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Do you know the Statue of David? In this lesson, students read about it and identify and describe the clothes to dress this famous figure.
Have you ever gone on a blind date? In this lesson, students talk about dating experiences and complete a questionnaire.
What are you wearing? In this lesson, students will expand their vocabulary related to clothing and physical appearance.
Are the “good old days” better than current times? In this lesson, students look at old photos and use used to to compare the past and the present.
Do you believe in fortune tellers? In this lesson, students will read a partner’s palm and predict their future.
What are some personal objects you can leave without? In this lesson, students will identify and use to talk about themselves.
Are you following the latest fashions and trends? In this lesson, students will identify fashions from the past and write about a recent fashion.
What is your favourite colour? In this lesson, students practise different colours and learn about colour association.
If you were a superhero, would you have a secret identity? In this lesson, students use the 2nd conditional to talk about double identities.
Students describe their first impressions of people and what they notice about appearance and personality.
Students discuss what qualities are important in a friend and do a questionnaire about friendship.
In this lesson, students design a tattoo and create a fashion.
In this lesson, students write a message and analyse handwriting.
In this lesson, students answer questions from a partner’s perspective, find out how well they know their classmates and create questions.
In this lesson, students take part in a question and answer card game.
In this lesson, students create a questionnaire and interview a classmate.
In this lesson, students create their personal notice board and interview another student about theirs.
In this lesson, students will talk about preferences and write sentences about themselves.
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