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What do you stand for?

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This C1 Mediation Exam Task is ideal to work on the topic of social issues and personal identification, as well as to train Intralinguistic Written Mediation.

Students have to read an article and extract the relevant information to justify a written proposal.

In this unit, students work on several Mediation Strategies and Microskills, like

  • Taking notes
  • Adapting the message for a given purpose
  • Selecting the relevant information
  • Rephrasing
  • Drawing conclusions
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