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IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?

IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
IR Should schools avoid selling junk food?
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A ppt can be used for lesson planning, scaffolded for lower grades, elementary or beginner ESLs. Contains activities for reading, listening, writing and speaking. Every paragraph read is a series of slides: pre-reading Qs and As (sentence frames), vocabulary (frontloading) with visuals, Review - match game, use of the words in context - write your own sentences (fill in the blanks), text itself (used for coral reading or listening or both), after reading comprehension Qs and As (sentence frames), using textual evidence. Each paragraph has the same structure (Qs and As, Vocabulary slides, match game, sentences for use in context, text, after reading Qs and As). The last summative assignment is a written assignment - argue your opinion - answer the question "Should schools avoid selling junk food?" - fill in the blanks. There is also a test that can be used as a summative assignment - word document purchased separately.
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36 pages
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