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    hello again , this time my request is different , our teacher of oral expression has asked each one of us to bring a debatable topic to discuss about , i presented a topic about modernity vs traditions , the teacher thought my presentation was nice but it did not motivate anyone in the class , they presented :swine flu disease , the impact oe movies on us....and nothing from that seemed to be motivating either , so anyone that can suggest a fun topic that suits 2nd year english student and motivate them ??? so i gain extra marks plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by saddouda View Post
    hello again , this time my request is different , our teacher of oral expression has asked each one of us to bring a debatable topic to discuss about , i presented a topic about modernity vs traditions , the teacher thought my presentation was nice but it did not motivate anyone in the class , they presented :swine flu disease , the impact oe movies on us....and nothing from that seemed to be motivating either , so anyone that can suggest a fun topic that suits 2nd year english student and motivate them ??? so i gain extra marks plz
    I suggest you talk about Fermat's Last Theorem. It is an interesting topic which can lead to many rich discussions. Another interesting subjects could be: "The Golden Ratio", "Gödel's Theorem", "Learning English through Internet Forums" and so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymnisky View Post
    I suggest you talk about Fermat's Last Theorem. It is an interesting topic which can lead to many rich discussions. Another interesting subjects could be: "The Golden Ratio", "Gödel's Theorem", "Learning English through Internet Forums" and so on.
    These are great suggestions. Building on the last one, I'd suggest you talk about the best way to learn English -- watching movies, learning song lyrics, reading Shakespeare, etc..

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    thank you both , i think i'll chose the best way to learn english ; it seems motivating enough since it concerns them

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