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GET LEARNING!. Form 11. Lesson Objectives:. To read and understand articles about learning new things To practise using reading strategies for identifying facts and opinions To practise using expressions with get, have, make, take To watch a video about learning at Rugby

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lesson objectives
Lesson Objectives:
  • To read and understand articles about learning new things
  • To practise using reading strategies for identifying facts and opinions
  • To practise using expressions with get, have, make, take
  • To watch a video about learning at Rugby
  • To make a survey and speak about learning
new vocabulary
NEW VOCABULARY

m-learning

martial arts

sandcastle

sword fighting

harp

takeoff

picture messaging

salsa

reading a m learning revolution b offbeat web courses c living the part
Reading:A) M-Learning RevolutionB) Offbeat Web CoursesC) Living the part

1. Who and/or what is the text about?

2. What can the people learn?

3. What ways of learning are mentioned?

reading strategies
Reading Strategies:

FACTS

OPINIONS

  • give information which is definitely true (e.g. Three schools are taking part in the project)
  • Often contain adjectives that show what a person thinks about something (e.g. fantastic, boring)
  • Often expressed by speculating modal verbs and expressions (e.g. should be, can’t be, could be, must be; I think, I suppose, personally, apparently)
ways of learning a m learning b on line learning c method acting
Ways of learning:A) m-learningB) on-line learningC) method-acting

Pros (+)

Cons (-)

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3

vocabulary get have make take
vocabulary: get, have, make, take
  • get sb to do sthbecome
  • take part in build
  • have links to carry, do something
  • get access to try hard
  • make a call learn
  • make (sandcastles) help you to do sth
  • get sb doing sthorganise
  • get (excited) make someone do sth
  • take lessons connect to
  • take action participate in
  • take up reach
  • make an effort start to do
  • have (a party) telephone
vocabulary get have make take1
vocabulary: get, have, make, take
  • get sb to do sthmake someone do sth
  • take part in participate in
  • have links to connect to carry
  • get access to reach
  • make a call telephone
  • make (sandcastles) build
  • get sb doing sthhelp you to do sth
  • get (excited) become
  • take lessons learn
  • take action carry, do something
  • take up start to do
  • make an effort try hard
  • have (a party) organise
home task
Home Task
  • Ex. 1, 2 p.66 (LPB)
  • * Composition “The Most Effective Ways of Learning” (100 words)
  • * visit the sites from Text B and try to take on-line classes www.sandcastlecentral.comwww.bustamove.com

www.firstflight.com

www.BalloonHQ.com