The lyrics I have gone for today needs no presentation: I bet that your students already sing it and girls are simply crazy about Justin Bieber, i.e. the singer. The type of language is also basic and some lines are repeated more than two or three times, too. Therefore I thought to use it to reinforce students'skills about grammar as well as pronunciation.
Some weeks ago we read that BBC ranked fifth the young George Ezra among the best emerging artists for BBCSound of...2014 (as you can read here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-25590684) and now that his song, "Budapest", is being on air in different countries, we'd like to put some suggestions forward as lesson plans.
Lyrics taken from: http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/g/george_ezra/budapest.html Video:
Tips for teachers: with the help of this chart on http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/words/common-misspellings, you can produce other similar exercises on misspellings for your class. Let's talk about: travels and cities with a special place in our heart.1) List 5 cities you've visited; 2) List 3 of your best favourite places; 3)Are there places/cities that have a special meaning for you?If so, explain why.