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Moray
Final
Exams
ALP
ALP
Reading
Quiz
ALP
You will work in pairs to create a
presentation that focuses on a current
social problem. Your presentation should
include some of the vocabulary, grammar
and useful expressions presented in the
course. Besides, you should use a chart
to explain how the problem has become
bigger or smaller.
Expressing an opinion
Stating your point
I strongly believe that (noun)...
I'm convinced that (noun)...
Without a doubt, (noun)...
Giving additional reasons
Not only that, but...
Not to mention the fact that...
And besides,...
Illustrating your point
For instance,...
Take, for examples,...
To give you an idea...
Contemporary Issues
Reader's Digest
2 Reports
Vocabulary
harass : to repeatedly say offensive things to a person.
clash : begin fighting
combat : fight between armies with weapons.
lose your temper : get angry and start shouting
pick on : deliberately annoy someone.
get into a brawl : have a physical fight with many people
Unit 4: Current trends. Search for "trends"
Unit 5: Language in life. Search for "communication"
Unit 6: Dreams and aspirations: Search for "dreams"
Unit 5
In Other Words
Total Immersion
A clause is a group of words
with at least a subject and a
verb.
Adverb clauses of time and reason
may be reduced when the subjects
in the main clause and the adverb
clause are the same.
Slithering down the path, I saw a snake.
Using a telescope, Mars was clearly defined.
Flying over the montn, James saw a beautiful bird.
Get a 2 in this
writing by including:
Appropriate headings.
The appropriate expressions introduced in letter B.
A minimum of 3 sentences per paragraph.
Adequate grammar and vocabulary.
Talk to me
Ordinary People
Extraordinary Lives
Follow your dream!
The kindness of
strangers
Good luck!
Reporting verbs
say
announce
complain
mention
propose
reply
report
tell
advise
ask
convince
instruct
persuade
remind
In the city
Listening
Lead-in
The way we listen to music
isn't the only thing that has
changed in the last 10 years.
What other things have changed?
emerging
mediocre
monopoly
compensate
Nov 28
Nov 28
1st Day
of class
You will work in pairs to create a conversation in which you present information about two people with extraordinary lives. You should use presentation phrases and visual aids in your presentation.
ALP
I10
Conflict Resolution
Low Possibility
Use these structures if you are
almost sure that something won't happen.
I never forget things, but if I happen to forget to
correct your grade, you won't, and you'll remind me.
If Santa happens to forget our child,
don't worry, I'll buy him/her a present.
If it should happen to rain in Lima as it rains in Iquitos,
many houses and neighborhood might get damaged.
For Questions
What if + subject + base form of verb
What if I get lost?
1st RD
2nd RD
Vocabulary
Changing Gears
twinkle
aspirations
sidetracked
fell into
storied
bumped into
juggling
chanelling
renowned
blessing
quit
quite a stir
fixture
apprentice
swapping
have something in mind
What do you
think this

article will
be about?
What do they have in common?
What's the difference between the two?
Anything that's old-hat has grown so familiar that it's boring or seems old-fashioned. Your grandfather's war stories might be fascinating to your friends, but after hearing them so many times, they're old-hat to you.

A lot of what you're studying in school might be exciting in September but completely old-hat by May. The same could be said of your lines in a play: they're a challenge to memorize and then thrilling to say on opening night, but if the show runs for a month, your part will soon be old-hat and you'll be ready to audition for a new role. This adjective was first recorded in the early twentieth century.
OLD
HAT
A person who has influenced me

• Person’s name: ______________________________
• Words or phrases that describe the person: _______________________________________________________________________________________________
• Ways this person has influenced me:
1. ___________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Example: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
2. ___________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Example: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
3. ___________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Example: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Conclusion: How would your life be different without this person? _____________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
Aunt Rita
love, books, reading, taught me to read
bookstore, birthday gift, any book I wanted
love of nature
took us to the park and the zoo, helped us plant a flower.
Encouraged my dreams
Wanted to go overseas to study environmental science.
Scholarship
Restate / I wouldn't be a student here.
husband died, came to live with us, second mother, patient encouraging.
Getting Ready to Speak
Useful Expressions
Introducing a presentation
Today, I'm going to talk to you about...
I'd like to tell you about...
In this presentation,I'm going to...
Ending a presentation
Before I finish, let me say...
So in conclusion,...
In conclusion...
Public
Speaking!!!
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