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1: Activity A Students read about 6 friends to invite. They all have different tastes and preferences (ex. food, music). You have to seat them around a table and explain why you placed each person in each seat.

2: Activity B Teacher initiates discussion about food and dinner parties. Teacher asks Ss to get into groups. Ss discuss their favorite food and why dinner parties can be fun.

3: Picture Prompted Writing - Tell students to look at a picture and write what comes to their minds. - They should write at least six sentences, but the maximum is ten. - Tell students to look at a picture and write a short story about who they are and why they are there.

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Lourdes Roman
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  • Title: Critical Thinking
  • Critical Thinking Reaching the Highest Standards Identification Practice - Working with Real Tasks & Activities Activity A Students read about 6 friends to invite. They all have different tastes and preferences (ex. food, music). You have to seat them around a table and explain why you placed each person in each seat. Activity B Teacher initiates discussion about food and dinner parties. Teacher asks Ss to get into groups. Ss discuss their favorite food and why dinner parties can be fun. Picture Prompted Writing - Tell students to look at a picture and write what comes to their minds. - They should write at least six sentences, but the maximum is ten. ...moreCritical Thinking Reaching the Highest Standards Identification Practice - Working with Real Tasks & Activities Activity A Students read about 6 friends to invite. They all have different tastes and preferences (ex. food, music). You have to seat them around a table and explain why you placed each person in each seat. Activity B Teacher initiates discussion about food and dinner parties. Teacher asks Ss to get into groups. Ss discuss their favorite food and why dinner parties can be fun. Picture Prompted Writing - Tell students to look at a picture and write what comes to their minds. - They should write at least six sentences, but the maximum is ten. - Tell students to look at a picture and write a short story about who they are and why they are there. less
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