Employable MePosted: July 20, 2016 Filed under: Documentary, lesson plan, Uncategorized | Tags: collocation, impressions, listening, speaking, vocabulary, work 8 Comments
MAIN ACTIVITIES collocations with impression, talking about work, watching clips from a documentary about job seekers with neurological conditions such as autism and Tourette syndrome.
SUITABLE FOR teens and adults, pre-advanced (B2.2) and above
Click here for the Teacher’s Notes.
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Great stuff, once again!
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Thanks for this great lesson. I have tried this with adults and teens of intermediate and advanced levels and it has gone down well each time; bringing up some fascinating discussions. I also found this useful for using language of speculation, and also for introducing new vocabulary and a few new interesting expressions.
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Hi! Where is the link to the video? Thanks
The links to the videos are in the Teacher’s Notes.