Describing photos (comparing, contrasting and speculating) You are going to practise language for; Describing photosComparing and contrasting photos (discussing similarities and differences)Speculating on what might be happeningReacting to photos (giving opinions) Discuss Look at the presentation.
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Odd one out. Personal tales from the edge of life. The most popular talks of all time. Pay it Forward - Are you ready to do the world a favour? Pay It Forward - Acts of Kindness - Boomerang Effect. Pay It Forward. Discussion Questions 1.
When Trevor first presents his Pay-It-Forward plan—as a way to change the world for the better—many dismiss it. Why? What does their dismissal say about Trevor's plan and what does it say about those wrote it off? Would you have dismissed Pay-It-Forward? Pay It Forward - Acts of Kindness - Boomerang Effect. Pay It Forward (Grade 9) Anticipatory Set:Ask the students todescribe someslogans on banners orposterthey have seen that raise awareness about an issue or challenge others to do something good (related to education, the environment, health, poverty and hunger, or world peace, or civil rights).
Examples: "All People Are Created Equal" or "Recycle" or "Good Planets are Hard to Find" or "Read a Good Book. " Talk aboutwhether clever sayings or simplestatementsget their attention more. Ask whether abanner orposteris an effective way to teach others about issues. Why or why not? Introduce the theme of the day: Paying It Forward.Paying it forward, also known as serial reciprocity, refers to when people repay the service they receive bypassing it on to someone else. Pay It Forward: Young Readers' Edition — Catherine Ryan Hyde. The Pay It Forward: Young Readers' Edition is pretty exciting, I think!
In August of 2014, Simon & Schuster released Pay It Forward: Young Readers' Edition. It's the same book as the original, but edited down (by me) to a G rating. Pay it forward: free downloadable lesson. A new free downloadable lesson about the concept of ‘pay it forward’, incorporating reading, speaking, video, grammar and writing.
ELT Resourceful – Pay it Forward-Pre-Int level ELT Resourceful – Pay it Forward-Intermediate ELT Resourceful – Pay it Forward-Upper Int level This lesson starts with a short reading text about a recent event at a coffee shop in Canada, where some-one’s kindness in paying for the person behind them led to 288 people passing on the favour to the next in line. The lesson then uses the video above (no words, just music) to extend the idea, before focusing on defining relative clauses. 60 Selfless Ways to Pay It Forward.