A “slide-share” presentation for students to review expressions used to ask for and offer helpSugerencia de uso
1. Use the beam projector to show the video. Use slides 2,3,4, and 5 only.
2. Ask students to work in pairs and have ready some supplies such as blank sheets of paper, markers, pencils.
3. Tell students they are going to review some expressions and work on a colorful handout.
4. Project slide 2 and ask students to read the questions, are they familiar? Do they recognize the
5. Discuss the level of formality they show and which ones they would commonly use when asking a friend for something.
6. Ask students to copy the slide in the sheets of paper using markers in different colors or the same.
7. Review the ‘accepting’ ‘declining’ expressions in the next slide and ask students to think of somebody they could use these expressions with (mom, brother, teacher, etc.)
8. Finally, show the next slide and ask students to copy in another sheet of paper. Then, ask them to use some tape to join them by one of the sides and fold them like an accordion.
9. Invite students to exchange their accordions with other pairs of students.
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