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Compenserende strategieën

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Hendrik Gelmer Van Noord

on 23 November 2015

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Transcript of Compenserende strategieën

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Een sollicitatiegesprek
You are not allowed to use the following words:

- job
- talk
Een schilderij met een aap
You are not allowed to use the following words:

- painting
- monkey

Een oude wereldkaart
You are not allowed to use the following words:
- world
- map
- old
The assignment:

Take a look at the word on the board and describe the word to a fellow classmate. There is also a list of words you are not allowed to use. Describe it as best you can.
e.g. Een laptoptas
You may not use the following words:

- computer
- laptop
- bag
Each person has to describe three words and two pictures/situations.
Een Zweedse linksbuiten
You are not allowed to use:
- Sweden / Swedish
- Left


wereldwijde crisis
You are not allowed to use the following words:
- global(ly)
- world
- crisis

Een bedrijf dat grijze t-shirts verkoopt
You are not allowed to use the following words:
- company
- grey
- t-shirts
The third (not turd) round is all about describing a situation/picture.
Each person will describe 2 pictures to a fellow classmate.
The person listening has to be able to describe the situation/picture without having seen it.
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