IELTS: identifying attitudes and opinions

Another ‘making things up as a go along’. This time in my IELTS Teens class.

Topic: Environment and the natural world

Context: We’d just done some vocabulary review / building activities. We’d also dipped into the book for some listening practice – a few activities on ‘identifying attitudes/opinions’. So, we had tonnes of new vocab, plus loads of phrases in a table like this…

Cue Teacher Pete’s random fluency practice, with the aim(s) of developing students’ ability to…

think on their feet see things from different perspectives (whether they agree or not!) justify opinions wake up a bit after coursebook activities

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