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Stress free

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Valentina Shalaeva

on 29 April 2015

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Transcript of Stress free

Listen to the music
and the sounds.
How do they make you feel?
What images come to mind?
Number the situations below from 1 (most stressful) to 10 (least stressful) according to their stress factor.
Look at the title. What do think the texts are about?
"Take it easy!"
Grammar
We use
should
or
shouldn't
to give advice or recommendation.
Homework:
Learn the words
Read and match the texts (1-3)to (A-C).
Listen and check.
Stress free
E.g. They make me feel stressed.
stressed, relaxed, anxious, worried
to fall out/argue with a friend/sibling
to have a doctor's appointment
to lose sth valuable
to change schools
to move house
to sit exams
to disagree with parents
to have too much homework
to throw a party
to practise an instrument/sport
E.g. I find sitting exams the most stressful.

I think losing something is more stressful.
Make sentences about each picture.
argue with your friend
eat too much ice cream
take care of your pet
spend too much time in front of the TV
get enough sleep
get regular exercise
ex.4,p.97
E.g. You shouldn't argue with your friend.
sit around
(phr v): spend time doing nothing interesting or useful
blame
(n): accountability
get away with
(phr v): escape without punishment
He gets away with everything.
spread rumours
(n): information that may or may not be true
unfair
(adj): unjust
gossip
(v): say bad things about sb
harmless
(adj): not dangerous
hurtful
(adj): that hurts your feelings
mean
(adj): nasty
management
(n): control
separate
(v): move apart
allow
(v): let
have it your way
(exp): get what you want
cooperate
(v): work together
Explain the words
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