1. Listen and read to some lines of well known songs. If you guess the name of the song, you'll score a point. If you sing part of the song, you'll score 2 points.
Sentences with adjectives ending in – ed
Sentences with adjectives ending in - ing
What’s the difference?
The present and past participle forms of many verbs function as adjectives.
The past participle (tired, excited, annoyed) has a passive meaning. Most sentences using past participles can be restated with a by phrase.
The artist is excited = He is excited by the news
6. Follow up
Think of a soothing, interesting or stimulating song that you like. You are going to tell your partner about it. Choose from the list the things you want to talk about. Think about what you’ll say and what language you’ll need.
Does the song bring you memories? What kind?
Have you been listening to this song lately?
What are the lyrics like?
What do you think of the melody?
How could you describe the beat?
What artists perform this piece of music?
Do you prefer the melody, the lyrics or both?
Can you sing or hum this song?
7. Post the song in our virtual classroom!