Before doing a role-play, it’s a good idea to teach your student some new expressions or grammar that they can practice.
For tact, Lingua House has a great lesson on Being Tactful available free online.
Step 4 Tell students that they are going to watch a short film in which the 2 men appear. Step 5 Tell students they are going to watch the start of the film and that they should answer the following question: What is the character of each man like? Homework Ask students to write a short composition in which they have to describe how the proverb in the last stage can be applied in learning English.
Put them into small groups and ask them the following questions: What do you think the relationship between the 2 men is? Film English remains free and takes many hours a month to research and write, and hundreds of dollars to sustain.
This EFL lesson plan is designed around a beautiful short film by Nuno Rocha called 3 X 3 and the themes of intelligence and persistence.
Students describe a photo, watch a short film and speak about physical appearance, intelligence and persistence.
First, do that lesson with your students (I copied the text onto a worksheet so each student had it on paper, and then we did the listening and exercises together). Off the top of my head, some common strategies for being tactful are as follows: Next, (back to the activity), introduce the idea of a yearly performance review to your class.
Tell them that managers/bosses review the performance of their employees regularly and offer them positive and negative feedback.
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