An interview with Taylor Swift for students to practice interviews, questions, effects and feelings and emotionsSugerencia de uso
1. Use the beam projector to show the video.
2. Tell students this is the second part of the activity they started in the previous session about Taylor Swift.
3. Go over some of the questions Taylor was asked and write them on the board. Discuss with students how accurate the reporter’s questions are, the intonation used and the topics . Are there any hypothetical questions such as , ‘If you haven’t been…., what would you have----?’
4. Ask students to work in pairs and write down 5 hypothetical questions they think Taylor would be asked. Maybe, they are the reporters and are very happy to interview her.
5. Monitor the activity and help with grammar and vocabulary as needed.
6. Invite some volunteers to read their questions and play the video. Decide how much more of the interview you want to show.
7. Discuss with students what the tone of the conversation/interview was, formal, informal, tense, friendly, distant, etc.
8. Invite volunteers to talk about the emotions in Taylor’s answers as well as the reporter/interviewer and ask students if they could interview their favorite singer or actor in 9 minutes with 73 questions.
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