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Create interactive flash postIt tools / games for education Stage 1: Brainstorming Students are asked to identify as many factors as they can to help explain the key question under consideration. These are written into the "PostIts" and dragged around the screen filling the space. Stage 2: Categorisation Next, students work in pairs to come up with three to five headings under which the factors can be categorised. A key is then created so that each category is represented by a different colour.
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Learning English | BBC World Service Can I / could I / may I / might I If you are requesting something for yourself, all of these forms are possible. May and might are considered to be more polite, more formal or more tentative than can and could, but can and could are usually preferred in normal usage. Compare the following: Can I ask a favour of you? ~ Of course you can.
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