I Can Extend/Respond to Invitations

Textbook p. 162-164, p. 179

Learning Goals

  • To extend and accept or refuse an invitation


Examples: How would you ask your friend to go jogging? How would you ask a classmate if she feels like going to an internet café? How would you say it's a good idea? How would you say that you're sorry but you don't have the time?

Required Practice

INSTRUCTIONS:

To take the assessment on each skill, complete the point requirement for that skill.

Choose activities that are going to allow you to practice on areas where you need help. Don't just do what is easy for you! Write out activities completely and write down any questions you have.

To ask and respond to an invitation (10 points)
  • provide evidence of studying the words and expressions on p. 163 to learn vocabulary for the weather (5 points)
  • textbook p. 164, Activity 23 - Complete the activity according to the textbook instructions (5 points)
  • I can extend and respond to invitations iMovie submission (5 points)

you must demonstrate proficiency

If understanding of at least a level 3 is not demonstrated on an assessment for any concept or skill, then Mrs. Smith may require more tasks to be completed in order to improve understanding and then retest.

Demonstration of learning

Quiz A- Put the conversation in the most logical order.
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