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TP#6

Intermediate level

In this lesson, Ss practice their reading skills for a gist and specific information. They also learn how to write informal emails. The lesson starts with a discussion about the purposes of using emails. This is followed by a reading activity where Ss read an email and complete it using words in the box. Then,Ss read again the email to search for specific information to answer exercise 2. After that, Ss work in groups to invent a reply to the email in exercise 1. Finally,Ss compare their emai...

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TP 8 Skills Lesson- Writing

Beginner level

This lesson will start with a review of the previous lessons grammar subject subject. They will review <b>past</b> <b>simple</b> tense starting with the review of basic forms of irregular verbs and will go on with <b>past</b> forms of irregular verbs and they will be practicing making sentences in <b>past</b> tense. This lesson will follow with a reading activity in the context of an email from India then, they will be writing a similar email about one of their holiday to their friend. We wil...

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TP1

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will work on a receptive skill by reading two Facebook messages between two friends which are meant to recommend a friend to another friend by giving a personal description. After that, they will work on some language issues like spelling correction and adjective modifiers which will lead into the writing section where they should write an email describing thier teacher using the language issues that they have learned in this unit of the book (U1B).

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Assessed TP 7

Beginner level

In this lesson, students practise superlative adjectives through an email. The lesson starts with showing a picture of Istanbul and getting sts to talk about the things they could do and the places they could visit if they were a tourist in Istanbul. Then lead-in related vocabularies which will be in an email later on are presented sometimes through some pictures sometimes with CCQs.After a stick man called David which will be introduced as their friend is drawn on the WB, T. gets sts to ask ...

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Arguing your case (for & against) writing

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson ss will read and brain storm about the pros and cons of emails and will write an essay about either texting or social networking (Facebook)

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TP-8 Reading and vocabulary

Beginner level

In this lesson student will learn vocabulary and do reading for gist and details. the context of the lesson is about a travel to India, students will learn big numbers for vocabulary, which are related to India and also read an email for gist and detail which is sent by a tourist to her family. As a productive activity students will pretend to be on a holiday and write an email to their family. This lesson is based on <b>past</b> form of verb, students will also practice regular verb du...

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Business writing basics

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students will review important elements of good business writing in English, especially for letters and emails.

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Spelling Lesson,Present Simple `be`, Writing names, emails. short sentences.

Pre elementary a2 level

In this lesson,SS will learn how to spell names and email addresses through basic controlled listening activities, will learn the correct pronunciation of letters, will practice the affirmative and negative the <b>simple</b> present `be` by filling in the gaps exercises, and will learn to write short sentences giving brief information about them by completing sentences, next, after aims are achieved will practice to spell and to use `be` in present form with a role play.

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Thursday 10th of April

Elementary level

In this lesson, students have an opportunity to practice writing in a controlled setting in the theme of "cities"/"weekend activities". Students review vocabulary and grammar from the lessons in the <b>past</b> three days. The writing activity has a clear purpose and is integrated with other skills. The audience is real. They are writing to each other.

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Travelling

Intermediate level

The main focus will be on writing semi-formal emails, and the students will send an email to a tourist information centre of their choice using the rules they will have studied in the first half of the lesson. Although not all of the students received replies from the information centres they emailed, most of them did, which in itself gave them much satisfaction.
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