Today we will learn how to give advice. We will start with a video from Kung Fu Panda, and general discussion of the topic:

Asking for Advice:

  • How do you usually ask for advice when you have a problem?
  • Can you think of a time when you needed advice, and how did you go about getting it?
  • What kinds of people do you turn to for advice, and why?
  • In what situations do you find it most challenging to ask for advice?
  • How important do you think it is to seek advice from others?

Giving Advice:

  • When someone asks you for advice, how do you approach helping them?
  • What are some common pieces of advice you find yourself giving to friends?
  • Can you share a time when you gave advice that had a positive impact on someone’s situation?
  • What do you think are the most important qualities for someone giving advice to have?

Scenario-based Questions:

  • If a classmate is struggling with their homework, how might you help them by giving advice?
  • You have a friend who is feeling stressed about exams. How would you advise them to manage their stress?
  • Your sibling is having trouble making friends. How can you give them advice on building friendships?
  • What advice would you give to a friend who is nervous about speaking in front of the class?

We will also complete the activities on page 26 as a class and play a Bamboozle as a class to practise the vocabulary together by giving advice in various scenarios.

We will finish off the class with some phrasal verbs connected to health.


Complete the exam task on page 26



Today we will move onto a new topic which is all about emotions. We will start off with a video about fears and phobias! 100 Kids Tell Us Their Fears 👹🎃👻 | 100 Kids | HiHo Kids

We also have some conversation questions we will answer in pairs:

  1. Do you have any fears or phobias? If so, can you share one and explain how it affects your daily life?
  2. Are there any common fears or phobias that you think most people experience? Why do you think that is?
  3. Can you think of any irrational fears or phobias that people might find unusual or funny? Why do you think some fears seem irrational?
  4. Do you believe that facing your fears is an effective way to overcome them? Why or why not?
  5. How do you usually cope with fear? Are there any specific strategies or techniques that help you overcome your fears?

Next we will complete the reading and use of english part 1 task on page 37.

We will then look at the vocabulary on page 36 which is about emotions and expressing emotions. 

To finish off we will play a Kahoot about fears and phobias. 


Everybody has fears and phobias. We want readers to write an article about their experiences with them. 

Write an article about fears and phobias answering the following questions.

Have you got any fears or phobias? When did they start and what created them? What are some of the most common fears and phobias, and why do people suffer from them? What advice would you give people who want to lose their fear or phobia?

Write your article in about 140-190 words.