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  1. jpbruce

    Hi! I liked this lesson a lot, my students got into the topic and it promoted a lot of discussion. I’d just say that on slide 11-13 the options are 1,1,1 which makes it a little confusing and the answers seem to come up in a strange order – the concept checking question answers first then the multiple choice. Perhaps you could change this? Thanks!

    1. Ewa

      Thanks, Bruce!
      The questions are answered first to help students decide which answers (1, 2 or 3) are correct. I would say the questions are scaffolding that helps students understand what aspect should be used in each sentence.
      And sorry about the numbering issue – it’s fixed now.

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