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    warm-up/"ice breaker"

    Hi,

    Please give me an interesting warm-up activity for intermediate or upper intemediate levels. I would like that this activity to be connected to literature.



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    Re: warm-up/"ice breaker"

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    Hi,

    Please give me an interesting warm-up activity for intermediate or upper intemediate levels. I would like that this activity to be connected to literature.



    Madox
    Hi Mad

    How are you? Are you studying hard? What about your exam?
    Here are some links and also some ideas :

    A Literature-Based Lesson

    Teaching Literature and Multimedia* - World from Words is Slovenian project that explore the potential of multimedia nad hyper

    English Literature Lesson Plan: Tragedy and the Tragic Flaw in Literature - Associated Content

    Lesson Plan Format

    WARM -UP ACTIVITIES:
    1. Teacher :Hi ! How are you today? -short conversation of relaxation

    2. Teacher : How about studying Shakespeare today?[or any other author you want]. Has any of you ever read or seen a dramatization of one of Shakespeare`s plays? How about Hamlet ? What does the word Hamlet tell you? Is it a man`s name or a girl`s name? Was he English ?

    3. At first try to give each student a sheet of paper with the text[part of the literary text] you want to discuss. The text should be clear but with some obvious[ more or less] grammar mistakes in it so that your students

    Good luck
    Take care

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    Re: warm-up/"ice breaker"

    hi Teia,

    I've sent you a personal message!!!!!!!

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    Re: warm-up/"ice breaker"

    Quote Originally Posted by Mad-ox View Post
    hi Teia,

    I've sent you a personal message!!!!!!!
    Hi

    I received your message and I have already replied to it. More details tomorrow. I have to think more on this problem. I`m sure I`ll come up with new and better ideas after a short{!} night`s rest. It`s almost 2 o`clock in the morning!!

    Take care.

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