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Matura: Speaking: Media and Communications

Level: Upper intermediate Type: General lesson plan

In this speaking lesson focusing on 21st-century problems and communication, students learn about different ways of communicating, networking and keeping in touch, and also discuss cause and effect.

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  • Hmm...these are supposed to be Matura lesson plans for uppper intermediate students, however, I find these worksheet to be way too easy for my students. I would place these at about a b1 level. The Matura exams my students take in Poland involve a lot more complicaed scenarios, a lot of interjection from the examiner to disagree with the student, to ask for clarification, opposition for proposed plans, allthewhile the student myst keep at least 4 main points to cover at the forefront of the conversation. Here is an example https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/825706912910748879/ I would urge that these lesson plans are increased in difficulty and that the level of english raised accordingly. Thanks.

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  • Hi chays,
    Thanks for your feedback. Can I just check why you feel they don't correspond?
    The teacher's notes for the practice exam question say that the question is designed for students to take on the role of either a student or an examiner to discuss questions on the topic. There is a larger role-play beforehand, called Activity 3 in the teacher's notes, which is to help students prepare for this.
    Best wishes,
    The onestopenglish team

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  • Hello,
    There seems to be a problem with the teacher's notes on this activity: the "practice Exam Question" does not correspond at all to the role play proposed on the student work sheet. Either that or the rapport between the two is not made very clear.

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