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  • 1. TALLER 4 OBJETIVOS CONTENIDOS ACTIVIDADES DURACIÓN MATERIALES ALICIA ROLE Entrega de 15’ Cartulina de ejemplos de los colores Entregar tips diferentes Plumones claves en base pasos de ROLE permanentes a la Diarios y /o persuasión revistas U-hu tag Jugar Juegos Jugando en 15’ aprendiendo bases a los diversos actividades de pasos de ROLE ROLE GILDA Roles of a Mostrar 5’ Cartulina de good listener modelos de colores Explicar el role and listening and Plumones. de listener and responding . respond . respond. ( debates ganadores en estos últimos años.) Explicitar o Lista de definir algunos conectores Ejercicios 10’ Data conectores prácticos de DVD para ejercitar conectores la habilidad de listening and responding. Enseñar Ejercicios de Entregar 15’ estrategias de rebuttal. diferentes escuchar, y Diferentes mociones en un como prácticas. plazo de tiempo responder o dado los refutar en un profesores debate deben ejercitar basados en el escuchar y las reglas del como debate responder
  • 2. Unscrambing 30’ Worksheets at CLAUDIA the bottom of Matching con la this page Mostrar Glossary mitad de las ejemplos de 1) key words for definiciones. vocabulario debating Trabajo grupal clave Completing with the correct concept.
  • 3. ACTIVITY 1 T O I M N O C L Y L A A F C I E P S A R O R H N Y E U A E C P M H S S M R U E T A R L T B E P I R M E K E T E
  • 4. ACTIVITY 2 1. A false motion, a statement or an a. …and want to persuade the audience to argument… agree with it. 2. What you do when you respond to the b. …a particular point of view, starting with the other side’s… words “This House.....”. 3. The side who are in favour of the motion… c. …to persuade the audience to disagree with it. 4. The topic for a debate that states … d. …arguments and show why you disagree with them. 5. The side who are against the motion and e. …based on a false or invalid inference. A want … false or mistaken idea. 6. The person in charge of the debate who… f. …and reminds the audience of the main areas of disagreement. 7. A speech that looks back on what happened g. …introduces the speakers and makes sure in the debate … everyone obeys the rules. 1. …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2. …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3. …………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 7. ………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  • 5. ACTIVITY 3 1. ____________________An electronic apparatus that receives such signals, reproducing the images on a screen, and typically reproducing accompanying sound signals on speakers. 2. ___________________ “This house believes that there is no need for full- time treatment staff to help smokers quit when practice nurses and community pharmacists can deliver treatment.” 3. ___________________ "Women are on average not as strong as men and less able to carry a gun. Therefore women can't pull their weight in a military unit." 4. ___________________ “The opposition speakers should then think of arguments to disprove this. The most obvious argument would be that the alternative suggested by the proposition speaker – a system where school pupils could wear their own clothes – would lead to more bullying, as people who could not afford designer labels might get bullied.” 5. ___________________ “Good morning ladies and gentlemen my name is Valeria, my team and I are representing the proposition team and we vehemently agree with the house in that voting should be made compulsory. I am certain that upon hearing our arguments and contentions and rebuttal if those of the opposition you will agree.”