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  • March 17th, 2020 (Tuesday)

    Festivals and grammar.


    In the lesson:

    • Homework: finish all tasks for Unit 11!!!
    • Grammar: who, which, that
      • SB p. 69 Ex.1: read and translate
      • that, which, who: draw a table (person / thing)
      • we use them:
        • to give more information
        • to put one sentence from two
          • There’s even a 15th century castle. The castle is often in films and TV shows.
          • → There’s even a 15th century castle that’s often in films and TV shows.
      • the task:
        • Name …
          – a friend who is a good dancer.
          – a film which has some nice music.
          – a person that loves parties.
          – an actor/actress who sings well.
          – a game or sport which needs music.
          – a word in English that sounds beautiful.
    • SB p. 158:
      • read the text
      • Ex. 1 (1 — on the laptop)
      • Ex. 2 (2 — on the laptop)
    • Underage Festival: from 14 to 18:
    • Song: Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go (Wham!)
    • SB p. 69 Ex. 6:
      • read silently
      • use the words which or who  for making one sentence (that is OK but here we don’t use that)
      • write down words which or who  near the first halves of the sentences
      • match and read out loud
    • Corpus challenge
    • Ex. 7:
      • read and listen
    • Ex. 8:
      • Compile the story about your own festival:
        • plan is in the SB:
          • The name for the festival (What)
          • The place (Where)
          • What kind of people would we invite? (Who)
          • What people can do? (What to do?)
          • What we will sell (products, services)
          • How long it will last.
        • 5 mins
        • read it out loud
    • PS 4 — Rise

    Homework:

    • LMS:
      • finish all tasks for Unit 11!!!
      • LMS — Unit 12: Grammar, writing
    • Rise:

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