Task-Based Lesson: How to Write Formal and Informal Emails

How to Write Formal and Informal Emails

How to Write Formal and Informal Emails

Vocabulary

  • Reply
  • Reply to all
  • Delete
  • Forward
  • Email Address
  • From
  • To
  • C.C (Carbon Copy)
  • BCC (Blind Carbon Copy)
  • Subject
  • Attachment
  • Send
  • Open
  • Links
  • Address Book
  • Compose
  • Write
  • Inbox
  • Draft
  • Contacts
  • Recipient
  • Senders
  • Subject
  • Folders

 

 Key Phrases

Starting and Finishing Emails

Formal and Informal

Lesson Plan – How to Write Formal and Informal Emails

Schema Activation

  1. Students make groups of 3, they are given paper strips that have
    • Salutations
    • Ways to close an email
    • Giving bad news
    • Giving good news
    • Friendly Ending
  2. Students classify the different expression into categories

 

Pre-Task

Task #1

  1.  Students are given two emails and they have to  put them in the right order so the email makes sense
  2. Students highlights the expressions useful in the examples

Task #2

  1. Students are given an email, they have to read it  and analyze the question in it
  2. They have to write a reply to that email

Task #3

  1. Students are given an email someone wrote.
  2. They have to read the  email and identify the mistakes that it has
  3. They have to re-write the email

Task

  1. Students are gonna write a formal and Informal Emails

Post-Task

Students  are going to answer a quiz with questions related to formal and informal emails

 

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