BOOK PRESENTATIONS 1B1 (1B1)

  • WHAT DO YOU USUALLY READ IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE?
  • WHAT CAN YOU READ IN ENGLISH?
    GRADED READERS   LEVEL 3 (1.000-1200 words)

all-levels

  • WHAT ENGLISH WORDS OR PHRASES DO YOU NEED TO TALK ABOUT A BOOK? Let´s make a list together !!!!

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CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO LISTEN TO MY VOICE

DO YOU WANT TO FEEL LIKE A TV STAR? USE CUEPROMPTER TO REHEARSE YOUR PRESENTATION

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reminder

  • THERE IS A TIME LIMIT ( ABOUT 3.30 MINUTES) .YOU CAN TALK FOR 5 MINUTES BUT NOT FOR 10… IF YOU DO, I WILL HAVE TO STOP YOU. (NOT EVERYBODY WILL HAVE TIME AND I ALSO NEED A REST).

  • YOUR CLASSMATES ARE YOUR AUDIENCE, SO DON´T ABUSE OF NAMES OF CHARACTERS AND COMPLICATED RELATIONSHIPS. IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT THAT THEY CAN FOLLOW YOU.

          IF YOU USE DIFFICULT VOCABULARY, EXPLAIN AT THE BEGINNING.

  • IT´S A SPEAKING TEST. YOU CAN USE YOUR NOTES BUT YOU CAN´T READ.

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Posted on November 29, 2016, in GOTTA READ IT and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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