Read the question: “Can words be weapons?”. Drag the words related to “words” in the first category and those related to “weapons” in the second one.
Fill in the blanks with these words to reformulate the question.
and might never be
. So you'd better be
and choose words
Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.
React. Are you passive or proactive?
Act. Do you think twice before you speak?
Act and react
Why use the imperative?
Check with this table what you already know.
Today, can you...
You should / shouldn't
share your opinion?
Do you have
Observe and listen
A girl like her, directed by Amy S. Weber, 2015.
Associate the words with the correct character of the picture.
Character on the left
Character on the right
Find synonyms and antonyms of “evil”.
Listen to the audioguide and fill in the blanks.
The audioguide to the movie poster
It's a for the American movie A Girl Like Her directed by Amy S. Weber. [...] The film tells the story of a student, Jessica, who's being by her friend, Avery, one of the most girls in her school. [...] Avery has , a public one and a and more discreet one.
Choose the correct answer.
a) The girl looking down is everybody's dreamgirl. (Right. / Wrong.) b) The girl looking straight is the “girl like her”. (Right. / Wrong.) c) This story is based on a true story. (Right. / Wrong.)
Let's have fun
Listen to the song. Note the silent letter in “knives”, “swords” and “knocked”.
Knives → Swords → Knocked →
Write down the words related to violence.
Think of another sound like fingernails on a chalkboard, which really irritates you.
Taylor Swift, “Mean”
You, with your words like knives And swords and weapons that you use against me You have knocked me off my feet again Got me feeling like a nothing You, with your voice like nails on a chalkboard Calling me out when I'm wounded
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