PowerPoint 9.11 Class Writing Planning a Party. Pretend that you are Ken. You are calling Alex to have a party. Think what should you say on the phone
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PowerPoint 9.11Class WritingPlanning a Party
Pretend that you are Ken. You are calling Alex to have a party. Think what should you say on the phone.Lets go back to the Text 6.1 first to see how the ideas are organized and presented.
Opening speech on the phone
Hello. May I speak to Sally, please?Hi, Sally. This is Candy. Are you going to talk about our boat trip?Have you gone through the maps and information brochure of the islands?Which island have you chosen?
Candys ideaHow about taking a boat trip to Cheung Chau Island? Its only an hours ferry ride. Its a beautiful island. We can either sunbathe or relax on beautiful Tung Wan beach. There will be the sound of the sea lapping on the shore. I like to hear the sound of waves. What do you think?
Sallys ideaFantastic! It will be even more exciting if we can go on the day of the Bun Festival. There will be more activities and it will be exciting to watch the float procession. Shall I ask Mary if she likes this idea?
Marys ideaHmmm. Not a bad idea. But if you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery, then we should be going to Lamma Island. There are cute little villages like Yung Shue Wan and Sok Kwu Wan for us to explore. Theres a family trail linking these two villages. We can walk along the coastline. If we have enough money, we can even have a good seafood meal.
Sallys ideaGreat! Im also interested in Lantau Island which is the biggest island with very stunning scenery. The hiking trails are popular among hiking teams. If we like, we can have a vegetarian lunch.
ConclusionOh, dear! This is tough. Whose idea shall we choose? How are we going to decide as these three islands are all so wonderful? Its really difficult to decide. Well have to meet with our classmates and put it to a vote. Ill discuss this with Candy.
Closing speechOkay. See you then. Bye!
Class writing: Remember to include the following in the writing:Opening speechYour suggestionYour friends suggestionConclusionClosing speech