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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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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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Teaching Practice 2 - edited

Beginners level

In this lesson, students will practice vocabulary and writing on the topic of travelling. They will learn the use of 'to be' in plural, positive and negative. They will do a reading task, starting with prediction, gist reading and reading for specific information. This will be followed by writing task on the same topic.

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practicing writing through sending and replying to invitations by e-mail

Intermediate level

In this lesson, students learn about sending and replying to invitations by email.

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Real World: Beginner Listening Skills and Vocab Practice

Beginner level

In this lesson students will practice their listening skills while learning new vocabulary such as e-mail addresses and mobile numbers. The lesson will begin with a warmer review of nationalities and professions, and then segue into the introduction of email addresses. The students will do a listening exercise followed by a peer-check. The main exercise of the class will focus on listening and transcribing in order to check listening and comprehension skills. The students will first write dow...

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Demo Business English

Intermediate level

In this lesson the ss will learn the introduction of e mails, and I will be eliciting from the ss the following, the purposes of emails, the contents of emails and styles of emails.

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Writing and speaking practice

Upper-intermediate level

In this lesson, SS will practice writing skills in different contexts and levels of formality. Specifically, SS will learn and practice how to make formal complains, how to make formal work-related arrangements, how to congratulate and give instructions informally. At the beginning of the lesson, SS will brainstorm and discuss about the different ways we use written language to communicate with others (emails, letters, ..) and how we change our language according to the recipient of the mess...

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Mary muia Tp 1

Intermediate level

ın thıs lesson learners speak and practice email and website addresses in preparation for listening for gist and detail.The lesson starts with an introduction from the teacher by eliciting a response on what is an email and website address followed by listening to an audio then an exercise. in pairs students dictate to each other addresses they have heard and are expected to write right addresses and pronounce symbols of addresses. Students are then introduced to to listening for gist and li...

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Name: Maliheh. 25 Mar 2016. TP2. Business cards and forms

Beginners level

This lesson will start by a brief revision of jobs and singular 'to be' at the very first minutes of the class. Subsequently, students will be able to read English business cards containing peoples names, jobs, phone numbers, addresses and emails while noticing the words in the cards whose initial letters need to appear in capital; this will be practiced by a couple of activities and games. The students will also fill in business forms that is specifically a hotel registration one in this ...
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