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Some hints of graphology can be very useful to make a writen composition.

Some hints of graphology can be very useful to make a writen composition.

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  • 1. CHARACTER REFERENCES IES Joan Miró Cornellà de Llobregat
  • 2. Introduction
    • What’s the meaning of Graphology ?
  • 3. Introduction
    • What’s the meaning of Graphology ?
    • Biology
    • Geology
    • Morphology
    • ...
  • 4. Introduction
    • What’s the meaning of Graphology ?
    • It’sthe science that studies people’s handwriting in order to describe their personality
  • 5. Exercise 1
    • Look at the following examples on handwriting
    • Read the descriptions and comments
  • 6. Exercise 1
  • 7. Exercise 1
  • 8. Exercise 1
  • 9. Exercise 1
  • 10. Exercise 1
  • 11. Exercise 1
  • 12. Exercise 1
  • 13. Exercise 2
    • Look at the three examples of handwriting
    • What is each writer like?
    • Use expressions like:
      • X’s LETTER is/isn’t ADJECTIVE
      • X uses/doesn’t use NOUN
      • X uses/doesn’t use ADJECTIVE LETTER
  • 14. Exercise 2
  • 15. Exercise 2
  • 16. Exercise 2
  • 17. Exercise 2
    • Now read the three character references
    • Match each character reference with one of the examples of handwriting
  • 18. Exercise 2
  • 19. Exercise 2
  • 20. Exercise 2
  • 21. Exercise 3
    • The writer sometimes uses nouns and sometimes uses adjectives to describe character
    • Go back to exercises 1 and 2 and underline NOUNS and ADJECTIVES describing personality
    • Use different colour or underlining type
  • 22. Exercise 3
  • 23. Exercise 3
  • 24. Language Summary
  • 25. Language Summary
  • 26. Language Summary
  • 27. Language Summary
  • 28. Exercise 4
    • Now look at the examples of handwriting
    • Choose the right adjective to complete the descriptions i, ii and iii
    • Use the handwriting chart to help you
  • 29. Exercise 5
    • Join the sentences using linking words from the language summary
  • 30. Exercise 6
    • Composition for __ of ______ 2010
    • Write a letter to your mate in which you report your conclusions
    • Now I’ll give you a handwriting sample
    • Use the models:
      • Student’s book page 48
      • Wrorkbook page 115
      • ...
  • 31.  
  • 32. Bibliography
    • Anita Pincas. (1982). Writing English . Unit 1. Macmillan Press.
    • Sylvia Wheeldon and Colin Campbell. Get it right . Student’s book 2 Batxillerat. Oxford University Press
  • 33.