In this C1 Speaking Worksheet students talk about Online Communication, its Risks, and the Challenges it poses.
Students are introduced to C1 Grammar contents like Double Comparatives and Inversions. All the C1 contents in this section come with level C1 examples so you can see them in action.
In the section Fixed & Common Phrases, we look at different C1 Online Communication concepts, like «unfriend», «defriend», «unfollow», and some more.
Some phrasal verbs are given to help them express their ideas more accurately, together with C1 vocabulary to speak about online communication at level C1.
Some super up-to-date social media phrases are also provided.
This C1 speaking activity includes speaking questions to get your students talking, so they integrate all the C1 contents in the worksheet while they speak. The C1 Conversation Questions in this section help organize either a presentation or an interaction with ease, grace, and flow, taking out the added stress of not knowing what one should be using at C1 level Online Communication.
You can also download the teacher and student feedback templates at the bottom of the downloads box. With them, you will be able to give your students well-structured individual feedback to take home in every lesson.
You can learn more about our Feedback Method in this video:
And there’s something else that’s new too!!
From now on, all Speaking Worksheets have a new design, so students have space for notes on the B-side, below the questions for the Speaking Task.
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