yatcb lesson plans make questions from a text

yatcb lesson plans discussion words with quick questions

yatcb lesson plans discussion words with quick questions
... for T to make up the questions for this activity ‘on the fly’ using a few of the question templates above, without any preparation Or, stronger SS could try to improvise some questions for their ... produces the answer the quickest, or suggests the best or funniest answer T could give prizes to the winning team(s) as well as for effort You Are The Course Book – Lesson Plans 31 ...
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yatcb lesson plans text reading race

yatcb lesson plans text reading race
... could be two SS reading and one writing – or vice versa – and they could change roles twice, so that each SS gets to read and write during the activity You Are The Course Book – Lesson Plans 54 ... 7 T could give a clean copy of the text to each SS afterwards for reference Tips: • T must enforce the rules – especially about not shouting from the text – otherwise the activity will not...
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yatcb lesson plans text using an audio text

yatcb lesson plans text using an audio text
... a handout, etc SS listen for a third time and write down their answers SS check their answers together T may offer to play the extract again Group feedback Other Ideas for Using an Audio Text: ... – Lesson Plans 58 Activities that require a little more preparation: • If you have (or create) a transcript of the audio text you could: o make a gap-fill activity – SS listen, read along, and ... room; Student B’s listen to part of the audio text and makes notes; Student A’s return and Student B’s have to tell them about the content of the audio text, while Student A’s make notes Then...
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yatcb lesson plans using a song in mode 2

yatcb lesson plans using a song in mode 2
... syllables, and stressed vowel sounds; notice different stress (rhythm) because it’s a song; notice more deliberate phrasing and clear SP accent; watch a performance of the song in its original language ... write a text (e.g an informal email) including all of them; write the text again using literal English instead of idioms; what’s the difference? Further Study • SS research the period described in ... the song: 1850s Gold Rush in California; then present their findings or create a multimedia account, e.g imagining they are involved and recording their experiences with audio/video/photography/theatre,...
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