Transcript: Present Simple The task Phrases Tell me about the last time you went shopping with somebody else. Present Continuous What do you think the people in the photo are doing? Why do you think so? Photo description Past tenses Exercise 5 pg.90 Do you often go shopping for clothes with friends? Why? / Why not? What do you think the people in the photo are doing? Why do you think so? Do you often go shopping for clothes with friends? Why? / Why not? Tell me about the last time you went shopping with somebody else.
Transcript: Photo description Lesson Przydatne zwroty: In the picture I can see.... - Na obrazku widzę..... The picture presents/shows... - Obrazek przedstawia..... In the middle.... - Na środku.... On the left/right.... - Po lewej/prawej At the bottom/ top of the picture... - Na dole/górze In the left/right corner... - W lewym/prawym rogu..... In the foreground.... - Z przodu.... In the background... - W tle...... He looks.....(happy) - On wygląda....(na szczęśliwego) They could be.... - Oni mogą być..... It' s probably... - To najprawdopodobniej jest.... They seem to.... - Wydaje się, że oni..... He may be..... - On może być..... Popatrz na obrazek i go opisz tak jakbyś miał to zrobić na Maturze ustnej Odpowiedz na pytania 1. Tell about a situation when you or someone you know helped the animal from the street. 2. Do you like going to the zoos? Why yes? Why not? 3. What are they going to do next, in your opinion? Do opisu czynności ukazanych na obrazku używamy zawsze czasu Present Contnuous :) She's smiling He's watching TV. To samo dotyczy ubioru: He's wearing a T-shirt Topic: Photo description. Let's start :) Przeslij zapis zadania :) Present Continuous
Transcript: Descriptive/ Elements of Essay h Nancy Zometa Erika Salinas Nasreen Vasaya A 5 G Descriptive Writing Straightforward description of people, places, objects, and feelings. Writer uses details to paint a picture with words It calls for focus and concentration rather than vocabulary or adjectives. B K S Description Techniques Dominant Impression Is a vivid description that is heavily focused on It should be the center point of the person, place, or scene being described. Using Images in Description Description Techniques B Comparing two unlike things using "like" or "as" Simile ex: They fought like cats and dogs. ex: As white as a ghost Metaphor Descriptive Technique A Using Images in Description Indirect comparison without linking word such as "as" or "like" ex: The moon is a white balloon. ex: Life is a roller coaster. Appealing To All The Reader's Senses Descriptive Techniques C Use sound, smell, and feel when describing The best type of description is when many senses are use appropriately D e Salvation By Langston Huges "So I sat there calmly in the hot, crowded church, waiting for Jesus to come to me." " ...old women with jet-black faces and braided hair, old men with work-gnarled hands." "The whole room broke into a sea of shouting, as they saw me rise." C Elements of an Essay 4 e Elements of an essay include an introduction, thesis statement, body paragraphs, transitional paragraphs, and conclusion. The introduction, like any essay, is the attention grabber. Introduction A Thesis/Body Your thesis statement should be included in your introduction along with your general ideas that will be described in the body paragraphs. A transitional paragraph may be added, transitional paragraphs are added to make the change between ideas smoothly. Transitional Paragraph B Conclusion Lastly, the conclusion paragraph is meant to generalize what was talked about and the thesis statement is presented again to end the essay. E X Z W What We've Learned We learned that descriptive writing can make a huge difference when in comes to making a great essay. The details and form of dominant impression enhance the writing making the reader feel like they are there in the story. We also learned that some historians do not prefer descriptive writing.
Transcript: Global News The Big Interview: In depth conversations with industry leaders Hot Topic: Analysis and commentary Forum: Emails, personal views and 1-to-1 Sector analyses: Monthly category focuses Green matters OPI magazine The word in office is important too Conclusion Subject 2 zoom in, and add details to these Frames is important Subject 3 is here
Transcript: Seeking: Job Title Description Intralinks: The Art of Work Apply here: http://jobs.intralinks.com/ Compliance Job description Currently, IntraLinks has offices in London, Amsterdam, Dubai, Frankfurt, Madrid, Milan, Paris, & Stockholm in EMEA alone. The right candidate for this position will help expand our presence both inside and outside of these locations. Drive cutting edge recruiting programs, contribute to the Global TA Strategy, and make a difference in what you do. With over 2,000,000 users globally and over $19 trillion worth of transactions, it's easy to see why so many of the world's leaders are turning to us. that's more like it preferred qualifications Your Office: So what are you waiting for? Your Team Description photo 2 description photo 1 Connect Beyond Boundaries Location Have a better way to do things? Put it into action. See a bottleneck? Break it. Fan of the status quo? Not here. photo 3 So what is Intralinks? Essentially, we enable our customers to go beyond the traditional limits of sharing, all while providing the highest level of security & protection. but to be honest, we kind of have high standards... if you really want this, you will need: flexible spending account commuter program competitive PTO college savings plan tuition reimbursement employee discounts Our minimum requirements to excel in this role Organization-wide impact through high quality output plus, location isn't so bad: we offer the essentials... medical dental visual disability 401(k) amazing coworkers employee stock purchase plan Blog: http://www.intralinks.com/blog Twitter: https://twitter.com/intralinks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntraLinks LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/intralinks YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/IntraLinksInc and then some: Learn more: http://www.intralinks.com/
Transcript: PHOTO DESCRIPTION KTO? In the picture I can see: a _______ an_______ a group of_______ some_____ a few______ GDZIE? GDZIE? THESE PEOPLE ARE IN/AT A/AN_____ HE IS IN A_____ THEY ARE IN/AT A ____ SHE IS IN FRONT OF / NEXT TO ________ MAYBE/PERHAPS/PROBABLY THEY ARE____ CZYNNOŚĆ CZYNNOŚĆ -Present Continuous(IS/ARE ______ING) HE IS SHE IS THEY ARE THE GROUP IS THE PEOPLE ARE THE COUPLE IS PLAYING DANCING READING WATCHING TV SLEEPING STANDING LOOKING AT LOOKING FOR OPINIA OPINIA I think he/she is happy, because he/she is smiling. In my opinion, __________ing is + przymiotniki _______ is a great way to ______ I think they should ______.
Transcript: Guess or Deduce Photo Description Clothes Tie -Tights-Jeans-Skirt-Dress-Shirt Hair Dyed- Spiky-Wavy-Long-Short-Straight Make-up Mascara-Eyeliner-lipstick-lipgloss Jewellery Bracelet-Pircing-Chains-Studs Expression/Posture Crouching-Moody-Bored Attention-seeking Cool Fashionable Individual Intriguing Messy Outlandish Unattractive Opposites attract: People who are different tend get on well. Chalk and Cheese Adjectives Some Adjetives Maybe-Perhaps... They look like... I would say they are... They could be....
Transcript: Photo description The aim of the lesson To learn how to describe people in a photo. Objectives 1) to learn 6 new words related to fame, 2) to learn 3 expression with "look", 3) to describe people in a photo. New vocabulary: 1) a celebrity- a famous person 2) a paparazzi photographer -a photographer that follows famous people in all possible places in order to take photos of them for newspapers, magazines, the Internet, etc. 3) a gossip magazine - a magazine where you can read a lot about private lives of celebrities 4) a camera flash - 5) a sign - 6) to perceive - to recognize or become aware of something (pastebėti, pagauti) Watch the video about Giles Harrison and choose the best answer. 1) What name would be given to Giles Harrison for the kind of work that he does? a) journalist b) celebrity c) paparazzi 2) Pictures taken by the paparazzi often end up in newspapers and magazines. a) True b) False 3) Choose three ways Giles Harrison has gotten photographs of someone famous. a) Sitting in front of person’s house b) Hanging out of airplane c) Driving around town d) Dressing up in a costume e) Hanging out of helicopters 4) TV actor David Faustin says the Hollywood paparazzi don’t chase him around like they do other famous people. a) True b) False 5) Does Gile Garrison always earn a lot of money? a) True b) False Picture description: What to include? What can you see in the picture? Where are things placed in the picture? What are the people wearing? What are the people doing? How do they look? What have you learnt today? Do you know 6 new words? Do you know how to use 3 expressions with "look"? Can you describe the people in a photo? 4) Do you read gossip magazines ? Why?/Why not? 3) Do you usually print them or you look at them on a computer? 1) Do you like taking pictures?Why?/Why not? 2) Why do people take photos?
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