Using the 10 truths assess the differences between
creating a lesson for an adult class versus a young
learner class and give examples.
ADULT CLASS YOUNG LEARNER Give kids a text message version of the postcard- Uses pictures with some form of vocab. writing Model the “I do” – “we do” Bring in pictures- cut and paste Preview by discussing a vacation Working collaboratively- holiday places. Mail a real postcard Role-playing
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