Top Of The World

Age: Older Teens & Adults

The activity proposed here for the song “TOP OF THE WORLD” is the following: First, students brainstorm the word Happiness. Then, they choose nine words from a list provided by the teacher and write them down in a grid. After that, they listen to the song and cross out the ones they hear. The winner is the student who crossed out three words in a row. Finally, they write about what makes them feel on top of the world and share it with their peers.

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The Winner Takes It All

Age: Adults

The song “THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL” allows us to focus on, at least, two different things.

OPTION 1: First, students guess the name of the song. Then, they listen to the song and fill in the blanks with words that rhyme. After that, they google the words they don´t know and list them in order of difficulty.

OPTION 2: First, students guess the name of the band. Then, they listen to the song and guess what the author compares a relationship to. After that, they answer a couple of questions and express their opinion using the structure suggested, which is Time Clauses.

At Last

Age: Adults

The song “AT LAST” is used here to practice Parts of Speech. First, students work on a matching activity and check the use of nouns, verbs and adjectives. Then, they use words provided to fill in the blanks for a song. After that, they listen to the song and check whether they were right or wrong. They go over the words and check their function. Finally, they can search on some lyrics online and check the use of the words.