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Pre-inter level

Students will use a guided discovery handout to read a sample informal email inviting a friend from another country to visit the author of the email. Students will use this guided discovery handout to answer questions to help students recognize and identify the purpose and structure of an informal email and the language appropriate for an informal email as well as the meaning of the word "subject" of an email. Students will produce a writing--an informal email to invite a friend to visit you.


Writing lesson

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson Ss learn how to write an email through guided discovery based on an complaint email regarding a defective service/product.The lesson starts with a discussion about online shopping and if they had negative experiences. This is followed by a reading of an email,and a task where they have to match the expression, with the correct remaining part. Finally students, practice writing their own email using the TL they've just learned.


The Anglo - Business Preliminary 4 - Wednesday 3 February 2021 - 7:30-9:30am - Lesson 6

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students continue to practice writing emails. Students then work through the Viewpoint: Green Business module.


Asmaa samir

Elementary level

In this email student practice in writing informal emails in the context of using penfriend websites.


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.



Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will learn how to construct an email to request an appointment with someone. Students start off by discussing their preferred mode of communication to make appointments. They will then read an email and collaboratively identify its functional features. Afterwards, students will analyze the structure, formality, as well as some target language used in the email. Finally, students will write their own email, engage in peer review, and receive teacher feedback.


The Anglo - Business Preliminary 4 - Wednesday 27 January 2021 - 7:30-9:30am - Lesson 4

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about the concept of 'nudging' at work through reading for gist and detail, and discussion, activities. Students practice writing emails.


TP 7 Writing

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson students learn about writing a formal email of complaint about a product. Students begin by discussing times they have been disappointed by something they purchased. They then read and gather information from a sample email of complaint. After that, the MFP of important language for the task is clarified through guided discovery. Students then brainstorm their own ideas and write their own email of complaint. Students read and peer check each others emails and participate in la...


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 ...


TP6: Writing

Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson, students practice writing fluency through a practice exercise of writing an email to a family member relating their current situation with respect to the Covid-19 shelter-in-place procedures and recommendations. Students will first examine a model text, then we will cover the concepts of greeting, body, closing, and signature. After doing discovery activities for M, A and F for selected and alternate phrases, students will practice writing, then peer-check, then finally OCFB
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