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Transcript of teens 1
Messy or tidy?
Which room is
? Which room is
Are you ever reminded of things by certain smells or sounds?
What city is this place in?
Heroes and villains
What do you know about the pictures in the book?
Where are Gary's socks?
where are his comic books?
Where are Mary's magazines?
Are the posters in Gary's room straight?
Stressed word are said
What do you think the dialog is about?
What is Gary's room like?
How does his mom feel?
What might she want him to do?
It looks fine to me!
What is another way to say...
It doesn't bother me!
Look at the dialog
What would you say if this was your roommate?
Create a dialog
Temperature 100 °F/38 °C
What is the weather like?
What do we want to do?
We want to go swimming because it is
We want to go swimming because it is
a hot day
Write a paragraph about your room.
What will you say in the first sentence?
what you like to do
what's in your room
so and such
Do you have a computer?
What do you use it for?
Usually words with little lexical force
Not content words
Peter lives in a big city.
a timetabled event?
I'm bad at dancing but I enjoy it. I think it's fun.
What are the main ideas in each paragraph?
Introduce reason/purpose for writing
Describe personal interests
Talk about likes and dislikes
Requesting a reply
What do you like to to at home? What don't you like to do?
doing the dishes
washing the car
What is he/she doing?
He/She is ___-ing.
What kind of text do you see?
What kind of services do you think they might provide?
Let's go for coffee!
What does this mean?
What kind of statement do you think this is?
What are other ways to make suggestions?
James goes to work at 8am everyday. It's 8am now so...
Head and hearts verbs
Read the headings
What do you think each one will be about?
hobbies &free time
house & home
hopes & fears
My train arrives in London at 5:30. I will call Mary when I get there.
What are the key words?
Quickly skim the text
What tenses do you see?
What tense do you see in the example?
Read the questions in the interview in the text
Think of your answers to the questions
Interview your partner and take notes
Use your notes to write an interview similar to the one in the book
Use the same headings
Use 60 to 80 words
Interview the person next to you when the music stops
Which adjective do we use to describe a person concerned about the feelings of other people?
I'm thinking of someone who is tall and slim, with long black hair. Who is it?
What adjectives can you think of with these suffixes?
Who do you see in the picture?
What does he do?
Think of questions to ask your partner about the text. one minute
What is wrong with this text?
Ann is in her late teens. She is slim. She was long blond hair. She likes wearing casual clothes. She is cheerful. She is amusing. She is selfish.
It sounds unnatural because of the short sentences.
What words can be used to join the sentences?
Can you find examples in the text?
Do you have to write summaries in school?
How do you write one?
What are the main points in each paragraph?
Take notes using key words. Don't use complete sentences.
Short, bald, blue eyes
Fishing, watching C.S.I.
Loves his dog
Job/what famous for:
Date of birth:
Now use your notes to write a summary of the article. (40-50 words
Which is the shortest month of the year?
Which months have 30 days?
Which months are summer months?
When is your birthday?
Why are the dates in the book important to the U.S.A.
What do you know about the places in the picture?
What makes a good public speaker?
Don't use complete sentences.
Use brief details about each main point.
What do you know about these people?
Draw a picture of Friday
Annoyance with SO and SUCH
Role play an argument between a parent and child over chores using SO and SUCH. Make a suggestion and agree or disagree.
The grass is
a dirty carpet.
Why don't we...
I don't think so.