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A short thank-you message

Intermediate level

In this lesson students learn product writing through Cutting Edge third edition on a writing based text. The lesson starts with a discussion about email, postcard and text messages. This is followed by a gist reading where students read and relate the text to the context followed by some control and freer practice of writing.

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Writing in the Context of Family and Friends

Elementary level

In this lesson, students will practice reading using activities based on the descriptions of family members and their interests. This lesson begins with reinforcing previous lessons of family and friends. This is followed by an email reading activity. This assignment elicits students’ ability to scan for details in the email and answer questions after a second thorough reading. Then, in a controlled practice activity, students will write their own email and have partners read them in order to...

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Teaching Practice 3:

Elementary, a2 level

In this lesson students practice the grammar and vocabulary they have learnt in previous lessons and learn how to write an email to a penfriend by using the vocabulary on family and physical apparance

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TP4

Intermediate level

In this lesson, ss will practice sending/replying to invitations based on reading different types of invitations and their replies and then ss writing their own invitations and replying to each others'. The lesson starts with a video about wedding invitations and ss will discuss the last time in which they received an invitation. This is followed by a skim-reading task where ss match invitations and their replies, and then identify the types of invitations there are. After that, ss identify t...

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Sending and Replying to Invitations by E-mail

Intermediate level

In this lesson,students will practice their writing skill and will learn about how to send and how to preply to invitations. The lesson starts with a discussion on the types of invitations. This is followed by a reading activity when students read three e-mails and match the invitations with their corresponding replies. Finally they will think about an event to invite a classmate to, then write an email of invitation. Afterwards, each s will read his/her classmate's email and accept or refu t...

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appearance lesson

Elementary a2 level

In this lesson, the students concentrate on writing and also learn new vocabulary for describing appearance. By the end of the lesson, the learners will be able to write personal emails on the topic of appearance.

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time lesson

Intermediate level

Students practise speaking in the context of time, firstly starting with a lead in exercise of how early or late students arrived for class, followed by a discussion about sayings about time. then a discussion about punctuality and in what contexts it is necessary ending with a written exercise, writing an email letting someone know that you are going to be late for an appointment

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chnour, travelling

Elementry a2 level

In this lesson, the students concentrate on writing and also learn new vocabulary for describing appearance. By the end of the lesson, the learners will be able to write personal emails on the topic of appearance.

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Chnour, Direction

Elementray, a2 level

In this lesson, the students concentrate on writing and also learn new vocabulary for describing appearance. By the end of the lesson, the learners will be able to write personal emails on the topic of appearance.
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