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TP 7 - Writing Invitations

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will learn the functional language around invitations and will practice in written form.


Tp 7 Writing

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will analyse the different parts of a complaint letter and language used to express problems with a product. Students will produce a short email to complain about a product they recently bought


TP 7 LP_Romeo Hernández

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn the steps to produce an email in order to invite someone (friend) to visit them.



B2 level

In this lesson,students will learn how to write an invitation letter in a right way.The lesson starts with showing the students some pictures and asking them some questions as a warm up.Then,I will provide the students with a model of an invitation letter.Finally,students are going to move to the critical thinking part in which they are prepared to write the target letter at the end of the session, followed by peer feedback based on online chicklist.



Beginner level

In this lesson, Ss will practice some of the language points that they have learnt such as <b>simple</b> present, present continuous, <b>simple</b> <b>past</b> tense and modal verb 'must'. First, they will have the beginning of a story of a couple. They will look at the text for 1 minute which is reflected on the board and after that they will be given a questions H/O. Ss will make the questions individually, check in pairs and they will be sorted into two groups. One person from each group w...


TP 7

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will review the structure of informal emails


Writing a letter of complaint

Pre intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn to write a formal email to complain about a product or service. New language is presented, as are the parts of a business letter.



Beginner level

In this lesson the SS will learn how to retrieve and give personal information such as their first name, surname, marital status, address, profession, phone number and email address. They will develop their receptive skills by listening for specific information in a conversation between an employment agent and a candidate. They will then work on improving their productive skills with a role play interview in PW.


Writing an E-Mail

B2 level

In this lesson, students will learn how to write an E-Mail. At the beginning of the lesson, students will start reading and answering a questionnaire, then Students will learn some new words to write an E-Mail at the end I will get their feedback.



Upper-intermediate level

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