1. Have the students work together and fill in the speech bubbles in the conversation below. When a word is provided (sail, ships, annoying, to ruin), ask them to use it:
2. The students share their stories with the rest of the class and discuss any differences. This is the perfect time to work on intonation!
3. Play the video and allow some time for personal reactions. Do the students think this is an effective campaign? Why/Why not?
4. The students write one of the following:
You have just watched a road safety campaign encouraging people to wear helmets. Write a report analysing the use of helmets where you live. Make sure you include a series of recommendations.
Would increasing bike lanes be a good idea where you live? Write a letter to a local newspaper explaining your point of view.
Should the minimum legal age for driving a car or a motorbike be increased? Discuss.
Write an essay analysing the different modes of transport where you live, such as walking, cycling, cars, motorbikes and public transportation. Make sure you include issues such as safety, pollution, noise or health.
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