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Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students correct an email for grammatical and typographical mistakes and write a similar email to an imaginary friend.


Writing an email

Intermediate level


confirming an email

Elementary level

using the the appropriate words,students are supposed to write an email to a host and ask for confirming a reservation


TP7 - Writing - Formal and Informal emails

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will think about situations where we write formally and informally. After that, they will check some models and decide which one is formal and informal. They will analyze to clarify the features, practice the structures and, finally, write an email.


Business emails

Pre-intermediate and above level

In this lesson, learners will differentiate between formal and informal expressions used in emails and practice writing a formal email in a business context.


compare and contrast two alternatives

Intermediate b1,b2 level

in this lesson, ss learn some lexis related to compare and contrast and thjey put them into practice by doing writing.the lesson starts with ashort leaad in then ss have a reading and start to find pros and cons of a hotel to prepare to write .ss start to answer questions related to highlighted words and they go through controlled pracice part by gap filling activity and at the end they will write an email about the hotel that they stayed.



Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, the Ss will learn how to write a short email (of approximately 40words) inviting a friend (in another country) to visit them and most importantly know the different parts of an email (formal and informal).





writing a for and against email

Pre intermediate level

In this lesson students will be given a reading text and asked if it is for or against online shopping. Then the text will be analysed in detail in terms of the paragraph order, linking words and phrases that are used to order the ideas. After being given a controlled practise of the lexis, students will be asked to brainstorm some ideas in pairs of the given topics and write a for or against email. Then feedback will be given.



Upper intermediate level

In this lesson students practice writing a formal email for making arrangements. First, ss brainstorm different types of texts in which they write in a formal way. After that, they are exposed to a model which will help them identify the purpose/ intention behind it as well as typical features of the genre ( formal email for making arrangements). Once that has been covered, ss will work on the TL required for this production. We'll work on MFP, providing opportunities for clarifying language....
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