Let's talk it over

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A suggestion of how to start a new module with the 8th form

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<p>Objectives: Checking their work ( Project) Finding out solutions for a specific problem Giving appropriate advice for each problem</p> <p>Personal aim:</p> <p> Encouraging them to work together Finding some solutions for their own problems</p> <p> Procedures:</p> <p> Checking their work. (Project ) [10mn] Speaking: [10mn]</p> <p> Let them give me some examples of pupils problems at school Divide the class into groups: [10mn]</p> <p> Giving them the letters Asking them to read them together In groups again: [10mn]</p> <p> Let them offer 3 pieces of advice for each advice-seeker Presentation : [10mn]</p> <p> Ask them to tell the rest of the class about the problem</p> <p> Offer their helpComments and feedback:</p> <p>........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................</p> <p>Group Session: Lets talk it over! [8th Grade]</p> <p>2010/2011</p> <p>Hello, I hate exams. I dont know whats wrong with me. I dont know how to get good marks. Please help.</p> <p>Mr. Grade.</p> <p>Hello, my parents are too pushy. Its really stressful. Im a hard- working pupil but they are never satisfied with my results. What can I do?</p> <p> Mr. Tired.</p> <p>Well, I dont like school at all. There are loads of rules and exams and a lot of strict teachers. I hate it.</p> <p>Mr. Hate.</p> <p>Well, I dont like the English teacher and of course I hate the English subject, too. I never revise for the English test.</p> <p>Mr. .Englishman</p>