Formal class discussions.
Each group to give their opinion with the subtopics, the groups can either have one student give the group's opinion or each student in the group can break down the opinion. It's up to them how they want to do it and also based on their levels
Description: students are given a couple of choices of opinions to choose from with each topic.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Description: to give their opinions about relationships and why people fall in love.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Description: dealing with friendship turned bad, and what would they do.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Description: these topics are about advertising and how it affects our lives and discuss with the class what their opinion is.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Description: topics based on discrimination such as stereotyping and racism.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Description: topics based on what people assume happiness is, and discuss whether some things do make one happy or not.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Description: the do's and don'ts about using your mobile phone.
Aim: giving reasons for their opinions.
Open class discussions.
Students to give their opinions freely and discuss as a whole class.
Description: discussing what students are afraid of.
Aim: volunteer themselves to discuss openly and freely
Description: warm up discussion for waying up the negatives and the positives.
Aim: for warm ups.
Description: topic is about punishing your child, is spanking a child really abuse or not.
Aim: volunteer themselves to discuss openly and freely
Description: topic is based on how men and women are seen in society.
Aim: volunteer themselves to discuss openly and freely.
Description: dtiscussing how they're similar or not similar to their parents.
Aim: volunteer themselves to discuss openly and freely.
Description: what is their preference in certain situations.
Aim: discussing and comparing answers.
Group debates.
Debates between two groups at a time to see who is stronger.
Description: discussing politics is difficult and complicated, and this is based on an issue in Australia.
Aim: to introduce political debating.
Description: to choose their own side based on their choice and opinions.
Aim: to debate freely.
Description: political debate based on conservatives and liberals.
Aim: to debate the opinion they are given.
 
Students vs teacher.
Students have to argue against you and to see how well the can debate against you.
Description: introduction to discrimantion and the effects of prejudice.
Aim: to give their arguement against discrimination.
Student interaction.
Students take control of the class as if they are teachers. Each group has to present their topic and interact with the class with questions.
Description: in this project students have to give questions to other students.
Aim: getting students to control a discussion.
Description: this project the students discuss by asking questions about the effects of material possesions have on society.
Aim: getting students to control a discussion.
Mixed projects
Projects with mixed activities.
Description: various discussion activities based on moving to a new city.
Aim: describing their home town on a personal level, rather than discussing about major tourist attractions.
Description: various discusion topics on describing their taste in music.
Aim: to describe why they like the music they listen to.
Description: various discussion topics about hairstyles.
Aim: to discuss what hairstyles suit each other.
Projects in PDF file format
These projects include images so they're in PDF format. All you need is Acrobat reader on your computer to download them.
Description: to discuss the reasons why people will rebel against the conformity of society with strange hairstyles and piercings.
Aim: volunteer themselves to discuss openly and freely.
 
Description: to discuss about the environment and technology.
Aim: volunteer themselves to discuss openly and freely.
 
 
 
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