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Writing an email - Inviting someone to go out

Beginners level

In this lesson students will write an email. As they are beginners, they will write the email in pair. Together, they will invite another pair to go out with them. The students will first do controlled practice, a fill the gap exercise, where they have to select the right word from the box. After checking and correcting, clarifying the essential vocabulary, they will have to write an email to invite/accept/decline another pair to go out with them. I have chosen to do the controlled p...

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Writing in the classroom

Advanced level

In this session the trainees will get familiar with different kinds of writing and teaching the skill of writing. The session will start by discussing the opinions of several practicing teachers about writing, then trainees will discuss formal and informal email writing. Then they will discuss how to plan classroom writing work and how sample texts can help students to start their own ones. Then they will be given a sample of a written report and will be asked to give each section a hea...

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Writing an email and present continuous

Upper secondary 3 level

In this lesson, students will review present continuous and be going to for future. They will also practice writing an informal email. A few pictures on different modes of transport are displayed. Class discuss on the same. Then Ss are given an example of a email. They are given few sentences and are asked to fill in the gaps and put them in order. Next Ss write an email using present continuous and be going to for future. A few pictures of different holiday/ weekend spots in London ...

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Explore writing

Intermediate level

In this lesson students will write a summary of information from different sources then write an email giving information .The lesson starts with a class discussion ,to find who in the class has organised a trip or been on a trip organized . tr.discusses the pictures to check that students understand the situation . After that students will read the email for details . Tr. discusses with the students if they ever go away for a weekend . Tr asks students to circle the impor...

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Writing

Pre-intermediate level

In this section of the lesson, students will review and practice functional language related to “Giving Advice”. In this the students will be exposed to how to write emails, asking and giving advice. They will be given HOs of the emails and they have to analyze the language in it so that they write a rough draft to their friend asking for advice and replying to it in a series of activities.

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Writing Emails

Intermediate level

Students will examine an exchange of emails as one person is planning to move to the other's country to study. Students will explore the language used in these emails and will apply this language to create their own emails.

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writting lesson

A1 level

In this lesson, students will learn how and when to use contractions and how to write an email to a friend about a suitable job for him. The lesson starts with a review on some Lexis related to jobs. This is followed by a task to make sure that they fully understand the jobs and what it does. After that, students are going to move to the critical thinking part in which they are prepared to write the target email at the end of the session. During the preparation pro...

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TP 8A

B2 level

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Come to the wedding

A1 elementary level

In this lesson, the students will work on productive skill - writing. They will practice writing an email using the verb collocations. They will also practice their reading skill, as they will read an email from me

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Explore Writing

Pre-intermediate - b1 level

In this lesson students will learn about writing an email or note of apology based on 2 emails (reading activity) that are included in the handout from "Inside Out as samples. They will also learn how to distinguish and write different parts of a letter of apology which - at this stage - consists of apologies, excuses and good wishes. The tasks included in the book are very complicated and they require extra effort both on the learners' side and the teacher's.
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