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During the course of this lesson, you will learn:
Identify Monroe's Motivated Sequence in speeches in order to improve listening comprehension.
Use Monroe's Motivated Sequence and inversions grammar to improve structure and formality.
Part A: basic grammar worksheet
Part B: inversions and adverbs lecture
Part C: inversions and adverbs exercises
Exit ticket and homework
Basic grammar worksheet
Exercise 1: identify and correct the mistakes
Time for the activity: ~5-10 minutes
Exercise 2: create adverbs from adjectives
Time for the exercise: ~5-10 minutes
For example, the adjective: quick
We add +ly to describe how the customer walks
Making sure to arrive before they close, the customer had to walk quickly.
Grammar lecture: inversions and adverbs
Inversions and adverbs exercises
Exercise 3A: identify the meaning of the inversions
Exercise 3B: make your own sentences using inversions
Time for the exercises: ~15-20 minutes
Make at least four (4) sentences using inversions. Furthermore, focus on describing:
a unique situation
a short amount of time
understanding a situation
not understanding a situation
Pro tip! Challenge yourself by making compound-complex sentences!
"From the exercises, I learned .."
Study the grammar by using the Quizlet.