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6.24 Final week. Ruey -Ying and Andras. Today’s Lesson: Review, review!. Warm-up: Boggle Revenge HW Check Review Stations Jeopardy Formal Letters Revisited HW. Boggle . Let’s go!. HW Check p 96, 4. c ome in p aint Redecorated i nstalled b uilt p ut in s hop g et.

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6 24 final week

6.24 Final week

Ruey-Ying and Andras

today s lesson review review
Today’s Lesson: Review, review!
  • Warm-up: Boggle Revenge
  • HW Check
  • Review Stations
  • Jeopardy
  • Formal Letters Revisited
  • HW
boggle
Boggle
  • Let’s go!
hw check p 96 4
HW Check p 96, 4
  • come in
  • paint
  • Redecorated
  • installed
  • built
  • put in
  • shop
  • get
hw check p 96 5
HW Check p 96, 5
  • Greg stayed up all night in order to study for the English test.

Or: Greg stayed up all night so that he could study for the English test.

  • I walked to work today in order to get some fresh air.

Or: I walked to work today so that I could get some fresh air.

My car is at home.

  • Cathy called me last night in order to (so that she could) invite me to her party on Friday.
  • My brother borrowed my tools in order to (so that he could) build a bookcase.
hw check unit 10 12 p 127 1
HW Check Unit 10-12, p 127 1.
  • Might have been/could have been
  • Might have knocked over/could have knocked over
  • Shouldn’t have told
  • Couldn’t have made
hw check unit 10 12 p 127 2
HW Check Unit 10-12, p 127 2.
  • The teacher might have been sick.
  • There may have been a robbery.

Or: My neighbor might have gone crazy.

  • It could have been a flying saucer.
  • The letter might have been from her boyfriend.
  • The person might have had the wrong fax number.
hw check unit 10 12 p 127 3
HW Check Unit 10-12, p 127 3.
  • should have dressed
  • should have arrived
  • should have remembered
  • should have allowed
  • should have described
  • shouldn’t have done
hw check unit 10 12 p 128 4
HW Check Unit 10-12, p 128 4.
  • would turn off
  • had
  • could sing
  • could buy
  • had studied/could have studied
  • could have attended
  • had gone/could have gone
  • had paid
  • would try out
hw check unit 10 12 p 128 5
HW Check Unit 10-12, p 128 5.
  • budget
  • deal with
  • sophisticated
  • wreck
  • extinct
  • benefit
  • stick to
  • conclusive
  • funds
  • mandatory
slide12

Group 1: Unit 9

  • Group 2: Unit 10
  • Group 3: Unit 11
  • Group 4: Unit 12
  • After 10 minutes, rotate!
jeopardy
Jeopardy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBaBZJlClvc

Rules

  • Group 1 will start, then after they answer a question, group 2 will answer, and so on
  • The team answering will have 1 minute to discuss, and make a guess (you don’t have to use the full minute)
  • If they are wrong, another group can steal. First group with a raised hand gets the chance.
  • You won’t lost points for a wrong answer, except during Final Jeopardy.
  • Final Jeopardy: Make a Bet + Answer
revisit formal letters
Revisit formal letters
  • The structure and the tone will vary depending on the purpose of the letter.
    • e.g. when you recruit volunteers, normally you don’t really take an action.
  • When you write a letter to request something, what kinds of response would you expect?
    • Acceptance
    • Rejection
    • Are they different?
slide15

Let’s take a look at two authentic letters!

  • Read the acceptance letter.
    • Where can you find information about the result?
    • What’s the main idea of each paragraph?
    • Underline common expressions in formal letters. You might want to use them in the exam tomorrow!
slide16

Read the rejection letter.

  • With your partner, discuss the following questions:
    • Where can you find information about the result?
    • What’s the main idea of each paragraph? How is it different from the acceptance letter?
    • Underline common expressions in formal letters. You might want to use them in the exam tomorrow!
slide17
HW:
  • Review for the test:
    • Create 3 questions that you have, and bring them tomorrow.
    • Groups will try to answer them tomorrow
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