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How to teach advantages and disadvantages- looking at both sides By: Alex Case |Audience: Teachers|Category: Teaching English Asking students to look at both sides and then come to a conclusion is perhaps the most common kind of essay question in EFL, including in IELTS and Cambridge exams. It can also be a good structure for presentations and more informal extended speaking activities. In addition, for debates and discussions students can try to brainstorm both advantages and disadvantages in order to be able to pick a side, predict the other side’s arguments and/ or prepare counterarguments. A lesson on advantages and disadvantages can also be a good way of getting students to look at things from other points of view, something that is a vital intercultural communication skill. Despite all these uses and how common it is to set the task of looking at both sides, very few EFL books have sections specifically on the language of advantages and disadvantages. Classroom presentation of looking at both sides Classroom practice of looking at both sides

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Using cartoons and comic strips Cartoons are powerful teaching tools and can: Tell a complex story in a few imagesProvide comment and provoke thought on events and issues in the newsGive an example of vocabulary related to current trends and fadsProvide easily identifiable characters to form the basis for sketchesShow culture in action with the ways that men or women are behaving and are expected to behaveComment on and illustrate a whole range of issues like racism, teenage relationships, sexism, ageism, family relationships. Word of warning: The language used can sometimes be too colloquial and referential for lower levels to cope with. Choose your cartoons and comic strips with care. 1. Activities for exploiting cartoons Exploring the theme of humour Take one cartoon which depicts absurd situations. Ask students to work in groups and get them to discuss: What does the cartoon mean? Their own sense of humour and national tastes in humour Use a cartoon to introduce the idea of humour and culture. Dealing with issues 2. 3.