It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice

It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice

Lesson overview

This lesson plan is tailored for students at the Advanced level and aimed at broadening their vocabulary on the theme of politeness. Its goal is to increase their ease with employing “dare” across various situations.


The session kicks off with a choice activity where students pick a book on politeness they’d be interested in reading, and discuss their reasons.


Participants will watch a video named “How to be Warm.” Post-viewing, a discussion session with questions and answers will follow.


Focus here is on gaining proficiency in the application of “dare” within diverse scenarios.


In this part of the lesson, learners will work on sentence restructuring tasks involving “dare,” and categorize behaviors accurately.


Students will read a piece discussing the significance of warmth and politeness, followed by a Q&A session related to the article.


The writing activity involves writing a brief essay entitled “The Invisible Power of Politeness.”


To wrap up, students will formulate sentences to express their fondness for someone, incorporating the lesson’s linguistic elements.



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