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The Anglo - Business Preliminary 4 - Monday 1 February 2021 - 7:30-9:30am - Lesson 5

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about formal versus informal emails, and work with vocabulary related to writing emails at work. Students practice writing emails.


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 practice...


Tuesday Sep.13.2022 Writing Formal and Informal emails

English 11 level

In this lesson, the students will learn how to write an effective email. They will also learn how to write formal and informal emails.


Writing emails-sending and replying to invitations.

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn how to write, accept, and decline an email invitation. The lesson warms up with discussion questions and pre-teaching words to check the students understanding for the required vocabulary. The students will have a reading task to match the email invitations to their replies and to learn the difference between formal and informal emails and the langue used for inviting, accepting and declining invitations. Then, they will have two writing tasks. The first wr...


Communication - Lesson 1.2: The letter is dead, long live the letter!

B2 level

In this lesson, SS get to talk about written communication and more specifically about writing letters and writing emails. They also get to review and further practice the use of the present perfect <b>simple</b> and continuous.


Writing an email.

Pre-intermediate. level

In this writing lesson, I will be teaching student how to write an email in a context of sports. As a warm up, students will be shown a picture and asked to discuss a related question. Then they will be asked to rearrange three strips of paper which will form a sample of an email. After that I will be eliciting the three stages of writing an email which are introduction, body, and conclusion. At the end students will be writing an email and given feedback.


Writing Emails Lesson Plan

Uw+ level

The main focus will be on writing semi-formal emails, and the students will send an email to a tourist information center of their choice using the rules they will have studied in the lesson.


The Anglo - Business Suite 1 - Saturday 20 February 2021 - 7:30-9:30am - Lesson 5a

Intermediate level

In this lesson students continue to present their roles play speaking exercises to be assessed. They then work on writing emails to make bookings.


TP7: Writing Formal Emails for Making Arrangements

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, upper-intermediate level students will delve into the specifics of writing formal emails to make arrangements. The lesson is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the structure, style, and language used in formal emails. The class will begin with a lead-in discussion about making arrangements via emails, followed by a quick reading of a self-written formal email sample. The students will then answer comprehension questions to ensure they underst...


Writing Formal Emails

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students will practice reading and writing formal emails. We will discuss the purpose of complaint emails, the proper form for writing an email, and necessary formal language to use throughout the different sections of the email
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