Deltion College Engels B2 Gesprekken voeren [Edu/009] thema: ‘We’d better go to…’ can-do : kan in vertrouwde situaties actief meedoen aan discussies over.
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SBU: 3 End products: a. conversation/debate (approx. 15 minutes) b. list of vocabulary Needed: internet, dictionary cassette recorder, Digilab or a teacher for a final assessment
Je hebt deze opdracht naar behoren uitgevoerd als je actief kunt deelnemen aan de gevoerde discussie en hierin je keuze kunt uitleggen en ondersteunen. Je grammatica is redelijk correct en je hoeft maar weinig naar woorden te zoeken.
Situation You are in London, in the cafetaria of the Tate Modern. It is 5.30 p.m. You would like to go to a film with a group of international students. The only problem is: which film to pick? In the Tate you can consult the website of Time Out, London’s guide to everything that’s on; and then, of course, it’s a matter of discussion – should it be a thriller, an action film or rather something romantic… But will you have enough time to get to the cinema for the evening performance?
Assignment - instructions Find out which films are on by clicking here: here: Search for a film that appeals to you. Make notes about a) its contents. b) the actors. c) in which cinema this particular film is shown (consult ‘map’ - The Tate Modern is near Tower Bridge Station or Southwark Tube Station). d) at what time the film starts. e) Find out how you can get from the Tate Modern to the cinema of your choice.
1)Make notes of words you will need to describe the film of your choice. 2)Write them down in the form of a word web (see below). 3)Look up the Dutch translation in a dictionary, if necessary. …
Assignment for 4-6 students teamwork no roleplay Tip: memorize the expressions on the next page
Useful expressions Agreeing "I think you're right." "I agree with you." Strong agreement "I couldn't agree with you more." "You're absolutely right." "I agree entirely." "I totally agree." Agreeing in part "I agree with you up to a point, but..." "That's quite true, but..." "I agree with you in principle, but..."
Disagreeing "I'm not sure I agree with you." "(I'm afraid) I don't agree." "(I'm afraid) I disagree." "(I'm afraid) I can't agree with you." "(I'm afraid) I don't share your opinion." Note that when you disagree with someone, you can often sound more polite by using a phrase such as "I'm afraid..." Disagreeing strongly "I don't agree at all." "I totally disagree." "I couldn't agree with you less. ” Now click here and do the grammar exercise!here
Assignment – instructions cont. 1. Now have a discussion about which film you should go to. 2. When you carry out this assignment for an exam mark, you are NOT ALLOWED to read from a piece of paper! So memorize difficult words and phrases. 3. Then, it may be important to find out if there are still seats available and if you can make it on time to the film of your choice…So, discuss this practical point, too, when carrying out this assignment. Click here to go back to the beginning