A message to Italy

A message
to Italy
Internationalization at home project
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time-iconLesson duration is: 90 min

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A message
to Italy
Internationalization at home project

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Difference between formal and informal speaking? 10 min
New test date: The test is on the 28th of March
Project: Writing a letter to a student from Rome. 40 min
Check your neighbor's work: look for spelling and grammatical errors. 10 min 
Present Perfect: 30 min

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We are partaking in an internationalization at-home project with a school in Italy. 
They expect to recieve our letters by March 14th which is why you must hand in your assignments on time. 

Internationalization project

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What do you remember about the differences between formal and informal writing?

Slide 4 - Open question

Slide 5 - Slide

What is a common feature of formal writing style?
Frequent use of emojis and exclamation marks
Avoidance of contractions like 'don't' or 'can't'

Slide 6 - Quiz

When is it appropriate to use informal language in writing?
When writing a school essay or report
When communicating with close friends or family

Slide 7 - Quiz

What is a characteristic of formal writing?
Using slang and abbreviations
Use of complete sentences and proper grammar

Slide 8 - Quiz

Which of the following is an example of informal writing?
Texting your friends about weekend plans
Writing an email to your teacher about homework

Slide 9 - Quiz

Would you like to work abroad?

Slide 10 - Poll

Have you ever been to Italy?

Slide 11 - Open question

You will write a letter to a student from Rome.

In this letter, you will introduce yourself and ask the italian student questions. Come up with at least five questions to ask the student.
 For more information let´s look at the assignment. 
Is this a formal or informal letter?

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What happens after you have written your letter.

Step one: swap your letter with your neighbor and check for grammatical and spelling errors.
Step two: Correct your letter.
Step three: email your letter to the teacher.
Step four: We will receive letters from the italian students and reply by making videos which we will send back.

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