due to old age or an accident).: This view gives a reason for continuing to love someone, but it does not explain how two people fall in love.Also it does not account for the fact that some relationships are superior to others.In pairs, discuss which ones you prefer, which one you wouldn’t mind trying and which ones you would never try, giving reasons to support your opinion. This time we are going to listen for specific vocabulary. Listen to a man talking about What Makes a Good Friend and fill in the spaces in the exercise embedded below .
Based on a workshop presented at the TESOL '99 convention.Included are the workshop outline, two demonstration lessons, and resources used for creating your own practice lessons. I know them well and we enjoy discussing philosophical issues in depth.The first page of lesson one may be difficult for groups of students who don’t know each other well or just don’t like thinking deeply about things. Let students role play the situation for one minute and then say stop.
The activity used is a variation on the popular practice of speed dating.
Thousands of people get scammed online, mostly women. The emotional damage is bigger than the lost money.
The police talked about the damage the scams do to people.
A new Internet scam is tricking people who are looking for love. They include love letters, photos, videos and fake identities. People should never give money to strangers online, even if that person tells a very sad story.
The conmen pretend to be looking for love on dating sites.
Has our lifestyle changed so much that it has affected the way we socialise, date and communicate with our family? (Dictogloss technique here ) As I normally have large classes I have written two texts containing the target language so I will divide the class into two groups and I’ll dictate the texts in turns, following the dictogloss technique.