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TP 6_Lesson Plan_ Yesenia Venegas

Pre-intermediate level

This lesson is for students to practice writing an email to a friend. Students will be introduced to an email written to a friend on google forms. They will be given several topics they can use when writing to a friend and choose one. Once the email is complete they will read it to their peers. The teacher will be giving feedback at the end of class, going over what was used correctly, and going over incorrect language.

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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 are dis...

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TP7-Writing-EmailingForaJobApplication

Upper-intermediate level

In this class students will look at a sample of an email to a company by someone interested in an available position with them. After analyzing the structure of the email and clarifying certain language, students will write their own emails to a company they are interested in working for.

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TP5 Writing an email

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson student will practice writing an email to arrange a trip. They will read an example email, understand how request forms work and use them in their email.

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TP 8

Intermediate level

In this lesson, SS will practice writing emails. The lesson starts with a discussion about advantages of using emails. This is followed by viewing a model. Then, there is a writing practice in which SS produce their own emails. Finally, there is a Feedback stage in which SS review each other's emails, correct any mistakes, and decides which one is the warmest.

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TP8 LP Elisa Adriana Ortiz Hernandez

Intermediate level

In this lesson Ss. will learn how to write a short email (75 words) inviting friends (in another country) to visit them. First they will look at a picture and find out what they will study tonight. Next, Using sticky notes in Google Jamboard Ss. will write what is the perfect time to visit their country and the best places to visit. Then, Ss. will read an email for gist to find the overall idea. Later T. will support Ss to find out the parts and their names of an email, Using Google Jamboard ...

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Writing - Refer back in emails and make offers and promises

B1/b2 level

In this lesson, students will practice the writing skill, how to refer back in an email. they will be able to make offers and promises and will be able to figure out the differences between formal and informal email writing. the students will send an email to ask about some information and to reply making offers and promises.

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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

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students are going to learn how to write an informal email. The students will be provided to create and practice a productive task "writing an informal email" by themselves to get a chance to practice the target productive skill.

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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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