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Decide whether you would support the other group's ideas and whether any are illegal or immoral. Mark the list accordingly and return it. In your groups, choose your favourite money-making idea and make a list of arguments to persuade someone to go into business with you as a partner.

Inventors In pairs, invent an object — the stranger, the better — which you think will be useful to people. Make some sketches and write a brief description to explain it, e.

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This is a pedal- powered computer that will give you exercise while you work. Team up with another pair. Each pair takes turns to play the role of the bank managers. Try to persuade the bank managers to lend you the money to produce your invention. Hard sell In pairs, think of arguments to persuade people to buy these objects, e.

Sayings In small groups, discuss what these sayings mean. Do you agree or disagree?

You Can't buy love. Property is theft. Money talks.

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Time is money. He who pays the piper calls the tune. Money is the root of all evil. I Tell the rest of the class some money sayings from your country. Monologues Mini-presentations You each have one minute to talk about the topic I give you.


You must not hesitate, repeat words or deviate from the topic. If you do, another student can challenge you and take over the topic. Whoever is talking at the end of the minute gets a point. You can relax the rules by, for example, only banning repetition of nouns, or giving the talker two lives. Take turns to talk about the topic I give you for twenty seconds, without stopping.

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Keep talking Take turns to continue these monologues for as long as possible up to a maximum of three minutes. In pairs, take turns to read out your openers. Your partner has to respond in a convincing way, e. A — I didn't know you could knit. B — Knitting Oh well, it's just a scarf. Nothing complicated. Here are some possible openers. He's an absolute angel. I didn't know you did Tai Chi. Have you caught any fish yet? You never told me you had a pet tarantula.

Speech A In small groups, take turns to make a short speech as one of these people.


Explain how the teams take turns to place their mark — a nought or a cross — in a square of their choice, the winner being the first to create a straight line of three squares in any direction. Take turns to choose a square. To win it you have to talk about the topic in that square for twenty seconds. In groups of three, have a conversation. Each of you should try to turn the conversation towards your topic. Are there similar types of paper in your country? What political views do different newspapers have in your country? Freedom from the press Tell me a few celebrities who are always in the news.

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What kinds of things are written about them? In groups, write some typical headlines, e. The wedding photos they tried to ban! In the same groups, discuss your opinions about the freedom of the press, and make 1 note of your arguments for and against. How do you think the press should be controlled, if at all?

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    Take turns to come to the board and write up your two most interesting questions. Choose one each and survey the class, then report back, e. Compare your list with another pair. In groups, make notes about the differences in how the story is covered. In pairs, brainstorm some sections of a daily paper. Invite students to form small groups if they wish.

    Your articles can be about other students in class, or the teachers. Look for some magazine photos to use, too. In a few weeks we will all put our work together. You'll need glue and scissors for this part. If the students have the IT skills, they can compile the paper on computer. In the next lesson, work in small groups and explain why you like or dislike them.

    Try to identify the persuasive techniques used by advertisers. As a group, choose your favourite advert. Conversation 27 Answer these questions about UK politics. What are the main political parties in the UK? Who are the leaders of the opposition? What does MP stand for?