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E - stands for 

Engage

100

S- stands for 

study

100

A-stands for 

activate

200

Students write a story about the picture, including dialogue between the sports participants.

Activate

200

Teacher and students look at a picture of a sports event. Students explain what the activity involves, who is participating, what the rules or goals seem to be, etc.

Engage

200

The teacher introduces sporting vocabulary for the students, demonstrating correct pronunciation.

study

300

Students and teacher watch a television interview of a famous athlete or actor/actress. Teacher asks questions about the interview and how the students feel about the interviewer and his/her questions.

engage

300

Students work in pairs, with one student acting as the interviewer and one as the interviewee. Each pair will perform for the class, with the teacher taking notes on some common mistakes.

activate

300

Students will perform another practice interview, using correct grammar and vocabulary.

Activate

400

Teacher shares with students some of the common mistakes from the interviews and asks students to write a sentence that correctly uses each misused vocabulary word or grammar construction.

Study

400

Fill in the blank activity (in pair) Example: I _____ banana. (happy face); I _____ milk (sad face)

study

400

Put a banana, cookie, and bread in a paper bag, walk around the room and invite several students to smell or put a hand inside the bag and feel them (without looking). Ask students “What’s in the bag?”

engage

500

group work to design and describe a character whom they present to the class.

activate

500

show a photo of a character from the video. Can and can’t are used to describe her. The teacher makes sure the students can use the language correctly.

study

500

watch a short video to set the context and raise the learners’ interest.

engage

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