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What do you wish for yourself in the new year?

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FOLDER  3: all you need is (modern) love

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Who is the sender of this commercial?

Slide 5 - Mind map

What other dating sites do you know?

Slide 6 - Mind map

Practising conversation skills
Let's see what 'online' dating is all about.
Listen to the instructions and follow them to the letter.

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Important dates!
Write the dates in your diary!

February 24th = Test (probably Folder 3)
March 24th = Test (probably Folder 4)

in progress ...

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Falling in love ...  is hard on the knees
1. Listen to the medley in which five artists cover top love songs from the 1960s till now.

1.1 Which songs do you recognise?
Write down the titles and original performer(s)

You can find the link to the clip in Google Classroom.

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Classical correction
see Scoodle

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Which epic love songs are missing, according to you?

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A match made in heaven or hell?
A match made in heaven, so the saying goes. But sometimes love can be hard to find.
Why not use the Internet for help?

Have a look at the following logos of online dating sites and answer the questions.

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What do you think of the names?

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Why did the company choose this name?

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In what case would you consider an Internet profile to look for your 'significant other'?

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Remember the saying ...
'a match made in heaven'?
This a fixed expression, which is also called 'an idiom'.

Definition of the word: 
A group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words (e.g. over the moon, see the light).

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Why are 'idioms' often difficult for non-native speakers?

Slide 19 - Open question

Exercise 2.2 - wb p. 95
Complete the idioms with the appropriate word from the box.  

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Exercise 3 - wb p. 96
Read the article to learn about the dos and don'ts of online dating.
Mark relevant information.
After reading, you do ex. 3.1 , 3.2, 3.3  and 3.4.

We correct classically.

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Try to fill in the grammar grid.

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Exercises: compound adjectives
Do the following exercises: ex. 3.5 and 3.7

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Which items should be mentioned in an online dating profile?

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What should definitely not be mentioned?

Slide 26 - Mind map

Exercise 4 - p. 102

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Part 2
Reading comprehension
Getting acquainted with scientific articles (and jargon).

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What happens in your brain when you really do have chemistry?

Slide 29 - Mind map

Which hormones play an important part?

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Let's talk science
Read the article on p. 110 in your workbook.
Use the glossary below the text to understand difficult words.
Type in "I'mdonebutnotgone" in the chat.

We will tackle the questions (7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6) together.

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7.1 The frontal lobe is responsible for?

Slide 32 - Mind map

What might be the purpose of this de-activation?

Slide 33 - Open question

Write down the adjectives that are used in the article?

Slide 34 - Mind map

Explain 'love is a drug'

Slide 35 - Open question

Dopamine levels rise / fall, which leads to

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Adrenalin levels rise / fall, which leads to

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Serotonin levels rise / fall, which leads to

Slide 38 - Open question

To overstep the mark (introductory paragraph)
to cross a line
to earn more marks
to lose your judgement
to become irrational

Slide 39 - Quiz

To take leave of your senses ('The Brain in Love')
to say goodbye to good sense
to behave irrationally
not be able to see, smell, feel ...
to have no emotions

Slide 40 - Quiz

To shed light on something ('Out of Control Love')
to steer away from the dark side
to use a torch
to stress something
to make clear

Slide 41 - Quiz

Falling in love ... is hard on the knees (p. 94)
Exercise 2 - Ex. 2.2: vocabulary
Exercise 3 - Ex. 3.5: compound adjectives (p.99: grammar: compound adjectives)
Exercise 6 - Ex. 6.3: different types + vocabulary
Exercise 7 - you can explain love scientifically (see text) + vocabulary.

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Attachment 'Love hurts'
You know the plot and characters.
You are able to analyse excerpts seen in class and situate them in the story.
You are able to situate and analyse an unseen excerpt in the story.
You know the structure of a tragedy and you can link the parts to the play.

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Slide 44 - Video

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Work on your portfolio!
Go to Google Classroom.

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