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1 1 JORNADAS DE FORMACIÓN E INTERCAMBIO EUROPEO PARA PROFESORES DE EOI ( APEOICVA) KEEP THEM TALKING! Silvia Carchano Alcina

2 Two Main Ideas Learning having fun Encouraging production as much as possible

3 3 Spiraling Regrets (Speak Out, Teacher’s Book)

4 4 Verb Patterns (Inside Out, Resource Pack)

5 5 Start If I were a man / woman, … We ’ d have picked you up at the airport if.. If I hadn ’ t been ill, … Go ahead 2 If I win the lottery,.. I won ’ t go unless … If we had had more time in London, … If I had more time, … You ’ d sleep better if you … He ’ ll be late for work again if he … If she was prettier, … If I lose my job, I … If I hadn ’ t gone to that party, … If she had more money, she … I ’ ll wash the dishes if you.... She wouldn ’ t treat him like that if … If I were you … Go back 2 They won ’ t do it unless … Finish Rules: Roll the dice and move your counter. Complete the sentence and then your partners will ask you two more questions. Game with Conditionals

6 6 Talk about how long you’ve lived in your present home Talk about an important lesson in life you’ve learnt and never forgotten Talk about how long you’ve had your computer or your mobile phone Talk about what you remember about your first day at high school / university Talk about how long you’ve been studying English and if you’re satisfied with your progress Talk about your favourite childhood toy Talk about where you grew up and went to school Talk about the last big party or celebration you went to Talk about your best teacher at school Talk about what you did on the last public holiday Talk about a place you’ve been going to a lot recently Talk about something interesting that’s been in the news recently Present Perfect vs Past Simple (adapted from Speak Out, Teacher’s Book)

7 7 Rules: Roll the dice and move your counter. Answer the question and then your partners will ask you two more questions. START What’s your favourite means of transport? Do you prefer travelling by plane or by train? When was the last time you went shopping for shoes? What do you usually spend your money on? Do you prefer travelling independently or package holidays? Go back 1 How much do you normally spend every weekend? Do you like travelling? Go ahead 2 Do you always wear your seat belt? Do you usually take pictures when you travel? When was the last time you bought a present? Do you prefer paying in cash or by credit card? Which places are popular in your country with foreign tourists? Have you ever been on a cruise? Are you afraid of flying? Do you ever walk to school / work? Can you cycle? Do you usually use public transport? FINISH Trade places Which is the fastest means of transport? Where would you like to go on your next holiday? Are there any cycle lanes in your town? Do you usually buy souvenirs when you travel? Have you borrowed money recently? What kind of things do you like buying on the Internet? Have you ever travelled abroad? How often do you travel? Do you play the lottery? Have you ever lent money to someone? Where did you go on your last trip? Go back 2 What’s your favourite type of holiday? Do you prefer corner shops or shopping malls? What’s the most expensive thing you’ve ever bought? How often do you go shopping for clothes? Have you ever lost your credit card? Review Unit 2 (New English File Intermediate)

8 8 Ask questions to complete the table. Remember to ask at least two extra questions. You can’t write the same name more than twice. FIND SOMEONE WHONAMEASK FOR DETAILS Turned down a job offer in the past and regrets it now Has recently taken up a new hobby Wants to set up their own company Was talked into doing something they didn´t really want to do Ran out of money last month Grew up abroad or knows someone who did Is planning to settle down in a different city next year Has recently watched a film that didn’t live up to their expectations Is going to put up some friends or relatives next month Prefers washing up to using a dishwasher Has learnt how to deal with problems in a more effective way Phrasal Verbs

9 9 Memories (Inside Out Advanced, Resource Pack) (original by Miguel Ángel Almarza) STUDENT A 1. What do you usually have for breakfast? 2. Something you used to wear as a teenager but you don’t wear any more. 3. Where would you go on holidays when you were a child? 4. Where were you when you first saw snow? 5. What’s the last thing you have got used to doing? 1. ……………………………… 2. …….……………………….. 3. …………………………….. 4. …………………………….. 5..…………………………….. STUDENT B 1. What was the last item of clothing you bought? 2. How did you celebrate your birthday as a child? 3. What used to make you feel embarrassed when you were a teenager? 4. Something you are used to eating now but you didn’t like when you were a child. 5. How long does it usually take you to fall asleep at night? 1. ……………………………….. 2. ……………………………….. 3. ……………………………….. 4. ……………………………….. 5. ……………………………….. Usually, Used to, Would, Be/Get used to Adapted from “Memories” (Inside Out Advanced, Resource Pack, original by Miguel Ángel Almarza)

10 10 For and Against I Using mobile phones in class FOR Downloading music & films For Compulsory school uniforms For cctv cameras & speed cameras for Having hobbies makes you happier For Monitoring of social network websites For Cosmetic surgery for Pets make you happier For Money makes you happy For phone cameras & paparazzi for Using mobile phones in class AGAINST Downloading music & films AGAINST Compulsory school uniforms AGAINST cctv cameras & speed cameras AGAINST Having hobbies makes you happier AGAINST Monitoring of social network websites AGAINST Cosmetic surgery AGAINST Pets make you happier AGAINST Money makes you happy AGAINST phone cameras & paparazzi AGAINST

11 11 For and Against II Debate: - green: for - red or orange: against Students work in pairs Students work in groups of 6 or 8

12 12 Speed Dating Listening: Hot English Speaking Activity: - questions on love and relationships - and / or speed dating activity ↓ ↓ cards like in real life ↓ OneStopEnglish Handout

13 13 MEN Seeking Women © OneStopEnglish Profile A: REX You are in your thirties but you don’t want to settle down yet. You take great care about your appearance. You like sports and action films. You work for an advertising agency. You like going to the pub, restaurants and the cinema. You smoke 20 cigarettes per day, but don’t admit to it easily. (You can add your own ideas.) Profile B: ANDY You are an engineer and a workaholic (you love your work and spend about 14 hours a day there.) You like travelling, when you have the time. You are forty years old and you are divorced. You are looking to find a permanent partner. (You can add your own ideas.) Profile C: PETER You work for a bank, and you are a little bit shy. You are 25 years old. You like long walks in the countryside and yoga. You would like to start a family. (You can add your own ideas.)

14 14 WOMEN seeking Men © OneStopEnglish Profile A: JANE You are recently divorced. You have 2 children, so you would like to find somebody who likes children. You are 30 years old, sporty and attractive. Your ex-husband was a workaholic so you want a man who is less committed to his job. (You can add your own ideas.) Profile B: SANDRA You are 25 years old, but you find men of your own age immature. You like going to the cinema and the theatre. You do amateur dramatics and are attracted to outgoing men. You hate smoking. (You can add your own ideas.) Profile C: HELEN You are 35 years old, dynamic and definitely a career woman. You don’t want your new boyfriend to interfere with your work too much. You like going to the gym and buying the latest fashions. (You can add your own ideas.)

15 15 ESL Conversation Questions conv.htmhttp://www.eslpartyland.com/teachers/nov/ conv.htm

16 16 (Adapted from The Place Where You Live (Adapted from

17 17 FIND OUT IF… Find out if someone in your class: - has had a problem with the police - has met a famous person - has had a frightening experience on an airplane - has had a premonition or experienced ESP - has had a dream that later came true - has fallen in love with a person they could not have - has ever been on a terrible date - has gotten a tattoo - has performed a daredevil act - has backpacked in a foreign country - has won something (i.e. the lottery, a contest, etc.) - has been to a casino - has been on TV

18 18 Online Games phphttp://www.toolsforeducators.com/dominoes/dailyroutines. php

19 19 Dominoes Game I

20 20 Source: Randall’s ESL Listening Lab 1. Where was the man coming from when he first saw the UFO? A. He was returning home from a party. B. He just got off work when he saw the UFO. C. He was driving home from a restaurant. 2. What time did the man report the incident to the police? A. about 12:00 AM B. about 3:00 AM C. about 5:00 AM 3. What jumped out in front of the man's car? A. a giant deer B. a strange man C. a hairy alien 4. What happened next to the man? A. He walked to a flying saucer. B. He followed the animal to a plane. C. He was carried to a spaceship. 5. What does the police officer suggest at the end of the story? A. They should call the fire department. B. The man should seek counselling. C. The man should contact the newspaper. A STORY TO REMEMBER

21 21

22 22 Three Main Ideas Learning having fun Encouraging production as much as possible Using real materials

23 23 alize-it-use-authentic-materials/http://ddeubel.edublogs.org/2010/06/02/re alize-it-use-authentic-materials/ When one teaches, two learn Using Real / Authentic Materials

24 24 · As you listen to Tanya talk about her Jury Service, complete the transcript. T= Tanya G= Guy on till T: (pushing to the front of the queue) Yeah; ___________. I want to make a complaint. I found a __________ in my burger and I want another one. G: Alright. Just ________ ___ ________, will you? T: And I want extra fries and a diet Coke to compensate for my ___________ __________. G: Where is it? T: I was _________ and I ________ _____! G: That’s the __________ time you’ve done this! T: I know, and I’ve got _______ _________ _________ (sniggers). See you tomorrow … (addresses audience). I got a letter the other day, saying that I ‘ad to go to ________. I rang them up and was like, “Look, it fell into my ________! I was going to take it ________!” They _____ like, “No, we’re calling you for Jury Service” and I was like, “I knew that. I was just _________ ______ you.” The man on the phone said that I had to go the ___________ ___________ and I was like, “Impossible bruv, I’m going to Leesha’s party on Saturday, then a ________ - ____ on Sunday, getting my hair done on Monday and there’s no way I’m coming to court with half a _________!” He said that if I didn’t go I could be arrested. Arrested? Me?! I aint going no prison. With my pretty-girl __________, I could end up _________ ________ to some ________ who looks like Phil Mitchell. I said, “Listen, I’m willing to compromise. Why don’t you lot just ______ ____ _______ ____, and I’ll just come back later on in the week in time for the ________ ?” and you know what? ‘E said no, I have to be there to hear evidence. I said to him, “ ___ _______ _________ ___ ______________. I know most of them boys in ‘Ackney. Why don’t you tell me who it was and I’ll tell you ____ ____ __________ ___ ___ ____.” But he wouldn’t tell me and I was getting ________ ________. I was like, “Look, you think I’m going to be catching a bus at 7 in the morning and _______ _________ so that I can spend a whole day in a room full of people who _______ _______ they got dressed together in ________? ___ _____ _______ ____!!!!!!!” Anyway, I can’t just ______ _______ ____ Netto like that. I might _______ ___ ______ on the till. Then when I go back they’ll stick me in the freezer section and that ________ _______ ____ ____ _______. I was like, “Listen, you’re gonna have to compensate me _____ ________. You get me? What about this ‘Witness Protection’ thing? I hear they give you a ________ - __________ _______, a car and a ‘usband. I said to ‘im, “I’ll take 50cent. If you aint got ________ else, I’ll take Lemar!” He said I wouldn’t get that in this case. That I’d probably get a _________ and £___ a day __________, and I said, “I’ll see you Monday.” So I went down the ________ yeah? And I started my Jury Service, and I was ________ _________ from the weekend, so I was upset when the usher told me to take off ____ ___________. I don’t know why they call him ‘usher’. He looked more like Fatman Scoop. Anyway, I’m not allowed to discuss the case ______ ________. But I’ll tell you. This guy, Nathan, is accused of robbing a warehouse and stealing a truckload of __________ _______. I am very glad that I turned up to carry out my ________ ________ for ________ and __________ (salutes) … especially as half the stuff ______ _______ ________ yet and Nathan has given me a load of _________ _________ to wear while I deliberate my verdict. I’m gonna look ________ _________ when I go in next week and find him _________! What? You thought I was gonna let him off just ‘cos he gave me this? I asked him for ______ and he _______ _____ ______. That man is ________ ________. But not til he gets me some Prada boots, you ______ ____? ‘Cos, you know, I’m not ___________! JURY SERVICE © Lis Harrison (min 00:09-04:15)

25 25 Cartoons Crime

26 26 Crime and Justice What does jury service involve? Is justice in our country effective? Juvenile violence Types of crimes and punishments What’s the Witness Protection Scheme? Crime and technology: phishing, identity theft, hacking, etc. Drink-driving: what can be done? Penalty points on the driving licence: how does it work? Is this an effective system?

27 27 Tell Me What Happened london http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england- london Student A leaves the classroom Student B watches the video and takes notes Two possibilities: - Student B tells Student A - Student A is only allowed to ask Yes / No questions

28 28 Drink-Driving Campaign

29 29 I open my _________ I try to _____ but I’m blinded by the ______ ______ I can’t ____________ how I can’t remember ___________ I’m lying here ____________ And I can’t stand the _________ And I can’t make it ______ ________ No I can’t stand the _________ How could this happen to me I made my __________ I’ve got ___________ to run The night ________ ____ As I’m fading __________ I’m ________ of this life I just wanna __________ How could this happen to me Everybody’s _____________ I try to make a sound but no one __________ _____ I’m slipping off the __________ I’m hanging by a ____________ I wanna start this _________ ___________ So I try to _________ Onto a time when nothing __________ And I can’t ___________ what happened And I can’t erase the __________ I’ve ________ No I can’t How could this happen to me I made my ____________ I’ve got _________ to run The night ________ _______ As I’m fading _____________ I’m __________ of this life I just wanna ____________ How could this happen to me I made my _____________ I’ve got ____________to run The night ___________ ______ As I’m fading ____________ I’m ___________ of this life I just wanna ____________ How could this happen to me How Could This Happen To Me (Simple Plan)

30 30 I don't want a lot for Christmas There's just one thing I ________ I don't care about the __________ Underneath the Christmas tree CHORUS I just want you for my own More than you could ever _______ Make my wish come _________ All I want for Christmas is you I don't want a lot for Christmas There is just one thing I _________ I don't care about the __________ Underneath the Christmas tree I don’t need to hang my stocking There upon the fireplace Santa Claus won’t make me _________ With a toy on Christmas day CHORUS I won’t ask for much this _________ I won’t even wish for snow I just gonna keep on ___________ Underneath the mistletoe I won’t make a _________ and send it To the North Pole for Saint Nick I won’t ________ stay up late To hear those magic reindeer click CHORUS All the lights are ___________ So brightly everywhere (So brightly everywhere) And the sound of children's __________ Fills the air (Laughter fills the air) And everyone is _________ (oh yeah) I hear those sleigh bells ringing Santa won't you bring me The one I really need Won't you _________ bring my baby to me I don't want a lot for Christmas This is all I'm asking for (all I’m asking for) I just want to see my ________ Standing right outside my _________ I just want him for my own More than you could ever _________ Make my wish come _________ All I want for Christmas is you, and you and you and you and you All I want for Christmas All I Want for Christmas is You (Love Actually)

31 31 Love and Relationships 1) What’s more important, love or friendship? Why? 2) Your ideal partner 3) The perfect date 4) Childhood sweethearts. Old flames 5) St Valentine’s Day: is it too commercialised? 6) Things that can go wrong in a relationship 7) Do you believe in love at first sight? 8) Have you ever been on a blind date? 9) Is it possible to stay friends with an ex? 10) Is it possible to find real love on the Internet?

32 32 Back in the day you had been part of the smart set …………………………………………………………………………. You sipped Camparis with David and Peter ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………….…………………….. Chorus 1: You chased the sun around the Cote d ’ Azur …………………………………………………………………….….. ……………………………………………………………………… … And if a nice young man would buy you a drink ……………………………………………………………………….. You had to marry someone very very rich ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………….. You gave him children, a girl and a boy ………………………………………………………………………….. Chorus 2: You chased the sun around the Cote d ’ Azur ………………………………………………………………………. And if a nice young man would buy you a drink ……………………………………………………………………….. Your son ’ s in stocks and bonds and lives back in Surrey ……………………………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………………………………. Your husband ’ s hollow heart gave out one Christmas Day …………………………………………………………………………… Chorus 3: You chased the sun around the Cote d ’ Azur …………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………….. And if a nice young man would buy you a drink …………………………………………………………………….. A Lady of a Certain Age I (The Divine Comedy)

33 33 Back in the day you had been part of the smart set You ’ d holidayed with kings, dined out with starlets From London to New York, Cap Ferrat to Capri In perfume by Chanel and clothes by Givenchy You sipped Camparis with David and Peter At Noel ’ s parties by Lake Geneva Scaling the dizzy heights of high society Armed only with a cheque-book and a family tree Chorus 1: You chased the sun around the Cote d ’ Azur Until the light of youth became obscured And left you on your own and in the shade An English lady of a certain age And if a nice young man would buy you a drink You ’ d say with a conspiratorial wink “ You wouldn ’ t think that I was seventy ” And he ’ d say, “ No, you couldn ’ t be! ” You had to marry someone very very rich So that you might be kept in the style to which You had all of your life been accustomed to But that the socialists had taxed away from you You gave him children, a girl and a boy To keep your sanity a nanny was employed And when the time came they were sent away Well, that was simply what you did in those days Chorus 2: You chased the sun around the Cote d ’ Azur Until the light of youth became obscured And left you on your own and in the shade An English lady of a certain age And if a nice young man would buy you a drink You ’ d say with a conspiratorial wink “ You wouldn ’ t think that I was sixty-three ” And he ’ ll say, “ No, you couldn ’ t be! ” Your son ’ s in stocks and bonds and lives back in Surrey Flies down once in a while and lives in a hurry Your daughter never finished her finishing school Married a strange young man of whom you don ’ t approve Your husband ’ s hollow heart gave out one Christmas Day He left the villa to his mistress in Marseilles And so you come here to escape your little flat Hoping someone will fill your glass and let you chat about how Chorus 3: You chased the sun around the Cote d ’ Azur Until the light of youth became obscured And left you all alone and in the shade An English lady of a certain age And if a nice young man would buy you a drink You ’ d say with a conspiratorial wink “ You wouldn ’ t think that I was fifty-three ” And he ’ d say, “ No, you couldn ’ t be …” A Lady of a Certain Age II (The Divine Comedy)

34 34 Parental Relationships / Getting older STUDENT A PARENTAL RELATIONSHIPS Are you an only child? Do you know any? Common stereotypes associated with “only children” Would you like to have a big family? Can rich people raise their children better? “Children learn more from their parents and siblings than they do at school.” Do you agree? Does everybody in your family help with the housework? Should teenagers work at weekends / in their school holidays and earn money? In your opinion, when is the right time to leave the nest? Turmoil in parental relationships: divorce rate / common problems Getting old: who’s going to take care of you?

35 35 Parental Relationships / Getting older STUDENT B PARENTAL RELATIONSHIPS · Talk about your family · “Parents shouldn’t buy children everything they want because they become too spoilt.” Why do some parents do this? Do you think they feel guilty about not spending enough time with their children? “Parents should be stricter about what time their children come home.” Do you agree? Why (not)? Who should take care of grandchildren / grandparents? Why? Who used to do it twenty years ago? Special bond between grandparents and grandchildren. Nurseries vs babysitters: advantages and disadvantages. Nursing homes vs home carers: pros and cons.

36 36 Happy Families

37 37 Dinner Party Ice Breakers: Pres Perf + Superlatives What’s the most disgusting thing you’ve ever eaten? What’s the most boring thing you’ve ever done? What’s the best bargain you’ve ever found? Have you ever wished you were the opposite sex? What’s the most beautiful place you’ve ever visited? Have you ever been in a food fight? What’s the longest you’ve ever waited in a line? What’s the biggest surprise you’ve ever had? What’s the most expensive thing you’ve ever bought? What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done? What’s the longest you’ve gone without sleep? What’s the best / worst present you’ve ever received? What’s one talent or skill you don’t have but you’ve always wanted? What’s the best thing that’s ever happened to you? What’s one thing you’ve always wanted to do, but never have?

38 38 Dinner Party Ice Breakers: Conditionals If you could have a superpower, what would it be? If you were a day of the week, which one would you be? If you could have a secret camera in any room in the world, what room would you choose? If you were a character in a movie or in a book, who would you be? If you could choose the last thing you see before you die, what would it be? If you could physically transport yourself to any place in the world at this moment, where would you go? If you owned a store, what would you sell? If you were an animal, what animal would you be? If you could learn any language in the world (except English), which one would you learn? If you could go back in time and prevent a famous person from being murdered, who would you save? If you were a thing, what would you be? If there was one thing in your past you could go back and change, what would it be? If you could make one modern invention disappear, which one would you choose? If you won one thousand pounds, what would you spend this money on? If you were a character in The Simpsons, who would you (hate to) be?

39 39 Advertising and Consumerism _6s (min. 04:05-04:48) (04:48-04:59)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT0ReOjS _6s 8s4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enzkdcCE 8s4 qqohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48AK_fVD qqo

40 40 Advertising and Consumerism 1)Influence of advertising on our shopping habits. 2)TV commercials at Christmas. How can advertising affect our children? 3)Memorable TV commercials / slogans / logos. Why are / were they so successful? 4)Catchy jingles. Can you sing any? 5)Infomercials. Coveted slots during prime time 6) Celebrities and products they endorse 7)Putting out advertisements in newspapers or magazines vs viral campaigns 8) Advertisements on billboards. Can they distract drivers? 9)Consumer advice associations. Are you a member of any? Any experiences complaining? 10) Cold-calling. How do you usually react?

41 41 Fashion or Trashion I

42 42 · IMAGE 1: (big group) 1) Can you describe the objects in the picture? 2) What are they? What do / can you use them for? 3) What do you think they are made of? (remember they’ve been made using recycled materials) 4) Make guesses about: –where they’ve been made –who has made them –how much they cost –what type of person is likely to buy these objects –why would this person buy them 5) Have you got any of these items (or similar ones)? 6) Would you buy them? Why (not)? Fashion or Trashion II

43 43 Fashion or Trashion III ▪ Work with your partner and ask him/her the following questions: 1) What do you think the meaning of “trashion” is? (trash + fashion) How is this term related to the concept of “fashion”? 2) Can eco-friendliness bring business benefits? Why (not)? How is it related to Fair Trade? 3) Can fashion be a sustainable activity? How can “fashion victims” help the environment? 4) How do eco products engage their target audience? Who’s their target audience? 5) Do you recycle at home? And at work? What kind of things do you reuse? 6) Have you ever bought any recycled items or products? If you decided to buy them, why would you do it? What are the pros and cons of buying recycled products?

44 44 Shop assistant / Sales representative Feel the texture of this bag. Come and have a closer look at these models. There are X sizes, each with a rubber zipper, interior pocket, key ring holder and adjustable strap. Observe the finished effect. Look at how well this pocket is stitched. This bag is unique; you won’t find this design elsewhere. Perfect to show it off! This bag is quite exclusive; there aren’t two of the same kind. This bag we’ll make you stand out from the crowd. We use recycled raw materials in all our products. They make the perfect gift because they are appealing to the eye. They are colourful and fun… Look at how well it looks on you! Customer I’m still not convinced. I’ll bring my friend / mum / sister to have a look at it. I like the design, but I’m not sure about the size. Do you have something smaller / larger … Fashion or Trashion IV

45 45 Fashion or Trashion V STUDENT B You are a shop assistant and you sell VAHO and Ragbag products in your shop. A potential customer would like to buy a handbag, but he/she is not completely convinced. Draw his/her attention to the design, the finished effect and the benefits of buying recycled products (i.e. for the environment). Tokio, Kioto, Mikado, Clubbing, Paper and Pekin are made in Spain while Calcutta, Cameroon and Delhi are made in India. Prices normally vary from € 3 2 to € 60 depending on size. You know they are a bit expensive, but there ’ s a wide selection of models. Try first to convince the customer to buy one of the expensive bags, but if you can ’ t, maybe you ’ ll find something cheaper in the catalogue you ’ ve just received from VAHO … STUDENT A You are a student and you are penniless. You really like the handbags in this new shop, VAHO, but you’re sure they must be too expensive! However, it’s your girlfriend/best friend’s birthday and you know she’d just love one of these handbags. A couple of models, Kioto and Tokio, have caught your eye. Will the shop assistant be able to convince you before you run to Zara and buy the cheapest T-shirt you can find? HANDOUT 1

46 46 Fashion or Trashion VI HANDOUT 2 STUDENT A You are a sales representative at a VAHO WORKS stand in a craft fair in Barcelona. You are an environmentally-friendly company and design objects using recycled materials like canopies, advertising flags and banners. Part of the production is done by the prisoners of La Modelo or disabled people. Emphasize the high quality of the finished effect and that the bags are not only unique, but also strong, waterproof and long-lasting. Try to convince store owners that doing business with your company will be profitable for both of you (and for the environment! ) STUDENT B You are a Majorcan handbag shop owner and you are in a craft fair in Barcelona. You are looking for new brands which are appealing and can attract the attention of new customers. Lately, you are not making much profit and you need to revise your commercial strategy. Maybe you will return to that VAHO WORKS stand that caught your eye …

47 47 Fashion or Trashion VII Mikado S : €34 / L: €40 Pekin S: € 39 / M: € 43 / L: € 46 Kioto M: €57 Kioto S: €47 Tokio: €60 Clubbing: €32 Paper: €54 Delhi: € 56 Calcutta: € 38 Cameroon: € 52 © images VAHO & RAGBAG

48 48 FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITY Students who are interested in learning more about the companies we have just seen might want to browse the following websites: Besides, they could also prepare an oral presentation or a written report on an environmentally-friendly company and answer questions like: - what’s their environmental policy? - where do they operate (local / regional / national / global company)? - what kind of recycled / reused materials do they work with? - what are the company’s objectives & how do they work to meet them? (eg. fund-raising events) - who founded the company?, why?, etc. Links to some interesting British websites on the topic: Fashion or Trashion VIII

49 49 Tell me and I forget Tell me and I forget Teach me and I remember Teach me and I remember Involve me and I learn (Benjamin Franklin) (Benjamin Franklin)

50 50 Four Main Ideas Learning having fun Encouraging production as much as possible Using real materials Learning having fun Using real materials that students bring Using real materials that students bring

51 51 Things I bought in England easier version: - 1 object inside a box - Yes / No questions more challenging version: - 3 objects - guess which one was really bought in England

52 52 Help me!!!! I’m a shopaholic!!! 1) Look at the picture. Could this be you? 2) Do you know anyone who is like that? 3) When do you make most of your purchases? How do you usually pay for them? 4) What sort of things do you buy on impulse? 5) Retail therapy: does it work? 6) Flea markets. Second-hand goods. Car boot sales. 7) What things do you usually buy online? Pros and cons. 8) Do you like bargaining? Any experiences abroad?

53 53 Travelling: Students’ pictures

54 54 Travelling: Students’ pictures

55 55 Wordsearch

56 56 Wordsearch Key

57 57 Phrasal Verbs (Crossword)

58 58 Phrasal Verbs (Crossword)

59 59 Short Stories with Phrasal Verbs I

60 60 Recording students

61 61 Recording students - Template (I) Complex words well pronounced Mispronounced words Pronunciation Stress FluentNot very fluent Fluency Well organisedNot very well organised Organisation Complex vocabulary used Mistakes Vocabulary Connectors (at least 5)

62 62 Recording students - Template (II) Adverbs Phrasal verbs GrammarComplex structures usedMistakes Passive sentences Conditional sentences Used to / (be/get) used to Use of past tenses Use of future tenses Elementary mistakes Other mistakes

63 63 Oral presentation I (black: student’s corrections / blue: my corrections)

64 64 Oral presentation II (black: student’s corrections / blue: my corrections)

65 65 Botín’s speech recorded by a student Botin’s speech: Complex words well pronouncedMispronounced words Pronunciation Deserved pleased Financial gathered Turbulence Unaffected (nice pronunciation in general) Money Chairman Announced (announcedman¿?) These Banker Teams (tips¿?) done Stress Turbulence Successfully unaffected Very goodNot so good Intonation As you know Well, let me tell you And especially How we are doing and how we would do better One of the few banks to have successfully come through the turbulence of last year You will (may) ask how it is possible If you don’t fully understand an instrument If you do all these three things Banco Santander teams that are here Very goodNot so good Pauses All the other onesAfter “Congratulations”

66 66 AN ACTIVITY I THINK MIGHT WORK I’ve Never … Level: Intermediate-advanced Grammar: Present perfect and simple past Directions: First, do a model round. Instead of using alcohol, you can use pennies to make this one fun. Start out by telling the class something you've never done. For example, "I've never been to India." Anyone who has been to India must tell the story. After they tell the story and their classmates ask follow-up questions, they receive a penny. Play continues to the right as the next person says, "I've never..." Again, students who have done this receive a penny. Once the students have gotten the idea, put them in groups to continue the activity (you could continue to play as a whole class, but there's more time for language production if they're in groups). At the end, see who has the most pennies and joke about this person being the most experienced.

67 67 Other Things I Want to Try Recording sketches prepared by students Fashion and Trashion with objects made / brought by the students on/expert.htmhttp://www.eslpartyland.com/teachers/conversati on/expert.htm busters/index.aspxhttp://www.teachers-direct.co.uk/resources/quiz- busters/index.aspx Pot luck tea + sharing recipes Speed flatmating … your suggestions


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