By Tina Kasloff Carver, Sandra Douglas Fotinos
offers an inviting method of constructing dialog fluency. This ebook offers photograph dictionary-type pages, in addition to dialog and grammar perform, that supply scholars with the vocabulary and conversing talents they want for lifestyle. For intermediate ESL novices.
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Speech Bring something from your own cultural heritage to class and tell the class about it. :; ~ 1. amazing 2. 3. 4. 5. amusing awful bizarre delightful 6. dramatic 7. dreadful 8. embarrassing 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. fantastic frightening heart-rending heartwarming hysterical incredible painful 16. react 17. reaction 18. 19. 20. 21. strange suspenseful terrible true story '\ 22. unbelievable 23. unusual 24. wild - -c Picture Discussion With your class, answer the questions about the scene. • Use the vocabulary list.
Enjoys meeting people from different cultures. 2. likes to travel to foreign countries. 3. loves to speak foreign languages. 4. is embarrassed speaking a foreign language. 5. has had an unusual experience in a foreign country. 6. --------------------------------7. Cross Cultural Exchange In groups of four, choose a conversation monitor and a recorder. • Discuss these questions. • Compare cultures when possible. • Report the results of your discussion to the class. 1. What traditions are part of your cultural heritage?
3. When would people in your culture be uncomfortable asking for help? 2. Have you had any problems with polite expressions in English? Tell the class. Class List With your class, say "please" and "thank you" in as many different languages as you can. • Make a class list on the board. Please 18 Thank you School Survey Ask three people in your school these questions. • Fill in the chart and report their answers to the class. Would you ... Yes No Maybe, if ... pick up a hitchhiker? help a stranger in distress?