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TP8

Elementary level

Students will continue on from their last lesson, and learn about travel and couchsurfing.They will do 2 listening exercises and some more creative tasks to follow on from this.

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Wrting

Pre intermediate a2 level

In this lesson the students the students will focus on developing their writing skills in the area filling out an online form for booking a holiday. This can be a difficult task to understand for some students but it is important to understand that methods like this are becoming a normal method to organise or purchase items "online".

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Demo Lesson 02/05/13

B1 level

This lesson addresses how functional, grammatical and verbal formals are altered by register in English, in the context of writing a formal (business-type) email or letter. The focus is on standard forms of address and closure, differing general forms of language use in formal v informal contexts, and on some specific verbs which have a common 'spoken' form and a more formal equivalent/synonym which is generally only used in a written context and is likely to be unfamiliar to many of them.

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BC - aSIB 24.11.13 (1)

Intermediate level

Unit 4 - Business Correspondence Formal vs Informal writing styles

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future forms

Upper-intermediate class level

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BC - aSIB 26.11.13 (1)

Intermediate level

Unit 4, Business Correspondence 1 Writing 1, Pgs 25 - 27

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Facts and Figures

Elementary level

In this lesson the students learn about website and email addresses through listening and speaking activities. The lesson starts with a lead in and continues with a dictation exercise of websites and email addresses and the teacher going over the symbols used in writing them. The first listening activities focuses on listening for the gist while the second listening requires students to listen for specific information in order to fill out a form. The lesson is rounded up with a short speaking...

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Finding an E-mail Friend

Elementary level

In this lesson, students write an e-mail to a website to find an e-mail friend for themselves, but before that stage they get to see a model and they discuss the best match for that post by looking at some other people's emails. Then the WC brainstorms about what else should be added to a post that aims to find an e-mail friend. Finally, they write their own e-mails to find their own e-mail friends. At the end, they put their e-mails on the walls of the classroom, and the Ss. decide which per...

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It's a Dog's Life

Beginner level

This lesson will cover speaking in the context of lifestyles, reading texts about dogs and their jobs, practicing vocabulary (technology words), practicing present <b>simple</b> grammar questions with short answers, and functional language skills (saying emails and website URLs).

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Reading Lesson / An email to a hotel

Elementary level level

In this lesson, the students will read a letter about a hotel . This is a mail to a hotel and they will focus on reading skill and in this way, they will do the related questions about the letter to practice their understanding. After that, they will have a 'fill in the blanks 'type exercise. Then they will learn some phrases how to write a letter to somewhere else .After that, they will write short <b>simple</b> paragraph including this information. They do this activity with their partner ....
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