1. Show the pictures to the student. Tell the student that all of these pictures are a part of a presentation. Ask the student to think of the possible topic of the presentation
and make at least three guesses. Write the ideas down.
2. Ask the student the following questions:
- Are you creative?
- When is it important to be creative? Give examples.
- What jobs demand creativity?
Is it important to be creative in the following jobs:
- firefighter (yes, sometimes firefighters should solve the problem in critical situations);
- teacher (yes, to make lessons interesting);
- lexicographer, a person who makes dictionaries (no, they just write the words down and don’t make them; the answer is in the video)?
3. Follow the link.
Watch the video. Check the student’s answers to the questions in Task 1.
The pictures illustrate different ways of making new words.
4. Copy the cards with the words and show them to the student. The words on the cards with small letters are the examples for each way of making new words. The words on the cards with capital letters are the names for each way of making new words.
Ask the student to place them under the correct picture.
Watch the video again and check the answers.
- Picture 1 — D — b;
- Picture 2 — E — a;
- Picture 3 — F — d;
- Picture 4 — A — c;
- Picture 5 — B — f;
- Picture 6 — C — e.
5. Ask the student to think of any examples for each category. The student can use Ukrainian examples of words borrowed from English. If the student can’t
think of any, move to the next task.
6. Read the following statement made by the speaker: “Every language is just a group of people who agree to understand each other”.
Ask the student to share if he/she agrees with the statement and if any language could be used as long as people understand each other. Help the student
to express his/her attitude towards a language as a tool of communication.
1. What do these pictures refer to?
4. Match the words to the pictures.
bulldoze, edit, burgle
Stealing from other