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What does reading on screens do to our brains?

- Worksheet made in collaboration with Emma Heyderman -


Topics: General English - reading - reading habits and preferences


Level: B2 and above


Skills: Listening, Speaking and Writing.


Aims:

  • To talk about reading habits and preferences.

  • To discuss the benefits of reading.

  • To make predictions before watching a video.

  • To listen for gist and for detail.

  • To develop listening decoding skills.

  • To express opinion and reaction.

  • To make a visual presentation on the topic.

  • To write an opinion essay on the topic.

  • To reflect on the lesson objectives and outcomes.


Focus on language & pronunciation:

  • To use Present Simple to talk about reading habits and preferences.

  • To use Second conditional to talk about hypothesis and unreal situations.

  • To learn / review some vocabulary related to the topic.

  • To learn / review collocations with prepositions.

  • To learn / review weak forms and connected speech.


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Hi Silvina,

Last month I used 'What does reading on screens do to our brians?' during an intensive course with Secondary teachers. The teachers found the materials really interesting and so did I! I just want to say thank you for sharing. I 'll certainly keep a look out for what you write in the future and will recommend it to others! It's a great site with interesting resources. Congratulations! 😍

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