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9 I couldn't agree with you more… I'm afraid I agree with …, because… You're right. That's a good point. That's not always the case… No, I'm not so sure about that… Absolutely not! I agree up to a point, but... I see your point, but... That’s partly true, but...

10 I couldn't agree with you more… I'm afraid I agree with …, because… You're right. That's a good point. I agree up to a point, but... I see your point, but... That’s partly true, but... That's not always the case… No, I'm not so sure about that… Absolutely not!

11 I couldn't agree with you more… I'm afraid I agree with …, because… You're right. That's a good point. I agree up to a point, but... I see your point, but... That’s partly true, but... That's not always the case… No, I'm not so sure about that… Absolutely not!

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13 How have your looks changed in the last ten years? How important is a change in looks? If you could have a free makeover, what physical changes would you seek? Why? Now, watch the video. Has your opinion changed?

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21 Then and now Slides 3-4 In small groups, students talk about how our world used to be. Move to page 3 and elicit from students what they can see (A picture showing London in the past and nowadays). Elicit a few sentences from them. Click to reveal prompts. Have students compare both pictures. Click to reveal question. Have students discuss. Click on the link on the bottom of the page to see more ‘Then & Now’ pictures. Elicit from students which changes were more shocking, harmful, etc.

22 Technology Slide 5  Refer students to the questions on the board. Have them think about how technology has affected our lives. Slide 6 -7  Refer students to the question on the slide.  Have them write a list.  Click on the link to play video.  Check how many things the students could predict.

23 Agreeing & Disagreeing Slides  Refer students to the statement on the board.  Tell them they are going to give their opinions say whether they agree or not and justify.  Repeat procedure with the following slides.

24 Personality & Appearance Slide 13  Refer students to the image on the screen. Elicit a few differences.  Tell students they will watch a video about someone’s change in appearance;  Click on the link. Play the video (fast forward it to keep it under 2”). Have students talk about the changes.  Click to reveal the next questions.  Have students discuss in groups.

25 Conversation Slides  Refer students to the question on the board.  Have them discuss.  Repeat procedure with the following slides.

26 Thinking ahead Slide  Refer students to the question on slide 17 and prompts on slide 18.  Have them discuss in groups.

27 Future me Slide 19  Tell students they can write an to themselves to read in the future.  Click on the link to visit the website.  Show examples of people who did it.  Encourage students to do it from home. For instance, they may write an to the end of the semester.


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