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Integrated English Writing. Attendance Please raise your hand and say “HERE!”. Find the 10 writing errors with your partner To: reservations@hiltonhotel.com From: hyorilee@awesome.com Subject: Hotel Reservation Dear Hilton hotel

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Attendance

Please raise

your hand

and say

“HERE!”

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Find the 10 writing errors with your partner

    • To: reservations@hiltonhotel.com
    • From: hyorilee@awesome.com
    • Subject: Hotel Reservation
    • Dear Hilton hotel
    • I read about your hotel on Internet. You seem to offer the kind of facilities I’m looking for.
    • My friends and I are planning to visit to paris for vacation. Do you have two rooms available
    • for five nights on July? We plan to stay from July 7 to July 12, 2012. We need the following :
    • ● Rooms: two double rooms with two single beds
    • ● We require half board
    • Does your hotel offer airport shuttle service? If so, can you please pick us up at the airport
    • at 3:30 P.M. on July 7? Also, one of my friends is blind. Does your hotel have an elevator
    • with braille elevator buttons?
    • I have two more questions:
    • ● How far is it by foot to the nearest shopping mall?
    • ● Can you send me more informations about the city bus tour in Paris?
    • Sincerely
    • Hyo-ri Lee
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Here are the 10 writing errors!

    • To: reservations@hiltonhotel.com
    • From: hyorilee@awesome.com
    • Subject: Hotel Reservation
    • Dear Hilton Hotel, (add a comma)
    • I read about your hotel on the Internet. You seem to offer the kind of facilities I amlooking for.
    • My friends and I are planning to visit (delete “to”)Paris for vacation. Do you have two rooms
    • available for five nights in July? We plan to stay from July 7 to July 12, 2012. We need the
    • following: (no extra space before the colon)
    • ● Rooms: two double rooms with two single beds
    • ● We require half board
    • Does your hotel offer airport shuttle service? If so, can you please pick us up at the airport
    • at 3:30 P.M. on July 7? Also, one of my friends is blind. Does your hotel have an elevator
    • with braille elevator buttons?
    • I have two more questions:
    • ● How far is it on foot to the nearest shopping mall?
    • ● Can you send me more information(delete “s”) about the city bus tour in Paris?
    • Sincerely, (add a comma)
    • Hyo-ri Lee
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Peer Editing

  • Read your partner’s hotel reservation email and make corrections with a pencil!
  • Did your partner …
  • write a salutation (e.g. Dear Sir or Madam,)?
  • write four paragraphs?
  • use contractions (e.g. we’re  we are)?
  • use informal English (e.g. gonna  going to)?
  • write a closing (e.g. Sincerely,)?
  • make any writing errors (grammar, spelling, capitalization, and punctuation)?
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Unit 2: Let’s keep in touch

Task: Write an informal email to a friend

Pages: 14-17

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Three Examples

Two emails and one letter

pages 14-15

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Answer these questions with your partner:

Which example is the most informal?

Which example is the most formal?

Underline examples of informal language in emails #1 and #3? Look for two examples of:

▶ contractions (e.g. I’ve been trying to…)

▶ abbreviations (e.g. Only real prob was…)

▶ellipsis (e.g. (I) Had a great time in Turkey.)

▶colloquial expressions (e.g. hang out with his mates)

▶acronyms (e.g. BTW)

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Focus on …

the language of informal emails

Page 16

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▶ Salutation

Hi,* REMEMBER to write a comma after the salutation!

Hi (name),

Hey (name),

▶ Starting an informal email

(It’s) Great to hear from you!

Thanks for your email!

Congratulations!

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▶ Ending an informal email

See you soon!

Look forward to seeing you!

Hope to see you soon!

Let’s stay in touch!

▶ Closing

Your friend, * REMEMBER to write a comma after the closing!

Cheers,

Take care,

Best wishes,

Love,

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Let’s Practice!

In your notebook, rewrite the two short emails on page 16 using informal language.

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Write an email reply to an old friend

  • page 16 (parts 3 and 4)
  • Paragraph 1: respond to your friend’s exciting news!
  • Paragraph 2: changes in your life (e.g. new boyfriend/girlfriend, summer vacation, etc.)
  • Paragraph 3: news about family and friends (e.g. went clubbing in Hongdae, brother is in the army, etc.)
  • Paragraph 4: university life (e.g. joined a new club, got straight A’s last semester, went on an MT, etc.)
  • Paragraph 5: suggest the two of you keep in touch more regularly
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Homework

Finish writing your email. Then, type your

email, print it, and bring it to class in two

weeks.

Have an AWESOME holiday weekend!

See you on Monday, October 10!