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The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes

The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
The most annoying things - ESL adult and kid conversation classes
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This presentation contains a GREAT 47 slide PowerPoint lesson in editable PPT format with 2 work papers and a teacher’s note, for a 90 min. lesson.
The goal of this lesson is to introduce useful idiomatic phrases to express annoying situations.
ESL students use a very ‘stiff’ and ‘grammatically academically structured’ language – with this lesson, I aim to pull them out of their comfort zone. Some of the sentences they are required to use, are deliberately ‘borderline’ slang, because we’re dealing with situations that call for a demonstration of anger and frustration and therefore merit an ‘explosion’ of feelings.

It includes:
- Audio of annoying sounds,
- The scientific explanation for: ‘why do we get annoyed?’
- the historic explanation and cultural one
- Expressing annoyance, using idiomatic phrases and delivering them with animated frustration
- various irritating situations, asking for an estimation of level of annoyance
- what Americans have rated as “the most annoying things in the world”, and how will each student rate them, based on 4 elements: the subject, its position (in the top 40), their opinion, does it exist and is it just as irritating in their own culture.

a fun lesson that will fly by – I promise!

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.
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Keywords: ESL, ELL, Vocabulary, Discussion, Language Skills, Communication, conversation, quiz, Describing, debate class, cultural lessons, irritation, stress, video, adaptable, activity, annoying, games, social, angry, upset, irritating, job, achievement, situation
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NOTE: When I use an outside source for my lessons, you’ll find the link to the original source (for further reference) Under the slide, in the note section.
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Total Pages
47 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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