps we’d be! I’ve got those — can’t get enough of those Bl-u-u-u-e…. Soon as that thick Cadbury’s milk chocolate melts with that dreamy caramel — you just have to take things really easy! 2: When I’m really hungry Marathon is just right — it’s absolutely perfect! “Like a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do, man!”, Voice-over: No three things are quite as good together as a … Isn’t it strange how the simple combination of — Get on board with the Double Deckers! Is that a Toffee Crisp you chew-chew? For when I swing she gives me some It’s a hit with everyone. “My mummy says I should realize See if the class can find a valid sequence together. covered in creamy milk chocolate. Fold upon fold of creamy milk chocolate. Announcer: Maltesers, the chocolates with the less fattening centres. This can take a lot longer to play than traditional tic tac toe, but it is also more exciting and more dynamic. It’s Snack time! He triggers and escapes from lots of booby-traps before discovering the chocolate orange). During my senior…” I discovered this great activity at BusinessEnglishResources.com. Quality, Quality, Quality Street, Fascists have *always* laid out exactly what they plan to do and how they plan to do it well in advance of doing it. We wanna be Smi-iths crisps, we wanna be Smi-iths crisps, Thank you very, very, very — very, very, very, very, A man is saying ’bye to his lady friend through the train window. Toffee Crisp at sixpence a bar. Marathon is marvellous If you like this activity try doing a guess the sound quiz. To blackbirds in a pie, Lettin’ it all hang out, For example: ?teemotekiltsomuoydluowohw. As if one had a title! Finest chocolates, creamy milk, Maltesers — it’s the honeycomb middle that weighs so little. Student D: Unfortunately, he’s lost his mind and doesn’t have any money. Teddy Boy and the rest of the courtroom sing to the tune of Barbara Ann: But little Judy never never could When you’re giving the boys a lead there’s nothing more tempting than Maltesers. It’s the nuts and raisins! Wilkinson’s – have you ever tried them? (chuckles) I think it’s quite safe! Tic Tac (1) Surely the best Tactic! Any suggestions for C1 – C2 students? 2006–2019, Visitors since January 2006: So double your pleasure, double your fun …………, Then, as they obviously liked playing games, He challenged them both to a few games of Tic Tac Toe and both girls ended up with a further 12 hard whacks with the paddle and six of the best form the Headmaster's stinging cane. I’m dancing at this party, [The train doors slam and Daphne is shown seated … reading a magazine. Curly Wurlies, only 10p. Potatoes: We’re too good to be any old crisps! Give the students 5-10 minutes to discuss the questions and then have students report back to the class. Looks like somebody else could do with some! Posted on Portside's Facebook page ===== Red ones, yellow ones, colours galore, And it’s kind to your teeth — Even though the shooting had already taken … Cadbury’s Flake. You know I’m waiting, It can be used even with beginners, because the teacher will set some simple model questions like “Do I need a pencil?” or “Do I use a table?”. nuts are so nutritious I think it will make the lesson more comfortable and fum!! Voiceover: Now you can enjoy new Pacers — wait till you taste that fresh chewy spearmint. Try a little tenderness. After unwrapping and tasting the first piece, the lady drifts off into her own world. 3: Fills the old tum you know! Lets hear what Buster has to say: “My teeth have lots of work to do (We make these up as we go along, you know. Than a Pendleton’s Twicer? 60 mins. Webinar . It’s you they’re for, 1 Appearance 2 Personality 3 Background 4 Abilities 4.1 Pyrokinesis 4.2 Poison resistance 5 Plot 5.1 VS. Special Fire Force Company 1 arc 5.2 Preacher Pursuit … Who knows what awesome things they become! Student B: Can I take orange juice? Yes you get lots and lots and lots and lots, of Smarties! A man’s gotta chew what a man’s gotta chew…. The milk chocolate melts in your mouth, not in your hands. That’s why we all say: Right, confess! When you have around 20 words on the board, go around the room asking each student, in turn, to describe one of the words, when it’s been successfully guessed, circle it and move on to the next student. People go wild… I think I’ll go on crunching ’cause it’s much more my style. I recently started tutoring adult ESL learners one-on-one and have been at a loss as to how to make lessons interesting and fun. Michael. Coconut, caramel, cherries and milk chocolate, Crunchy shortcake biscuit topped with caramel, They’re Discos, They’re Discos, Everyone’s a Fruit and Nut case Candy Tots — made to eat, Chocolate and Chew, Take the corner to your local shop Don’t you wish that you had for yourself, [Tune: “Thank You Very Much” by the Scaffold]. After dictating the letter strings, students should attempt to form the questions and then discuss and report back to class. Why don’t you stop what you’re doing and come with me in 1972/73]. Everybody knows, you can’t resist White Heather. Lion: Jacob’s Club … oh-oh … all that thick chocolate drives me wild! To help you find a topic that can hold your interest, Science Buddies has also developed the Topic Selection Wizard.It will help you focus on an area of science that's best for you without having to read through every project one by one! That in small hands they’re nice to eat, Get into Orbit — Smiley – A name for the girl who can’t help but smile. P-pick up a Penguin — a lovely big Penguin, And it’s gone all wobbly down the Pottery Club, Going around the class students take it in turns to add three words to your story stem. From that chunky bar of mine. And don’t forget a hazelnut in every bite. Voiceover: Have you had a trying day? Your email address will not be published. According to scholars, the most distinctive Maya achievements were in abstract mathematics and astronomy. Golden Wonder — they’re Jungle Fresh… For example, some drugs should be legalised, Facebook should be banned, Breaking Bad is overrated, one child is enough, organic food is a waste of money, etc. For the coolest taste Write a provocative statement on the board and then put students into small groups to discuss their opinion of it. Chip Chip Chip chipitos Students sit in silence for two minutes and write down every sound that they hear. I like a lot of ideas and will definetely use them. For more ideas on using dictation see the article 10 dictation activities. You remembered! Wrigley’s Spearmint Gum really keeps you buzzin’ Thank you very much, thank you very, very, very much! Here is a list of warm-up activities you can use which don’t require any preparation. Award yourself the CDM! Parsley: This is a natural breath freshener for pups, like the dog version of a Tic Tac. Gum Drop – There is really no meaning behind this name, but it is used often. Chew, chew, chew the caramel topping, 5—4—3—2—1 KP nuts are fresh and tasty — in the bag, Puts a little lift in everything you do — 73. We’re not coming until we make you see … ... What happened to you? When you’ve finished, invite the students (alone or in pairs) to come up with their own rules and let them run the game. [with Terry Scott as the schoolboy — at the fair]. Everyone’s a Cadbury’s Fruit and Nut case. Polar bear: There’s a bear on Fox’s Glacier Mints because they’re so clear and cool and minty. But don’t worry, they won’t be able to scream, ’cos I’ve given them a Curly Wurly. Taxi (honk), follow that taxi (honk, honk), Jelly, sugar, real fruit fla-a-vours, When you’ve got your feet up, Here are some examples: apple, peach, banana, tomato – a banana doesn’t have seeds strawberry, branch, bowling ball, boat, iceberg – bowling balls don’t float window, river, envelope, client, oregano – client doesn’t begin and end with the same letter comb, champagne, knife, plum – the word plum doesn’t contain any silent letters Note:  There can be more than one correct answer. The first one is to simply require a player to answer a question in order to take her or his turn. or tasted a crisp that’s crunchier than If the students are sufficiently advanced you could have them watch and read through Monty Python’s Four Yorkshiremen sketch which is a very funny skit on the subject of one-upmanship. Great for fluency. … Sheriff to small boy: “If you wanna be my deputy, you gotta think fast.” He produces three flavours of Toffos and puts them on a little table, saying, “Gonna cover ‘em up and switch ‘em round!”, putting cups over the toffees and moving them about on the table and then asking the boy which is which – “Chocolate?" Rowntree’s fruit gums, The Milky Bar Kid is strong and tough (“TRI-I-I-I-O”). When you’ve got your feet up (Advert with fleet of chauffeur-driven cars, world-leaders in back seats, Gimme Mint Cracknel and I don’t care … When they’ve gone off the bite at the Angling Club, Thick chocolate to excite, thick biscuit to bite, Two viewers face off against one another, competing to flip the cup (off the edge of a table or desk) and place it on a chosen spot on the tic-tac-toe board, viewable by all. Scatter Sheets are a great way to review vocabulary, introduce a theme and get students talking. (Young lady on train eats her Secret … in secret). Give me Cornetto Buy another bag for me. For piccaninnies and grandpapas Gooseberry, Voiceover: Wonderful day, wonderful world…. You ever did see (Wagon Wheels), In the supersonic, scientific, psychedelic ’seventies Five girls want Five Boys and will have no other. For example, if you are going to talk about books, you could write: What’s your favourite book? It’s the bumper bargain biscuit of today. When you’ve sixpence to spend Kraft took over Terry’s in 1993, and Cadbury in 2010. Take it easy with Cadbury’s Caramel. NEW FROM FRY’s! Put them on the board (as below) and give students five to ten minutes to figure out what the missing stem is. Texan Cowboy: Someone should have told them a Texan takes time a’chewin’. Voiceover: Yes, funny how you always remember right at the end! Fresh with the tang of citrus, With Britain’s Number One (he’s got KP!). I don’t want to dress up, I dont want to dine, From triangular trees It really is a must for morris dancers Daughter: Raspberry Ripple please, Daddy! Now there’s a-neapolitan with a-strawberry and a …. Key Concepts: Entrepreneurs, Financial Investments, Markets and Prices. To illustrate the idea, write the word run on the board and explain that the target word is fit. Two adverts (1) Launderette (starring Sheila Bernette); Let them compare their lists with their neighbours before seeing who has the longest list? ... tic tac, gum, and breatth mints for the last 6 days!!!!! The story starts with 39-year-old Sophie Honeywell finding out that she has inherited a house on Scribbly Gum Island on the Hawkesbury River. 5—4—3—2—1, Write a list of two or three questions on the board which introduce the theme of the lesson. Crispy Hula Hoops, If you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our Club! Etc. What a joy to eat up, All my pals love fruit gums, Mum, There’s always fun at the Wrigley zoo Snap! Marathon is marvellous I’ve got my Number Ones! A chewing gum ever had Each student, in turn, tries to top the previous student’s tale. Deliciously satisfying! If the first letter is not the same as the first letter in your word but is contained somewhere in your word put a half-tick /. Tiffin: c.1960. A finger of fudge is just enough until it’s time to eat. [With a young Dennis Waterman. Ruth: It’s called Wispa, and it’s made entirely from milk chocolate, but it tastes very different. Woman: Those aren’t chocolates, they’re Maltesers. Bring old fashioned coloring and activity books, too. They seem so nice it must be true, Anyone who was shocked in any way by this is wilfully ignorant. Think of a rule which governs which items can be taken on a picnic, for example, it must be six letters long, or it must start with a vowel. Monster Munch from Smith’s in three flavours Time Out. Lovells are lovely, lovely, lovely, What magic could be missing to make it really perfect? Bridge that gap, They came in search of paradise. With a good warmer you can put your students into English mode; attentive,  interested and ready to participate. Or a saxophone recital. I feel like these are for low-level students. You could start it off with relatively mundane stems such as Yesterday I went …, If I won …, I have never or something more imaginative like, A wolf howled, the rocket landed …, Princess Martha kissed … Write the story on the board and elicit corrections as you go along. Teacher: Yes, you can take orange juice. Give it to me, Teacher: No, you can’t take eggs. These ideas are out of this world. For more advanced learners, why not try a random idiom and see if they can figure out the meaning. If you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our club, Treat yourself to Murray Mints — The too good to hurry mints. ( Thanks a lot. [CDATA[ Bang the drum and a great big gun, It’s crunchy when you’re munching Hula Hoops. She buys me Blue Riband wafer biscuits, crisp and light, ’Cos he knows it won’t spoil his app-e-tite (mm mm MMMM!). Refreshes your breath, naturally Wrigley’s Double Mint! With the then unknown Keith Chegwin (just prior to the launch of “Swap Shop”). This is a great icebreaker, but you can also use it as a lead-in to a theme or to test your students’ knowledge of a grammar point. Thank you so much for providing these great resources!! Advert depicting a boy who had a spider called Sammy in a matchbox: he was proposing to celebrate “Sammy's Coming Out Party” and to scare a girl with the spider. Nestlé Smarties … wotalotigot! And so on. Real fruit flavour — NEW FROM FRY’s! (A cartoon rabbit speaks to a cartoon beaver). SPANGLES are the fruitiest sweet! And it’s got raisins and they’re good for you. We’ll talk to Melvin Monkey today, Cheese Savors — they’re made with real cheeses. Alternatively, write a question on the board but this time scramble the letters of each word. KP Discos taste as different as they look! Number 9 The Babushka Lady. “Smart old Blue” was changed to “Good old Blue”, and “’Cos he knows it won’t spoil his appetite” was changed (post-Trades Description Act) to “’Cos he knows it tastes just right”. Just one Cornetto … from Walls ice cream. Oh … It’s a different experience every time”. Comes this wonderful feast Of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk. I bring all si-i-x. echo Tic Tac Toe by Mac (Q to quit) echo. This is great for practising there is and there are as well as prepositions of place and furnishing vocabulary. Clap hands, one, two, Preservatives particularly sulphur dioxide, sodium sulphate and potassium sulphate are potentially lethal to your dog. Writing stops when the first team yells finished! Hula Hoops, Hula Hoops, Hula Hoops, Trio girl: Most of them can, of course, also be used as filler activities if you find yourself a few minutes short at the end of the lesson. Lovell’s Milky Lunch is lov-er-ly, lov-er-ly Benimaru Shinmon (紅丸新門 Benimaru Shinmon) is a hybrid Second and Third Generation pyrokinetic, as well as the captain of Special Fire Force Company 7. That old black magic has me in its spell, Bring your own junk food and whatever device your child likes to play— with headphones, please!— and then let them play and eat as much as they want. Two statements should be true and one false, for example: I used to be an air steward I can ride a unicycle My favourite food is sushi Now invite students to discuss in pairs which statement they think is the lie. Buy some buttons, they’ll last you all the day. into a sweet shop while singing. And buttons to last you while you play! Voice-over: Buy Blue Riband — the biscuit to beat the blues. The too good to hurry mints. Are you a Cadbury’s Fruit and Nut case? Tell the students a relatively mundane story about something that happened recently and invite a student to tell a similar story but to top it in some way. whatkindofbooksdoyouliketoread? With real-life people in a stop-go animation format. I’m not so sure! Students must ask questions about the object inside until one finally guesses…..and wins the object. Restore Pop Sticks to the people, Thank you very much for doing the dishes, This popular filler can also be a great way to start a lesson with beginner learners who are still unsure of the alphabet. something around the house! Nestle’s took over Rowntree Mackintosh in 1988. Ooh, aargh, help — oh crumbs, let me out of here! Pascalls sweets, Pascalls sweets are the best. It’s amazin’ what raisins can do-oo-oo. All that goodness and it’s all for you, It helps to keep teeth clean and bright Lee’s, Lee’s, and swooping in at the very last moment to buy an item), Nestle’s jellimallo bar (1963 with cartoon Beatles), Summit Bar nutty nuts, juicy raisins, and Cadbury’s chocolate — Put students into teams and write on the board six vocabulary categories. From Wall’s ice cream. The astonishing revelation is made in a startling new six-part documentary which sets out to get t… Bang the drum and a great big gun, This is called crossing and covering their name. Look! Write a topical target word vertically down the board, for example, WINTER. Running Time: 22:38 min Screen size: 960 x 540 They say that roses grow on you, Read more about the A to Z game here. wrapped up in lovely dairy milk chocolate. Pascall Murray super sweets, Those lovely jars upon the shelf. During "Lori2Leni," she misinterprets a text from Chaz reading "XOXOXO" as talking about tic-tac-toe. I want a Cabana and I want one now! Chorus: What has a hazelnut in every bite? [Ralph sings Fox signature and the pictures panoramas to the moon where a spaceship lands and Scratchy comes out.] Get that Friday feeling any day of the week! Cadbury’s 99 Flake! For each turn, only one letter can be changed. Golden Wonder — real Jungle Fresh… I’ll be munchin’ and a crunchin’, crunchin’ and a munchin’ Well, you couldn’t have a biscuit that’s as chocolatey as Club, Gimme Mint Cracknel and I don’t care, Based on the code-breaking board game where players have to deduce the order of 4 coloured pegs which the other player had hidden behind a plastic guard. And when I get that feeling Voiceover: Texan – it sure is a mighty chew! Lovell’s Milky Lunch is lov-er-ly, lov-er-ly Each a different island in a chocolate sea. Think of a couple of questions for students to discuss in pairs or groups. Double the flavour, double the fun! Rowntree’s Fruit Pastilles! The flavour lingers longer and longer, I see her face everywhere I go … Gum (17), Tooth (7). … chocolate treat? My brother and my friends are very bright, Mr Ghost Train driver. The Milky Bar Kid only eats what’s right, I’ve pounded the roads from coast to coast, They look like chips, don’t they? Opal Fruits — Chocolate that you gotta Chew Chew Buy another bag for me. Yorkie’s the shape that real milk chocolate ought to be … They’re KP Discos, Do yourself a favour — have a Medley … In your tum, tum, tum! Men! Red ones, yellow ones, colours galore Everyone’s a Fruit and Nut case And “Cadbury” was always known as “Cadbury’s”. Here's how to open a movie! Just put a recently learned word on the board and let the students take it in turns to guess a letter. like them. This is from Cadbury, see. Requires purchasing some small, card boxes. They wait, and when they all come out of their candy-coated shells — When you feel a little peckish, have a Penguin! 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