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Writing task collaborative writing

  1. 1. Writing task Trip to Brazil!
  2. 2. Introduction You and 2 of your best friends have just won round-trip tickets to Brazil to be in one of Chile´s matches. It is a dream come true. Get prepared for the most exciting trip of your life! There is not time to waste!
  3. 3. Relaxing on paradise
  4. 4. Task - Task 1: Make a list of the things you need to get ready for the trip. At least 10 things. - Task 2: Make a list of 3 touristic places each of you would like to visit and explain why it catches your attention (200 words) - Task 3: Finally, write a group final comment about your expectations of the trip ( 100 words)
  5. 5. Process In your group (3 people) - For task 1, students will all provide ideas to put together the list. - For task 2, students will check each other writing, giving feedback about language use and grammar. - For task 3, students will brainstorm together and write down ideas about their expectations. One will be in charge of writing down. Other checking spelling, grammar and punctuation, the other student will edit the comment.
  6. 6. Links http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazil http://www.visitbrasil.com/visitbrasil/open cms/guardachuva/index.html http://www.touropia.com/tourist- attractions-in-brazil/
  7. 7. Links https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section /1/2/ http://www.smart-words.org/linking- words/transition-words.html
  8. 8. Rubic 4 3 2 1 Content and focus ( places and things chosen) Content is absolutely related to the country and its culture Content is related to the country and its culture Content is related to the country but is not related to its culture Content has no relationship with the country. Organization Information is presented clearly and allows for a high level of understanding. Information is presented clearly and allows for a good level of understanding. Information is presented and some understanding can be gained. Information is not clear, very difficult to understand.
  9. 9. Intention Establish a clear purpose in the goal of the task; develop clearly their ideas showing interest in the task Keep the purpose of the work and develop their ideas, showing interest in the task. It can be seen attempts to follow the purpose of the work; their ideas are a bit confusing. There is not a purpose in the work. Ideas are not clear and there is no interest in the task. Finished task Task presented on due date, with no grammatical mistakes Task presented on due date with some minor grammatical mistakes. Task presented on due date with several grammatical mistakes. Task not presented on due date, shows several mistakes