Review personality adjectives & crossword
Discuss class representatives for student council
Presentation techniques using Mark’s spidergram
Sylwia’s Prezi presentation/Ana’s presentation
neither & either – story example:
Did you watch the football or Coronation Street last night?
I watched neither of them. I was out at the pub.
Child – I want an ice cream and a bar of chocolate
Parent – You can’t have both you’ll be sick! Which one do you want?
Child – Ice cream and chocolate! Please!
Parent – No. You can have either chocolate or ice cream. You have to choose.
Child – Ok, chocolate ice cream, please.
1. Pick 8 words from the personality & character traits list to describe you – underline them.
2. Pick 8 words that describe your partner and circle them.
3. Pick 8 words that describe neither of you and put a cross next to it.
4. Explain your decisions to your partner. “I think that you are smart because…. ” “I believe that I am because …” “I don’t think either of us are …”
5. How accurate are your partner’s guesses? What personality traits do you have in common?
Exam presentation practice:
Student A – “Celebrities are a bad example for young people.”
Student B – “It is schools’ responsibility to teach children respect.”
swot verb [I]
UK /swɒt/ US /swɑːt/ (-tt-) UK informal orchild’s word
swot noun [C]
UK /swɒt/ US /swɑːt/ (plural -tt-) UK informalor child’s word
cyberbully noun [C]
UK /ˈsaɪ.bəˌbʊl.i/ US /-bɚ-/
anorexia nervosa noun [U]
UK /æn.əˌrek.si.ə.nəˈvəʊ.sə/ US /-nɚˈvoʊ-/(informal anorexia)
› a serious mental illness in which a person does not eat, or eats too little, often resulting in dangerous weight loss :Reports of anorexia and other eating disorders are on the increase.
bulimia noun [U]
UK US /bʊˌlɪm.i.ə/ /-ˈliː.mi-/
conceit noun (PRIDE)
plagiarize verb [I or T]
(UK usually plagiarise) UK /ˈpleɪ.dʒər.aɪz/ US /-dʒə.raɪz/
neither determiner, pronoun, conjunction, adverb
UK /ˈnaɪ.ðər//ˈniː-/ US /-ðɚ/