Lesson AWF-3

Welcome! Please consider how your attitude affects your and other students experience of the lesson.

Be respectful, come prepared with relevant material and show interest in order to have the best possible educational experience.

Learning goals; we are learning to

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Lesson activities

Basic: Quizlet mini-test

Intermediate: read and check understanding

Advanced: Quoting exercise

Basic activity: Quizlet mini-test

Quizlet mini-quiz.

Please wait for Feke to share the test code.

WF-3: Reading and writing

intro: quizlet

Reading https://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/skills/reading/advanced-c1-reading/are-we-losing-art-conversation

Quoting exercise: quote, paraphrase, summarise

Pre. - predict

Write 3 sentences what you think the text will be about. Use at least one of the new vocabulary per sentence. When done, share with a classmate and then your name might be drawn.

During reading. - decide on a part

Decide on a section of the text that you will be using later, either to quote, summarise or paraphrase.

After. Agree or disagree? + Summarise, quote or paraphrase.

Intermediate: Reading comprehension

Are we losing the art of conversation?

  1. Open the link and complete the preparation exercise.

  2. Read the text Are we losing the art of conversation?

  3. Complete the tasks

  4. Prepare to voice your opinion:

    • "Which changes in the way we communicate with technology do you think are the most important? Why?"

    • "Do you prefer to communicate face-to-face or online? Why?"

Advanced: Quoting exercise

Exit ticket

"... is a topic I would be interested in writing about."


Look at the news (TV, online or printed magazine, Twitter, news feed) and find a news item that is related to the future. Use your critical thinking and consider what might happen in the future because of that event.

Prepare to tell your classmates in groups of 3~5, showing them the news item, arguing how plausible it might happen and why and how believable the source is.