b Action: – Sit in groups of 4 or 5 and describe your person to the group. – Talk in full sentences. – Use ‘to have’ and ‘have got’ correctly. – Pay attention to your pronunciation. – Before you start, check the Strategy in the Summary on How to be a good public speaker, p. 193. – If you are listening, write down the name of the person you think is being described. Photo Name
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8 – Who knows the most mystery people?
c Reflection: check your speaking by filling in the checklist. Checklist: describing mystery people
1 Content and structure • I described hair, eyes, height and other features. • I was accurate (my partners could guess who it was). 2 Language • I used the verbs ‘have got’ and ‘to have’ correctly. • I used vocabulary to describe looks correctly. • I paid attention to my pronunciation.
3 Presentation • I was confident. • I spoke clearly. • I used good body language.
CHECK 2, p. 201
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