Move around the class helping with vocabulary as necessary. These tasks may involve describing and discussing photographs, expressing a personal opinion, predicting the content of the reading passage, listening to the text to confirm predictions, and so on. Exercise 7 Ask students to complete the task individually. When the students have finished the task, ask them to compare answers in pairs, giving reasons for their choices. Exercise 7 Project Present the task and elicit suggestions as to what gestures are used to express each emotion listed and any other emotions.
Exercise 6 Ask students to read the definitions and then complete the exercise by scanning the text to find the relevant words or phrase. Before students practise a task type for the first time, they are given a Study Skills tip which outlines reading skills, strategies and techniques appropriate to the task. In addition to asking students to explain the main points of the text in their own words, these tasks move beyond the parameters of the reading passage itself, and involve students expressing a personal, imaginative response. Students then practise using the vocabulary items by making sentences with them. You may also decide to complete the first item with the class as an example, or at least to give them close guidance.
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Help them with vocabulary if necessary. Exercise 5 Ask students to complete the task and then to check their answers in Appendix ll. Ask students, in closed pairs, to consider how the sentences in b differ from those in a. Then ask students to make sentences using their own ideas. Elicit the answer to number 1 as an example then ask the students to complete the rest.
Ask different students around the class to answer each of the questions. Ask students to look at photograph 1 and then find which unit it appears in Unit 2, p. Ask students to complete the rest of the task. Exercise 8 a Ask students to read the dialogue. Explain that each module of the coursebook begins with a single-page introduction and overview.
Students then discuss in pairs why they would or would not choose to do this kind of job. Exercise 5 Elicit the meaning of the words in bold. Help them with vocabulary if necessary. Ask different students to read out the phrases and to do or mime the action. Exercise 2 Ask students to ask and answer the questions in closed pairs.
Ask students, in closed pairs, to consider how the sentences in b differ from those in a. Ask students around the class to read the Study Skills tip aloud. Then ask students to make sentences using their own ideas. Elicit or explain the meaning of the terms used. When you feel sure that students can cope with the task, assign it as written homework to be handed in or checked at the start of the next lesson. Students then practise using the vocabulary items by making sentences with them. You may decide to assign this as written homework to be handed in or checked at the start of the next lesson.
C — this little example on non verbal communication inspired me to become a body language expert. Explain to students that this task requires their personal input and they should make sentences that are true for them. Elicit that they each show a different kind of entertainer. Exercise 4 Ask students to match the words to their definitions; you may prefer them to do the exercise in pairs or small groups. Move around the class monitoring the discussions and correcting or assisting students. Exercise 4 Ask students to look up the words in their dictionaries, and then to close their dictionaries and demonstrate the meaning of each word to their partner in closed pairs.