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The future of social media?
P.174
Activity 4


The future of social media?






DIFFERENTIATION

Watch the video.
Then, click on your path!

A
or
B

Workbook p. 88
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PATH
A


1-A
Observe the characters’ behaviour. What strikes you?

2-A
What do they all do? Why?

3-A
How does their behaviour make you feel? Why?

Useful vocabulary: It must be because…
Every single character…
Throughout the scene, I felt…
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PATH
B


1-B
Listen to the way the characters speak to each other. What strikes you?

2-B
What do they all do? Why?

3-B
How do their voice make you feel? Why?

Useful vocabulary: This points to the fact that…
The one thing they all do is…
It made me feel…

Let's talk this out!

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MEDIATION

Share your findings with your classmates.

4
What does it warn us against?

5
Do you think it is realistic? Why or why not?

Toolbox

Toolbox
  • craving /ˈkrεɪvɪŋ/ for attention (exp.)
  • looks are deceiving /dɪˈsiːvɪŋ/ (exp.)
  • emptiness (n.)
  • facial expression (n.)
  • vanity (n.)
  • be fooled by ≠ see through /ˈθruː/ something (v.)

Grammar in progress

Les réponses courtes

Quand une question entraîne une réponse par oui ou par non, il est possible d’utiliser une réponse courte qui reprend l’auxiliaire de la question.
Ex : Is it great? Yes, it is / No, it isn't." / "Are you sure? Yes, I am. / No, I am not." / "Do you like it? Yes, I do. / No, I don't.



Exercices p. 176 Précis grammatical p. 284

Let's learn!

Class survey

Write three sentences about the dangers of new technologies. Read one to the class, the students who agree will put their hand up. Who will share your fears?


Over to you!

I have a rebuttal!

Let’s use what you have learnt in and / or in !

As a Harvard student taking the Emerging Technologies and Ethics class, you participate in a debate on the benefits and drawbacks of new technologies. Prepare five arguments in favour and five against them. Oppose your classmates’ arguments online!



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