A video for students to learn ways to express worrySugerencia de uso
1. Use a beam projector to show the video.
2. Ask students what they worry about and discuss with them the topic.
3. Tell students they are going to watch a video where an English teacher is presenting a list of different ways to talk about worries.
4. The video takes more than 10 minutes so it is recommended that you divide it into different sections and discuss the expressions with students.
5. It is a good idea that you decide on which expressions expressing worries you want students to practice. The explanation the teacher in the video gives is very clear. However, you may decide on paraphrasing or explaining yourself the expressions feel free.
6. Ask students to write down the expressions expressing worries in a column in their notebooks and next to them think of an original situation which applies to your students. This can be done in pairs.
7. If time allows, you can continue with the list of ‘get over it!’ expressions in the video. Reminder: these are idiomatic expressions. Decide on what’s best for your class and include the ones you prefer.
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