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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 important informati...

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Writing lesson: Writing a holiday email to a friend

Starter level

in this lesson students will write a holiday email. They will sit in pairs. First, students will learn some vocabulary items and do a grammar drill by joing sentences with and and but. Also, will use apostrophes for contractions and possessives. After that, they will fill an email with but and and. After all, they will write a holiday email with phrases to help them.

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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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An Informal Email

Upper-intermediate, b2 level

In this lesson, the students will learn how to write an informal email to a friend within the context of illnesses and injuries.

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Elif's TP3 Plan

Intermediate level

The students will practice their writing skills about describing their family members in the context of writing an email using adjectives.

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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 process students are going to ...

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TP 8A

B2 level

14.

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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Writing Skills - Informal E-mails

Intermediate level

In this lesson, ss will be exposed to a reading text, do both gist and detailed reading on an informal email, and then after a couple of activities, compose one on their own through T's guidance.
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