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Act and React!
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Act and React!




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Get ready

1
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.
  • fight
  • communication
  • language
  • injury
  • battle
  • war
  • text messages
  • speech
Word Weapon


2
Fill in the blanks with these words to reformulate the question.
  • healed
  • hurt
  • wisely
  • emotionally
  • careful
  • can
  • physically
  • hurt
  • cured
Weapons
people
but wounds
be
whereas words
people
and might never be
. So you’d better be
and choose words
.

3
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?

4
Check with this table what you already know.

Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
give advice? You should / shouldn’t
share your opinion? I think
describe your feelings? I feel
ask personal questions? Are you ?
Do you have
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Observe and listen

<stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp> A girl like her

A girl like her, directed by Amy S. Weber, 2015.
1
Associate the words with the correct character of the picture.

  • Depressed
  • Look down
  • Bullied
  • Look straight
  • Determined
  • Bully
Character on the left Character on the right


2
Find synonyms and antonyms of “evil”.

   

3
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.

4
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.)

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Let’s have fun

1
Listen to the song. Note the silent letter in “knives”, “swords” and “knocked”.

Knives → 
Swords → 
Knocked → 

2
Write down the words related to violence.



3
Think of another sound like fingernails on a chalkboard, which really irritates you.

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Taylor Swift, “Mean”


You, with your words like knives
And swords and weapons that you use against me
You have knocked me off myfeet 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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