1 Lifelong learning
1a Training • Reading: Predict language; Scan for information (Note and table completion) • Vocabulary: The language of learning; Collocations; Dictionary skills • Speaking: Use a range of tenses; Use a range of vocabulary; Word stress (Part 1) • Listening: Recognise paraphrasing (Section 2: Multiple choice; Select from a list) • Language development: Synonyms; Prefixes; Word formation; Paraphrase sentences • Writing: Structure your answer; Summarise features (Task 1)
1b Testing • Listening: Section 2: Multiple choice; Select from a list • Language development and vocabulary: Tense review; Describe trends • Speaking: Part 1: Talk about studying • Reading: Table completion; Note completion • Writing: Task 1: Describe a line graph
Discuss the questions. 1 How would you define intelligence? 2 What different kinds of intelligence are shown in the photos? How do the people around you show different kinds of intelligence? 3 Do you think intelligence can be measured? How? 4 What different kinds of intelligence can people have? How do the people around you show different kinds of intelligence? 5 In what areas (academic, social, practical, etc.) do you think you are most and least intelligent?
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