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L14 WHO’LL BRING DESSERT?

What to bring to class: • Table tents / paper to write student name or name tags • Hand mirror to show mouth shape for Pronunciation section • Real objects for vocabulary items • Markers and poster sheets for Activity Idea in Activity K • The Immigrant Guide to supplement the Culture Tip conversation • Pronunciation Fun to supplement the pronunciation activities

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By the end of the lesson, students will be able to: • Talk about events and basic planning

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Teacher notes: Use the following suggested definitions for the vocabulary that may be challenging to explain for 3L students: • centerpiece - an object or decoration in the middle of the table

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Warm-up: Greet students. Practice the material from last class by asking a few questions using the grammar and vocabulary. Review homework from last lesson. Listening Track 16

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A: Hey Bria. Did you know it’s Taylor’s birthday this weekend? Bria: Really? We should have a party! A: Yeah – that’s a great idea. Okay, let’s see…Whose house can we use? Bria: Dina has a big living room and a nice backyard. Let’s ask if we can use hers. A: Great. So, we just need to order food, send invitations and make decorations. Bria: My cousin makes great pizzas. I’ll order the food from him. He’ll give us drinks with them too. A: Nice! I’ll sent out invitations and make some decorations. Bria: Perfect. I’ll bring a dessert and we can all help clean up after the party. A: Sounds like a great plan!

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