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    concept check

    In my current ESL course that I am taking, we are working on Lexis - concept check. How does one generally phrase a "concept check question"? If the phrase "No matter what" is the lexis, how does one phrase a concepot check question to see if the student understands the phrase? Thanks

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    Re: concept check

    "No matter what". Nothing will change so you have to check the students understand this.

    The first question would be. Are we going to do this? With expected answer "yes". Then "Will this change?" and your expected answer is of course "no". After that a couple of "what if?" questions.

    That's what I woild suggest.

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