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PROJECT B10

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LUIS TORRES VASQUEZ

on 21 March 2017

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Transcript of PROJECT B10

OPTION 1
✳✱*
PROJECT B10
IN PAIRS: Make a casual conversation in which you and your partner talk about famous people's look while DESCRIBING what they are wearing. You have to show several pictures.
You are expected to use vocabulary from Unit 4
Also, you will have to GIVE ADVICE to those people in how to improve their looks.
Become Fashion Police
My Future Life
You are expected to use;
Be going to
and
Will
from Unit 6
and
PICTURES
for their presentation.
IN GROUP OF THREE: meet your friend and talk about each others
FUTURE PLANS
and
DECISIONS
. You can also include you
PREDICTIONS
about your own future.
IN PAIRS:
Make an appointment to meet a friend.
Then, t
alk to him/her about all the CHORES and ERRANDS you do every day
Students are expected to USE ALL THE
VOCABULARY,
helpful expressions

and
GRAMMAR
from
Unit 5
and
PICTURES
for their presentation.
OPTION 2
CHORES AND ERRANDS
REMINDERS
Remember that the Topics are supposed to be oral presentations, NOT reading or memory based.
Students are supposed to use COMPLETE SENTENCES and vocabulary from the Units
OPTION 3
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