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Describing people - ESL adult and kid conversation classes

Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
Describing people  - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
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This presentation contains a 59 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format with 2 work papers that accompany the lesson.
Face description is a fascinating thing. Every time I watch a program where a witness is asked by a detective to describe a person that they’ve seen at a crime scene, I marvel at their ability to do it so accurately. I’m not even sure I’d be able to describe my neighbors face to someone, let alone a face I’ve seen for a split second under duress. Facial features are important, as they form our first impression about people, and determine who we imagine them to be (mostly we get it terribly wrong).
This lesson includes:
- Describing mug shots to a ‘police composite artist’.
- What science has to say about prominent features in our faces
- Putting faces to a list of profession. (The list includes black and white photos of some very famous and infamous people in far and recent history, that give off all the wrong impressions about the people they portray )
…watch your students giggle, as they keep getting it very…very… wrong.
This lesson is part of a four-lesson series which includes:
‘Describing things’, ‘Describing people’, ‘Describing places’ and ‘Describing feelings
It’s also sold as a part of a bundle: “learning to describe”
I hope you enjoy this lesson
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This download is appropriate for high school for students in Life skills classes, young students of ESL and adult ESL cultural and conversational classes.
Keywords: ESL, ELL, Vocabulary, Discussion, Language Skills, Communication, conversation, quiz, Describing, debate class, cultural lessons, video, adaptable, activity, emergency, researches, faces, police composite artist’, mug shots , location, culture, concept, success, Face description
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