invitation cards samples
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Teacher’s Note (Invitation Cards) Objective Pupils are able to write an invitation card. Suggested Teaching Procedures Warm-up Ask pupils if they have had or have been to a birthday party before. Ask pupils how they invited their friends to the party. How to write an invitation card Watch the animation about Nick and his birthday. Introduce the format of an invitation card Help pupils identify the key information that should be included in an invitation card: Who is invited? Why is there a party? When will the party be held? (date and time) Where will the party be held? Who is holding the party? How do you reply? Introduce three sample invitation cards Continue watching the animation about Nick’ birthday party. Choose and click one invitation card. Click to listen for the information in the invitation card. Tell pupils to identify the key features of the invitation card, as noted above. Click Back to read and listen to the information in the other cards. Write an invitation card for Nick (Activity 1) Continue watching the animation about Nick’s birthday party. Tell pupils to pay attention to the details of the party. Ask pupils to complete Nick’s invitation card to Tom by typing the information onto the card. (Ensure pupils complete all the lines.) Click the Hints button to read the information on the calendar again. Click the Print button to print the invitation card. Click the Sample Answer and ask pupils to check their card against the sample answer. Write an invitation card to your friend (Activity 2) Ask pupils to make an invitation card for their birthday party. Have pupils click and choose an invitation card. Ask pupils to type in the information about their party. Tell pupils to read their card by clicking the Preview button. Ask them to print out their card. Have pupils give their card to a friend.