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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Don't Judge Too Quicky: Man walking his dog

 Use this scene as an oral prompt or a writing task prompt.  

Materials: short silent video (33 seconds)
Level
: students need to be able to explain the story in the past. This can be done using simple past or compound tenses, depending on the level of students

If you want to practise the future, stop the video when the man  drops his biscuit  and students can predict the end of the story.
Useful vocabulary Biscuits/cookies, paper bag/wrapping, dog's pooh = dog's poop= faeces / ˈfiːsiːz/, dog's leash,  bench
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