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DEBATES. round tables. debates’ tournament. group debates. role games. A format for a classroom debate. A good debater:. Respects different opinions; Is tolerant of people with whom he disagrees: Looks at opposing viewpoint; Researches the issue he will debate;

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round tables

debates’ tournament

group debates

role games

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A good debater:

  • Respects different opinions;
  • Is tolerant of people with whom he disagrees:
  • Looks at opposing viewpoint;
  • Researches the issue he will debate;
  • Expresses and tests his arguments;
  • Learns to use reasons to challenge others;
  • Attacks arguments not personalities;
  • Is an active citizen of his country.
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A list of some useful phrases and expressions.

  • Expressing one’s opinion
  • Asking for someone’s opinion
  • Defending one’s opinion
  • Expressing doubt
  • Asking for confirmation
  • Agreeing
  • Expressing understanding
  • Disagreeing
  • Checking understanding
  • Expressions to give smb. Time to think
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PRACTICALE ACTIVITIES.
  • Introducing the topic “Questioning GMOs”.
  • Put the pupils into debate groups (teams, clubs).
  • Referring to the words expressions; replace the words and expressions.
  • Referring to reading information: Food safety; Economic impact of crop biotechnology.
  • Checking understanding: Question answering; Multiple choice; True | false sentences.
  • Referring to visual information.
  • Concluding.
  • Pro-GMOs arguments: GMOs could help to solve the problem of world hunger.
  • Anty-GMOs arguments: genetic contamination, loss of biodiversity.
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