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Activity to learn more about Crowdfunding, and discuss the reasons to finance projects or not.
useful expressions for discussions in table format, English-German
Giving opinions, expressing regret Revising vocabulary Discussing topic Practising comparative
Participants discuss which aspects might improve the environment and thus, the quality of life
In this activity students discuss what art means to them.
Expressing your opinion, considering other points of view, expressing agreement and disagreement
Discussing where you live and the advantages and disadvantages, using 'ce qui' and 'ce que'
Discussing your house or flat, your living quarters and the area you live in
Making predictions about what will have happened to the environemnt in the future
Discussing careers in politics and getting involved in public affairs
Talking about political movements and parties in France and in the UK
Cette activité donne aux étudiants l’occasion de travailler sur une citation historique qui se trouve en exergue dans leur cours en ligne (Session 1.3): “O Liberté, que de crimes on commet en ton nom...” (Madame Roland, 1754-1793, femme politique et figure de la Révolution française)
Students read excerpts of poems and the tutor encourages some reaction from the in terms of feelings, sounds, message, etc.
A sheet of useful expressions for group discussions. This can be used for prepping students for their oral assessment during tutorials or simply as a resource for students to work with in their own time. Goal is to provide students with vocabulary that will make any group discussion flow better and more naturally.