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Describing pictures in English class

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  • 1. Describing pictures in English class
  • 2. How to do it… 1. First steps The picture was taken in/by… It shows… It´s a coloured/black and white picture.
  • 3. 2. What and where In the foreground/background there is… In the foreground/background you can see… In the middle/centre there is/are… At the top/At the bottom there is/are… On the left/right there is/are… Between… and… there is/are… Behind/In front of… you can see…
  • 4. 3. Who is doing what? Talk about what people are doing in the picture Talk about what is happening just now (e. g. Students are singing in the classroom )
  • 5. 4. Your opinion. What do you think about the picture? It seems as if…/maybe… The boy (e.g.) seems to… It might be a symbol of… The atmosphere of… is… I like/don´t like the picture because… It makes me think of…
  • 6. Well… let´s review! Describe the following pictures
  • 7. On the left In the middle On the right
  • 8. In the background In the foreground
  • 9. At the top At the bottom
  • 10.
    • In the foreground
    • In the background
    • At the top
    • At the bottom
    • In the middle
    • On the right
    • On the left
  • 11. Now… Your turn!
  • 12.
    • A typical red bus (Double decker bus)
    • The Houses of Parliament (London)
  • 13.
    • To fish
    • River
    • Net
    • Curious people
  • 14.
    • Clothing
    • Look
  • 15.
    • Bell tower
    • Leaning tower (Pisa, Italy)
  • 16. Finally… no clues. Think of all vocabulary that you know about the topic… Do a list. Put into practice the four steps that you have studied…

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