In this B1 lesson, students will learn to correctly use the words ‘affect’ and ‘effect.’ They will watch a video and read about the correct use of the words. They will then go over some exercises so they can practice.
The lesson starts with a discussion about ‘affect’ and ‘effect.’
Video: Affect vs. Effect | Comma Queen | The New Yorker
The student watches a video in which examples of the words are given.
The meanings of affect and effect are explained and a great trick for memorizing the difference between the two is introduced. Next, the student practices correctly using the words.
The student is given several opportunities to practice.
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