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Teacher Practice 1

Elementary level

In this lesson students will be able to comprehend dialogues about everyday life.They will listen two dialogues and complete the missing parts of the dialoges. They will also learn how to tell an email adress or a website adress correctly. They will follow this up with a short dictation and speaking on how to say and write email or website adresses.


Asmaa Samir Tp :6

Intermediate level

In this lesson the students will know the difference between the informal and formal e_mail .They will write informal e-mail .


Come to the wedding

A1 elementary level

In this lesson, the students will work on productive skill - writing. They will practice writing an email using the verb collocations. They will also practice their reading skill, as they will read an email from me



Pre-intermediate level

In this lesson Ss learn about writing informal and semi-formal e-mail


sending and replying to invitations by email

Intermediate level

SS will get introduced to the context of sending and receiving invitations,through an activity where they have to guess some events that elicit the word invitation . As a controlled practise, ss will match some invitations to their replies. In this activity, ss will review the language used in writing invitations via emails. Then, each pair of ss choose an email and write an invitation for it. Later, T takes the written emails from ss, distribute them among the class and ask them to write re...


The Anglo - B2.2 - Saturday 13 February 2021 12-2pm - Lesson 4b

Upper intermediate level

In this lesson, students will work on writing informal emails describing how old friends have changed. Students will complete the writing self-assessment and send the final drafts before the next class.



Learners of c1/c2 level level


TP7 Writing

Elementary level

To teach how to write formal emails in the context of a holiday's request.



Pre-intermediate level

Students will learn and practice writing an email to a friend asking for advice.



Upper-intermediate level

Ss will observe an informally written email that I have created. They will learn about different colloquial language. Ss will then create their own emails inviting friends/family from other countries to visit them. They will use my online checklist to peer-check each other's emails.
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