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1 Objective: Students will be able to give compliments and express appreciation.

2 Give a compliment to your partner about the piece of work she or he has chosen. Thank your partner for the compliment Thank you for ________. noticing telling me I appreciate your ________. noticing telling me input attention I like your work because it ________. is neat is attractive has a high score That piece is a good choice to display because it ________. is impressive is your best work shows what you’ve learned is creative earned a high grade input = ideas, advice, money, or effort that you put into a job or activity in order to help it succeed notice = if you notice something or someone, you realize that they exist, especially because you can see, hear, or feel them INT: ADV:

3 Objective: Students will be able to contribute ideas.

4 If you want to share some ideas with a group, what do you say? I think ____because _____. We could _______. How about if we ______? Might I suggest _____? Could we consider ______? I propose that we __________. In my opinion, ______. My idea is similar to ____’s idea because____. Not really. I do not agree. I have a dissenting point of view in that__. I am not sure about ________. I disagree with the idea of ___because ___. Yes, I agree that _________. Yes, I agree with _________. I concur with _________. I concur with the idea of _________. Do you agree? What do you think about _________? What is your opinion of _________? If you want to ask for input, what do you say? If you want to agree with an idea, what do you say? If you want to disagree with an idea, what do you say? INT ADV INT ADV INT ADV

5 Objective: Students will be able to contribute ideas.

6 Task: Use the grammatical structures from the previous lesson to create a conversation.  Move the slips of paper around until you create the best possible conversation.  There is more than one way to arrange the slips of paper.  You do not need to use all of the slips.  Ideas in italics are ADVANCED grammatical structures.  Practice reading the conversation and be ready to share!

7 Task: Use the grammatical structures from the previous lesson to write a conversation. Heading Contributing Ideas: Writing Conversations “Might I suggest a party?” asked Maribel. “I think we should have game day,” replied Mario. Maribel answered, “I agree because we all need to work on our language skills.” “We could play Apples to Apples,” suggested Mario.

8 Contributing Ideas: Writing Use “give one, get one” to exchange and write ideas on your paper. Meet with at least 12 people. You prompt each person… Let him or her know if you want a sentence contributing an idea, asking for input, agreeing, or disagreeing. Write what he or she says.

9 CONTRIBUTING IDEAS: LISTENING 1)I am not sure about vampires. 2)What do you think about Bella? 3)What is your opinion of Twilight? 4)Yes, I agree that Twilight is exciting. 5)In my opinion, Jacob is better than Edward. 6)We could go to see Twilight at the movie theater. 7)What do you think about the Twilight series? 8)I disagree with Bella’s choice because I want to be human. 3 points each 1-capitals 1-punctuation 1-grammar/sentence +3 Int +3 total

10 CONTRIBUTING IDEAS: LISTENING 1)What is your opinion of Twilight? 2)I am not sure about vampires. 3)In my opinion Jacob is better than Edward. 4)What do you think about Bella? 5)I concur with the idea of going to see Twilight at the movie theater. 6)I have a dissenting point of view in that I would not become a vampire. 7)I disagree with the idea of becoming a vampire because it would mean giving up my life. 8)My idea is similar to Stephenie’s idea because I would like to write a book, too. 3 points each 1-capitals 1-punctuation 1-grammar/sentence +3


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