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English Club 19' Session 2

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on 1 October 2018

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Transcript of English Club 19' Session 2

It's Your Choice!
Energizer:
Tongue Twisters.
Central Vowels
Choice vs. Destiny
English club 19'
Vowel Sounds of AE
Front Vowels
Back Vowels
Diphthongs
/ay/, island, try, time, remind.

/aw/, out, south, town, around.

/oy/, oil, voice, boy, enjoy.

Tricky Vowels
Be Aware.
Listen Carefully.
Practice. Practice. Practice.
Hid, head.
The boy hid his head.

Here, hair.
Can I get my hair cut here?

Lift, left.
Please lift up the left side.

Bitter, better.
This had better not be bitter.

Caught, coat.
He caught the coat when it fell.

Bought, boat.
The fisherman bought a boat.

Walk, woke.
A dog woke up and walked away.

Ball, bowl.
Do you want a ball or a bowl?

Cup, cop.
The cop drank a cup of coffee.

Duck, dock.
Ducks were sitting on the dock.

Nut, not.
I do not like nuts.

Rubber, robber.
The robber wore rubber shoes.

Schwa
Around.
Again.
Support.
Problem.
Freedom.
Magnet.

Second.
Pencil.
Return.
Complete.
Department.
Professional.

Sofa.
Alone.
Banana.
Pollution.
Dominant.

Monkey. Follow. Separation. Scientific.
Practice Activity: Shadowing a Conversation
Academic Discussion
Game: story chain
Recap!
Do we choose things or things are destined to happen to us?


Do you think there's a difference between choice and destiny? Why and why not?




What was the last choice you made that affected your life?
eager, meat, tree, believe.
inch, big, little, six.
April, came,rain,away.
ever, nest, better, bread.
apple, sat, glasses, demand.
pool, true, moon, assume.
took, should, pull, good.
over, snow, road, approach.
caught, law, walk, daughter.
Alive, again, mother, about.
under, sun, but, interrupt.
box, father, clock, doctor.
Aesop's Fables
Workshop: Scrambled words
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